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RASHARD KELLY Sr. | F | 6-7 | 227 Fredericksburg, Va.

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ZACH BROWN Sr. | F | 6-6 | 213 Houston, Texas

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C.J. KEYSER So. | G | 6-3 | 185 Baltimore, Md.

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LANDRY SHAMET So. | G | 6-4 | 180 Kansas City, Mo.

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AUSTIN REAVES So. | G | 6-5 |174 Newark, Ark.

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JACOB HERRS Fr. | G | 6-3 | 164 Wichita, Kan.

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BRYCEN BUSH Fr. | G | 6-0 | 152 Wichita, Kan.

| C | 6-8 | 279 24 Sr.Edmond, Okla.

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BRETT BARNEY So. | F | 6-8 | 210 Wichita, Kan.

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MARKIS McDUFFIE Jr. | F | 6-8 | 203 Paterson, N.J.

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SAMAJAE HAYNES-JONES Jr. | G | 6-0 | 177 Wichita, Kan.

DOMINIC OKON Director of Operations 11th Season

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ROD BROWN Fr. | F | 6-6 | 190 Cordova, Tenn.

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KAELEN MALONE Jr. | G | 6-0 | 168 McKinney, Texas

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DARRAL WILLIS JR. Sr. | F | 6-9 | 225 Madison, Wisc.

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ASBJØRN MIDTGAARD Fr. | C | 7-0 | 270 Helsingor, Denmark

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CONNER FRANKAMP Sr. | G | 6-1 | 171 Wichita, Kan.

Coach HC Head 11trh Season

DEVON SMITH Mgr. Player Development 9th Season

GREGG MARSHALL

NICK JONES Video Coordinator 3rd Season


2017-18 SHOCKER MEN'S BASKETBALL FACT BOOK Designed, written and edited by Bryan Holmgren, WSU Assistant Director of Media Relations with assistance from Johnny Obholz, Paul Suellentrop and Mike Kennedy... Cover design by SquidInk... Photography courtesy Jeff Tuttle, Steve Adelson and Dale Stelz, with additional images taken from the WSU Media Relations archives.

SEASON OUTLOOK Quick Facts........................................................................... 4 Roster / Breakdown...........................................................5-6 Schedule.............................................................................. 7 Outlook...........................................................................8-12 PLAYER PROFILES Zach Brown (Sr.)............................................................14-15 Conner Frankamp (Sr.)..................................................16-17 Rashard Kelly (Sr.).........................................................18-19 Shaquille Morris (Sr.).....................................................20-21 Rauno Nurger (Sr.)........................................................22-23 Darral Willis (Sr.)................................................................ 24 Kaelen Malone (Jr.)............................................................ 25 Markis McDuffie (Jr.).....................................................26-27 Brett Barney (So.)............................................................... 28 Landry Shamet (So.).....................................................29-30 C.J. Keyser (So.).................................................................. 31 Austin Reaves (So.)............................................................. 32 Newcomers...................................................................33-34 COACHES & SUPPORT STAFF Gregg Marshall Bio........................................................36-41 Marshall Era Superlatives................................................... 40 Marshall Era Pros...........................................................42-43 Isaac Brown........................................................................ 44 Kyle Linsted........................................................................ 45 Donnie Jones.................................................................46-47 Dominic Okon..................................................................... 47 Support Staff.................................................................48-49 Darron Boatright & John Bardo.......................................... 50 Sports Medicine................................................................. 51 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE About the American......................................................53-55 Composite Schedule......................................................56-57 American Tournament Bracket........................................... 58 2016-17 REVIEW Season Summary & Notes.............................................60-63 Final Statistics...............................................................64-70 Box Scores.....................................................................71-82 Brackets........................................................................83-84 MVC Summary..............................................................85-87 Departing Players............................................................... 88 HISTORY Shocker Basketball History..........................................90-100 Year-by-Year Records....................................................... 101 All-Time Coaches & Assistants...................................102-104 All-Time Roster, Retired Numbers.............................105-108 NBA Shockers............................................................109-111 International Shockers..................................................... 112 National Honors............................................................... 113 MVC Honors..............................................................114-115 Academic Honors............................................................. 116 Team Awards.............................................................117-118 OPPONENTS Shocker Opponent Thumbnails.................................120-124

SERIES RECORDS by Opponent.............................................................126-135 by Conference...........................................................136-137 by Date............................................................................. 138 WSU vs. Nationally-Ranked Teams................................... 139 WSU in the National Polls................................................. 140 Exhibition Games............................................................. 141 Regular Season Tournaments, Etc..................................... 142 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Tournament Results, By Year............................................ 144 Championships................................................................ 145 Single-Game Records....................................................... 146 POSTSEASON All-Time Postseason Results............................................. 148 Record Breakdown........................................................... 149 Single-Game NCAA Tournament...............................149-151 Single-Tournament...................................................151-152 Career NCAA Tournament..........................................152-154 All-Time NCAA Boxes/Summaries.............................155-166 SINGE-GAME RECORDS Season Openers................................................................ 168 Top Varsity Debuts............................................................ 168 Best Season Starts............................................................ 169 Home Openers................................................................. 169 100-Point Games............................................................. 170 Margin of Victory.............................................................. 170 Overtime Games.............................................................. 171 Miscellaneous Team Scoring............................................. 172 Buzzer Beaters................................................................. 173 Team Single-Game........................................................... 174 30-Point Club................................................................... 175 20-Rebound Club............................................................. 176 Individual Single-Game............................................176-177 SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Year-By-Year Team & Opponent Stats........................179-180 Wins, Home & Road Records............................................ 181 Team Single-Season..................................................182-183 MVC, National Leaders..............................................184-185 Individual Single-Season..........................................186-192 CAREER RECORDS Individual Career Records..........................................194-197 1,000-Point Club Bios................................................198-206 FACILITY RECORDS Charles Koch Arena...................................................208-209 INTRUST Bank Arena........................................................ 210 NCAA Tournament in Wichita........................................... 211 ALL-TIME RESULTS Listed Chronologically...............................................213-228 MEDIA WSU Media Relations Staff............................................... 230 Covering the Shockers...............................................230-231 Talent Bios....................................................................... 231 Television Schedule.......................................................... 232


SECTIONWICHITA 2017-18 TITLE STATE MEN’S BASKETBALL QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Name Location Enrollment (Fall 2017) Founded Colors Nickname Mascot Affiliation League Joined Arena (Capacity)

TEAM INFORMATION Wichita State University Wichita, Kan. 15,081 1895 Yellow (Pantone 116) & Black Shockers WuShock NCAA Division I American Athletic Conference July 1, 2017 Charles Koch Arena (10,506)

Dr. John Bardo Cincinnati (‘70) Darron Boatright Murray State (‘98)

HEAD COACH GREGG MARSHALL Alma Mater (Year) Record/Years at WSU Record/Years Overall MVC Record AAC Record Home Record Charles Koch Arena Record

Randolph Macon ‘85 261-90 (.744), 11th Season 455-173 (.725), 20th Season 135-46 (.746), 5 titles 0-0 145-21 (.873) 139-20 (.874)

First Year Total Seasons Overall Record MVC Record (1945-2017) MVC Reg. Season Titles MVC Tournament Titles AAC Record (2017-Pr.) AAC Reg. Season Titles AAC Tournament Titles

Assistant Coaches:

Isaac Brown (4th Year) Kyle Lindsted (3rd) Donnie Jones (1st) Director of Operations Dominic Okon (11th) Manager of Player Development Devon Smith (8th) Video Coordinator Nick Jones (3rd) Graduate Manager John Robert Simon (1st) Athletic Trainer Todd Fagan (12th) Strength Coach Kerry Rosenboom (31st) Directorof Academic Services Gretchen Torline Special Assistant to the HC Ryan Hillard Program Assistant Baylie Stous

SOCIAL MEDIA @goshockers, @goshockersMBB goshockers goshockers

MEDIA Radio Rights Holder SSP Contact Flagship Radio Station Contact Play-by-Play Analysts

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Shocker Sports Properties Mark Rogers, General Manager mrogers@goshockers.com / 316-978-7552 KEYN 103.7 FM Tony Duesing, Programming Manager tduesing@entercom.com Mike Kennedy mikekennedywsu@yahoo.com Dave Dahl (Home) / Bob Hull (Road)

1905-06 112th 1,509-1,175 574-501 11 (1964, ‘65, ‘76, ‘81, ‘83, 2006, ‘12, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16, ‘17) 4 (1985, ‘87, 2014, ‘17) 0-0, 1st Year 0 0

HOME COURT Arena Name Court Name Opened Previous Names

MEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF

Twitter Facebook Instagram

31-5 17-1 (t-1st) 16-1 16-0 0-1 10-1 5-3 12/4 5/0 5

ALL-TIME RECORDS

ADMINISTRATION President: Alma Mater (Year) Athletic Director Alma Mater (Year)

2016-17 Record 2016-17 MVC Record Home Record Charles Koch Arena INTRUST Bank Arena Road Record Neutral Record Lettermen R/L Starters R/L Newcomers

Renovated/Rededicated as CKA Nickname All-Time Record All-Time Attendance Charles Koch Arena Era Record Total Attendance

Charles Koch Arena Devlin Court December, 1955 WU Fieldhouse (1955-64) WSU Fieldhouse (1964-68) Henry Levitt Arena (1969-2003) Fall, 2003 “The Roundhouse” 690-216 7,936,805 188-34 (.847) 2,229,823

POSTSEASON NCAA Appearances NCAA Record Final Fours Regional Finals Sweet 16s NIT Appearances NIT Record NIT Championships CBI Appearances (Last)

14 (1964, ‘65, ‘76, ‘81, ‘85, ‘87, ‘88, 2006, ‘12, ‘13, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16, ‘17) 18-15 2 (1965, 2013) 4 (1964, 65, 81, 2013) 4 (1981, 2006, 13, 15) 12 (1954, ‘62, ‘63, ‘66, ‘80, ‘84, ‘89, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘10, ‘11) 9-12 1 (2011) 1 (2009)

WICHITA STATE MEDIA RELATIONS MBB Contact Office Cell Email Athletics Mailing Address

Bryan Holmgren, Assistant Director 316-978-5535 316-841-6206 bholmgren@goshockers.com 1845 Fairmount Street Box 18 Wichita, KS 67260-0018


SECTIONROSTER 2017-18 TITLE NUMERICAL ROSTER # 0 1 3 4 5 10 11 12 14 20 21 22 23 24 25 32 33

Name Rashard Kelly Zach Brown C.J. Keyser Samajae Haynes-Jones Rod Brown Kaelen Malone Landry Shamet Austin Reaves Jacob Herrs Rauno Nurger Darral Willis Jr. Asbjørn Midtgaard Brycen Bush Shaquille Morris Brett Barney Markis McDuffie Conner Frankamp

Po. F F G G F G G G G C F C G C F F G

Ht. 6-7 6-6 6-3 6-0 6-7 6-0 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-10 6-9 7-0 6-0 6-8 6-9 6-8 6-1

Wt. Cl. 227 Sr. 213 Sr. 185 So. 177 Jr. 190 Fr. 168 Jr. 180 R-So. 174 So. 164 Fr. 232 Sr. 225 Sr. 270 Fr. 152 Fr. 279 R-Sr. 210 R-So. 203 Jr. 171 R-Sr.

Exp. 3L 3L 1L TR HS 1L 1L 1L HS 3L 1L HS HS 3L 1L 2L 2L

ON THE BENCH

Hometown/Previous School(s) Fredericksburg, Va. / Hargrave Military Academy Houston, Texas /Sunrise Christian Academy Baltimore, Md. /Brewster Academy Wichita, Kan. / East HS Cordova, Tenn. / Cordova HS McKinney, Texas / McLennan College Kansas City, Mo. / Park Hill HS Newark, Ark. / Cedar Ridge HS Wichita, Kan. / Andover HS Keila, Estonia / Sunrise Christian Academy Madison, Wisc. / Pearl River CC Helsingor, Denmark / Espergaerde Gymnasium Wichita, Kan. / Goddard Eisenhower HS Edmond, Okla. / Memorial HS Wichita, Kan. / Sunrise Christian Academy Paterson, N.J. / St. Anthony HS Wichita, Kan. / Kansas

PRONUNCIATION KEY

Head Coach: Gregg Marshall (Randolph Macon '85), 11th season at WSU Assistant Coach: Isaac Brown (Louisiana Monroe '95), 4th season Assistant Coach: Kyle Lindsted (Central Christian KS '03), 3rd season Assistant Coach: Donnie Jones (Pikeville '88), 1st season Director of Basketball Operations: Dominic Okon (Loyola Chicago '98), 11th season Manager of Player Development: Devon Smith (Ohio State '00), 8th season Video Coordinator: Nick Jones (Kansas State ‘14), 3rd Season Athletic Trainer: Todd Fagan (Southwestern College '01), 12th season Graduate Manager: John Robert Simon (Wichita State '17), 1st Season

Markis McDuffie (Marcus) Asbjørn Midtgaard (Azz-bYORN MIT-Guard) Rauno Nurger (RON-oh Nerz-SURE) Landry Shamet (like "jam it") Conner Frankamp (FRAN-camp) Darral Willis (like traditional “Darryl”) C.J. Keyser (rhymes with “Riser”) Dominic Okon (Oh-CONE) Devon Smith (De-VAUGHN)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER # 25 5 1 23 33 4 14 0 3 10 32 22 24 20 12 11 21

Name Brett Barney Rod Brown Zach Brown Brycen Bush Conner Frankamp Samajae Haynes-Jones Jacob Herrs Rashard Kelly C.J. Keyser Kaelen Malone Markis McDuffie Asbjørn Midtgaard Shaquille Morris Rauno Nurger Austin Reaves Landry Shamet Darral Willis Jr.

Po. F F F G G G G F G G F C C C G G F

Ht. 6-9 6-7 6-6 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-7 6-3 6-0 6-8 7-0 6-8 6-10 6-5 6-4 6-9

Wt. Cl. 210 R-So. 190 Fr. 213 Sr. 152 Fr. 171 R-Sr. 177 Jr. 164 Fr. 227 Sr. 185 So. 168 Jr. 203 Jr. 270 Fr. 279 R-Sr. 232 Sr. 174 So. 180 R-So. 225 Sr.

Exp. 1L HS 3L HS 2L TR HS 3L 1L 1L 2L HS 3L 3L 1L 1L 1L

Hometown/Previous School(s) Wichita, Kan. / Sunrise Christian Academy Cordova, Tenn. / Cordova HS Houston, Texas / Sunrise Christian Academy Wichita, Kan. / Goddard Eisenhower HS Wichita, Kan. / Kansas Wichita, Kan. / East HS Wichita, Kan. / Andover HS Fredericksburg, Va. / Hargrave Military Academy Baltimore, Md. / Brewster Academy McKinney, Texas / McLennan College Paterson, N.J. / St. Anthony HS Helsingor, Denmark / Espergaerde Gymnasium Edmond, Okla. / Memorial HS Keila, Estonia / Sunrise Christian Academy Newark, Ark. / Cedar Ridge HS Kansas City, Mo. / Park Hill HS Madison, Wisc. / Pearl River CC

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SECTIONOUTLOOK 2017-18 TITLE ROSTER BREAKDOWN Total Players Seniors (6)

17 Zach Brown, Conner Frankamp, Rashard Kelly, Shaquille Morris, Rauno Nurger, Darral Willis Jr. Juniors (3) Samajae Haynes-Jones, Kaelen Malone, Markis McDuffie Sophomores (4) Brett Barney, C.J. Keyser, Austin Reaves, Landry Shamet Freshmen (4) Rod Brown, Brycen Bush, Jacob Herrs, Asbjørn Midtgaard Height 7-0 6-10 6-9 6-8 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-0

Asbjørn Midtgaard Rauno Nurger Brett Barney, Darral Willis Jr. Markis McDuffie, Shaquille Morris Rashard Kelly, Rod Brown, Zach Brown Austin Reaves Landry Shamet Jacob Herrs, C.J. Keyser Conner Frankamp Brycen Bush, Samajae Haynes-Jones, Kaelen Malone

Seasons in the WSU Program (including redshirt years) 5th Year (1) Shaquille Morris (Sr.) 4th Year (4) Zach Brown (Sr.), Conner Frankamp (Sr.), Rashard Kelly (Sr.), Rauno Nurger (Sr.) Brett Barney (So.), Markis McDuffie (Jr.), 3rd Year (3) Landry Shamet (So.) 2nd Year (4) C.J. Keyser (So.), Kaelen Malone (Jr.), Austin Reaves (So.), Darral WIllis (Sr.) Rod Brown (Fr.), Brycen Bush (Fr.), 1st Year (5) Samajae Haynes-Jones (Jr.), Jacob Herrs (Fr.), Asbjørn Midtgaard (Fr.) Home State / Country Kansas (5) Brett Barney, Brycen Bush, Jacob Herrs, Conner Frankamp,Samajae Haynes-Jones Texas (2) Zach Brown, Kaelen Malone Arkansas Austin Reaves Maryland C.J. Keyser Missouri Landry Shamet New Jersey Markis McDuffie Oklahoma Shaquille Morris Tennessee Rod Brown Virginia Rashard Kelly Wisconsin Darral Willis Jr. Denmark Asbjørn Midtgaard Estonia Rauno Nurger

ACTIVE CAREER STAT LEADERS Games Played Games Started Minutes Points Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Dunks 3-Pointers

Rashard Kelly Zach Brown Zach Brown Shaquille Morris Rashard Kelly Conner Frankamp Shaquille Morris Markis McDuffie Shaquille Morris Conner Frankamp

106 61 1,710 711 402 124 96 (WSU #8) 69 58 108

PERCENTAGES RETURNING Category Total Returners Minutes Starts Points Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

From ‘16-17 From ‘15-16 12 7 87.4 % 44.6 % 93.3 % 38.9 % 91.2 % 43.5 % 91.2 % 41.6 % 83.5 % 26.8 % 94.7 % 59.2 % 78.7 % 38.4 %

From ‘14-15 4 19.8 % 2.9 % 16.4% 20.2 % 7.6 % 41.8 % 13.6 %

2017-18 PERSONNEL RETURNING STARTERS (5) ## 1 11 24 32 33

Player Zach Brown Landry Shamet Shaquille Morris Markis McDuffie Conner Frankamp

Ht 6-6 6-4 6-8 6-8 6-1

Cl Sr. R-So. R-Sr. Jr. R-Sr.

Pos F G C C G

G-GS 36-30 36-36 34-23 36-27 36-25

MPG 21.0 26.7 18.0 25.5 23.9

PPG 7.4 11.4 9.6 11.5 8.9

RPG 3.2 2.8 5.1 5.7 1.6

APG 1.6 3.3 1.1 1.7 2.7

Blk 7 7 35 11 8

Stl 24 26 12 42 27

Notes MVC All-Defensive Team 1st Team All-MVC, Freshman of the Year, 3.00 A:TO (#14 nat’l), WSU frosh record (72 threes) 3rd Team All-MVC, 8th on WSU’s all-time blocks list (96) 1st Team All-MVC, NABC 1st Team All-District, MVC #4 in FT% (.819) 3rd Team All-MVC , MVC Tournament MVP, 73/166 3pt FG (.440)

Ht 6-6 6-8 6-4 6-6 6-1 6-8 6-8

Cl Sr. Sr. Sr. R-So. So. Jr. So.

Pos G-GS MPG F 36-8 16.8 F/C 36-14 16.4 C 36-5 14.1 C 17-0 2.3 G 25-0 4.8 G 16-0 2.1 G 33-0 11.8

PPG 5.5 9.8 5.0 1.2 1.9 0.4 4.1

RPG 4.8 5.1 2.7 0.4 0.7 0.3 1.8

APG 1.2 0.6 0.6 0.0 0.3 0.2 1.1

Blk 9 29 15 0 2 0 10

Stl 19 15 3 3 2 0 12

Notes MVC All-Bench Team, Team-high 64 offensive rebounds MVC All-Newcomer Team,3 double-doubles, 18 double-figure scoring games MVC All-Bench Team, 13/28 3pt FG (.464) 3rd year walk-on who averaged 21 points per 40 minutes in 2017 Saw increased playing time late, appearing 14-straight to end the regular season 2nd year walk-on 28/55 3Pt FG (.509)

Ht 6-1 6-8 5-10 6-6

Cl Jr. So. Sr. R-Sr.

Pos G-GS MPG G 36-12 14.9 F 26-0 4.7 G 21-0 4.4 G 21-0 2.6

PPG 4.8 1.3 1.1 0.4

RPG 2.2 1.3 0.4 0.4

APG 1.9 0.0 0.5 0.2

Blk 2 5 0 0

Stl 35 3 7 5

Notes Transferred Transferred Graduated Graduated

Ht 6-0 6-6 6-3 7-0 6-0

Cl Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Pos G F G C G

PPG -

RPG -

APG -

Blk -

Stl -

Notes 2nd Team NJCAA All-American for national champion Hutchinson (Kan.) CC Averaged 21 points, 14 rebounds in 2017 Son of former Shocker standout Ryan Herrs (1992-96) 2017 Danish League “Young Player of the Year” Younger brother of former WSU walk-on Zach Bush (2012-17)

OTHER RETURNING LETTERMEN (7) ## 0 21 20 25 3 10 12

Player Rashard Kelly Darral Willis Rauno Nurger Brett Barney # C.J. Keyser Kaelen Malone # Austin Reaves

LETTERMEN LOST (4) Player Daishon Smith Eric Hamilton John Robert Simon # Zach Bush # NEWCOMERS (5) ## 4 5 14 22 23

Player Samajae Haynes-Jones Rod Brown Jacob Herrs # Asbjørn Midtgaard Brycen Bush #

# = Walk-On

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SECTIONSCHEDULE 2017-18 TITLE

[ As of Oct. 1] Day

Date

Opponent

Location/Arena

Time (CST)

Sat. Fri. Mon.

Nov. 4 Nov. 10 Nov. 13

HENDERSON STATE [Exhibition] UMKC COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena

5:00 pm 7:00 pm 8:00 pm

TV Cox HD 2022 Cox HD 2022 CBS Sports Network

Maui Jim Maui Invitational (Maui, Hawaii / Lahaina Civic Center) Mon. Tues. Thur.

Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 22

vs. California vs. Marquette / VCU vs. Chaminade / LSU/ Michigan / Notre Dame

Tues. Sat. Tues. Sat. Sat. Tues. Fri. Sat. Thur. Sun. Thur. Sat. Wed. Sat. Thur. Sun. Thur. Tues. Sat. Thur. Sun. Wed. Sat. Thur. Sun.

Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 5 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Dec. 30 Jan. 4 Jan. 7 Jan. 11 Jan. 13 Jan. 17 Jan. 20 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 Feb. 6 Feb. 10 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 21 Feb. 24 Mar. 1 Mar. 4

SAVANNAH STATE at Baylor SOUTH DAKOTA STATE at Oklahoma State OKLAHOMA ARKANSAS STATE FLORIDA GULF COAST at UConn * HOUSTON * USF * at East Carolina * at Tulsa * SMU * at Houston * UCF * TULSA * at Temple * at Memphis * UCONN * TEMPLE * at Cincinnati * TULANE * at SMU * at UCF * CINCINNATI *

4:00 pm 12:30/3:00 pm TBD

Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena Waco, Texas / Ferrell Center Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena Stillwater, Okla. / Gallagher Iba Arena Wichita, Kan. / INTRUST Bank Arena Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena Hartford, Conn. / XL Center Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena Greenville, N.C. / Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum Tulsa, Okla. / Reynolds Center Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena Houston, Texas / TBD Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena Philadelphia, Penn. / Liacouras Center Memphis, Tenn. / FedExForum Wichita / Charles Koch Arena Wichita / Charles Koch Arena Cincinnati, Ohio / BB&T Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena Dallas, Texas / Moody Coliseum Orlando, Fla. / CFE Arena Wichita, Kan. / Charles Koch Arena

7:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 6:00 pm 11:00 am 6 / 8:00 pm 3:00 pm 8:00 pm 6:30 pm 6:00 pm 11:00 am 8:00 pm 5:00 pm 6:00 pm 8:00 pm TBA 6:00 pm 3:00 pm 6:30 pm 1:00 pm 6:00 pm 11:00 am

ESPN2 ESPN/ESPN2 ESPN2/ESPNU

Cox HD 2122 ESPNU Cox HD 2022 ESPN2 ESPN2 Cox HD 2022 CBS Sports Network CBS #ESPN/ESPN2 CBS Sports Network #ESPN/ESPN2 ESPNU ESPNU ESPNU ESPN2 CBS Sports Network #ESPN/ESPN2 CBS Sports Network #ESPN/ESPN2 #ESPN/ESPN2 ESPN CBS Sports Network #ESPN/ESPN2 ESPN CBS

The American Athletic Conference Tournament (Orlando, Fla. / Amway Center) Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun.

Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 11

First Round [5-12 Seeds] Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship

tbd tbd 12:00/2:30 pm 2:10 pm

ESPNU ESPN2/ESPNU CBS CBS

NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Mar. 13-14 Mar. 15-18 Mar. 22-25 Mar. 31, Apr. 2

First Four First and Second Rounds Regional Semifinals & Finals Final Four

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* = American Athletic Conference game # = Certain ESPN Network games are “flex networks” and/or “flex tip times”. Those decisions are usually announced two weeks in advance of the game.

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SEASON OUTLOOK A NEW ERA

KEY RETURNERS

Wichita State returns essentially the entire cast from last year's 31-5 team that swept the Missouri Valley Conference regular season and tournament titles and danced for a sixth-straight year.

The good news: first team All-MVC selections Landry Shamet (6-4, R-So, PG) and Markis McDuffie (6-8, Jr, F) are back. The bad news: both players will miss time during the non-conference season due to stress fractures. Shamet is targeting a mid-November return, and McDuffie is due back a month later.

Eleventh-year head coach Gregg Marshall returns over 91 percent of his points and rebounds. His top eight scorers are back, and six of them are seniors. That continuity will be important for the Shockers in a year otherwise marked by radical change. On July 1, after 72 years in the MVC, Wichita State joined the American Athletic Conference as a non-football member -- a move that aims to boost the Shockers' basketball reputation and national exposure. So far, so good.

Seniors Conner Frankamp (6-1, R-Sr, G) and Shaquille Morris (6-8, R-Sr, C) were third team AllMVC picks who finished strong in 2016-17. Zach Brown (MVC All-Defensive Team), Rashard Kelly (MVC All-Bench Team), Rauno Nurger (MVC AllBench Team) and Darral Willis Jr. (MVC All-Newcomer Team) also earned specialty accolades.

A consensus top-10 team among the preseason annuals, WSU is in line for 26 national television appearances during the regular season, and at least half of the team’s games will air on either ESPN, ESPN2 or CBS.

Austin Reaves (6-5, So, G) and C.J. Keyser (6-3, So, G) benefited from on-the- job training as true freshmen.

"We know it’s going to be a challenge, but we’re excited about it," head coach Gregg Marshall said. "Hopefully the improvement in level of competition will aid us in getting into the NCAA tournament and getting favorable seeding.”

Walk-on guards John Robert Simon and Zach Bush graduated (though Simon will stick around as a graduate manager). The two provided behind-the-scenes stability.

The NCAA Selection Committee values quality wins, and WSU will be in a much-better position to collect them, going forward. The Shockers’ 30-game regular season schedule includes as many as 15 contests against teams that finished in the top-100 of last year’s RPI (compared to just six during the 2016-17 regular season). The American annually ranks among the nation’s toughest basketball conferences, earning 12 NCAA Tournament bids in its first four seasons of existence, highlighted by UConn’s 2014 National Championship. In 2016-17, SMU and Cincinnati both reached the 30-win plateau and finished in the top-25. The move also reunites WSU with four of its former MVC rivals: Cincinnati (a Valley member from 195770), Houston (1950-60), Memphis (1967-73) and Tulsa (1935-96). The Shockers and Golden Hurricane – separated by less than 200 miles – enjoyed a fierce basketball rivalry in the 1980s, and some of WSU’s greatest basketball moments came while battling the Bearcats for national prominence in the 1960’s.

KEY LOSSES

Daishon Smith and Eric Hamilton both elected to transfer. Smith is the only significant loss from the rotation. The JUCO transfer started 12 games in his lone season as a Shocker but gradually lost minutes to Shamet as the year progressed. He averaged 4.8 points and 1.9 assists in just under 15 minutes per game. Hamilton -- a sophomore forward -- totaled 34 points in 26 games. NEWCOMERS Marshall added three scholarship players for 2017-18. Second Team NCJAA All-American, Samajae HaynesJones (6-0, Jr, G) helped Hutchinson CC to a national championship last spring and fills an immediate need in the backcourt. Two freshmen, Asbjorn Midtgaard (7-0, Fr, C) and Rod Brown (6-6, Fr, F) provide depth in the front court but will need time to develop.

WSU’s shift to The American goes beyond hoops.

HEAD COACH

University president John Bardo hails it as a victory for the school’s academic mission, aligning WSU and its burgeoning innovation campus with likeminded, metropolitan-based research institutions.

Already the winningest coach in Shocker history, Gregg Marshall (261-90 in 10 seasons at WSU) is poised to tie Hall of Famer Ralph Miller's school record for games

It’s a timely change that ratchets up the level of competition and potential ceiling for all 15 of WSU’s varsity men’s and women’s programs. Over the last 10 seasons as a Valley member, the group collectively won 80 conference regular season and tournament championships.

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In the meantime, the roster is stocked with enough talent to keep the victories flowing.

SHOCKER 7-FOOTERS (ALL-TIME): • Ron Smith 1970-71 7-2 • Greg Dreiling 1981-82 7-1 • Paul Wight 1991-92 7-1 • Garrett Stutz 2008-12 7-0 • Ehimen Orupke 2010-13 7-0 • Asbjorn Midtgaard 2017-Pr. 7-0

FIVE GUYS WSU has all five primary starters back for the first time in 31 years. 12 returning lettermen are also the most for a Shocker team in that span. The 1986-87 Shockers brought back 12 of 13 lettermen. Those holdovers gelled under first-year head coach Eddie Fogler, improving from 14 wins to 22. They upset Tulsa to win the MVC Tournament. Two previous Marshall Era teams returned four starters: the 2010-11 group (which went on to win the NIT) and the 2014-15 team (Sweet 16). By contrast, two of Marshall’s most-accomplished squads, the 2013 Final Four and 2014 undefeated teams, opened with just one returning starter in the lineup.

coached when WSU meets College of Charleston on Nov. 13. He'll break it seven days later in the Shockers' Maui Invitational opener. The 2017-18 season marks Marshall's 20th overall as a head coach. He's 455-173 all-time with 12 regular season conference titles and 13 NCAA Tournament bids. Marshall -- the consensus national coach of the year in 2014, has led the Shockers to four 30-win seasons in the last five years, beginning with a Final Four run 2013. He's one of just five coaches to lead his team to the second round in each of the last five tournaments. BACKCOURT WSU's biggest question mark entering the 2016-17 season is now a source of confidence. Last season, the duo of Shamet and Frankamp rarely made mistakes (3.38 assist-to-turnover ratio) and rarely missed (143 threes on 43.9 percent shooting from deep). Shamet is a fourth team preseason All-American, per Blue Ribbon, and was named to the publication’s preseason All-AAC team. The team flourished after his move to point guard in mid-January. He averaged 11.4 points and team-high 3.3 assists for the year, while ranking 14th nationally in assist-to-turnover ratio. At 6-foot-4 he uses his size to his advantage, passing and shooting over smaller perimeter defenders. His ability to drive the basket gave the Shocker offense additional dimension. All of that was on display in the 2017 finale. Against a Kentucky team loaded with high-profile freshman recruits, Shamet shined with a game-high 20 points. "I don't think confidence has ever been a problem for Landry," Marshall said. "He certainly showed he can play with the best in the country." The position change didn't just benefit Shamet. Things clicked nicely for Frankamp (8.9 pts, 73/166 3pt) after a corresponding move to shooting guard. Over the final 17 games, he nearly doubled his offensive output (11.6 points) while hitting 45-of-85 threes (.529). A dialed in Frankamp gives the Shockers a potential game-breaker, but the senior has found other ways to contribute beyond shooting.


SECTIONOUTLOOK SEASON TITLE Now in his fourth season at WSU, Frankamp has packed on 15 pounds of muscle and has bought into Marshall's defensive mindset. "He was playing some really good all-around basketball at the end of the year," Marshall noted. How good was Wichita State from three-point range last year? The team's distance three-point shooter was neither Shamet nor Frankamp. Reaves (4.1 pts, 11.8 min.) -- a skinny guard from small town Arkansas -- fails the proverbial eye test, for Shocker fans and coaches it was love at first sight. Undersized but utterly fearless, Reaves earned praised his work ethic, skills and overall basketball savvy. Reaves flirted with the MVC’s three-point percentage record for much of the year. He finished at 50.9 percent from deep (28-of-55) but didn’t registered enough attempts to qualify for the conference leaderboard. Shoulder problems played a part. Reaves -- who had offseason surgery to correct a series of chronic dislocations -- attempted just seven threes over the final 12 games. "He had a very good freshman year when he was healthy," Marshall said. "He showed the ability to shoot, he showed that he wasn't afraid, and that he could get out there and compete. He's got a very good head for the game." LINDEY'S 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Michigan State Arizona Wichita State Duke Kansas Kentucky Villanova Cincinnati Louisville Texas A&M

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

Arizona Michigan State Duke Kansas Kentucky Louisville Wichita State Florida West Virginia North Carolina

Keyser (1.9 pts, 4.8 min.) missed most of the summer leading up to his freshman season with a foot injury. He returned for the start of fall practice but never quite caught up. Inch-for-inch, Keyser is the team's most-explosive athlete and another intriguing breakout candidate if he can learn to channel that athleticism on the defensive end. Haynes-Jones -- the JUCO transfer -- will likely back up Shamet. The lefty point guard has tools galore but will need to learn the system quickly during Shamet's absence. "Quick on quick, and he knows how to play," Marshall said. "He can score at all three levels – get to the rim, pull up and three. He just really competes. I love how competitive he is." Walk-ons Kaelen Malone (6-0, Jr, G), Jacob Herrs (6-3, Fr, G) and Brycen Bush (6-0, Fr, G) will provide additional depth. WINGS Zach Brown's offensive numbers improved only modestly from his sophomore to his junior season (7.4 pts, 3.2 reb), but the Houston native took a major leap. Like many Shockers before him, Brown thrived during the second half of last season in an unselfish, de-

fense-first role. “I want him to be able to be that top-shelf perimeter defender,” Marshall said. “And he became that last year. With his strength and frame … he causes problems.” Brown was one of the keys to a WSU team that ranked fourth nationally in field goal percentage defense, limiting opponents to 62.4 points on 37.7 percent shooting. McDuffie (team-high 42 steals) was another factor. Like Brown, he has the quickness to stay with guards and the length to disrupt their shooting passing. If 40-minutes of tag-team defense between McDuffie and Brown wasn't bad enough, enemies often must deal with them together when McDuffie slide to the No. 4 spot. McDuffie is equally versatile on offense. He can drive, shoot from the perimeter or score with his back to the basket. Last year, McDuffie became the first Shocker underclassman in 23 years to lead WSU in both scoring and rebounding, averaging 11.5 points and 5.7 rebounds. His foot injury causes problems for WSU, but a deep roster offers Marshall a wide range of potential solutions.

ESPN BPI Rank School

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 32. 33. 41. 48.

Wichita State Louisville Villanova Notre Dame Arizona West Virginia Purdue Oklahoma TCU Kansas Cincinnati Marquette Baylor Temple UCF

STREET & SMITH'S BPI

12.166 11.597 11.136 9.951 9.867 9.656 9.423 9.086 8.951 8.876 8.761 6.511 6.436 5.620 5.004

Off.

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4 4 9 1 3 6 1 72 5 20 29 2 7 16 16 7 10 18 8 31 18 8 11 112 25 52 32 73 64 46

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE In July, ESPN's computers ranked Wichita State as the nation's No. 1 team heading into 2017-18. The Shockers' 12.166 rating (meaning they are roughly 12.2 points better than the average team on a neutral court) ranks ahead of Louisville, Villanova, Notre Dame and Arizona. According to ESPN: "Wichita State, despite being a 10-seed in the NCAA tournament in 2017, actually finished the season -- by BPI's measure -- as the 15th-best team in the country. And it did so as a team that hardly played its seniors at all, so the Shockers are bringing almost everyone relevant back. In BPI's mind, that's huge. Returning so many minutes after a strong season is a big reason why BPI considers the Shockers to own the fourth-strongest offense and defense in the country..." American foes Cincinnati (11), Temple (41) and UCF (48) also made the list. The Shockers' 30-game regular season schedule could include as many as 10 matchups against teams that rank in the BPI's top-50.

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

Arizona Michigan State Louisville Duke Kansas Kentucky Wichita State Villanova North Carolina Florida

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

Arizona Michigan State Kansas Duke Louisville Kentucky USC Villanova Wichita State West Virginia

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SECTIONOUTLOOK SEASON TITLE FRONT COURT Big men in The American are better-equipped to counter the WSU's size and strength than their MVC counterparts, but few can match the Shocker front court's depth and maturity. A battle-tested bunch includes four seniors. The trio of Morris, Kelly and Nurger are in their fourth year together, and Willis joined them last fall from the JUCO ranks. WSU out-rebounded 15 opponents last year by 10-ormore boards and ranked second nationally in rebounding margin (+9.0) behind North Carolina. The addition of Midtgaard -- a 7-footer from Denmark whom Marshall calls him the most physically imposing player that he's ever recruited -- gives WSU yet another big body to add to the mix. Kelly (5.5 pts, 4.8 reb) is at its best when doing the little things. He's a tenacious offensive rebounder and savvy team defender. At 6-8, 270, Morris (9.6 pts, 5.1 reb, 1.0 blk) defies stereotypes. He's agile and bouncy with a soft shooting touch, but rugged and physical when he needs to be. “When he plays well, we play well,” Marshall noted. A far more confident Nurger (5.0 pts, 2.8 reb) enjoyed a junior year leap of his own in 2016-17. By Christmas, he had already exceeded his combined freshman and sophomore scoring totals. The Estonian has size and uses it well -- whether it's screening on offense or clogging the lane defensively. His deft touch from three keeps defenses honest. Raw talent, size and athleticism -- combined with a year of Division I basketball -- make Willis (9.8 pts, 5.1 reb) another breakthrough candidate. Willis was an offensive weapon off the bench, finishing third on the team in scoring (9.8) and second in rebounding (5.1). He topped 20 points on three ocassions and logged three double-doubles in his debut season. SCHEDULE Marshall calls the Shockers' 2017-18 his most challenging in 11 seasons at Wichita State. The 12-game non-conference slate could feature as many as nine games against 2017 postseason qualifiers and up to six encounters with NCAA Tournament teams. Highlights include a trio of Big 12 matchups (at Baylor, at Oklahoma State, Oklahoma), and an appearance in the Maui Invitational (California, VCU, Marquette, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame and Chaminade). Along with a potential resume boost, the grind will almost certainly prepare the Shockers for more of the same come January and February when they dive into American Athletic Conference play for the first time. The Shockers open at UConn on Dec. 28 and host Cincinnati in the March 4 regular season finale. Both games will air on CBS. 10

WINNING WAYS: Wichita State has reached the 30-win mark in four of the last five seasons – more than any other program in college basketball. The feat has been matched just five other times in NCAA history. Going back to its Final Four season, WSU’s 152 wins and .840 percentage are second only to Gonzaga. In 10 seasons under Gregg Marshall, the Shockers have averaged 26.1 wins per season. Marshall has led the Shockers to eight-straight 25win seasons. Kansas (12), Gonzaga (10), Duke (10) and VCU (8) are the only others with comparable streaks. WSU has cracked the AP top-25 in each of the last six years (not including 2017-18).

in NCAA history lead two different schools to 7+ NCAA Tournament appearances. He took Winthrop dancing seven times in nine years and has led WSU to six. Marshall is currently one of nine coaches with 6+ trips at multiple schools.

MARCH HAPPINESS: The Shockers have appeared in six-straight NCAA Tournaments (a school record). WSU is one of just five schools that have won a game in each of the last five NCAA Tournaments, joining North Carolina, Kansas, Oregon and Gonzaga. The Shockers have won 10 NCAA Tournament games in that span, highlighted by a 2013 Final Four and 2015 Sweet 16. High-profile victims include Pittsburgh, Gonzaga, Ohio State, Indiana, Kansas and Arizona. The Shockers are one of seven teams that have averaged 2+ NCAA Tournament victories over that span: UNC (3.0), Wisconsin (2.6), Louisville (2.4), Duke (2.4), WSU (2.0), Michigan (2.0) and Arizona (2.0).

KEN POM-POMS Ken Pomeroy’s website is considered the gold standard for advanced analytics in college basketball. Since 2012, WSU has logged six-consecutive top-20 finishes in KenPom’s annual rankings – a feat matched by just three others schools (Kansas, Louisville and Duke).

ONE (OR TWO) PUNCH The Shockers have finished first or second in their conference standings in each of the last eight seasons. Only three Division I schools (Gonzaga, 20; Kansas, 17; and Belmont, 12) have longer active streaks. YEAR-BY-YEAR IN THE MARSHALL ERA Year W-L Conf. Finish 2009 17-17 8-10 t-5th, MVC 2010 25-10 12-6 2nd, MVC 2nd, MVC 2011 29-8 14-4 2012 27-6 16-2 1st, MVC 2013 30-9 12-6 2nd, MVC 2014 35-1 18-0 1st, MVC 2015 30-5 17-1 1st, MVC 2016 26-9 16-2 1st, MVC 2017 31-5 17-1 t-1st, MVC 2018 American 5 titles TOTAL 261-90 132-46

Postseason 1-1, CBI Quarterfinals 0-1, NIT 5-0, NIT Champion 0-1, NCAA (#5 seed) 4-1, NCAA Final Four (#9 seed) 1-1, NCAA Rd. of 32 (#1 seed) 2-1, NCAA Sweet 16 (#7 seed) 2-1, NCAA Rd. of 32 (#11 seed) 1-1, NCAA Rd. of 32 (#10 seed)

MARSHALL ERA STANDOUTS 3 – All-Americans (Cleanthony Early, Fred VanVleet & Ron Baker) 5 – NBA Players (Toure’ Murry, Gal Mekel, Cleanthony Early, Ron Baker, & Fred VanVleet) 28 – Professionals MARSHALL MILESTONES AHEAD Already the winningest coach in Shocker history, Gregg Marshall (261-90 in 10 seasons at WSU) is poised to tie Hall of Famer Ralph Miller's school record for games coached. WSU's second game of the year (Nov. 13 at home against College of Charleston) will be Marshall's 353rd on the Shocker bench. He'll set the record outright on Nov. 20 when WSU meets California in the Maui Invitational. Marshall shoots to become just the seventh coach

COACHES WITH 7+ NCAA APPEARANCES AT MULTIPLE STOPS Player Fran Dunphy 9 at Penn 7 at Temple* Steve Fisher 7 at Michigan 8 at San Diego St. Lou Henson 7 at NM State 12 at Illinois Bob Huggins 14 at Cincinnati 8 at West Virginia.* Eddie Sutton 9 at Arkansas 13 at Oklahoma St. Roy Williams 14 at Kansas 12 at UNC* Gregg Marshall

7 at Winthrop

6 at Wichita St.*

* = Current head coach

TEAMS WITH SIX-CONSECUTIVE KENPOM TOP-20 FINISHES School 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 Avg. Kansas 6 4 12 7 8 4 6.83 Louisville 9 7 17 1 1 17 8.67 3 8 6 19 11.17 Duke 14 17 Wichita St. 8 13 13 6 17 11 11.33

LEAVING ON A HIGH NOTE The Shockers won or shared the regular season crown in five of their last six MVC seasons and finished with a four-peat, dropping just four conference games in four years to close out their tenure. WSU's 68-4 mark (.944) over the last four seasons is the highest conference winning percentage of any team in the nation. AWESOME OFFENSE The 2016-17 Shockers were arguably Marshall’s best offensive team in two decades of coaching. The Shockers averaged 81.0 points per game last year – highest by a WSU team since 1983 when Xavier McDaniel and Antoine Carr shared the floor. WSU ranked 13th nationally on Ken Pomeroy’s offensive efficiency chart (1.18 points per possession). The Shockers hit a school-record 310 three-pointers last year. Eight different Shockers hit double-digit threes for the year, led by Frankamp (73) and Shamet (freshman school record, 72) who combined for just under half of the team total while shooting at a .439 clip. WSU ranked second nationally in scoring margin last year (+18.6), behind national runner-up Gonzaga. The Shockers scored 80 a school-record 23 times. WSU was the first MVC team since 1994 Tulsa to average north of 80 points per game, and its 2,916 points was the second-highest total in league history behind Larry Bird's 1979 Indiana State Sycamores. WSU is 81-1 under Marshall when scoring at least 80 points, with 58 consecutive wins. A triple overtime loss at Drake in January, 2012 is the lone exception.


SECTIONOUTLOOK SEASON TITLE DEADLY DEFENSE WSU has ranked in the top-15 nationally in scoring defense in each of the last four seasons. WSU SCORING DEFENSE Season Pts Allowed Nat'l Rank 2014 59.5 9 2015 57.4 10 2016 59.0 1 2017 62.4 14

REBOUNDING 10 -- Consecutive seasons that the Shockers have led their conference in rebounding margin. +9.0 -- WSU's rebound margin, 2nd nationally behind UNC. The Shockers have finished in the top-10 in four of the last seven years. 6 -- Number of times in 35 games that WSU was outrebounded in 2016-17. 81.7% -- Percentage of games in which the Shockers have finished even-or-better on the boards over the last five seasons (147-of-180). RANDOM WSU was 30-0 in 2016-17 when outshooting its opponent and 1-5 when outshot. DEPTH CHARGED Nine Shockers started at least five games last year, but only Landry Shamet started all 36. 10 Shockers averaged 12+ minutes. Gregg Marshall used 263 unique lineup combinations last season for his 16 active players. TESTING THE NBA WATERS Markis McDuffie, Shaquille Morris and Zach Brown put their names in the NBA Draft pool last summer without hiring an agent. All three later withdrew and returned to Wichita State. SHOOTING STARS Landry Shamet has hit a three-pointer in 25 consecutive games, and teammate Conner Frankamp has connected in each of the last 22. Shamet's streak is tied for the second-longest in school history with Ron Baker (25-straight as a sophomore on 2013-14). Frankamp's streak is fourth on the list. Baker also owns the school-record (27). CONECUTIVE GAMES WITH A 3-POINTER (WSU ALL-TIME) School Dates Ron Baker Nov. 28, 2014 -- Feb. 22, 2015 Landry Shamet Dec. 17, 2016 -- Current Ron Baker Apr. 6, 2014 -- Feb. 5, 2014 Conner Frankamp Dec. 28, 2016 -- Current

3PM 27 25 25 22

MORRIS CHASES 1,000-POINT MILESTONE Senior center Shaquille Morris (711) is on pace to reach 1,000 points as a Shocker. He would be the club's 46th member and the ninth since Marshall's arrival. MARSHALL ERA SHOCKERS IN THE 1,000-POINT CLUB Rank Player Years Points 8. Ron Baker 2012-16 1,636 12. Toure' Murry 2008-12 1,539 15. Fred VanVleet 2012-16 1,439 17. J.T. Durley 2007-11 1,327 20. P.J. Couisnard 2004-08 1,303 32. Cleanthony Early 2012-14 1,135 37. Garrett Stutz 2008-12 1,106 39. Tekele Cotton 2011-15 1,047

BLOCK PARTY Shaquille Morris begins the year ranked eighth alltime in blocked shots (96). He's five shy of Marshall Era leader, Garrett Stutz (101) and needs just 13 to catch Claudius Johnson for third (109). Johnson's total is the highest by a Shocker since 1985-86 when the block became an official NCAA statistic. WSU CAREER BLOCKS LIST Rank Player 1. Antoine Carr 2. Robert Elmore 3. Claudius Johnson 4. Gene Wiley 5. Xavier McDaniel 6. Garrett Stutz 7. P.J. Couisnard 8. Shaquille Morris 9. Ehimen Orukpe 10. J.T. Durley

Years 1979-83 1973-77 1989-93 1959-62 1981-85 2008-12 2004-08 2014-Pr. 2010-13 2007-11

Blocks 209 132 109 105 103 101 98 96 94 91

HOME SWEET HOME Wichita State's on-campus home, Charles Koch Arena, is often referred to as "the Roundhouse" for its unique circular shape. The building opened in December, 1955 and the 2017-18 season will mark its 62nd season of use. The Shockers have won just over three-quarters of their games in the arena all-time, at 690-216. WSU's rise to national relevance began in 2003 with the completion of the Roundhouse Renaissance. A $25 million dollar construction project turned an aging Henry Levitt Arena into one of college basketball's best home environments. The building reopened as Charles Koch Arena for the start of the 2003-04 season. In the 14 seasons since the renovation, the Shockers are 188-34 on campus. That includes a 139-20 mark under Gregg Marshall. WSU has won 59 of its last 60 games at Charles Koch Arena over the last four seasons. The lone loss came to Northern Iowa on Feb. 13, 2016 and snapped a school-record 43-game home winning streak... 57 of those 60 games have come in front of capacity crowds (10,506). Throw in a 6-1 record at downtown INTRUST Bank Arena, and WSU is 123-10 (.925) overall in Wichita since the start of the 2010-11 campaign. WSU has won 10-straight overall at home, last losing to Oklahoma State on Dec. 17, 2016 at INTRUST Bank Arena. This is the 21st double-digit home streak in school history and the 19th of the Roundhouse Era (1955-Pr.). WSU has won 25-straight at Charles Koch Arena. It’s the second-longest streak in the building’s 62+ year history. From November, 2013 to February, 2016, the Shockers won 40-in-a-row at the Roundhouse. HOME COOKIN' The Shockers were unbeaten in 16 games at Charles Koch Arena in 2016-17, outscoring opponents by an average of 30.1 points. All 16 wins were by double-figures. WSU led wire-to-wire in 10 of the games and trailed for a combined 9:22 in the other six. WSU was +11.9 on the glass on Devlin Court. Loyola (+5 on Jan. 11) and Missouri State (+7 on Feb. 9) were only teams to outrebound the Shockers at the Roundhouse. It's happened just 15 times total under Marshall (159 games).

LOUD NOISES Charles Koch Arena has played host to 197-consecutive regular season crowds of 10,000+, dating back to December of 2004. The Shockers’ 45-game campus sellout streak ended on Nov. 29 when the ticket office reported 70 unsold general admission seats. That run began on Senior Day 2013 and lasted for nearly three-and-half years. WSU has played in front of sellout crowds (10,506) at 13 of its 16 campus home games this year (including each of the last seven). 2017-18 season tickets are sold out, marking the fifth consecutive year that WSU has unloaded its entire allotment (just over 9,000 total). WSU's home court advantage is owed largely to the school's passionate fan base, with a little assist from science. The arena's circular shape and highly-reflective dome roof amplifies sound and funnels it downward toward center court. ROAD WARRIORS Since the start of the 2013-14 season, the Shockers own the most road wins (41-6) and highest percentage (.872) in Division I. WSU has been the decade's best road team at 67-14 (.827) since 2010-11 campaign. The Shockers’ enter 2017-18 with one of the nation’s 10-longest road winning streaks (6). WSU was one of just six Division I teams with double-digit road wins in 2016-17. They've hit that mark in three of the last four years. From 2013-14 to 2016-17, WSU recorded more double-figure road wins in conference play (25) than any other school had total road wins. Illinois State (18) was the closest. NON-CONFERENCE NOTABLES Since 2011-12, the Shockers are 61-13 (.824) in regular season non-conference games. WSU has put together a winning non-conference record in 19-straight seasons. Shocker teams have put up double-digit non-conference victory totals in four of the last five years. The 2016-17 team was 10-3 heading into MVC play after outscoring its 13 non-conference foes by an average of 19.2 points. WSU is 70-6 in home non-conference games during the Marshall Era, outscoring opponents by an average of over 18 points per game. The Shockers have won 39-straight non-conference games at Charles Koch Arena, last losing in February, 2011 to Final Four bound VCU in a Bracket Busters matchup. In the Marshall Era, the Shockers are 61-3 in regular season non-conference games at Charles Koch Arena, with one-point losses to UT-Arlington (Dec. 7, 2007) and VCU (Feb. 18, 2011). The most lopsided defeat was a 66-63 setback against UMKC (Nov. 19, 2008). WSU also owns active streak of 25-straight November home wins – all by double-figures. The last defeat came nine years ago to UMKC (Nov. 19, 2008).

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SECTIONOUTLOOK SEASON TITLE ACTIVE SHOCKER STREAKS 6 -- consecutive true road wins 12 -- consecutive regular season wins 10 -- consecutive home wins 19 -- consecutive Charles Koch Arena wins 25 -- consecutive November home wins 31 -- consecutive non-conference wins at CKA AMERICAN POWER Since its four seasons, The American has produced 12 NCAA Tournament teams, highlighted by UConn’s 2014 National Championship. The American boasted a pair of 30-win teams last year in Cincinnati and SMU. Both finished in the top-25 and made the NCAA Tournament. Four others (UCF, UConn, Houston and Temple) earned top-25 votes over the course of the year. Nine of the 12 American head coaches have reached an NCAA Tournament, and four of them have led a team to the Final Four (WSU’s Gregg Marshall, UConn’s Kevin Ollie, Houston’s Kelvin Sampson and Memphis’ Tubby Smith). TO OLD FRIENDS AND NEW BEGINNINGS Wichita State’s move to the American reunites the Shockers with four of its former rivals from the Missouri Valley Conference: Cincinnati (1957-70), Houston (1950-60), Memphis (1967-73) and Tulsa (1945-96). WSU and Tulsa enjoyed a fierce basketball rivalry in the 1980s and have continued to play regularly in the non-conference. This fall, the two athletic departments announced plans for an official rivalry series “Havoc in the Heartland.” Cincinnati’s Oscar Robertson still holds the Roundhouse’s single-game scoring record (50 points in 1958). March 1 marks the 60th anniversary of that performance. Fittingly, the Bearcats’ first American Era visit to Wichita comes just three days later. The Shockers’ visit to Houston will be their first since 1960. They last played at Memphis in 1983. FORMER MVC RIVALS IN THE AMERICAN School MVC Seasons Last Meeting at WSU Cincinnati 13 1957-70 1981 (at WSU) 1981 Houston 10 1950-60 2005 (at WSU, NIT) 2005 1976 Memphis 6 1967-73 2014 (Sioxu Falls) Tulsa 51* 1945*-86 2016 (at WSU) 2016 * - Tulsa joined in 1935. The teams overlapped for 51 seasons, beginning in 1945 when WSU joined the league.

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Road 1977 1960 1983 2015

ALL-TIME Wichita State enters its 112th men’s basketball season with an all-time record of 1,540-1,180. In 72 seasons as a member of the MVC, WSU won 11 regular season titles and put together a 591-502 record in league play. POSTSEASON SUCCESS WSU teams have appeared in 14 NCAA Tournaments with Final Fours in 1965 and 2013 and regional runner-up finishes in 1964 and 1981. The Shockers have reached the postseason 27 times, including a current-run of nine-straight dating back to a 2009 CBI appearance. The Shockers won the 2011 NIT Championship and followed it up with six-consecutive NCAA bids. INDIVIDUAL STANDOUTS Five Shockers have their jersey numbers hanging in the rafters: #13 Cleo Littleton (1951-55), #45 Dave Stallworth (1961-65), #45 Cliff Levingston (197982), #35 Antoine Carr (1979-83) and #44 Xavier McDaniel (1981-85). Teammates on WSU’s first NCAA Tournament team in 1964, Stallworth and Nate Bowman teamed up again to help the 1970 New York Knicks to an NBA title. Charles Koch Arena has long been referred to as “the house that Stallworth built.” The former All-American passed away last March on the eve of WSU’s NCAA Tournament opener against Dayton. Former teammates are in the process of fundraising for a life-size statue of Stallworth to be placed near the arena’s main entrance. McDaniel, Levingston and Carr all played more than a decade in the NBA. Levingston was a member of the Chicago Bulls’ first two NBA Championship teams while playing alongside Michael Jordan. Carr helped the Utah Jazz to a pair of runner-up finishes in 1997 and 1998. Arguably WSU’s most-famous basketball alum made very little impact on the basketball court. 7-foot-1 Paul “Big Show” Wight, averaged 2 points 2 rebounds as a reserve center for the Shockers during the 1991-92 season before applying his talents to the wrestling ring. The seven-time world champion is one of WWE’s longest-tenured stars. Alas, he plans to retire in Feb. 2018. A member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Ralph Miller won 220 games in 13 games

on the Shocker bench (1951-64) and led the Shockers to their first NCAA Tournament in 1964. He’s the second-winningest coach in program history behind Marshall (who surpassed his total in February, 2016). When Miller retired from Oregon State in 1989, at the close of a 38-year career, he was the eighth-winningest coach in NCAA history (674-370). 2018 & 2021 TOURNAMENTS COME TO WICHITA Wichita State will serve as co-host for First and Second Round action in the 2018 and 2021 NCAA Men's Basketball Championships at downtown INTRUST Bank Arena. This year marks the men's tournament's first stop in Wichita since 1994. Headliners that year at the old Kansas Coliseum included Michigan's Fab Five (minus Chris Webber) and John Calipari-led UMass. The second-seeded Minutemen fell to No. 10 seed Maryland in the second round. WuSHOCK: A TRUE ORIGINAL Legend has it that the name "Shockers" first appeared in 1904 on a poster advertising a football game between Wichita State-then Fairmount College-and the Chilocco Indians. The team's manager chose the name because many of the players earned money during the off season harvesting (or "shocking") wheat in the surrounding fields... When it came time to bring the name to life, students created WuShock – a big, bad, muscle-bound bundle of wheat – whose name was derived from a period in time when the university was simply known as Wichita University or WU. PLAYING ANGRY Head coach Gregg Marshall has developed a unique appreciation for WSU basketball history, even as he continues to write new chapters. Since his arrival, the 11th-year Shocker coach has made it a point to reach out to WSU basketball alums, such as NBA stars Xavier McDaniel, Antoine Carr and Cliff Levingston, who helped form the backbone of some of WSU’s greatest teams in the early 1980s. While addressing the team midway through the 2012-13 season, Carr challenged Marshall’s Shockers to “Play Angry.” That message sank in, and the slogan gained national attention during the team’s run to the Final Four later in the year.


PLAYER PROFILES

Zach Brown (Sr.)................................................. 14-15 Conner Frankamp (Sr.)....................................... 16-17 Rashard Kelly (Sr.).............................................. 18-19 Shaquille Morris (Sr.).......................................... 20-21 Rauno Nurger (Sr.)............................................. 22-23 Darral Willis (Sr.)................................................ 24 Kaelen Malone (Jr.)............................................ 25 Markis McDuffie (Jr.).......................................... 26-27 Brett Barney (So.)............................................... 28 Landry Shamet (So.).......................................... 29-30 C.J. Keyser (So.).................................................. 31 Austin Reaves (So.)............................................. 32 Rod Brown (Fr.).................................................. 33 Brycen Bush (Fr.)................................................ 33 Jacob Herrs (Fr.)................................................. 33 Samajae Haynes-Jones (Jr.)................................ 34 Asbjørn Midtgaard............................................. 34


RETURNING LETTERMEN

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2016-17 • Missouri Valley Conference All-Defensive Team • WSU Banquet Honor: Shocker Radio Most Outstanding Defensive Player

Zach

BROWN

2014-15 • WSU Banquet Honor: Cleo Littleton Most Improved Player Award

6-6 | 213 | Sr. | Forward | 3L Houston, Texas • South Kent School [Conn.] Sunrise Christian Academy [Kan.] OVERVIEW

CAREER HIGHS

2017-18 (Senior): MVC All-Defensive Team selection (WSU's seventh in the last four seasons) Two-year starter at small forward WSU’s active leader in career starts (61) and minutes (1,710) Defensive stopper who often draws the opponents’ top perimeter scoring threats Uses a combo of length (6-foot-6) and athleticism to his advantage. “I wanted him to be that top-shelf perimeter defender, and he became that last year. With his strength and frame... he causes problems." --Gregg Marshall 2016-17 (Junior): Averaged 7.4 points and 3.2 rebounds in 36 games… Made 30 starts… Named to the MVC’s All-Defensive Team for the first time… Finished with 12 dunks… Logged 24 steals… Averaged just over a three-pointer per game (38 in 36 contests) while shooting at a .345-clip from three… Scored in double-figures on 12 occasions… Went 3-of-4 from three and scored 11 of his 15 points in the second half against Tulsa (Nov. 16)...Scored nine of his team-high 16 points in the second half to help WSU pull away at Colorado State (Dec. 2)…Briefly lost his starting spot in late November but scored 13 points on 4-of-5 shooting in his first game as a reserve against Southern Nazarene (Nov. 29), helping WSU set a school record with 63 total bench points...Led the Shocker scoring with 17 points in the win over Oklahoma at Chesapeake Energy Arena...Dished out a season-high six assists to go with 10 points in the win over South Dakota State (Dec. 22)…Had eight rebounds and limited Indiana State’s top scorer to a 3-of-14 from the field in the MVC opener on Dec. 28...Scored just 12 points in three MVC Tournament games, put matched that total in WSU’s NCAA Tournament opener against Dayton, when he shot a perfect 3-of-3 from beyond the arc...Started both NCAA Tournament contests and averaged 10.5 points and 6.0 rebounds while hitting 5-of-6 three-point attempts…Finished with nine points and eight rebounds against Kentucky in the second round… 2015-16 (Sophomore): Built on a solid end to his freshman season by moving into the starting lineup as a sophomore… Started 31 of the 35 games, including 29-straight to finish out the year… Averaged 6.7 points and 2.9 rebounds while playing 19.2 minutes per contest… Embraced the defensive-stopper role vacated by departed defensive player of the year Tekele Cotton and was one of the keys to a WSU unit that led the nation in scoring defense (59.0)… Platooned with 6-8 freshman Markis McDuffie, and the two long, athletic small forwards teamed up to shut down some of the Valley’s top scoring guards… Tied with McDuffie for third on the team with 27 steals… Had an up-and-down year from beyond the arc (26-of-85, .306) but was an efficient finisher around the rim, sinking just over 63 percent of his shots (46-of-73)… Had a streaky scoring year, with a pair of notable hot-stretches…Over a seven-game period from Nov. 29 to Dec. 31, scored in double-figures five times, including a team-high 14 points in a win over No. 25 Utah at INTRUST Bank Arena… Went 11-of-12 from the foul line in a win against Nevada (Dec. 22) helping WSU set a new school record for free throw makes in a game (44) and tie a conference and school record for total attempts (62)… Reached double-figures on just

Category Points Rebounds Field Goals FG Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Pt Attempts Free Throws FT Attempts Assists Steals Blocks Minutes

17 8 7 11 3 6 11 12 6 3 3 32

MISCELLANEOUS

Opponent at Oklahoma 5x, Last: vs. Kentucky MISSOURI ST. MISSOURI ST. 3x, Last: vs. Dayton 2x, Last: SDSU NEVADA NEVADA SOUTH DAKOTA ST. 3x, Last: at Mo. St. at Evansville at Indiana St.

Date 12/10/16 3/19/17 2/18/16 2/18/16 3/17/17 12/22/16 12/22/15 12/22/15 12/12/16 2/25/17 1/31/16 12/28/16

Cateogry 10+ Points 20+ Points 10+ Rebounds

16-17 11 -

Career 22 -

Dunks Fouled Out P-R Double-Doubles P-A Double-Doubles

12 -

30 1 -

Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder Assist Leader

2 1 3

5 4 3

2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-11 N-13 N-16 N-20 N-23 N-24 N-25 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-10 D-17 D-22 D-28 J-1 J-4 J-8 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-24 J-29 F-1 F-4 F-9 F-12 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-25 M-3 M-4 M-5 M-17 M-19

Opponent S. CAROLINA ST. LONG BEACH ST. TULSA EASTERN SHORE vs. LSU vs. Louisville vs. Michigan St. SO. NAZARENE at Colorado St. SAINT LOUIS at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA ST. S. DAKOTA ST. at Indiana St. ^ BRADLEY ^ DRAKE ^ at No. Iowa ^ LOYOLA ^ at Illinois St.^ at Evansville ^ INDIANA ST. ^ SO. ILLINOIS ^ at Bradley ^ at Drake ^ ILLINOIS ST. ^ MISSOURI ST. ^ at Loyola at So. Illinois ^ NO. IOWA ^ EVANSVILLE ^ at Missouri St. ^ vs. Bradley % vs. Missouri St. % vs. Illinois St. % vs. Dayton $ vs. Kentucky $

gs * * * * * * *

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

min 18 27 19 17 20 19 17 17 23 19 22 18 22 32 18 17 19 24 15 21 13 16 15 29 22 26 31 15 15 22 30 18 25 21 25 28

fg fga 3p 3pa ft fta reb pf ast to blk stl 2 6 1 3 2 2 5 2 4 0 1 1 4 8 2 4 1 3 4 2 3 2 0 2 5 8 3 4 2 3 5 1 3 0 0 0 4 5 0 1 5 6 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 4 0 2 1 2 5 1 0 2 1 0 3 8 1 4 0 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 4 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 5 2 3 3 3 4 2 1 1 0 1 5 9 2 4 4 6 3 1 1 1 0 2 2 6 0 2 4 4 4 1 3 1 0 1 4 6 3 4 6 6 4 2 0 0 2 0 4 9 2 5 0 0 6 4 0 1 1 1 3 8 2 6 2 2 0 3 6 2 0 0 1 9 0 5 4 6 8 4 2 1 0 1 1 5 1 4 0 0 4 3 5 1 0 1 3 9 0 3 3 4 5 2 0 3 0 1 2 4 0 1 1 2 4 2 0 2 0 1 2 6 1 5 2 4 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 5 1 3 1 2 2 0 2 3 0 0 1 5 1 4 1 2 0 4 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 2 2 4 2 1 0 0 0 2 6 1 3 1 2 3 1 1 2 0 1 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 3 8 2 4 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 3 7 1 5 3 4 3 1 5 0 0 1 3 7 1 4 5 6 1 2 2 1 0 3 3 4 2 3 0 0 4 2 0 3 1 0 1 5 1 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 3 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 4 1 3 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 5 0 0 2 4 3 1 0 3 1 3 0 0 4 5 2 4 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 4 4 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 4 3 1 1 0 0 4 5 3 3 1 2 4 1 0 1 0 0 3 6 2 3 1 2 8 2 1 4 0 0

pts 7 11 15 13 3 7 0 13 16 8 17 10 10 6 3 9 5 7 6 4 2 6 2 8 10 12 8 3 5 5 3 6 4 2 12 9

BROWN'S CAREER TOTALS Season 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

14

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior TOTALS

GP 27 35 36

GS 0 31 30

Min Avg 284 10.5 671 19.2 755 21.0

FG 29 72 82

FGA % 3FG 56 .518 11 158 .456 26 202 .406 38

FGA % 26 .423 85 .306 110 .345

FT 21 65 65

FTA 29 92 94

% .724 .707 .691

Off 18 38 41

Def 19 63 74

Tot 37 101 115

Avg 1.4 2.9 3.2

PF 29 76 73

FO 0 1 0

A 7 32 56

TO 12 36 38

Blk 10 13 7

Stl 9 27 24

Pts 90 235 267

Avg 3.3 6.7 7.4

98

61

1710 17.4

183

416

221

151

215

.702

97

156

253

2.6

178

1

95

86

30

60

592

6.0

.440

75

.339


RETURNING LETTERMEN four other occasions after Jan. 1, with three of those coming in the same week when he went for 11 against NM State (Feb. 15), 16 vs. Missouri State (Feb. 18) and 11 at Indiana State (Feb. 21) as WSU rolled to three-consecutive 30-point wins… Career-high 16 against Missouri State (Feb. 18) was fueled by four dunks. The team finished with 10 total in a 99-68 rout of the Bears… Set season and career highs with eight rebounds (twice in losses to UNI on Feb. 13 and March 5), four assists (Jan. 9 at SIU) and three steals (Feb. 9 at Drake)… Had a strong December, averaging 10.5 points on 58 percent shooting… Started all 18 conference games and averaged 6.9 points… 2014-15 (Freshman): Earned the team’s Most Improved Player Award at WSU’s end of season banquet… Averaged 3.3 points and 1.4 rebounds in 10.5 minutes per contest while shooting 42.3 percent from three and 51.8 percent overall from the field… After playing sparingly through the non-conference schedule, worked his way into the rotation as a key reserve during MVC and postseason play… Played two of his best games during the NCAA Tournament, tallying season-highs for scoring (11), rebounding (8) and minutes (23) in an opening round win over Indiana. Followed with seven points in the Round of 32 victory against Kansas… Provided a memorable hustle play to spark the win over KU when he forced a steal, scrambled for the loose ball and out-sprinted everyone to the other end for a transition slam… Averaged 6.7 points in 16.0 minutes over the three NCAA games… Saw time in each of the last eight contests after missing four games with a concussion (Feb. 7 to Feb. 17)… Tallied just 31 minutes and saw time in just five of the first nine games of the regular season before bursting onto the scene during the Diamond Head Classic. After scoring just three points all season against D-I competition up to that point, he went for 10 vs. Loyola Marymount, nine in an overtime win over Hawaii and had seven more in the championship vs. GW. Went 5-of-6 from three and 7-of9 at the foul line over the three games… The DHC performance kicked off a stretch that saw him play double-figure minutes in 8 of the next 11 games… Scored his first collegiate points against Newman on Nov. 23 with a nine-point, six-rebound day… Prep School: Played the 2013-14 season for the post-graduate team at Sunrise Christian Academy in nearby Bel Aire, Kan… Saw extensive time at the point guard spot for the first time in his career… Averaged 16 points per game. High School: Attended Klein Collins High School in Spring, Texas before transferring to South Kent School in South Kent, Conn... Averaged 13.0 points and 7.0 rebounds for the Cardinals during the 2012-13 season… Ranked as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com and a four-star by Future150… Played summer basketball for Texas Pro… Recruited by Texas, Washington and Providence, among others… Was the first member of the Class of 2014 to verbally commit to WSU, back in May of 2013 Personal: Zachary Garrett Brown… Born Sept. 28, 1995 in Spring, Texas… Son of Gary and Latisha Brown… Mother played volleyball at the University of Houston… Has two sisters: Debonnaire and Tabitha… Chose WSU for team, coaches and environment… Majoring in Sports Management.

2015-16 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-13 N-17 N-21 N-26 N-27 N-29 D-05 D-09 D-12 D-19 D-22 D-31 J-03 J-06 J-09 J-13 J-17 J-20 J-23 J-27 J-31 F-03 F-06 F-09 F-13 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-24 F-27 M-04 M-05 M-15 M-17 M-19

Opponent CHARLESTON SO. at Tulsa EMPORIA ST. vs So. California vs Alabama vs Iowa at Saint Louis UNLV UTAH at Seton Hall NEVADA DRAKE at Bradley EVANSVILLE at So. Illinois at Missouri St. INDIANA ST. at No. Iowa BRADLEY LOYOLA CHICAGO at Evansville SO. ILLINOIS at Illinois St. at Drake NO. IOWA NEW MEXICO ST. MISSOURI ST. at Indiana St. at Loyola Chicago ILLINOIS ST. vs Loyola Chicago vs No. Iowa vs Vanderbilt vs Arizona vs Miami (FL)

gs min 14 13 9 * 15 * 16 22 * 28 * 23 * 23 * 18 * 16 * 24 * 15 * 27 * 23 * 12 * 25 * 15 * 18 * 20 * 14 * 20 * 11 * 21 * 19 * 25 * 26 * 19 * 28 * 17 * 26 * 19 * 12 * 21 * 17

fg fga 3p 3pa ft ftm reb 1 3 0 2 3 5 4 0 2 0 1 2 2 3 1 1 0 0 2 2 2 2 7 0 3 0 1 2 0 4 0 3 2 4 5 3 5 1 3 3 6 2 4 6 2 3 4 4 1 3 7 1 4 2 6 3 5 7 1 1 3 4 3 1 3 0 1 1 2 3 1 1 0 0 11 12 2 4 7 1 3 1 2 4 2 2 1 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 4 3 2 4 2 4 2 2 4 1 4 0 3 2 3 3 0 1 0 1 1 2 3 3 6 0 2 3 4 3 2 5 1 3 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 1 2 4 5 4 2 3 1 2 0 0 1 3 10 1 5 2 2 1 3 7 2 6 0 0 8 4 7 2 3 1 1 4 7 11 1 4 1 1 2 5 7 1 3 0 0 2 1 4 1 4 5 6 4 1 5 0 2 2 4 2 3 7 2 5 2 2 2 0 6 0 4 2 3 8 1 2 1 1 0 0 3 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 3 1 2 0 0 3

pf ast to blk stl 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 3 0 1 3 1 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 3 3 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 2 2 3 0 0 0 1 5 3 1 0 2 3 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 4 0 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 3 4 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 3 0 0 1 1 4 1 3 3 0 2 0 2 0 1 3 2 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 3 2 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0

pts 5 2 4 4 2 10 14 9 14 3 13 10 6 3 8 8 4 1 9 5 0 9 5 9 8 11 16 11 8 4 10 2 3 2 3

2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-14 N-18 N-23 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-9 D-13 D-16 D-22 D-23 D-25 D-31 J-4 J-7 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-25 J-28 J-31 F-4 F-7 F-11 F-14 F-17 F-22 F-25 F-28 M-6 M-7 M-20 M-22 M-26

Opponent gs min fg fga 3p 3pa ft ftm reb NEW MEXICO ST. DNP vs. Memphis 6 0 3 0 1 0 0 2 NEWMAN 15 3 3 1 1 2 2 6 TULSA 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Utah DNP SAINT LOUIS 8 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 SETON HALL 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 at Detroit DNP ALABAMA DNP vs. LMU 16 3 6 1 1 3 3 0 vs. Hawaii 15 2 3 2 3 3 4 2 vs. G. Washington 11 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 at Drake^ 15 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 ILLINOIS ST.^ 6 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 BRADLEY^ 16 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 at Loyola^ 8 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 SO. ILLINOIS^ 18 1 1 0 0 3 4 2 at Evansville^ 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Missouri St.^ 10 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 DRAKE^ 11 0 2 0 0 1 3 3 LOYOLA^ 13 0 2 0 1 1 2 1 at No. Iowa^ 8 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 at Bradley^ 12 0 0 0 0 3 4 1 MISSOURI ST.^ DNP INDIANA ST.^ DNP at Illinois St.^ DNP at So. Illinois^ DNP EVANSVILLE^ 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 at Indiana St.^ 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NO. IOWA^ 11 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 vs So. Illinois-c 12 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 vs Illinois St.-c 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 vs Indiana-n 23 4 8 1 4 2 2 8 vs Kansas-n 13 2 4 1 2 2 2 1 vs Notre Dame-n 12 1 5 0 3 0 0 2

pf ast to blk stl pts 1 2 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 1 0

0 0 0

0 9 0

1 0

1 0

3 1

0 0

0 0

3 0

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

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1

10 9 7 3 0 2 2 5 0 0 1 1 0 3

1 0 0 2 2 2 3 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0

0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1

2 0 3 8 2 11 7 2

15


RETURNING LETTERMEN

2016-17 • Third Team All-Missouri Valley Conference • Arch Madness Most Outstanding Player • MVC Most Improved Team • Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Week (Feb. 6)

33 FRANKAMP Conner

6-1 | 171 | Sr. | Guard | 2L Wichita, Kan. • North HS • Kansas OVERVIEW

CAREER HIGHS

2017-18 (Senior): 3rd Team All-MVC as a junior (first Wichita native to earn all-conference honors as a Shocker since 1999). Elite three-point shooter Transferred from Kansas in January, 2015. Deferred to seniors Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet as a redshirt sophomore in 2015-16. Opened 2016-17 at the point but flourished after a mid-January move to shooting guard. Reliable ball-handler who committed just 24 turnovers in 36 games (4.00 A:TO) Improved physical profile – has packed on 15 pounds of muscle since his arrival Underrated defender who has come a long way in three years under Gregg Marshall Natural athlete who excels at nearly everything he tries: pingpong, golf, billiards, etc. Tied for 19th on WSU’s career three-pointers list with 108 heading into his final year. Needs only 27 more to crack the top-10 and is on track to finish in the top-six if he can match his junior year totals. One of just six Shockers with 100+ threes and a career percentage north of .400. Active streak of 22-games with a three-pointer is fourth-longest in WSU history. “Shooter deluxe. He stretches the defense. I think it takes different players different amounts of time to 'get it' and to finally feel comfortable. He gained confidence last year as the season progressed, and we’re looking forward to seeing that carry over." --Gregg Marshall 2016-17 (Junior): A breakout performer, following a mid-January shift from point guard to shooting guard… Third team All-Missouri Valley Conference… MVC Most Improved Team… Voted Most Outstanding Player at Arch Madness… MVC Player of the Week for Jan. 30-Feb. 5… Averaged 8.9 points and 2.7 assists in 23.9 minutes… Appeared in all 36 games with 25 starts… Led the team in three-pointers (73) and shot 44 percent for the year… Fell just a few assists shy of the minimum requirements for conference and national leaderboards, but his 4.00 assist-to-turnover ratio (96:24) would have otherwise led the MVC and ranked in the top-5 nationally… Connected on a three-pointer in 22-consecutive games to end the year… In 18 MVC games, ranked second in the league in both three pointers (41) and three-point percentage (.506)... Started the first eight games of the season at point guard before losing his starting spot to Daishon Smith… Came off the bench for the next 11 games… Following the Jan. 14 loss at Illinois State, was averaging 6.5 points and shooting 34.6 percent from three… Moved off ball and re-joined the starting lineup for the Jan. 17 game at Evansville and went 4-for-4 from three on his way to 14 points… Beginning with the win at UE, averaged 11.6 points and was 45-of-85, .529 from three over the final 17 contests… Hit at least two treys in 12 of his last 14 games to end the year… Was 4-of-8 from deep at Drake (Feb. 1) and 4-of-6 in a revenge game against Illinois State (Feb. 4) to lock up MVC Player of the Week honors… Logged 28 assists with just one turnover in eight games (and 204 minutes of court time) between Feb. 4 to March 3… Most Outstanding Player at Arch Madness where he averaged 15.3 points on 12 three-pointers in three games

Opponent Points Rebounds Field Goals FG Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Pt Attempts Free Throws FT Attempts Assists Steals Blocks Minutes

18 6 7 14 6 12 4 6 7 4 2 36

MISCELLANEOUS

Opponent 2x, Last: vs. Mo. St. at Bradley at Loyola vs. Missouri St. vs. Missouri St. vs. Missouri St. 5x, Last: vs. Ill. St. 2x, Last: vs. Ill. St. vs. LSU MISSOURI ST. 4x, Last: EVANSVILLE at Bradley

Date 3/4/17 1/29/17 2/12/17 3/4/17 3/4/17 3/4/17 3/5/17 3/5/17 11/23/16 2/9/17 2/21/17 1/29/17

Category 10+ Points 20+ Points 10+ Rebounds

16-17 15 -

Career 21 -

Dunks Fouled Out P-R Double-Doubles P-A Double-Doubles

-

-

Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder Assist Leader

5 10

5 10

2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-11 N-13 N-16 N-20 N-23 N-24 N-25 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-10 D-17 D-22 D-28 J-1 J-4 J-8 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-24 J-29 F-1 F-4 F-9 F-12 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-25 M-3 M-4 M-5 M-17 M-19

Opponent S. CAROLINA ST. LONG BEACH ST. TULSA EASTERN SHORE vs. LSU vs. Louisville vs. Michigan St. SO. NAZARENE at Colorado St. SAINT LOUIS at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA ST. S. DAKOTA ST. at Indiana St. ^ BRADLEY ^ DRAKE ^ at No. Iowa ^ LOYOLA ^ at Illinois St.^ at Evansville ^ INDIANA ST. ^ SO. ILLINOIS ^ at Bradley ^ at Drake ^ ILLINOIS ST. ^ MISSOURI ST. ^ at Loyola at So. Illinois ^ NO. IOWA ^ EVANSVILLE ^ at Missouri St. ^ vs. Bradley % vs. Missouri St. % vs. Illinois St. % vs. Dayton $ vs. Kentucky $

gs * * * * * * * *

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min 20 28 23 17 24 34 27 13 15 19 20 17 23 19 21 17 20 24 25 23 19 20 36 34 28 24 30 30 24 21 27 20 35 35 24 25

fg 0 5 0 3 3 3 0 1 3 1 2 2 5 1 3 1 4 3 2 5 2 1 6 6 6 2 7 5 2 3 6 3 6 6 1 2

fga 3 8 4 6 4 7 6 4 6 5 7 5 9 5 5 4 7 9 6 6 5 2 10 10 10 5 13 9 7 6 10 7 14 12 5 8

3p 3pa ft fta reb pf ast to blk stl 0 3 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 1 3 5 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 1 3 4 4 1 2 5 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 7 0 0 2 3 7 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 3 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 2 5 0 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 4 1 2 1 0 1 2 7 0 2 1 3 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 3 7 0 0 3 0 4 0 1 0 0 3 2 2 1 1 3 2 0 1 2 4 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 3 4 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 2 7 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 2 5 0 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 4 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 3 0 4 0 1 1 3 6 0 1 6 0 3 3 0 3 4 8 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 4 6 2 2 0 0 4 0 0 2 2 4 4 4 1 0 2 0 0 4 2 4 0 0 4 1 4 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 1 5 1 1 1 3 4 4 4 4 1 3 0 2 3 2 6 0 0 3 1 5 0 0 0 2 4 1 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 6 12 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 6 4 6 3 1 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 2 6 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

pts 0 15 0 11 8 9 2 3 8 3 6 4 13 4 9 3 11 8 6 14 5 3 15 16 18 10 16 14 5 13 14 9 18 19 3 6

FRANKAMP'S CAREER TOTALS Season 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

16

Freshman (at Kansas) Sophomore Junior Senior at WSU Total

GP 27 28 36

GS 0 0 25

Min Avg 224 8.3 479 17.1 861 23.9

FG 22 57 111

FGA % 3FG 64 .344 15 147 .388 35 249 .446 73

FGA % 48 .313 100 .350 166 .440

FT 8 23 26

FTA 10 26 34

% .800 .885 .765

Off 2 3 6

Def 14 38 50

Tot 16 41 56

Avg 0.6 1.5 1.6

PF 17 26 28

FO 0 0 0

A 15 28 96

TO 3 5 24

Blk 2 5 8

Stl 4 9 27

Pts 67 172 321

Avg 2.5 6.1 8.9

64 91

25 25

1340 20.9 1564 17.2

168 190

396 460

266 314

49 57

60 70

.817 .814

9 11

88 102

97 113

1.5 1.2

54 71

0 0

124 139

29 32

13 15

36 40

493 560

7.7 6.2

.424 .413

108 123

.406 .392


RETURNING LETTERMEN (a Shocker MVC Tournament record)… Hit six treys in the semifinal win over Missouri State (March 4)… Had a career-high 19 points in the championship game against Illinois State (March 5)… Averaged 4.5 points and was 3-of-9 from three in two NCAA Tournament games. 2015-16 (Sophomore): Missed the first seven games of the year due to NCAA transfer rules… Averaged 6.1 points in 28 games off the bench, while playing 19.2 minutes per game… Connected on 35-of-100 three-point attempts (.350)… Shot 88.5 percent from the free throw line (23-of-26) and did not miss a foul shot after Dec. 22, finishing the year with 19-consecutive makes… Went nearly two months without committing a turnover (Dec. 31 to Feb. 24) and finished the year with just five in 479 minutes of action… Didn’t bank enough assists to qualify for national lists, but had an exceptional 5.6-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio (28 assists, 5 turnovers) for the year with a 9.0-to-1 mark in MVC play (18 assists, 2 turnovers)… Made his Shocker debut on Dec. 9 at home against UNLV... Went scoreless until the final minute before hitting two clutch free throws in the final minute to extend the Shocker lead to two possessions… Missed his first nine field goal attempts, spanning the better part of two games before connecting twice in the final minute against No. 25 Utah (Dec. 12). That included a jumper from just inside the line with 54 seconds to go and his first three-pointer of the year at the 15-second mark… Beginning with the Utah game, had a run of eight-straight games with a three-point make… Scored 13 on 3-of-7 shooting from beyond the arc in an OT loss at Seton Hall (Dec. 19)… Had back-to-back big games on the road going 4-for-7 and 4-for-8 from three in wins at SIU(Jan. 9) and Missouri State (Jan. 13), scoring a career-high 14 in each… Shooting numbers dipped the rest of the way, but showed improvement in other areas, particularly on the defensive end… Stepped up during the NCAA Tournament, scoring eight points on a pair of second-half threes in the First Four win over Vanderbilt… Matched a career-high with two blocks, tallied 10 points and added two assists in 14 minutes to help WSU take down Arizona in the Round of 64… 2014-15 (Transfer): Sat out the season, per NCAA transfer rules… Enrolled at WSU for the start of the spring semester and was a valuable practice contributor for the scout team, often playing the role of the upcoming opponents’ top scoring threat… Previous School: Saw action in 27 games in 2013-14 as a freshman at the University of Kansas... Averaged 11.0 points per game in his first NCAA Tournament and went 7-for-14 from three-point range over two games... Scored a career-high 12 points on 4-of-7 threes vs. Stanford (3/23) and 10 points vs. Eastern Kentucky (3/21)... Swatted a career-high two blocks vs. Texas Tech (3/5)… Grabbed a career-high three rebounds vs. Louisiana at Monroe (11/8) in his first collegiate action. High School: Finished a standout career at North High School as the Wichita City League’s all-time leading scorer (2,275 points), passing up former Wichita Heights standout Perry Ellis (2,231)… A four-star recruit who was ranked No. 46 in the ESPN 100 and No. 34 on Rivals’ Class of 2013 list… A three-time All-Class 6A performer and All-City selection… Averaged 31.1 points, 3.8 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals per game as a senior in 2012-13 and, for the second-straight year, was tabbed as one of Kansas’ top five players for all classifications by the Wichita Eagle… Drained 93 treys in his final season… Winner of the American Family Insurance High School Three-Point Challenge during the Final Four weekend in Atlanta, hitting 22 of 25 attempts in the finals… Averaged 32.3 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.7 steals as a junior in 2011-12 while leading North to the state tournament… As a sophomore, set a City League record with 52 points on eight three-pointers in a win over Northwest and went on to average 27.2 points… Coached by Gary Squires… Was leading scorer for Team USA (14.1 pts) in its 8-0 run to the gold medal at the 2012 U17 FIBA Championships… Also a member of the 2011 FIBA Americas U16 Championship team… Selected twice for the USA Developmental National Team in 2010 and 2011… Personal: Full name is Conner Michael Frankamp… Born July 16, 1995… Son of Karen and Martin Frankamp… Has one brother, Kevin.

2015-16 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-13 N-17 N-21 N-26 N-27 N-29 D-05 D-09 D-12 D-19 D-22 D-31 J-03 J-06 J-09 J-13 J-17 J-20 J-23 J-27 J-31 F-03 F-06 F-09 F-13 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-24 F-27 M-04 M-05 M-15 M-17 M-19

Opponent gs min fg fga CHARLESTON SO. DNP at Tulsa DNP EMPORIA ST. DNP vs So. California DNP vs Alabama DNP vs Iowa DNP at Saint Louis DNP UNLV 14 0 5 UTAH 14 2 6 at Seton Hall 21 4 8 NEVADA 16 2 4 DRAKE 20 3 7 at Bradley 15 2 5 EVANSVILLE 13 1 1 at So. Illinois 17 5 8 at Missouri St. 25 5 9 INDIANA ST. 16 1 5 at No. Iowa 17 3 4 BRADLEY 16 1 5 LOYOLA CHICAGO 20 3 5 at Evansville 23 2 10 SO. ILLINOIS 17 0 2 at Illinois St. 19 3 8 at Drake 15 2 6 NO. IOWA 12 0 5 NEW MEXICO ST. 23 3 5 MISSOURI ST. 19 1 5 at Indiana St. 21 3 6 at Loyola Chicago 14 1 3 ILLINOIS ST. 19 3 6 vs Loyola Chicago 19 1 4 vs No. Iowa 15 1 3 vs Vanderbilt 16 2 5 vs Arizona 14 3 5 vs Miami (FL) 9 0 2

3p 3pa ft ftm reb pf ast to blk stl pts

0 1 3 1 2 2 1 4 4 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 2 2 0

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

2 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 2

2 2 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 2

0 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 4 2 2 1 1 1 3 0 4 2 2 2 3 1 3 1 1 2 0 0

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

1 1 2 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 2 0

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

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2 5 13 5 8 8 3 14 14 2 6 3 9 10 0 8 6 0 9 3 9 2 8 2 3 8 10 2

2013-14 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS (at Kansas) Date N-8 N-12 N-19 N-22 N-28 N-29 N-30 D-7 D-10 D-14 D-21 D-30 J-5 J-8 J-11 J-13 J-18 J-20 J-25 J-29 F-1 F-4 F-8 F-10 F-15 F-18 F-22 F-24 M-1 M-5 M-8 M-13 M-14 M-21 M-23

Opponent gs min fg fga 3p 3pa ft ftm reb LA.-MONROE 17 2 6 1 4 0 0 3 vs. Duke 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IONA 10 1 3 1 3 0 0 1 TOWSON 12 2 4 1 2 4 6 1 vs. Wake Forest 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 vs. Villanova 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 vs. UTEP 5 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 at Colorado 4 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 at Florida 0+ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 vs New Mexico DNP GEORGETOWN 6 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 TOLEDO DNP at San Diego St. DNP at Oklahoma^ 13 2 3 1 2 0 0 2 KANSAS ST.^ 5 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 at Iowa St.^ 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 OKLAHOMA ST.^ 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 BAYLOR^ 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at TCU^ 10 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 IOWA ST.^ DNP at Texas^ DNP at Baylor^ DNP W. VIRGINIA^ DNP at Kansas St.^ 15 2 3 2 3 0 0 2 TCU^ 13 1 4 1 4 0 0 0 at Texas Tech^ 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TEXAS^ 8 2 4 1 3 0 0 1 OKLAHOMA^ 5 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 at Oklahoma St.^ 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TEXAS TECH^ 14 1 3 1 3 0 0 1 at West Virginia^ 15 0 6 0 4 0 0 0 vs Oklahoma St- c DNP vs Iowa St. - c 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 vs E. Kentucky - n 25 3 6 0 2 4 4 0 vs Stanford - n 18 4 8 4 7 0 0 2

pf ast to blk stl pts 1 3 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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RETURNING LETTERMEN

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2016-17 Missouri Valley Conference All-Bench Team WSU Banquet Honor: Cleo Littleton Most Improved Player Award

Rashard

KELLY

6-7 | 227 | Sr. | Forward | 3L Fredericksburg, Va. • Massanutten Military Academy (Va.) Hargrave Military Academy (Va.) OVERVIEW

CAREER HIGHS

2017-18 (Senior): 2017 MVC All-Bench Team Ball-getter, energy-giver and doer of dirty work Durable veteran who has not missed a game in three seasons Excellent team defender Emerging vocal leader Relentless worker who is always looking to improve WSU’s active rebounding leader (402) The only Shocker to appear in every contest over the last three seasons Has played 106 career games – 35 shy of the school record (currently shared by Fred VanVleet & Tekele Cotton) Has appeared in the boxscore in 87 Shocker wins (33 shy of VanVleet & Cotton’s career victories mark) “He rebounds well. He's a good defender. His goal is to be the best-conditioned athlete on the floor and play longer and harder than everyone else around him. The rest of our guys feeds off that." --Gregg Marshall 2016-17 (Junior): Averaged 5.5. points and 4.8 rebounds while appearing in all 36 games… Started the first eight contests before moving to a reserve role and made the MVC’s All-Bench Team… Averaged 16.8 minutes but saw increased playing time late in the year… Was on the floor for 20+ minutes in each of the last nine games (after topping 20 on just two other occasions over the first 27 contests)… During league play, ranked among the MVC leaders with over 7 offensive rebounds per 40 minutes… Averaged 6.7 points, 6.0 rebounds and almost a dunk-a-game during WSU’s 16-game winning streak late in the year... Recorded 13 of his 17 dunks after Jan. 24 (last 15 games)… Made in his first collegiate start in the season opener against South Carolina State (Nov. 11) and finished with nine points and nine rebounds… Scored a career-high 15 points and grabbed eight boards in a Dec. 6 win over Saint Louis… Dished out a career-best six assists to go with his 13 points and six rebounds in WSU’s 109-point explosion against Evansville on Feb. 22… Averaged 6.3 points and 6.0 rebounds in three MVC Tournament games with a 14-point, six-rebound performance in the quarterfinal win over Bradley (Mar. 3)… Averaged 6.0 points and a team-high 8.5 rebounds in 24.0 minutes off the bench… In the first round win over Dayton, played 26 minutes (third-most of any Shocker), tallied eight points and a career-high 11 rebounds… In the second round, finished with four points and six boards in 22 minutes against Kentucky. 2015-16 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 35 games… Started the first six before shifting to a reserve role… Averaged 16.1 minutes… Showed improved stamina and added range to his jumper over the summer, making him a more consistent offense performer… Scored a point in 33 of the 35 contests and finished with averages of 4.1 points and 3.6 rebounds… Leading rebounder on five occasions, with a season-high eight boards at Drake (Feb. 9)… Scored in double-figures twice… Had an 11-point game against Loyola (Jan. 27)

Opponent Points Rebounds Field Goals FG Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Pt Attempts Free Throws FT Attempts Assists Steals Blocks Minutes

15 11 6 11 2 3 6 8 6 3 3 28

MISCELLANEOUS

Opponent SAINT LOUIS vs. Dayton SAINT LOUIS vs. Bradley LOYOLA LOYOLA EVANSVILLE EVANSVILLE EVANSVILLE 2x, Last: at Bradley vs. Dayton at Hawaii (OT)

Date 12/6/16 3/17/17 12/6/16 3/3/17 1/11/17 1/11/17 2/21/17 2/21/17 2/21/17 1/29/17 3/17/17 12/23/14

Cateogry 10+ Points 20+ Points 10+ Rebounds

16-17 5 1

Career 8 1

Dunks Fouled Out P-R Double-Doubles P-A Double-Doubles

17 -

36 -

Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder Assist Leader

1 9 3

1 15 3

2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-11 N-13 N-16 N-20 N-23 N-24 N-25 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-10 D-17 D-22 D-28 J-1 J-4 J-8 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-24 J-29 F-1 F-4 F-9 F-12 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-25 M-3 M-4 M-5 M-17 M-19

Opponent S. CAROLINA ST. LONG BEACH ST. TULSA EASTERN SHORE vs. LSU vs. Louisville vs. Michigan St. SO. NAZARENE at Colorado St. SAINT LOUIS at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA ST. S. DAKOTA ST. at Indiana St. ^ BRADLEY ^ DRAKE ^ at No. Iowa ^ LOYOLA ^ at Illinois St.^ at Evansville ^ INDIANA ST. ^ SO. ILLINOIS ^ at Bradley ^ at Drake ^ ILLINOIS ST. ^ MISSOURI ST. ^ at Loyola at So. Illinois ^ NO. IOWA ^ EVANSVILLE ^ at Missouri St. ^ vs. Bradley % vs. Missouri St. % vs. Illinois St. % vs. Dayton $ vs. Kentucky $

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pf ast to blk stl 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 4 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 3 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 4 2 1 0 2 0 2 3 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 6 1 1 1 3 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 3 1 0 0 4 2 1 0 1 2 1 2 3 0 2 2 1 0 0

pts 9 4 3 6 8 0 4 9 2 15 2 2 4 0 4 4 4 7 0 5 0 4 7 13 5 2 11 7 9 13 5 14 4 1 8 4

KELLY'S CAREER TOTALS Season 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

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Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior TOTALS

GP 35 35 36

GS 4 6 8

Min Avg 482 13.8 564 16.1 606 16.8

FG 38 54 74

FGA % 3FG 77 .494 4 126 .429 6 150 .493 10

FGA % 9 .444 19 .316 23 .435

FT 22 30 41

FTA 42 49 71

% .524 .612 .577

Off 45 48 64

Def 56 79 110

Tot 101 127 174

Avg 2.9 3.6 4.8

PF 44 67 62

FO 0 0 0

A 14 26 43

TO 36 25 37

Blk 11 6 9

Stl 13 17 19

Pts 102 144 199

Avg 2.9 4.1 5.5

106

18

1652 15.6

166

353

51

93

162

.574

157

245

402

3.8

173

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83

98

26

49

445

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RETURNING LETTERMEN 2015-16 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS

on 4-of-5 shooting… Dunked three times against Missouri State (Feb. 18) on his way to a season-high 12 points and also dished out career-highs with four assists and three steals in the win over the Bears… Played a season-high 27 minutes in the MVC quarterfinals against Loyola… Averaged 18.0 minutes in three NCAA Tournament games and chipped in 2.7 points and 2.7 rebounds. 2014-15 (Freshman): The only Shocker reserve to see time in all 35 games… Averaged 2.9 points and 2.9 rebounds at power forward… 13.8 minutes per game was the most for any WSU bench player… Made four starts in place of an injured Evan Wessel – three of which came at the Diamond Head Classic, Dec. 22, 23, 25… Was the hero of an overtime win over host Hawaii in the semifinals, scoring a season-high 12 points to go with six boards. His offensive rebound and putback with just three seconds to go in OT gave the Shockers a one-point win… Came through with two clutch baskets in the final minutes of a comeback win over Alabama on Dec. 16… Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds in a Dec. 6 victory over Saint Louis at INTRUST Bank Arena… Was one of six Shockers to finish with 100+ rebounds and ranked third on the team with 45 offensive boards… Named one of 20 Under-the-Radar Freshmen to watch by CBSSports.com during the preseason. Prep School: Played the 2013-14 season with the post graduate team at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va… Was voted Team MVP after averaging 22.3 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 2.1 steals… Served as team captain… Played for coach A.W. Hamilton… Chose WSU over Cincinnati, East Carolina, George Mason, George Washington, Marshall and Xavier. High School: Played his senior season (2012-13) at Massanutten Military Academy in Woodstock, Va… Team was ranked No. 1 nationally among post grad teams and advanced to the quarterfinals of the national tournament… Coached by Chad Myers… Rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com… Played AAU basketball for the D.C. Assault… Earned first-team all-conference honors as a freshman at Chancellor High School, then transferred to Bishop O’Connell in Arlington, Va. for his sophomore and junior years… Was an all-metro pick in both seasons. Personal: Rashard DaeQuan Kelly… Born Aug. 22, 1995 in Virginia… Son of Amonte Martin and Tammy Kelly… Has one sister, Shanda.

Date N-13 N-17 N-21 N-26 N-27 N-29 D-05 D-09 D-12 D-19 D-22 D-31 J-03 J-06 J-09 J-13 J-17 J-20 J-23 J-27 J-31 F-03 F-06 F-09 F-13 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-24 F-27 M-04 M-05 M-15 M-17 M-19

Opponent CHARLESTON SO. at Tulsa EMPORIA ST. vs So. California vs Alabama vs Iowa at Saint Louis UNLV UTAH at Seton Hall NEVADA DRAKE at Bradley EVANSVILLE at So. Illinois at Missouri St. INDIANA ST. at No. Iowa BRADLEY LOYOLA CHICAGO at Evansville SO. ILLINOIS at Illinois St. at Drake NO. IOWA NEW MEXICO ST. MISSOURI ST. at Indiana State at Loyola Chicago ILLINOIS ST. vs Loyola Chicago vs No. Iowa vs Vanderbilt vs Arizona vs Miami (FL)

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min 25 26 20 20 16 11 16 7 17 6 13 13 15 14 11 17 15 16 14 17 17 14 17 19 11 11 21 13 21 16 27 14 17 22 15

fg fga 3p 3pa ft ftm reb 2 4 0 1 3 3 4 2 4 0 1 0 0 5 3 4 0 1 0 0 4 2 7 0 1 2 2 7 1 5 1 1 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 3 1 5 0 2 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 4 0 1 0 0 3 1 2 1 1 0 0 2 2 5 0 1 0 0 2 1 4 0 0 3 4 5 1 2 0 0 2 3 3 1 4 1 2 0 0 2 2 3 1 1 0 0 2 2 5 0 1 0 0 4 1 3 0 0 1 3 7 2 4 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 4 4 5 1 1 2 4 4 2 4 0 0 1 2 5 3 4 0 0 0 1 3 1 2 1 1 0 0 5 2 4 0 0 2 2 8 1 2 0 0 0 0 4 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 5 7 0 0 2 4 3 0 2 0 0 1 2 4 3 6 0 0 2 2 3 2 3 0 0 2 4 7 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 0 1 1 2 3 0 2 0 1 2 4 2 0 3 0 0 3 4 3

pf ast to blk stl pts 3 1 0 0 2 7 2 1 0 0 1 4 3 2 1 1 0 6 3 2 1 1 1 6 4 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 2 3 0 1 0 0 3 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 1 5 2 1 0 0 2 4 1 1 0 0 0 3 2 0 2 0 0 5 1 0 2 0 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 1 4 3 1 1 0 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 11 4 1 2 0 1 5 2 0 3 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 1 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 4 2 4 1 0 3 12 3 1 0 0 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 8 2 1 1 0 0 6 1 0 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 3 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 3

2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-14 N-18 N-23 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-9 D-13 D-16 D-22 D-23 D-25 D-31 J-4 J-7 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-25 J-28 J-31 F-4 F-7 F-11 F-14 F-17 F-22 F-25 F-28 M-6 M-7 M-20 M-22 M-26

Opponent NEW MEXICO ST. vs. Memphis NEWMAN TULSA at Utah SAINT LOUIS SETON HALL at Detroit ALABAMA vs. LMU vs. Hawaii vs. G. Washington at Drake^ ILLINOIS ST.^ BRADLEY^ at Loyola^ SO. ILLINOIS^ at Evansville^ at Missouri St.^ DRAKE^ LOYOLA^ at No. Iowa^ at Bradley^ MISSOURI ST.^ INDIANA ST.^ at Illinois St.^ at So. Illinois^ EVANSVILLE^ at Indiana St.^ NO. IOWA^ vs So. Illinois-c vs Illinois St.-c vs Indiana-n vs Kansas-n vs Notre Dame-n

gs min 13 13 16 12 16 12 18 21 22 * 22 * 28 * 24 * 21 7 11 7 12 9 16 16 14 10 10 14 12 14 8 19 11 6 13 5 13 6 11

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pf ast to blk stl pts 3 2 2 1 0 4 2 0 1 0 0 2 2 3 1 0 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 4 1 2 1 0 3 4 1 0 0 0 5 1 0 3 0 2 9 1 1 2 0 1 5 2 2 1 0 1 4 2 1 3 0 1 12 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 7 0 0 1 0 1 6 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 2 3 1 2 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 4

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RETURNING LETTERMEN 2016-17 • Third Team All-Missouri Valley Conference • Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Week (Jan. 23) • WSU Banquet Honor: Ralph Miller Captain's Award

24 MORRIS Shaquille

2015-16 • WSU Banquet Honor: Cleo Littleton Most Improved Player

6-8 | 279 | R-Sr. | Center | 3L Edmond, Okla. • Memorial HS

2014-15 • Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team

OVERVIEW

CAREER HIGHS

2017-18 (Senior): 3rd Team All-MVC as a junior. WSU’s active career leader in points (711) and dunks (58). Good shot blocker who controls the rim. Enters his senior year ranked eighth on the school’s all-time blocks chart (96). Big body who defies stereotypes; Agile and bouncy with a soft shooting touch. Fun-loving; Class clown. Goes by "Shaq." Named after former NBA great, Shaquille O'Neil “When he plays well, we play well. He’s got tremendous touch and talent and skill for a guy his size. He knows our system as well as I do.” --Gregg Marshall 2016-17 (Junior): Third Team All-Missouri Valley Conference performer… Won MVC Player of the Week honors for the first time on Jan. 16… Received the Ralph Miller Captain’s Award at the team’s postseason banquet… Appeared in 34 of the 36 games with 23 starts… Averaged 9.6 points and 5.1 rebounds in 18.0 minutes… Led the team in dunks (20) and blocks (35)… Battled a thigh injury in late December-early January, but picked up steam after Jan. 15. Over the final 17 games he averaged 12.1 points and a team-best 6.8 rebounds with 19 blocks (compared to 7.1 points and 3.3 rebounds in the first 19 contests)… Much-improved at the foul line, where he shot .789 for the year (up from .656 as a sophomore)… In 18 Valley games, shot at an .854-clip (46-of-54) to rank fourth on the conference leaderboard… Recorded three double-doubles and topped 20-points on three occasions. Hit his first nine field goal attempts over a span of three games to begin the year… Set a career-high with five blocks and also contributed seven points and six rebounds in the Dec. 10 win over Oklahoma at Chesapeake Energy Arena... Missed the first two conference games (Dec. 28 and Jan. 1) while recovering from a thigh injury...MVC Player of the Week for Jan. 16-22 after averaging 20.5 points and 9.0 rebounds in two games. Had his first career double-double in the Jan. 17 win at Evansville (17 points, 10 rebounds) and followed with a career-highs for points (24), free throws (12) and free throw attempts (15) against Indiana State on Jan. 21... Had back-to-back double-doubles in early February, starting with a 10-point, 11-rebound at effort at Drake (Feb. 1), and continuing Feb. 4 with 11 points, 11 boards in a first-place showdown with Illinois State... Scored 20 points and snagged five rebounds in the regular season finale at Missouri State (Feb. 25) to help the Shockers secure a piece of the MVC title... Put up 21 points and seven boards in the MVC semifinal victory over Missouri State (Mar. 4)... Averaged 9.7 points and 6.0 rebounds in WSU’s three MVC Tournaments wins... Scored in double-figures in both NCAA Tournament contests, with a 10-point, six-rebound effort against Dayton (Mar. 17) and 11 points, eight rebounds and three blocks in the second round against Kentucky (Mar. 19). 2015-16 (Sophomore): Made big strides in his sophomore season by increasing his motor and stamina, al-

Opponent Points Rebounds Field Goals FG Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Pt Attempts Free Throws FT Attempts Assists Steals Blocks Minutes

24 11 8 13 1 2 12 15 4 2 6 30

MISCELLANEOUS

Opponent INDIANA ST. 2x, Last: ILLINOIS ST. at Missouri St. vs. Louisville 4x, Last: SO. ILLINOIS 2x, Last: at Drake INDIANA ST. INDIANA ST. INDIANA ST. 4x, Last: at Illinois St. vs. Loyola 2x, Last: at Okla.

Date 1/21/17 2/4/17 2/25/17 11/24/16 1/27/17 2/1/17 1/21/17 1/21/17 1/21/17 1/14/17 3/4/16 12/10/16

Cateogry 10+ Points 20+ Points 10+ Rebounds

16-17 17 3 4

Career 32 3 4

Dunks Fouled Out P-R Double-Doubles P-A Double-Doubles

20 1 3 -

58 2 3 -

Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder Assist Leader

8 11 1

14 17 1

2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-11 N-13 N-16 N-20 N-23 N-24 N-25 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-10 D-17 D-22 D-28 J-1 J-4 J-8 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-24 J-29 F-1 F-4 F-9 F-12 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-25 M-3 M-4 M-5 M-17 M-19

Opponent S. CAROLINA ST. LONG BEACH ST. TULSA EASTERN SHORE vs. LSU vs. Louisville vs. Michigan St. SO. NAZARENE at Colorado St. SAINT LOUIS at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA ST. S. DAKOTA ST. at Indiana St. ^ BRADLEY ^ DRAKE ^ at No. Iowa ^ LOYOLA ^ at Illinois St.^ at Evansville ^ INDIANA ST. ^ SO. ILLINOIS ^ at Bradley ^ at Drake ^ ILLINOIS ST. ^ MISSOURI ST. ^ at Loyola at So. Illinois ^ NO. IOWA ^ EVANSVILLE ^ at Missouri St. ^ vs. Bradley % vs. Missouri St. % vs. Illinois St. % vs. Dayton $ vs. Kentucky $

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min 11 17 10 15 16 30 10 14 21 16 30 16 DNP DNP 13 15 7 13 20 22 21 18 13 23 21 19 21 22 11 19 25 14 26 20 14 28

fg fga 3p 3pa ft fta reb pf ast to blk stl 3 3 0 0 2 2 3 3 1 2 1 1 2 2 0 0 1 2 3 4 0 2 4 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 1 0 1 1 3 1 1 3 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 9 0 1 1 2 6 3 1 1 0 0 5 13 0 1 0 0 4 2 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 2 1 5 0 0 0 0 7 10 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 6 9 1 2 0 1 6 4 1 1 1 0 4 7 0 0 0 0 7 3 1 0 0 0 3 6 0 0 1 2 6 2 2 0 5 0 1 2 0 0 2 2 1 2 0 1 2 0

pts 8 5 8 6 5 10 2 15 13 8 7 4

2 6 1 1 3 5 6 3 1 5 4 5 4 6 3 5 8 2 6 2 4 5

5 13 2 3 6 17 24 10 2 10 11 13 10 12 8 18 20 4 21 4 10 11

7 11 4 3 6 11 10 7 3 12 7 8 7 11 7 9 11 3 12 3 7 10

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

1 1 2 1 2 7 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 5 6 6 10 12 15 8 3 3 6 0 0 3 0 1 11 3 4 11 3 3 4 2 2 9 0 0 7 2 2 5 8 9 5 4 4 5 0 1 1 9 10 7 0 0 10 2 4 6 1 2 8

1 2 3 1 3 2 2 1 1 3 0 1 4 2 3 1 0 3 1 3 4 3

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

0 1 0 3 2 0 0 4 3 2 2 1 4 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 2

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

1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

MORRIS' CAREER TOTALS Season 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

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RS-Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior TOTALS

GP 33 34 34

GS 1 29 23

Min Avg 420 12.7 530 15.6 611 18.0

FG 61 94 125

FGA % 3FG 112 .545 0 166 .566 0 239 .523 4

FGA % 1 .000 0 .000 14 .286

FT 34 42 71

FTA 53 64 90

% .642 .656 .789

Off 26 42 41

Def 60 79 131

Tot 86 121 172

Avg 2.6 3.6 5.1

PF 92 95 80

FO 0 1 1

A 11 13 36

TO 30 25 40

Blk 26 35 35

Stl 9 11 12

Pts 156 230 325

Avg 4.7 6.8 9.6

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1561 15.5

280

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147

207

.710

109

270

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267

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60

95

96

32

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.542

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RETURNING LETTERMEN lowing him to play harder for longer stretches… Winner of the Most Improved Player Award at the team’s end of the season celebration, as voted by the WSU coaching staff… Scored in double-digits 11 times, averaging 6.8 points, 3.6 rebounds and just over a block per game in 15.6 minutes… Ranked third in the Missouri Valley Conference in total blocks (35)... Finished the year with a .566 shooting percentage – one of the five-highest ever record by a Shocker underclassman… During MVC play, ranked third on the team at 7.8 points… In 18 MVC games, posted the league’s third-highest field goal percentage (.583) and third-highest blocked shot total (17)… Finished with a team-high 22 dunks… Started the final 29 games after a lackluster start to the season, in which he totaled just 10 points through the first five games and did not see action in a Nov. 27 loss to Alabama in the Advocare Invitational… Following starting center Anton Grady’s spinal concussion injury in the Alabama game, took his game to another level, erupting for 11 points in 24 minutes off the bench against Iowa on Nov. 29… Earned a starting nod on Dec. 5 at Saint Louis and chipped in 12 points on 6-of-7 shooting to go with six rebounds… Maintained the starting role, even after Grady’s Dec. 19 return, and the two formed a lethal platoon at the center position (In 18 MVC games: 15.4 points, 7.8 rebounds and 1.8 blocks in 31.4 combined minutes)… Played his best stretch of basketball between Jan. 20 and Feb. 9, scoring in double-figures six times in seven games while averaging 11.1 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.1 blocks… During that stretch, scored a season-high 13 in a Feb. 3 home win over Southern Illinois that extended WSU’s lead in the Valley standings to four games… Set a WSU MVC Tournament record with six blocks in the quarterfinal win over Loyola and also established a new program-best for most blocks in a single MVC Tournament (8)… Swatted at least one shot in seven-straight games from Feb. 21 to March 17 with 16 total over that stretch… Played a career-high 25 minutes in the NCAA Second Round loss to Miami, finishing with a line of 12 points, six rebounds and two steals… 2014-15 (Redshirt Freshman): A member of the Missouri Valley Conference All-Bench team after averaging 4.7 points and 2.6 rebounds… Recorded the second-highest field goal percentage ever by a Shocker freshman, connecting on 54.5 percent of his attempts (61-of-112)… Reached double-figures in scoring on three occasions, topped by a 17-point effort at Southern Illinois on Feb. 17 in which he hit 7-of-8 shots… Also matched his season rebounding high in the win at SIU, snagging seven caroms… Was left behind when the team traveled to Des Moines on Dec. 31 because of poor practice habits but used it as motivation in the days ahead… Scored nine points and blocked three shots in his first game back on Jan. 4 and followed it up with a 10-point, seven-rebound effort against Bradley, signaling the beginning of a second half surge… Led the team with 20 blocks in 17 MVC appearances… Ranked seventh in the MVC in total blocks (all games) with 26 – the fourth-highest total every by a Shocker freshman - and was eighth in blocks per game (0.8) despite playing just 12.7 minutes per contest… 2013-14 (Freshman): Spent a redshirt year sculpting his body with strength coach Kerry Rosenboom to better prepare for Division I basketball… Made big strides with his conditioning, allowing him to sprint more in transition and contribute on both ends of the floor. High School: Helped Edmond Memorial HS to the Oklahoma Class 6A state championship as a senior in 2012-13… Averaged 20 points and 8.7 rebounds and was named The Daily Oklahoman Big All-City Player of the Year… Earned Most Valuable Player honors in the Faith 7 Basketball Bowl in Shawnee, Okla., after he scored 20 points, had nine rebounds and five blocks in Oklahoma’s 101-95 win over Texas… Signed with WSU in the fall of his senior year… OKHoops.com ranked him the No. 5 senior in Oklahoma ... Rivals.com rated him a two-star prospect on a five-star scale.Transferred from Edmond Santa Fe, where he averaged 13.6 points and eight rebounds as a junior… Helped Santa Fe to the state semifinals in back-to-back seasons as a sophomore and junior… Personal: Son of Gerald Morris and Keith Nobine & Tonya Taylor... Has four brothers: Anthony, Dominic, Gerald and Jermain, and one sister, Cara... Born Feb. 23, 1994 in Houston, Texas... Recruited by Oral Roberts and Lamar, among many others.

2015-16 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-14 N-18 N-23 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-9 D-13 D-16 D-22 D-23 D-25 D-31 J-4 J-7 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-25 J-28 J-31 F-4 F-7 F-11 F-14 F-17 F-22 F-25 F-28 M-6 M-7 M-20 M-22 M-26

Opponent gs min fg fga 3p 3pa ft ftm reb NEW MEXICO ST. 12 4 6 0 0 1 3 4 vs. Memphis 16 2 2 0 0 2 3 3 NEWMAN * 11 3 5 0 0 0 0 5 TULSA 11 1 2 0 0 2 2 1 at Utah 15 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 SAINT LOUIS 12 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 SETON HALL 13 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 at Detroit 9 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 ALABAMA 8 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 vs. LMU 12 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 vs. Hawaii 5 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 vs. G. Washington DNP at Drake^ DNP ILLINOIS ST.^ 10 2 4 0 0 5 7 0 BRADLEY^ 20 5 8 0 0 0 1 7 at Loyola^ 15 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 SO. ILLINOIS^ 11 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 at Evansville^ 15 3 5 0 0 3 4 3 at Missouri St.^ 10 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 DRAKE^ 15 4 6 0 0 1 2 3 LOYOLA^ 13 0 1 0 0 1 4 5 at No. Iowa^ 13 3 3 0 0 0 0 3 at Bradley^ 18 2 4 0 0 1 4 4 MISSOURI ST.^ 15 4 7 0 0 2 2 4 INDIANA ST.^ 11 2 5 0 0 0 0 3 at Illinois St.^ 17 0 0 0 0 2 2 5 at So. Illinois^ 15 7 8 0 0 3 4 7 EVANSVILLE^ 9 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 at Indiana St.^ 17 3 6 0 0 0 0 2 NO. IOWA^ 6 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 vs So. Illinois-c 20 4 7 0 0 0 1 3 vs Illinois St.-c 23 2 5 0 0 0 0 4 vs Indiana-n 7 2 2 0 0 4 4 1 vs Kansas-n 10 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 vs Notre Dame-n 6 1 1 0 0 0 0 1

pf ast to blk stl pts 2 1 2 0 0 9 4 1 1 2 0 6 4 3 1 0 0 6 3 0 1 0 0 4 3 1 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 2 1 3 1 4 3 2 4 4 2 3 3 2 1 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 3

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

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

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

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

9 10 3 2 9 0 9 1 6 5 10 4 2 17 0 6 4 8 4 8 0 2

2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-14 N-18 N-23 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-9 D-13 D-16 D-22 D-23 D-25 D-31 J-4 J-7 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-25 J-28 J-31 F-4 F-7 F-11 F-14 F-17 F-22 F-25 F-28 M-6 M-7 M-20 M-22 M-26

Opponent gs min fg fga 3p 3pa ft ftm reb NEW MEXICO ST. 12 4 6 0 0 1 3 4 vs. Memphis 16 2 2 0 0 2 3 3 NEWMAN * 11 3 5 0 0 0 0 5 TULSA 11 1 2 0 0 2 2 1 at Utah 15 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 SAINT LOUIS 12 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 SETON HALL 13 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 at Detroit 9 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 ALABAMA 8 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 vs. LMU 12 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 vs. Hawaii 5 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 vs. G. Washington DNP at Drake^ DNP ILLINOIS ST.^ 10 2 4 0 0 5 7 0 BRADLEY^ 20 5 8 0 0 0 1 7 at Loyola^ 15 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 SO. ILLINOIS^ 11 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 at Evansville^ 15 3 5 0 0 3 4 3 at Missouri St.^ 10 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 DRAKE^ 15 4 6 0 0 1 2 3 LOYOLA^ 13 0 1 0 0 1 4 5 at No. Iowa^ 13 3 3 0 0 0 0 3 at Bradley^ 18 2 4 0 0 1 4 4 MISSOURI ST.^ 15 4 7 0 0 2 2 4 INDIANA ST.^ 11 2 5 0 0 0 0 3 at Illinois St.^ 17 0 0 0 0 2 2 5 at So. Illinois^ 15 7 8 0 0 3 4 7 EVANSVILLE^ 9 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 at Indiana St.^ 17 3 6 0 0 0 0 2 NO. IOWA^ 6 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 vs So. Illinois-c 20 4 7 0 0 0 1 3 vs Illinois St.-c 23 2 5 0 0 0 0 4 vs Indiana-n 7 2 2 0 0 4 4 1 vs Kansas-n 10 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 vs Notre Dame-n 6 1 1 0 0 0 0 1

pf ast to blk stl pts 2 1 2 0 0 9 4 1 1 2 0 6 4 3 1 0 0 6 3 0 1 0 0 4 3 1 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 2 1 3 1 4 3 2 4 4 2 3 3 2 1 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 3

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

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

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

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

9 10 3 2 9 0 9 1 6 5 10 4 2 17 0 6 4 8 4 8 0 2

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RETURNING LETTERMEN

2016-17 Missouri Valley Conference All-Bench Team

20 NURGER Rauno

6-10 | 232 | Sr. | Center | 3L Keila, Estonia • Audentese Spordi Gumnaasium Sunrise Christian Academy [Kan.] OVERVIEW

CAREER HIGHS

2017-18 (Senior): MVC All-Bench Team as a junior. Veteran team defender and wall-builder with a knack for finding the right spots. Lane lurker who takes charges and mucks up offensive movement. Effective screen-setter who can pick and pop from three. Gentle giant. Gained confidence in his third year and formed an effective platoon with Shaq Morris.

“He's a skill guy who's gotten a lot stronger this summer. He understands our system really well. He can move and change directions very well for a big guy. The game slowed down for him last year, and I was glad to see him have some success, because he has worked so hard." --Gregg Marshall

2016-17 (Junior): MVC All-Bench Team selection… Appeared in all 36 games with five starts… Averaged 5.0 points and 2.7 rebounds in 14.1 minutes… Ranked third on the team with 15 blocks… Played with much greater confidence in his third season of college basketball, exceeding his combined freshman and sophomore scoring total by mid-January… First Shocker off the bench in 15 games… Effective screener and three-point sniper (13-of-28, .464)… Seven double-figure scoring games… Scored a team-high 14 points in just 16 minutes in the season opener against South Carolina State (Nov. 11)… Had 12 points and played a season-high 25 minutes before fouling out in the Battle 4 Atlantis third-place game against Michigan State (Nov. 25)… Made his first career start Nov. 29 against Southern Nazarene and held down the starting center job through Dec. 17… Scored just five points in five games as a starter, spanning 71 minutes, but exceled after his return to the bench. Over the next five contests, was 18-of-20 from the field and averaged 7.2 points… Averaged 5.7 points and 3.1 rebounds in 18 MVC games while shooting 56.9 percent from the floor… Played seven minutes in the MVC opener at Indiana State but registered a season-high four blocks… Reached double-figures for the first time ever in an MVC game with 10 points and five boards against Bradley (Jan. 1) and repeated the feat seven days later at UNI (13 points on 6-of-7 shooting)… Scored 12 points at Evansville (Jan. 17), 10 against Missouri State (Feb. 9) and 12 at Southern Illinois (Feb. 15)… Logged 10 points in 30 minutes in three MVC Tournament games, including three points in the championship game against Illinois State… Averaged 3.0 points, 5.0 rebounds in 10.0 minutes in WSU’s two NCAA Tournament contests… Finished with four points, seven rebounds and a block in 12 minutes during the first round win over Dayton. 2015-16 (Sophomore): Had planned to redshirt the 2015-16 season while focusing on strength and skill development but was forced into duty after an injury to senior Anton Grady on Nov. 27… Removed his redshirt in the season’s sixth game (Nov. 29 vs. Iowa)… Averaged 1.6 points and 1.2 rebounds in 7.6 minutes per game… Came up big for the Shockers during the NCAA Tournament… With the WSU frontcourt in foul trouble, matched his

Opponent Points Rebounds Field Goals FG Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Pt Attempts Free Throws FT Attempts Assists Steals Blocks Minutes

15 7 6 9 2 4 5 7 4 1 4 25

MISCELLANEOUS

Opponent Date SAINT LOUIS 12/6/14 vs. Dayton 3/17/17 at Northern Iowa 1/8/17 2x, Last: at So. Illinois 2/15/17 3x, Last: MO. ST. 2/9/17 SAINT LOUIS 12/6/14 2x, Last: SC STATE 11/11/16 at Hawaii (ot) 12/23/14 SO. NAZARENE 11/29/16 8x, Last: vs. Bradley 3/3/17 at Indiana St. 12/28/16 vs. Michigan St. 11/25/16

Cateogry 10+ Points 20+ Points 10+ Rebounds

16-17 7 -

Career 8 -

Dunks Fouled Out P-R Double-Doubles P-A Double-Doubles

6 1 -

8 1 -

Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder Assist Leader

1 2 -

1 2 -

2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-11 N-13 N-16 N-20 N-23 N-24 N-25 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-10 D-17 D-22 D-28 J-1 J-4 J-8 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-24 J-29 F-1 F-4 F-9 F-12 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-25 M-3 M-4 M-5 M-17 M-19

Opponent S. CAROLINA ST. LONG BEACH ST. TULSA EASTERN SHORE vs. LSU vs. Louisville vs. Michigan St. SO. NAZARENE at Colorado St. SAINT LOUIS at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA ST. S. DAKOTA ST. at Indiana St. ^ BRADLEY ^ DRAKE ^ at No. Iowa ^ LOYOLA ^ at Illinois St.^ at Evansville ^ INDIANA ST. ^ SO. ILLINOIS ^ at Bradley ^ at Drake ^ ILLINOIS ST. ^ MISSOURI ST. ^ at Loyola at So. Illinois ^ NO. IOWA ^ EVANSVILLE ^ at Missouri St. ^ vs. Bradley % vs. Missouri St. % vs. Illinois St. % vs. Dayton $ vs. Kentucky $

gs min 16 17 23 16 11 14 25 * 18 * 19 * 16 * 7 * 11 11 7 17 19 23 20 14 16 16 10 19 18 14 13 11 15 8 8 6 11 9 10 12 8

fg fga 3p 3pa ft fta reb pf ast to blk stl 4 6 1 2 5 5 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 4 6 4 2 0 1 0 0 3 4 1 2 2 3 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 5 2 3 1 2 3 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 5 1 0 1 0 0 4 5 1 1 3 4 2 5 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 2 1 3 4 2 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 0 3 4 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 4 0 4 5 0 0 2 3 5 0 1 0 0 1 2 3 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 6 7 1 1 0 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 6 3 2 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 2 0 5 7 1 1 1 2 3 2 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 2 4 3 1 1 0 1 0 2 4 1 2 2 2 5 2 1 0 0 0 2 4 0 1 2 2 3 2 1 1 0 1 4 7 0 2 0 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 4 5 2 2 0 0 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 5 9 1 2 1 2 4 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 3 1 1 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 1 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 4 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 7 1 1 2 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 0

pts 14 4 9 4 7 3 12 3 0 0 0 2 4 4 10 5 13 2 3 12 4 7 6 8 2 10 2 12 0 2 0 5 2 3 4 2

NURGER'S CAREER TOTALS Season 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

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Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior TOTALS

GP 24 28 36

GS 0 0 5

Min Avg 212 8.8 214 7.6 508 14.1

FG 18 16 64

FGA % 3FG 38 .474 5 38 .421 1 122 .525 13

FGA % 18 .278 12 .083 28 .464

FT 14 11 39

FTA 20 18 54

% .700 .611 .722

Off 8 12 21

Def 20 22 77

Tot 28 34 98

Avg 1.2 1.2 2.7

PF 29 37 64

FO 0 0 1

A 4 2 23

TO 8 8 29

Blk 9 7 15

Stl 3 2 3

Pts 55 44 180

Avg 2.3 1.6 5.0

88

5

934

98

198

58

64

92

.696

41

119

160

1.8

130

1

29

45

31

8

279

3.2

10.6

.495

19

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pf ast to blk stl pts

season-high with six points, grabbed three rebounds and tallied a block in 17 minutes to key a First Four win over a Vanderbilt team that played two seven-footers… Performed well two nights later against a large Arizona front line with one point and a pair of boards in 13 minutes, while playing effective defense… During the regular season, scored six first-half points to key a win at Saint Louis (Dec. 5)…

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2014-15 (Freshman): Impressed in short spurts early in the season… Appeared in 24 games off the bench, averaging 2.3 points and 1.2 rebounds in 8.8 minutes… Erupted for a season-high 15 points on 5-of-9 shooting against Saint Louis on Dec. 6 at INTRUST Bank Arena – a performance that included two treys… Twice hit his season-high of four rebounds on Nov. 23 against Newman and on Feb. 7 against Missouri State… Had four points in his collegiate debut against New Mexico State on Nov. 11 and played a season-high 20 minutes… Missed three weeks of early season practice with a stress reaction in his foot… Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

4 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 3 0

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2015-16 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-13 N-17 N-21 N-26 N-27 N-29 D-05 D-09 D-12 D-19 D-22 D-31 J-03 J-06 J-09 J-13 J-17 J-20 J-23 J-27 J-31 F-03 F-06 F-09 F-13 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-24 F-27 M-04 M-05 M-15 M-17 M-19

Opponent gs min fg fga 3p 3pa ft ftm reb CHARLESTON SO. DNP at Tulsa DNP EMPORIA ST. DNP vs So. California DNP vs Alabama DNP vs Iowa 9 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 at Saint Louis 12 3 6 0 2 0 0 2 UNLV 11 1 3 0 1 0 0 2 UTAH 9 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 at Seton Hall 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 NEVADA 7 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 DRAKE 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 at Bradley 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EVANSVILLE DNP at So. Illinois 8 1 4 1 2 0 0 1 at Missouri St. 20 2 4 0 1 0 0 3 INDIANA ST. 4 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 at No. Iowa 8 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 BRADLEY 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 LOYOLA CHICAGO 11 0 0 0 0 3 5 2 at Evansville 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 SO. ILLINOIS 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Illinois St. DNP at Drake 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 NO. IOWA 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 NEW MEXICO ST. 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 MISSOURI ST. 5 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 at Indiana St. 5 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 at Loyola Chicago 7 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 ILLINOIS ST. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 vs Loyola Chicago 5 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 vs No. Iowa 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 vs Vanderbilt 17 2 3 0 1 2 2 3 vs Arizona 13 0 1 0 1 1 2 2 vs Miami (FL) 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Prep School: Averaged 10 points and 9 rebounds for the post graduate team at Sunrise Christian Academy in nearby Bel Aire, Kan… Teammates with fellow Shocker freshman Zach Brown… Originally signed with Mississippi but was released from his letter of intent following a coaching change... Committed to WSU in the early summer of 2014. High School: Played on Estonia’s national team at the 2013 FIBA U-20 European Championships, averaging 10.3 points and 5.7 rebounds in nine games… Collected season-highs of 39 points and 17 rebounds… Personal: Born Nov. 24, 1993 in Keila, Estonia… Son of Ranno and Marja Nurger… Has three brothers… Majoring in Sport Management.

2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-14 N-18 N-23 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-9 D-13 D-16 D-22 D-23 D-25 D-31 J-4 J-7 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-25 J-28 J-31 F-4 F-7 F-11 F-14 F-17 F-22 F-25 F-28 M-6 M-7 M-20 M-22 M-26

Opponent gs min fg fga 3p 3pa ft ftm reb NEW MEXICO ST. 20 2 3 0 1 0 0 1 vs. Memphis 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 NEWMAN 18 3 5 1 2 0 2 4 TULSA 13 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 at Utah 11 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 SAINT LOUIS 15 5 9 2 4 3 3 1 SETON HALL 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Detroit 7 1 3 0 1 0 0 3 ALABAMA 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 vs. LMU 8 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 vs. Hawaii 17 0 1 0 1 5 7 2 vs. G. Washington 16 2 4 1 3 0 0 1 at Drake^ 12 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 ILLINOIS ST.^ DNP BRADLEY^ DNP at Loyola^ DNP SO. ILLINOIS^ 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 at Evansville^ 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 at Missouri St.^ 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 DRAKE^ 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 LOYOLA^ 11 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 at No. Iowa^ 5 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 at Bradley^ 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 MISSOURI ST.^ 9 2 3 1 2 0 0 4 INDIANA ST.^ 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Illinois St.^ DNP at So. Illinois^ 8 0 0 0 0 4 4 1 EVANSVILLE^ DNP at Indiana St.^ DNP NO. IOWA^ DNP vs So. Illinois-c 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 vs Illinois St.-c DNP vs Indiana-n DNP vs Kansas-n DNP vs Notre Dame-n DNP

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21 WILLIS

2016-17 Missouri Valley Conference All-Newcomer Team

Darral

Jr.

6-9 | 225 | Sr. | Forward | 1L Madison, Wisc. • Memorial HS • Pearl River (Miss.) CC OVERVIEW

CAREER HIGHS

2017-18 (Senior): Unorthodox, yet effective lefty scorer Potential breakout candidate in his second year with the team. Had a productive summer, expanding his offensive repertoire and knowledge Physical specimen who can play the 4 or 5. 2016-17 (Junior): Versatile scorer and post defender ... The ninth JUCO All-American to play for Gregg Marshall at WSU... Made the MVC’s All-Newcomer team… Appeared in all 36 games with 14 starts… Ranked third on the team in points (9.8) and second in both rebounds (5.1) and blocks (29) while averaging 16.4 minutes… 18 double-figure scoring games, with 13 of those coming over a 16-game stretch between Dec. 6 and Jan. 29… Topped 20 points on two occasions… Registered three double-doubles… Excelled at getting to the foul line and knocked down 74 percent of his attempts (99-of-134)… Shot at a .538 clip from the field… First career double-double came Dec. 17 when he scored 24 points and grabbed a season-high 13 rebounds against Oklahoma State at INTRUST Bank Arena… The performance versus OSU included a 14-of-17 performance at the foul line (second-most makes by a Shocker in the last 25 seasons)… Tallied a double-double at Indiana State (Dec. 28) when he scored a season-high 25 points to go with 10 rebounds. It was the first double-double and highest scoring total by a Shocker in an MVC debut in over four decades… Returned to a reserve role in February and March and averaged just 11 minutes per game the rest of the way… Had a big performance against UNI on Feb. 18, finishing with 14 points and 11 rebounds… Scored 32 points and cleared 21 boards in 37 minutes during WSU’s three MVC Tournament wins (an average of 10.7 points, 7.0 rebounds)… Averaged 3.0 points and 2.0 rebounds in 11.0 minutes in two NCAA Tournament games. Junior College: An NJCAA Third Team All-American in 2015-16 for Pearl River (Miss.) Community College in Poplarville, Miss… Chose WSU over Arizona State and also had offers from Marquette, LSU, Oklahoma State and Mississippi State… In two seasons at PRCC, led the Wildcats to back-to-back MACJC South Division championships and 41 wins… Averaged 18.4 points and 10.8 rebounds as a sophomore with 15 double-doubles in 25 games… As a freshman, averaged 13.8 points and 7.1 rebounds for a team that finished 25-5 and won the MACJC state title… Was voted All-Region 23 and All-MCJC South Division… Coached by Chris Oney High School: Enjoyed a breakout season as a high school senior at Madison Memorial, where he was a Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Division I All-State selection and conference player of the year in 2014… Was a fourth-team All-State (all classes) selection by the Wisconsin Associated Press… Averaged 17.3 points and led Memorial High to a conference title. Personal: Darrlyn Willis, Jr… Born Jan. 21, 1996 in Madison, Wisc… Son of Darrlyn Willis Sr. and Wendy Buckinghan… Has two brothers and three sisters

Category Points Rebounds Field Goals FG Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Pt Attempts Free Throws FT Attempts Assists Steals Blocks Minutes

25 13 9 19 1 14 17 3 2 4 32

MISCELLANEOUS

Opponent at Indiana St. OKLAHOMA ST. at Indiana St. at Indiana St.

Date 12/28/16 12/17/16 12/28/16 12/28/16

at Indiana St. OKLAHOMA ST. OKLAHOMA ST. at Indiana St. 4x, Last: INDIANA ST. EVANSVILLE at Indiana St.

12/28/16 12/17/16 12/17/16 12/28/16 1/21/17 2/21/17 12/28/16

Cateogry 10+ Points 20+ Points 10+ Rebounds

16-17 19 2 3

Career 19 2 3

Dunks Fouled Out P-R Double-Doubles P-A Double-Doubles

9 3 -

9 3 -

Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder Assist Leader

7 11 -

7 11 -

2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-11 N-13 N-16 N-20 N-23 N-24 N-25 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-10 D-17 D-22 D-28 J-1 J-4 J-8 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-24 J-29 F-1 F-4 F-9 F-12 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-25 M-3 M-4 M-5 M-17 M-19

Opponent S. CAROLINA ST. LONG BEACH ST. TULSA EASTERN SHORE vs. LSU vs. Louisville vs. Michigan St. SO. NAZARENE at Colorado St. SAINT LOUIS at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA ST. S. DAKOTA ST. at Indiana St. ^ BRADLEY ^ DRAKE ^ at No. Iowa ^ LOYOLA ^ at Illinois St.^ at Evansville ^ INDIANA ST. ^ SO. ILLINOIS ^ at Bradley ^ at Drake ^ ILLINOIS ST. ^ MISSOURI ST. ^ at Loyola at So. Illinois ^ NO. IOWA ^ EVANSVILLE ^ at Missouri St. ^ vs. Bradley % vs. Missouri St. % vs. Illinois St. % vs. Dayton $ vs. Kentucky $

FT 99

FTA 134

% .739

Off 64

99

134

.739

64

gs min 18 16 18 15 17 12 20 16 * 16 * 18 * 23 * 30 * 25 * 32 * 19 * 17 * 17 * 16 * 32 * 18 * 18 16 * 17 7 12 14 6 5 19 12 12 14 10 13 14 8

fg 2 3 7 3 4 1 6 3 2 5 4 5 7 9 5 5 2 5 6 4 0 7 2 0 3 4 0 2 4 4 2 4 2 3 1 1

fga 4 4 13 4 10 4 11 5 5 8 7 7 8 19 7 11 5 6 13 6 4 8 6 2 4 8 2 4 8 8 3 8 3 5 2 4

3p 3pa ft fta reb 0 0 4 6 4 0 0 3 4 5 0 0 2 2 7 0 0 5 6 4 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 1 2 4 0 0 4 6 6 0 0 5 6 9 0 0 2 2 4 0 0 2 4 5 0 0 4 6 7 0 0 14 17 13 0 0 0 1 9 0 1 7 9 10 0 0 5 6 2 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 2 3 9 0 0 3 7 3 0 0 4 6 2 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 6 7 11 0 0 3 4 5 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 9 10 7 0 0 2 2 7 0 0 3 4 7 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 1

pf ast to blk stl 2 1 1 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 3 2 3 0 2 4 2 2 0 2 3 0 1 1 0 4 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 4 0 4 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 2 3 2 2 0 2 0 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 3 1 0 3 1 2 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 3 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 2 4 1 2 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 4 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 2 1 1 0 3 0 3 0 0 2 0 2 3 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0

pts 8 9 16 11 8 3 16 11 6 12 12 24 14 25 15 10 6 10 14 11 4 15 4 0 6 10 0 4 14 11 6 17 6 9 4 2

Def 120

Tot 184

Avg 5.1

PF 87

FO 0

A 23

TO 54

Blk 29

Stl 15

Pts 353

Avg 9.8

120

184

5.1

87

0

23

54

29

15

353

9.8

WILLIS' CAREER TOTALS Season 2016-17 2017-18

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Junior Senior TOTALS

GP 36

GS 14

Min Avg 592 16.4

FG 127

FGA % 3FG 236 .538 0

36

14

592

127

236

16.4

.538

0

FGA % 1 .000 1

.000


RETURNING LETTERMEN

10 MALONE Kaelen

6-0 | 168 | Jr. | Guard | 1L McKinney, Texas • McKinney Christian HS • Westwind Prep [Ariz.] • McLennan College [Texas] OVERVIEW

CAREER HIGHS

2017-18 (Junior): Second-year walk-on who knows the system well Responsible for running many of the scout teams during practice Student of the game who has grown up around high-level basketball Pesky on-ball defender Protects the basketball 2016-17 (Sophomore): Walk-on point guard who joined the program after a year at JUCO power McLennan (Texas)... Appeared in 16 games in his first season as a Shocker… Totaled seven points, five rebounds and three assists in 33 minutes of action… Logged a season-high four minutes on three separate occasions against South Carolina State (Nov. 11), Eastern Shore (Nov. 20) and Southern Illinois (Jan. 24)… Had field goals against Long Beach State (Nov. 13), Eastern Shore (Nov. 20) and Oklahoma State (Dec. 17)… Tallied his first point in conference play with a free throw in the Jan. 21 home win over Southern Illinois. Previous School: Played the 2015-16 season at McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas and helped the team to a 27-5 finish and a No. 9 national ranking… Team reached the NJCAA National Tournament for the first time in 18 years and advanced to the second round… Appeared in 24 games off the bench… A 78 percent free throw shooter… Finished the year with a 1.4 assist-to-turnover ratio. Prep School: Averaged 18.4 points and 8.0 assists per game in 2013-14 at Westwind Preparatory Academy in Phoenix, Arizona… High School: An all-district performer and TAPPS 3A Second Team All-State selection in 2011-12 for McKinney Christian Academy… Led team to the district playoffs for just the second time in school history…Three-time Pangos All-American Camp invitee … Two-time Reebok Breakout Camp Invitee … Earned three varsity letters in basketball and one in track, where he was an all-region performer… Honor roll student… Captain of his club team the TX Bluechips Navy under head coach A.Q. Anderson Sr. Personal: Kaelen Carrington Malone... Born July 4, 1995… in Dallas, Texas… Son of Mitch Malone and Lorna Tucker-Malone … Mother was a two-year captain on the University of Kansas track & field team and won indoor and outdoor conference titles in the 1,600-meter relay… Born in Dallas, Texas … Youngest of four siblings… Has two brothers, Antoine and Ryan, and one sister, Brazgette .. Plans to major in communications… Chose WSU because of its family environment and winning tradition.

Category Points Rebounds Field Goals FG Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Pt Attempts Free Throws FT Attempts Assists Steals Blocks Minutes

MISCELLANEOUS

2 1 1 2

Opponent 3x, Last: OKLA. ST. 5x, Last: IND. ST. 3x, Last: OKLA. ST. MDES

Date 12/17/16 1/21/17 12/17/16 11/20/16

1 1 2 1

3x, Last: IND. ST. INDIANA ST. INDIANA ST. 3x, Last: IND. ST.

1/21/17 1/21/17 1/21/17 1/21/17

Cateogry 10+ Points 20+ Points 10+ Rebounds

4 3x, Last: SO. ILLINOIS 1/24/17

16-17 -

Career -

Dunks Fouled Out P-R Double-Doubles P-A Double-Doubles

-

-

Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder Assist Leader

-

-

2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-11 N-13 N-16 N-20 N-23 N-24 N-25 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-10 D-17 D-22 D-28 J-1 J-4 J-8 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-24 J-29 F-1 F-4 F-9 F-12 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-25 M-3 M-4 M-5 M-17 M-19

Opponent gs min fg fga 3p 3pa ft fta reb pf ast to blk stl pts S. CAROLINA ST. 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 LONG BEACH ST. 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 TULSA DNP EASTERN SHORE 4 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 vs. LSU 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 vs. Louisville DNP vs. Michigan St. DNP SO. NAZARENE 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 at Colorado St. DNP SAINT LOUIS 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Oklahoma DNP OKLAHOMA ST. 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 S. DAKOTA ST. DNP at Indiana St. ^ DNP BRADLEY ^ 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 DRAKE ^ 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at No. Iowa ^ 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LOYOLA ^ DNP at Illinois St.^ DNP at Evansville ^ DNP INDIANA ST. ^ 3 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 SO. ILLINOIS ^ 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 at Bradley ^ DNP at Drake ^ DNP ILLINOIS ST. ^ 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MISSOURI ST. ^ 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Loyola DNP at So. Illinois ^ DNP NO. IOWA ^ 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EVANSVILLE ^ 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Missouri St. ^ DNP vs. Bradley % DNP vs. Missouri St. % DNP vs. Illinois St. % DNP vs. Dayton $ DNP vs. Kentucky $ DNP

MALONE'S CAREER TOTALS Season 2016-17 2017-18

Sophomore Junior TOTALS

GP 16

GS 0

Min 33

Avg 2.1

FG 3

16

0

33

2.1

3

FGA % 3FG 9 .333 0 9

.333

0

FGA % 3 .000 3

.000

FT 1

FTA 2

% .500

Off 2

Def 3

Tot 5

Avg 0.3

PF 3

FO 0

A 3

TO 2

Blk 0

Stl 0

Pts 7

Avg 0.4

1

2

.500

2

3

5

0.3

3

0

3

2

0

0

7

0.4

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RETURNING LETTERMEN 2016-17 First Team All-Missouri Valley Conference NABC First Team All-District 16 • Battle 4 Atlantis All-Tournament Team WSU Banquet Honor: Xavier McDaniel Rebounding Award

32 MCDUFFIE Markis

2015-16 Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year MVC All-Newcomer Team MVC All-Bench Team

6-8 | 203 | Jr. | Forward | HS Paterson, N.J. • St. Anthony’s HS

MVC All-Freshman Team

OVERVIEW

CAREER HIGHS

2017-18 (Junior): 2017 1st Team All-MVC selection, 2016 MVC Freshman of the Year. Will miss most of the non-conference season while recovering from a stress fracture. Nicknamed “Gumby” – uses length and flexibility to his advantage Defensive stalwart whose size and quickness allow him to switch screens and guard players of different sizes and skills. Unique combo of intensity and youthful exuberance. Can drive, shoot from the perimeter, or score with his back to the basket. Tested the NBA draft waters for five weeks last summer but withdrew A year younger than many of his fellow juniors – he turned 20 in September. Enters his junior season with 667 career points, 315 rebounds and 69 steals... Two more years at that pace would put him 16th on the all-time scoring list, 22nd in rebounds and ninth in steals. “He’s a live athlete, can score at all three levels and plays with tremendous energy.” --Gregg Marshall 2016-17 (Sophomore): First team All-Missouri Valley Conference… NABC First Team All-District 16… Team’s leading scorer (11.5) and rebounder (5.7)… First WSU underclassmen in 23 years to lead the team in both categories… WSU’s first underclassman scoring leader since 2003 (Randy Burns)… Appeared in all 36 games with 27 starts and averaged 25.5 minutes… Ranked fourth in the MVC in free throw percentage (.819)… Team-high 42 steals was the seventh-highest underclassman total in program history… Scored in double-figures on 23 occasions (tied with Landy Shamet for most on the team)… A consistent contributor -- paced the team in points for the year, but finished as leading scorer in just five of the 36 contests… Won WSU’s Xavier McDaniel Rebounding Award at the postseason banquet... Scored in double-figures in all three Battle 4 Atlantis games and repped the Shockers on the all-tournament team... Career-high five steals on Dec. 22 against South Dakota State... Was 9-of-11 from the field with 22 points in the MVC opener at Indiana State (Dec. 28)…First career double-double came against Drake (Jan. 4) when he logged 10 points and 11 boards… Had the highest scoring output of any Shocker in 2016-17 with a career-high 26 points on 4-of-5 three-point shooting against Loyola (Jan. 11)... Went 8-for-12 with 20 points in a 42-point rout of Southern Illinois (Jan. 24)… Recorded back-to-back 14-rebound performances midway through the conference slate in road wins at Bradley (Jan. 29) and Drake (Feb. 1). It was the most by a Shocker in a two-game span since 1998... Nearly recorded a rare rebound-assist double-double at Drake, finishing with eight assists and 14 rebounds (with just three points)... Averaged 13.3 points, 6.3 rebounds and 2.0 steals in WSU’s three MVC Tournament wins... Had 16 points in the MVC Tournament final against Illinois State and was 11-of-11 at the foul line, setting WSU conference tournament records for free throw percentage and total makes... Averaged 6.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.5 blocks in 33.0 minutes in two NCAA Tournament contests. Preseason First Team All-Missouri Vallley Conference... One of 20 players named to the Julius Erving Award preseason watch list (small forward of the year)... Was limited during the team’s Canadian exhibition tour in August by a partially torn meniscus on

Opponent Points Rebounds Field Goals FG Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Pt Attempts Free Throws FT Attempts Assists Steals Blocks Minutes

26 14 9 12 4 6 11 14 8 5 2 36

MISCELLANEOUS

Opponent LOYOLA 2x, Last: at Drake at Indiana St. 2x, Last: SO. ILLINOIS 2x, Last: LOYOLA 2x, Last: vs. Kentucky vs. Illinois St. OKLAHOMA ST. at Drake SOUTH DAKOTA ST. vs. Dayton at Bradley

Date 1/11/17 2/1/17 12/28/16 1/24/17 1/11/17 3/19/17 3/5/17 12/17/16 2/1/17 12/22/16 3/17/17 1/29/17

Cateogry 10+ Points 20+ Points 10+ Rebounds

16-17 23 3 4

Career 33 3 4

Dunks Fouled Out P-R Double-Doubles P-A Double-Doubles

12 1 -

18 1 -

Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder Assist Leader

5 9 4

7 12 4

2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-11 N-13 N-16 N-20 N-23 N-24 N-25 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-10 D-17 D-22 D-28 J-1 J-4 J-8 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-24 J-29 F-1 F-4 F-9 F-12 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-25 M-3 M-4 M-5 M-17 M-19

Opponent S. CAROLINA ST. LONG BEACH ST. TULSA EASTERN SHORE vs. LSU vs. Louisville vs. Michigan St. SO. NAZARENE at Colorado St. SAINT LOUIS at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA ST. S. DAKOTA ST. at Indiana St. ^ BRADLEY ^ DRAKE ^ at No. Iowa ^ LOYOLA ^ at Illinois St.^ at Evansville ^ INDIANA ST. ^ SO. ILLINOIS ^ at Bradley ^ at Drake ^ ILLINOIS ST. ^ MISSOURI ST. ^ at Loyola at So. Illinois ^ NO. IOWA ^ EVANSVILLE ^ at Missouri St. ^ vs. Bradley % vs. Missouri St. % vs. Illinois St. % vs. Dayton $ vs. Kentucky $

gs min 16 14 26 17 23 27 25 22 * 33 * 20 * 22 * 25 * 32 * 32 * 17 * 23 * 22 * 30 * 23 * 26 22 * 28 * 36 * 29 * 20 * 25 * 35 * 34 * 33 * 21 * 19 * 24 * 26 * 25 * 34 * 32

fg 5 4 4 3 6 2 4 4 3 2 2 2 6 9 3 4 1 8 4 2 5 8 2 1 5 0 3 5 4 5 2 4 5 2 1 2

fga 7 5 9 3 9 7 11 8 9 9 10 7 11 11 9 8 2 11 12 5 8 12 7 8 7 3 8 6 7 8 7 11 10 6 8 9

3p 3pa ft 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 3 9 1 1 2 1 2 2 0 2 6 2 4 0 1 2 2 2 3 4 0 2 3 1 3 0 0 1 10 2 4 3 2 2 2 2 4 5 0 2 2 0 0 6 4 5 6 2 6 1 0 1 1 2 3 4 0 2 4 0 3 5 0 2 1 1 3 5 0 1 1 1 4 4 1 2 2 1 3 3 0 0 3 0 2 2 1 3 0 3 3 2 1 4 11 0 3 6 1 6 0

fta 3 0 12 2 2 8 0 3 4 4 1 14 3 3 5 2 6 7 2 2 5 5 6 2 6 2 5 2 3 3 2 1 2 11 6 0

reb 7 5 7 2 5 4 4 2 5 3 8 6 7 7 1 11 5 4 3 4 4 9 14 14 5 3 6 9 7 3 2 10 7 2 5 4

pf ast to blk stl 1 1 1 0 1 3 3 0 1 1 1 4 2 1 1 2 2 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 4 0 3 2 2 1 2 4 0 5 1 1 3 0 0 2 4 0 0 1 3 1 1 0 2 4 1 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 4 1 2 1 0 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 2 2 3 0 1 3 8 2 0 2 2 1 1 0 3 3 5 0 0 1 4 2 2 0 1 1 1 5 1 3 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 2 0 2 3 0 1 1

pts 11 8 18 9 15 10 10 11 12 7 5 14 17 22 13 10 8 26 11 5 16 20 9 3 16 1 11 13 12 13 6 9 15 16 8 5

McDUFFIE'S CAREER TOTALS Season 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

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Freshman Sophomore Junior TOTALS

GP 34 36

GS 1 27

Min Avg FG 630 18.5 87 918 25.5 132

FGA % 3FG 204 .426 23 288 .458 33

FGA % 73 .315 93 .355

FT 55 118

FTA 77 144

% .714 .819

Off 36 62

Def 75 142

Tot 111 204

Avg 3.3 5.7

PF 55 72

FO 0 0

A 25 61

TO 33 50

Blk 7 11

Stl 27 42

Pts 252 415

Avg 7.4 11.5

70

28

1548 22.1

492

166

173

221

.783

98

217

315

4.5

127

0

86

83

18

69

667

9.5

219

.445

56

.337


RETURNING LETTERMEN his right knee... Had surgery on the knee on Aug. 19 and returned just in time for the official start of fall pratice in early October. 2015-16 (Freshman): The Missouri Valley Conference’s youngest freshman by a wide margin, turning 18 just a few days into the fall semester, but made a tremendous impact on his way to MVC Freshman of the Year honors… First WSU player to win MVC Freshman of the Year since 2002 and just the fourth overall… Also named to the All-Freshman, All-Newcomer and All-Bench teams… Averaged 7.4 points and 3.3 rebounds in 18.5 minutes and tied for third on the team with 27 steals… Made his biggest strides defensively, transforming from an early-season liability to a major weapon… Platooned with Zach Brown at the 3 and his used his length and athleticism to shut down some of the MVC’s top scoring guards… Led all MVC freshmen in points-per-40 minutes (16.1)… Ranked fifth in the MVC (all players) on statistical guru Ken Pomeroy’s Offensive Efficiency chart… One of just five MVC reserves to average north of 7.0 points per game… Part of a WSU unit that averaged a league-best 29.4 bench points per game and ranked in the top-20 nationally… Athleticism and skillset were never questioned, but needed time to adapt to the mental side of college basketball… Was a strong redshirt candidate near the end of preseason but ultimately joined the active roster… Used sparingly against Charleston Southern (Nov. 13) and Emporia State (Nov. 21) and not at all against Tulsa (Nov. 17)… Injuries to multiple rotation players and a desperate need for offense forced him into the lineup at the AdvoCare Invitational, where he enjoyed a breakout performance… After collecting just five points (all on free throws) in the Shockers’ first three regular season games, provided a huge scoring lift for the Shockers, averaging 12.3 points, 3.7 boards and 2.0 steals in three tournament games while hitting 6-of-11 from three… Scored 14 points against Southern California (Nov. 26), 14 against Alabama (Nov. 27) and nine against Iowa (Nov. 29) while making his first career start… Scored big but struggled defensively, often missing assignments, but learned from the experience and made steady improvement over the next few weeks… Had his best shooting game of the year at a crucial time, hitting 4-of-5 threes in a 13-point effort against No. 25 Utah (Dec. 12)… Scored in double-figures five times during WSU’s 9-0 January and averaged 9.4 points… Finished with 14 points in 19 minutes in a road win at Bradley (Jan. 3) – the first of six double-figure scoring games during conference play… Was instrumental in WSU’s win at Missouri State (Jan. 13) grabbing a season-high nine rebounds while scoring 10 of his season-best 16 points over one three-minute stretch late in the first half to lead the Shockers back from an early 11-point deficit…. Had 15 points as WSU handed UNI its worst home loss in its 10 seasons at the McLeod Center… Following the UNI game, struggled with his shot over the final 17 contests and was just 7-of-35 (.200) from deep the rest of the way but had success inside. Used length and agility to his advantage to get to the rim and shot just under 55-percent from the field during MVC play… Tallied 11 points in a Feb. 21 win at Indiana State that locked up the MVC regular season title… Played well in three NCAA Tournament contests, averaging 8.7 points and 4.7 boards while totaling five steals… Had seven points and seven rebounds in a First Four win over Vanderbilt… Tallied 10 points in 21 minutes in a First Round takedown of sixth-seeded Arizona… Scored nine points in 23 minutes in the Second Round loss to Miami…

2015-16 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-13 N-17 N-21 N-26 N-27 N-29 D-05 D-09 D-12 D-19 D-22 D-31 J-03 J-06 J-09 J-13 J-17 J-20 J-23 J-27 J-31 F-03 F-06 F-09 F-13 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-24 F-27 M-04 M-05 M-15 M-17 M-19

Opponent gs min fg fga CHARLESTON SO. 12 0 3 at Tulsa DNP EMPORIA ST. 10 0 2 vs So. California 22 5 9 vs Alabama 24 5 9 vs Iowa * 26 3 10 at Saint Louis 17 1 5 UNLV 14 2 4 UTAH 17 4 6 at Seton Hall 23 2 6 NEVADA 16 1 6 DRAKE 13 0 2 at Bradley 19 4 6 EVANSVILLE 13 2 6 at So. Illinois 18 4 7 at Missouri St. 23 8 9 INDIANA ST. 13 1 2 at No. Iowa 26 5 9 BRADLEY 18 3 7 LOYOLA CHICAGO 19 3 7 at Evansville 22 2 6 SO. ILLINOIS 20 2 5 at Illinois St. 14 0 4 at Drake 17 3 5 NO. IOWA 20 3 9 NEW MEXICO ST. 14 2 5 MISSOURI ST. 13 3 4 at Indiana St. 21 2 6 at Loyola Chicago 13 1 3 ILLINOIS ST. 19 3 9 vs Loyola Chicago 19 2 3 vs No. Iowa 26 2 7 vs Vanderbilt 25 2 6 vs Arizona 21 4 8 vs Miami (FL) 23 3 9

3p 3pa ft ftm reb pf ast to blk stl pts 0 0 2 4 2 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 2 3 1 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

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

3 2 1 2 2 0 1 0 1 4 6 1 1 0 0 2 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 6 1 1 0 3 2 2 2

4 2 2 2 2 0 1 0 4 4 8 1 2 2 0 2 5 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 2 6 2 2 0 3 4 3 2

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

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

1 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 2 2 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

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

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 4 1 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 1

3 14 14 9 4 4 13 6 3 4 14 5 10 16 2 15 10 8 5 6 0 7 7 5 8 11 3 7 4 7 7 10 9

High School: Played for Hall of Fame head coach Bob Hurley Sr. at Saint Anthony High School in Jersey City, N.J… Averaged a team-high 15.0 points along with 7.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 3.0 steals as a senior in 2014-15, earning Second Team All-New Jersey honors… Helped his team to a pair of sectional titles and state runner-up finishes in his final two seasons, including a 28-2 record as a senior… Team posted an undefeated record during his freshman year and captured Hurley’s 27th state championship since 1968… An honor roll student… Played AAU summer ball for Sports University and averaged a team-high 12.5 points in the summer of 2014… Chose WSU over VCU, Boston College, SMU, Maryland, Rutgers and several others… Rated No. 95 on ESPN’s Top-100 list for the Class of 2015 and No. 15 among small forwards… Personal: Full name is Markis Derek McDuffie… Born Sept. 6, 1997… Son of Derek and Sandra McDuffie.

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RETURNING LETTERMEN

25 BARNEY Brett

6-9 | 210 | R-So. | Center | 1L Wichita, Kan. • Maize South HS • Sunrise Christian Academy [Kan.] OVERVIEW

CAREER HIGHS

2017-18 (Sophomore): Third-year walk-on who has steadily improved. At 6-9, gives WSU yet another experienced post player in practice. Efficient post scorer last year; 20 points in 39 minutes; .556 FG Percentage Four-straight semesters on the Athletic Director’s honor roll. 2016-17 (RS-Freshman): Walk-on center who performed well in his limited opportunities… Scored 20 points in 39 minutes of action and shot 55.6 percent from the field (10-of-18)… Contributed points in nine of his 17 appearances, with a season-high four points in the season-opening win over Souther Carolina State (Nov. 11)… Set a personal-best with two rebounds against Eastern Shore on Nov. 20… A member of the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in each of his first four semesters at WSU… Represented the men’s basketball team on WSU’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee… Three-time Dean’s List qualifier (3.5+ GPA). 2015-16 (Freshman): Spent a redshirt year acclimating to Division I basketball… Traveled and practiced with the team but did not see game action. Prep School: Spent a prep year at Sunrise Christian Academy in Bel Aire, Kan where he played alongside another incoming Shocker, Eric Hamilton, on the school’s post-graduate team… Had a handful of scholarship offers from Division II schools and also some Division I interest but chose to walk on with the Shockers – his favorite childhood team. High School: A 2014 graduate and four-year basketball letterman at Maize South High School near Wichita… Helped the Mavericks to a 16-6 record as a senior, earning second team AllAVTL Division II honors... Honorable Mention All-Class 5A selection by the Topeka Capital Journal… Averaged 14.7 points as a junior but appeared in just nine games due to injuries… Second team All-AVCTL Division IV as a sophomore… Played for coach Kip Schultz… Also lettered a year in baseball… Member of the National Honor Society… Personal: Full name is Brett David Barney… Born Aug. 23, 1995 in Wichita… Son of Tim and Tammy Barney… Has a brother, Jordan.

Category Points Rebounds Field Goals FG Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Pt Attempts Free Throws FT Attempts Assists Steals Blocks Minutes

MISCELLANEOUS

Opponent SOUTH CAROLINA ST. EASTERN SHORE SOUTH CAROLINA ST. EASTERN SHORE

Date 11/11/16 11/20/16 11/11/16 11/20/16

Cateogry 10+ Points 20+ Points 10+ Rebounds

4 2 2 3 1 2x, Last: DRAKE 1/4/17 1 3x, Last: EVANSVILLE 2/21/17 4 3x, Last: SO. ILLINOIS 1/24/17

16-17 -

Career -

Dunks Fouled Out P-R Double-Doubles P-A Double-Doubles

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Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder Assist Leader

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2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-11 N-13 N-16 N-20 N-23 N-24 N-25 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-10 D-17 D-22 D-28 J-1 J-4 J-8 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-24 J-29 F-1 F-4 F-9 F-12 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-25 M-3 M-4 M-5 M-17 M-19

Opponent gs min fg fga 3p 3pa ft fta reb pf ast to blk stl pts S. CAROLINA ST. 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 LONG BEACH ST. 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TULSA DNP EASTERN SHORE 4 1 3 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 vs. LSU 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 vs. Louisville DNP vs. Michigan St. DNP SO. NAZARENE 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 at Colorado St. DNP SAINT LOUIS 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Oklahoma DNP OKLAHOMA ST. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S. DAKOTA ST. DNP at Indiana St. ^ DNP BRADLEY ^ 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 DRAKE ^ 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 at No. Iowa ^ 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LOYOLA ^ DNP at Illinois St.^ DNP at Evansville ^ DNP INDIANA ST. ^ 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 SO. ILLINOIS ^ 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 at Bradley ^ DNP at Drake ^ DNP ILLINOIS ST. ^ 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 MISSOURI ST. ^ 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 at Loyola DNP at So. Illinois ^ DNP NO. IOWA ^ 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 EVANSVILLE ^ 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 at Missouri St. ^ 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 vs. Bradley % DNP vs. Missouri St. % DNP vs. Illinois St. % DNP vs. Dayton $ DNP vs. Kentucky $ DNP

BARNEY'S CAREER TOTALS Season 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

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Redshirt Freshman Sophomore TOTALS

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17

0

39

2.3

10

18

.556

0

0

.000

0

2

.000

4

2

6

0.4

5

0

0

0

0

3

20

1.2

17

0

39

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10

18

.556

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0

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0

2

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4

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6

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5

0

0

0

0

3

20

1.2


RETURNING LETTERMEN 2016-17 First Team All-Missouri Valley Conference • NABC Second Team All-District 16 MVC Freshman of the Year • MVC All-Freshman Team • MVC All-Newcomer Team MVC All-Tournament Team • MVC Player of the Week (Feb. 26) • 2x MVC Newcomer of the Week (Feb. 26, Jan. 9) WSU Banquet Honors: Wichita Eagle Team MVP • Warren Armstrong Jabali Assists Award

11 SHAMET Landry

6-4 | 180 | R-So. | Guard | 1L Kansas City, Mo. • Park Hill HS OVERVIEW

CAREER HIGHS

2017-18 (Sophomore): Preseason All-American (4th Team); Preseason All-AAC, per Blue Ribbon Yearbook. First team all-conference and MVC Freshman of the Year Working his way back from an off-season injury to his right foot. Dynamic scorer, equally capable of shooting and driving. Plays with both calm and purpose – traits he picked up as a true freshman while watching former teammate Fred VanVleet (now in his second year with the Raptors). Mature leader and excellent decision-maker, who controls the pace. Teammates describe him as cool, calm and collected. Ranked 14th nationally in assist-to-turnover ratio as a freshman (3.00). Picturesque shooting stroke. Set a WSU freshman record with 72 three-pointers (tied for the third-highest rookie total in MVC history). Uses his size to his advantage, passing and shooting over smaller defenders. Length and quickness enables him to be a good defender. Just the second rookie to make the All-MVC First Team in the 45 seasons since freshmen gained eligibility, joining former Creighton standout Doug McDermott. Fourth WSU freshman to make an All-MVC first or second team. The other three have jerseys hanging in the rafters (Cleo Littleton, Antoine Carr and Cliff Levingston)… Begins the year with an active streak of 25-consecutive games with a three-pointer, which is two shy of Ron Baker’s school record.

“Landry has all of the physical tools, but what sets him apart is his mental makeup. He’s similar to guys like Baker and VanVleet, in that regard. He’s coachable, and he shows up every day focused on improving himself.” --Gregg Marshall

2016-17 (Redshirt Freshman): First Team All-Missouri Valley Conference… NABC First Team All-District 16… MVC Freshman of the Year… MVC All-Freshman and All-Newcomer teams… 2x MVC Newcomer of the Week (Jan. 9, Feb. 26)… 1x MVC Player of the Week (Feb. 26)… Won Wichita Eagle Team MVP honors along with the Warren Armstrong Jabali Assist Award at WSU’s postseason banquet… Averaged 11.4 points and led the team in assists (3.3) and minutes (26.7)… Ranked 14th nationally in assist-to-turnover ratio (3.00) and was third-best among freshmen, trailing only UCLA’s Lonzo Ball (3.08) and Louisiana Tech’s Dequan Bracey (3.51)… Set WSU freshman records for three-point field goals (72) and games started (36)… Was the only Shocker to start every game… Ranked fourth on the MVC leaderboard in three-point percentage (.439)… In 18 MVC games, was just the second player in Valley history to lead the league in both threes (43) and percentage (.518)… Mid-January shift to the point guard position cut into his scoring but sparked the team… 16th freshman in Shocker history to average in double-figures (11.4 points)… Led the scoring a team-high 12 times…. 23 double-figure scoring games… Topped 20 points on three occasions… Connected a three-pointer in each of the last 25 games…Hit four of WSU’s 15 three-pointers in a school record tying performance against Eastern Shore (Nov. 20)... Hit six of WSU’s 15 threes against South Dakota State (Dec. 22) to help tie the record for a second time... Finished with 14 points, a career-high eight rebounds and dished out six assists at Illinois State (Jan. 14)... 16

Opponent Points Rebounds Field Goals FG Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Pt Attempts Free Throws FT Attempts Assists Steals Blocks Minutes

23 8 9 14 6 10 6 8 7 3 1 36

MISCELLANEOUS

Opponent at Missouri St. 2x, Last: at Mo. St. at Missouri St. vs. Kentucky SOUTH DAKOTA ST. SOUTH DAKOTA ST. 3x, Last: vs. Dayton vs. Dayton at Loyola at Tulsa 8x, Last: vs. Dayton 3x, Last: vs. Dayton

Date 2/25/17 2/25/17 2/25/17 3/19/17 12/22/16 12/22/16 3/17/17 3/17/17 2/12/17 11/17/15 3/17/17 3/17/17

Cateogry 10+ Points 20+ Points 10+ Rebounds

16-17 23 3 -

Career 24 3 -

Dunks Fouled Out P-R Double-Doubles P-A Double-Doubles

5 -

5 1 -

Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder Assist Leader

12 1 17

12 1 17

2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-11 N-13 N-16 N-20 N-23 N-24 N-25 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-10 D-17 D-22 D-28 J-1 J-4 J-8 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-24 J-29 F-1 F-4 F-9 F-12 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-25 M-3 M-4 M-5 M-17 M-19

Opponent S. CAROLINA ST. LONG BEACH ST. TULSA EASTERN SHORE vs. LSU vs. Louisville vs. Michigan St. SO. NAZARENE at Colorado St. SAINT LOUIS at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA ST. S. DAKOTA ST. at Indiana St. ^ BRADLEY ^ DRAKE ^ at No. Iowa ^ LOYOLA ^ at Illinois St.^ at Evansville ^ INDIANA ST. ^ SO. ILLINOIS ^ at Bradley ^ at Drake ^ ILLINOIS ST. ^ MISSOURI ST. ^ at Loyola at So. Illinois ^ NO. IOWA ^ EVANSVILLE ^ at Missouri St. ^ vs. Bradley % vs. Missouri St. % vs. Illinois St. % vs. Dayton $ vs. Kentucky $

gs * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

min 20 22 20 22 19 16 27 20 34 18 27 17 30 34 26 24 34 29 33 33 17 16 36 36 23 23 32 32 28 25 32 19 32 34 36 34

fg 2 3 0 6 5 0 2 4 4 1 3 2 7 5 6 5 6 3 3 3 3 1 6 6 3 2 5 5 4 4 9 1 1 5 3 7

fga 4 6 5 7 10 5 9 7 11 4 10 9 13 9 12 8 10 7 9 7 4 2 8 10 7 6 9 7 9 4 13 5 6 11 9 14

3p 3pa ft fta reb pf ast to blk stl 1 3 2 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 3 5 6 1 3 2 0 1 2 0 5 2 2 3 2 2 0 0 0 4 5 0 2 3 1 3 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 5 1 3 2 0 2 0 2 2 2 4 4 3 2 0 0 1 6 2 2 3 3 3 0 0 1 2 4 1 2 2 2 3 1 0 2 3 6 0 0 4 3 3 2 0 0 1 3 2 2 3 1 5 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 4 2 3 2 0 0 1 3 2 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 6 10 1 2 0 3 3 2 0 2 2 5 2 2 2 4 4 0 0 2 2 7 1 1 2 0 6 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 5 1 5 0 0 2 5 8 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 2 2 5 3 5 5 2 3 2 1 1 2 5 6 7 8 1 6 1 0 0 2 4 3 3 2 0 5 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 1 3 5 4 5 2 3 6 3 1 0 3 4 2 2 2 3 3 4 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 4 1 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 3 5 6 7 3 7 1 0 0 2 4 1 1 3 3 6 1 0 0 4 6 2 2 3 2 4 1 0 0 4 4 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 1 5 8 0 1 8 2 5 0 0 1 1 5 6 7 3 2 3 1 0 3 1 3 0 0 6 2 4 2 1 0 3 4 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 5 6 8 3 4 3 4 1 0 2 7 4 5 2 4 2 0 0 1

pts 7 12 2 16 12 2 7 11 11 5 6 7 21 14 15 11 17 11 14 11 9 3 19 17 7 7 16 13 14 12 23 9 3 14 13 20

SHAMET'S CAREER TOTALS Season 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

Freshman RS-Freshman Sophomore TOTALS

GP 3 36

GS 1 36

Min Avg 59 19.7 960 26.7

FG 7 135

FGA % 3FG 16 .438 3 286 .472 72

FGA % 10 .300 164 .439

FT 9 69

FTA 12 86

% .750 .802

Off 3 22

Def 5 80

Tot 8 102

Avg 2.7 2.8

PF 8 77

FO 1 0

A 5 117

TO 2 39

Blk 1 7

Stl 5 26

Pts 26 411

Avg 8.7 11.4

39

37

1019 26.1

142

302

174

78

98

.796

25

85

110

2.8

85

1

122

41

8

31

437

11.2

.470

75

.431

29


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points, seven rebounds and seven assists in the win at Loyola (Feb. 12)... Scored a season-high 23 points in the regular season finale at Missouri State to help WSU clinch a share of the MVC title…Scored 14 points in the MVC title game against Illinois State (Mar. 5) and was named to the All-MVC Tournament team… Led the scoring in each of the team’s two NCAA Tournament games in Indianapolis, averaging 16.5 points in 35.0 minutes of action... Enjoyed a breakout second round performance against Kentucky in front of the CBS cameras, scoring 20 points while going toe-to-toe with UK’s stable of highly-touted freshmen... Had 18 second-half points, including 11 over the final eight minutes to lead a Shocker comeback bid… In the first round win over Dayton, tallied a team-high 13 points in 36 minutes. 2015-16 (Freshman): A top-100 prospect and Marshall’s highest-rated recruit in nine seasons at WSU… Made a strong first impression with teammates and coaches upon arrival, drawing favorable comparisons to the freshman version of Ron Baker… Took those Baker comps a little too far, suffering the very same stress fracture injury that cost Baker 20 games during his own debut season… Appeared in just three November games, averaging 8.7 points, 2.7 rebounds with five assists and five steals in 19.7 minutes of action… Scored 13 points his collegiate debut against Charleston Southern (Nov. 13)… Limited to 10 minutes in a loss at Tulsa (Nov. 17) due to foul trouble… Cracked the starting lineup in game No. 3 with senior Fred VanVleet sidelined and responded well with nine points and three assists in a win over Emporia State (Nov. 21)… During and after the ESU game, experienced pain in his left foot. Hour later he was diagnosed with a fifth metatarsal stress fracture in his left foot… Remained in Wichita for surgery (Nov. 25) while his teammates traveled to Orlando for the AdvoCare Invitational… Had entertained hopes of a late February return (similar to Baker) but was ultimately sidelined the rest of the way, robbing the Shockers of valuable guard depth. High School: A two-time district and conference player of the year and a two-year all-state selection for Park Hill HS near Kansas City, Mo… A Rivals four-star recruit rated No. 88 nationally in the Class of 2015… Averaged 17.4 points, 5.3 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 1.2 steals as a senior in 2014-15 and was one of five finalists for the Greater Kansas City Basketball Coaches Association’s DiRenna Award, given to the top player in the metro area… Led the Trojans to a 21-6 record as a senior and to a district title as a junior… A threeyear varsity letterman and three-time all-district honoree… Played for coach David Garrison… Signed with WSU in the Fall of 2014 over offers from Kansas State, Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska, Memphis, Creighton, Tulsa, Northern Iowa and others… Played AAU ball for the KC Pumas… Personal: Full name is Landry Michael Shamet… Born March 13, 1997 in Kansas City… Son of Melanie Shamet… Mother played volleyball at Boise State… Plans to major in kinesiology and hopes to become a college basketball coach… Chose WSU because of its family feel and its growing tradition of success on the court. 30

2015-16 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-13 N-17 N-21 N-26 N-27 N-29 D-05 D-09 D-12 D-19 D-22 D-31 J-03 J-06 J-09 J-13 J-17 J-20 J-23 J-27 J-31 F-03 F-06 F-09 F-13 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-24 F-27 M-04 M-05 M-15 M-17 M-19

Opponent gs min fg fga 3p 3pa ft ftm reb CHARLESTON SO. 27 3 8 2 6 5 6 5 at Tulsa 10 1 2 0 0 2 2 1 EMPORIA ST. * 22 3 6 1 4 2 4 2 vs So. California DNP vs Alabama DNP vs Iowa DNP at Saint Louis DNP UNLV DNP UTAH DNP at Seton Hall DNP NEVADA DNP DRAKE DNP at Bradley DNP EVANSVILLE DNP at So. Illinois DNP at Missouri St. DNP INDIANA ST. DNP at No. Iowa DNP BRADLEY DNP LOYOLA CHICAGO DNP at Evansville DNP SO. ILLINOIS DNP at Illinois St. DNP at Drake DNP NO. IOWA DNP NEW MEXICO ST. DNP MISSOURI ST. DNP at Indiana St. DNP at Loyola Chicago DNP ILLINOIS ST. DNP vs Loyola Chicago DNP vs No. Iowa DNP vs Vanderbilt DNP vs Arizona DNP vs Miami (FL) DNP

pf ast to blk stl pts 1 2 0 0 1 13 5 0 1 1 3 4 2 3 1 0 1 9


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3

C.J.

KEYSER

6-3 | 187 | So. | Guard | 1L Baltimore, Md. • Sunrise Christian Academy [Kan.] • Brewster Academy [N.H.] OVERVIEW

CAREER HIGHS

2017-18 (Sophomore): Inch-for-inch, the team’s most athletic player. Explosive leaper and highlight reel dunker who also moves well laterally. Can play a multitude of positions on the perimeter. Learning to channel his athleticism on the defensive end. 2016-17 (Freshman): An elite athlete who prides himself on his defense… Game and physical stature are reminiscent of former Shocker guard Tekele Cotton, a two-time conference defensive player of the year... Appeared in 25 of the 36 games in his first season as a Shocker, averaging 1.9 points in 4.7 minutes... Summer stress fracture cost him valuable summer and preseason reps… Cleared to practice in early October but spent most of the year playing catchup behind a talented group of guards… Played a season-high 14 minutes in a Nov. 29 win over Southern Nazarene and finished with four points... Earned more playing time late in the year, logging time in 14-straight contests from Jan. 21 through the end of the MVC Tournament… Hit his season-high of six points on four occasions… Best stretch came Jan. 21 and 24 when he scored six points in back-toback games against Indiana State and Southern Illinois while averaging 8.0 minutes… Scored six points in a Feb. 4 rout of Illinois State, capped by his first collegiate dunk – an alley-oop from John Robert Simon... In three games at Arch Madness, totaled two points and two rebounds in 10 minutes… Prep School: Played a prep year at powerhouse Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H… Ran the point guard position for the first time and learned important lessons in controlling the game, leading teammates and knowing every spot in the offense… Helped lead the Bobcats to a 25-9 finish, a league championship and a quarterfinal appearance at the National Prep Championships… In late January, banked home a 35-footer at the buzzer to give Brewster an 81-79 victory over Northfield Mount Hermon… Starred in a viral video on youtube in which he leaped and kissed the rim. High School: Played his senior season for WSU assistant Kyle Lindsted at Sunrise Christian Academy near Wichita… Earned three stars from both ESPN and Rivals and was considered a top-20 shooting guard by ESPN prior to reclassifying to the class of 2016… Also drew interest from Utah, Nebraska and Long Beach State… A standout performer for a Sunrise program that has cranked out more than two-dozen Division I signees over the last two years… Served as team captain… Named MVP of four-different tournaments as a senior, including the prestigious Marshall County Hoopfest and the Kentucky Blue Grass National Championship (which Sunrise won)… As a junior in 2013-14, led Patterson Mills High School in Baltimore to a Class 2A State Semifinal appearance. Personal: Full name is Chadwick Keyser Jr… Born Feb. 6, 1997 in Baltimore, Md.… Son of Chadwick Keyser Sr. and Tracey Oliver… Has one brother, Christopher (28) and one sister, Jessica (27)… Got a late start with basketball, playing his first season of organized ball in seventh grade.

Category Points Rebounds Field Goals FG Attempts 3-Pointers 3-Pt Attempts Free Throws FT Attempts Assists Steals Blocks Minutes

6 2 3 5 2 2 2 4 1 1 1 14

MISCELLANEOUS

Opponent 4x, Last: ILLINOIS ST. 2x, Last: MO. ST. 2x, Last: INDIANA ST. 2x, Last: INDIANA ST. SO. ILLINOIS 3x, Last: SO. ILLINOIS 5x, Last: vs. Bradley EVANSVILLE 8x, Last: vs. Bradley 2x, Last: DRAKE 2x, Last: MO. ST. SO. NAZARENE

Date 2/4/17 2/9/17 1/21/17 1/21/17 1/24/17 1/24/17 3/4/17 2/21/17 3/3/17 1/4/17 2/9/17 11/29/16

Cateogry 10+ Points 20+ Points 10+ Rebounds

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Career -

Dunks Fouled Out P-R Double-Doubles P-A Double-Doubles

1 -

1 -

Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder Assist Leader

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-

2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date N-11 N-13 N-16 N-20 N-23 N-24 N-25 N-29 D-3 D-6 D-10 D-17 D-22 D-28 J-1 J-4 J-8 J-11 J-14 J-17 J-21 J-24 J-29 F-1 F-4 F-9 F-12 F-15 F-18 F-21 F-25 M-3 M-4 M-5 M-17 M-19

Opponent gs min S. CAROLINA ST. 10 LONG BEACH ST. 4 TULSA 6 EASTERN SHORE 6 vs. LSU 4 vs. Louisville DNP vs. Michigan St. DNP SO. NAZARENE 14 at Colorado St. DNP SAINT LOUIS DNP at Oklahoma DNP OKLAHOMA ST. 1 S. DAKOTA ST. DNP at Indiana St. ^ DNP BRADLEY ^ 10 DRAKE ^ 6 at No. Iowa ^ 1 LOYOLA ^ DNP at Illinois St.^ 1 at Evansville ^ DNP INDIANA ST. ^ 7 SO. ILLINOIS ^ 9 at Bradley ^ 2 at Drake ^ 1 ILLINOIS ST. ^ 6 MISSOURI ST. ^ 4 at Loyola 1 at So. Illinois ^ 4 NO. IOWA ^ 5 EVANSVILLE ^ 7 at Missouri St. ^ 1 vs. Bradley % 9 vs. Missouri St. % 0 vs. Illinois St. % 1 vs. Dayton $ DNP vs. Kentucky $ DNP

fg fga 3p 3pa ft fta reb pf ast to blk stl pts 2 5 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1

2

0

0

2

2

0

3

1

2

0

1

4

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

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0 1 0

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2 1 0

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0 1 0

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0

0

0

0

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0

0

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0

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0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0

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6 6 0 0 6 0 2 2 0 2 0 2 0 0

KEYSER'S CAREER TOTALS Season 2016-17 2017-18

Freshman Sophomore TOTALS

GP 25

GS 0

Min 120

Avg 4.8

FG 17

FGA % 3FG 40 .425 3

FGA % 11 .273

FT 10

FTA 14

% .714

Off 7

Def 10

Tot 17

Avg 0.7

PF 22

FO 0

A 8

TO 15

Blk 2

Stl 2

Pts 47

Avg 1.9

25

0

120

4.8

17

40

11

10

14

.714

7

10

17

0.7

22

0

8

15

2

2

47

1.9

.425

3

.273

31


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12 REAVES Austin

6-5 | 174 | So. | Guard | 1L Newark, Ark. • Cedar Ridge HS OVERVIEW

CAREER HIGHS

2017-18 (Sophomore): Fan favorite – undersized but utterly fearless D-I ready skillset and basketball IQ but still developing physically. Missed summer workouts after undergoing shoulder surgery. Son of two D-I basketball parents is a smart player, inching toward "coach-on-the-floor status" Excellent shooter who made over half of his threes as a freshman. 2016-17 (Freshman): Fan favorite who quickly won over the coaching staff with his work ethic, skills and basketball savvy… Hampered by a shoulder injury late in the year that cut into his production… Appeared in 33 of the 36 games as a reserve combo guard… Averaged 4.1 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 11.8 minutes… Flirted with the MVC’s three-point percentage record for much of the year… Shot 50.9 percent from deep (28-of-55) but didn’t registered enough attempts to qualify for the conference leaderboard… Finished with a 2.06 assist-to-turnover ratio (37:18)... In the opener against SCSU, became the first WSU newcomer in 20 years to tally three steals in his Shocker debut... Scored a season-high 15 points in the Nov. 20 win over Eastern Shore and went 4-of-5 from three-point range, helping the Shockers tie the school’s single-game three-point mark (15)... Other season-highs: 19 minutes (Jan. 4 vs. Drake), five rebounds (Jan. 4 vs. Drake), four assists (Dec. 22 vs. SDSU) and three steals (3x)... Scored 14 points and went 4-for-4 from deep on New Years Day against Bradley, lifting his season three-point percentage to an incredible .559 (19-of-34)… Was shooting 52.1% from three (25-of-48) in late January when he reinjured his shoulder and missed two games... Returned Feb. 4 but hit just three more triples in seven attempts over the final 12 games of the season... Had four points and six rebounds in three MVC Tournament games... Totaled five points in 13 minutes in two postseason contests... Connected on a pair of free throws in the first round win over Dayton and knocked down his lone three-point attempt in nine minutes of action against Kentucky...Missed all of the 2016 summer workouts leading up to his true freshman season (including the team’s August tour of Montreal) after undergoing surgery on March 23, 2016 to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder… Suffered the injury midway through his junior season of high school while diving for a loose ball, and – with help from a brace – played through the injury for over a year… Had a similar procedure on his right shoulder as a high school sophomore … Reinjured the right shoulder on two occasions during his freshman season at WSU and missed three games… Had another surgery on the right shoulder the spring of 2017 in an effort to correct the problem and spent the summer rehabbing. High School: A two-time Arkansas Class 3A All-State selection… Earned state tournament MVP honors as a senior after leading Cedar Ridge (36-3) to its third title in four years, averaging 43.3 points over the four games… For the season, averaged 32.5 points, 8.8 rebounds and 5.1 assists… Ranked the No. 3 player on the Arkansas Fab-40 list… A Rivals 3-Star prospect who committed to WSU in mid-January… Scored a season-high 73 points in a triple-overtime win over eventual Class 5A champion Forrest City in December, 2015… MVP of the 2016 NEA Tournament after averaging a tournament-record 47.8 points over four games… As an underclassman, teamed with older brother, Spencer, to win back-to-back Class 2A state titles... Teams went 128-16 (.889) over his four seasons… Coached by Isaac Middlebrooks… Played AAU for the Arkansas Wings under Matt Hall… Chose WSU over offers from Arkansas St., South Dakota St., Montana St. and Utah St. due to its coaches and atmosphere… Also participated in golf and tennis. Personal: Austin Tyler Reaves… Born May 29, 1998… Son of Nicole Wilkett and Brian Reaves… Both parents played collegiately at Arkansas State… Mother was an all-conference forward and averaged over 20 points per game in her final season… Father played point guard and is tied for third on ASU’s career assists chart (384)… Brother, Spencer, plays at Central Misouri.

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Opponent EASTERN SHORE DRAKE 3x, Last: BRADLEY 3x, Last: at No. Iowa 2x, Last: BRADLEY EASTERN SHORE vs. Michigan St. vs. Michigan St. SOUTH DAKOTA ST. 3x, Last: INDIANA ST. LOYOLA DRAKE

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Rod

Brycen

BROWN

6-6 | 190 | Fr. | Forward | HS Cordova, Tenn. • Cordova HS OVERVIEW 2017-18 (Freshman): Committed to WSU in June, 2017 after deciding to reclassify from the Class of 2018 to 2017. Spent the summer completing coursework and graduated high school a year early. Enrolled at WSU in August. A versatile, high-energy performer who can rebound and defend. Plays with maximum effort – wants every rebound Raw talent who comes in with just four years of competitive basketball experience Former track star who runs the floor well. Averaged 20 points and 12 rebounds last year for Cordova High High School: Attended Cordova High, located just outside of Memphis… In 2016, helped the Wolves (30-4) reach the Tennessee AAA State Semifinals for the first time in school history and claimed all-tournament status… Averaged 21 points and 14 rebounds in 2017 and helped Cordova (24-8) win a regional title... Voted MVP at the 2017 district and regional tournaments… Also captured MVP honors at the Hotbed Classic and Penny Hoopfest… Coached by Terrance Scales… A two-time UAA All-American on the summer hoops circuit for Team Thad under coach Norton Hurd.

6-0 | 152 | Fr. | Guard | HS Wichita, Kan. • Goddard Eisenhower HS OVERVIEW 2017-18 (Freshman): First-year walk-on guard Continues the Bush legacy. Older brother, Zach, was a WSU walk-on from 2012-17. High School: 2017 graduate of Goddard Eisenhower High School near Wichita… Honorable mention all-league as a senior… Coached by Steve Blue… Was the team’s top defender, often assigned to the opponent’s top scoring threat… Helped the Tigers to a 23-2 record in 2017 and a third-place finish at the Class 5A state tournament… Team went a combined 44-4 with a pair of state tournament appearances over his last two seasons… Also lettered two years in track Personal: Brycen Alexander Bush… Son of Dave and Stephanie Bush… Father played at Regis University in Colorado… Mother played at Washburn and is the head track coach at Goddard Eisenhower… Plans to major in Sport Management at WSU.

Personal: Full name is Rodgerick Brown… Born Dec. 19, 1997… Son of Mauricio and Crystal Hearns… Has a brother (Mauricio Jr.) and two sisters (Rykhayla and Crystianna)… Came to WSU having only played four years of competitive basketball (one in middle school and three at Cordova High)… Favorite athlete is Paul George... Plans to major in business management at WSU.

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6-3 | 164 | Fr. | Guard | HS Wichita, Kan. • Andover HS OVERVIEW 2017-18 (Freshman): First-year, walk-on guard who joined the team in August. Second generation Shocker. Father, Ryan Herrs ranks in WSU’s top-10 all-time with 140 three-pointers from 1992-96. Standout high-jumper at Andover High who finished second at state as a senior. High School: 2017 graduate of Andover High School, just outside of Wichita… Two-time honorable mention all-league selection … Coached by Chad Wilmott… Also excelled in track & field where he was a two-time regional high jump champion and placed second at the state meet as a senior in 2017… Played summer basketball for Next Level Elite under coach Scott Baucom. Personal: Born May 16, 1999… Son of WSU alums Ryan Herrs and Tara Herrs Albin… Passed up opportunities at a handful of Kansas NAIA schools for a chance to walk-on at WSU and continue the family legacy… Plans to major in General Business. 33


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4 HAYNES-JONES

AsbjØrn

Samajae

7-0 | 270 | Fr. | Center | HS Helsingor, Denmark • Espergarde Gymansium

6-0 | 177 | Jr. | Guard | TR Wichita, Kan. • East HS • Hutchinson (Kan.) CC

OVERVIEW 2017-18 (Freshman): Gregg Marshall’s third 7-footer at WSU and the sixth in Shocker history. First name “Asbjørn” is Danish for “God’s Bear.” Atypical freshman big – comes in physically developed with three years of high-level club basketball in the Danish League. Took up competitive basketball at age 14 Began serious weight training for the first time last year. Has good hands and moves well for his size. Combo of "hustle" and "muscle" Will spend the year learning behind WSU’s four senior post players. Gregg Marshall's 11th international player in 11 seasons at WSU.

“Physically, he’s as imposing as anybody I’ve ever coached. He’s very strong and very skilled for his size. He can really move. He can change directions. How much he plays this year, I don’t know. He’s got grown men in front of him with a lot of experience. But, long term, he will be a tremendous player for our program.” --Gregg Marshall

High School: Attended Espergarde Gymansium in Espergarde, Denmark… Spent the past three seasons competing against older professionals in the Danish League for the Horsholm 79’ers… Averaged 8.6 points, 6.3 rebounds in 19.0 minutes in 2016-17… Was the league’s 2017 “Young Player of the Year” (essentially a rookie of the year honor) and was also named to the All-Danish Team as one of the top-five Danish-born players in the eight team league… Coached by Rafa Monclova… Totals were vastly improved from 2015-16 when he averaged 4.2 points and 3.6 rebounds in 32 games… Put up 5.0 points and 4.7 rebounds in 2014-15… Toured the U.S. with Global Squad: Denmark in the summer of 2016 and was the team’s leading scorer (10.5) and rebounder (8.9) while shooting over 60 percent from the field… Signed with WSU in the Fall of 2016. Personal: Full name is Asbjørn Engelhardt Midtgaard… Pronounced Azz-bYORN (think tennis star Bjorn Borg) MITT-Guard… Born Sept. 20, 1997 in Denmark… Son of Christian and Anne-Marie… Has two sisters… Took up competitive basketball at age 14 and is still relatively new to the game, but has made rapid progress with skill development… Favorite athlete is Memphis Grizzlies seven-footer, Marc Gasol… Signed with WSU in the Fall of 2016… Chose the Shockers over TCU and a handful of others.

OVERVIEW 2017-18 (Junior): Lefty point guard 2nd Team JUCO All-American for national champion Hutchinson (Kan.) CC. 10th JUCO All-American to sign with Gregg Marshall at WSU (joining Darral Willis). Will see minutes at point guard behind Landry Shamet. Excellent shooter with a quick release. Effectively attacks and finishes around the basket. Hard-nosed defender. Uber-competitive. Gym rat One of 10 impact JUCO transfers to watch for in 17-18, per FanRag's Jon Rothstein.

“Samajae is a guy who has gotten stronger since he’s been here. He looks really good. He can score at all three levels – get to the rim, pull up and three. He just really competes. I love how competitive he is. He won a national championship at Hutch and played for another. He won a state title at East [High. He’s a winner.” --Gregg Marshall

Junior College: Second team All-American who led Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College to an NJCAA National Championship in 2017… Averaged 16.1 points while shooting 42 percent from three… First team all-conference and all-region… Led the NJCAA in total minutes played (1,195) and ranked ninth nationally in free throw percentage (.894)… Totaled 58 steals in 36 games… Team was 67-8 over his two seasons with back-to-back national title game appearances… Finished his career ranked ninth on the school’s alltime scoring list (1,163 points), third in three-pointers (124) and second in free throw percentage (.861)… Averaged 15.4 points as a freshman in 2015-16 and was voted second team all-conference… Scored a career-high 33 points in the NJCAA Quarterfinal win over defending national champion Northwest Florida State. High School: An all-state performer at Wichita East… Named one of Kansas’ five best players by the Wichita Eagle after leading the Aces to the 2015 Class 6A State Championship during his senior season… The last three wins in the state title run came on his future home floor, WSU’s Charles Koch Arena… Averaged 15.6 points for the year and was voted Class 6A All-State by the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA)… Also landed first team all-city and all-metro honors… As a junior picked up a second team all-city nod and was a 6A honorable mention all-state pick by the KBCA, while helping East to a third-place finish at state… Team went 46-4 over his final two seasons, including 24-1 in his last go-around… Coached by Joe Jackson… Core of teammates included two other Division I signees (Zach Jackson at Nebraska-Omaha and Xavier Kelly, a dual-sport athlete and top-100 football recruit who now plays defensive end for Clemson). Personal: Plans to major in Sport Management at WSU… Favorite book is Nate Robinson’s “Heart Over Height”… Favorite athlete is Allen Iverson… Recruited by Louisville, Houston, Cincinnati, East Tennessee State and Robert Morris, among others.

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COACHES & STAFF

Gregg Marshall Bio............................................. 36-41 Marshall Era Superlatives................................... 40 Marshall Era Pros................................................ 42-43 Isaac Brown........................................................ 44 Kyle Linsted........................................................ 45 Donnie Jones...................................................... 46-47 Dominic Okon..................................................... 47 Support Staff...................................................... 48-49 Darron Boatright & John Bardo.......................... 50 Sports Medicine................................................. 51


SECTION HEAD COACH TITLE GREGG MARSHALL

Head Coach

GREGG MARSHALL

Career Accolades: • 3x MVC Coach of the Year • 4x Big South Coach of the Year • 2014 Naismith Coach of the Year • 2014 AP Coach of the Year •2014 Henry Iba Coach of the Year • 2014 NABC Coach of the Year •2014 Adolph Rupp Cup Winner •2007 Hugh Durham Award

AT WSU | 261-90 (.744), 11th Season 1 Final Four Appearance 5 MVC Regular Season Titles 2 MVC Tournament Titles 6 NCAA Tournament Appearances 1 NIT Championship 14 1st Team All-MVC Selections 3 All-Americans CAREER | 455-173 (.725), 20th Season 9 Conference Tournament Titles 11 Regular Season Conference Titles 13 NCAA Appearances

PLAYING CAREER Season 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 TOTAL

Gregg Marshall has built Wichita State into a monster of the Midwest and, in the process, ascended as one of college basketball’s elite head coaches. Now entering his 11 season at WSU and his 20th overall, Marshall (455-173 career record) owns the nation’s second-highest winning percentage since 2010-11, with an .829 success rate (208-43). th

Under Marshall’s guidance, WSU has been on a steady rise, topping 30-wins in four of the last five seasons (most of any team in college basketball) and 25-wins in eight-consecutive years. Marshall is one of just five D-I coaches to reach the Round of 32 in each of the last five NCAA Tournaments. His Shockers followed up a 2011 NIT Championship with six-straight NCAA Tournament bids, including trips to the 2013 Final Four and the 2015 Sweet 16. The 2014 squad ran the table in the regular season, becoming the first team in 23 years to enter the Big Dance with an unbeaten record. That historic 35-0 start also earned him consensus National Coach of the Year honors. WSU dominated Missouri Valley Conference play, winning four-straight MVC regular season crowns with a combined 68-4 mark. No team in the 120-year history of the conference had ever won as many league games over a four-year span. In his 19 seasons as a head coach, Marshall’s teams have captured 11 regular season conference titles and advanced to the NCAA Tournament 13 times. He’s won seven conference coach-of-the-year honors, including a run of three-in-a-row from 2012-14. Marshall (261-90 in 10 seasons at WSU) surpassed Hall of Famer Ralph Miller as the school’s all-time wins leader on Feb. 3, 2016 with his 221st victory. Marshall has proven adept at spotting talented prospects and developing them into high-level college basketball players, with many moving on to play professionally. In the summer of 2016, Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet parlayed their success at WSU into NBA contracts with the New York Knicks and Toronto Raptors respectively. Other Marshall Era Shockers who have logged time on NBA regular season rosters include Cleanthony Early (Knicks), Toure’ Murry (Knicks, Jazz and Wizards) and Gal Mekel (Mavericks and Pelicans). In Marshall’s 10 seasons in Wichita, a total of 23 Shockers have earned postseason AllMVC honors, including 14 First-Teamers since 2010. VanVleet was a two-time winner of the Larry Bird MVC Player of the Year Trophy.

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School Randolph-Macon Randolph-Macon Randolph-Macon Randolph-Macon 4 Seasons

Affiliation W-L NCAA-II 15-12 NCAA-II 20-10 NCAA South-Atlantic Regional NCAA-II 26-5 Conference Champs, NCAA South-Atlantic Regional NCAA-II 23-8 Conference Champs, NCAA South-Atlantic Regional 84-35 (.706)

ASSISTANT COACH Season 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 TOTAL

School Randolph-Macon Randolph-Macon Belmont-Abbey Col. of Charleston Col. of Charleston Col. of Charleston Col. of Charleston Col. of Charleston Col. of Charleston Col. of Charleston Col. of Charleston Marshall Marshall 13 Seasons

Affiliation NCAA-II NCAA-II NAIA-I NAIA-I NCAA-I^ NCAA-I^ NCAA-I^ NCAA-I^ NCAA-I NCAA-I NCAA-I NCAA-I NCAA-I

W-L 13-15 19-10 Conference Tournament Champion 22-9 District Champion, NAIA Round of 32 26-6 District Champion, NAIA Round of 16 19-8 15-12 19-8 19-8 24-4 TAAC Champions, NCAA Round of 64 23-6 TAAC Champions, NIT 1st Round 25-4 TAAC Champions, NIT 2nd Round 20-9 11-16 255-115 (.689)

HEAD COACH Season 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 TOTAL

School Winthrop Winthrop Winthrop Winthrop Winthrop Winthrop Winthrop Winthrop Winthrop 9 Seasons

W-L 21-8 21-9 18-13 19-12 20-10 16-12 27-6 23-8 29-5 194-83

Conference 9-1 1st 11-3 2nd 11-3 2nd 10-4 t-1st 11-3 1st 10-6 t-3rd 15-1 1st 13-3 1st 14-0 1st 104-24

Season 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 TOTAL

School Wichita St. Wichita St. Wichita St. Wichita St. Wichita St. Wichita St. Wichita St. Wichita St. Wichita St. Wichita St. Wichita St. 10 Seasons

W-L Conference 11-20 4-14 9th 17-17 8-10 t-5th 25-10 12-6 2nd 29-8 14-4 2nd 27-6 16-2 1st 30-9 12-6 2nd 35-1 18-0 1st 30-5 17-1 1st 26-9 16-2 1st 31-5 17-1 t-1st 261-90 135-46

BSC BSC BSC BSC BSC BSC BSC BSC BSC

Conf. Tournament 2-0, Champions 2-0, Champions 2-0, Champions 3-0, Champions 1-1, Semifinals 0-1, Quarterfinals 3-0, Champions 3-0, Champions 3-0, Champions 19-2, 7 titles

Postseason 0-1, NCAA (64) 0-1, NCAA (64) 0-1, NCAA Play-In 0-1, NCAA (64)

MVC MVC MVC MVC MVC MVC MVC MVC MVC MVC AAC

Conf. Tournament Postseason 0-1, Play-In 1-1, Quarterfinals 1-1, CBI Quarterfinals 2-1, Runner-Up 0-1, NIT (32) 1-1, Semifinals 5-0, NIT Champion 1-1, Semifinals 0-1, NCAA (64) 2-1, Runner-Up 4-1, NCAA Final 4 3-0, Champion 1-1, NCAA (32) 1-1, Semifinals 2-1, NCAA (16) 1-1, Semifinals 2-1 , NCAA (32) 3-0, Champion 1-1, NCAA (32) 15-8, 2 titles

0-1, NCAA (64) 0-1, NCAA (64) 1-1, NCAA (32)


SECTION HEAD COACH TITLE GREGG MARSHALL WSU’s depth and tenacious team defense has been a source of strength, throughout. Over the past seven years, 10 Shockers have landed on the MVC’s All-Bench Team and 10 more have earned MVC All-Defensive Team nods. Under Marshall, the Shockers have become a top destination for some of the nation’s premier junior college talent. Ten NJCAA All-Americans (most recently Samajae Haynes-Jones) have worn the black and yellow since Marshall’s arrival, including the NBA-bound Early - a two-time national player of the year prior to his arrival at WSU. Marshall has also had big success developing coaching talent, with a rapidly expanding tree of seven former assistants who have gone on to accept Division I head coaching positions. Chris Jans took over as head coach at New Mexico State in the summer of 2017. Two years ago, Steve Forbes took over his own program at ETSU after two seasons as a WSU assistant. Other active D-I head coaches from the Marshall tree include Earl Grant, College of Charleston; Dana Ford, Tennessee State; Barclay Radebaugh, Charleston Southern; and Zach Spiker, Drexel. AT WICHITA STATE: The 2016-17 season will go down as one of Marshall's greatest coaching performances. Despite losing two guards to the NBA, Wichita State’s so-called rebuilding year exceeded the expectations of the even the most optimistic of pundits. The team reached 30-wins for the fourth time in five seasons and claimed a share of its fourth-consecutive Missouri Valley Conference regular season title. Helped by a 16-game winning streak that stretched from mid-January to mid-March, WSU (31-5) finished with the second-highest win total in program history. Victory No. 31 came against Dayton in the NCAA opener, launching the Shockers into the tournament’s Round of 32 for the fifth year-in-a-row. Victory No. 30 in the MVC Tournament title game was also significant, giving WSU just its second crown since 1987, while guaranteeing a sixth-consecutive NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship bid. The 70-50 win over Illinois State also avenged the Shockers’ lone conference blemish. Both squads had finished the regular season at 17-1, with their lone setback coming on the other’s home floor. Four WSU regulars landed All-Missouri Valley Conference honors. Landry Shamet and Markis McDuffie were first team selections, and Shaquille Morris and Conner Frankamp earned third team status. Shamet (who was also the league’s Freshman of the Year) became just the fourth frosh in MVC history to make the first team. Marshall hit several milestones during the 2015-16 season. A win over Emporia State on Nov. 21, 2015 was his 400th, and a Feb. 3 win over SIU was his 221st as Shocker head coach, passing the legendary Ralph Mill-

er (220 from 1951-65) atop WSU's all-time list. The SIU game was also the Shockers' 43rd-straight home victory, highlighting a two-week stretch during which WSU owned the nation's longest home winning streak. The school-record streak (which ended Feb. 13, 2016) ran for just shy of three years and nearly doubled the previous mark. WSU overcame an injury plagued start to log its seventh-consecutive 25-win campaign, breaking Cincinnati's half-century old conference record. History will remember it as an extended farewell tour for All-American seniors Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet. One of the most versatile performers to ever play for Marshall, Baker finished out his WSU career with 1,636 points (eighth on the school's all-time list). Point guard VanVleet ended as the school's career leader in steals and assists and logged time in 121 wins over his four years. Though the Shockers opened the year ranked in the top10 in the preseason AP Poll, the team suffered a disasterous start. A hamstring strain slowed and eventually sidelined VanVleet during a rough November stretch that saw the team's record slip to 2-4. Following his return to the lineup in early December, the team win 21 of its next 24 games, helped by a 12-game winning streak that stretched from Dec. 22 to Feb. 3. The Shockers rolled to a 16-2 conference record -- with 11 of their MVC wins coming by 20+ points -- and became just the second MVC team in the last 46 years to three-peat as regular season champion. Baker and VanVleet earned first team All-Valley honors for the third straight year, and VanVleet won his second Larry Bird trophy as the conference player of the year. A talented supporting cast filled in the gaps. WSU's reserves, led by McDuffie and Anton Grady, ranked among the national leaders in bench scoring. McDuffie was named MVC Freshman of the Year. Morris and fellow sophomore Zach Brown stepped into starting roles, and wily veteran Evan Wessel again provided the glue. The team's calling card was its defense. Wichita State was the only team in the country to allow less than 60 points per game, and ranked second nationally in turnover margin. Though the Shockers were clearly an at-large quality squad, their resume didn't show it. VanVleet's injury and the team's early season struggles had robbed them of a chance at many of the marquee wins valued by the committee. Pundits placed Wichita State on the bubble following a Valley semifinal loss to UNI. Though the Shockers made the field on Selection Sunday, their fifth-straight NCAA Tournament trip came with a slight detour through Dayton, Ohio for the First Four. Unfazed, WSU rolled over fellow 11-seed Vanderbilt in a 20-point win. Then it was on to Providence, Rhode Island, where the Shockers trounced sixth-seeded Arizona in the First Round by holding the high-scoring Wildcats to 26-points below their season average. Two games of suffocating defense took a toll on the Shockers' legs. In their third game in a five days -- a Second Round date with third-seeded Miami -- WSU found itself in a deep, 37


SECTION HEAD COACH TITLE GREGG MARSHALL

GREGG MARSHALL vs. THE WORLD Air Force Alabama Alabama A&M UAB Alcorn Appalachian St. Arizona Arizona St. Arkansas Arkansas St. Ark.-Pine Bluff Ark.-Monticello Auburn Austin Peay Barton Baylor Belmont Belmont Abbey Birmingham-So. Bradley BYU Buffalo Cal Poly Cal St. Fullerton #-California Campbell Centenary (LA) UCF #-Chaminade Charleston So. Chicago St. *Cincinnati The Citadel Clemson Cleveland St. Coastal Carolina Coker Colorado Colorado St. *Connecticut Col. of Charleston Creighton Davidson Dayton DePaul Detroit Drake Duke *East Carolina Eastern Ky. Eastern Wash. Elon Emporia St.

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16-17 at WSU 1-0 3-2 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 3-0 18-4 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 6-8 2-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 15-5 2-0

Career 1-0 3-3 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-2 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 9-3 18-4 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 23-2 2-0 2-0 1-3 2-1 14-6 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 6-8 2-0 1-1 2-0 2-0 15-5 0-1 3-0 2-0 0-1 10-1 2-0

Streak W1 L1 W1 W2 W1 W1 W1 L1 L1 W1 W1 L2 W1 W1 L1 L1 W1 W5 W16 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W16 W2 W2 L1 W2 W3 W1 W1 W1 L1 W1 L2 W2 W1 W2 W2 W11 L1 W3 W2 L1 W3 W2

Evansville Fairleigh Dickinson Ferrum Florida A&M Fla. Gulf Coast Furman Gardner Webb George Mason Georgetown George Washington Georgia Georgia College Ga. Southern Gonzaga Hampton Hartford Hawaii High Point *Houston Howard Ill.-Chicago Illinois St. Indiana St. Indiana Iona Iowa IUPUI Kansas Kentucky Lander La Salle Lee Lees-McRae Liberty Limestone Long Beach St. #-LSU Louisville Loyola Chicago Loyola Marymount Me.-Machias #-Marquette Marshall Maryland UMBC UMES *Memphis Mercer Miami (FL) #-Michigan Michigan St. Minnesota Mississippi St.

16-17 2-0 2-1 2-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 2-0 1-0 -

at WSU 16-5 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 17-8 20-4 1-0 2-1 1-0 0-2 1-0 1-0 3-0 0-2 9-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 -

Career 16-5 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 20-1 1-0 1-0 17-8 20-4 1-0 1-0 2-1 1-0 1-0 0-3 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 17-4 1-0 1-0 3-0 0-2 9-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-2 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 1-0

Streak W9 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 L1 L1 L1 W1 W1 W2 W1 W1 L1 W1 W8 W1 W1 W2 W10 W1 W1 L1 W1 W1 L3 W1 W1 W1 W1 W3 W1 W1 W3 L2 W9 W1 W1 W1 L2 L2 W1 W1 W1 W1 L1 L2 L1 W1

Missouri UMKC Missouri St. Monmouth Montana St. Morris Brown Mt. Saint Mary’s Nebraska Newberry Nevada New Mexico St. Newman Niagara Nicholls St. North Carolina UNC Asheville N.C. Central UNC Greensboro NC State N.C. Wesleyn North Dakota North Dakota St. North Greenville North Texas Northern Ariz. Northern Colo. Northern Ill. UNI Northwestern St. #-Notre Dame Nyack Ohio St. Oklahoma Oklahoma St. Old Dominion Oral Roberts Oregon Palm Beach Atl. Pittsburgh Portland Presbyterian Providence Radford Randolph-Macon Samford Saint Louis San Diego San Diego St. Savannah St. Seton Hall Siena South Carolina S.C. Aiken

16-17 at WSU 2-2 3-0 21-4 0-1 1-0 1-1 2-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 2-0 12-10 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 4-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 -

Career 1-0 2-2 22-4 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-2 1-0 1-1 2-0 2-0 0-1 1-0 0-2 19-3 2-0 0-2 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 2-1 12-10 0-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-2 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 14-6 1-0 0-1 4-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 2-0 0-2 1-0

Streak W1 W2 W15 L1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 W2 L1 W1 L2 W7 W2 L2 L1 W1 W1 W1 W1 L1 W1 W1 W2 W2 L1 L1 W1 W1 W1 L1 W1 W1 L2 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W8 W1 L1 W4 W1 L1 W1 W2 L2 W1

16-17 at WSU S. Carolina St. 1-0 1-0 USC Upstate 1-0 Southern Calif. 0-1 S. Dakota St. 1-0 1-0 *South Florida Southern Ill. 2-0 15-6 *SMU Southern Miss. 1-0 Southern Nazarene 1-0 1-0 Stanford 0-1 St. Andrews Temple 0-1 Tennessee 1-1 UT Martin Tennessee St. 1-0 Texas A&M A&M-Corpus Christi TCU 1-1 *Temple Texas Southern 2-0 Texas Tech 1-1 Texas-Arlington 0-1 Troy *Tulane *Tulsa 1-0 6-1 UNLV 2-0 Utah 1-1 Utah St. 1-1 Vanderbilt 1-0 Virginia 1-0 #-VCU 1-2 Virginia Intermont VMI Virginia Tech 1-0 UVa-Wise Washington St. 1-0 Weber St. Western Carolina 1-0 Western Ky. 1-0 Western Mich. William & Mary 1-0 Wisconsin Wyoming 1-0 TOTAL

31-5 261-90

KEY: Bold = 2017-18 Opponents * = American Athletic Conference # = Maui Jim Maui Invitational

Career 1-0 1-1 0-1 1-0 15-6 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-2 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-1 2-0 1-1 0-1 1-0 6-1 2-0 1-2 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-2 1-0 8-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 3-0 0-1 1-1

Streak W1 W1 L1 W1 W9 W1 W1 L1 W1 L1 W1 W1 W1 L1 L1 W1 W2 W1 L1 W1 W1 W2 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W7 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 L1 W3 L1 W1


SECTION HEAD COACH TITLE GREGG MARSHALL 21-point hole. Though they would stage an incredible rally to take the lead with 10 minutes to go, the Shockers ultimately fell short, bringing the season -- as well as the Baker/VanVleet Era -- to a close. Despite adding eight new scholarship players to the mix, the 2014-15 campaign was business as usual. Marshall and the Shockers (30-5, 17-1 MVC) never dipped below 16th in the national polls and closed out their third MVC title in the past four years. As a No. 7 seed in the NCAA Tournament, the Shockers landed in a loaded Midwest Region, featuring four of the 10 winning programs in NCAA history. WSU took down two of them in the first weekend, dispatching 10-seed Indiana (81-76) and second-seeded Kansas (78-65) to advance to the Sweet 16 for the second time in three seasons. In Cleveland, they led No. 3 seed Notre Dame with just over 16:00 to play before a sizzling, second-half shooting performance helped the Irish pull away, 81-70. The team hit several milestones along the way, shattering modern MVC records for consecutive conference wins (27) and conference road wins (13). A second-straight unbeaten home record helped extend the team’s active home winning streak to a school-record 32 games, shattering the old mark of 23. In February and March, Baker, Tekele Cotton and VanVleet all joined the Shockers 1,000-point club, becoming the sixth, seventh and eighth Shockers to record that milestone since Marshall's arrival. VanVleet also became the school’s career assists leader in early February. WSU’s already stingy defense took it up a notch, holding opponents to 57.4 points per game. That figure ranked seventh nationally and was the lowest mark by a WSU team in 65 years. Baker and VanVleet were Honorable Mention AP All-Americans and each landed First Team All-MVC honors for the second straight year. Cotton was a Second Team selection and earned Defensive Player of the Year status for the second time.

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

2016-17

29-8 27-6 30-9 35-1 30-5 26-9 31-5 NIT CHAMPIONS

MVC CHAMPIONS NCAA Tournament

NCAA Final Four

MVC CHAMPIONS NCAA Round of 32

In addition, Marshall was named MVC Coach of the Year for the third-straight season, after leading the Shockers to their second conference championship in three years. The Shockers spent the entire 2013-14 campaign ranked in the Top 25, rising as high as No. 2 in both the AP and Coaches Polls – the school’s loftiest ranking since the 1981-82 season. WSU stormed through the Valley with a perfect 18-0 conference record, becoming the first in nearly 30 years to navigate MVC play with an unbeaten mark. The Shockers continued their dominance during the MVC Tournament in St. Louis, winning all three games to capture their first Valley Tournament title since 1987. After cooling off No. 16 seed Cal Poly Pamona, 64-37, in their first NCAA action, the Shockers played one of the great games in NCAA Tournament history, losing an epic clash to eventual National Finalist Kentucky, 78-76. WSU ruled the conference’s postseason awards, placing three on the All-MVC First Team and one more on the Second Team. Senior Cleanthony Early became

MVC CHAMPIONS NCAA Sweet 16

MVC CHAMPIONS NCAA Rd. of 32

MVC CHAMPIONS NCAA Rd. of 32

the first AP All-American of the Marshall era, landing consensus second team status, while sophomore point guard VanVleet – the MVC’s Player of the Year – was a second and third team choice in several publications. Momentum for the WSU’s historic 2013-14 season actually began the previous spring with a trip to the NCAA Final Four. The 2012-13 Shockers entered the year with lowered expectations, having lost much of their firepower from the previous year’s MVC Championship team. Early season injuries to three starters furthered that narrative, but on the court, the Shockers continued winning. They opened the year 9-0 and took the MVC race down the final night of the regular season before settling for a runner-up finish. Early – a high-scoring JUCO transfer – was named First Team All-Valley, and senior forward Carl Hall took home Second Team honors. WSU was given a No. 9 seed when the 2013 NCAA pairings were released and quickly went to work busting brackets across America. The Shockers tripped up Pittsburgh and No. 1 overall seed Gonzaga to reach the

UNI mounted a challenge to WSU’s conference supremacy, dealing the Shockers an upset in Cedar Falls, but the Shockers earned some sweet revenge in the regular season finale. Both teams entered with identical 16-1 records in a winner-take-all battle for the conference title. With ESPN’s College GameDay broadcasting from Koch Arena, the 11th-ranked Shockers surged to a 74-60 victory over the 10th-ranked Panthers and, afterward, cut down the nets. In 2013-14, Wichita State won an NCAA single-season record 35-straight games before losing to National Runner-Up Kentucky in the Third Round of the NCAA Tournament. Marshall was named 2014 Naismith National Coach of the Year, NABC National Coach of he Year, AP Coach of the Year and Henry Iba National Coach of the Year. He was also awarded the Adolph Rupp Cup, given to the coach "who best exemplifies excellence in his dedication to the game of basketball and to his student athletes." 39


SECTION HEAD COACH TITLE GREGG MARSHALL TEAM HIGHS / LOWS (Marshall Era, 2007-Pr.) Points, 1st Half Points, 2nd Half Total Points FG Made FG Attempted FG % 3-Pt. FG Made 3-Pt. FG Attempts 3-Pt. % (min. 10 att.) FT Made FT Attempted FT % (min. 10 att.) Off. Rebounds Total Rebounds Rebound Margin Assists Blocked Shots Steals Turnovers Forced Personal Fouls

High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low

67 17 61 18 116 46 39 13 76 39 .660 .271 15* 0* 35 8 .632 .000 44** 0* 62* 2 1.00 .379 22 2 57 21 +30 -18 25 4 13 0 14 0 28 5 32 9

WICHITA STATE NEWMAN (11/23/14) 2x, Last: vs. Louisville (11/24/16) EVANSVILLE (2/22/17) vs. Northern Iowa (3/5/16) MD. EASTERN SHORE (11/20/16) ILLINOIS ST. (1/1/08) 2x, Last: MISSOURI ST. (2/18/16) ILLINOIS ST. (1/1/08) 2x, Last: DRAKE (1/4/17) at Missouri St. (1/14/09) MD. EASTERN SHORE [35-53] (11/20/16) [16-59] -- INDIANA ST. (1/29/13) 2x, Last: SOUTH DAKOTA ST. (12/22/16) [0-11] -- NEW MEXICO ST. (11/14/14) CHICAGO ST. (12/14/11) 2x, Last: vs. Depaul (11/25/13) [12-19] UNI (2/8/12) [0-11] -- NEW MEXICO ST. (11/14/14) NEVADA (12/22/15) at TCU (12/8/08) NEVADA (12/22/15) vs. George Washington (12/25/14) [17-17] -- at Creighton (2/11/12) [9-24] -- DRAKE (11/29/07) CREIGHTON (1/19/13) at Indiana St. (1/13/10) NEWMAN (11/23/14) 2x, Last: at Creighton (3/2/13) [57-27] -- NEWMAN (11/23/14) [42-24] vs. Michigan St. (11/30/08) BRADLEY (1/1/17) vs. LSU (12/18/10) SO. ILLINOIS (1/9/13) BRADLEY (1/23/16) ALCORN ST. (11/30/09) 2x, Last: at Missouri St. (1/21/15) at Evansville (1/31/16) MISSOURI ST. (2/15/12)

49 9 62 14 93 35 33 11 74 34 .702 .207 14 0* 33 5 .800 .000 32 1 44 2 1.00 .400 22 0 51 19 +18 -30 22 2 14 0 13 0 25 3 39* 8

OPPONENT OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/16) SAINT LOUIS (12/6/16) TEXAS TECH (12/19/06) ALABAMA A&M (12/13/10) 2x, Last: OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/16) MISSOURI ST. (2/7/15) at Creighton (3/2/13) at Drake (2/9/16) INDIANA ST. (ot) (1/22/11) UTAH (12/12/15) [33-47] at Creighton (3/2/13) [12-58] vs. Cal Poly (3/21/14) 2x, Last: OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/16) 2x: Last vs. Loyola Marymount (12/22/14) at Bradley (1/5/08) 2x: Last vs. Loyola Marymount (12/22/14) [8-10] SO. ILLINOIS (1/7/09) [0-10] vs. Washington St. (3/29/11) vs. UConn (11/22/10) 2x, Last: Western Carolina (11/15/12) vs. UConn (11/22/10) 2x, Last: MISSOURI ST. (2/15/12) [10-10] MISSOURI ST. (1/8/08) [4-10] ILLINOIS ST. (1/8/14) SO. ILLINOIS (2/3/16) at Evansville (2/7/09) INDIANA ST. (3ot) (1/22/11) 5x, Last: vs. Loyola Marymount (12/22/14) [42-24] vs. Michigan St. (11/30/08) [57-27] -- NEWMAN (11/23/14) at Utah St. (2/20/10) at So. Illinois (1/9/16) vs. Alabama (11/18/11) 2x, Last: Cal St. Fullerton (12/1/11) at Bradley (1/25/08) 4x, Last: EVANSVILLE (2/21/17) CHARLESTON SO. (11/13/15) 2x, Last: at Missouri St. (1/21/15)

INDIVIDUAL HIGHS & LOWS (Marshall Era, 2007-Pr.) Points Point (Half) FG Made FG Attempted FG % 3-Pt. FG Made 3-Pt. FG Attempted 3-Pt. % (min. 4) FT Made FT Attempted FT % Rebounds Assists Blocked Shots Steals Minutes

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39 24 13 21 6-6 8 12 6-6 15 17 15-15 17 11 9 7* 43

WICHITA STATE Cleanthony Early -- SO. ILLINOIS (1/9/13) Fred VanVleet -- at Evansville (1/31/16) Cleanthony Early -- SO. ILLINOIS (1/9/13) Malcolm Armstead -- vs. Ohio St. (3/30/13) 6x, 3 by Ramon Clemente (2007-09) Joe Ragland -- UNLV (12/30/11) 4x, Last: C. Frankamp -- vs. Mo. St. (3/4/17) Clevin Hannah -- at Drake (1/11/09) Fred VanVleet -- at Evansville (1/31/16) Darral Willis Jr. -- OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/17) Fred VanVleet -- at Evansville (1/31/16) Ramon Clemente (2x), Last: at Drake (3/1/08) Fred VanVleet (2x), Last: LOYOLA (2/3/16) Ehimen Orukpe -- SO. ILLINOIS (1/9/13) 2x, Last: Fred VanVleet -- NM ST. (11/14/14) Fred VanVleet -- at Missouri St. (1/11/14)

41 27 15 27 7-7 8 15 4-4 14 16 12-12 16 12 6 9 43

OPPONENT Doug McDermott -- at Creighton (3/2/13) Jeremy Ingram -- NC Central (12/22/13) Doug McDermott -- at Creighton (3/2/13) Andrew Goudelock -- CHARLESTON (3/23/11) 3x, Last: Aundre Jackson -- LOYOLA (1/11/17) Ryan Andino -- EASTERN SHORE (11/20/16) Andrew Goudelock -- CHARLESTON (3/23/11) Edvinas Ruzgas -- at TCU (12/8/08) 2x, Last: Kemba Walker -- vs. UConn (11/22/10) 2x, Last: Marcus Marshall -- vs. Mo. St. (3/8/13) Shy Ely -- at Evansville (2/6/08) 2x, Last: B. Olaniyan -- SO. ILLINOIS (2/3/16) 2x, Last: N. Nairn -- vs. Mich. St. (11/25/16) 3x, Last: A. Mahmoud -- vs. Louisville (11/24/16) Tim Huskisson -- NO. COLO. (12/8/12) Austin Ruder -- Missouri St. (1/11/14)

Sweet 16 for the first time since 2006. The following weekend, they used quick starts to dispatch La Salle and Ohio State to earn the program’s first Final Four berth since 1965. WSU led eventual NCAA Champion Louisville most of the way in the National Semifinal before falling 72-68. The Final Four Shockers gained national attention, but the previous year’s squad may have been just as talented. The 2011-12 Shockers earned a No. 5 seed in the NCAA Tournament but exited in the Second Round. WSU posted a 27-6 mark and cruised to the MVC regular season title with a 16-2 conference record. 7-foot center Garrett Stutz and point guard Joe Ragland became the first Shocker tandem in 30 years to both land on the All-MVC First Team. With a Feb. 18, 2011 win over Davidson, Marshall notched his 300th career coaching victory. The 2010-11 team fell painfully short of an NCAA bid but laid the ground work for the program’s future success with 29-win season, capped by an exhilarating run the NIT Postseason Tournament title. Following victories over Nebraska, Virginia Tech and College of Charleston, the Shockers won back-to-back games at New York’s Madison Square Garden against Washington State (7544) and Alabama (66-57) to bring home the trophy. Marshall’s team showed steady improvement in each of his first three years in Wichita. After winning 11 games in his first season, Marshall wasted little time bulking up an inexperienced roster. The 2008-09 Shockers improved to 17 wins, with wins in nine of their last 13 regular season contests and advanced to the second round of the CBI postseason tournament. The 2009-10 team made further progress, earning votes in the AP poll, advancing to the MVC Tournament title game and locking down a spot in the NIT.


SECTION HEAD COACH TITLE GREGG MARSHALL AT WINTHROP (1998-2007) Marshall was named head coach at WSU on April 14, 2007, following a nine-year run at Winthrop, where he earned seven NCAA Tournament bids and averaged over 20 wins per season. He saved his best for last, taking the 2006-07 Eagles to their third-straight Big South Conference title and the school’s first-ever NCAA tournament victory, beating No. 6 seed Notre Dame. The 2006-07 Eagles finished 29-5, earned a No. 22 national ranking in both major polls, and became the first team in Big South history to go undefeated in loop play (14-0). For his efforts, Marshall was voted Big South Coach of the Year for the fourth time (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007) and also took home a pair of mid-major national coach of the year honors (Collegehoops.net and Collegeinsider.com’s Hugh Durham Award). In 1998-99, his first year as Winthrop head coach after being named to the position in April, 1998, Marshall led the Eagles to a 21-8 record, their first-ever Big South Conference regular-season championship, the conference tournament title and the school’s first trip to the NCAA tournament. Winthrop’s improvement of 14 victories over the 1997-98 season was one of the biggest turnarounds for NCAA Division I programs. Winthrop received a No. 14 seed, the highest ever by a Big South Conference member, as the Eagles faced Oklahoma in the West Region at Tucson, Ariz. Sports Illustrated’s NCAA preview picked the Eagles to defeat the Sooners, but that didn’t come to fruition. Winthrop finished the 1999-00 campaign with a

21-9 record, and Marshall led the Eagles to another Big South Tournament title and a second trip to the Big Dance. It became a three-peat in 2000-01. Marshall's coaching skills were put to the test after a few ill-timed bites from the injury bug, but the team managed an 18-13 record and a third-straight Big South Tournament title. Marshall's 2001-02 team also overcame a series of injuries to finish 19-12. After consecutive runner-up finishes, the Eagles snagged a share of the Big South regular season crown. A 22-point victory over High Point in the BSC Tournament final earned Winthrop a fourth-consecutive NCAA Tournament bid and a firstround date with top-ranked Duke. In 2002-03, Marshall again reached the 20-win plateau and won the Big South regular season outright, but he missed the NCAA Tournament for the first time in five seasons as a head coach. Winthrop's overtime loss to UNC-Asheville in the 2003 semifinals and a subsequent quarterfinal setback in the 2004 tournament were Marshall's only conference tournament blemishes. In nine seasons at Winthrop. His teams went an incredible 19-2 in Big South Tournament play with seven titles. Winthrop went 16-12 in 2003-04 before returning to the NCAA Tournament in 2004-05 with a 27-6 record, after defeating Charleston Southern to win the BSC Tournament. During the 2005-06 season, Marshall became the winningest coach in Winthrop men’s basketball history, passing Nield Gordon’s mark of 161.

AS AN ASSISTANT COACH: In 13 years as an assistant coach, the schools that Marshall was associated with compiled a record of 255-118 (.689). During the two years leading up to his arrival at Winthrop, Marshall served as an assistant coach at Marshall University where he helped guide the Thundering Herd to the 1997 Southern Conference championship. He also had a hand in the program’s standout 1997 recruiting class, ranked by ESPN as the best in the MAC and among the top 40 nationally. Two of Coach Marshall’s recruits landed on the Mid-American Conference All-Freshman Team, with Travis Young also earning conference freshman of the year honors. In the eight years prior (1988-96) Marshall was an assistant on John Kresse’s staff at the College of Charleston when the Cougars made the most successful transition ever from NAIA to NCAA Division I with an NCAA tournament at-large bid in 1994 and consecutive NIT invitations in 1995 and 1996. While at the College of Charleston, Marshall was instrumental in the recruitment of NBA-caliber student-athletes from the state of South Carolina, including 13year NBA veteran Anthony Johnson, Marion Busby and Thaddeous Delaney. All three players were voted Trans-America Athletic Conference Players of the Year. Before joining Kresse’s staff in Charleston, Marshall spent one year as an assistant at Belmont Abbey College (1987-88), and two years at his alma mater, Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Va., (1985-1987). PERSONAL: Marshall received a B.A. degree in economics/business in 1985 from Randolph-Macon and earned the Master’s degree in Sport Management from the University of Richmond in 1987. He is married to the former Lynn Munday of Bellingham, Wash., who earned her master’s degree from the College of Charleston. They are the parents of a son, Kellen, and a daughter, Maggie.

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MARSHALL ERA PROS

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Marshall Era Shockers have appeared on NBA regular season rosters. Marshall Era Shockers have gone on to professional careers.

MARSHALL ERA SHOCKERS IN THE NBA Season Player 2013-14 Gal Mekel Toure’ Murry 2014-15 Gal Mekel Toure’ Murry Cleanthony Early 2015-16 Cleanthony Early 2016-17 Ron Baker Fred VanVleet

... CURRENT PROS MALCOLM ARMSTEAD (2011-13) 2013-14 Krka Nova Mestro Slovenia

Team(s) Dallas Mavericks New York Knicks Dallas Mavericks, New Orleans Pelicans Utah Jazz, Washington Wizards New York Knicks New York Knicks New York Knicks Toronto Raptors

.... ON NBA PRESEASON ROSTERS Year 2013 2014 2015 2016

2017

Player Gal Mekel Toure’ Murry Cleanthony Early Gal Mekel Toure’ Murry Cleanthony Early Toure’ Murry Nick Wiggins Ron Baker Cleanthony Early Toure’ Murry Fred VanVleet Ron Baker Fred VanVleet

Yrs. Experience Rookie Rookie Rookie 1 1 1 2 Rookie Rookie 2 2 Rookie 1 1

Team Dallas Mavericks New York Knicks New York Knicks Dallas Mavericks Utah Jazz New York Knicks Washington Wizards Minnesota Timberwolves New York Knicks New York Knicks Minnesota Timberwolves Toronto Raptors New York Knicks Toronto Raptors

As an undrafted free agent, RON BAKER played his way onto the New York Knicks roster. He made 13 starts as a rookie in 2016-17 and was rewarded in off-season with a two-year extension that will keep him in a Knicks uniform through the 2018-19 season.

... ON NBA SUMMER LEAGUE TEAMS Year 2008 2012 2013 2014 2015

2016

2017

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Player P.J. Couisnard Toure’ Murry Joe Ragland Garrett Stutz Gal Mekel Toure’ Murry Garrett Stutz Cleanthony Early Gal Mekel Nick Wiggins Darius Carter Tekele Cotton Cleanthony Early Toure’ Murry Nick Wiggins Ron Baker Darius Carter Tekele Cotton Cleanthony Early Toure’ Murry Fred VanVleet Cleanthony Early Fred VanVleet

League Orlando Vegas Vegas Orlando/Vegas Vegas Orlando/Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas Orlando Vegas Vegas Vegas/Utah Orlando Vegas Orlando Orlando Vegas Vegas Utah Vegas

Team(s) Bulls Lakers Warriors Nets/Celtics Mavericks Rockets/Knicks Kings Knicks Mavericks Kings Nuggets Thunder Knicks Wizards Timberwolves/Jazz Knicks Nuggets Pistons Knicks Timberwolves Raptors Spurs Raptors

FRED VANVLEET picked up NBA All-Rookie Team votes and helped the Raptors reach the 2017 Eastern Conference semifinals. He also helped the club’s G-League affiliate, Raptors 905, secure a league title with a 28-point, 14-rebound effort in the championship game.

Slovenian SKL / Adriatic / EuroChallenge Slovenian SKL/Adriatic VTB United/ EuroCup Basket League Turkish Super League Turkish Super League LKL

2014-15 Krka Nova Mestro 2015-16 Avtodor Saratov AEK Athens Istanbul BB 2016-17 Yeşilgiresun 2017-18 Neptunas

Slovenia Russia Greece Turkey Turkey Lithuania

RON BAKER (2011-16) 2016-17 New York Knicks Westchester Knicks 2017-18 New York Knicks

USA NBA Westchester, NY D-League USA NBA

DARIUS CARTER (2013-15) 2015-16 Vita Tbilisi Rep. of Georgia Rethymno B.C. Greece 2016-17 BG-Goettingen Germany 2017-18 BG-Goettingen Germany

Georgian Super/VTB United HEBA A1 German BBL German BBL

RAMON CLEMENTE (2007-09) 2009 Indios de Mayaguez Puerto Rico 2009-10 Maccabi Ashdod Israel 2010-11 Hapoel Yokneam Megido Israel 2011 Indios de Mayaguez Puerto Rico Halcones Rojes de Veracruz Mexico 2011-12 Hapoel Kiryat Tiv'on Israel 2012 Indios de Mayaguez Puerto Rico 2012-13 Ironi Nahariya Israel 2013 Indos de Mayaguez Puerto Rico 2013-14 Pallacanestro Mantovana Italy 2014 Indios de Mayaguez Puerto Rico 2014-15 Obras Sanitarias Argentina 2015-16 Ferro Carril Oeste Argentina 2016 Indios de Mayaguez Puerto Rico 2016-17 Ferro Carril Oeste Argentina 2017 Indios de Mayaguez Puerto Rico 2017-18 Ciclista Olímpico Argentina

BSN Israeli Premier Israeli Premier BSN LNBP Liga Leumit BSN Israeli Premier BSN DNA Silver BSN LNB-Liga A LNB-Liga A BSN LNB-Liga A BSN LNB-Liga A

KADEEM COLEBY (2012-13) 2013-14 AL Fateh Saudi Arabia 2014-15 Al Manama Bahrain 2015-16 Al Muharraq Bahrain 2016-17 Al Manama Bahrain 2017-18 Akita Northern Happinets Japan

Saudi Premier Bahrain Premier Bahrain Premier Bahrain Premier B.League

TEKELE COTTON (2011-15) 2015-16 MHP RIESEN Ludwigsburg Germany 2016-17 MHP RIESEN Ludwigsburg Germany 2017-18 Enisey-Krasnoyarsk Russia

German BBL/ EuroCup German BBL/BCL VTB United

CLEANTHONY EARLY (2012-14) 2014-15 New York Knicks New York, NY Westchester Knicks Westchester, NY 2015-16 New York Knicks New York, NY Westchester Knicks Westchester, NY

NBA G-League NBA G-League


MARSHALL ERA PROS 2016-17 Santa Cruz Warriors

Santa Cruz, CA

G-League

AARON ELLIS (2007-11) 2013-14 Schwenningen 2014-15 FC Kaiserslautern 2015-16 FC Kaiserslautern 2016-17 Speyer 2017-18 FC Kaiserslautern

Germany (T-4) Germany (T-4) Germany (T-4) Germany (T-4) Germany (T-4)

Regionalliga SW Regionalliga SW Regionalliga SW Regionalliga SW Regionalliga SW

Mackay Meteors Australia ASL 2016-17 KK Rabotnicki AD Skopje Macedonia Macedonian Premier Orangeville, Ontario NBL Canada Orangeville A's

... RETIRED PROS

ANTON GRADY (2015-16) 2016-17 Plymouth Raiders United Kingdom BBL MANTAS GRISKENAS (2007-09) 2009-10 Meresta Pakruojis Lithuania 2010-11 Sodertalje Kings Sweden 2011-12 Sodertalje Kings Sweden 2012-13 CSU Atlassib Sibiu Romania 2013-14 Sodertalje Kings Sweden 2015-16 KFUM Nassjo Basket Sweden 2016-17 KFUM Nassjo Basket Sweden 2017-18 KFUM Nassjo Basket Sweden

NKL Basketligan Basketligan Divsion A Basketligan/Eurochallenge Basketligan Basketligan Basketligan

CLEVIN HANNAH (2008-10) 2010-11 Miercurea Romania 2011-12 Karhu Kauhajoki Finland 2012-13 Evreux France (Tier-2) 2013-14 Nancy France 2014-15 FIATC Joventut Spain 2015-16 Bilboa Basket Spain 2016-17 Buyukcekmece Basketbol Turkey Lietuvos Rytas Lithuania 2017-18 UCAM Murcia Spain

Liga 1 Koriliga ProB ProA ACB ACB / EuroCup / Spanish Cup Turkish BSL/ Europe Cup LKL/ Eurocup ACB

CARL HALL (2011-13) 2013-14 Hyogo Storks 2014-15 Shinsu Brave Warriors Yokohama B-Corsairs 2015-16 Yokohama B-Corsairs 2016-17 Tokyo HT Niagara River Lions 2017 Soles SD 2017-18 Niagara River Lions

NBL of Japan BJ-League BJ-League BJ-League BJ-League NBL Canada Dominican LNB NBL Canada

Japan Japan Japan Japan Japan Ontario, Canada Dominican Rep. Ontario, Canada

CHADRACK LUFILE (2012-14) 2014-15 Sioux Falls Sky Force Sioux Falls, S.D. G-League 2016-17 Cape Breton Highlanders Novascotia, Canada NBL Canada KENNY MANIGAULT (2009-10) 2015-16 Goldfields Giants Australia 2016-17 AZS Koszalin Poland 2017-18 Pyrinto Finland

SBL TBL Korisliga

GAL MEKEL (2006-08) 2007-08 Maccabi Tel Aviv 2008-09 Hapoel Gilboa Galil 2009-10 Maccabi Tel Aviv Hapoel Gilboa Galil 2010-11 Hapoel Gilboa Galil 2011-12 De'Longhi Treviso 2012-13 Maccabi Haifa 2013-14 Dallas Mavericks Texas Legends 2014-15 Dallas Mavericks New Orleans Pelicans BC Nizhny Novgorod 2015-16 Maccabi Tel Aviv Crvena zvezda 2016-17 Maccabi Tel Aviv 2017-18 Gran Canaria

Israeli Premier Israeli Premier Israeli Premier Israeli Premier Israeli Premier/EuroLeague Italia Lega-A Israeli Premier NBA G-League NBA Preseason NBA EuroLeague/VTB United Israeli Premier Adriatic/ EuroCup Israeli Premier/Euro League ACB

Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel Italy Israel Dallas, Texas Frisco, Texas Dallas, Texas New Orleans, La. Russia Israel Serbia Israel Spain

TOURE' MURRY (2008-12) 2012-13 Rio Grande Valley Vipers Hidalgo, Texas 2013-14 Erie Bayhawks Erie, Penn. New York Knicks New York, N.Y.

G-League G-League NBA

JOE RAGLAND has carved out a lucrative career on the European circuit. After parts of five seasons in Italy, he signed a two-year deal with Russian club Lokomotiv Kuban in the VTB United League. 2014-15 Utah Jazz Idaho Stampede Utah Jazz Rio Grande Valley Vipers Washington Wizards 2015-16 Washington Wizards Texas Legends Sioux Falls SkyForce 2016-17 Minnesota Timberwolves Yesligiresun Belediye 2017-18 Ratiopharm

Salt Lake City Boise, Idaho Salt Lake City Hidalgo, Texas Washington D.C. Washington, D.C. Frisco, Texas Sioux Falls, S.D. Minneapolis, MN Turkey Germany

JOE RAGLAND (2010-12) 2012-13 Acqua Vitasnella Cantu Italy Univ. Catolica de Murcia Spain 2013-14 Acqua Vitasnella Cantu Italy 2014-15 Olimpia Milano Italy 2015-16 Pinar Kariyaka Turkey Sidigas Avellino Italy 2016-17 Sidigas Avellino Italy 2017-18 Lokomotiv Russia

NBA Preseason G-League NBA G-League NBA NBA Preseason G-League G-League NBA Preseason Turkish BSL BBL Lega A ACB Lega A Lega A/EuroLeague Turkish BSL/EuroLeague Lega A Lega A/ BCL VTB United

FRED VANVLEET (2012-16) 2016-17 Toronto Raptors Toronto, Ontario NBA Raptors 905 Mississauga, Ontario G-League 2017-18 Toronto Raptors Toronto, Ontario NBA GARRETT STUTZ (2008-12) 2012-13 Anyang KGC South Korea Maine Red Claws Portland, Maine 2013-14 Energa Czarni Slupsk Poland 2014-15 CEZ Nymburk Czech Republic 2015-16 Tsmoki-Minsk Belarus 2016-17 Divina Seguros Joventut Spain 2017-18 Shimane SM Japan

KBL D-League PLK Czech NBL VTB United/ Europe Cup ACB League B.1 (2nd Division)

TOM "BUSH" WAMUKOTA (2014-16) 2016-17 Kyrenia Cyprus TRNC 2017 Eko Kings Nigeria Nigera-CBL NICK WIGGINS (2012-14) 2014-15 Tigers Tubingen Germany Idaho Stampede Boise, Idaho 2015-16 Minnesota Timberwolves Minneapolis, MN Raptors 905 Mississauga, Ontario

German BBL D-League NBA Preseason D-League

JAMES ANACREON (2011-12) 2013-14 BC Spartak Pleven Bulgaria 2014-15 Gigantes Mexico

Bulgarian NBL LNBP

GABE BLAIR (2008-11) 2011-12 Ironi Nes-Ziona 2012-13 Ironi Nes-Ziona 2013-14 Capitol Montevideo Alianzo Viedma

Israeli Premier Israeli Premier LUB LBA-TNA

Israel Israel Uruguay Argentina (T-2)

P.J. COUISNARD (2003-08) 2008-09 Soproni Sordogok Hungary 2009-10 Soproni Sordogok Hungary 2010-11 SE Texas Mavericks Beaumont, Texas 2011-12 Houston Xperience Houston, Texas 2013-14 Shreveport-Bossier Mavs Shreveport, La. 2014 Jiangsu Tongxi China 2014-15 Shreveport-Bossier Mavs Shreveport, La. 2015-16 Kentucky Mavericks Owensboro, Ky.

A-Division A-Division ABA ABA ABA NBL ABA PBL

J.T. DURLEY (2006-11) 2011-12 Baloncesto Leon 2012-13 Weber Bahia Estudiantes Quesos Cerrato de Palencia 2013-14 Melilla Baloncesto 2015-16 Quilmes Mar del Plata Union de Santa Fe

LEB Oro LNB-Liga A LEB Oro LEB Oro LNB-Liga A TNA

Spain (Tier-2) Argentina Spain (Tier-2) Spain (Tier-2) Aregentina Aregentina (T2)

A.J. HAWKINS (2007-09) 2010-11 Massagno Switzerland

Swiss LNA

DAVID KYLES (2008-12) 2012-13 Astrum Levice BK Levicki Patrioti BK Inter Bratislava 2013-14 Turi Svitavy Panelefsiniakos B.C. 2014-15 AEK Athens Michelin Etha Engomis 2015-16 Rustavi

NBL Slovak Extraliga Slovak Extraliga NBL Greek A1 Greek A1 Cypriot 1st Division Georgian Superliga

Czech Republic Slovakia Slovakia Czech Republic Greece Greece Cyprus Rep. of Georgia

EHIMEN ORUKPE (2010-13) 2013-14 Univ. Catolica de Murcia Spain 2014-15 Penas Huesca Spain (Tier-2) C.B. Tarragona Spain (Tier-3) 2015-16 Uhud Medina Saudi Arabia Jolly JBS Croatia

ACB LEB Oro LEB Plata Saudi Premier Croatia A1

BEN SMITH (2010-12) 2013-14 London Lions

British League

Great Britain

PAN-EUROPEAN BASKETBALL LEAGUES Tier 1 -- EuroLeague (Euroleague Basketball) Tier 2 -- EuroCup (Euroleague Basketball) Tier 3 -- Champions League (FIBA) Tier 4 -- FIBA Europe Cup (FIBA) FIBA EuroChallenge -- Former Tier-3 league, dissolved in 2015 OTHER REGIONAL LEAGUES / COMPETITIONS Adriatic League -- Best finishers from national leagues in Serbia (Top-4), Croatia (3), Slovenia (2), Montenegro (2), Macedonia (2), Bosnia & Herzegovina (1). VTB United League -- Russia/ Northern & Eastern Europe

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Isaac

BROWN Assistant Coach • 4th Season at WSU

OVERVIEW

Isaac Brown begins his fourth season on Gregg Marshall's WSU staff. The longtime assistant has been a part of conference championship teams in each of the past five years and in eight of his 15 seasons overall at the Division I level. Brown has been a part of title winners in four different leagues (WAC, C-USA, MVC, Sun Belt) and will shoot for a fifth in 2018 when WSU makes its move to the American Athletic Conference. In three seasons in Wichita, Brown has helped the Shockers to an 87-19 (.821) mark and three Missouri Valley Conference regular season banners. While at Louisiana Tech, Brown helped guide the Bulldogs to the 2013 WAC crown and - after the school transitioned to a new conference - a share of the 2014 C-USA title. At WSU, Brown works primarily with the Shocker big men. Three of his original charges -- 2018 seniors Rauno Nurger, Rashard Kelly and Shaquille Morris -- have made significant strides since Brown's arrival in June of 2014. In 2016-17, Morris earned all-conference honors and Kelly and Nurger were named to the MVC's All-Bench team. WSU's front line dominated on the glass, ranking second nationally in rebound margin (+9.0), trailing only national champion UNC. “I have known Isaac 15 years and have always enjoyed my dealings with him,” said Marshall after Brown's hiring. “He is very personable and a quality individual. He has a great reputation as a coach and recruiter and is excellent at building relationships with student-athletes. In addition, he has coached at a very high level in the SEC, and he has also impressed me with the job he has done helping Coach White at Louisiana Tech build a nationally relevant program.” In the last of his three seasons at Louisiana Tech (2011-14), Brown helped lead the Bulldogs to a school-record 29 wins, a share of the C-USA regular season title and a runner-up finish at the conference tournament. 44

Louisiana Tech also registered wins against Big 12 runner-up Oklahoma and SEC runner-up Georgia, and was one victory shy of reaching the NIT semifinals. Brown’s on-court responsibilities for the Bulldogs involved coaching the wings and guards, which included four all-conference players during his coaching stint. In 2012-13, he helped coach the team to a 27-7 overall record and a 16-2 mark in conference that earned the Bulldogs their first-ever WAC regular season title. The year featured a program-record 18-game winning streak, the school’s first AP Top 25 ranking in 28 years and an NIT berth. This solid foundation was laid a year earlier by Brown and the coaching staff when the team finished the regular season with wins in five of its last six games and reached the program’s first-ever WAC Tournament final after upsetting Utah State and Nevada in the quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively. Prior to joining Michael White’s staff, Brown served as a season as associate head coach at Arkansas State (2010-11) under John Brady. The team went 17-15 and won the Sun Belt regular season title. Brown also worked with John Pelphrey for eight seasons: five at South Alabama (2002-07) and three at Arkansas (‘07-10). Brown began his coaching career with four seasons as an assistant in the JUCO ranks. At Okaloosa-Walton Community College he recruited and coached Kedric Brown, who in 2001 became the first junior college player selected as an NBA lottery pick (No. 11 by Boston). He also coached guard Donell Taylor, who played for the Washington Wizards. Fifteen OWCC players signed Division I scholarships while Brown was on the staff. Brown earned his bachelor’s in health and physical education from ULM in 1995. He played two years at Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (1989-90), spent one season at Texas A&M (1991), transferred to ULM and sat out the 1992 season before helping his team win to a 27-4 finish, the Southland title and an NCAA Tournament bid.

BROWN FILE Alma Mater: Louisana-Monroe (’95) Playing Experience: Mississippi Gulf Coast CC - 1988-90 Texas A&M - 1990-91 Louisiana-Monroe - 1991-93 Coaching Experience: Pearl River (Miss.) CC – Assistant Coach – 1997-99 Pascagoula (Miss.) HS – Assistant Coach – 1999-2000 Okaloosa-Walton (Fla.) CC – Assistant Coach – 2000-02 South Alabama – Assistant Coach – 2002-07 Arkansas – Assistant Coach – 2007-10 Arkansas State – Assistant Coach – 2010-11 Louisiana Tech – Assistant Coach – 2011-14 Wichita State – Assistant Coach – 2014-Present NCAA Tournament Appearances: (5) Wichita State: 2015 (S16), 2016 (R32), 2017 (R32) Arkansas: 2008 (R32) South Alabama: 2006 Other D-I Postseason Appearances: (3) Louisiana Tech: 2013 NIT (R16), 2014 NIT (QF) South Alabama: 2007 NIT


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Kyle

LINDSTED Assistant Coach • 3rd Season at WSU

OVERVIEW

The 2017-18 season marks Kyle Lindst-

ed’s third on the Wichita Staff staff, after 15 years at Sunrise Christian Academy, where he built a nationally-prominent high school and prep basketball program from the ground up. In Lindsted’s first two seasons on staff, WSU won over 80 percent of its games (57-14) en route to two Missouri Valley Conference regular season titles and one conference tournament crown. The team also continued its trend of postseason success, defeating Vanderbilt, Arizona and Dayton in two NCAA Tournament appearances. From 2000 to 2015, the 41-year old Lindsted served as athletic director and head basketball coach at Sunrise Christian – a small private school located just north of Wichita. Between 2010 and 2015, his program produced an incredible 35 NCAA Division I players, including current Shockers Brett Barney, Zach Brown, C.J. Keyser and Rauno Nurger. The most notable Sunrise alum to date is Oklahoma’s Buddy Hield, the 2016 consensus national player of the year in college basketball. Two other recent graduates - Lourawis ‘Tum-Tum’ Nairn and Marvin Clark - helped lead Michigan State to the 2015 Final Four. “Having gotten to know Kyle, I feel we share a similar ideology and recipe for success,” Marshall said. “We both believe in the importance of seeking out talented young men who also possess high character. I’ve watched him grow as a coach and builder of a program and have been highly impressed.” Lindsted said: “Growing up in Wichita as a Shocker fan, it’s a dream come true to be in this position. Coach Marshall has established a basketball culture here that I identify with, built on toughness, hard work and doing the right thing. I feel blessed by the Lord to have this opportunity.”

His father founded Sunrise in 1987, but it was Lindsted who put its basketball program on the map. After taking over the basketball program in 2000, he slowly built his alma mater from a relative unknown – even locally - into one of the nation’s most-respected high school programs, securing full Nike sponsorship and a multi-year contract with ESPN’s National High School Invitational. In each of his last three years, Sunrise was ranked in the top 25 nationally. In his final game, Lindsted’s team captured the 2015 Bluegrass National Championship in Kentucky. Lindsted’s success is rooted in his insistence on helping players mature in all aspects of life – including those outside of basketball – and his ability to form genuine, lasting relationships with the people around him. In 2010, Sunrise produced a pair of Division I signees – the first of the Lindsted era – setting the wheels in motion.

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A growing track record of on-court success, mixed with Linsted’s reputation as a strong mentor, turned Sunrise into a destination spot for talented prospects looking to reach the next level.

Alma Mater: Central Christian College of Kansas ('03)

In 2014 Sunrise’s high school and recently formed post-graduate team would combine to send 12 student-athletes to D-1 schools. Three additional players with Sunrise ties landed at the D-1 level via the JUCO ranks.

NCAA Tournament Appearances: (2) Wichita State: 2016 (R32), 2017 (R32)

Coaching Experience: 17th Season Sunrise Christian Academy (Kan.) – Head Coach – 2000-2015 Wichita State – Assistant Coach – 2015-Present

In 2015, 10 more Sunrise alums signed on to D-1 programs. Linsted earned his undergraduate degree at Central Christian College in McPherson, Kan. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Anita, and the couple have six children: Casey (22), Cody (20), Chase (16), Cayden (12), C.J. (10), and Cyleigh (7). (21), Cody (19), Chase (15), Cayden (10), C.J. (8), and Cyleigh (6).

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Donnie

JONES Assistant Coach • 1st Season at WSU

OVERVIEW

D

onnie Jones brings a long track record of success to Wichita State, having taken part in more than 600 wins in 28 seasons at the collegiate level. He joined Gregg Marshall’s staff in April, 2017 as an assistant coach, following a year of scouting for the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers. In nine seasons as a Division I head coach -- three at Marshall University (2007-10) and six more at the University of Central Florida (2010-16) – Jones amassed 158 victories. Prior to that, he helped the University of Florida to three Final Fours and back-to-back national championships (2006 & 2007) during an 11-year run as an assistant coach under Billy Donovan. Marshall said: “I’ve known Donnie for over 20 years. He’s not only one of the great coaches, but one of the great people in our business. We have talked about potentially working together for many years. He will bring his wonderful family to Wichita and will quickly become a strong, active member of our community. We are getting a very qualified, professional college basketball coach.” Jones has had a hand in the recruitment and development of 13 NBA Draft picks, most recently seven-footer Hassan Whiteside, who led the NCAA in blocks during the 2009-10 season at Marshall. Currently a member of the Miami Heat, Whiteside was the NBA’s 2016 blocks leader and captured the league’s rebounding crown in 2017.

In addition, Jones signed Tacko Fall – the American Athletic Conference’s 2017 Defensive Player of the Year – as part of his final UCF recruiting class. Jones also excelled on the recruiting trail as an assistant. During his 11 years at Florida (1996-2007), the program signed 11 McDonald’s High School All-Americans and boasted top-five national recruiting classes on five occasions. Following Florida’s second national title in 2007, five of Jones’ pupils -- Corey Brewer, Taurean Green, Al Horford, Joakim Noah and Chris Richard - were selected in the draft. Beyond basketball, Jones is a sought-after motivational speaker in the corporate world, with messages that mirror his core coaching values of positivity, humility, love, communication and unity. As Head Coach at UCF (2010-16): In six years at UCF, Jones led the Knights to three 20-win seasons and a pair of postseason appearances (the program’s first at-large bids of any kind). A 14-0 start to the 2010-11 campaign resulted in the Knights’ first-ever national ranking. Jones’ signature win -- also one of the biggest in UCF history – came during the 2011 Battle 4 Atlantis when the Knights rallied from a 17-point second half deficit to defeat fourth-ranked and defending national champion, UConn. Midway through his term, UCF transitioned to the newly-formed American Athletic Conference.

JONES FILE Education: Bachelors: Business Education, Pikeville College (1988) Masters: Sports Management, Marshall University (1992) Playing Experience: 1984-88 – Pikeville College Coaching Experience: 2017-Pr. -- Wichita State -- Assistant Coach 2016-17 – Los Angeles Clippers -- College Scout 2010-16 – University of Central Florida -- Head Coach 2007-10 – Marshall University -- Head Coach 1996-07 – University of Florida – Assistant Coach 1992-96 – Marshall University – Assistant Coach 1990-92 – Marshall University – Graduate Assistant 1988-90 – Pikeville College – Assistant Coach NCAA Tournament Appearances: (9) at Florida: 1999 (S16), 2000 (NRU), 2001 (R32), 2002 (R64), 2003 (R32), 2004 (R64), 2005 (R32), 2006 (NC), 2007 (NC) Other D-I Postseason Appearances: (5) at Florida: 1998 (NIT), 2008 (NIT Semifinals) at Marshall: 2010 (CIT Quarterfinals) at UCF: 2011 (CBI Semifinals), 2012 (NIT Quarterfinals)

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SECTION TITLE ASSISTANTS & SUPPORT STAFF As Head Coach at Marshall (2007-10) At Marshall, Jones turned around a program that had struggled since its move to Conference USA. In his first year, the Thundering Herd finished with a winning record for the first time in seven years. In year No. 3, helped by impact freshman Hassan Whiteside (C-USA’s freshman and defensive player of the year), Marshall finished 24-10 and qualified for the postseason for the first time in 22 years. A 90-88 win over Western Carolina was the program’s first postseason victory since 1967. Whiteside’s 182 blocks was the fourth-highest single-season total in NCAA history, and he was selected 33rd overall by the Sacramento Kings in the 2010 NBA Draft. As Assistant Coach at Florida (1996-2007) In 11 years as an assistant under Billy Donovan, Jones played a key role in the program’s recruitment and player development efforts, helping Florida to nine-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, four SEC Eastern Division titles and three SEC tournament crowns. In 2000, the Gators defeated North Carolina in the Final Four before falling to Michigan State in the national championship game. It took another seven years, but Florida returned to the title round in 2006 as a No. 3 seed and defeated UCLA, 73-57, to capture the school’s first NCAA basketball championship. A year later – with all five starters back – the Gators defeated Ohio State, 84-75, to earn a second-straight national title. As Assistant Coach at Marshall (1990-96) Jones broke into Division I basketball in 1990 as a graduate assistant at Marshall. Two years later, he was elevated to full-time assistant status. A 28-year old, Donovan was named head coach in 1994 and retained Jones, which turn out to be a wise decision. The pair worked together for the next 13 seasons. In their first year together (199495) Marshall doubled its win total and captured the SoCon North Division title. Led by future NBA first round pick Jason Williams, The Herd posted a 17-11 record in 1995-96. At Pikeville (Ky.) College (1988-90): Jones began his coaching path with two years as an assistant at his alma mater, Pikeville College in Kentucky. As a senior point guard in 1987-88, Jones ranked second nationally in NAIA at 10.7 assists per game. He set program record with 513 career assists and was later inducted into the school’s athletics hall of fame.

Dominic

OKON Director of Operations

Dominic Okon is in his tenth season as Director of Men’s Basketball Operations at Wichita State, coming to Wichita just a few weeks after head coach Gregg Marshall's hiring in the spring of 2007. Okon serves a crucial behind-the-scenes role on the Shocker staff, managing the team's budget, equipment orders, travel arrangments and day-to-day scheduling. In addition, he serves as a liaison to staff throughout the WSU athletic department. Okon's coaching background also has also proven valuable with nine seasons as a collegiate assistant. He also served as an assistant with the Nigerian National Team during the 2012 Olympic games in London. The longest-tenured member of the Marshall's WSU staff, Okon has been part of a steady rise - from an 11-20 record in 2007-08, to a current run of six-straight NCAA Tournament and four-straight conference crownds. Okon came to WSU after one year at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., where he was an assistant coach after spending eight years as assistant men’s basketball coach at one of the nation's most renowned junior college programs -- Three Rivers Community Col-

JONES’ PUPILS IN NBA DRAFT Jason Williams (Florida) Sacramento Kings st 1 round, 7th overall / 1998

Corey Brewer (Florida) Minnesota Timberwolves st 1 round, 7th overall / 2007

Mike Miller (Florida) Orlando Magic st 1 round, 5th overall / 2000

Joakim Noah (Florida) Chicago Bulls st 1 round, 9th overall / 2007

Donnell Harvey (Florida) New York Knicks 1st round, 22nd overall / 2000

Chris Richard (Florida) Minnesota Timberwolves 2nd round, 41st overall / 2007

Matt Bonner (Florida) Chicago Bulls nd 2 round, 45th overall / 2003

Taurean Green (Florida) Portland Trailblazers nd 2 round, 52nd overall / 2007

Christian Drejer (Florida) New Jersey Nets 2nd round, 51st overall / 2004

Marreese Speights (Florida) Philadelphia 76’ers 1st round, 16th overall / 2008

David Lee (Florida) New York Knicks st 1 round, 30th overall / 2005

Hassan Whiteside (Marshall) Sacramento Kings nd 2 round, 33rd overall / 2010

Al Horford (Florida) Atlanta Hawks st 1 round, 3rd overall / 2007

Personal: The Point Pleasant, W.Va. native is a 1988 graduate of Pikeville College with a degree in business education. He earned his master’s in sports management from Marshall University in 1992. Jones is married to the former Michelle Gibson, and the couple have three children: Madisyn, Isaac and Sophie.

lege in Poplar Bluff, Mo. -- under Gene Bess. Okon helped the Raiders to an impressive 197-62 record over eight seasons, while aiding Three Rivers in claiming two regional titles and a trip the national tournament. During his tenure, Okon assisted in the development of four All-Americans, while more than 30 players under his tutelage moved on to four-year schools. While at Three Rivers, Okon was responsible for on-court coaching, recruiting, scouting, and player development. In addition, he was in charge of athletic administration which included athletic insurance, athletic eligibility, study hall monitor and housing supervision. Okon was a four-year collegiate basketball player, including two seasons at Three Rivers and two seasons at Loyola University of Chicago, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. While at Three Rivers, Okon earned all-conference and all-region honors and led the team to a 59-12 record, two region titles and a fifth-place finish at the national tournament. After college, Okon represented the Nigerian National Team in various international basketball tournaments, appearing in the 1997 Nations Cup in Africa. The team's performance there qualified Nigeria for the World Cup in Athens, Greece a year later. In 2012, he helped coach the Nigerian National Team in Venezuela that qualified for the London Olympics, the first appearance ever. A native of Akwa Ibom, Nigeria, he and his wife Monica, have two sons, Jaden and Jordan.

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SECTION TITLE ASSISTANTS & SUPPORT STAFF During his term at the University of Louisville and under the tutelage of Rick Pitino, the Cardinals finished second in the Big East conference and advanced to the second round of the 2007 NCAA tournament. Devon

SMITH Manager of Player Development

At Oakland University (Mich), Smith helped the Grizzlies to their first ever NCAA tournament appearance and victory under Coach Greg Kampe and also helped land the No. 1 recruiting class in the conference by HoopScoop.com. The Rochester, Mich. school in also won the 2005 Mid-Continent Tournament Championship and won an NCAA Tournament opening round game that season.

Devon Smith, a former Director of Basketball Operations at Louisville and an Ohio

Smith also played and assisted Coach Jim O’Brien at The Ohio State University. In his junior season, the Buckeyes completed the nation’s best turnaround en route to a 27-9 record and a 1999 Final Four appearance. In 2000, the Buckeyes won the Big Ten Championship and were as high as No. 4 in the AP Top 25.

Smith’s role includes a wide variety of tasks and special projects essential to the program’s success. In addition to the preparation of scouting reports and film, Smith is also responsible for coordination of training schedules and team meals.

In returning to work on the Ohio State staff, the Buckeyes advanced to the Big Ten Championship game in 2003.

State graduate, is in his eighth season at WSU as Manager of Player Development.

Smith came to WSU from Champions Academy in Indianapolis, Ind. where, under the direction of Ed Schilling, he provided individual skill instruction to college and professional players, including 2010 NBA lottery selections Gordon Hayward and Patrick Patterson. Prior to that, Smith worked as the top assistant to former Louisville great Wiley Brown at Indiana Southeast, and helped lead the team to consecutive conference championships and national tournament appearances.

With a degree in communications, Smith has also worked as on-air talent both for ESPN and Fox Sports Net. His start in coaching came from the legendary Howard Garfinkel, who at Five-Star Camps has placed more than 300 college and NBA coaches into the profession. He also coached at the ABCD and Duke camps as well. Smith prepped at Fork Union Military Academy in Fork Union, Va and played for 40-year coaching great Fletcher Arritt. Smith helped his 1994-95 team produce a 25-4 record.

Nick

John Robert

Video Coordinator • 3rd Season at WSU

Graduate Manager • 1st Season

JONES Nick Jones begins his first season as video coordinator in 2017-18 after spending the two previous years as a graduate manager.

After four years on the court, John Robert Simon joins the 2017-18 Wichita State staff

Jones’ primary responsibilities include analysis and evaluation of team practices and games, video and statistical analysis of upcoming opponents, and assisting with the development of strategic game plans and scouting reports.

Simon’s Shocker career coincided with one of the best four-year stretches in program history. From 2013-17, WSU won four MVC regular season crowns, posted six NCAA Tournament wins, and compiled a 122-20 record.

Prior to arriving at WSU, Jones spent the 2014-15 season at the University of Hawaii as its men’s basketball video coordinator graduate assistant. In addition to overseeing all video aspects, he coordinated the team’s player development, assisting with paper and video scouts, recording practice and game statistics, and leading a team of student managers. In addition, Jones assisted with the team’s campus outreach with the goal of improving student attendance and participation at home basketball games.

Simon broke in as a walk-on point behind All-American and future NBA point guard Fred VanVleet and appeared in 25 games during WSU’s historic 35-0 start to the 201314 season.

Jones’ lone season at Hawaii was a successful one. A young Rainbow Warrior squad went 22-13 and finished a victory shy of the NCAA Tournament after reaching the finals of the 2015 Big West Tournament. From 2009 to 2014, Jones served as a student manager for the men’s basketball program at Kansas State under head coaches Frank Martin and Bruce Weber. In 2012 Jones was elevated to head manager. During his tenure, K-State had a 121-51 record and made five straight NCAA tournament appearances, including an Elite Eight trip in 2010. The 2013 Wildcats brought home a share of the Big 12 regular season title. Jones is a Wichita native and a graduate of Goddard High School. He earned a master’s degree in sport management from Wichita State in 2016. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business management from Kansas State University in 2014, with a minor in leadership studies and also completed a coaching certificate. Nick and his wife, Miranda, reside in Wichita. 48

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as a graduate manager.

Simon improved steadily over the next three years, evolving into a behind-the-scenes leader as an upperclassman. Prior to his senior season, he was awarded a full scholarship. “I just felt like I was able to reward a young man who’s been a part of our program for three-and-a-half years,” head coach Gregg Marshall said after the announcement. “He represents himself, his family, and the university in a first-class way.” In May, 2017 Simon finished up his Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship from Wichita State. He is currently pursuing a masters degree in sport administration. Simon, 23, is an Oklahoma City native and a graduate of Putnam City North High School.


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Todd

Kerry

Athletic Trainer

Head Strength & Conditioning Coach MSCC, RSCC*E

FAGAN Now in his 12th season as the team’s athletic trainer, Todd Fagan has been on the Shocker bench for more wins than any other man in program history (278, dating back to the final season of the Mark Turgeon era).

ROSENBOOM Kerry Rosenboom, a Wichita native and Newman graduate has been at WSU since the fall of 1987. This is his 31st year s the WSU’s Head Strength & Conditioning Coach.

In 2003, Fagan worked at the professional level as a seasonal assistant with the New York Jets training staff. During the 2002 season, he served as a training camap intern with the Dallas Cowboys.

Rosenboom is among the most-accomplished mentors in his profession. He’s one of approximately 15 coaches nationwide who are registered as both a “Master Strength and Conditioning Coach” and “Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach Emeritus” (the top titles offered by the strength and conditioning world’s two-most well-known organizations, the CSCCa and NSCA).

Fagan earned a Masters of Education in Kinesiology from the University of Texas at Austin in 2003 while working two seasons as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the Longhorn track and field and football programs.

Over the years he’s trained successful squads in numerous sports, including the 1989 National Championship baseball team, the 2011 NIT Champion men’s basketball team, and the 2013 Final Four squad.

The Mulvane, Kan. native earned his undergrad at Southwestern College in Winfield, where he was a two-time Academic All-American at Wide Receiver.

Rosenboom’s impact has been felt at the highest levels of professional sports. He’s worked with a long list of professional basketball players, most recently former Shockers Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet. Through his “Weight-Training for Baseball” consulting business he has helped over 100 players who have made it to the Major Leagues.

Prior to WSU, Fagan spent two years in a similar role at Friends University.

Fagan and his wife Emily have two children, Brody & Eliza.

He and his wife, Jean, have three children, Kayla, Tyler and Katie, as well as three grandchildren Brycen, Addison, and Tate.

Ryan

Baylie

Special Assistant to the Head Coach

Program Assistant

HILLARD Ryan Hillard begins his 10th season with the Shocker men’s basketball program and his sixth as Special Assistant to the Head Coach in 2017-18. Hillard is responsible for a number of administrative and organizational duties for head coach Gregg Marshall, while working closely with staff and student athletes. Annually, he coordinates a number of events, including Senior Night, the Shockers’ Post-Season Awards Banquet, Shocker Basketball Camps and Clinics, and the Gregg Marshall’s Auction and Golf Tournament. Before taking on his current role, Hillard spent four seasons as a basketball manager (2008-12), serving as head manager in each of his last two years. A Goddard, Kan. native, Hillard graduated from Wichita State with an undergraduate degree in Sport Management in May of 2011 and later added a master’s degree, also in Sports Management. Ryan and his wife, Keely, reside in Wichita.

STOUS Baylie Stous transitions to a new full-time role in 2017-18 as men’s basketball’s Program Assistant. She spent the past two years as a graduate assistant in the WSU athletic department. Stous handles a number of behind-the-scenes duties for the staff, ranging from dayto-day operations to special events. She assists with expense reports, the planning and coordinating of road trips, travel itineraries, the scheduling of team meals, campus recruiting and practices. She also plays an important part in the team’s recruiting efforts, handling social media accounts and recruitment pieces. In the spring and summer, she helps plan and execute the annual Gregg Marshall Auction and Golf Tournament and the many Gregg Marshall Shocker Basketball Summer Camps. Stous shouldered many of the same responsibilities in 2016-17 as men’s basketball’s administrative graduate assistant after a year assisting the WSU Student Services Deparment. In the latter role, she worked with the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and served as the department’s community outreach project coordinator. During the 2014-15 season, Stous completed an internship at Bowling Green as the men’s basketball program’s administrative assistant, helping with day-to-day operations in the office. From 2012-14, she was a student manager for the Shockers. A native of Berryton, Kan., Stous owns a pair of sport management degrees from Wichita State University. She completed her undergraduate work in 2015 and added a master’s in 2017. 49


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Darron

Wichita State University President

Athletic Director

BARDO John Bardo, in his sixth year as president of WSU, is a Buckeye by birth, a sociologist by training, thoughtful and impatient by nature and a Shocker by choice (twice).

He first came to Wichita State as a freshly minted Ph.D. He met the love of his life, Deborah, when both were working in Neff Hall. He rose to department chair before he was 30 and after 10 years at WSU, he and Deborah set out on a career journey that took them to positions of increasing leadership responsibility at universities in Texas, Florida and Massachusetts before beginning his first CEO job, 16 years as Chancellor of Western Carolina University. At Western, in Cullowhee, NC, he presided over tremendous growth in enrollment and physical facilities. The John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center there recognizes his contributions to the campus and the region.

Darron Boatright was named Director of Athletics on Aug. 26, 2016 after serving as

the department’s chief operating officer, then interim director, since April 2015. As director of the department, he has full responsibility for its teams, contracts and personnel, reporting to President John Bardo. Boatright spent five years as Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Operations at Wichita State University. His background includes 19 years in college athletics in both coaching and administration. Boatright joined the Wichita State staff in September 2010 from the University of Alabama at Birmingham where he had served as Associate Athletic Director for Development beginning in November 2009.

During their years living and working elsewhere, John, Deborah and their son Christopher regularly returned to Wichita to see family and close friends, including colleagues from those early years at WSU.

Boatright’s duties include the supervision and leadership of marketing, development, fundraising, corporate sponsorships, radio/TV broadcasting, media relations, ticket operations and day-to-day oversight of the men’s basketball and baseball programs for WSU Athletics.

At the urging of those friends, Bardo applied for the WSU presidency. He started in July 2012 and began pursuing campus and community support for priorities including improving overall quality, increasing enrollment, improving student life and pursuing knowledge leading to the economic growth of Kansas.

At UAB, Boatright focused on development and donor relations while managing the day-to-day operations of the “Blazer Club.” This annual giving and priority seating program generated funding for student-athlete scholarships, capital projects, facility improvements, enhancement of sport programs and general operating budget.

He launched a university wide strategic planning process that developed the vision of becoming an international model for applied learning and the mission of being an essential educational, cultural and economic driver for Kansas and the greater public good.

The native of Benton, Ky., served as Associate AD for External Affairs from 2005-08 at Murray State University where he had administrative oversight of baseball, men’s and women’s golf and all spirit groups. Boatright also had administrative oversight of marketing and promotions, athletic development, the “Racer Club” priority seating program and ticket operations.

If you’re a WSU student or alum, you may have been inspired by hearing Dr. Bardo say: “Envision being part of a university where innovation, creativity, entrepreneurship and technology are making the future. That, my friends, is Wichita State University.” The physical outcome of those ideas is taking shape now as Innovation Campus. 120 acres that were once Braeburn Golf Course are now the home of the Experiential Engineering Building, GoCreate community makerspace, Airbus Engineering, The Flats student housing, the Law Enforcement Training Center, Starbucks, the Original Pizza Hut, Braeburn Square restaurant and retail site, with much more to come. There’s also a large new WSU imprint in Old Town and another in South Wichita. WSU is growing, as evidenced fall semester by the largest freshman class in WSU’s history. An I-35 recruitment strategy is bringing increasing numbers of students from Texas, Oklahoma and Missouri. And if all continues to go well, WSU and Wichita Area Technical College will complete a plan for WATC to become WSU’s Campus of Applied Sciences and Technology. There’s a lot to take pride in these days at Wichita State, but it can be summed in four words Dr. Bardo uses at the end of his emails: “Student Centered. Innovation Driven.” Or eight words he says with great enthusiasm at the end of his speeches: “It’s a great day to be a Shocker.”

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Boatright was a member of the University of Alabama basketball coaching staff from 1998-2005 and was part of four NCAA Tournament teams and two NIT teams while serving as Director of Basketball Operations. The Crimson Tide made an NCAA Elite Eight appearance in 2004 and an NIT championship game appearance in 2001. Also at Alabama, Boatright served as Special Campaigns Director in the Office of Athletic Development. While serving as a student assistant coach at Murray State from 1995-98, Boatright was part of three conference championship teams that participated in two NCAA Tournaments and made one NIT appearance. Boatright earned a bachelor’s degree from Murray State in 1998, graduating with a double major in political science and history. He earned a master’s degree in Higher Education Administration at Alabama in 2004. Boatright and his wife Kim have four children: Fletcher, Maddie, Zoe and Sarah Frances.


TEAM PHYSICIANS

SPORTS MEDICINE

(Left to Right): Dr. Andrew Porter, Dr. Ken Jansson, Dr. Paul Cleland

SHOCKER ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF

THANK YOU’S The individuals listed below have donated their time and professional services to the health and well being of the Wichita State student-athletes. The WSU-ICAA and the athletic training staff would like to thank them publicly and acknowledge the dedicated efforts of this group. Ellen Abell, MD Bill Baum Doug Blackman, OD Amy Cahill, ATC Camille Childers, RN Mike Dandurand, RPH Kayla Demel John Fanning, MD Karissa Gilchrist, MD Emily Heronemus, MD Erin Hoffman, MD Ken Jansson, MD Kirstin Kirkland Sam Landers, PA-C Nicholas Martin, MD Cheryl McGuire, OD Christopher Moeller, MD Sherry Moore Mylhan Myers, MD De Newman Emalee Parker Andrea Perkins Andrew Porter, DO Dan Prohaska, MD Marc Randall, OD Ty Reusser, DDS Liz Rindt, RN Joaquin Santos, MD Wade Schwerdtfeger Cooper Stewart, MD Isaac Talbert Scott Vizzi, MD Amy Warner Chelsea Whitetree, PA-C Nathan Wool, MD

Hossein Amirani, MD Clint Benge, MD Rich Bomgardner, ATC Caitlyn Castina Paul Cleland, MD Brad Dart, MD Chris Dudley, PA-C Robyn Garrison Caleb Gillham, MD Erin Hicks, ATC Linda Holum, RN Mark Kennedy, ATC Ben Lancaster, MD Brennen Lucas, MD Kate McDermott, MD Gregory Mendez, MD Robert Moore, OD Harry Morris, MD Kelsey Neitzel, DO Matthew Oopat, MD Om Patel, MD Jonathan Pike, MD Kristina Post, MD Matthew Pyle, DO Terra Reusser, DDS Barrett Richard, MD Macy Ruppercht, MD Stephen Schaeffer, MD Heather Stafford, RN Sarah Stokes, MD James Trotter Matthew Wagner, MD Mai Wells, PA-C Jordan Willis Curtis Young, MD

SHOCKS, DOCS & FRIENDS Bill Baum Brad Dart, MD Kenneth Jansson, MD Christopher Moeller, MD Daniel Prohaska, MD Ty Reusser, DDS

Doug Blackman, OD John Fanning, MD Brennen Lucas, MD Harry Morris, MD Terra Reusser, DDS

Dan Cahill

Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Baseball

Natalie Ater

Graduate Assistant Cross Country, Track & Field

Todd Fagan

Assistant Athletic Trainer Men’s Basketball, Dance

Dillon Barron

Graduate Assistant Baseball

Kat Hollowell

Robyn Kadel

Assistant Athletic Trainer Volleyball

Assistant Athletic Trainer Cross Country, Track & Field

Jacob Fouts

Cheyenne Patton

Graduate Assistant Softball

Graduate Assistant Tennis, Golf

Lindsay Luinstra

Assistant Athletic Trainer Women’s Basketball, Cheer

Briana Snype

Graduate Assistant Cross Country, Track & Field

Wichita State’s student-athletes’ healthcare upon their arrival on campus is under the direction of five full-time certified

athletic trainers and five certified graduate assistant athletic trainers. Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer, Dan Cahill, has worked at WSU since January of 2000 with a number of teams including baseball, women’s basketball, cheerleading, men’s and women’s cross country/track and field, men’s and women’s golf, softball, and volleyball. Cahill is joined by four assistant athletic trainers: Todd Fagan (men’s basketball, dance), Kat Hollowell (volleyball), Robyn Kadel (men’s and women’s cross country/track and field), and Lindsay Luinstra (women’s basketball, cheerleading). Graduate assistant athletic trainers include: Natalie Ater (men’s and women’s cross country/track and field), Dillon Barron (baseball), Jacob Fouts (softball), Cheyenne Patton (men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s golf), and Briana Snype (men’s and women’s cross country/track and field). These certified athletic trainers provide prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of all injuries and illnesses for WSU’s student-athletes. Wichita State Athletic Training also works with the athletic training students from the WSU undergraduate athletic training education program. WSU athletic training also includes a staff of physicians who are a vital part of the student-athletes’ healthcare. They include team physicians Dr. Hossein Amirani, Dr. Doug Blackman, Dr. Paul Cleland, Dr. Brad Dart, Dr. John Fanning, Dr. Ken Jansson, Dr. Brennen Lucas, Dr. Chris Moeller, Dr. Harry Morris, Dr. Andrew Porter, Dr. Dan Prohaska, Dr. Terra Reusser, and Dr. Ty Reusser.

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Wichita State University began a new journey on July 1, 2017 when it officially joined the American Athletic Conference, following a 72-year run as members of the Missouri Valley Conference.

The move to The American will give Shocker student-athletes from all 15 varsity teams the opportunity to perform on a grander stage and test themselves against traditionally strong competition. "This is the end of one phase and the beginning of another," said Darron Boatright, Director of Athletics. "We're going to continue to push, we're going to continue to grow. We're going to continue to have the same expectations for our athletic department, our teams, our student-athletes and coaches, as we always have." "I want our student-athletes to compete for championships," said Wichita State President Dr. John Bardo. "I want them to be on the national stage, because that's why they do what they do. Joining The American gives us that opportunity." While the move to a Power 6 conference is an obvious upgrade for Shocker athletics, it will pay dividends for the entire university, positioning Wichita State as an innovative academic and research institution. Like WSU, the institutions of The American are located in or near large metropolitan areas, and play the same vital role as regional economic engines, creating jobs and providing a skilled workforce. Like WSU, they offer national centers of research and cultural advancement. Wichita State’s urban location, mission, research focus and academic ambitions are well-aligned with The American.

"This is the end of one phase and the beginning of another. We're going to continue to push, we're going to continue to grow..."

- Darron Boatright, WSU Athletic Director

The American Athletic Conference consists of 13

prestigious institutions: the University of Central Florida (UCF), the University of Cincinnati, East Carolina University (ECU), the University of Connecticut (UConn), the University of Houston, the University of Memphis, the U.S. Naval Academy (in football only), the University of South Florida (USF), Southern Methodist University (SMU), Temple University, Tulane University, the University of Tulsa, and Wichita State University (as of July 1, 2017). Under the leadership of commissioner Mike Aresco, the American Athletic Conference has written an impressive list of accomplishments, both in the competitive arena and the classroom. The American has taken its place at the forefront of intercollegiate athletics, with a collection of national team and individual championships and football and men’s and women’s basketball postseason victories that place The American among the elite Division I FBS conferences. The league has produced four NCAA championship teams – UConn men’s basketball in 2014 and UConn

women’s basketball in 2014, 2015 and 2016 – in addition to two New Year’s Six bowl champions, five NCAA individual championships, and one Rhodes Scholar. Additionally, American Athletic Conference teams have advanced to the College World Series, reached the semifinal and final rounds of the NIT, qualified for the match play round of the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship and registered top-10 finishes at the NCAA Cross Country and Outdoor Track and Field championships. The American was one of six finalists for the 2016 Sports Business Journal Sports League of the Year award, along with Major League Baseball, Major League Soccer, NASCAR, the NBA and the PGA Tour. In football, Temple and Navy were ranked in the final College Football Playoff poll of the 2016 season, marking the second straight season that The American finished with at least two ranked teams. Seven teams from The American played in bowl games, while three teams (USF, Temple, Tulsa) finished with at least 10 wins. The American has had a combined 15 teams play in

bowl games in the last two seasons, highlighted by Houston’s win against Florida State in the 2015-16 Chickfil-A Peach Bowl. Houston’s finish at No. 8 nationally in 2015 gave The American a top-10 team in the final national polls for the second time in three seasons after UCF finished No. 10 in the 2013 rankings after the Knights’ Fiesta Bowl win against Baylor. Additionally, Memphis, Navy, USF and Temple have all finished in the top 25 of either the CFP, Associated Press or USA Today polls as members of The American. Individual teams in The American have enjoyed unprecedented success since the conference’s formation. Houston went 13-1 in the 2015 football season, setting a school record for wins, while Navy won a program-record 11 games in its first season in the conference, also in 2015. The 2014 season saw Memphis finish with 10 wins in football for the first time since 1938, while Temple enjoyed its first 10-win season in 2015. Beyond the gridiron, The American sent four teams to the 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, and the league had the best men’s basketball postseason 53


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"I want our student-athletes to compete for championships. I want them to be on the national stage, because that's why they do what they do. Joining The American gives us that opportunity." - John Bardo, Wichita State University President AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE SCHOOLS Institution University of Central Florida University of CIncinnati University of Connecticut East Carolina University University of Houston University of Memphis University of South Florida Southern Methodist University Temple University Tulane University University of Tulsa Wichita State University

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Athletics UCF Cincinnati UConn ECU Houston Memphis USF SMU Temple Tulane Tulsa Wichita State

Nickname Knights Bearcats Huskies Pirates Cougars Tigers Bulls Mustangs Owls Green Wave Golden Hurricane Shockers

Location Orlando, Fla. Cincinnati, Ohio Storrs, Conn. Greenville, N.C. Houston, Texas Memphis, Tenn. Tampa, Fla. Dallas, Texas Philadelphia, Pa. New Orleans, La. Tulsa, Okla. Wichita, Kan.

MSA Population 2.3 million 2.1 million 15,344 175,000 6.6 million 1.3 million 2.9 million 7.1 million 6.1 million 1.2 million 981,000 644,000

TV Market Rank Enrollment 19 63,000 34 44,000 n/a 30,000 n/a 28,000 10 40,750 48 21,000 13 48,000 5 11,700 4 38,000 53 13,500 61 4,700 69 14,500

Website ucfknights.com gobearcats.com uconnhuskies.com ecupirates.com uhcougars.com gotigersgo.com gousfbulls.com smumustangs.com owlsports.com tulanegreenwave.com tulsahurricane.com goshockers.com


SECTION THE AMERICAN TITLE record of any conference in 2014. Since the conference’s formation in 2013-14, teams from The American have registered top-10 national rankings in football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s soccer, men’s golf, and men’s track and field. Student-athletes from The American won three NCAA individual titles in track and field in 2016-17 as Cincinnati’s Annette Echikunwoke won the indoor weight throw,Tulsa’s Marc Scott won the outdoor 10,000-meter title, and Houston won the crown in the outdoor 4x100-meter relay. Under The American’s banner, SMU advanced to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship for the first time since 1993. The UConn women’s basketball team won its NCAA-record ninth, 10th and 11th national championships and broke its own NCAA record with a 111game winning streak that spanned three seasons.

American earned NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships in the conference’s first three years. The conference had a record 16 student-athletes earn CoSIDA Academic All-America accolades in 2015-16. American alumni have made their mark in professional sports as well. UCF quarterback Blake Bortles was selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars with the No. 3 pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. More recently, a number of American Athletic Conference athletes have been selected in the first round of the professional entry drafts in football, basketball, baseball and soccer. The American has had two first round picks in football in each of three of the last four seasons, while the conference produced four first-round picks in the 2016 WNBA Draft.

UCF, East Carolina and Houston have all achieved top-10 rankings in baseball in the past three years. Tulsa placed sixth at the 2016 NCAA Men’s Cross Country Championship, and USF finished the 2014-15 season at No. 8 in the final men’s golf national ranking.

The American holds media rights partnerships with ESPN and CBS Sports which provide the conference with outstanding national exposure on the two industry leaders in sports television. The football portion of the contract calls for nearly 90 percent of conference-controlled games on national broadcast or national cable platforms. The first two American Athletic Conference Football Championships were televised by ABC as part of Championship Saturday.

Student-athletes have distinguished themselves in all facets of intercollegiate athletics. Temple linebacker Tyler Matakevich won the Bednarik Award and the Nagurski Trophy as the nation’s top defensive player in 2015, while Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds finished fifth in the Heisman Trophy voting.

In men’s basketball, the television deal calls for all conference-controlled games to be televised, with more than 63 percent slotted for national broadcast or national cable – a minimum of 107 games. The entire postseason tournament is televised, including the championship game, which is on ABC or ESPN. Sixty

percent of the American’s women’s basketball games are carried on national cable, regional sports networks or ESPN3, while the conference has a multi-year agreement with CBS Sports Network for coverage of select baseball games. American Athletic Conference teams have access to the pinnacle of college football’s postseason structure. An American representative would be chosen for the College Football Playoff semifinals if it is among the top four teams in the CFP selection committee’s final ranking. Otherwise, the league would place its champion in a New Year’s Bowl if it is ranked higher than the champions of Conference USA, the Mid-American Conference, the Mountain West Conference and the Sun Belt Conference. Additionally, The American holds primary or secondary partnerships with 12 bowls for the current six-year cycle, ensuring multiple annual matchups against the nation’s top conferences and providing desirable postseason destinations to member institutions. The American Athletic Conference serves its membership from a state-of-the-art office located in Providence, Rhode Island. The location of the conference headquarters – just steps from the city’s Amtrak station and 10 minutes from T.F. Green International Airport – gives the conference easy access to its member schools. The conference headquarters also serves as the home of the American Digital Network, which provides live coverage of all 21 conference championships.

UConn basketball standout Breanna Stewart finished her career as the most decorated player in college basketball history as she was chosen as the consensus national player of the year for the third time and became the first player be named four times as the Most Outstanding Player at the Final Four. Reynolds and Stewart were selected as the winners of the 2016 AAU James E. Sullivan Award as the nation’s top amateur athletes, marking only the second time in the 86-year history of the award that multiple winners were chosen. Additionally, SMU’s Avery Acker was chosen as the Division I women’s volleyball Academic All-America of the Year in 2015, while Navy offensive guard E.K. Binns and East Carolina wide receiver Zay Jones have both been named as finalists for the 2016 Campbell Trophy, which is presented by the National Football Foundation to the top scholar-athlete in college football. Tulsa cross country standout Kirk Smith was chosen as a Rhodes Scholar in the fall of 2016, while two student-athletes from The AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEN'S BASKETBALL CONTACTS The American UCF Cincinnati UConn East Carolina Houston Memphis USF SMU Temple Tulane Tulsa

Contact Bill Potter Dan Forcella Andre Foushee Phil Chardis Jody Jones Jeff Conrad Bill Salyer Mike Radomski Herman Hudson Larry Dougherty Adam Miller Jordan Korphage

Title Senior Director of Communications Director of Communications Assistant AD/Sports Communications Assistant Director of Communications Associate Director/Media Relations Director of Communications Associate Director of Communications Assistant Director of Communications Director of Publications Senior Associate AD/Communications Associate Director/Strategic Communications Assistant Media Relations Director

Office (401) 633-3128 (407) 823-2142 (513) 556-5182 (860) 486-3531 (252) 737-4524 (713) 743-9410 (901) 678-4780 (813) 974-7099 (214) 768-1304 (215) 204-2588 (504) 314-7219 (918) 631-2492

Mobile (317) 625-5772 (207) 650-6790 (859) 797-7871 (860) 771-3314 (252) 414-2019 (713) 557-3841 (260) 705-3963 (813) 285-0605 (214) 924-0358 (215) 651-1822 (504) 214-7249 (918) 402-7929

Email bpotter@theamerican.org dforcella@athletics.ucf.edu andre.foushee@uc.edu phil.chardis@uconn.edu jonesjod@ecu.edu jaconrad@central.uh.edu wbsalyer@memphis.edu mradomski@usf.edu hermanh@smu.edu larrydoc@temple.edu amiller10@tulane.edu jsk2620@utulsa.edu

Website theamerican.org ucfknights.com gobearcats.com uconnhuskies.com ecupirates.com uhcougars.com gotigersgo.com gousfbulls.com smumustangs.com owlsports.com tulanegreenwave.com tulsahurricane.com

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AMERICAN 2017-18 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Wednesday, Nov. 22 Cincinnati vs. TBD [1] 5/7:30 p.m. Howard at USF [9] 7 p.m. ESPN3 Tulane vs. Miami (Ohio) [4[ 8 p.m. ESPN3 SMU vs. Northern Iowa [3[ 9:30 p.m. TBA Wichita State vs. TBD [10] TBA ESPN2/ESPNU Friday, Nov. 10 Savannah State at Cincinnati [1] 12 p.m. Lamar at Tulsa 1 p.m. Memphis vs. Alabama [2] 6:30 p.m. Colgate at UConn 7 p.m. Mercer at UCF 8 p.m. McNeese State at Houston 8 p.m. Florida Atlantic at USF 8 p.m. UMKC at Wichita State 8 p.m. UMBC at SMU [3] 8 p.m. LIU Brooklyn at Tulane [4] 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 12 Louisiana-Monroe at SMU 4 p.m. Coppin State at ECU 5 p.m.

ESPN3 CBSSN SNY/ESPN3 ESPN3 ESPN3 ESPN3 COX 2022 ESPN3 ESPN3 ESPN3

Monday, Nov. 13 Western Carolina at Cincinnati 7 p.m. Morgan State at USF 7 p.m. Southeastern Louisiana at Tulane 8 p.m. Oral Roberts at Tulsa 8 p.m. College of Charleston at Wichita State 9 p.m.

CBSSN

Tuesday, Nov. 14 Stony Brook at UConn5 7 p.m. Little Rock at Memphis 8 p.m.

SNY/ESPN3 ESPN3

Wednesday, Nov. 15 Gardner-Webb at UCF 7 p.m. Radford at ECU 7 p.m. USF at Stetson 7 p.m. Northwestern State at SMU 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16 Temple vs. Old Dominion [6] 2 p.m. Coppin State at Cincinnati 7 p.m. Tulsa vs. Western Michigan [7] 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17 Temple vs. Auburn/Indiana State 11 a/1:30 p Houston vs. Drexel [8] 3:30 p.m. Tulsa vs. Iowa State/Appalachian State [7] 5/7 p.m. Central Connecticut State at ECU 7 p.m. Tulane vs. Colorado State [4] TBA

ESPN3 ESPN3

Monday, Nov. 20 Wichita State vs. California [10] 5 p.m. Cleveland State at ECU 7 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Buffalo [1] 7:30 p.m. Houston vs. TBD8 TBA

Friday, Nov. 24 ECU at Rutgers 1 p.m. BTN Plus UCF vs. West Virginia/Marist [11] 5/7:30 p.m. ESPN2/3 UConn vs. DePaul/Michigan State [5] 9:30 p.m./12 a.m. ESPN/U Arkansas State at USF [9] TBA SMU vs. TBD [3] TBA Saturday, Nov. 25 Incarnate Word at Houston 8 p.m. Northern Kentucky at Memphis TBA Central Arkansas at Tulsa TBA Sunday, Nov. 26 Tulane at Georgia State 12 p.m. North Carolina A&T at ECU 4 p.m. Temple at La Salle 5 p.m. UCF vs. TBD [11] TBA UConn vs. TBD [5] TBA Eastern Michigan at USF [9] TBA

ESPN3

ESPN3 NBCSN ESPN2/EU/E3 ESPN/E2/EU ESPN3 ESPNU

ESPN3

Tuesday, Nov. 28 UTRGV at SMU 8 p.m. UTSA at Tulsa 8 p.m. Savannah State at Wichita State 8 p.m.

ESPN3 ESPN3 COX 2021

ESPN3 ESPN3 ESPN3

Wednesday, Nov. 29 Columbia at UConn 7 p.m. New Orleans at Houston 8 p.m. Alcorn State at Tulane 8 p.m.

ESPN3 ESPN3

ESPN2/U FloHoops ESPNU ESPN3

SNY/ESPN3 BTN E2/EU/E3 E2/EU/E3 ESPN2 ESPN3

Tuesday, Nov. 21 Wichita State vs. Marquette/VCU [10] 1:30/4 p.m. ESPN/ESPN2 New Orleans at Memphis 8 p.m. ESPN3 Cincinnati vs. Richmond/UAB [1] TBA

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Monday, Nov. 27 Alabama State at Cincinnati 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 18 William & Mary at UCF 2 p.m. ESPN3 Houston vs. Liberty/Mercer [8] 3:30/5:30 p.m. FloHoops Arkansas-Pine Bluff at SMU 8 p.m. ESPN3 Sunday, Nov. 19 Boston University at UConn 6 p.m. USF at Indiana [9] 6 p.m. Temple vs. TBD [6] TBA Tulane vs. Fordham [4] TBA Tulsa vs. TBD [7] TBA

Thursday, Nov. 23 SMU vs. North Carolina State/Arizona [3] 3/9:30 p.m. UCF vs. Nebraska [11] 6 p.m. UConn vs. Oregon [5] 9 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 30 USF at Elon 7 p.m. UNC-Wilmington at ECU 8 p.m. Missouri at UCF [11] 9 p.m. Temple vs. South Carolina [12] 9 p.m. Memphis at UAB TBA Saturday, Dec. 2 Cincinnati at Xavier 12 p.m. Wichita State at Baylor 2 p.m. Monmouth at UConn 4 p.m. Delaware State at ECU 5 p.m. Mercer at Memphis 5 p.m. USF at Appalachian State 7 p.m. Arkansas at Houston 7:30 p.m. USC at SMU 10 p.m. Tulsa at Illinois State TBA Sunday, Dec. 3 Tulane at North Carolina 2:00 p.m. UCF at Alabama 2:00 p.m. Temple vs. George Washington [13] TBA

SNY/ESPN3

Wednesday, Dec. 6 Southern at Tulane 1 p.m. Wisconsin at Temple 7 p.m. Fairfield at Houston 8 p.m.

ESPN3 ESPNU ESPN3

Saturday, Dec. 9 Bryant at Memphis [15] 1 p.m. ESPN3 Southern at UCF 1 p.m. ESPN3 Saint Joseph’s at Temple 2:30 p.m. CBSSN Wichita State at Oklahoma State 4 p.m. ESPN2 Tulsa vs. Kansas State [16] 8 p.m. Fox Sports KC Coppin State at UConn TBA. ESPN2/U Cincinnati vs. Florida [17] TBA TBA Houston at Saint Louis TBA Sunday, Dec. 10 Tulane vs. Florida State [18] 12 p.m.

ESPNU

Monday, Dec. 11 Florida International at USF 7 p.m.

ESPN3

Tuesday, Dec. 12 Mississippi State at Cincinnati 7 p.m. Southeastern Louisiana at UCF 7 p.m. Albany at Memphis [15] 9 p.m.

ESPN2 ESPN3 ESPNU

Wednesday, Dec. 13 Villanova at Temple 7 p.m. New Orleans at SMU 8 p.m. Houston at LSU 8 p.m.

ESPN2 ESPN3

Thursday, Dec. 14 Bethune-Cookman at USF 7 p.m. Prairie View A&M at Tulsa 8 p.m.

ESPN3

Saturday, Dec. 16 Memphis vs. Louisville [15] 12 p.m. Cincinnati at UCLA 3:30 p.m. Oklahoma at Wichita State 4 p.m. Drexel at Temple 5 p.m. Manhattan at Tulsa 7 p.m.

ESPN2 CBS ESPN2 ESPN3 ESPN3

Sunday, Dec. 17 Prairie View A&M at Houston 4 p.m. ESPN3 ESPN2 ESPNU

FS1 ESPNU SNY/ESPN3 ESPN3 CBSSN ESPNU

ESPN2 ESPNU

Monday, Dec. 4 Campbell at ECU 7 p.m.

ESPN3

Tuesday, Dec. 5 Samford at Memphis 8 p.m. South Dakota State at Wichita State 8 p.m. SMU at TCU 9 p.m. UConn vs. Syracuse [14] 9 p.m.

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Monday, Dec. 18 Charlotte at ECU 7 p.m. Northern Arizona at USF 7 p.m. Nicholls State at Tulane 8 p.m. Boise State at SMU 9 p.m.

ESPN3 ESPN3 ESPNU

Tuesday, Dec. 19 Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Cincinnati 7 p.m. ESPN3 Cal Poly at SMU 8 p.m. ESPN3 Arkansas State at Wichita State 8 p.m. COX 2022 UCF at Stetson TBA Tulsa at Oklahoma State TBA Wednesday, Dec. 20 Houston vs. Providence [19] 7 p.m. Siena at Memphis [15] 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 21 South Alabama at Tulane 2 p.m. South Carolina State at UCF 7 p.m. Cleveland State at Cincinnati 7 p.m. Charlotte at USF 7 p.m. Grambling at ECU 7 p.m. UConn at Arizona 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 22 Temple at Georgia TBA Florida Gulf Coast at Wichita State 7 p.m.

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AMERICAN 2017-18 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Saturday, Dec. 23 Loyola (MD) at Memphis 12 p.m. UConn at Auburn 2:30 p.m.

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Wednesday, Dec. 27 UCF at SMU* 9 p.m.

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Thursday, Dec. 28 Tulane at Temple* 7 p.m. ESPN2 LSU at Memphis 9 p.m. CBSSN Houston at USF* TBA ESPNU/ESPNEWS ECU at Tulsa* TBA ESPNU/ESPNEWS Saturday, Dec. 30 Wichita State at UConn* 12 p.m. Temple at Houston* TBD

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Sunday, Dec. 31 Tulsa at Tulane* 3 p.m. Memphis at Cincinnati* 4 p.m. UCF at ECU* 4 p.m. USF at SMU* 8 p.m.

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Wednesday, Jan. 3 ECU at USF* 7 p.m. UConn at Tulsa* 7 p.m. Memphis at UCF* 7 p.m.

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Thursday, Jan. 4 Houston at Wichita State* 7/9 p.m. Cincinnati at Temple* 7/9 p.m. SMU at Tulane* 9 p.m.

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Saturday, Jan. 6 ECU at UConn* 12 p.m. Tulsa at Memphis* 4 p.m.

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Sunday, Jan. 7 Temple at UCF* 12 p.m. USF at Wichita State* 4 p.m. SMU at Cincinnati* 6 p.m.

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UCF at USF* Tulane at SMU* Memphis at Tulsa* Temple at Penn

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. TBA

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Wednesday, Jan. 24 Temple at Cincinnati* 9 p.m.

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Thursday, Jan. 25 SMU at UConn* 7 p.m. UCF at Wichita State* 9 p.m. USF at Tulane* 9 p.m.

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Saturday, Jan. 27 Cincinnati at Memphis* 6 p.m.

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Sunday, Jan. 28 ECU at SMU* 2 p.m. USF at Houston* 3 p.m. Tulsa at Wichita State* 6 p.m. UConn at Temple* 8 p.m.

CBSSN ESPN3 CBSSN ESPN2

Wednesday, Jan. 31 Tulane at ECU* 6:30 p.m. Houston at Cincinnati* 7 p.m. Memphis at USF* 8:30 p.m. UConn at UCF* 9 p.m.

ESPNEWS CBSSN ESPNEWS CBSSN

Thursday, Feb. 1 Wichita State at Temple* 7 p.m. SMU at Tulsa* 8 p.m.

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Saturday, Feb. 3 Cincinnati at UConn* 12 p.m. Houston at UCF* 12 p.m. Memphis at ECU* 2 p.m.

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Sunday, Feb. 4 Temple at Tulane* 3 p.m. Tulsa at USF* TBA

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Tuesday, Jan. 9 Tulane at Memphis* 7 p.m.

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Tuesday, Feb. 6 UCF at Cincinnati* 7 p.m. Wichita State at Memphis* 9 p.m.

Wednesday, Jan. 10 UCF at UConn* 7 p.m. Temple at SMU* 9 p.m.

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Wednesday, Feb. 7 USF at UConn* 7 p.m. ECU at Temple* 7 p.m.

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Thursday, Jan. 11 Tulsa at Houston* 7 p.m. Wichita State at ECU* 9 p.m.

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Thursday, Feb. 8 Tulane at Tulsa* 7 p.m. SMU at Houston* 9 p.m.

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Saturday, Jan. 13 UConn at Tulane* 1 p.m. Memphis at Temple* 2 p.m. Cincinnati at USF* 7 p.m. Wichita State at Tulsa* 7:30 p.m.

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Saturday, Feb. 10 Temple at USF* 12 p.m. UConn at Wichita State* TBA

ESPNU ESPN/ESPN2

Sunday, Feb. 11 UCF at Memphis* 4 p.m. Tulane at Houston* 3 p.m. Cincinnati at SMU* 4 p.m.

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Sunday, Jan. 14 Houston at ECU* 2 p.m.

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Tuesday, Jan. 16 Cincinnati at UCF* 7 p.m. UConn at Memphis* 9 p.m.

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Wednesday, Jan. 17 Tulsa at Temple* 6 p.m. USF at ECU* 7 p.m. SMU at Wichita State* 7 p.m. Houston at Tulane* 8 p.m.

Wednesday, Feb. 14 USF at UCF* 6 p.m. ECU at Tulane* 8 p.m. Memphis at SMU* 9 p.m.

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Thursday, Feb. 15 Temple at Wichita State* 7 p.m. Tulsa at UConn* 7 p.m. Cincinnati at Houston* 7 p.m.

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Saturday, Jan. 20 Villanova at UConn 12 p.m. Wichita State at Houston* 12 p.m. ECU at Cincinnati* 4 p.m.

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Saturday, Feb. 17 SMU at UCF* 11 a.m. Memphis at Tulane* 3 p.m.

Sunday, Feb. 18 UConn at ECU* 3 p.m. USF at Tulsa* 3 p.m. Wichita State at Cincinnati* 4 p.m. Houston at Temple* 4 p.m.

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Wednesday, Feb. 21 SMU at ECU* 7 p.m. Tulane at Wichita State* 7:30 p.m. UCF at Tulsa* 9 p.m.

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Thursday, Feb. 22 UConn at Cincinnati* 7 p.m. Houston at Memphis* 9 p.m.

ESPN/ESPN2 CBSSN

Saturday, Feb. 24 Tulane at USF* 12 p.m. Wichita State at SMU* 2 p.m.

ESPNU ESPN/ESPN2

Sunday, Feb. 25 Tulsa at Cincinnati* 12 p.m. CBSSN UCF at Temple* 2/4 p.m. ESPN/ESPNU Memphis at UConn 2/4 p.m. ESPN/ESPNU ECU at Houston* 3 p.m. ESPN3 Wednesday, Feb. 28 Temple at UConn* 7 p.m. Houston at SMU* 9 p.m.

CBSSN ESPN2

Thursday, March 1 Wichita State at UCF* 7 p.m. Tulsa at ECU* 7 p.m. USF at Memphis* 9 p.m. Cincinnati at Tulane* 9 p.m.

ESPN ESPNU ESPNEWS ESPN2

Sunday, March 4 Cincinnati at Wichita State* 12 p.m. Tulane at UCF* 2 p.m. SMU at USF* 2 p.m. Temple at Tulsa* 3 p.m. ECU at Memphis* 3 p.m. UConn at Houston* 4 p.m.

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Note: some games carried on ESPN3 may also be carried locally/regionally * - American Athletic Conference game 1 – Cayman Islands Classic (On Campus/Cayman Islands) 2 – Veteran’s Classic (Annapolis, Md.) 3 – Battle 4 Atlantis (On Campus/Paradise Island, Bahamas) 4 – Jamaica Classic (On Campus/Jamaica) 5 – Phil Knight Invitational (Portland, Ore.) 6 – Gildan Charleston Classic (On Campus/Charleston, S.C.) 7 – Puerto Rico Tip-Off (Puerto Rico) 8 – Paradise Jam (U.S. Virgin Islands) 9 – Hoosier Tip-Off Classic 10 – Maui Invitational (Maui, Hawai’i) 11 – AdvoCare Invitational (Orlando, Fla.) 12 – Under Armour Reunion (Madison Square Garden) 13 – BB&T Classic (Capital One Arena; Washington, D.C.) 14 – Jimmy V Classic (Madison Square Garden) 15 – Gotham Classic (On Campus/Madison Square Garden) 16 – Wichita Wildcat Classic (Intrust Bank Arena; Wichita, Kan.) 17 – Never Forget Classic (Prudential Center; Newark, N.J.) 18 – Amalie Arena (Tampa, Fla.) 19 – Hall of Fame Showcase (Mohegan Sun Arena; Uncasville, Conn.)

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Season Summary & Notes.................................. 60-63 Final Statistics.................................................... 64-70 Box Scores.......................................................... 71-82 Brackets............................................................. 83-84 MVC Summary................................................... 85-87 Departing Players............................................... 88


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a reloading year 2016-17 season review A RELOADING YEAR: Despite the loss of standouts Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet to the NBA's Knicks and Raptors, Wichita State’s so-called rebuilding year exceeded the expectations of the even the most optimistic. The 2016-17 Shockers... Posted 31 wins (five more than their predecessors). Won a fourth-consecutive MVC regular season title. Won the MVC Tournament for just the second time in the Arch Madness Era (1991-Pr.). Earned a No. 10 seed in the NCAA Tournament and advanced to the second round, where they pushed No. 2 Kentucky to the brink. Helped by a 16-game winning streak that stretched from mid-January to mid-March, WSU (31-5) finished with the second-highest win total in program history. Victory No. 31 came against Dayton in the NCAA opener, launching the Shockers into the tournament’s Round of 32 for the fifth year-in-a-row. Victory No. 30 in the MVC Tournament title game was also significant, giving WSU just its second crown since 1987, while guaranteeing a sixth-consecutive NCAA Tournament bid. The 70-50 win over Illinois State also avenged the Shockers’ lone conference blemish. Both had finished the regular season at 17-1, with their lone setbacks coming on the other’s home floor. Four WSU regulars landed All-Missouri Valley Conference honors. Landry Shamet and Markis McDuffie were first team selections, and Shaquille Morris and Conner Frankamp earned third team status. Shamet (who was also the league’s Freshman of the Year) became just the fourth frosh in MVC history to make the first team. Other Shocker postseason honors included: Shamet (All-Newcomer, All-Freshman), Frankamp (Most Improved Team), Zach Brown (All-Defensive), Darral Willis Jr. (All-Newcomer), Rashard Kelly (All-Bench) and Rauno Nurger (All-Bench).

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An summer tour through Canada may have saved the Shockers' season before it had even started.

For a young team looking replace over half of its scoring and minutes, the 10 bonus practices allotted by the NCAA in advance of such trips helped speed the transition from the Baker-VanVleet Era. So did four exhibitions against Canadian competition. But the trip's most lasting takeaway was the adversity that those games provided. A loss to six-time defending Canadian national champion Carleton and subsequent struggles served as a helpful wakeup call. Opponents averaged 77.0 points per game, in Canada leading a disappointed Gregg Marshall to question his team's commitment to defense: "I said, we may score 80 points a handful of times this year, so if you guys plan to give up 80 a game it's going to be a long, long season and not a lot of fun," Gregg Marshall later told reporters. "Darral Willis always reminds me now how many times we've scored 80 points." For the record, they ended up hitting that mark a whopping 23 times in 36 games -- more than any other team in Shocker history. 2016-17 SEASON SUMMARY Record Home Away Neutral MVC Tournament NCAA Tournament AP / Coaches NCAA RPI* KenPom* Sagarin*

Overall 31-5 16-1 10-1 5-3 3-0 1-1 19/21 29 8 11

That would be a running theme throught he 2016-17 season. The Shockers played some of their best basketball in response to challenges. A mid-January loss to Illinois State dropped WSU out of first place for the first time in nearly four years, but the Shockers bounced back with 12-straight wins by an average of 23 points claim a share of the MVC title. A lack of quality RPI wins kept them on the bubble heading into Arch Madness, despite an impressive 27-4 regular season mark, but the Shockers ended any speculation by steamrolling to three MVC Tournament victories to claim the league's automatic bid. Neither achievement would have possible without some major defensive strides in response to Marshall's August challenge. STARTING STRONG: By the time fall practice began, the Shockers were playing with far more poise than a team minus two NBA guards had any right to expect. In their opener, the new-look Shockers held South Carolina State to just 39 points in a 46-point victory. Lopsided wins over Long Beach State (+37), Tulsa (+27) and 2017 MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE

MVC 17-1 (t-1st) 9-0 8-1 1st 2nd Round

MVC Wichita State 17-1 Illinois State 17-1 So. Illinois 9-9 Northern Iowa 9-9 Loyola 8-10 Missouri State 7-11 Bradley 7-11 Evansville 6-12 Indiana State 5-13 Drake 5-13

Overall 31-5 28-7 17-16 14-16 18-14 17-16 13-20 16-17 11-20 7-24

Arch Madness Postseason 3-0, 1st NCAA, 2nd Round 2-1, 2nd NIT, 2nd Round 1-1, SF 0-1, QF 0-1, QF 1-1, SF 1-1, QF 1-1, QF 0-1, PI 0-1, PI


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A WIN FOR CLEO: The Shockers won the 79th Annual All-College Classic (the world’s oldest basketball event) at Oklahoma City’s Chesapeake Energy Arena, defeating host Oklahoma. It was WSU’s first appearance in the historic event since 1970, and Marshall dedicated the team's performance to former All-American Cleo Littleton, who in 1953 became the first Shocker to make the all-tournament team. Like many of the era's African American players, Littleton routinely dealt with prejudice. On several road stops -- including Oklahoma City -- he was not allowed to stay in the team hotel. Two weeks after the win over OU, the current Shockers honored Littleton by presenting him with the All-College championship trophy during a special pre-game ceremony.

ISU snared the lead midway through the first half and fended off a pair of Shocker runs down the stretch to grab sole possession of first place for the first time since 1998. The 14-point loss, likewise dropped WSU out of first place for the first time since March, 2013. THE FORCE AWAKENS: The loss to ISU -- while painful -- would prove to be a blessing. Three months into the season, Marshall was beginning to get a feel for his new personnel but had been hesitant to make changes to a lineup that had won 11 of its last 12. Emboldened by the loss, he made a move that would ultimately transform the Shockers’ season, swapping Shamet from shooting guard to point guard and Conner Frankamp vice versa. The Shockers trailed by 13 late in the first at Evansville on Jan. 17 but flipped the switch, outscoring the hosts 63-33 over the final 25 minutes to pull away.

But this was no coming out party. Instead, a formidable Cardinal defense gave WSU its first real taste of harsdship. The Shockers struggled to get the ball inside, tallying 10 buckets in the paint at the expense of eight blocked shots. Down 33-17 at halftime, WSU rallied to within six on two occasions but would get no closer.

The win kicked off what would snowball into a 16-game winning streak.

A third-place matchup with No. 24 Michigan State followed a similar script, with the Shockers again digging a sizeable halftime hole (this time 10 points). Down 18 with 11:53 to go, WSU used 14-0 surge to pull within a single point. The Shockers had two chances to either tie or take the lead in the final minute but couldn't convert.

Despite their home success, the Shockers still looked sluggish on the road. They trailed by five at halftime against Bradley and were down eight to Drake near the 12-minute mark of the second half. In both cases, they rallied to win.

A week later (Jan. 24), the Shockers posted a 42-point win over Southern Illinois. It was the fourth-largest margin of victory over an MVC foe in school history. INTO THE VALLEY With center Shaquille Morris sitting out due to a hip injury, junior transfer Darral Willis Jr. shined with 25 points and 10 rebounds in the MVC opener at Indiana State.

DECEMBER TO REMEMBER: The team's first consecutive losses in nearly 12 months tempered expectations, but WSU quietly regrouped during the month of December.

Three days later, on New Year's Day, everyone shined. Shamet and Willis scored 15-each, and the Shockers reached the century mark in an MVC game for the first time since 1988 with a 100-66 pummeling of Bradley.

In a Dec. 6 win over Saint Louis, the Shockers limited the visiting Billikens to nine first-half points. It was the fewest points in a half for a WSU opponent since the introduction of the shot clock in 1985 and the lowest in the Roundhouse’s 62-year history.

The Shockers again flexed their muscles in a Jan. 4 win over Drake, outrebounding the visiting Bulldogs 36-12 in the opening half and outscoring them 50-20.

Road wins over Colorado State and against an Oklahoma team just eight months removed from a Final Four added to the momentum. In the latter, junior college point guard Daishon Smith made his mark with one of the season’s most memorable plays, rocketing through an unsuspecting Sooner defense for a slam that would end up on Sports Center’s Top-10 reel. Smith subsequently turned two steals into points, helping the Shockers pull away late. The lone blemish in 5-1 month came to Oklahoma State on Dec. 17. A red-hot Cowboy team made 14-of-28 threes and piled up 93 points to hand the Shockers their first loss in seven tries at INTRUST Bank Arena. It was also WSU’s first home non-conference loss in over six years, ending a school-record 41-game streak. In a bounce-back win over South Dakota State WSU turned the tables. The Shockers hit 15 threes (six by Landry Shamet) to tie the school record for a second time.

WSU’s offensive prowess continued in the unlikeliest of places -- Cedar Falls, Iowa -- against a UNI defense that had traditionally given the Shockers fits. Leading by two points midway through the second half, WSU scored on 10 of its next 11 possessions to take control in an 80-66 victory. The Shockers reached 80-points for a sixth consecutive game on Jan. 11 in what would turn out to be their closest home game of the year at Charles Koch Arena. Markis McDuffie scored a career-high 26 points, and WSU -- up four with less than 4:00 to go -- picked up the pace to beat Loyola by a dozen. RED ALERT: For just the fourth time in 72 seasons, two 5-0 MVC teams battled head-to-head when WSU traveled to meet co-leader Illinois State in Normal on Jan . 14. The Shocker offense -- seemingly unstoppable over the two previous week -- lost its mojo against a motivated Redbird team, looking to make a statement on national television. WSU shot less than 35 percent for the night.

The latter, in Des Moines (Feb. 1), was Marshall’s 250th win as Shocker head coach. REDBIRD REDUX: A match-anticipated grudge match between WSU (10-1 MVC) and now 11-0 Illinois State on Feb. 4 was billed as the game of the year in the Missouri Valley Conference, but the Shockers quickly eliminated any suspense. Up 22-20 with 6:00 to play in the first half, WSU outscored the visiting Redbirds 35-4 over the next 12 minutes of action to pull away.

POINTS-A-PLENTY: 2,916 Total Points scored by WSU (a school record and the second-highest total in MVC history behind Larry Bird's 1979 Indiana State team. 81.0 WSU's scoring average was the program's highest in 34 years. The 1983 Shockers -- led by a trio of future NBA draft picks in Xavier McDaniel, Antoine Carr and Aubrey Sherrod -- put up 83.4 per game. 23 Number of games in which WSU topped the 80-point barrier, breaking the ‘79 team's mark (22). 3 Number of times the Shockers hit 100-points, matching their total from the previous15 years.

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2016-17 INDIVIDUAL ACCOLADES: Landry Shamet (6-5 | R-Fr. | G | Kansas City, Mo.) 1st Team All-MVC • NABC 2nd Team All-District MVC Freshman of the Year • MVC All-Newcomer Team MVC All-Freshman Team • All-MVC Tournament Team 1x MVC Player of the Week (Feb. 26) 2x MVC Newcomer of the Week (Jan. 9, Feb. 26) Markis McDuffie (6-8 | So. | F | Paterson, N.J.) 1st Team All-MVC • NABC 1st Team All-District 16 Battle 4 Atlantis All-Tournament Team Conner Frankamp (6-1 | R-Jr. | G | Wichita, Kan.) 3rd Team All-MVC • Arch Madness MVP MVC Most Improved Team • 1x MVC Player of the Week (Feb. 6) Shaquille Morris (6-8 | R-Jr. | C | Edmond, Okla.) 3rd Team All-MVC • 1x MVC Player of the Week (Jan. 23) Zach Brown (6-6 | Jr. | F | Houston, Texas) MVC All-Defensive Team Rashard Kelly (6-7 | Jr. | F | Fredericksburg, Va.) MVC All-Bench Team Rauno Nurger (6-10 | Jr. | C | Keila, Estonia) MVC All-Bench Team Darral Willis Jr. (6-9 | Jr. | F/C | Madison, Wisc. MVC All-Newcomer Team

Against an ISU defense that ranked in the top-5 nationally, WSU erupted for 86 points on 56.6 percent shooting, capped off by a 73 percent second-half showing. Three weeks removed from a 14-point loss in Normal, the Shockers flipped the script with a 41-point demolition -- the most lopsided win in the series’ lengthy history. FOUR-PEAT COMPLETE The win moved WSU back into a first-place tie and provided the perfect confidence boost for the home stretch. The Shockers would go on to win their each of their last six regular season games -- all by 17+ points. In a subsequent win over Missouri State, they used runs of 12-0, 17-2 and 18-0 to build a 34-point lead after just 22 minutes. The Shockers reached the 25-win mark for an eighth-consecutive year on Feb. 18 by holding a Northern Iowa team that had won 9 of its last 10 games to just 44 points on 27 percent shooting. It was the ninth-consecutive game that the Shockers had held their opponent under 40 percent from the field. Two days later, with the winning streak now up to double-digits, WSU returned to the national rankings for the first time all season at No. 25 in both major polls. The blowout wins piled up for the Shockers, yet Illinois State refused to go away. The teams kept pace with one another atop the standings into the final weekend. Shamet and Morris each delivered 20-point perfor62

mances at Missouri State, and the Shockers sprinted through the Valley finish line at 17-1. Two hours later, ISU secured its own 17-1 finish with a win at Northern Iowa to wrap up a piece of the title and the No. 1 seed in the MVC Tournament. MVC TOURNAMENT & THE RUBBER MATCH: While the two teams were on an obvious collision course for the Arch Madness title game, both had business to attend to. ISU survived a quarterfinal challenge from Evansville before brushing aside Southern Illinois.

WINNING WALK-ONS On Feb. 21, a nondescript class provided one of the most memorable senior night performances in school history. The team’s lone elderstatesmen -- walk ons Zach Bush and John Robert Simon -- put on a show in the closing minutes of a 109-83 victory over Evansville. Simon hit three-consecutive three-point attempts, and Bush tallied two points and a pair of assists. Simon (.941) and Bush (.984) ended with the two-highest winning percentage in Shocker history. Over four years, Bush was 64-1 when he saw playing time. Simon finished 80-5.

WSU posted its most-lopsided win (+26 points) of the Arch Madness era against Bradley in the quarterfinals, leaping to a 42-16 halftime lead before coasting. The Shockers trailed by 10 in the opening minutes of their semifinal against Missouri State, but the Bears quickly ran out of steam. Frankamp hit six threes and Morris tallied 21 points in a 78-63 win. That set up a much-anticipated championship matchup between WSU and ISU. The two teams had gone a combined 36-0 against the rest of the Valley. Still, national pundits considered it an elimination game, with the loser potentially headed to the NIT. The Shockers held the Redbirds to just 29 percent shooting and gradually pulled away for 20-point win. Frankamp (career-high 19 points) claimed MVP Honors. 2016-17 FINAL NATIONAL RANKINGS WSU completed a season-long climb back into the national rankings on Feb. 20 and peaked three weeks later at No. 19. Since earning its first ranking under Gregg Marshall in Feb., 2012, WSU has totaled 64 weeks in polls. WSU has cracked the top-25 in each of the last six seasons now, tying a program-best (From 1960-61 to 1965-66, the Shockers logged 63 weeks). POSTSEASON (Mar. 13) ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL Rk School W-L Points 1 Villanova (59) ..........31-3 1,619 2 Gonzaga (6) ............32-1 1,520 3 Kansas.....................28-4 1,479 4 Arizona....................30-4 1,427 5 Kentucky..................29-5 1,276 6 North Carolina..........27-7 1,256 7 Duke........................27-8 1,251 8 UCLA........................29-4 1,208 9 Oregon.....................29-5 1,196 10 Louisville..................24-8 983 11 SMU.........................30-4 953 12 Baylor......................25-7 861 13 West Virginia............26-8 844 14 Notre Dame..............25-9 684 15 Purdue.....................25-7 654 16 Florida State.............25-8 570 17 Iowa State................23-10 562 18 Cincinnati.................29-5 522 19 WICHITA STATE..... 30-4 438 20 Florida......................24-8 390 21 Butler.......................23-8 361 22 Saint Mary's.............28-4 305 23 Michigan..................24-11 254 24 Virginia....................22-10 240 25 Wisconsin.................25-9 153

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Others receiving votes: Middle Tennessee 37, Minnesota 20, Rhode Island 13, Creighton 11, Oklahoma State 8, Iowa 8, Nevada 5, Princeton 5, Vermont 4, Virginia Tech 3, Seton Hall 2, VCU 1, Arkansas 1, Northwestern 1

FINAL (Apr. 3) USA TODAY COACHES POLL Rk School W-L Points 1 North Carolina (31) .33-7 775 2 Gonzaga...................37-2 744 3 Oregon.....................33-6 695 4 Kansas.....................31-5 653 5 Kentucky..................32-6 627 6 South Carolina.........26-11 561 7 Arizona....................32-5 548 8 Villanova..................32-4 498 9 UCLA........................31-5 492 10 Florida......................27-9 468 11 West Virginia............28-9 445 12 Baylor......................27-8 352 13 Duke........................28-9 348 14 Louisville..................25-9 347 15 Purdue.....................27-8 319 16 Wisconsin.................27-10 289 17 Michigan..................26-12 278 18 Xavier.......................24-14 276 19 Butler.......................25-9 229 20 Notre Dame..............26-10 199 21 WICHITA STATE..... 31-5 162 22 Cincinnati.................30-6 140 23 SMU.........................30-5 128 24 Florida St..................26-9 127 25 Iowa State................24-11 106

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Others receiving votes: Saint Mary's 80, Virginia 56, Usc 31, Middle Tennessee 25, Arkansas 22, Rhode Island 15, Northwestern 12, Michigan State 8, Oklahoma State 6, Dayton 6, Maryland 3, Vcu 3, TCU 2


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MVC FOUR-PEAT 2017..... 17-1 (t-1st) 2016..... 16-2 (1st) 2015..... 17-1 (1st) 2014..... 18-0 (1st) Wichita State won a share of the MVC regular season title for the fifth time in six years (and for the 11th time overall). It was the MVC's first"four-peat" since Southern Illinois (2002-05) and just the third of the modern (post WWII) era). Gregg Marshall became the first coach in six decades (and just the fifth overall) to lead five MVC title winners. Ed Hickey won the last of his seven titles at Creighton and Saint Louis in 1957. Year of the Triple WSU ranked eighth-nationally in long-range percentage (.403) and obliterated the school’s season records for threepoint makes (310) and three-pointers- per-game (8.6). In non-conference wins over Eastern Shore and South Dakota State, the Shockers twice tied the school’s single-game record with 15 treys. Margin in Charge The Shockers ranked second nationally in scoring margin for the year, trailing only national runner-up Gonzaga. They outscored opponents by 18.6 points – nearly three points better than the famous 2013-14 team, which posted a +15.7 margin. 27 Wins by Double-Figures (tied school record) 17 Wins by 20+ Points (new school record) 9 Wins by 30+ Points (new school record) Bench Impressive The Shockers finished in the top-5 nationally in bench scoring. Non-starters combined to average 33.6 points. The team set a school record with 64 bench points in a 116-79 rout of MDES on Nov. 20. They later put up 61 against SNU and topped 50 on three other occasions. Road Warriors WSU’s true road winning percentage was tied for second nationally with Kansas and St. Mary’s (10-1, .909). Only Gonzaga (9-0) was better. Another Home Run WSU went a perfect 16-0 at Charles Koch Arena, winning every game by a dozen-or-more points. The Shockers held double-figure leads at halftime in all 16 contests and trailed for a combined total of 9:22. All-a-Board The Shockers outrebounded 29 of their 36 opponents and, for the tenth-straight year, led the MVC in rebound margin. The team’s +9.0 margin ranked second nationally, behind national champion North Carolina. Dominant Defense Shocker opponents shot just 37.7% from the field – fourth-lowest nationally. It was the best showing by a WSU defense since the 1955 season (62 years). The Shockers held six opponents under 30%. Over one particularly dominant stretch (Jan. 21-Feb. 18), they pinned nine-straight foes under 40%.

ON TO INDY WSU entered the NCAA Tournament with a sparkling 30-4 record. Computers loved the Shockers and their statistical dominance (during the regular season they ranked first or second in the MVC in 19 of the 21 major categories). KenPom (8), Sagarin (13) and ESPN’s BPI (16) all ranked the Shockers among the nation’s elite. The pollsters agreed, slotting WSU at No. 19 heading into the tournament.

BATTLE OF THE FRESHMEN One of the first week’s most-anticipated matchups came to fruition when No. 2 seed Kentucky finished off Northern Kentucky.

The selection committee disagreed, citing a lack of high profile wins. Missed opportunities against Michigan State, Louisville and Oklahoma State early in the season outweighed nearly three months of dominance in conference play, and the Shockers were relegated to No. 38 on the “S” Curve and a No. 10 seed in the bracket.

It would be just the second-ever collision of 30-win teams in the NCAA Tournament’s first weekend. A blueblood program with three NBA lottery picks against a team of relative unknowns.

A first-round matchup with Dayton pitted two so-called “mid-majors” with similar fan bases, styles and tournament track records. Both the seventh-seeded Flyers and Shockers had done their share of giant-slaying in pass NCAA Tournaments, using a mixture of defense, rebounding and pure grit.

Shamet, in particular, looked right at home against Kentucky’s trio of highly-touted freshmen, De’Aaron Fox, Malik Monk and Bam Adebayo (three of the top 14 picks in the 2017 NBA Draft).

The collision between the two in Indianapolis, while fascinating on paper, was admittedly tough on the eyes. Both teams succeeded in taking the other out of their respective comfort zones. The Shockers shot just 39.6 percent and turned the ball over 16 times, but they limited Dayton to 31 percent and outrebounded the smaller Flyers by 19. Dayton’s Scoochie Smith hit a three near the 14:00-mark to give Dayton a 38-35 edge, but the Shocker defense clamped down. Over the next 12 minutes, the Flyers made just 1-of-16 shots from the field. “We played with much better energy and passion in the second half,” Marshall told reporters. “We were tremendous on the glass. ... And even though we turned the ball over too many times, we blocked eight shots.”

A rematch of the 2014 NCAA Tournament classic between the Shockers and Wildcats (later voted 2014’s “Game of the Year” by Sports Illustrated) drew a prime national television window on CBS.

Though the Shockers ultimately fell, 65-62, their performance served as further validation.

Shamet emerged with a game-high 20 points. He scored 11 of them over the final 3:03 after the Shockers had fallen behind by seven points. Shamet’s three with 58 seconds to go, cut the Wildcat lead to 63-62. WSU rebounded a Monk miss, but Monk atoned on the other end, blocking McDuffie’s three-point attempt with 13 seconds to go, then converting a pair of free throws to stretch the Wildcat lead to 65-62. The Shockers’ made a last-ditch effort to tie. Shamet pump-faked, then unleashed an off-balance three with less than a second on the clock, but Kentucky’s Adebayo was there to swat it away. “We know we can play much better,” Marshall said after the second round loss. “If we get a break or two, and another shot goes down, maybe we’re advancing, maybe we win the whole thing. I mean, that’s possible. So that will be our goal next year.”

Rauno Nurger’s dunk with just over 9:00 left gave WSU the lead for good, 43-42. Frankamp put the game away with a three at 1:27 to stretch the lead to 7.

Moving On to The American Less than three weeks after its season-ending loss to Kentucky, university presidents from the American Athletic Conference voted unanimously to add Wichita State as a non-football member. WSU officially joined the conference on July 1, 2017, ending a 72-year run in the Missouri Valley Conference. Dominant End to the MVC Era Over the final six easons, the Shockers won nearly 90% of their league games (96-12, .889) and collected five regular season conference titles. Over its last four Valley seasons, WSU went 68-4 (.944) in regular season play with four consecutive titles, banking the highest winning percentage of any team in any conference. The Shockers won their last 16 meetings with Bradley and the final 15 against Missouri State. They also left with open-ended streaks over Loyola (11), Drake (11), Indiana State (10), Southern Illinois (9) and Evansville (9).

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SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE INDIVIDUAL -- ALL GAMES ## 32 11 21 24 33 01 00 20 02 12 03 25 04 14 10 05 TM

Player McDUFFIE, Markis SHAMET, Landry WILLIS Jr., Darral MORRIS, Shaquille FRANKAMP, Conner BROWN, Zach KELLY, Rashard NURGER, Rauno SMITH, Daishon REAVES, Austin KEYSER, C.J. HAMILTON, Eric BARNEY, Brett SIMON, John Robert MALONE, Kaelen BUSH, Zach TEAM................ Total.......... Opponents......

GP 36 36 36 34 36 36 36 36 36 33 25 26 17 21 16 21

Total: 31-5 GS 27 36 14 23 25 30 8 5 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min 918 960 592 611 861 755 606 508 536 391 120 123 39 92 33 55

Avg 25.5 26.7 16.4 18.0 23.9 21.0 16.8 14.1 14.9 11.8 4.8 4.7 2.3 4.4 2.1 2.6

36 36

SCORE BY PERIODS: 1st Wichita State.................1384 Opponents....................1050

2nd 1532 1196

FG 132 135 127 125 111 82 74 64 50 39 17 13 10 7 3 3

FGA 288 286 236 239 249 202 150 122 122 87 40 44 18 13 9 11

% .458 .472 .538 .523 .446 .406 .493 .525 .410 .448 .425 .295 .556 .538 .333 .273

3FG 33 72 0 4 73 38 10 13 28 28 3 2 0 5 0 1

FT FTA % Off 118 144 .819 62 69 86 .802 22 99 134 .739 64 71 90 .789 41 26 34 .765 6 65 94 .691 41 41 71 .577 64 39 54 .722 21 43 58 .741 11 28 37 .757 10 10 14 .714 7 6 17 .353 6 0 2 .000 4 5 8 .625 2 1 2 .500 2 1 3 .333 1 70 992 2116 .469 310 769 .403 622 848 .733 434 754 2000 .377 241 775 .311 497 718 .692 332

Player SHAMET, Landry McDUFFIE, Markis MORRIS, Shaquille FRANKAMP, Conner WILLIS Jr., Darral BROWN, Zach NURGER, Rauno KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon REAVES, Austin KEYSER, C.J. HAMILTON, Eric BARNEY, Brett SIMON, John Robert BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen TEAM................ Total.......... Opponents......

GP 18 18 17 18 18 18 18 18 18 16 15 13 10 11 11 9

Min 513 475 303 442 289 380 254 285 253 193 65 42 21 39 28 18

18 18

SCORE BY PERIODS: 1st Wichita State..................705 Opponents.....................530

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GS 18 17 11 12 9 17 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2nd 790 609

% .355 .439 .000 .286 .440 .345 .435 .464 .384 .509 .273 .167 .000 .500 .000 .167

Def 142 80 120 131 50 74 110 77 68 49 10 28 2 7 3 7 82 1040 820

Away: 10-1 Tot 204 102 184 172 56 115 174 98 79 59 17 34 6 9 5 8 152 1474 1152

Avg 5.7 2.8 5.1 5.1 1.6 3.2 4.8 2.7 2.2 1.8 0.7 1.3 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.4 4.2 40.9 32.0

Neutral: 5-3

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 72 0 61 50 11 42 415 11.5 77 0 117 39 7 26 411 11.4 87 0 23 54 29 15 353 9.8 80 1 36 40 35 12 325 9.6 28 0 96 24 8 27 321 8.9 73 0 56 38 7 24 267 7.4 62 0 43 37 9 19 199 5.5 64 1 23 29 15 3 180 5.0 51 0 68 39 2 35 171 4.8 26 0 37 18 10 12 134 4.1 22 0 8 15 2 2 47 1.9 16 0 1 8 5 3 34 1.3 5 0 0 0 0 3 20 1.2 7 0 10 4 0 7 24 1.1 3 0 3 2 0 0 7 0.4 3 0 4 2 0 5 8 0.4 0 7 0 676 2 586 406 140 235 2916 81.0 752 25 373 488 122 189 2246 62.4

OT Total 0 - 2916 0 - 2246

INDIVIDUAL -- CONFERENCE ONLY ## 11 32 24 33 21 01 20 00 02 12 03 25 04 14 05 10 TM

FGA 93 164 1 14 166 110 23 28 73 55 11 12 0 10 3 6

Home: 16-1

MVC: 17-1 Avg 28.5 26.4 17.8 24.6 16.1 21.1 14.1 15.8 14.1 12.1 4.3 3.2 2.1 3.5 2.5 2.0

FG 79 71 68 65 64 32 41 34 25 14 13 7 5 4 2 0

FGA 141 139 134 129 124 99 72 59 57 38 24 20 8 6 4 4

% .560 .511 .507 .504 .516 .323 .569 .576 .439 .368 .542 .350 .625 .667 .500 .000

FGA 83 45 8 81 1 59 14 10 35 23 7 6 0 5 1 2

% .518 .356 .250 .506 .000 .254 .500 .600 .400 .522 .429 .167 .000 .600 .000 .000

FT 32 57 46 13 37 25 13 26 13 14 4 3 0 0 0 1

FTA 39 68 54 16 53 36 19 44 19 18 7 5 1 0 1 2

% .821 .838 .852 .813 .698 .694 .684 .591 .684 .778 .571 .600 .000 .000 .000 .500

Away: 8-1

Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 7 45 52 2.9 34 0 71 19 3 13 233 27 84 111 6.2 41 0 37 27 3 19 215 25 75 100 5.9 30 0 23 25 15 7 184 1 29 30 1.7 15 0 52 10 5 20 184 26 51 77 4.3 42 0 12 25 16 8 165 19 31 50 2.8 40 0 28 18 1 15 104 14 41 55 3.1 30 0 13 11 10 2 102 37 52 89 4.9 33 0 30 19 4 8 100 6 26 32 1.8 26 0 24 16 2 13 77 4 22 26 1.6 11 0 16 8 7 5 54 3 8 11 0.7 12 0 4 6 1 1 33 2 11 13 1.0 7 0 0 1 0 0 18 2 0 2 0.2 4 0 0 0 0 3 10 2 2 4 0.4 3 0 4 2 0 1 11 0 1 1 0.1 1 0 3 0 0 2 4 0 2 2 0.2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 22 34 56 3.1 0 3 0 524 1058 .495 163 380 .429 284 382 .743 197 514 711 39.5 330 0 318 190 67 117 1495 386 996 .388 115 370 .311 252 348 .724 152 395 547 30.4 347 4 181 233 49 85 1139

OT Total 0 - 1495 0 - 1139

3FG 43 16 2 41 0 15 7 6 14 12 3 1 0 3 0 0

Home: 9-0

Avg 12.9 11.9 10.8 10.2 9.2 5.8 5.7 5.6 4.3 3.4 2.2 1.4 1.0 1.0 0.4 0.1 83.1 63.3


SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE SCHEDULE & RESULTS DATE AP/CO OPPONENT N. 11 rv/rv SOUTH CAROLINA ST. N. 13 rv/rv LONG BEACH ST. N. 16 rv/rv TULSA N. 20 rv/rv UMES N. 23 rv/rv vs. LSU # N. 24 rv/rv vs. [10/10] Louisville # N. 25 rv/rv vs. [24/20] Michigan St. # N. 29 -/rv SO. NAZARENE D. 3 -/rv at Colorado St. D. 6 rv/rv SAINT LOUIS D. 10 rv/rv at Oklahoma & D. 17 rv/rv [-/rv] OKLAHOMA ST. ! D. 22 -/rv SOUTH DAKOTA ST. D. 28 -/- at Indiana St. * J. 1 -/- BRADLEY * J. 4 -/- DRAKE * J. 8 -/- at No. Iowa * J. 11 rv/rv LOYOLA * J. 14 rv/rv at Illinois St.* J. 17 -/- at Evansville * J. 21 -/- INDIANA ST. * J. 24 -/- SO. ILLINOIS * J. 29 -/- at Bradley * F. 1 rv/rv at Drake * F. 4 rv/rv [rv/-] ILLINOIS ST. * F. 9 rv/rv MISSOURI ST. * F. 12 rv/rv at Loyola * F. 15 rv/rv at So. Illinois * F. 18 rv/rv NO. IOWA * F. 21 25/25 EVANSVILLE * F. 25 25/25 at Missouri St. * M. 3 21/22 vs. Bradley % M. 4 21/22 vs. Missouri St. % M. 5 21/22 vs. Illinois St. % M. 17 19/19 vs. Dayton $ M. 19 19/19 vs. [5/5] Kentucky $

RESULT W 85-39 W 92-55 W 80-53 W 116-79 W 82-47 L 52-62 L 72-77 W 87-57 W 82-67 W 74-45 W 76-73 L 76-93 W 89-67 W 80-72 W 100-66 W 90-65 W 80-66 W 87-75 L 62-76 W 82-65 W 84-58 W 87-45 W 64-49 W 77-69 W 86-45 W 80-62 W 81-64 W 87-68 W 73-44 W 109-83 W 86-67 W 82-56 W 78-63 W 71-51 W 64-58 W 62-65

STRK Won 1 Won 2 Won 3 Won 4 Won 5 Lost 1 Lost 2 Won 1 Won 2 Won 3 Won 4 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 2 Won 3 Won 4 Won 5 Won 6 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 2 Won 3 Won 4 Won 5 Won 6 Won 7 Won 8 Won 9 Won 10 Won 11 Won 12 Won 13 Won 14 Won 15 Won 16 Lost 1

RECORD 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 5-1 5-2 6-2 7-2 8-2 9-2 9-3 10-3 11-3 12-3 13-3 14-3 15-3 15-4 16-4 17-4 18-4 19-4 20-4 21-4 22-4 23-4 24-4 25-4 26-4 27-4 28-4 29-4 30-4 31-4 31-5

MVC

HI SCORER (14) Nurger (15) Frankamp (18) McDuffie (16) Shamet / Smith (15) McDuffie (10) McDuffie / Morris (16) Willis (15) Morris (16) Brown (15) Kelly (17) Brown (24) Willis (21) Shamet (25) Willis (15) Shamet / Willis (13) Morris / Smith (17) Shamet (26) McDuffie (14) Shamet / Willis (17) Morris (24) Morris (20) McDuffie (19) Shamet (17) Shamet (18) Frankamp (13) Morris (16) Frankamp / Shamet (14) Frankamp (14) Shamet / Willis (18) Morris (23) Shamet (17) Willis (21) Morris (19) Frankamp (13) Shamet (20) Shamet

1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 5-1 6-1 7-1 8-1 9-1 10-1 11-1 12-1 13-1 14-1 15-1 16-1 17-1

HI REBOUNDER (9) Kelly (6) Smith (7) Kelly / McDuffie / Willis (4) Kelly / Willis (6) Morris (5) Nurger (6) Willis (9) Willis (6) Morris (8) Kelly (8) McDuffie (13) Willis (9) Willis (10) Willis (6) Kelly (11) McDuffie (5) McDuffie (6) Nurger (9) Willis (10) Morris (8) Morris (9) McDuffie (14) McDuffie (14) McDuffie (11) Morris (4) Morris/ Kelly/ Willis (9) Morris (9) Kelly / McDuffie (11) Willis (6) Kelly (8) Shamet (10) McDuffie (7) Morris/McDuffie/Willis (10) Morris (11) Kelly (8) Brown

HI ASSISTS (4) Frankamp / Brown (4) Smith (4) McDuffie (5) Frankamp (7) Frankamp (3) Shamet (3) Shamet (5) Smith (4) Smith (5) Shamet (6) Smith (3) Frankamp / Smith (6) Brown (4) Shamet (6) Shamet (5) Shamet (3) Shamet / Smith (3) Frankamp / Shamet (6) Shamet (5) Shamet (4) Morris (4) Frankamp / Kelly (6) Shamet (8) McDuffie (5) Brown (5) McDuffie (7) Shamet (6) Shamet (5) Frankamp (6) Kelly (5) Frankamp/ Shamet (3) Frankamp/ Shamet (4) Shamet (2) Frankamp (3) Frankamp/ Shamet (3) McDuffie

ATTEND. ~ 10,506 ~ 10,506 ~ 10,506 ~ 10,506 1,206 1,604 1,569 10,436 6,918 10,157 11,157 ~ 15,004 ~ 10,506 4,550 ~ 10,506 10,383 5,547 ~10,506 9,078 4,019 ~10,506 ~10,506 6,001 3,024 ~10,506 ~10,506 4,156 4,447 ~10,506 ~10,506 6,823 9,124 12,124 11,744 ~18,269 ~18,293

SCORING MARGINS 1 . .

WINS LOSSES

2 . .

3 1 1

4 . .

5 . 1

6 1 .

7 . .

8 2 .

9 . .

10 . 1

11 . .

12 1 .

ATTENDANCE FIGURES Site HOME

Games 17 16 1

Sellouts 9 8 1

Total 182,558 167,554 15,004

Average 10,739 10,472 15,004

AWAY

11

0

65,725

5,975

NEUTRAL Battle 4 Atlantis Arch Madness NCAA Tournament

8 3 3 2

2 0 0 2

73,936 4,379 32,992 36,562

9,242 1,460 10,997 18,281

TOTALS

36

11

322,211

8,950

Charles Koch Arena INTRUST Bank Arena

13 . .

14 1 1

15 3 .

16 . .

17 2 1

18 1 .

19 20-24 25-29 30+ 2 2 6 6 . . . .

40+ 3 .

<10 10+ 20+ 4 27 17 2 3 0

SCHEDULE KEY: Home Games in CAPS * = Missouri Valley Conference game # = Battle 4 Atlantis (Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas / Imperial Arena) [ ] = Opponent's AP/Coaches Poll rankings at the time of the game ^ = MVC/Mountain West Conference Challenge Series ## = Opponent's Tournament Seed & = All-College Classic (Oklahoma City, Okla. / Chesapeake Energy Arena) ~ = Sellout Crowd ! = Wichita, Kan. / INTRUST Bank Arena % = MVC Tournament (St. Louis, Mo. / Scottrade Center) $ = NCAA Tournament, First & Second Rounds (Indianapolis/Bankers Life Fieldhouse)

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SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE GAME-BY-GAME COMPARISON (WSU listed first in bold, then opponent) SOUTH CAROLINA ST. LONG BEACH ST. TULSA EASTERN SHORE vs. LSU vs. #10/10 Louisville vs. #24/20 Michigan St. SO. NAZARENE at Colorado St. SAINT LOUIS at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA ST. SOUTH DAKOTA ST. at Indiana St.* BRADLEY* DRAKE* at No. Iowa* LOYOLA* at Illinois St.* at Evansville* INDIANA ST.* SO. ILLINOIS* at Bradley* at Drake* ILLINOIS ST.* MISSOURI ST.* at Loyola* at So. Illinois* NO. IOWA* EVANSVILLE* at Missouri St.* vs. Bradley % vs. Missouri St. % vs. Illinois St. % vs. Dayton $ vs. #5/5 Kentucky

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1st 41 15 43 33 44 30 62 37 46 19 17 33 29 39 50 24 34 31 36 9 37 39 33 49 44 32 38 38 51 29 51 21 39 32 49 35 27 36 30 33 37 22 39 22 20 25 39 35 35 22 48 21 40 36 37 33 38 26 48 32 39 32 42 16 37 34 33 25 27 29 24 26

2nd 44 24 49 22 36 23 54 42 36 28 35 29 43 38 37 33 48 36 39 36 39 34 43 44 45 35 42 34 49 37 39 44 41 34 38 40 35 40 52 32 47 36 48 23 44 24 38 34 51 23 32 41 41 28 50 35 35 18 61 51 47 35 40 40 41 29 38 26 37 29 38 39

Tot 85 39 92 55 80 53 116 79 82 47 52 62 72 77 87 57 82 67 75 45 76 73 76 96 89 67 80 72 100 66 90 65 80 66 87 75 62 76 82 65 84 58 87 45 64 49 77 69 86 45 80 62 81 64 87 68 73 44 109 83 86 67 82 56 78 63 71 51 64 58 62 65

+/+46 +37 +27 +37 +35 -10 -5 +30 +15 +30 +3 -17 +22 +8 +34 +25 +14 +12 -14 +17 +26 +42 +15 +8 +41 +18 +17 +19 +29 +26 +19 +26 +15 +20 +6 -3

FGM-FGA 30-63 14-52 31-56 20-64 27-63 18-54 35-53 27-55 31-69 18-64 18-57 19-52 22-62 26-52 32-61 16-49 28-60 18-44 27-60 15-58 25-63 20-65 19-52 31-59 34-63 25-52 29-61 22-56 34-65 21-52 37-76 23-61 27-55 22-51 28-52 25-55 22-63 26-48 28-55 23-52 24-54 20-60 32-57 15-54 23-52 19-56 31-66 23-61 30-53 18-54 25-54 20-54 28-53 20-58 35-63 23-62 23-53 14-51 35-65 26-53 33-61 26-58 23-62 21-55 24-54 22-58 19-50 17-58 19-48 18-58 24-62 23-55

Pct. .476 .269 .554 .313 .429 .333 .660 .491 .449 .281 .316 .365 .355 .500 .525 .327 .467 .409 .450 .259 .397 .308 .365 .525 .540 .481 .475 .393 .523 .404 .487 .377 .491 .431 .538 .455 .349 .542 .509 .442 .444 .333 .561 .278 .442 .339 .470 .377 .566 .333 .463 .370 .528 .345 .556 .371 .434 .275 .538 .491 .541 .448 .371 .382 .444 .379 .380 .293 .396 .310 .387 .418

3PM-3PA 4-23 3-16 10-20 2-20 6-22 6-22 15-24 10-21 9-18 4-25 6-22 7-24 5-22 11-25 8-18 6-20 13-27 7-18 8-20 8-28 9-28 6-21 3-17 14-28 15-34 10-24 4-18 10-24 13-29 7-19 8-24 9-28 11-20 7-24 12-27 9-25 7-21 10-22 11-19 6-19 6-19 5-23 9-19 1-12 6-19 4-19 9-23 11-29 8-21 4-22 10-22 9-19 8-16 5-20 10-16 1-13 7-18 4-19 13-23 9-17 11-26 4-16 5-14 4-17 10-20 8-28 7-16 6-28 6-20 7-22 8-24 7-18

Pct. .174 .188 .500 .100 .273 .273 .625 .476 .500 .160 .273 .292 .227 .440 .444 .300 .481 .389 .400 .286 .321 .286 .176 .500 .441 .417 .222 .417 .448 .368 .333 .321 .550 .292 .444 .360 .333 .455 .579 .316 .316 .217 .474 .083 .316 .211 .391 .379 .381 .182 .455 .474 .500 .250 .625 .077 .389 .211 .565 .529 .423 .250 .357 .235 .500 .286 .438 .214 .300 .318 .333 .389

FTM-FTA 21-29 8-11 20-31 13-22 20-26 11-21 31-43 15-24 11-18 7-13 10-18 17-23 23-30 14-21 15-20 19-31 13-17 24-29 13-17 7-10 17-23 27-34 35-47 17-26 6-8 7-13 18-27 18-24 19-22 17-22 8-11 10-16 15-16 15-16 19-29 16-22 11-15 14-21 15-24 13-19 30-41 13-18 14-20 14-23 12-17 7-11 6-10 12-14 18-22 5-11 20-31 13-24 17-20 19-24 7-10 21-24 20-23 12-17 26-33 22-25 9-11 11-17 31-45 10-19 11-16 20-21 26-37 11-19 20-27 15-20 6-9 12-18

Pct. .724 .727 .645 .591 .769 .524 .721 .625 .611 .538 .556 .739 .767 .667 .750 .613 .765 .828 .765 .700 .739 .794 .745 .654 .750 .538 .667 .750 .864 .773 .727 .625 .938 .938 .655 .727 .733 .667 .625 .684 .732 .722 .700 .609 .706 .636 .600 .857 .818 .455 .645 .542 .850 .792 .700 .875 .870 .706 .788 .880 .818 .647 .689 .526 .688 .952 .703 .579 .741 .750 .667 .667

Reb 49 28 46 35 52 30 32 25 55 36 33 46 37 36 44 28 33 31 52 29 43 46 34 36 35 26 46 30 32 32 54 28 34 25 30 35 35 34 33 31 40 38 47 27 46 27 43 34 37 29 34 41 42 27 44 27 48 23 35 26 31 33 51 37 39 30 42 41 48 29 38 36

+/+21 +11 +22 +7 +19 -13 +1 +16 +2 +23 -3 -2 +9 +16 -+26 +9 -5 +1 +2 +2 +20 +19 +9 +8 -7 +15 +17 +25 +9 -2 +14 +9 +1 +19 +2

A 21 5 16 8 20 9 20 11 16 8 12 13 9 20 21 8 15 12 20 11 16 11 8 16 24 12 16 17 25 10 19 10 15 8 18 14 13 16 17 15 17 11 21 3 14 7 19 10 17 6 19 9 18 11 13 4 13 7 24 15 20 8 11 9 9 14 7 3 11 11 12 11

TO 10 19 14 21 15 15 12 17 14 16 12 15 7 15 12 17 13 19 10 9 12 10 15 17 11 14 11 11 11 23 14 15 9 11 12 13 13 14 6 12 6 15 13 13 18 13 9 8 11 19 11 21 14 10 14 8 10 7 3 11 5 9 12 18 12 10 8 10 16 6 11 7

TO Mar +9 +7 -+5 +2 +3 +8 +5 +6 -1 -2 +2 +3 -+12 +1 +2 +1 +1 +6 +9 --5 -1 +8 +10 -4 -6 -3 +8 +4 +6 -2 +2 -10 -4

Blk 5 1 8 1 5 3 0 3 3 6 0 8 1 6 2 3 2 3 3 1 7 9 8 3 4 1 6 3 6 0 2 1 2 4 3 1 5 8 2 2 5 3 3 0 2 4 3 2 3 1 3 5 3 2 4 5 3 1 8 5 4 2 5 8 2 4 5 5 8 3 5 5

Stl 10 4 11 6 7 8 7 8 7 9 4 4 8 2 10 6 8 7 6 7 4 8 9 7 9 5 5 6 12 5 11 7 6 0 4 6 3 9 7 1 6 0 5 7 8 11 4 7 10 4 11 6 4 8 4 5 4 1 6 0 7 2 7 4 4 4 5 3 0 6 2 6

Fouls 18 23 26 25 21 24 25 35 14 18 17 22 20 25 21 19 23 20 12 18 23 23 21 32 17 12 19 23 20 20 15 14 23 18 19 20 21 19 18 21 19 30 20 19 17 19 13 15 17 20 18 23 22 19 18 13 18 18 19 24 14 12 19 29 18 18 18 28 19 23 14 11


SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE TEAM HIGHS / LOWS Points, 1st Half Points, 2nd Half Total Points FG Made FG Attempted FG Percentage 3-Pt. FG Made 3-Pt. FG Attempts 3-Pt. FG Pct. FT Made FT Attempted FT Percentage Off. Rebounds Total Rebounds Rebound Margin Assists Blocked Shots Steals Turnovers Forced Personal Fouls

High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low

62 17 54 32 116 52 37 18 76 48 .660 .316 *15 3 34 16 .625 .174 35 6 47 8 .952 .556 19 4 55 30 +26 -13 25 7 8 0 12 0 23 6 26 12

WICHITA STATE MD. EASTERN SHORE (11/20/16) vs. Louisville (11/24/16) EVANSVILLE (2/22/17) MISSOURI ST. (2/9/17) MD. EASTERN SHORE (11/20/16) vs. Louisville (11/24/16) DRAKE (1/4/17) vs. Louisville (11/24/16) DRAKE (1/4/17) vs. Dayton (3/17/17) MD. EASTERN SHORE [35-53] (11/20/16) vs. Louisville [18-57] (11/24/16) 2x, Last: SOUTH DAKOTA ST. (12/22/16) OKLAHOMA ST. (12/16/16) SOUTH DAKOTA ST. (12/22/16) 3x, Last: vs. Illinois St. (3/5/17) 2x, Last: at Southern Illinois [10-16] (2/15/17) S. CAROLINA ST. [4-23] (11/11/16) OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/16) 3x, Last: at Drake (2/1/17) OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/16) SOUTH DAKOTA ST. (12/22/16) vs. Missouri St. [20-21] (3/4/17) vs. Louisville [10-18] (11/24/16) vs. Bradley (3/3/17) LOYOLA (1/11/17) vs. LSU (11/23/16) LOYOLA (1/11/17) DRAKE (1/4/17) vs. Louisville (11/24/16) BRADLEY (1/1/17) vs. Illinois St. (3/5/17) 4x, Last: vs. Dayton (3/17/17) 2x, Last: vs. Louisville (11/24/16) BRADLEY (1/1/17) vs. Dayton (3/17/17) BRADLEY (1/1/17) vs. Dayton (3/17/17) LONG BEACH ST. (11/13/16) SAINT LOUIS (12/6/16)

49 9 51 18 93 39 31 14 65 44 .542 .259 1 12 29 1 .529 .077 27 5 34 10 .938 .455 17 3 46 23 +13 -26 20 3 9 0 11 0 18 3 35 11

OPPONENT OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/16) SAINT LOUIS (12/6/16) EVANSVILLE (2/22/17) NORTHERN IOWA (2/18/17) OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/16) SOUTH CAROLINA ST. (11/11/16) OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/16) 2x, Last: NORTHERN IOWA (2/18/17) at Oklahoma (12/10/16) at Colorado St. (12/3/16) at Illinois St. [26-48] (1/14/17) SAINT LOUIS [15-58] (12/6/16) 2x, Last: at Southern Illinois (2/15/17) OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/16) at Drake (2/1/17) 2x, Last: at Southern Illinois (2/15/17) EVANSVILLE [9-17] (2/21/17) at Southern Illinois [1-13] (2/15/17) at Oklahoma (12/10/16) ILLINOIS ST. (2/4/17) at Oklahoma (12/10/16) SAINT LOUIS (12/6/16) at Northern Iowa [15-16] (1/8/17) ILLINOIS ST. [5-11] (2/4/17) OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/16) 3x, Last: at Bradley (1/29/17) 2x, Last: at Oklahoma (12/10/16) NORTHERN IOWA (2/18/17) vs. Louisville (11/24/16) DRAKE (1/4/17) vs. Michigan St. (11/25/16) 2x, Last: vs. Illinois St. (3/5/17) at Oklahoma (12/10/16) BRADLEY (1/1/17) at Bradley (1/29/17) 3x, Last: EVANSVILLE (2/22/17) at Bradley (1/29/17) EVANSVILLE (2/21/17) MD. EASTERN SHORE (11/20/16) vs. Kentucky (3/19/17)

INDIVIDUAL HIGHS & LOWS Points FG Made FG Attempted FG Percentage 3-Pt. FG Made 3-Pt. FG Attempted 3-Pt. Percentage FT Made FT Attempted FT Percentage Rebounds Assists Blocked Shots Steals Minutes

26 9 19 7-8 6 12 4-4 14 17 11-11 14 8 5 5 36

WICHITA STATE Markis McDuffie -- LOYOLA (1/11/17) 3x, Last: Landry Shamet -- at Missouri St. (2/25/17) Darral WIllis Jr. -- at Indiana St. (12/28/16) Darral Willis Jr. (2x) -- Last: SO. ILLINOIS (1/24/17) 2x, Last: Conner Frankamp -- vs. Missouri St. (3/4/17) Conner Frankamp -- vs. Missouri St. (3/4/17) 5x, Last: Landry Shamet -- EVANSVILLE (2/21/17) Darral Willis Jr. -- OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/17) Darral Willis Jr. -- OKLAHOMA ST. (12/17/17) Markis McDuffie -- vs. Illinois St. (3/5/17) Markis McDuffie (2x), Last: at Drake (2/1/17) Markis McDuffie -- at Drake (2/1/17) Shaquille Morris -- at Oklahoma (12/10/16) Markis McDuffie -- S. DAKOTA ST. (12/22/16) 5x, Last: Landry Shamet -- vs. Dayton (3/17/17)

28 9 21 7-7 8 10 5-6 10 11 10-10 14 12 6 4 39

OPPONENT D. McMurray -- at Drake (2/1/17) 4x, Last: Scoochie Smith -- vs. Dayton (3/5/17) Paris Lee -- vs. Illinois St. (3/5/17) Aundre Jackson -- LOYOLA (1/11/17) Ryan Andino -- MD. EASTERN SHORE (11/20/16) 3x, Last: Scoochie Smith -- vs. Dayton (3/17/17) Prentiss Nixon -- at Colorado St. (12/3/16) 2x, Last: Jaylon Brown -- EVANSVILLE (2/21/17) 2x, Last: MiKyle McIntosh -- vs. Illinois St. (3/5/17) Jordan Woodard -- at Oklahoma (12/10/16) Emmanuel Omogbo -- at Colorado St. (12/3/16) Lourawis Nairn Jr. -- vs. Michigan St. (11/25/16) Anas Mahmoud -- vs. Louisville (11/24/16) 3x, Last: Scoochie Smith -- vs. Dayton (3/17/17) 2x, Last: Alize Johnson -- vs. Missouri St. (3/4/17)

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Opponent

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S. CAROLINA ST. LONG BEACH ST. TULSA UMES vs. LSU vs. #10 Louisville vs. #24 Michigan St. SO. NAZARENE at Colorado St. SAINT LOUIS at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA ST. S. DAKOTA ST. at Indiana St. * BRADLEY * DRAKE * at No. Iowa * LOYOLA * at Illinois St.* at Evansville * INDIANA ST. * SO. ILLINOIS * at Bradley * at Drake * ILLINOIS ST. * MISSOURI ST. * at Loyola * at So. Illinois * NO. IOWA * EVANSVILLE * at Missouri St. * vs. Bradley % vs. Missouri St. % vs. Illinois St. % vs. Dayton $ vs. #5 Kentucky $

Score

85-39 92-55 80-53 116-79 82-47 52-62 72-77 87-57 82-67 75-45 76-73 76-93 89-67 80-72 100-66 90-65 80-66 87-75 62-76 82-65 84-58 87-45 64-49 77-69 86-45 80-62 81-64 87-68 73-44 109-83 86-67 82-56 78-63 71-51 64-58

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Brown

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Keyser

Barney

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Malone Shamet

Reaves

Simon

Nurger

Willis

9-9-0 4-4-0 3-7-1 6-4-1 8-5-0 0-2-1 4-1-0 9-5-1 2-1-0 15-8-1 2-3-0 2-0-0 4-1-0 0-3-0 4-6-2 4-1-1 4-4-2 7-2-1 0-2-0 5-5-1 0-7-0 4-4-4 7-6-1 13-6-0 5-7-1 2-4-2 11-6-2 7-9-2 9-7-2 13-6-6 5-4-3 14-7-0 4-3-3 1-8-2 8-11-1 4-6-2

7-5-4 11-4-3 15-5-3 13-1-1 3-5-0 7-2-1 0-2-2 13-4-1 16-3-1 8-4-3 17-4-0 10-6-0 10-0-6 6-8-2 3-4-5 9-5-0 5-4-0 7-2-2 6-2-2 4-0-2 2-4-1 6-3-1 2-1-0 8-1-3 10-3-5 12-1-2 8-4-0 3-2-0 5-1-0 5-3-0 3-2-3 6-2-0 4-2-1 2-4-1 12-4-0 9-8-1

0-3-3 11-6-4 0-3-3 16-1-3 6-2-1 3-1-1 13-4-2 0-5-5 9-0-4 6-5-2 13-3-6 7-2-3 3-6-5 5-4-3 6-1-3 13-2-2 6-1-3 10-3-1 2-0-0 0-0-1 0-2-2 3-3-2 0-2-0 2-0-1 1-2-1 8-3-2 2-0-1 5-2-1 0-6-0 5-1-0 9-0-1 3-4-1 2-1-0 2-0-0 0-0-1 0-1-0

4-1-1 0-1-0 2-1-0 2-1-0 0-0-1 ----4-0-1 ------0-0-0 ----6-2-1 3-1-1 0-0-0 --0-0-0 --6-0-1 6-1-1 0-1-0 0-0-0 6-1-0 0-2-0 2-0-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 2-1-0 0-1-0 2-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-0 -----

4-1-0 0-0-0 --2-2-0 2-0-0 ----2-1-0 --0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----0-0-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 ------2-0-0 2-1-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 ----2-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 ----DNP -----

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

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

6-3-1 10-1-2 4-4-3 15-3-2 3-2-1 5-2-1 6-3-1 --5-1-1 6-1-2 8-2-2 0-0-0 3-3-4 0-4-0 14-4-0 5-5-3 6-4-0 3-2-2 0-0-1 3-1-2 11-2-0 0-2-3 ----0-0-2 5-2-1 3-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-2 0-0-0 0-2-0 3-2-0 1-2-1 2-1-0 3-1-0

3-0-0 1-2-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-0-0 ----3-1-2 --0-1-1 --0-0-2 ----0-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 --0-0-0 --0-2-0 0-0-1 ----2-1-1 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 9-1-1 0-0-0 1-1-0 --0-0-0 -----

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

8-4-1 9-5-1 16-7-2 11-4-2 8-5-0 3-4-1 16-6-0 11-9-0 6-4-0 12-5-0 12-7-0 24-13-0 14-9-0 25-10-3 15-2-0 10-7-1 6-3-1 10-5-1 14-9-0 11-3-1 4-2-1 15-3-1 4-5-1 0-1-0 6-2-0 10-4-0 0-1-0 4-2-0 14-11-1 11-5-1 6-2-0 17-7-2 6-7-0 9-7-0 4-3-0 2-1-2

RECORDS BY LINEUP: Frankamp, Shamet, Brown, McDuffie, Morris...........13-1 Smith, Shamet, Brown, McDuffie, Willis.............6-1 Frankamp, Shamet, Brown, Kelly, Morris............5-2 Smith, Shamet, McDuffie, Willis, Nurger............3-1 Smith, Frankamp, Shamet, Kelly, Nurger............1-0 Frankamp, Shamet, McDuffie, Willis, Morris..............1-0 Frankamp, Shamet, Brown, Willis, Morris...........1-0 Frankamp, Shamet, Brown, McDuffie, Willis.............. 1-0 ACTIVE CAREER STAT LEADERS*: Games........... Rashard Kelly............................... 106 Starts............ Zach Brown.................................. 61 Minutes......... Zach Brown................................1,710 Points............ Shaquille Morris.......................... 711 Rebounds...... Rashard Kelly............................... 402 Assists........... Conner Frankamp........................ 124 Blocks............ Shaquille Morris............(8th)......... 96 Steals............ Markis McDuffie........................... 69 3-Pointers..... Conner Frankamp........................ 108 * - WSU stats only, Through End of 2016-17 Season Rank on WSU Career List in ()

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11 7-2-0 12-1-2 2-3-2 16-3-3 12-5-3 2-4-3 7-3-3 11-2-3 11-4-3 5-3-5 6-4-3 7-1-0 21-0-3 14-2-4 15-2-6 11-5-5 17-0-3 11-5-3 14-8-6 11-2-5 9-0-0 3-1-1 19-2-6 17-2-3 7-0-2 7-1-2 16-7-7 13-3-6 14-3-4 12-1-3 23-8-5 9-3-3 3-6-4 14-1-1 13-3-3 20-2-2

2016-17 PARTICIPATION Rashard Kelly Shaquille Morris Zach Brown Rauno Nurger John Robert Simon Markis McDuffie Zach Bush Conner Frankamp % Eric Hamilton Landry Shamet Darral Willis Jr. Daishon Smith Austin Reaves C.J Keyser Brett Barney Kaelen Malone

GP 36 34 36 36 21 36 21 36 26 36 36 36 33 25 17 16

W-L 31-5 29-5 31-5 31-5 19-2 31-5 20-1 31-5 22-4 31-5 31-5 31-5 28-5 23-2 16-1 15-1

24

25

32

33

Morris Hamilton McDuffie Frankamp

8-3-1 5-3-0 8-2-0 6-0-0 5-6-1 10-4-1 2-1-0 15-1-0 13-6-1 8-7-1 7-6-2 4-1-0 ----5-2-1 13-7-0 2-2-1 3-0-1 6-5-3 17-10-2 24-8-4 10-6-0 2-3-0 10-11-1 11-11-0 13-4-1 10-9-1 12-7-0 8-5-0 18-5-5 20-5-3 4-1-1 21-7-0 4-10-1 10-6-2 11-8-2

4-4-1 0-2-0 0-1-0 3-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 2-4-0 --5-2-0 --0-1-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 --0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 8-4-0 ----2-1-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 2-3-0 --0-0-0 -----

11-7-1 8-5-3 18-7-4 9-2-2 15-5-0 10-4-2 10-4-0 11-2-1 12-5-2 7-3-3 5-8-1 14-6-0 17-7-2 22-7-1 13-1-4 10-11-1 8-5-1 26-4-2 11-3-1 5-4-2 16-4-3 20-9-2 9-14-2 3-14-8 16-5-1 1-3-5 11-6-2 13-9-1 12-7-0 13-3-1 6-2-0 9-10-0 15-7-0 16-2-0 8-5-0 5-4-3

0-1-4 15-1-0 0-0-2 11-1-5 8-1-7 9-4-1 2-1-1 3-2-3 8-2-2 3-4-2 6-1-2 4-0-3 13-3-4 4-1-3 9-0-2 3-0-3 11-1-2 8-0-3 6-1-0 14-1-1 5-2-3 3-3-4 15-6-3 16-2-3 18-0-4 10-1-2 16-4-4 14-1-2 5-0-5 13-4-3 14-3-5 9-1-3 18-0-1 19-3-1 3-0-3 6-1-0

CAREER PARTICIPATION

GS 8 23 30 6

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31-5 12-3 10-2

GP 106 101 98 88 85 70 64 64 47 39 36 36 33 25 17 16

% - WSU numbers only... Does not include Frankamp's freshman season at Kansas when he appeared in 27 games off the bench and went 19-8.

Streak 106 22 79 48 69 64 36 36 36 12

W-L 87-19 84-17 80-18 75-13 80-5 57-13 63-1 54-10 39-8 33-6 31-5 31-5 28-5 23-2 16-1 15-1

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SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE LEADS - DEFICITS - SPECIALTY STATS Date Nov. 11 Nov. 13 Nov. 16 Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Nov. 25 Nov. 29 Dec. 3 Dec. 6 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Dec. 22 Dec. 28 Jan. 1 Jan. 4 Jan. 8 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 21 Jan. 24 Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 21 Feb. 25 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 17 Mar. 19

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Opponent SOUTH CAROLINA ST. LONG BEACH ST. TULSA MD. EASTERN SHORE LSU #10/10 Louisville #24/20 Michigan St. SO. NAZARENE Colorado St. SAINT LOUIS Oklahoma -/rv OKLAHOMA ST. SOUTH DAKOTA ST. Indiana St. * BRADLEY * DRAKE * No. Iowa * LOYOLA * Illinois St.* Evansville * INDIANA ST. * SO. ILLINOIS * Bradley * Drake * rv/- ILLINOIS ST. * MISSOURI ST. * Loyola * So. Illinois * NO. IOWA * EVANSVILLE * Missouri St. * Bradley % Missouri St. % Illinois St. % -/rv Dayton $ 5/5 Kentucky $

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Score 85-39 92-55 80-53 116-79 82-47 52-62 72-77 87-57 82-67 75-45 76-73 76-93 89-67 80-72 100-66 90-65 80-66 87-75 62-76 82-65 84-68 87-45 64-49 77-69 86-45 80-62 81-64 87-68 73-44 109-83 86-67 82-56 78-63 71-51 64-58 62-65

Lead Deficit Ties 49 0 37 3 28 1 1 45 2 36 0 1 16 1 3 18 7 34 0 15 4 9 35 0 9 8 7 25 0 23 2 2 11 6 5 40 0 37 0 18 4 1 19 3 3 2 14 6 18 13 7 30 0 44 2 15 8 2 9 8 4 44 1 3 34 1 0 19 4 6 27 0 31 0 32 2 2 19 0 35 2 2 18 10 1 23 0 8 5 11 4 7 5

LC 0 0 2 0 0 2 8 0 8 0 9 0 6 10 0 0 10 9 8 5 0 0 2 15 2 2 10 0 0 4 0 1 1 0 14 11

Leading 39:48 37:40 38:14 38:07 39:10 0:17 2:55 39:23 23:43 37:59 21:09 37:41 27:47 39:44 39:17 35:06 33:47 4:02 15:32 39:43 37:44 27:47 24:05 36:43 38:02 28:53 39:14 39:21 36:23 39:45 34:39 31:09 39:17 17:36 8:42

Trailing 0:51 38:10 33:37 8:53 13:48 39:37 0:58 7:41 4:41 4:42 32:03 20:54 9:42 12:50 1:17 0:25 5:52 1:09 2:22 7:56 14:33 24:50

Paint WSU Opp 44 14 28 26 36 16 34 24 36 18 20 18 26 24 46 8 24 16 32 12 22 22 26 28 34 26 40 18 28 22 42 24 28 26 22 22 20 20 26 18 22 24 44 16 30 20 36 12 32 22 28 16 24 24 34 32 26 10 32 22 34 28 24 20 20 26 18 18 22 20 28 24

Tied 0:12 2:20 0:55 1:53 0:50 1:33 3:25 0:37 7:24 2:01 4:58 0:23 1:21 4:32 0:16 0:43 0:13 1:31 3:55 3:34 0:17 2:16 2:31 3:05 2:00 1:33 5:15 0:46 0:39 2:28 0:15 2:59 0:55 0:43 7:51 6:04

Off TO's WSU Opp 29 10 19 5 17 13 23 11 23 14 9 8 11 8 19 11 25 12 15 7 11 14 20 17 11 14 10 17 38 10 22 11 20 10 21 14 15 17 9 2 16 5 15 8 17 14 15 9 21 10 27 11 16 18 9 10 10 10 15 0 14 4 23 12 9 15 14 4 2 12 5 13

2nd Chance WSU Opp 20 4 13 12 15 3 9 4 15 5 16 16 13 9 19 15 13 8 9 2 3 12 18 6 18 2 19 4 20 9 26 8 9 4 4 5 15 10 13 13 10 8 19 5 8 4 10 13 10 6 13 9 13 5 12 12 14 2 18 5 11 10 12 10 11 15 18 14 19 8 10 11

Bench WSU Opp 54 6 45 26 52 20 64 59 46 18 24 21 57 40 61 12 44 14 45 16 40 13 22 42 24 24 28 8 48 28 37 28 38 17 23 21 15 21 24 8 40 33 45 8 15 12 23 18 24 18 37 31 20 18 32 12 29 17 48 29 20 10 45 28 17 11 16 9 18 5 11 10

LARGEST LEADS & DEFICITS Largest... Halftime Lead Halftime Lead Surrendered Halftime Lead Surrendered in Loss Halftime Deficit

# 30 4

Halftime Deficit Overcome Halftime Deficit Overcome for Victory Lead

16 16 5 5 49

Lead Surrendered Lead Surrendered in Loss Deficit Deficit Overcome (tied or took lead) Deficit Overcome in Victory 2nd Half Deficit Overcome 2nd Half Deficit Overcome in Victory 2nd Half Lead Surrendered 2nd Half Lead Surrendered in Loss

7 4 18 13 13 8 8 8 4

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2:18 2h

vs. Louisville OKLAHOMA ST. at Bradley at Bradley S. CAROLINA ST.

Nov. 24 Dec. 17 Jan. 29 Jan. 29 Nov. 11

19:20 2h 16:17 2h 11:53 2h 4:09 1h 4:09 1h 11:28 2h 11:28 2h 10:30 2h 16:17 2h

at Drake vs. Kentucky vs. Michigan St. at Evansville at Evansville at Drake at Drake at Colorado St. vs. Kentucky

Feb. 1 Mar. 19 Nov. 25 Jan. 17 Jan. 17 Feb. 1 Feb. 1 Dec. 3 Mar. 19

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at Bradley at Bradley SO. ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ST. at Drake at Illinois St. at Illinois St. at Evansville at Evansville at Drake at Drake at Drake

Jan. 29 Jan. 29 Jan. 24 Feb. 4 Feb. 1 Jan. 14 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 17 Feb. 1 Feb. 1 Feb. 1

0:50 2h 1:37 2h 19:20 2h 12:17 1h 1:37 2h 4:09 1h 4:09 1h 11:28 2h 11:28 2h 19:20 2h

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Leading Leading Assist P-R P-A P-R-A Scorer Rebounder Leader Total Dunks 10+ Points 20+ Points 30+ Points 10+ Rebounds 10+ Assists Double-Double Double-Double Triple-Doubles 16-17 Career 16-17 Career 16-17 Career 16-17 Career 16-17 Career 16-17 Career 16-17 Career 16-17 Career 16-17 Career 16-17 Career 16-17 Career 16-17 Career

Player KELLY, Rashard BROWN, Zach SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen SHAMET, Landry REAVES, Austin SIMON, John Robert NURGER, Rauno WILLIS, Darral MORRIS, Shaquille HAMILTON, Eric McDUFFIE, Markis FRANKAMP, Conner

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MISCELLANEOUS Game Result W W W W W L L W W W W L W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L

Opponent S. CAROLINA ST. LONG BEACH ST. TULSA UMES vs. LSU vs. Louisville vs. Michigan St. SO. NAZARENE at Colorado St. SAINT LOUIS at Oklahoma OKLAHOMA ST. S. DAKOTA ST. at Indiana St.* BRADLEY* DRAKE* at No. Iowa* LOYOLA* at Illinois St.* at Evansville* INDIANA ST.* SO. ILLINOIS* at Bradley* at Drake* ILLINOIS ST.* MISSOURI ST.* at Loyola* at So. Illinois* NO. IOWA* EVANSVILLE* at Missouri St.* vs. Bradley % vs. Missouri St. % vs. Illinois St. % vs. Dayton $ vs. Kentucky $

Opening Tipoff Player Result Morris W Morris L Morris W Morris W Morris W Morris W Morris L Nurger L Nurger W Nurger W Nurger L Nurger L Willis L Willis W Willis W Willis L Willis W Willis W Willis L Morris W Morris W Morris W Willis W Morris W Morris L Morris W Morris W Morris W Morris L Morris W Morris W Morris W Morris W Morris W Morris W Morris W

Opening Run By Score WSU 5-0 WSU 3-0 WSU 2-0 WSU 2-0 WSU 11-0 Opponent 0-3 Opponent 0-2 WSU 4-0 WSU 2-0 WSU 13-0 Opponent 0-2 Opponent 0-3 WSU 2-0 WSU 2-0 WSU 13-0 WSU 8-0 WSU 5-0 WSU 0-3 Opponent 0-3 WSU 0-2 WSU 4-0 WSU 4-0 WSU 4-0 WSU 2-0 WSU 5-0 WSU 2-0 WSU 2-0 WSU 4-0 WSU 3-0 WSU 2-0 WSU 5-0 Opponent 0-2 Opponent 0-9 WSU 5-0 WSU 3-0 WSU 1-0

1st WSU... Points FG 19:48 19:18 18:18 17:21 19:46 “ 18:59 “ 19:10 “ 18:39 “ 18:40 “ 19:23 “ 19:39 “ 17:59 “ 18:42 " 18:43 16:53 19:40 " 19:38 " 19:44 " 19:17 " 19:47 " 18:11 " 18:01 16:57 19:07 18:09 19:43 " 19:44 17:55 18:52 " 19:00 " 19:06 " 18:27 " 19:34 " 19:14 " 19:21 " 19:11 " 19:45 " 16:11 " 17:03 " 19:17 18:21 19:40 17:56 16:33

1st Opponent... Points FG 17:50 " 16:49 “ 19:09 “ 17:50 “ 14:32 13:24 19:03 “ 19:20 “ 17:22 “ 19:15 “ 10:46 “ 19:38 19:37 " 17:41 " 19:22 " 16:54 " 16:04 " 17:56 " 19:25 18:30 19:40 " 19:22 " 16:25 " 17:33 16:40 17:15 " 18:41 " 17:07 " 17:48 " 19:16 " 17:47 " 19:03 18:32 18:56 " 18:39 " 17:24 " 19:05 " 17:56 " 18:32 17:05 17:32 "

First WSU Sub Time -- Player(s) 16:34 -- McDuffie, Smith 16:48 -- Nurger, Willis 17:17 -- McDuffie, Nurger 16:23 -- McDuffie, Nurger, Willis 16:31 -- McDuffie, Nurger, Willis 16:57 -- McDuffie, Nurger, Willis 18:23 -- Nurger 17:09 -- McDuffie 14:20 -- Brown, Frankamp, Kelly, Morris 16:03 -- Kelly, Morris 17:23 -- Morris 18:18 -- Kelly 17:16 -- Reaves 15:25 -- Frankamp, Nurger 16:15 -- Frankamp 16:31 -- Nurger 15:49 -- Frankamp, Kelly, Morris 16:33 -- Frankamp 15:34 -- Frankamp, Morris 14:34 -- Kelly, Nurger 16:11 -- Kelly 15:52 -- Willis 14:38 -- Kelly, Nurger 14:48 -- Nurger, Willis 16:46 -- Kelly, Nurger 15:28 -- Kelly, Willis 17:18 -- Nurger 15:04 -- Nurger 16:04 -- Kelly, Nurger 17:16 -- Willis 16:43 -- Kelly 17:03 -- Kelly 15:14 -- Kelly, Willis 13:57 -- Kelly, Willis 16:31 -- Willis 14:29 -- Kelly, Smith, Willis

WSU Timeouts # First Called 1 0:11 1H 1 7:23 1H 1 0:26 1H 0 1 5:15 1H 2# 12:24 1H 3 6:52 1H 0 0 0 2 9:10 1H 1 0:05 1H 1 1:03 1H 0 1 4:43 2H 0 0 2 0:35 1H 1 9:10 2H 3 12:52 1H 0 0 1 17:18 2H 1 12:10 2H 1 0:54 2H 1 8:48 2H 1 0:34 1H 0 2 0:21 1H 0 1 14:02 2H 0 2# 17:25 1H 1 2 1:08 1H 4 5:55 1H

# 5 3 1 2 0 1 1 3 3 1 2 2 4 3 1 1 2 2 0 3 1 5 5 4 6 4 4 4 1 2 1 2 2 0 4 1

WSU Dunks Players McDuffie (2), Brown, Morris, Reaves Brown, McDuffie, Smith Willis Brown, Kelly Morris Willis Morris (2), Brown Morris (2), Willis Morris Kelly, Smith Brown, Morris Kelly (2), McDuffie, Nurger Brown, McDuffie, Nurger Willis Brown, Morris, Willis Brown, Shamet Brown, Smith Morris (3) Reaves McDuffie (2), Brown, Kelly, Willis Kelly (3), McDuffie, Willis Kelly (3), Nurger McDuffie (2), Morris (2), Keyser, Nurger Morris (2), Brown, Willis Kelly (2), Morris, Shamet Morris (2), Shamet (2) Kelly Brown, Morris Shamet Kelly, McDuffie Kelly, Morris Nurger (2), Kelly, McDuffie Morris

# - Took 2 first-half timeouts

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SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE Game 1 |

South Carolina St.

Game 2 |

Long Beach St.

Game 3 |

Tulsa

Nov. 11, 2016 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena South Carolina St. (0-1)........................15 24 - 39 rv/rv Wichita St. (1-0)..........................41 44 - 85

Nov. 13, 2016 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena Long Beach St. (1-1)............................33 22 - 55 rv/rv Wichita St. (2-0)..........................43 49 - 92

Nov. 16, 2016 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena Tulsa (0-2)...........................................30 23 - 53 rv/rv Wichita St. (3-0)..........................44 36 - 80

WSU held an opponent under 40 points for just the ninth time in the shot clock era (1985-Pr.) and for the fifth time in 10 seasons under Gregg Marshall. WSU led 41-15 at halftime after holding SCSU to just four first-half field goals on 27% shooting. The final 46-point win ranked as the 12th-most lopsided in school history and sixth-largest vs. a D-I foe. Rauno Nurger led the way with 14 points. Rashard Kelly paired nine points with nine rebounds, and Markis McDuffie tacked on 11 points and seven boards. All 16 Shockers played at least four minutes, and 12 contributed at least three points. WSU outboarded SCSU, 39-28 and held a 44-14 edge in the paint. Reserves outscored SCSU's bench, 54-6. WSU opened with a victory for the 15th consecutive year and upped its streak of wins in home openers to 21. The Shockers won their most lopsided season-opener (46 points) since 1920 when the rolled Sterling, 69-18. Austin Reaves became the first Shocker newcomer in 20 years to come away with three steals in his debut.

A 21-0 Shocker run early in the second half turned a competitive game into a 37-point rout. Up 43-38 with 18:27 to play, the Shockers hit 11-straight shots from the field while hold the visiting 49'ers scoreless for the next seven minutes. Conner Frankamp (15 points with three treys) led a group of five double-figure scorers for WSU. Landry Shamet scored 10 of his 12 points in the first half. Zach Brown and Daishon Smith each finished with 11. Smith also logged six boards and four assists. Austin Reaves scored all 10 points after halftime. Beginning with Frankamp's three-pointer at the 18:10-mark, WSU went over 10 minutes without missing. An 11-for-11 field goal stretch included six three-pointers from five different Shockers. Reaves' triple with 8:07 to go made it a 72-40 game. WSU shot 55% and hit half of its threes (10-of-20). The Big West preseason favorites shot just 25% in the second half and 31% overall, while committing 21 turnovers.

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE (0-1)

LONG BEACH STATE (1-1)

WSU used runs of 11-0 and 14-0 to build a 44-30 halftime advantage, and a 16-0 spurt midway through the second half served as the knockout punch. The 27-point win was WSU's most-lopsided over Tulsa since 1972 and WSU's third-largest in 126 meetings. Markis McDuffie scored nine of his 18 points at the foul line and cleared seven rebounds and four assists. Darral Willis Jr. (16 points) was 7-of-13 from the field with seven rebounds and a pair of steals. Zach Brown (15) went 3-of-4 from three and scored 11 second-half points. Shaquille Morris battled foul trouble but scored eight points on 4-of-4 shooting in 10 minutes of action. For Tulsa, Pat Birt (17 points) and Junior Etou (six points and ateam-high nine rebounds) led the way. Former Shocker Corey Henderson added nine points, three assists and two steals. In winning for the eighth time in nine tries against Tulsa, WSU outrebounded the visitors by 52-30, including 30-12 in the first half. Shocker reserves accounted for 52 points -- one fewer than Tulsa's team total (53).

## 01 02 03 22 24 00 05 10 11 20 21 34 35

Player STEPHENS,Edward RILEY,Tashombe MORTIMER,Greg EAVES,"EJ" Eric KINARD,Ian JONES,"LB"Earnest FIELDS,Ozante RICHARDSON, "JJ" POWELL, Raynor WILLIAMS,Bobby BOTTENBERG,David REID,Jaylen APPLEWHITE,Damani TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 1-7 3-10 4-10 4-12 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-5 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-3 14-52

3pt 1-5 0-2 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-16

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 4-23 17.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-7 14.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-8 75.0%

ft 0-0 0-0 4-4 2-3 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 8-11

tr 2 5 3 0 5 0 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 6 28

pf 0 4 1 4 4 0 2 1 2 0 3 1 1 0 23

tp 3 6 14 10 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 39

a 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

to 1 1 5 3 0 0 0 6 2 0 0 1 0 0 19

blk 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

s 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 4

min 30 28 26 30 19 2 6 14 16 3 9 7 10 0 200

2nd Half: 10-29 34.5% Game: 26.9% 2nd Half: 2-9 22.2% Game: 18.8% 2nd Half: 2-3 66.7% Game: 72.7%

WICHITA STATE (1-0) ## 00 01 11 24 33 02 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 21 25 32

Player KELLY, Rashard BROWN, Zach SHAMET, Landry MORRIS, Shaquille FRANKAMP, Conner SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric McDUFFIE, Markis TEAM Totals..............

* * * * * 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

fg 4-7 2-6 2-4 3-3 0-3 0-4 2-5 2-2 0-2 0-1 2-3 1-1 4-6 2-4 1-5 5-7 30-63

3pt 0-1 1-3 1-3 0-0 0-3 0-3 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 4-23

ft 1-1 2-2 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 5-5 4-6 2-4 1-3 21-29

tr 9 5 2 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 3 0 2 4 4 7 2 49

pf 2 2 2 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 18

tp 9 7 7 8 0 0 4 4 0 0 6 3 14 8 4 11 0 85

a 0 4 0 1 4 3 1 0 0 1 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 21

to 2 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 10

blk 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 5

s 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 10

min 17 18 20 11 20 16 10 4 4 4 11 5 16 18 10 16 0 200

## 00 01 05 21 05 21 03 04 11 13 20 22 23

Player LEVIN, Gabe PAYNE, Evan RIGGINS, Mason BIBBINS, Justin RIGGINS, Mason BIBBINS, Justin BLACKWELL, Noah YUSSUF, Temidayo GRIFFIN, Jordan OGALUE, Barry MOYE, Anson WILLIAMS, Larond PRINCE, Roschon TEAM Totals..............

* * * * * *

fg 5-12 1-10 1-1 2-14 1-1 2-14 2-4 1-1 1-6 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-5 20-64

3pt 1-4 0-5 0-0 0-4 0-0 0-4 0-1 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-20

ft 2-2 2-2 2-3 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 1-2 0-2 2-4 1-1 13-22

tr 3 5 3 2 3 2 0 4 0 2 2 1 1 7 35

pf 3 2 3 2 3 2 1 1 0 1 0 5 5 0 25

tp 13 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 0 2 5 0 55

a 1 1 0 3 0 3 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 8

to 2 3 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 0 1 4 0 21

blk 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

s 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 6

min 26 20 17 27 17 27 11 16 10 8 6 6 13 0 200

TULSA (0-2) ## 00 03 14 04 11 01 02 05 12 15 32 35

Player ETOU, Junior ATSON, Travis EDOGI, TK TAPLIN, Sterling BIRT, Pat IGBANU, Martins HAITH, Corey KORITA, Lawson MAGNAY, Will BATTLE, Joseph HENDERSON, Corey ARTISON, Geno TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 1-4 0-4 2-3 2-7 6-12 1-2 0-2 1-5 1-2 0-0 3-10 1-3 18-54

3pt 0-1 0-3 0-0 1-3 3-5 0-0 0-2 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-2 6-22

ft 4-6 0-0 1-2 0-1 2-3 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-3 0-0 11-21

tr 9 1 3 0 3 3 2 2 3 0 1 0 3 30

pf 5 1 2 3 1 5 1 0 2 0 3 1 0 24

tp 6 0 5 5 17 3 0 2 3 0 9 3 0 53

a 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 9

to 0 2 0 3 2 2 0 3 0 0 2 0 1 15

blk 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3

s 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 8

min 18 14 15 21 34 12 10 21 18 3 28 6 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-32 37.5% 2nd Half: 8-32 25.0% Game: 31.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 0-7 0.0% 2nd Half: 2-13 15.4% Game: 10.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 9-13 69.2% 2nd Half: 4-9 44.4% Game: 59.1%

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-31 35.5% 2nd Half: 7-23 30.4% Game: 33.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-12 33.3% 2nd Half: 2-10 20.0% Game: 27.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-9 44.4% 2nd Half: 7-12 58.3% Game: 52.4%

WICHITA STATE (2-0)

WICHITA STATE (3-0)

## 00 01 11 24 33 02 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 21 25 32

Player KELLY, Rashard BROWN, Zach SHAMET, Landry MORRIS, Shaquille FRANKAMP, Conner SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, JR NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric McDUFFIE, Markis TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 1-4 4-8 3-6 2-2 5-8 4-7 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-1 4-5 0-0 0-2 3-4 0-1 4-5 31-56

3pt 0-0 2-4 1-3 0-0 3-5 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 10-20

ft 2-4 1-3 5-6 1-2 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 4-6 3-4 0-0 0-0 20-31

tr 4 4 1 3 1 6 1 0 0 1 1 2 4 5 2 5 6 46

pf 1 2 3 4 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 4 3 0 26

tp 4 11 12 5 15 11 0 0 0 2 10 1 4 9 0 8 0 92

a 0 3 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 3 0 16

to 0 2 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 3 0 0 14

blk 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 8

s 1 2 2 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 11

min 17 27 22 17 28 16 4 1 1 1 11 2 17 16 6 14 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-28 50.0% 2nd Half: 16-35 45.7% Game: 47.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-11 18.2% 2nd Half: 2-12 16.7% Game: 17.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 11-14 78.6% 2nd Half: 10-15 66.7% Game: 72.4%

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-30 46.7% 2nd Half: 17-26 65.4% Game: 55.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-9 33.3% 2nd Half: 7-11 63.6% Game: 50.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 12-17 70.6% 2nd Half: 8-14 57.1% Game: 64.5%

Officials: David Stevens, Tim Fitzgerald, Albert Buckles Attendance: 10506 Largest lead-SCSU None, WSU by 49 2nd-02:18. SCSU led for 00:00. WSU led for 39:48. Game was tied for 00:12.

Officials: Tom Eades, Kipp Kissinger, Zelton Steed Attendance: 10506 Largest lead-LBSU None, WSU by 37 2nd-00:07. LBSU led for 00:00. WSU led for 37:40. Game was tied for 02:20.

## 03 11 30 04 05 00 02 04 05 00 02 13 24 40

Player KORNET, Luke * ROBERSON, Jeff * JONES, Damian * BALDWIN IV, Wade * FISHER-DAVIS, Matt * JUSTICE, Camron TOYE, Joe BALDWIN IV, Wade FISHER-DAVIS, Matt JUSTICE, Camron TOYE, Joe LACHANCE, Riley CRESSLER, Nolan HENDERSON, Josh TEAM Totals..............

fg 3-10 1-7 2-6 3-9 0-5 0-0 3-6 3-9 0-5 0-0 3-6 4-8 0-1 0-1 22-59

3pt 1-5 0-3 0-0 0-2 0-4 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-4 0-0 1-2 1-3 0-0 0-0 7-19

ft 1-2 1-2 1-7 3-3 2-3 0-0 3-4 3-3 2-3 0-0 3-4 1-1 0-0 3-4 19-25

tr 9 6 5 4 2 0 3 4 2 0 3 3 1 2 2 43

pf 1 3 4 4 2 0 3 4 2 0 3 3 0 2 0 22

tp 8 3 5 9 2 0 10 9 2 0 10 10 0 3 0 70

a 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 12

to 0 1 0 4 1 0 1 4 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 7

blk 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2

s 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

min 32 28 26 33 18 3 26 33 18 3 26 23 6 5 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-31 45.2% 2nd Half: 13-32 40.6% Game: 42.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-10 30.0% 2nd Half: 3-12 25.0% Game: 27.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 13-16 81.3% 2nd Half: 7-10 70.0% Game: 76.9% Officials: Steve Olson, Terry Davis, Darron George Attendance: 10506 Largest lead-TLS by 1 1st-18:28, WSU by 28 2nd-07:48. TLS led for 00:51. WSU led for 38:14. Game was tied for 00:55.

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Maryland-Eastern Shore

Game 5 | vs. LSU (Battle 4 Atlantis) Nov. 24, 2016 | Paradise Island, Bahamas | Imperial Arena LSU (4-1)..............................................19 28 - 47 rv/rv Wichita St. (5-0)..........................46 36 - 82

Nov. 24, 2016 | Paradise Island, Bahamas | Imperial Arena 10/10 Louisville (5-0)...........................33 29 - 62 rv/rv Wichita St. (5-1).............................17 35 - 52

WSU's 116 points was its highest output in 28 years and tied for the seventh-highest in school history. 15 threes tied the program's single-game mark, set in 2003. WSU shot a blistering 62.5% from deep (15-of24). helped by Austin Reaves (4/5), Daishon Smith (4/4) and Landry Shamet (4/5). A late swoon cost WSU a chance at the school's field goal percentage record. The Shockers were near 73% for the game but missed six of their last nine to finish at 66% (tied for second on the list). After a 1-for-4 start to the game, the Shockers made 11-straight shots and 18-of-20 to finish the half at 73.1%. They led 62-37 at the break and by as many as 45 late in the second half. Six Shockers scored in double-figures. Three were reserves. Smith (16), Reaves (15) and Willis (11) helped WSU set a new school record for bench points (64). For MDES, Ryan Andino (27 points) hit 8-of-10 threes. WSU opened with the most dominant four-game stretch in school history, outscoring foes by 36.8 points.

The string of lopsided victories continued with a 35-point dismantling of LSU in the B4A quarterfinals. The Shockers raced to leads of 11-0 and 30-9 on their way to a 27-point halftime edge (46-19). A 10-0 run early in the second half made it 61-29 with 11:16 left. No Shocker played more than 24 minutes in the win. Markis McDuffie scored 13 of his game-high 15 points before halftime, and Landry Shamet added 12. Conner Frankamp finished with eight points and dished out seven assists without a turnover. The WSU defense held LSU to just 28.1% from the field, including 4-of-25 from deep. The Shockers continued their torrid three-point shooting, knocking down 9-of-18. WSU collected a season-high 55 rebounds â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 19 more than LSU. Shaquille Morris led with six boards, and five other Shockers tallied five-each. WSU won its fifth-straight against LSU and leads the all-time series 5-1. In their 5-0 start, the Shockers outscored opponents by an average 36.4 points and trailed for just 51 seconds.

No. 10 Louisville used a stingy defensive performance to hand Wichita State its first loss of the season in the Battle 4 Atlantis semifinals. A large Louisville front line and swarming defense put the young Shockers on their heels. The Cardinals won the battle of the boards, 46-33, and successfully defended the lane. WSU's 10 baskets in the paint came at the expense of eight blocked shots. The Shockers were unable to convert from outside, either, hitting just 6-of-22 from deep and were held to a season-low 31.6 percent overall. Markis McDuffie and Shaquille Morris led WSU with 10 points apiece, while Conner Frankamp added nine points on 3-of-7 three-point shooting. WSU trailed 33-17 at the half after hitting just 27% from the field and converting on only 1-of-7 free throw opportunities. The Shockers showed some life in the second half, answering Louisville's physical play with some of their own. A 9-0 WSU spurt made it a 43-36 game with still 12 minutes to go. Austin Reaves, Frankamp and Daishon Smith all connected on threes during the push. WSU twice pulled within six, but could get no closer than that in the second half.

MARYLAND-EASTERN SHORE (0-4) ## 02 20 21 24 35 00 01 03 05 13 15 23

Player RIVERA,Thomas * CALDWELL,Dontae * COPELAND,Bakari * PECK,Derrico * TAYLOR,Isaac * ANDINO,Ryan SEYLAN,Marc MCINTOSH,Logan DORSETT,Deven PICKETT,Randall JONES,Tyler CHAMBERS,Michael TEAM Totals..............

fg 3-5 2-5 3-8 0-0 1-1 9-15 0-1 4-7 2-6 1-1 1-3 1-3 27-55

3pt 1-2 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 8-10 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-2 10-21

ft 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-3 1-1 0-0 7-10 0-1 0-0 2-3 4-4 15-24

tr 3 4 3 1 1 1 0 0 4 0 3 1 4 25

pf 4 5 5 4 4 2 0 5 2 0 2 2 0 35

tp 7 4 6 0 3 27 0 15 4 3 4 6 0 79

a 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 11

to 2 2 3 0 2 1 0 5 2 0 0 0 0 17

blk 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3

s 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 8

min 22 16 21 15 10 31 8 21 19 2 21 14 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-27 48.1% 2nd Half: 14-28 50.0% Game: 49.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-12 41.7% 2nd Half: 5-9 55.6% Game: 47.6% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-11 54.5% 2nd Half: 9-13 69.2% Game: 62.5%

## 00 01 11 24 33 02 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 21 25 32

Player KELLY, Rashard BROWN, Zach SHAMET, Landry MORRIS, Shaquille FRANKAMP, Conner SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric McDUFFIE, Markis TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 3-4 4-5 6-7 1-3 3-6 4-5 1-1 1-3 0-1 1-2 4-6 0-0 0-0 3-4 1-3 3-3 35-53

LSU (4-1) ## 21 01 00 02 04 03 05 11 32 44

Player EPPS, Aaron * REATH, Duop * SAMPSON, Brandon * BLAKENEY, Antonio * MAYS, Skylar * ROBINSON III, Elbert HAYWARD, Kieran PATTERSON, Jalyn VICTOR II, Craig SIMS, Wayde TEAM Totals..............

fg 1-2 4-11 1-7 5-14 0-6 0-0 1-2 3-9 2-9 1-4 18-64

3pt 0-1 0-0 0-5 2-6 0-1 0-0 1-2 1-6 0-2 0-2 4-25

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 7-30 23.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-16 12.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-7 42.9%

ft 0-0 3-3 0-1 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-1 1-4 0-0 7-13

tr 2 2 2 7 2 2 1 8 5 3 2 36

pf 2 2 3 1 0 3 2 0 3 2 0 18

tp 2 11 2 12 2 1 3 7 5 2 0 47

a 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 8

to 2 2 1 2 3 2 1 2 0 1 0 16

blk 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 6

s 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 2 2 0 0 9

min 19 16 24 31 20 16 17 26 17 14 0 199

2nd Half: 11-34 32.4% Game: 28.1% 2nd Half: 2-9 22.2% Game: 16.0% 2nd Half: 4-6 66.7% Game: 53.8%

WICHITA STATE (5-0)

WICHITA STATE (4-0) 3pt 0-1 0-1 4-5 1-1 1-3 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 15-24

ft 0-1 5-6 0-2 3-4 4-4 4-4 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-5 0-0 4-5 5-6 1-2 2-2 31-43

tr 4 1 3 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 3 0 3 4 0 2 7 32

pf 2 2 1 3 2 3 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 2 2 0 25

tp 6 13 16 6 11 16 2 2 0 2 15 0 4 11 3 9 0 116

a 1 1 3 0 5 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 20

to 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 4 0 12

blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 7

min 19 17 22 15 17 14 6 4 4 4 15 5 16 15 10 17 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 19-26 73.1% 2nd Half: 16-27 59.3% Game: 66.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 8-12 66.7% 2nd Half: 7-12 58.3% Game: 62.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 16-21 76.2% 2nd Half: 15-22 68.2% Game: 72.1% Officials: Ed Crenshaw, Brad Ferrie, Gene Grimshaw Attendance: 10,506 Largest lead-UMES None, WSU by 45 2nd-05:14. UMES led for 00:00. WSU led for 38:07. Game was tied for 01:53.

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Game 6 | vs. Louisville (Battle 4 Atlantis)

Nov. 20, 2016 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena Md.-Eastern Shore (0-4).......................37 42 - 79 rv/rv Wichita St. (4-0)..........................62 54 - 116

## 00 01 24 11 33 02 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 21 25 32

Player KELLY, Rashard BROWN, Zach MORRIS, Shaquille SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric McDUFFIE, Markis TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 3-7 1-4 2-9 5-10 3-4 2-3 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 1-3 1-1 2-5 4-10 0-2 6-9 31-69

3pt 1-2 0-2 0-1 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 1-1 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 9-18

ft 1-3 1-2 1-2 1-1 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-2 1-2 0-1 0-0 2-2 11-18

tr 5 5 6 5 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 3 5 2 5 13 55

pf 0 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 2 0 14

tp 8 3 5 12 8 6 0 2 0 0 3 5 7 8 0 15 0 82

a 0 0 1 3 7 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 16

to 1 2 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 14

blk 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 3

s 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 7

min 21 20 16 19 24 14 4 3 2 2 12 5 11 17 7 23 0 198

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 17-40 42.5% 2nd Half: 14-29 48.3% Game: 44.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-8 62.5% 2nd Half: 4-10 40.0% Game: 50.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 7-9 77.8% 2nd Half: 4-9 44.4% Game: 61.1% Officials: Doug Sirmons, Gary Maxwell, Bert Smith Attendance: 1,206 Largest lead-LSU None, WSU by 36 2nd-01:02. LSU led for 00:00. WSU led for 39:09. Game was tied for 00:51.

LOUISVILLE (5-0) ## 10 22 12 04 45 00 05 13 14 23 30

Player . JOHNSON, Jaylen f ADEL, Deng f MATHIANG, Mangok c SNIDER, Quentin g MITCHELL, Donovan g KING, V.J. STOCKMAN, Matz SPALDING, Ray MAHMOUD, Anas LEVITCH, David McMAHON, Ryan TEAM Totals..............

fg 0-1 3-6 0-1 5-15 5-13 2-8 0-0 2-5 1-1 1-1 0-1 19-52

3pt 0-0 3-4 0-0 2-8 2-8 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 7-24

ft 1-2 2-2 1-2 2-2 2-3 6-8 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 17-23

tr 6 2 2 4 8 4 1 9 5 0 1 4 46

pf 3 5 4 3 1 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 22

tp 1 11 1 14 14 10 0 4 5 2 0 0 62

a 0 1 0 3 5 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 13

to 0 1 1 3 1 3 0 1 3 0 1 1 15

blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 0 8

s 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

min 14 21 6 35 35 20 3 25 31 8 2 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-28 42.9% 2nd Half: 7-24 29.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-12 33.3% 2nd Half: 3-12 25.0% Game: 29.2% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-8 62.5% 2nd Half: 12-15 80.0% Game: 73.9%

WICHITA STATE (5-1) ## 00 01 24 11 33 02 12 20 21 25 32

Player KELLY, Rashard BROWN, Zach MORRIS, Shaquille SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner SMITH, Daishon REAVES, Austin NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric McDUFFIE, Markis TEAM Totals..............

f f c g g

fg 0-4 3-8 5-13 0-5 3-7 1-1 2-6 1-1 1-4 0-1 2-7 18-57

3pt 0-1 1-4 0-1 0-2 3-7 1-1 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 6-22

ft 0-1 0-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-2 6-8 10-18

tr 2 2 4 4 4 1 2 5 4 0 4 1 33

pf 3 1 2 4 0 0 0 1 4 0 2 0 17

tp 0 7 10 2 9 3 5 3 3 0 10 0 52

a 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 12

to 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 2 0 3 0 12

blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4

min 19 19 30 16 34 13 14 14 12 2 27 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 7-26 26.9% 2nd Half: 11-31 35.5% Game: 31.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% 2nd Half: 4-14 28.6% Game: 27.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 1-7 14.3% 2nd Half: 9-11 81.8% Game: 55.6% Officials: Ray Natili, Mike Roberts, Keith Kimble Attendance: 1,604 Largest lead-LOU by 16 1st-02:58, WSU by 1 1st-16:31. LOU led for 38:10. WSU led for 00:17. Game was tied for 01:33.


SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE Game 7 | vs. Michigan St. (Battle 4 Atlantis)

Game 8 |

Southern Nazarene

Game 9 | @ Colorado St. (MVC-MWC Challenge)

Nov. 24, 2016 | Paradise Island, Bahamas | Imperial Arena rv/rv Wichita St. (5-2).............................29 43 - 72 24/20 Michigan St. (4-3)......................39 38 - 77

Nov. 13, 2016 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena So. Nazarene........................................24 33 - 57 -/rv Wichita St. (6-2)...........................50 37 - 87

Dec. 3, 2016 | Fort Collins, Colo. | Moby Arena -/rv Wichita St. (7-2)...........................34 48 - 82 Colorado St. (6-2).................................31 36 - 67

A dramatic WSU comeback fell short against No. 24 Michigan State in the B4A third-place game. WSU trailed by 18 with 11:53 to play but launched a 14-0 run to eventually pull within a point. WSU had two chances to tie it in the final minute but couldn't convert. First, Markis McDuffie turned a steal into a fastbreak with 36 seconds remaining and the Shockers down a pair, but his pull-up jumper from 12feet spun around the rim and out. MSU converted 1-of2 free throws to go up 75-72. Out of a timeout, Daishon Smith's long three-pointer missed the mark. WSU starters were a chilly 4-of-23 from the field. The bench provided 57 of the team's 72 points. Darral Willis Jr. led the Shocker scoring with 16 points to go with six boards. Smith (13), Rauno Nurger (12) and McDuffie (10) also reached double-figures. WSU enjoyed a 20-19 lead before MSU's 13-0 push made it a 32-20 game near the 4:00-mark. The Spartans went into the break up 10 on Eron Harris' three-pointer with 17 seconds to play in the half. MSU added to its lead and later preserved it with three-pointers, hitting 7-of-11 in the second half. Miles Bridges hit four of them on his way to 21 points. WSU lost back-to-back games for the first time in nearly 12 months.

Reserves combined for 61 points in a 30-point win over Division II Southern Nazarene. Juniors Rauno Nurger and Daishon Smith made their first career starts, but displaced starters Shaquille Morris (15 points) and Zach Brown (13) were a combined 11-of-15 from the field and finished atop the scoring list for WSU (6-2). Fellow reserves Markis McDuffie and Darral Willis Jr. chipped in 11-each, with Willis finishing a rebound shy of a double-double. Landry Shamet paced the starters with 11 points -- all in the first half. WSU built leads of 14-2 and 32-11, then scored the final six points of the first half for a 50-24 cushion. The Shockers outscored SNU in the paint, 46-8. WSU's 45-game Charles Koch Arena sellout string came to an end with an announced crowd of 10,436. The ticket office reported 70 unsold GA seats. WSU improved 7-0 under Gregg Marshall in regular season games against non-Division I opponents, with all seven wins by at least 21 points.

In its first true road game, WSU knocked off a Colorado State team that was previously 5-0 at home. A first-unit of Willis-McDuffie-Nurger-Smith-Shamet had combined for just 17 starts coming into the day, and none of the five had ever started a true road game. WSU improved to 5-1 all-time in the MVC-Mountain West Challenge Series. The Shockers forced CSU into 13 second-half turnovers and turned them into 25 second-chance points. WSU hit 13-of-27 from deep. Zach Brown scored nine of his team-high 16 points in the final eight minutes. Shaquille Morris collected a team-best six rebounds to go with 13 points. Markis McDuffie made his first start of the season and scored 12 points in 33 minutes. Landry Shamet chipped in 11 points while hitting 3-of-6 from deep. Daishon Smith tallied four steals, four assists and nine points. Prentiss Nixon paced CSU with 20 points on 5-of-6 shooting from three. The Rams suffered just their fifth non-conference home loss in five seasons under coach Larry Eustachy. Emmanuel Omogbo came up a point short of a double-double with nine points and 14 boards. He went on to average 10.3 for the year and ranked 14th nationally in that category.

WICHITA STATE (5-2) ## 00 01 24 11 33 02 12 20 21 25 32

Player KELLY, Rashard BROWN, Zach MORRIS, Shaquille SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner SMITH, Daishon REAVES, Austin NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric McDUFFIE, Markis TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-3 0-3 0-2 2-9 0-6 4-11 0-1 4-5 6-11 0-0 4-11 22-62

3pt 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-6 0-4 1-4 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-4 5-22

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-26 34.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-9 22.2% F Throw % 1st Half: 9-15 60.0%

ft 0-0 0-4 2-2 2-2 2-2 4-4 6-6 3-4 4-6 0-0 0-0 23-30

tr 1 2 1 3 1 4 3 2 6 2 4 8 37

pf 0 0 5 3 0 1 1 5 2 1 2 0 20

tp 4 0 2 7 2 13 6 12 16 0 10 0 72

a 0 2 0 3 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 9

to 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 7

blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

s 2 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 8

min 14 17 10 27 27 20 14 25 20 1 25 0 199

2nd Half: 13-36 36.1% Game: 35.5% 2nd Half: 3-13 23.1% Game: 22.7% 2nd Half: 14-15 93.3% Game: 76.7%

MICHIGAN STATE (4-3) ## 22 25 01 11 14 00 03 05 20 30 44

Player Bridges, Miles Goins, Kenny Langford, Joshua Nairn Jr., Lourawls Harris, Eron Ahrens, Kyle Ellis III, Alvin Winston, Cassius McQuaid, Matt Van Dyk, Matt Ward, Nick TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 6-11 0-1 1-3 0-2 5-7 0-4 3-5 2-2 4-7 0-1 5-9 26-52

3pt 4-8 0-0 1-2 0-1 1-3 0-3 1-3 1-1 3-4 0-0 0-0 11-25

ft 5-7 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-1 2-4 2-2 0-0 3-4 14-21

tr 4 1 0 5 4 1 3 2 5 3 6 2 36

pf 2 2 5 3 1 4 2 1 1 2 2 0 25

tp 21 0 3 0 13 0 7 7 13 0 13 0 77

a 0 0 0 12 4 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 20

to 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 1 15

blk 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 6

s 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

min 23 15 11 30 25 9 12 19 24 10 22 0 200

SOUTHERN NAZARENE ## 21 32 03 10 25 01 11 13 15 22 23 34

Player C.J. White Noah Starkey Deshon Portley LB Willis Jhonathan Dunn Micah Speight Jared Starkey Chris Stephens Zach Johnson Quaylon Newton Anton Kankaanpaa Brady Mulkey TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-5 0-2 6-14 2-6 4-10 1-3 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-5 1-2 16-49

3pt 0-0 0-0 2-7 0-1 3-7 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 6-20

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-27 29.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-11 27.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-7 71.4%

ft 4-8 3-4 2-2 3-6 0-0 3-4 0-0 2-3 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 19-31

tr 3 3 3 1 4 3 0 0 1 0 3 1 6 28

pf 1 5 1 1 1 1 3 1 0 2 2 1 0 19

tp 8 3 16 7 11 6 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 57

a 0 2 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 8

to 1 3 1 4 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 17

blk 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

s 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

min 22 20 25 26 26 24 5 12 1 11 17 11 0 200

2nd Half: 8-22 36.4% Game: 32.7% 2nd Half: 3-9 33.3% Game: 30.0% 2nd Half: 14-24 58.3% Game: 61.3%

WICHITA STATE (6-2) ## 00 20 02 11 33 01 03 04 05 10 14 21 24 25 32

Player KELLY, Rashard NURGER, Rauno SMITH, Daishon SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner BROWN, Zach KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen SIMON, J.R. WILLIS Jr., Darral MORRIS, Shaquille HAMILTON, Eric McDUFFIE, Markis TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 4-7 1-2 0-5 4-7 1-4 4-5 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 3-5 7-10 1-2 4-8 32-61

3pt 1-2 0-0 0-1 2-4 1-3 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 8-18

ft 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 3-3 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-6 1-2 0-0 2-3 15-20

tr 5 1 5 2 2 4 0 1 1 1 1 9 1 4 2 5 44

pf 0 3 1 2 0 2 3 0 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 0 21

tp 9 3 0 11 3 13 4 2 0 0 3 11 15 2 11 0 87

a 1 4 5 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 21

to 0 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 12

blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2

s 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 10

min 18 18 21 20 13 17 14 2 3 2 9 16 14 11 22 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-33 45.5% 2nd Half: 11-19 57.9% Game: 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-14 28.6% 2nd Half: 7-11 63.6% Game: 44.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-7 71.4% 2nd Half: 9-14 64.3% Game: 66.7%

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 20-35 57.1% 2nd Half: 12-26 46.2% Game: 52.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-8 62.5% 2nd Half: 3-10 30.0% Game: 44.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-8 62.5% 2nd Half: 10-12 83.3% Game: 75.0%

Officials: Doug Sirmons, Keith Kimble, Bert Smith Technical fouls: Wichita State-WILLIS Jr., Darral Attendance: 1569 Largest lead-WSU by 3 1st-14:48, MICHST by 18 2nd-11:53. WSU led for 02:55. MICHST led for 33:37. Game was tied for 03:25.

Officials: Don Daily, Bert Smith, Owen Shortt Attendance: 10436 Exhibition Game for SNU, Regular season game for WSU Largest lead-SNU None, WSU by 34 2nd-03:29. SNU led for 00:00. WSU led for 39:23. Game was tied for 00:37..

WICHITA STATE (7-2) ## 21 32 20 02 11 00 01 12 24 33

Player WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis NURGER, Rauno SMITH, Daishon SHAMET, Landry KELLY, Rashard BROWN, Zach REAVES, Austin MORRIS, Shaquille FRANKAMP, Conner TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-5 3-9 0-4 2-3 4-11 1-2 5-9 2-2 6-9 3-6 28-60

3pt 0-0 2-3 0-2 2-3 3-6 0-1 2-4 1-1 1-2 2-5 13-27

ft 2-2 4-4 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 4-6 0-0 0-1 0-0 13-17

tr 4 5 3 0 4 1 3 1 6 2 4 33

pf 4 1 4 2 3 2 1 0 4 2 0 23

tp 6 12 0 9 11 2 16 5 13 8 0 82

a 0 2 1 4 3 0 1 1 1 2 0 15

to 4 0 1 3 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 13

blk 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2

s 0 2 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 8

min 16 33 19 22 34 7 23 10 21 15 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-32 43.8% 2nd Half: 14-28 50.0% Game: 46.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 6-13 46.2% 2nd Half: 7-14 50.0% Game: 48.1% F Throw % 1st Half: 0-1 0.0% 2nd Half: 13-16 81.3% Game: 76.5%

COLORADO STATE (6-2) ## 00 02 32 11 22 01 10 15 33

Player JACKSON,Kimani OMOGBO,Emmanuel CARVACHO,Nico NIXON,Prentiss PAIGE,J.D. BUTLER,Devocio BOB,Che BONNER,Anthony KOELLIKER,Braden TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-3 3-9 1-2 5-9 5-11 2-5 0-2 0-1 0-2 18-44

3pt 0-1 0-2 0-1 5-6 0-3 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-1 7-18

ft 1-2 3-5 0-0 5-6 7-8 6-6 0-0 2-2 0-0 24-29

tr 1 14 4 2 3 2 0 0 4 1 31

pf 3 5 3 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 20

tp 5 9 2 20 17 12 0 2 0 0 67

a 0 3 1 2 4 1 0 0 1 0 12

to 2 3 2 2 4 1 2 1 2 0 19

blk 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3

s 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 7

min 19 34 24 30 32 25 11 12 13 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-23 34.8% 2nd Half: 10-21 47.6% Game: 40.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-10 20.0% 2nd Half: 5-8 62.5% Game: 38.9% F Throw % 1st Half: 13-15 86.7% 2nd Half: 11-14 78.6% Game: 82.8% Officials: Paul Janssen, Terry Davis, Jeff Campbell Attendance: 6,918 Largest lead-WSU by 15 2nd-00:14, CSU by 4 1st-05:29. WSU led for 23:43. CSU led for 08:53. Game was tied for 07:24.

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SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE Game 10 |

Saint Louis

Game 11 | @ Oklahoma (All-College Classic)

Oklahoma St. (INTRUST Bank Arena)

Dec. 10, 2016 | Oklahoma City | Chesapeake Energy Arena rv/rv Wichita St. (9-2)..........................37 39 - 76 Oklahoma (6-3)....................................39 34 - 73

Dec. 17, 2016 | Wichita, Kan. | INTRUST Bank Arena -/rv Oklahoma St. (9-2).......................49 44 - 93 rv/rv Wichita St. (9-3).............................33 43 - 76

SLU was 3-of-29 in the first half (.103). The Billikens' nine points was... (A) The lowest-scoring half for a Shocker opponent in the Roundhouse's 62-year history.....(B) The lowest output for a Shocker opponent in the shot clock era (previous low was 12 vs. Centenary in February, 2000)..... (C) The third-lowest half for an opponent in school history and the lowest since February, 1948 (9 vs. Creighton). WSU recorded its sixth 30+ point victory of the young season, setting a new single-season program record. Rashard Kelly recorded a career-high 15 points on 6-of-8 shooting, becoming the ninth-different Shocker to take a turn as leading scorer through the first 10 games. He also snagged a team-high eight rebounds. Darral Willis Jr. scored 12 points, and Shaquille Morris chipped in eight points and seven rebounds. WSU shot 45% from the field and hit 8-of-20 threepoint attempts. SLU finished at 26%. WSU outrebounded SLU 52-29 (31-14 in the first half) WSU pitched a shutout for the first 9:15 to go up 13-0. SLU started 0-for-12 and 1-for-18 from the field. The game was the last installment of a four-year series that began in 2013. WSU swept all four meetings.

WSU defeated Oklahoma in the 79th All-College Classic at Oklahoma City's Chesapeake Energy Arena. Most Outstanding Player, Daishon Smith scored all 13 of his points after halftime, including an emphatic, posterizing dunk that made SportsCenter's Top-10. Though the event has been scaled back since its mid-20th century hayday, WSU added to its All-College Classic history. Making their ninth appearance (and first since 1970), the Shockers collected their third title. Zach Brown led all Shockers with 17 points and Darral Willis Jr. added 12 points and seven rebounds. WSU shot 40% (9-of-28 from three) and limited the Sooners to 31% from the field. OU's Jordan Woodard tallied 28 points to go with seven boards and four assists. Christian James scored 15 and Rashard Odomes added 10. OU won the rebounding battle, 46-43, and registered nine blocks and eight steals. WSU trailed by eight points near the 2:00-mark of the first half but battled back to within 39-37 at the break. Smith's dynamic stretch helped WSU pull away. He followed his dramatic dunk with consecutive steals and drilled an NBA-range three-pointer with 2:00 remaining to stretch the lead to 70-62.

Oklahoma State handed WSU its first loss in seven downtown appearances at INTRUST Bank Arena. WSU suffered its first home non-conference loss since 2011, snapping a school-record 42-game streak. WSU shot 37% from the field (3-of-17 from long range) compared to OSU's 53% (14-of-28 from deep). Darral Willis Jr. collected his first double-double as a Shocker (24 points, 13 rebounds) and his 14 free throws were the most by a Shocker in Wichita since 1988. Markis McDuffie scored 10 of his 14 points at the foul line. Zach Brown chipped in 10 points, six boards. Jawun Evans and Jeffrey Carroll led OSU with 22 points apiece, and Leyton Hammonds added 12. OSU led 10-1 after just three-minutes. WSU went eight minutes without a field goal, and the lead grew to 31-13. After Evans and Carroll both hit the bench with foul trouble, the Shockers briefly rallied to within nine, but OSU closed the half on an 11-2 spurt. WSU faced its largest halftime deficit in a home game (16 points) since trailing Stanford by 16 in the 2009 CBI. The Cowboys led by as many as 25 in the second half.

SAINT LOUIS (2-6) ## 05 11 32 33 35 13 20 23 24 25

Player ROBY, Davell BISHOP, Jermaine CRAWFORD, Mike WELMER, Elliott AGBEKO, Reggie NEUFELD, Matt JOHNSON, Jalen MOORE, Zeke HINES, Aaron GILLMANN, Austin TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 0-8 4-10 2-9 2-8 1-4 0-0 2-8 4-8 0-1 0-2 15-58

3pt 0-5 2-4 1-4 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 3-7 0-0 0-2 8-28

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 3-29 10.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-11 18.2% F Throw % 1st Half: 1-2 50.0%

ft 0-0 2-2 2-2 1-2 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-10

tr 2 8 0 3 4 0 5 1 1 2 3 29

pf 0 1 1 3 3 2 4 3 0 1 0 18

tp 0 12 7 6 4 0 5 11 0 0 0 45

a 1 7 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 11

to 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 9

blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

s 0 4 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 7

min 21 35 30 17 18 12 24 24 9 10 0 200

2nd Half: 12-29 41.4% Game: 25.9% 2nd Half: 6-17 35.3% Game: 28.6% 2nd Half: 6-8 75.0% Game: 70.0%

WICHITA STATE (8-2) ## 02 11 20 21 32 00 01 04 05 10 12 14 24 25 33

Player SMITH, Daishon SHAMET, Landry NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis KELLY, Rashard BROWN, Zach BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. MORRIS, Shaquille HAMILTON, Eric FRANKAMP, Conner TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-3 1-4 0-2 5-8 2-9 6-8 2-6 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-1 4-7 2-3 1-5 27-60

3pt 2-3 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-1 0-0 1-1 1-4 8-20

ft 0-0 2-2 0-1 2-4 3-4 2-2 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 13-17

tr 5 3 3 5 3 8 4 0 0 0 1 1 7 2 4 6 52

pf 0 1 3 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 12

tp 6 5 0 12 7 15 8 0 0 0 6 0 8 5 3 0 75

a 2 5 0 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 20

to 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 10

blk 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3

s 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6

min 20 18 16 18 20 21 19 3 1 1 16 5 16 7 19 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-29 44.8% 2nd Half: 14-31 45.2% Game: 45.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-10 40.0% 2nd Half: 4-10 40.0% Game: 40.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-8 75.0% 2nd Half: 7-9 77.8% Game: 76.5% Officials: Gary Maxwell, Rick Crawford, Randy Heimerman Attendance: 10,157 Largest lead-SLU None, WSU by 35 2nd-02:47. SLU led for 00:00. WSU led for 37:59. Game was tied for 02:01

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Game 12 |

Dec. 6, 2016 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena Saint Louis (2-6)....................................9 36 - 45 rv/rv Wichita St. (8-2)..........................36 39 - 75

WICHITA STATE (9-2) ## 21 32 20 02 11 00 01 12 24 33

Player WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis NURGER, Rauno SMITH, Daishon SHAMET, Landry KELLY, Rashard BROWN, Zach REAVES, Austin MORRIS, Shaquille FRANKAMP, Conner TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 4-7 2-10 0-2 3-5 3-10 1-5 4-6 3-5 3-6 2-7 25-63

3pt 0-0 1-3 0-2 1-2 0-5 0-1 3-4 2-4 0-0 2-7 9-28

ft 4-6 0-1 0-0 6-6 0-0 0-0 6-6 0-0 1-2 0-2 17-23

tr 7 8 2 3 4 3 4 2 6 1 3 43

pf 3 1 2 4 2 0 2 4 2 3 0 23

tp 12 5 0 13 6 2 17 8 7 6 0 76

a 0 1 0 6 3 0 0 2 2 2 0 16

to 2 2 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 12

blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 7

s 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

min 23 22 7 21 27 12 22 16 30 20 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-29 48.3% 2nd Half: 11-34 32.4% Game: 39.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-15 33.3% 2nd Half: 4-13 30.8% Game: 32.1% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-5 80.0% 2nd Half: 13-18 72.2% Game: 73.9%

OKLAHOMA (6-3) ## 12 21 01 03 10 00 04 05 11 13 20

Player Lattin, Khadeem * Buford, Dante * Odomes, Rashard * James, Christian * Woodard, Jordan * Strong-Moore,Darrion McNeace, Jamuni Freeman, Matt Doolittle, Kristian Shepherd, Jordan McGusty, Kameron TEAM Totals..............

fg 0-3 2-5 3-8 3-17 7-17 0-5 1-1 1-3 3-6 0-0 0-0 20-65

3pt 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-5 4-9 0-3 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-21

ft 3-4 0-0 4-6 8-10 10-10 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 27-34

tr 8 1 2 6 7 2 4 0 5 0 0 11 46

pf 2 2 3 5 4 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 23

tp 3 4 10 15 28 0 2 3 8 0 0 0 73

a 0 1 1 0 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 11

to 0 2 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 10

blk 4 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 9

s 2 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 8

min 26 19 24 33 34 23 14 2 18 1 6 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-35 31.4% 2nd Half: 9-30 30.0% Game: 30.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-14 21.4% 2nd Half: 3-7 42.9% Game: 28.6% F Throw % 1st Half: 14-16 87.5% 2nd Half: 13-18 72.2% Game: 79.4% Officials: John Higgins, Don Daily, Jeff Malham Attendance: 11,157 Largest lead-WSU by 9 2nd-07:05, OU by 8 1st-01:22. WSU led for 21:09. OU led for 13:48. Game was tied for 04:58.

OKLAHOMA STATE (9-2) ## 14 23 01 13 21 00 04 12 30 33 34 41

Player N'Guessan, Lucas f Hammonds, Leyton f Evans, Jawun g Forte, Phil g Waters, Lindy g Averette, Brandon Dziagwa, Thomas McGriff, Cameron Carroll, Jeffrey Reeves, Trey Lienhard, Will Solomon, Mitchell Team Totals..............

fg 1-1 4-5 9-16 3-11 1-3 1-4 3-4 0-2 8-10 0-0 0-0 1-3 31-59

3pt 0-0 3-4 3-5 1-6 1-2 0-0 3-4 0-2 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 14-28

ft 0-1 1-1 1-2 4-4 1-3 6-9 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 17-26

tr 1 4 5 1 2 4 0 1 5 0 0 3 10 36

pf 4 4 2 3 3 4 4 1 2 0 0 5 0 32

tp 2 12 22 11 4 8 9 0 22 0 0 3 0 93

a 0 2 4 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 16

to 1 0 4 1 2 5 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 17

blk 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

s 0 0 3 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7

min 10 17 24 26 13 19 15 13 33 0+ 3 27 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-31 51.6% 2nd Half: 15-28 53.6% Game: 52.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 6-11 54.5% 2nd Half: 8-17 47.1% Game: 50.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 11-18 61.1% 2nd Half: 6-8 75.0% Game: 65.4%

WICHITA STATE (9-3) ## 21 32 20 02 11 00 01 03 04 05 10 12 14 24 25 33

Player WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis NURGER, Rauno SMITH, Daishon SHAMET, Landry KELLY, Rashard BROWN, Zach KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. MORRIS, Shaquille HAMILTON, Eric FRANKAMP, Conner TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 5-7 2-7 1-1 0-4 2-9 1-2 4-9 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-2 0-1 1-2 0-1 2-5 19-52

3pt 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-4 1-3 0-0 2-5 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-17

ft 14-17 10-14 0-0 7-8 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-4 0-0 35-47

tr 13 6 0 2 1 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 34

pf 2 4 2 1 3 0 4 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 21

tp 24 14 2 7 7 2 10 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 4 0 76

a 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 8

to 1 3 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 15

blk 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 8

s 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 9

min 30 25 11 30 17 10 18 1 1 1 1 9 5 16 8 17 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 7-21 33.3% 2nd Half: 12-31 38.7% Game: 36.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-6 16.7% 2nd Half: 2-11 18.2% Game: 17.6% F Throw % 1st Half: 18-24 75.0% 2nd Half: 17-23 73.9% Game: 74.5% Officials: Tom Eades, Gary Maxwell, Rick Crawford Attendance: 15,004 Largest lead-OSU by 25 2nd-04:47, WSU None. OSU led for 39:37. WSU led for 00:00. Game was tied for 00:23


SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE Game 13 |

South Dakota St.

Game 14 | @ Indiana St.

Game 15 |

Bradley

Dec. 22, 2016 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena South Dakota St. (7-8)..........................32 35 - 67 -/rv Wichita St. (10-3).........................44 45 - 89

Dec. 28, 2016 | Terre Haute, Ind. | Hulman Center Wichita St. (11-3, 1-0).......................38 42 - 80 Indiana St. (6-7, 0-1)............................38 34 - 72

Jan. 1, 2017 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena Bradley (6-9, 1-1)................................29 37 - 66 Wichita St. (12-3, 2-0).......................51 49 - 100

Landry Shamet scored a career-high 21 points on six three-pointers. He became just the 22nd Shocker to connect on 6+ triples in a game. For the second time, the Shockers tied the school's single-game three-point record with 15 makes on 34 attempts (they also hit 15 in the win over MDES). WSU finished non-conference play at 10-3. The Shockers shot 54% from the field with 24 assists on 34 baskets. Markis McDuffie scored 17 points on 6-of-11 shooting to go with seven boards and five steals. Darral Willis Jr. missed out on back-to-back double-doubles, ending with 14 points and nine rebounds. Conner Frankamp finished with 13 points, four assists, and Zach Brown chipped in 10 and six assists. SDSU (7-8) went on to earn an NCAA bid as a No. 16 seed by winning the Summit League Tournament. High-scoring sophomore Mike Daum (who ended the year ranked third nationally in scoring) finished with 20 points on 8-of-15 shooting. It was five points below his final season average (25.1). The Shockers led by as many as 15 before halftime on the way to a 44-32 lead at the break.

Darral Willis Jr. (25) and Markis McDuffie (22) combined for 47 points. WSU won its seventh-consecutive MVC opener. Willis' MVC debut was the best by a Shocker newcomer in over 40 years (archives date to 1975), topping Chad Elstun's 21 points as a freshman in 1993 (also in Terre Haute). Willis' also became in the first in that span to debut with a double-double (25 pts, 10 reb). McDuffie was 6-for-6 in the second half and 9-of-11 overall, while also collecting seven rebounds. Landry Shamet scored 12 of his 14 in the first half. Zach Brown ripped down eight boards and exceled in a key defensive assingnment against ISU standout Brenton Scott (14 points on 3-of-14 shooting). The Shockers won their ninth-straight at the Hulman enter (a program-best). WSU shot 48% from the field and outrebounded the Sycamores 47-30. Indiana State (39%) knocked down 10 threes but struggled to get the ball inside. WSU center Shaquille Morris sat out with an injury. Tied at halftime (38-38), WSU took control with a 10-1 run midway through the second half.

WSU reached the century mark against an MVC opponent for the first time since Feb. 6, 1988. The Shockers shot 52.3%, hit 13-of-29 threes, and finished 19-of-22 at the foul line. WSU won its 14th-straight against Bradley, tying the program's third-longest series winning streak (from 1914-40, the WSU won 14-in-a-row against Sterling). Landry Shamet and Darral Willis Jr. led the Shockers with 15 points apiece. Shamet also had six assists. Austin Reaves scored 14 points on a perfect 4-of-4 shooting from beyond the arc. Markis McDuffie and Rauno Nurger added 13 and 10 points, respectively. WSU forced a season-high 23 turnovers, including 16 in the first half (most by a Shocker foe since November, 2011 when Akron served up 19 before halftime). The Braves turned the ball over on four of their first six possessions of the game, and WSU led 13-0. The Shockers led 51-29 at halftime and opened the second half on a 17-2 run to go up 74-39 with 13:00 remaining. It ballooned to 40 (91-51) at the 5:36-mark.

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE (7-8)

WICHITA STATE (11-3, 1-0 MVC)

## 24 35 02 04 23 01 03 10 20 25 32 45 50

Player Mike Daum A.J. Hess Tevin King Sergio El Darwich Reed Tellinghuisen Skyler Flatten Chris Howell Cole Gentry Andre Wallace Lane Severyn Adam Dykman Ian Theisen Michael Orris TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 8-15 5-9 0-3 1-2 2-8 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 6-8 25-52

3pt 2-6 5-9 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 10-24

ft 2-3 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-3 7-13

tr 4 1 4 1 7 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 2 26

pf 2 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 12

tp 20 15 0 2 6 2 1 0 0 0 0 6 15 0 67

a 1 0 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 12

to 3 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 14

blk 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

s 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 5

min 33 30 28 12 28 13 2 2 5 2 2 17 26 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-25 52.0% 2nd Half: 12-27 44.4% Game: 48.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-11 45.5% 2nd Half: 5-13 38.5% Game: 41.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 1-5 20.0% 2nd Half: 6-8 75.0% Game: 53.8%

WICHITA STATE (10-3) ## 01 21 32 02 11 00 12 20 25 33

Player BROWN, Zach WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis SMITH, Daishon SHAMET, Landry KELLY, Rashard REAVES, Austin NURGER, Rauno HAMILTON, Eric FRANKAMP, Conner TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 3-8 7-8 6-11 1-4 7-13 2-3 1-4 2-2 0-1 5-9 34-63

3pt 2-6 0-0 2-4 1-4 6-10 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 3-7 15-34

ft tr pf tp a to blk s min 2-2 0 3 10 6 2 0 0 22 0-1 9 3 14 0 1 0 0 25 3-3 7 1 17 2 4 0 5 32 0-0 6 2 3 5 1 0 1 20 1-2 0 3 21 3 2 0 2 30 0-0 1 2 4 0 0 0 1 16 0-0 3 3 3 4 1 1 0 17 0-0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 11 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0-0 3 0 13 4 0 1 0 23 - 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6-8 35 17 89 24 11 4 9 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 17-33 51.5% 2nd Half: 17-30 56.7% Game: 54.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 7-18 38.9% 2nd Half: 8-16 50.0% Game: 44.1% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-3 100% 2nd Half: 3-5 60.0% Game: 75.0% Officials: Gerry Pollard, Ray Natili, Jeff Campbell Attendance: 10,506 Largest lead-SDSU by 2 1st-16:40, WSU by 23 2nd-01:13. SDSU led for 00:58. WSU led for 37:41. Game was tied for 01:21.

## 01 02 11 21 32 00 12 20 33

Player BROWN, Zach SMITH, Daishon SHAMET, Landry WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis KELLY, Rashard REAVES, Austin NURGER, Rauno FRANKAMP, Conner TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 1-9 2-4 5-9 9-19 9-11 0-1 0-0 2-3 1-5 29-61

3pt 0-5 0-2 2-5 0-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 4-18

ft 4-6 1-2 2-2 7-9 2-3 0-1 0-2 0-0 2-2 18-27

tr 8 4 2 10 7 3 4 4 1 3 46

pf 4 1 4 2 1 3 2 1 1 0 19

tp 6 5 14 25 22 0 0 4 4 0 80

a 2 3 4 3 1 0 0 0 3 0 16

to 1 2 0 2 3 1 0 0 2 0 11

blk 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 6

s 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5

min 32 22 34 32 32 13 9 7 19 0 200

BRADLEY (6-9, 1-1 MVC) ## 01 05 12 23 24 02 03 13 14 25 30 34 35

Player Thomas, Donte Brown, Darrell Bar, Koch Lautier-Ogunleye, D. McGlaston, JoJo Suggs, Ronnie Pittman, Antoine van Bree, Luuk Hanley, Peter Kennell, Nate Barker, Callum Foster, Alex Hodgson, Jayden TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-6 4-10 1-2 2-4 3-6 1-2 1-4 2-3 0-0 4-9 1-2 0-0 0-4 21-52

3pt 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0 1-2 2-3 0-0 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-2 7-19

ft 2-2 4-5 3-4 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-5 1-2 0-0 17-22

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-36 44.4% 2nd Half: 13-25 52.0% Game: 47.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-12 25.0% 2nd Half: 1-6 16.7% Game: 22.2% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-5 60.0% 2nd Half: 15-22 68.2% Game: 66.7%

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-20 45.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-9 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 8-9 88.9%

INDIANA STATE (6-7, 0-1 MVC)

WICHITA STATE (12-3, 2-0 MVC)

## 00 04 30 32 41 02 05 12 13 34

Player Clemons, Everett Scott, Brenton Van Scyoc, Matt Paige, Laquarious Rickman, Emondre Barnes, Jordan Kessinger, Bronson Bunschoten, Niels Franklin, Donovan Murphy, Brandon TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-5 3-14 3-8 2-5 3-4 3-5 1-3 2-7 2-3 1-2 22-56

3pt 0-1 1-5 3-7 1-2 0-0 3-4 0-0 1-4 1-1 0-0 10-24

ft 1-2 7-10 2-3 2-2 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2 18-24

tr 8 7 3 1 3 0 4 0 0 2 2 30

pf 2 4 4 2 3 1 2 1 0 4 0 23

tp 5 14 11 7 7 10 2 5 7 4 0 72

a 11 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 17

to 3 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 11

blk 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

s 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 6

min 35 31 30 26 12 15 13 12 13 13 0 201

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-30 43.3% 2nd Half: 9-26 34.6% Game: 39.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-13 38.5% 2nd Half: 5-11 45.5% Game: 41.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 7-10 70.0% 2nd Half: 11-14 78.6% Game: 75.0% Officials: Paul Jannsen, Kipp Kissinger, Brad Ferrie Attendance: 4,550 Largest lead-WSU by 11 2nd-12:30, INS by 6 1st-13:07. WSU led for 27:47. INS led for 07:41. Game was tied for 04:32.

## 01 02 11 21 32 00 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 24 25 33

Player BROWN, Zach SMITH, Daishon SHAMET, Landry WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis KELLY, Rashard KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno MORRIS, Shaquille HAMILTON, Eric FRANKAMP, Conner TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 1-5 2-2 6-12 5-7 3-9 1-3 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 4-4 0-1 4-5 2-7 0-1 3-5 34-65

3pt 1-4 2-2 2-7 0-0 2-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 4-4 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-4 13-29

tr 7 0 4 1 3 1 1 2 1 3 1 0 0 8 32

pf 2 2 1 2 2 0 1 4 0 2 3 0 1 0 20

tp 6 12 5 7 8 2 3 6 0 10 6 1 0 0 66

a 0 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 10

to 3 4 1 4 3 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 23

blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 5

min 21 30 22 14 19 3 16 18 1 23 14 3 16 0 200

2nd Half: 12-32 37.5% Game: 40.4% 2nd Half: 4-10 40.0% Game: 36.8% 2nd Half: 9-13 69.2% Game: 77.3%

ft 0-0 0-0 1-1 5-6 5-5 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-3 1-1 0-0 1-2 19-22

tr 4 1 2 2 1 6 2 0 0 1 4 0 5 2 0 0 2 32

pf 3 2 0 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 20

tp 3 6 15 15 13 4 6 0 0 0 14 0 10 5 0 9 0 100

a 5 3 6 0 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 25

to 1 3 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 11

blk 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 6

s 1 4 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 12

min 18 17 26 19 17 12 10 1 3 3 11 6 17 13 6 21 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 17-33 51.5% 2nd Half: 17-32 53.1% Game: 52.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 7-16 43.8% 2nd Half: 6-13 46.2% Game: 44.8% F Throw % 1st Half: 10-11 90.9% 2nd Half: 9-11 81.8% Game: 86.4% Officials: Joe DeRosa, Randy Heimerman, Brooks Wells Technical fouls: Bradley-McGlaston, JoJo Attendance: 10,506 Largest lead-BRAD None, WSU by 40 2nd-05:36. BRAD led for 00:00. WSU led for 39:44. Game was tied for 00:16.

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SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE Game 16 |

Drake

Game 17 | @ Northern Iowa

Loyola Chicago

Jan. 8, 2017 | Cedar Falls, Iowa | McLeod Center Wichita St. (14-3, 4-0).......................39 41 - 80 No. Iowa (5-10, 0-4).............................32 34 - 66

Jan. 11, 2017 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena Loyola Chicago (12-6, 2-3)...................35 40 - 75 rv/rv Wichita St. (15-3, 5-0).................49 38 - 87

The 150th meeting between WSU and Drake was heavily slanted toward the Shockers, who won their 10th straight in the series and upped their lead to 103-47. WSU outrebounded the visitors by 24 in the first half (36-12) and turned 12 offensive boards into 19 points. The Shockers' 30-point halftime lead (51-21) was their fourth-largest in the last 40 years (and second-largest against a Division I oppponent). Markis McDuffie (10 points, 11 rebounds) collected his first career double-double. Daishon Smith (3-of-6 from three and 5-of-11 overall) logged 13 points and three steals. Shaquille Morris came off the bench for 13 points and seven rebounds in 15 minutes. Landry Shamet finished with 11 points on 5-of-8 shooting and dished out a team-high five assists without a turnover. His 24 minutes were the most by any Shocker on a night when all 16 players saw action. WSU claimed its largest lead with 16:40 to play in the game, 62-25. In a lackluster finish, Drake outscored the Shockers 40-28 the rest of the way.

WSU thrived against UNI's traditionally stout defense and avenged a pair of 2016 losses to the Panthers. After UNI pulled to within two midway through the second half, WSU scored its way out of danger with points on 10 of its next 11 possessions to go up 17. In 2015-16, the Shockers averaged just 51 points on 34% shooting in two late season losses to UNI, but they looked much more at ease in the grudge match, hitting 49% from the field and 11-of-20 from deep. Landry Shamet scored 14 of his game-high 17 points in the first half and finished with five three-pointers. Out of the gate, the teams combined for 10 lead changes in 10 minutes, but Shamet's personal 8-0 run gave WSU the lead for good midway through the half. Rauno Nurger hit 6-of-7 shots and snagged four rebounds on his way to 13 points, and Conner Frankamp (11 points) was 3-of-4 from beyond the arc. Jeremy Morgan paced UNI with 15. Klint Carlson collected a double-double (12 points and 10 rebounds). WSU won consecutive games in Cedar Falls for just the third time (they've never won three-in-a-row there).

Markis McDuffie's big scoring night help WSU survive Loyola's second-half surge. The sophomore was 8-of-11 from the field and 4-of-5 from deep, and his 26 points were the most by any Shocker in 2016-17. The 12-point final margin would be WSU's closest call at Charles Koch Arena in 2016-17. The Shockers won 14 of their 16 campus home games by at least 20 points. WSU led by 19 with 17 minutes to play, but Loyola's three-point flurry made things interesting. The Ramblers connected six times over the next eight minutes to cut the lead to four with 4:36 to go. A Zach Brown triple with 3:58 to go turned the tide, and WSU went 6-for-6 at the foul line to ice it. Landry Shamet finished with 11 points, five rebounds and three assists, while Daishon Smith and Darral Willis Jr. each added 10. WSU won its 10th straight against Loyola and improved to 8-0 since the Ramblers' 2013-14 MVC debut. The Shockers were 12-for-27 from three-point range and shot 53.8% overall. Milton Doyle paced the Ramblers with a near-triple-double (23 points, eight assists and seven rebounds). Aundre Jackson added 18. Down 13-12, WSU closed the first half by hitting 12 of its last 17 shots, including 7-of-10 from beyond the arc.

DRAKE (3-12, 1-2 MVC) ## 02 04 12 23 35 00 03 10 11 14 22 25 32

Player Wampler, Billy McMurray, De'Antae Timmer, Reed Arogundade, Ore McGlynn, Nick Rivers, C.J. Woodward, Graham Thomas, T.J. Enevold, Jacob Rutter, A.J. Schlatter, Casey Dolven, Johannes Kuenstling, Kory TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 3-10 5-13 2-8 1-2 1-4 2-2 2-9 0-4 2-2 1-1 2-3 1-2 1-1 23-61

3pt 2-7 3-8 0-2 1-2 0-2 0-0 1-5 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 9-28

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-35 25.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-17 17.6% F Throw % 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

ft 0-0 0-0 7-8 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 10-16

tr 1 5 2 1 3 3 2 0 0 0 3 1 1 6 28

pf 3 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 14

tp 8 13 11 3 2 6 6 0 4 3 5 2 2 0 65

a 0 1 2 1 0 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 10

to 3 3 1 1 1 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 15

blk 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

s 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 7

min 26 27 23 17 9 21 26 14 8 4 12 4 9 0 200

2nd Half: 14-26 53.8% Game: 37.7% 2nd Half: 6-11 54.5% Game: 32.1% 2nd Half: 10-16 62.5% Game: 62.5%

WICHITA STATE (13-3, 3-0 MVC) ## 01 02 11 21 32 00 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 24 25 33

76

Game 18 |

Jan. 4, 2017 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena Drake (3-12, 1-2).................................21 44 - 65 Wichita St. (13-3, 3-0).......................51 39 - 90

Player BROWN, Zach SMITH, Daishon SHAMET, Landry WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis KELLY, Rashard KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno MORRIS, Shaquille HAMILTON, Eric FRANKAMP, Conner TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 3-9 5-11 5-8 5-11 4-8 2-2 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 2-3 6-11 1-2 1-4 37-76

3pt 0-3 3-6 1-3 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-4 8-24

ft 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 8-11

tr 5 2 5 7 11 1 1 1 0 0 5 0 4 7 1 0 4 54

pf 2 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 15

tp 9 13 11 10 10 4 3 2 0 0 5 0 5 13 2 3 0 90

a 0 2 5 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 3 0 19

to 3 3 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 14

blk 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

s 1 3 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 11

min 17 19 24 17 23 10 6 2 2 2 19 4 19 15 4 17 0 200

WICHITA STATE (14-3, 4-0 MVC) ## 01 02 11 21 32 00 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 24 25 33

Player BROWN, Zach SMITH, Daishon SHAMET, Landry WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis KELLY, Rashard KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno MORRIS, Shaquille HAMILTON, Eric FRANKAMP, Conner TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-4 1-4 6-10 2-5 1-2 2-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-6 0-0 6-7 1-4 0-1 4-7 27-55

3pt 0-1 0-2 5-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 3-4 11-20

ft 1-2 4-4 0-0 2-2 6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 15-16

tr 4 1 0 3 5 4 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 2 2 1 4 34

pf 2 3 2 3 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 0 0 23

tp 5 6 17 6 8 4 0 0 0 0 6 0 13 2 2 11 0 80

a 0 3 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 15

to 2 0 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 9

blk 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

s 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6

min 19 23 34 17 22 14 1 1 1 1 12 1 23 7 4 20 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-29 48.3% 2nd Half: 13-26 50.0% Game: 49.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 7-14 50.0% 2nd Half: 4-6 66.7% Game: 55.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-4 100% 2nd Half: 11-12 91.7% Game: 93.8%

Player Carlson, Klint * McCloud, Juwan * Morgan, Jeremy * Ashton, Jordan * Koch, Bennett * Friedman, Ted de Souza, Rafael Conrey, Lincoln Dahl, Justin Brown, Isaiah Haldeman, Spencer McDonnell, Luke TEAM Totals..............

fg 5-14 1-5 5-11 3-5 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 3-5 2-6 22-51

3pt 0-6 0-1 2-5 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 1-5 7-24

ft 2-2 0-0 3-4 4-4 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 15-16

tr 10 2 4 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 25

Player Ingram, Donte * Custer, Clayton * Richardson, Ben * Kirby, Maurice * Doyle, Milton * Skokna, Bruno Satterwhite, Cameron Jackson, Aundre Smith, Tyson Granic, Vlatko TEAM Totals..............

fg 4-7 4-12 2-6 0-2 7-18 0-0 0-2 7-7 0-0 1-1 25-55

3pt 3-4 2-7 2-4 0-0 1-8 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 9-25

ft 3-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 8-10 0-0 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-2 16-22

tr 8 1 3 3 7 1 0 7 0 1 4 35

pf 3 4 4 0 3 0 1 3 0 2 0 20

tp 14 10 6 1 23 0 0 18 0 3 0 75

a 2 2 1 0 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 14

to 1 3 1 1 3 0 1 3 0 0 0 13

blk 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

s 1 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 6

min 34 28 37 12 35 7 9 27 4 7 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-22 50.0% 2nd Half: 14-33 42.4% Game: 45.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-7 42.9% 2nd Half: 6-18 33.3% Game: 36.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 10-14 71.4% 2nd Half: 6-8 75.0% Game: 72.7%

WICHITA STATE (15-3, 5-0 MVC)

NORTHERN IOWA (5-10, 0-4 MVC) ## 02 13 20 23 25 03 05 12 15 24 30 34

LOYOLA (12-6, 2-3 MVC) ## 00 13 14 31 35 04 23 24 25 32

pf 0 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 5 4 0 18

tp 12 2 15 12 8 0 0 0 2 0 10 5 0 66

a 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 8

to 2 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 11

blk 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4

s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 35 19 33 37 18 2 1 1 1 14 19 20 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 21-43 48.8% 2nd Half: 16-33 48.5% Game: 48.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-9 33.3% 2nd Half: 5-15 33.3% Game: 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-6 100% 2nd Half: 2-5 40.0% Game: 72.7%

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-24 41.7% 2nd Half: 12-27 44.4% Game: 43.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-14 28.6% 2nd Half: 3-10 30.0% Game: 29.2% F Throw % 1st Half: 8-9 88.9% 2nd Half: 7-7 100% Game: 93.8%

Officials: Don Daily, Ed Crenshaw, Jeb Hartness Attendance: 10,383 Largest lead-DU None, WSU by 37 2nd-16:40. DU led for 00:00. WSU led for 39:17. Game was tied for 00:43.

Officials: John Higgins, Paul Janssen, Kipp Kissinger Attendance: 5,547 Largest lead-WSU by 18 2nd-03:26, UNI by 4 1st-11:06. WSU led for 35:06. UNI led for 04:41. Game was tied for 00:13.

## 01 02 11 21 32 00 12 20 24 33

Player BROWN, Zach SMITH, Daishon SHAMET, Landry WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis KELLY, Rashard REAVES, Austin NURGER, Rauno MORRIS, Shaquille FRANKAMP, Conner TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-6 3-4 3-7 5-6 8-11 2-3 0-1 1-2 1-3 3-9 28-52

3pt 1-5 1-1 2-5 0-0 4-5 2-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 2-7 12-27

ft 2-4 3-4 3-5 0-2 6-7 1-2 3-3 0-0 1-2 0-0 19-29

tr 2 3 5 5 4 2 2 6 0 0 1 30

pf 2 4 2 3 2 0 1 3 1 1 0 19

tp 7 10 11 10 26 7 3 2 3 8 0 87

a 2 1 3 1 2 1 2 2 1 3 0 18

to 0 1 2 2 1 0 1 2 3 0 0 12

blk 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3

s 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 4

min 24 16 29 16 30 12 16 20 13 24 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 17-27 63.0% 2nd Half: 11-25 44.0% Game: 53.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 7-14 50.0% 2nd Half: 5-13 38.5% Game: 44.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 8-11 72.7% 2nd Half: 11-18 61.1% Game: 65.5% Officials: Jeff Malham, Darron George, Tim Fitzgerald Attendance: 10,506 Largest lead-LUC by 3 1st-18:30, WSU by 19 2nd-17:21. LUC led for 04:42. WSU led for 33:47. Game was tied for 01:31.


SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE Game 19 | @ Illinois St.

Game 20 | @ Evansville

Game 21 |

Indiana State

Jan. 14, 2017 | Normal, Ill. | Redbird Arena rv/rv Wichita St. (15-4, 5-1)....................27 35 - 62 llinois St. (14-4, 6-0)..........................36 40 - 76

Jan. 17, 2017 | Evansville, Ind. | Ford Center Wichita St. (16-4, 6-1).......................30 52 - 82 Evansville (10-10, 1-6).........................33 32 - 65

Jan. 21, 2017 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena Indiana St. (7-13, 1-7)..........................22 36 - 58 Wichita St. (17-4, 7-1).......................37 47 - 84

WSU's three-year stay atop the MVC standings ended abruptly with a loss at co-leader Illinois State. WSU (5-1 MVC) lost its share of the conference lead for the first time since the end of the 2012-13 season when it dropped a winner-take-all finale at Creighton for the league's regular season crown. ISU (6-0 MVC) shot 54 percent and hit 10-of-22 threepoint attempts. The host Redbirds snared the lead midway through the first half and fended off a pair of Shocker runs down the stretch to grab sole possession of first-place for the first time since the 1997-98 season. WSU shot 34.9 percent and saw its seven-game road winning streak come to an end. Darral Willis Jr. finished with 14 points and nine rebounds, and Landry Shamet added 14 points, eight boards and a team-high six assists. ISU's MiKyle McIntosh finished with a game-high 20 points on 7-of-9 shooting.

Down 13 late in the first half, WSU outscored Evansville 63-33 over the final 25 minutes. Shaquille Morris nabbed his first career double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Conner Frankamp went 4-for-4 from three on his way to 14 points. Rauno Nurger (12), Landry Shamet (11) and Darral Willis Jr. (11) also scored in double-figures. WSU recorded its eighth straight win vs. Evansville, while also handing the Aces their first three-game losing streak in the Ford Center. Jaylon Brown led Evansvillewith a game-high 28 points, Ryan Taylor added 17, but no other Evansville player scored more than four points. The Shockers shot 67 percent from the field in the second half and 51 percent overall. WSU converted on 11-of-19 attempts from beyond the arc, good for 58%. The Purple Aces then extended their lead to 13, 3219, after an 8-0 run near the 5:00 mark. Thanks to an 11-1 run to close out the first half, Wichita State went into the locker room only trailing by three, 33-30.

Behind a career-high 24 points from Shaquille Morris, WSU posted its 10th-straight series win over ISU. It took the Shockers less than 10 minutes to built up a 20-point lead. Austin Reaves' breakaway dunk capped a 13-0 run to make it 24-4. Shaquille Morris (12-of-15 at the foul line) paced WSU in points (24), rebounds (8), assists (4) and blocks (2), becoming the first Shocker in four years to lead four categories on the same night. He was named MVC Player of the Week for Jan. 16-22. Markis McDuffie added 16 points (12 in the second half) to move past the 500-mark for his career, and Reaves added 11 points and three steals. For ISU, Matt Van Scyoc went 3-of-5 from three and finished with a team-high 14, but his teammates combined to hit just 2-of-18 from deep. The Sycamores finished 33.3 percent overall from the field. WSU converted 30 Sycamore fouls into 30 points at the free throw line and finished +9 in turnovers (6:15) WSU claimed its fourth straight regular season sweep of the Sycamores.

WICHITA STATE (16-4, 6-1 MVC)

## 00 04 12 32 34 01 02 03 05 13 30 41 42

WICHITA STATE (15-4, 5-1 MVC) ## 01 21 32 02 11 00 03 12 14 20 24 25 33

Player BROWN, Zach WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis SMITH, Daishon SHAMET, Landry KELLY, Rashard KEYSER, C.J. REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno MORRIS, Shaquille HAMILTON, Eric FRANKAMP, Conner TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-5 6-13 4-12 1-4 3-9 0-1 0-0 0-4 0-0 1-3 3-6 0-0 2-6 22-63

3pt 1-3 0-0 2-6 0-2 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-5 7-21

ft 1-2 2-3 1-2 0-0 6-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-15

tr 2 9 3 0 8 2 0 0 0 2 5 0 1 3 35

pf 0 3 4 1 1 3 0 0 0 2 3 0 4 0 21

tp 6 14 11 2 14 0 0 0 0 3 6 0 6 0 62

a 2 0 1 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 13

to 3 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 13

blk 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 5

s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3

min 15 32 23 14 33 7 1 14 1 14 20 1 25 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-29 34.5% 2nd Half: 12-34 35.3% Game: 34.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% 2nd Half: 5-13 38.5% Game: 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-7 71.4% 2nd Half: 6-8 75.0% Game: 73.3%

ILLINOIS STATE (14-4, 6-0) ## 10 11 23 01 12 02 03 04

Player Fayne,Phil McIntosh,MiKyle Hawkins,Deontae Lee,Paris Wills,Tony Clayton,DJ Evans,Keyshawn Ndiaye,Daouda TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-7 7-9 5-9 3-10 2-4 5-5 2-4 0-0 26-48

3pt 0-0 1-2 3-7 2-5 2-4 0-0 2-4 0-0 10-22

ft 0-1 5-5 1-2 2-3 1-4 1-2 4-4 0-0 14-21

tr 8 5 8 3 5 2 0 0 3 34

pf 2 4 4 1 2 4 0 2 0 19

tp 4 20 14 10 7 11 10 0 0 76

a 0 4 1 6 1 2 2 0 0 16

to 0 6 0 3 0 2 1 0 2 14

blk 3 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 8

s 2 0 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 9

min 28 27 33 30 30 28 18 6 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-27 48.1% 2nd Half: 13-21 61.9% Game: 54.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 6-15 40.0% 2nd Half: 4-7 57.1% Game: 45.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-7 57.1% 2nd Half: 10-14 71.4% Game: 66.7% Officials: Tom O'Neill, Bo Boroski, Terry Davis Attendance: 9,078 Largest lead-WSU by 2 1st-12:17, ILS by 14 2nd-01:37. WSU led for 04:02. ILS led for 32:03. Game was tied for 03:55.

## 21 32 24 11 33 00 01 02 12 20 25

Player WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis MORRIS, Shaquille SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard BROWN, Zach SMITH, Daishon REAVES, Austin NURGER, Rauno HAMILTON, Eric TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 4-6 2-5 5-11 3-7 5-6 2-3 1-5 0-0 1-3 5-7 0-2 28-55

3pt 0-0 0-1 1-1 2-4 4-4 1-2 1-4 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-0 11-19

ft 3-7 1-2 6-6 3-3 0-0 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 15-24

tr 3 4 10 2 1 5 0 0 1 3 1 3 33

pf 3 2 2 0 1 3 4 1 0 2 0 0 18

tp 11 5 17 11 14 5 4 0 3 12 0 0 82

a 1 2 2 5 1 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 17

to 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 6

blk 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

s 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 7

min 18 26 22 33 23 18 21 6 15 16 2 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-28 35.7% 2nd Half: 18-27 66.7% Game: 50.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-7 42.9% 2nd Half: 8-12 66.7% Game: 57.9% F Throw % 1st Half: 7-12 58.3% 2nd Half: 8-12 66.7% Game: 62.5%

EVANSVILLE (10-10, 1-6 MVC) ## 05 14 00 03 12 02 04 15 23 25 44

Player Hainna, Solomon Vucetic, Sergej Taylor, Ryan Brown, Jaylon Smith, Dru Benzon, Christian Eaves, Jaiveon Traore, Dalen Wiley, Willie Gibson, Duane Howard, David TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-4 2-4 6-16 9-14 1-4 0-2 1-3 1-2 1-2 0-1 0-0 23-52

3pt 0-1 0-0 2-6 4-6 0-3 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-19

ft 0-0 0-3 3-3 6-7 2-2 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 13-19

tr 0 3 2 4 9 0 1 3 3 2 0 4 31

pf 3 4 2 0 4 2 1 0 3 1 1 0 21

tp 4 4 17 28 4 1 2 3 2 0 0 0 65

a 1 0 1 4 7 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 15

to 0 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 12

blk 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

min 12 25 31 39 33 11 9 9 16 9 6 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-26 46.2% 2nd Half: 11-26 42.3% Game: 44.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd Half: 3-11 27.3% Game: 31.6% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-10 60.0% 2nd Half: 7-9 77.8% Game: 68.4% Officials: Joe DeRosa, Gerry Pollard, Gary Maxwell Attendance: 4,019 Largest lead-WSU by 18 2nd-02:45, UE by 13 1st-04:09. WSU led for 15:32. UE led for 20:54. Game was tied for 03:34.

INDIANA STATE (7-13, 1-7 MVC) Player Clemons, Everett Scott, Brenton Bunschoten, Niels Paige, Laquarious Murphy, Brandon Ojinnaka, Demonte Barnes, Jordan Knight III, Trey Kessinger, Bronson Franklin, Donovan Van Scyoc, Matt Rickman, Emondre Bell, TJ TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 5-11 1-7 1-5 2-3 1-1 2-4 1-8 1-2 0-1 0-5 4-7 0-2 2-4 20-60

3pt 0-0 0-3 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-5 0-1 0-0 0-4 3-5 0-0 0-0 5-23

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-30 26.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-14 21.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-4 75.0%

ft 2-2 1-2 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-4 2-2 3-3 0-0 0-0 13-18

tr 4 5 0 1 1 4 4 2 2 0 4 2 4 5 38

pf 1 1 4 2 3 2 1 0 4 2 3 3 4 0 30

tp 12 3 2 5 3 5 3 3 2 2 14 0 4 0 58

a 1 2 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 11

to 1 4 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 15

blk 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3

s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 29 20 19 15 16 13 23 8 5 13 18 9 12 0 199

2nd Half: 12-30 40.0% Game: 33.3% 2nd Half: 2-9 22.2% Game: 21.7% 2nd Half: 10-14 71.4% Game: 72.2%

WICHITA STATE (17-4, 7-1 MVC) ## 01 11 21 24 33 00 02 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 25 32

Player BROWN, Zach SHAMET, Landry WILLIS Jr., Darral MORRIS, Shaquille FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno HAMILTON, Eric McDUFFIE, Markis TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 0-1 3-4 0-4 6-10 2-5 0-3 0-3 3-5 1-2 0-0 0-1 3-4 0-1 1-2 0-1 5-8 24-54

3pt 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-3 6-19

ft 2-2 2-2 4-6 12-15 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 3-5 0-0 2-4 0-0 4-5 30-41

tr 4 0 2 8 2 7 2 0 0 0 1 2 2 3 1 4 2 40

pf 2 3 4 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 19

tp 2 9 4 24 5 0 0 6 2 0 1 11 0 4 0 16 0 84

a 1 0 1 4 3 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 17

to 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 6

blk 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 5

s 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 6

min 13 17 18 21 19 15 17 7 3 3 3 17 6 16 3 22 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-27 44.4% 2nd Half: 12-27 44.4% Game: 44.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-12 33.3% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6% Game: 31.6% F Throw % 1st Half: 9-13 69.2% 2nd Half: 21-28 75.0% Game: 73.2% Officials: Roland Simmons, Zelton Steed, Jeff Campbell Attendance: 10,506 Largest lead-INS None, WSU by 30 2nd-04:04. INS led for 00:00. WSU led for 39:43. Game was tied for 00:17.

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SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE Game 22 |

Southern Illinois

Game 23 | @ Bradley Jan. 29, 2017 | Peoria, Ill. | Carver Arena Wichita St. (19-4, 9-1).......................20 44 - 64 Bradley (8-15, 3-7)..............................25 24 - 49

Feb. 1, 2017 | Des Moines, Iowa | Knapp Center rv/rv Wichita St. (20-4, 10-1)...............39 38 - 77 Drake (7-16, 5-6).................................35 34 - 69

The Shockers shot 56% from the field and held visiting Southern Illinois to less than 28% in one of the most lopsided conference wins in program history. The 42-point victory tied for the fourth-largest margin by a Shocker team in its 72 MVC seasons (just five points shy of the record, set in 1962 vs. North Texas). Markis McDuffie finished a rebound shy of a double-double with 20 points and nine rebounds, while shooting 8-of-12 from the field. Darral Willis Jr. added 15 points and Shaquille Morris finished with 10 points and six boards. WSU won its eighth-straight against Southern Illinois. For the game, WSU shot 56 percent and swished 9-of-19 attempts from long range. SIU missed 11-of-12 three-point attempts. WSU outrebounded the Salukis by 20 (47-27). Sean O'Brien led SIU with 12 points to go with 10 from Armon Fletcher. The Salukis finished with just three assists on 15 baskets. WSU used a 9-0 run early in the second half to expand a 17-point halftime lead to 48-24. The margin ballooned to 66-36 with 8:00 to play and to 77-38 near the 5:00-mark.

Wichita State overcame a sluggish first half to down upset-minded Bradley at Carver Arena. Landry Shamet scored a game-high 19 points on 6-of-8 shooting and dealt out six assists. Conner Frankamp scored 15 points on 6-of-10 shooting to go with a career-high six rebounds and three steals. Both players went 3-of-5 from beyond the arc. Markis McDuffie finished with nine points and pulled down a career-best 14 rebounds (most by a Shocker in nearly two years). WSU's 15th-straight win over Bradley tied a program record for consecutive victories over an MVC opponent. WSU also won 15-in-a-row against Drake from 1979-85. The Shockers had more turnovers (13) than field goals (8) in the first half but recovered to shoot 15-of-25 (.600) over the final 20 minutes. After trailing by eight points with a minute to play in the first, the Shockers outscored the Braves 47-24 the rest of the way. The Shockers committed their 16th turnover at the 17:25 mark of the second half – topping their previous season high – but they committed just two more the rest of the way.

Gregg Marshall earned his 250th win as Shocker head coach and clinched an eighth straight 20-win season. WSU trailed by eight points with 11:28 to play, but Rashard Kelly scored seven of his 13 points over a crucial three-minute stretch to wipe out the deficit. Kelly's dunk near the 8:00-minute mark gave the Shockers the lead for good. Landry Shamet scored a team-high 17 points. Conner Frankamp notched a new career-high with 16. Shamet (3-of-5) and Frankamp (4-of-8) combined for seven of the Shockers' nine three-pointers. Markis McDuffie's 1-for-8 shooting night didn't stop him from making an impact. He posted his second straight 14-rebound game and dished out a career-high eight assists (most by a Shocker in 2016-17). Shaquille Morris added a double-double with 10 points and 11 boards, and Zach Brown and Rauno Nurger each chipped in eight points. Drake's De'Antae McMurray scored 28 points.

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (11-11, 4-5 MVC)

## 01 21 32 11 33 00 02 03 20 24

## 00 01 22 33 40 02 10 15 24

Player Wiley,Jonathan Rodriguez,Mike Fletcher,Armon O'Brien,Sean Bol,Thik Cook,Chrishawn Cook,Aaron Weiher,Austin Stradnieks,Rudy TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 1-6 2-11 4-10 4-8 1-5 0-0 2-8 0-2 1-4 15-54

3pt 0-0 0-1 1-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-1 0-2 1-12

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-29 31.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-10 10.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-8 37.5%

ft 3-4 2-4 1-1 4-4 2-2 0-0 1-4 1-2 0-2 14-23

tr 5 1 5 5 3 0 1 2 1 4 27

pf 4 0 4 4 3 0 0 3 1 0 19

tp 5 6 10 12 4 0 5 1 2 0 45

a 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3

to 1 2 2 3 2 1 2 0 0 0 13

blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 7

min 28 34 30 26 23 1 26 16 16 0 200

2nd Half: 6-25 24.0% Game: 27.8% 2nd Half: 0-2 0.0% Game: 8.3% 2nd Half: 11-15 73.3% Game: 60.9%

## 01 11 24 32 33 00 02 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 21 25

Player BROWN, Zach SHAMET, Landry MORRIS, Shaquille McDUFFIE, Markis FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-6 1-2 3-7 8-12 1-2 1-2 1-2 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 2-4 7-8 3-5 32-57

3pt 1-3 1-2 1-1 0-2 1-2 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-1 9-19

ft 1-2 0-0 3-3 4-5 0-1 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-2 1-1 14-20

tr 3 1 6 9 3 4 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 5 3 4 2 47

pf 1 4 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 4 1 0 20

WICHITA STATE (19-4, 9-1 MVC) Player BROWN, Zach WILLIS Jr., Darral McDUFFIE, Markis SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. NURGER, Rauno MORRIS, Shaquille TEAM Totals..............

f f f g g

fg 1-4 2-6 2-7 6-8 6-10 3-5 0-3 0-2 2-4 1-3 23-52

3pt 0-1 0-0 0-3 3-5 3-6 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 6-19

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-26 30.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-10 10.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-3 100%

ft 0-0 0-0 5-6 4-5 0-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 12-17

tr 1 5 14 2 6 6 2 1 3 3 3 46

pf 2 2 2 3 0 1 2 2 2 1 0 17

tp 2 4 9 19 15 7 0 0 6 2 0 64

a 0 1 2 6 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 14

to 1 2 3 3 3 1 0 1 1 3 0 18

blk 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2

s 0 0 1 0 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 8

min 15 17 36 36 36 18 8 2 19 13 0 200

2nd Half: 15-26 57.7% Game: 44.2% 2nd Half: 5-9 55.6% Game: 31.6% 2nd Half: 9-14 64.3% Game: 70.6%

BRADLEY (8-15, 3-7 MVC)

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (18-4, 8-1 MVC) tp 6 3 10 20 3 4 3 6 2 0 0 0 0 7 15 8 0 87

a 1 1 0 2 4 4 2 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 21

to 2 0 4 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 13

blk 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

s 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

min 16 16 18 28 20 13 15 9 4 4 4 17 5 10 16 5 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-26 53.8% 2nd Half: 18-31 58.1% Game: 56.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd Half: 6-11 54.5% Game: 47.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 8-12 66.7% 2nd Half: 6-8 75.0% Game: 70.0% Officials: Bert Smith, Randy Heimerman, Mike Stuart Attendance: 10,506 Largest lead-SIU None, WSU by 44 2nd-00:50. SIU led for 00:00. WSU led for 37:44. Game was tied for 02:15.

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Game 24 | @ Drake

Jan. 24, 2017 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena So. Illinois (11-11, 4-5).........................22 23 - 45 Wichita St. (18-4, 8-1).......................39 48 - 87

## 01 12 03 05 25 13 24 30 35

Player Thomas, Donte Bar, Koch Pittman, Antoine Brown, Darrell Kennell, Nate van Bree, Luuk McGlaston, JoJo Barker, Callum Hodgson, Jayden TEAM Totals..............

f c g g g

fg 1-5 2-5 2-7 6-13 3-5 1-8 2-8 0-0 2-5 19-56

3pt 0-1 0-0 0-1 2-5 0-1 0-4 1-4 0-0 1-3 4-19

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-27 33.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-10 30.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-4 100%

ft 2-2 0-0 1-3 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-11

tr 4 3 2 0 5 2 8 1 1 1 27

pf 3 4 1 2 2 4 1 0 2 0 19

tp 4 4 5 18 6 2 5 0 5 0 49

a 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 7

to 0 0 1 4 3 2 1 0 2 0 13

blk 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4

s 2 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 2 0 11

min 26 24 20 34 25 22 21 5 23 0 200

2nd Half: 10-29 34.5% Game: 33.9% 2nd Half: 1-9 11.1% Game: 21.1% 2nd Half: 3-7 42.9% Game: 63.6%

Officials: Gerry Pollard, Paul Janssen, Ray Natili Attendance: 6,001 Largest lead-WSU by 15 2nd-02:55, BRAD by 8 1st-00:56. WSU led for 27:47. BRAD led for 09:42. Game was tied for 02:31.

WICHITA STATE (20-4, 10-1 MVC) ## 01 32 24 11 33 00 02 03 20 21

Player BROWN, Zach McDUFFIE, Markis MORRIS, Shaquille SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 3-8 1-8 5-12 6-10 6-10 5-6 1-3 0-0 4-7 0-2 31-66

3pt 2-4 0-2 0-2 3-4 4-8 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 9-23

ft 0-0 1-2 0-1 2-2 0-0 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-10

tr 1 14 11 2 2 6 0 0 4 1 2 43

pf 1 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 13

tp 8 3 10 17 16 13 2 0 8 0 0 77

a 3 8 1 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 19

to 0 2 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 9

blk 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 3

s 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4

min 29 29 23 36 34 13 10 1 18 7 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-39 41.0% 2nd Half: 15-27 55.6% Game: 47.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-14 35.7% 2nd Half: 4-9 44.4% Game: 39.1% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0% 2nd Half: 4-6 66.7% Game: 60.0%

DRAKE (7-16, 5-6 MVC) ## 10 35 04 12 23 00 02 03 11 22

Player Thomas, T.J. McGlynn, Nick McMurray, De'Antae Timmer, Reed Arogundade, Ore Rivers, C.J. Wampler, Billy Woodward, Graham Enevold, Jacob Schlatter, Casey TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 2-7 3-7 8-16 2-11 2-6 1-2 1-4 3-4 1-2 0-2 23-61

3pt 0-1 1-3 5-10 1-5 1-4 0-0 1-3 2-3 0-0 0-0 11-29

ft 0-0 0-0 7-8 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-2 12-14

tr 9 4 3 2 3 1 2 3 2 2 3 34

pf 0 4 1 1 4 2 0 1 0 2 0 15

tp 4 7 28 7 5 2 3 8 4 1 0 69

a 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 10

to 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 8

blk 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2

s 2 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7

min 30 27 32 26 29 10 9 14 13 10 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-33 36.4% 2nd Half: 11-28 39.3% Game: 37.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-12 41.7% 2nd Half: 6-17 35.3% Game: 37.9% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-6 100% 2nd Half: 6-8 75.0% Game: 85.7% Officials: Ed Crenshaw, Steve Olson, Jeff Campbell Attendance: 3,024 Largest lead-WSU by 9 2nd-00:56, DU by 8 2nd-11:28. WSU led for 24:05. DU led for 12:50. Game was tied for 03:05.


SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE Game 25 |

Illinois St.

Game 26 |

Missouri St.

Game 27 | @ Loyola Chicago

Feb. 4, 2017 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena rv/- Illinois St. (19-5, 11-1)....................22 23 - 45 rv/rv Wichita St. (21-4, 11-1)...............35 51 - 86

Feb. 9, 2017 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena Missouri St. (15-11, 6-7)......................21 41 - 62 rv/rv Wichita St. (22-4, 12-1)...............48 32 - 80

Feb. 12, 2017 | Chicago, Ill. | Gentile Arena rv/rv Wichita St. (23-4, 13-1)...............40 41 - 81 Loyola Chicago (16-11, 6-8).................36 28 - 64

WSU regained a share of first place and avenged its lone MVC loss with a 41-point dismantling of ISU. Up 22-20 with six minutes to play in the first half, WSU outscored the visiting Redbirds 35-4 over the next 12 minutes of action to pull away. Conner Frankamp (18 points, 4-of-6 from three), was later named MVC Player of the Week. Markis McDuffie added 16... Shaquille Morris tallied his third double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds... Zach Brown added 10 points and teamed with McDuffie to limit ISU's Paris Lee to four points on 2-of-11 from the field. WSU posted the most lopsided win in series history (41 points) and looked like an entirely different team than the one that fell by 14 in Normal three weeks prior. The Shockers put up 86 points on 56.6% shooting, including 73% in the second half (19-of-26). The 55-point swing between games was WSU's largest ever in a Valley home-and-home, topping the previous record of 49, set by the 1972-73 Shockers, who lost by seven points at West Texas State but beat the Aggies a week later in Wichita by 42 (103-61).

Five Shockers reached double-figures, and WSU used a dominant first half to steamroll Missouri State. Helped by runs of 12-0, 17-2 and 18-0, the Shockers needed just 22 minutes to build a 34-point lead. WSU won its seventh straight game and kept pace with Illinois State atop the conference standings with five games to go. Shaquille Morris led a balanced attack with 13 points, and Zach Brown added 12. Darral Willis Jr., Rauno Nurger and Conner Frankamp tacked on 10 points apiece. WSU hit 55% in the first half and finished at 46.3% for the game on 10-of-22 shooting from deep. The Shockers scored 27 off of 21 MSU turnovers. MSU was a chilly 28.6% from the field in the first-half. but rallied to reach 37% for the night. The Bears were 7-of-11 from three after halftime MSU outrebounded WSU for the first time since 2011 (41-34), but the Shockers continued their overall mastery, posting their 13th consecutive win over the Bears.

Landry Shamet and Conner Frankamp scored 16each and WSU wore down Loyola's explosive offense. A Shocker team that ranked in the top-five nationally in field goal percentage defense held the nation's sixth-best shooting team to 24% in the second half and a season-low 34.5% overall. WSU held its seventh straight foe under 40%. Frankamp scored all 16 of his points in the second half. After taking just one shot in the first 20 minutes, he knocked down 7-of-12 the rest of the way. Shamet flirted with a triple-double with seven rebounds and seven assists with just one turnover. Shamet also tied Randy Burns' freshman record of 16-consecutive games with a three-pointer. Shaquille Morris finished a rebound shy of a double-double with 10 points and nine boards. The Ramblers made 12 of their first 23 shots over the first 14:00 but just 8-of-35 the rest of the way (.229). After being outrebounded by five in Wichita, WSU finished plus-15 on the glass (42-27). WSU won its 11th-straight against Loyola. The Shockers picked up their 20th double-figure win of the season. They've reached that mark in every season since 2010-11.

ILLINOIS STATE (19-5, 11-1 MVC) ## 10 23 01 02 12 03 04 05 15 25 31

Player Fayne,Phil Hawkins,Deontae Lee,Paris Clayton,DJ Wills,Tony Evans,Keyshawn Ndiaye,Daouda Hein,Matt Washington,Andre Williams,Madison Thompson,Javaka TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 4-6 2-10 2-11 1-3 3-7 3-8 0-2 0-0 0-0 3-7 0-0 18-54

3pt 0-0 2-6 0-5 0-1 0-2 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 4-22

ft 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-0 1-3 1-2 5-11

tr 1 3 1 2 3 0 8 0 0 2 0 9 29

pf 4 2 1 3 1 2 2 0 3 2 0 0 20

tp 9 6 4 2 6 8 0 2 0 7 1 0 45

a 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 6

to 0 3 2 3 2 2 1 0 2 3 1 0 19

blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

s 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 4

min 18 23 25 25 25 22 21 3 8 18 12 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-34 29.4% 2nd Half: 8-20 40.0% Game: 33.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-15 13.3% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6% Game: 18.2% F Throw % 1st Half: 0-1 0.0% 2nd Half: 5-10 50.0% Game: 45.5%

Player BROWN, Zach McDUFFIE, Markis MORRIS, Shaquille SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 3-7 5-7 4-7 3-7 6-10 1-1 0-2 2-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 1-2 3-4 1-1 30-53

3pt 1-5 1-3 0-0 1-5 4-6 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-21

ft 3-4 5-6 3-4 0-0 2-2 2-2 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 18-22

## 04 05 10 15 24 00 01 11 20 21 33 35 50

Player Dequon Miller Obediah Church Jarrid Rhodes Austin Ruder Alize Johnson Jordan Martin Robin Thompson Jarred Dixon Ryan Kreklow Ross Owens Chris Kendrix Tyrie Hill-Thomas Tyler McCullough TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 3-12 0-2 2-7 2-5 4-11 2-3 1-1 0-1 3-4 0-0 3-8 0-0 0-0 20-54

3pt 1-6 0-0 1-2 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 9-19

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-28 28.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-4 75.0%

ft 2-4 0-2 0-0 0-0 3-4 3-6 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 13-24

tr 2 7 0 2 5 4 0 2 2 2 7 0 0 8 41

pf 1 2 0 3 4 2 2 2 4 0 3 0 0 0 23

tp 9 0 5 6 11 7 2 2 9 0 11 0 0 0 62

a 3 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 9

to 2 5 2 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 1 21

blk 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

s 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 6

min 34 20 16 22 24 13 2 14 21 2 27 2 3 0 200

2nd Half: 12-26 46.2% Game: 37.0% 2nd Half: 7-11 63.6% Game: 47.4% 2nd Half: 10-20 50.0% Game: 54.2%

WICHITA STATE (23-4, 13-1 MVC) ## 01 32 24 11 33 00 02 03 05 12 20 21 25

WICHITA STATE (22-4, 12-1 MVC)

WICHITA STATE (21-4, 11-1 MVC) ## 01 32 24 11 33 00 02 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 21 25

MISSOURI STATE (15-11, 6-7 MVC)

tr 3 5 11 0 0 7 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 4 37

pf 1 2 0 0 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 2 1 0 17

tp 10 16 11 7 18 5 1 6 0 0 0 0 2 2 6 2 0 86

a 5 1 0 2 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 17

to 0 1 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 11

blk 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

s 1 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 10

min 22 20 21 23 28 18 14 6 2 3 2 7 4 14 12 4 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-27 40.7% 2nd Half: 19-26 73.1% Game: 56.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-14 28.6% 2nd Half: 4-7 57.1% Game: 38.1% F Throw % 1st Half: 9-13 69.2% 2nd Half: 9-9 100% Game: 81.8% Officials: Bert Smith, Randy Heimerman, Roland Simmons Attendance: 10,506 Largest lead-ILS by 1 1st-11:08, WSU by 44 2nd-01:37. ILS led for 01:17. WSU led for 36:43. Game was tied for 02:00.

## 01 11 24 32 33 00 02 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 21 25

Player BROWN, Zach SHAMET, Landry MORRIS, Shaquille McDUFFIE, Markis FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 3-7 2-6 5-8 0-3 2-5 1-1 2-4 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 4-5 4-8 1-3 25-54

3pt 1-4 2-4 0-1 0-1 2-4 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-1 10-22

ft 5-6 1-2 3-3 1-2 4-4 0-2 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-2 20-31

tr 1 1 4 3 1 4 3 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 4 3 4 34

pf 2 0 1 3 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 1 0 18

tp 12 7 13 1 10 2 8 0 0 0 0 5 0 10 10 2 0 80

a 2 2 1 5 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 19

to 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 11

blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3

s 3 0 0 1 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 11

min 26 23 19 25 24 12 14 4 2 3 1 11 4 13 14 5 0 200

Player BROWN, Zach McDUFFIE, Markis MORRIS, Shaquille SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BUSH, Zach REAVES, Austin NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 3-4 3-8 4-7 5-9 7-13 4-4 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-3 0-2 0-2 0-0 28-53

3pt 2-3 1-4 0-0 1-3 2-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-16

ft 0-0 4-5 2-2 5-6 0-0 2-3 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 17-20

tr 4 6 9 7 4 6 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 42

pf 2 4 4 3 1 4 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 22

tp 8 11 10 16 16 11 2 2 0 3 2 0 0 0 81

a 0 2 1 7 4 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 18

to 3 2 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 14

blk 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

s 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

min 31 35 21 32 30 15 11 1 0+ 7 11 6 0+ 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-26 50.0% 2nd Half: 15-27 55.6% Game: 52.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-9 55.6% 2nd Half: 3-7 42.9% Game: 50.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 9-11 81.8% 2nd Half: 8-9 88.9% Game: 85.0%

LOYOLA CHICAGO (16-11, 6-8 MVC) ## 00 31 13 14 35 01 04 23 24 25 32

Player Ingram, Donte * Kirby, Maurice * Custer, Clayton * Richardson, Ben * Doyle, Milton * Lisha, Glorind Skokna, Bruno Satterwhite, Cameron Jackson, Aundre Smith, Tyson Granic, Vlatko TEAM Totals..............

fg 3-9 1-1 6-16 1-4 3-14 0-1 0-1 0-1 6-9 0-1 0-1 20-58

3pt 2-5 0-0 1-7 1-2 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 5-20

ft 0-0 0-1 6-6 1-2 6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 3-4 0-2 19-24

tr 3 1 2 1 4 0 1 0 3 1 1 10 27

pf 3 2 0 5 4 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 19

tp 8 2 19 4 13 0 0 0 15 3 0 0 64

a 1 1 3 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11

to 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 10

blk 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

s 1 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 8

min 32 12 32 26 35 1 19 7 26 8 2 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-29 55.2% 2nd Half: 9-25 36.0% Game: 46.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-11 45.5% 2nd Half: 5-11 45.5% Game: 45.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 11-16 68.8% 2nd Half: 9-15 60.0% Game: 64.5%

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-33 42.4% 2nd Half: 6-25 24.0% Game: 34.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-12 25.0% 2nd Half: 2-8 25.0% Game: 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-6 83.3% 2nd Half: 14-18 77.8% Game: 79.2%

Officials: John Higgins, Paul Janssen, Don Daily Attendance: 10,506 Largest lead-MSU by 1 1st-17:48, WSU by 34 2nd-17:46. MSU led for 00:25. WSU led for 38:02. Game was tied for 01:33.

Officials: Mike Stuart, Kipp Kissinger, Zelton Steed Attendance: 4,156 Largest lead-WSU by 19 2nd-01:49, LUC by 4 1st-17:18. WSU led for 28:53. LUC led for 05:52. Game was tied for 05:15.

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SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE Game 28 |

Southern Illinois

Game 29 |

Game 30 | Evansville

Feb. 18, 2017 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena No. Iowa (14-13, 9-7)...........................26 18 - 44 rv/rv Wichita St. (25-4, 15-1)...............38 35 - 73

Feb. 21, 2017 | Wichita, Kan. | Charles Koch Arena Evansville (14-16, 5-12).......................32 51 - 83 25/25 Wichita St. (26-4, 16-1)..............48 61 - 109

Frankamp scored all 14 his points in the second half to help visiting WSU pull away from SIU. Up 39-35 at the 18:26-mark, the Shockers exploded for 34 points in 10 minutes to build a 27-point lead. Conner Frankamp started the avalanche with backto-back-to-back threes. He finished 4-for-4 from deep on his way to a team-high 14 points. Landry Shamet added 13 points and dished out six assists with one turnover. He also set a WSU freshman record for consecutive games with a three-pointer (17), breaking Randy Burns' 2002 mark of 16. Markis McDuffie finished with 13 points and three steals. He and Rashard Kelly shared the team-lead with nine rebounds-each. Rauno Nurger scored 12 points in 15 minutes. Shaquille Morris (12 pts, 7 reb.) swatted two shots to move into the top-10 on WSU's career blocks list (88). WSU claimed its 40th road win in four seasons, improving to 40-6 since the start of the 2013-14 season. The Shockers won their fourth-straight in Carbondale (a program best) and their ninth-straight overall vs. SIU. SIU shot 37.8%, including 1-of-13 from three. The Shockers made over half their shots in both halves, finishing at 55.6% overall (10-of-16 from three). WSU won the battle of the boards, 44-27, finishing with more offensive rebounds (16) than SIU had defensive rebounds (14).

WSU won a battle of red-hot teams to secure its 10thstraight victory, holding a UNI club that had won nine of its last 10 games to just 18 second-half points. The Shockers clinched their eighth-consecutive 25win season (most in MVC history). It's one of the five longest active streaks in Division I. The Shockers led 38-32 at the 16:42-mark but outscored the Panthers 35-12 the rest of the way. WSU outrebounded the Panthers 48-23 and held them to 27.5% from the field, marking the ninthstraight game that a Shocker foe has failed to reach 40. Darral Willis Jr. scored nine of his 14 points and grabbed seven of his 11 rebounds in the second half. His third double-double came in just 19 minutes of action. Landry Shamet shared the scoring lead for WSU with 14 points of his own. He was 4-of-6 from three. Markis McDuffie added 12 points and seven rebounds, Rashard Kelly chipped in nine points and seven boards and Conner Frankamp tallied five assists. WSU swept UNI just the third time in 19 seasons. The 29-point win was the largest winning margin for either side in 58 meetings and evened the series at 28-apiece.

The Shockers celebrated their return to the national rankings (AP No. 25) by topping the century mark for the third time – most since the 1982-83 team. 109 points was WSU's highest MVC output since 1988. WSU won its nine-straight over the Aces and maintained a share of the MVC lead with one game to play. Six Shockers scored in double-figures: Markis McDuffie (13), Conner Frankamp (13), Rashard Kelly (13), Landry Shamet (12) and Darral Willis Jr. (11) Walk-ons Zach Bush and John Robert Simon combined for 11 points on Senior Night. Simon was a perfect 3-for-3 from deep. Bush had two points and two assists. WSU's 8-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio was a new school record (24 assists, 3 turnovers). Kelly led the way with a career-high six assists. Simon's first basket was the Shockers' 261st three-pointer of the year – a new single-season mark. WSU shot 53.8% from the field and made 13 treys. Shamet was 4-for-4 and Frankamp finished 3-of-4. Shamet tied with Chad Elstun's freshman record (set in 1992-93) with his 59th three-point field goal UE shot 49.1%. WSU had held its last nine opponents under 40%.

WICHITA STATE (24-4, 14-1 MVC) ## 01 11 24 32 33 00 02 03 12 20 21

Player BROWN, Zach SHAMET, Landry MORRIS, Shaquille McDUFFIE, Markis FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. REAVES, Austin NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 1-5 5-7 6-11 5-6 5-9 2-6 2-3 1-2 1-1 5-9 2-4 35-63

3pt 1-2 2-4 0-0 1-2 4-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 10-16

ft 0-0 1-1 0-0 2-2 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 7-10

tr 2 3 7 9 1 9 2 1 0 4 2 4 44

pf 3 3 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 4 2 0 18

tp 3 13 12 13 14 7 5 2 2 12 4 0 87

a 0 6 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 13

to 0 1 2 5 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 14

blk 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

s 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

min 15 32 22 34 30 23 10 4 10 15 5 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-30 53.3% 2nd Half: 19-33 57.6% Game: 55.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-6 66.7% 2nd Half: 6-10 60.0% Game: 62.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 1-1 100% 2nd Half: 6-9 66.7% Game: 70.0%

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (14-14, 7-8 MVC) ## 33 40 01 13 22 00 05 15 24

Player O'Brien,Sean Bol,Thik Rodriguez,Mike Lloyd,Sean Fletcher,Armon Wiley,Jonathan Vincent,Leo Weiher,Austin Stradnieks,Rudy TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 7-14 4-10 4-11 2-9 3-6 2-4 1-8 0-0 0-0 23-62

3pt 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-3 0-1 0-0 1-5 0-0 0-0 1-13

ft 0-0 2-2 7-8 5-5 2-4 3-3 2-2 0-0 0-0 21-24

tr 8 7 4 1 0 0 2 0 1 4 27

pf 4 2 0 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 13

tp 14 10 15 9 8 7 5 0 0 0 68

a 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4

to 3 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 8

blk 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5

s 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 5

min 28 37 35 29 27 15 25 0+ 4 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-33 33.3% 2nd Half: 12-29 41.4% Game: 37.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-7 14.3% 2nd Half: 0-6 0.0% Game: 7.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 10-10 100% 2nd Half: 11-14 78.6% Game: 87.5% Officials: Gary Maxwell, Brad Ferrie, Darron George Attendance: 4,447 Largest lead-WSU by 27 2nd-08:38, SIU None. WSU led for 39:14. SIU led for 00:00. Game was tied for 00:46.

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Northern Iowa

Feb. 15, 2017 | Carbondale, Ill. | SIU Arena rv/rv Wichita St. (24-4, 14-1)...............37 50 - 87 So. Illinois (14-14, 7-8).........................33 35 - 68

NORTHERN IOWA (14-13, 9-7 MVC) ## 02 13 20 23 25 03 05 15 21 24 30 34

Player Carlson, Klint * McCloud, Juwan * Morgan, Jeremy * Ashton, Jordan * Koch, Bennett * Friedman, Ted de Souza, Rafael Dahl, Justin Rhodes, Hunter Brown, Isaiah Haldeman, Spencer McDonnell, Luke TEAM Totals..............

fg 1-15 1-2 2-11 0-4 4-6 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-3 4-7 0-2 14-51

3pt 1-6 0-0 0-4 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-5 0-1 4-19

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 7-28 25.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-10 30.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 9-10 90.0%

ft 0-0 2-5 4-4 3-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 12-17

tr 3 2 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 23

pf 3 4 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 18

tp 3 4 8 3 9 0 2 0 0 2 13 0 0 44

a 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

to 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 7

blk 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

s 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

min 36 25 32 34 19 2 2 2 0+ 19 19 10 0 200

2nd Half: 7-23 30.4% Game: 27.5% 2nd Half: 1-9 11.1% Game: 21.1% 2nd Half: 3-7 42.9% Game: 70.6%

Player BROWN, Zach SHAMET, Landry MORRIS, Shaquille McDUFFIE, Markis FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric TEAM Totals..............

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fg 1-4 4-9 3-7 4-7 2-7 3-6 0-2 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 4-8 0-0 23-53

3pt 1-3 4-6 0-0 1-3 1-4 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-18

ft 2-2 2-2 2-2 3-3 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-1 6-7 0-0 20-23

Player Taylor, Ryan Benzon, Christian Brown, Jaylon Gibson, Duane Howard, David Eaves, Jaiveon Hainna, Solomon Smith, Dru Vucetic, Sergej Wiley, Willie TEAM Totals..............

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fg 3-9 2-4 7-13 4-12 1-2 2-3 0-0 6-9 1-1 0-0 26-53

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

ft 1-1 5-7 10-11 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-0 22-25

tr 1 4 2 6 2 1 1 3 3 0 3 26

pf 2 3 2 1 5 0 3 3 5 0 0 24

tp 8 9 25 10 2 6 0 19 4 0 0 83

a 1 4 2 4 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 15

to 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 4 0 1 11

blk 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 5

s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 19 29 37 32 14 5 11 24 22 7 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-32 40.6% 2nd Half: 13-21 61.9% Game: 49.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-10 40.0% 2nd Half: 5-7 71.4% Game: 52.9% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-2 100% 2nd Half: 20-23 87.0% Game: 88.0%

WICHITA STATE (26-4, 16-1 MVC)

WICHITA STATE (25-4, 15-1 MVC) ## 01 11 24 32 33 00 02 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 21 25

EVANSVILLE (14-16, 5-12 MVC) ## 00 02 03 25 44 04 05 12 14 23

tr 1 3 5 7 0 7 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 11 0 4 48

pf 2 2 3 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 18

tp 5 14 8 12 5 9 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 14 0 0 73

a 0 4 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 13

to 0 1 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 10

blk 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3

s 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4

min 15 28 11 33 24 26 12 5 2 2 1 11 1 8 19 2 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-26 46.2% 2nd Half: 11-27 40.7% Game: 43.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-10 40.0% 2nd Half: 3-8 37.5% Game: 38.9% F Throw % 1st Half: 10-13 76.9% 2nd Half: 10-10 100% Game: 87.0% Officials: Paul Janssen, Randy Heimerman, Ed Crenshaw Attendance: 10,506 Largest lead-UNI None, WSU by 31 2nd-00:58. UNI led for 00:00. WSU led for 39:21. Game was tied for 00:39.

## 01 11 24 32 33 00 02 03 04 05 10 12 14 20 21 25

Player BROWN, Zach SHAMET, Landry MORRIS, Shaquille McDUFFIE, Markis FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach MALONE, Kaelen REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric TEAM Totals..............

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fg 2-4 4-4 5-9 5-8 3-6 3-4 2-2 0-3 1-1 1-2 0-0 0-3 3-3 1-4 4-8 1-4 35-65

3pt 1-3 4-4 0-1 0-0 3-4 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-2 13-23

ft 0-0 0-0 8-9 3-3 4-4 6-8 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-0 26-33

tr 3 1 5 3 4 6 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 0 4 35

pf 3 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 19

tp 5 12 18 13 13 13 5 2 2 2 0 0 9 2 11 2 0 109

a 0 3 5 1 3 6 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 24

to 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3

blk 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 8

s 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

min 22 25 19 21 21 23 11 7 3 6 1 10 6 8 12 5 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 17-35 48.6% 2nd Half: 18-30 60.0% Game: 53.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 7-14 50.0% 2nd Half: 6-9 66.7% Game: 56.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 7-8 87.5% 2nd Half: 19-25 76.0% Game: 78.8% Officials: John Higgins, Don Daily, Rick Crawford Attendance: 10,506 Largest lead-UE by 2 1st-18:22, WSU by 32 2nd-02:45. UE led for 01:09. WSU led for 36:23. Game was tied for 02:28.


SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE Game 31 | @ Missouri St.

Game 32 | vs. Bradley | MVC Quarterfinals

Game 33 | vs. Missouri St. | MVC Semifinals

Feb. 25, 2017 | Springfield, Mo. | JQH Arena 25/25 Wichita St. (27-4, 17-1)..............39 47 - 86 Missouri St. (16-15, 7-11)....................32 35 - 67

Mar. 3, 2017 | St. Louis, Mo. | Scottrade Center [7] Bradley (13-20)..............................16 40 - 56 21/22 [2] Wichita St. (28-4)..................42 40 - 82

Mar. 4, 2017 | St. Louis, Mo. | Scottrade Center [6] Missouri St. (17-16)........................34 29 - 63 21/22 [2] Wichita St. (29-4)..................37 41 - 78

20-point games from Shamet and Morris helped No. 25 WSU secured a piece of its fourth-straight title. The Shockers' MVC "four-peat" was just the third since World War II and Gregg Marshall became the first MVC coach in 60 years to win five titles. WSU finished 17-1 but shared the crown with Illinois State, which hours later wrapped up its own 17-1 finish and the No. 1 seed at Arch Madness with a win at UNI. Landry Shamet was 9-of-13 (5-of-8 from deep) with a career-high 23 points to go with eight rebounds and five assists. He was named MVC Player of the Week. Shaquille Morris added 20 points, five rebounds. Conner Frankamp put up 14 points, five assists. WSU shot 54% from the field (11-of-26 from three). Dequon Miller paced Missouri State with 19 points, while Alize Johnson added 18 points and 12 rebounds. Shamet's fifth triple gave the Shockers their largest lead of the game, 65-52, with 8:23 to go. A pair of threes from Frankamp in the last 2:00 put the game away. WSU won its 14th straight over Missouri State. The Shockers tied the school record, set in 1978-79, with their 22nd 80-point game of the year. WSU closed the year with a 10-1 true road record.

A 26-point quarterfinal win over Bradley was the Shockers' most lopsided of the Arch Madness Era. Darral Willis Jr. scored 17 points and grabbed seven rebounds off the bench to lead No. 21 WSU. Rashard Kelly added 14 points and seven boards, and Markis McDuffie just missed a double-double with nine points and 10 boards. WSU advanced to an eighth-straight MVC semifinal (a new Valley Tournament record). Bradley (38%) became the first team since Jan. 14 to out-shoot the Shockers (37%), but WSU visited the free throw line early and often, hitting 31-of-45 attempts. WSU set new Arch Madness records for rebounds (51) and free throw attempts (45). The Shockers' 16th 20-point victory tied the school record, set in 2016. Despite shooting just 34%, the Shockers still led 42-16 at the half by cashing in 17-of-21 first-half free throws. They also held a 30-14 rebounding edge. The Shockers extended their winning streak against Bradley to 16 games (their longest ever against an MVC foe) and tied the all-time series at 71.

WICHITA STATE (27-4, 17-1 MVC)

## 01 12 05 25 35 02 03 13 23 24 30 34

Frankamp's six three-pointers lifted WSU to its first Arch Madness title game since 2014. Shaquille Morris scored 21 points and grabbed seven rebounds. Conner Frankamp hit a career-high six three-pointers â&#x20AC;&#x201C; most ever by a WSU player in an MVC Tournament game -- on 12 attempts and matched his personal-best with 18 points. Markis McDuffie added 15 points and seven boards while going a perfect 3-for-3 from downtown. WSU made 10-of-20 three-pointers and was near-perfect at the foul line, converting 20-of-21 (.952). Ourebounded twice in regular season meetings with the Bears, WSU turned the tables, 39-30. Jarred Dixon paced MSU with 20 points. Alize Johnson added 16 points, seven rebounds, seven assists. WSU won its 15th-straight against MSU, last losing in the 2010-11 regular season finale. WSU led by nine points with 6:18 to go, then Frankamp slammed the door with his fourth, fifth and sixth triples. WSU made double-digit threes for the 13th time in 33 games. Three of those efforts came against MSU. Morris added a block to move into a tie for ninth on WSU's career list with J.T. Durley (91 from 2007-11).

## 01 32 24 11 33 00 02 03 04 05 12 14 20 21 25

Player BROWN, Zach McDUFFIE, Markis MORRIS, Shaquille SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BARNEY, Brett BUSH, Zach REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric TEAM Totals..............

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fg 1-6 2-7 8-11 9-13 6-10 2-4 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 2-3 0-0 33-61

3pt 1-5 0-2 0-0 5-8 2-6 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-26

ft 0-0 2-2 4-4 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 9-11

tr 2 2 5 8 3 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 31

pf 4 2 0 2 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 14

tp 3 6 20 23 14 5 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 86

a 3 0 3 5 5 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20

to 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

blk 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 4

s 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

min 30 19 25 32 27 23 14 1 1 1 7 1 6 12 1 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-28 53.6% 2nd Half: 18-33 54.5% Game: 54.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-10 30.0% 2nd Half: 8-16 50.0% Game: 42.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-6 100% 2nd Half: 3-5 60.0% Game: 81.8%

MISSOURI STATE (16-15, 7-11 MVC) ## 05 10 24 04 11 00 15 20 21 35 50

Player Obediah Church Jarrid Rhodes Alize Johnson Dequon Miller Jarred Dixon Jordan Martin Austin Ruder Ryan Kreklow Ross Owens Tyrie Hill-Thomas Tyler McCullough TEAM Totals..............

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fg 2-4 2-4 6-14 7-13 5-13 2-4 0-0 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 26-58

3pt 0-0 0-1 0-2 3-7 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-16

ft 1-6 1-2 6-6 2-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-17

tr 2 1 12 4 6 3 1 1 0 0 0 3 33

pf 4 1 1 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 1 0 12

tp 5 5 18 19 10 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 67

a 1 0 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8

to 0 1 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9

blk 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2

s 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

min 24 27 36 35 35 15 4 21 1 1 1 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-28 42.9% 2nd Half: 14-30 46.7% Game: 44.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-7 28.6% 2nd Half: 2-9 22.2% Game: 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-9 66.7% 2nd Half: 5-8 62.5% Game: 64.7% Officials: Terry Davis, Brad Ferrie, Jeff Campbell Attendance: 6,823 Largest lead-WSU by 19 2nd-01:50, MSU None. WSU led for 39:45. MSU led for 00:00. Game was tied for 00:15.

BRADLEY (13-20) Player Thomas, Donte Bar, Koch Brown, Darrell Kennell, Nate Hodgson, Jayden Suggs, Ronnie Pittman, Antoine van Bree, Luuk Lautier-Ogunleye, D. McGlaston, JoJo Barker, Callum Foster, Alex TEAM Totals..............

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fg 2-3 1-3 6-14 1-8 0-4 0-0 5-7 3-5 1-5 0-3 2-2 0-1 21-55

3pt 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-3 0-2 0-0 1-1 1-2 1-2 0-3 0-0 0-0 4-17

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 7-26 26.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 0-9 0.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-6 33.3%

ft 2-4 0-1 5-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-2 10-19

tr 2 3 3 3 3 1 3 2 5 1 4 0 7 37

pf 4 1 3 5 0 0 1 5 4 1 4 1 0 29

tp 6 2 18 2 0 0 13 7 3 0 4 1 0 56

a 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 9

to 3 1 6 1 3 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 18

blk 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 8

s 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 4

min 16 13 31 20 21 3 21 17 20 17 15 6 0 200

2nd Half: 14-29 48.3% Game: 38.2% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% Game: 23.5% 2nd Half: 8-13 61.5% Game: 52.6%

WICHITA STATE (28-4) ## 01 24 32 11 33 00 02 03 05 12 14 20 21 25

Player BROWN, Zach MORRIS, Shaquille McDUFFIE, Markis SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BUSH, Zach REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric TEAM Totals..............

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fg 1-3 2-3 4-11 1-5 3-7 5-11 1-1 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-1 1-3 4-8 1-3 23-62

3pt 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-5 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 5-14

ft 4-5 0-1 0-1 6-7 1-2 4-6 1-5 2-2 1-2 0-0 1-2 2-2 9-10 0-0 31-45

tr 2 1 10 3 1 7 4 1 3 2 1 0 7 3 6 51

pf 4 3 2 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 19

tp 6 4 9 9 9 14 3 2 1 0 1 5 17 2 0 82

a 0 1 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 11

to 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 12

blk 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 5

s 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 7

min 18 14 24 19 20 24 9 9 8 9 13 11 14 8 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-32 34.4% 2nd Half: 12-30 40.0% Game: 37.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3% Game: 35.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 17-21 81.0% 2nd Half: 14-24 58.3% Game: 68.9% Officials: John Higgins, Don Daily, Randy Heimerman Technical fouls: Bradley-Thomas, Donte Attendance: 9,124 Largest lead-BRAD by 2 1st-17:24, WSU by 35 2nd-15:30. BRAD led for 02:22. WSU led for 34:39. Game was tied for 02:59.

MISSOURI STATE (17-16) ## 05 10 24 04 11 00 15 20 33 50

Player Obediah Church Jarrid Rhodes Alize Johnson Dequon Miller Jarred Dixon Jordan Martin Austin Ruder Ryan Kreklow Chris Kendrix Tyler McCullough TEAM Totals..............

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fg 3-5 2-6 5-11 2-13 6-15 2-2 0-0 0-2 2-4 0-0 22-58

3pt 0-0 1-3 3-8 1-8 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-3 0-0 8-28

ft 0-1 0-0 3-6 0-0 6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 11-16

tr 6 3 7 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 2 30

pf 4 1 3 1 1 5 0 0 2 1 0 18

tp 6 5 16 5 20 4 0 0 7 0 0 63

a 1 0 7 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 14

to 5 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 10

blk 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4

s 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 4

min 22 11 39 38 37 8 2 7 28 8 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-32 40.6% 2nd Half: 9-26 34.6% Game: 37.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-14 28.6% 2nd Half: 4-14 28.6% Game: 28.6% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-5 80.0% 2nd Half: 7-11 63.6% Game: 68.8%

WICHITA STATE (29-4) ## 01 24 32 11 33 00 02 03 12 20 21

Player BROWN, Zach MORRIS, Shaquille McDUFFIE, Markis SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. REAVES, Austin NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral TEAM Totals..............

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fg 0-1 6-12 5-10 1-6 6-14 1-4 1-1 0-0 1-1 1-2 2-3 24-54

3pt 0-1 0-0 3-3 1-3 6-12 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 10-20

ft 4-4 9-10 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 2-2 20-21

tr 2 7 7 6 0 3 1 0 2 1 7 3 39

pf 1 1 1 2 1 4 2 0 0 3 3 0 18

tp 4 21 15 3 18 4 2 0 3 2 6 0 78

a 1 0 0 4 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 9

to 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 12

blk 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

s 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

min 25 26 26 32 35 22 6 0+ 9 9 10 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-30 43.3% 2nd Half: 11-24 45.8% Game: 44.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-11 45.5% 2nd Half: 5-9 55.6% Game: 50.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-7 85.7% 2nd Half: 14-14 100% Game: 95.2% Officials: Mike Stuart, Paul Janssen, Gerry Pollard Attendance: 12,124 Largest lead-MSU by 10 1st-16:36, WSU by 18 2nd-01:36. MSU led for 07:56. WSU led for 31:09. Game was tied for 00:55.

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SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE Game 34 | vs. Illinois St. | MVC Championship

Game 35 | vs. Dayton | NCAA First Round Mar. 17, 2017 | Indianapolis, Ind. | Bankers Life Fieldhouse 19/19 [10] Wichita St. (31-4)................27 37 - 64 [7] Dayton (24-8).................................29 29 - 58

Mar. 19, 2017 | Indianapolis, Ind. | Bankers Life Fieldhouse 19/19 [10] Wichita St. (31-5)..................24 38 - 62 5/5 [2] Kentucky (31-5).......................26 39 - 65

WSU earned its second Arch Madness title in four years with a 20-point win over regular season co-champion Illinois State in the MVC Tournament FInal. WSU reached 30-wins for the fourth time in five years. With the MVC's automatic bid, WSU punched its NCAA Tournament dance card for a sixth-straight year, tying an MVC record for longest streak. It was a fitting final between two teams that went a combined 36-0 against the rest of the league. Each suffered its only conference loss on the otherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home floor. Conner Frankamp earned Most Outstanding Player honors after scoring a career-high 19 points. Frankamp averaged 15.3 points and was 11-of-22 from three in WSU's three tournament games. Landry Shamet (14 pts) joined Frankamp on the all-tournament squad. Markis McDuffie (16 points), was 11-for-11 from the charity stripe to set a new program record for free throw makes in a conference tournament contest. The Shocker defense held ISU to 29% shooting. Paris Lee scored18 points, and MiKyle McIntosh added 16.

A stout defensive performance helped No. 10 WSU out-grind No. 7 Dayton and move into the NCAA Tournament's second round for a fifth-consecutive year. WSU posted its 31st win and upped its winning streak to 16-games. Both are second only the 2013-14 Shockers, who won 35-straight and finished 35-1. The Shockers held Dayton to 31% shooting, and their +19 rebound margin was the program's best in 32 NCAA Tournament games. Landry Shamet set a WSU freshman record with his 35th start and scored a team-high 13 points. Zach Brown (12 points) busted loose for his first double-figure scoring game since Feb. 9. Rashard Kelly (11) and Rauno Nurger (7) set new career rebounding highs. The Shockers faced their largest deficit (5 points) in the final seconds of the first half, but Kelly's buzzer-beating three-pointer narrowed the lead to 29-27. Scoochie Smith hit a three with 14:02 to play to give Dayton a 38-35 edge, but the Flyers' next field goal didn't come until the 6:26-mark. Nurger's dunk with 9:12 left put the Shockers in front, 43-42, and they never trailed again. Shamet's layup and a Brown three at 5:40 gave WSU its first two-possession lead, 51-45. The Shockers were 10-of-14 at the free throw line over the final 4:00. Conner Frankamp connected on a three with 1:27 left to stretch the lead back to seven.

No. 2 Kentucky made two key defensive stops in the final minute to escape with a 65-62 victory in an NCAA Tournament rematch that lived up to the hype. In front of a CBS audience, redshirt freshman Landry Shamet went toe-to-toe with Kentucky's freshmen stars and came away with a game-high 20 points. De'Aaron Fox and Malik Monk led the Wildcats with 14 points and Bam Adebayo added a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds. All three players were lottery picks in the 2017 NBA Draft. For just the second time in NCAA Tournament history, two 30-win team collided on opening weekend (the other was a 2008 Butler-Tennessee matchup). The loss was WSU's first since Jan. 14, snapping a16game winning streak. Kentucky went on to defeat UCLA in the Sweet 16 in Memphis before falling 75-73 to eventual national champion North Carolina in the South Regional Final. WSU's Shaquille Morris scored eight of his 11 points before halftime to go with eight rebounds. Shamet scored 11 of his 20 points over the final 3:03 after the Shockers had fallen behind by seven points.His triple with 58 seconds left cut Kentucky's lead to 63-62. WSU had a chance to moved in front with 14 seconds to go, but Monk blocked a Markis McDuffie three. Two Wildcat free throws stretched the lead to 65-62, and Shamet's potential game-tying three was blocked by Adebayo ahead of the horn.

WICHITA STATE (30-4) ## 01 24 32 11 33 00 02 03 05 12 14 20 21 25

Player BROWN, Zach MORRIS, Shaquille McDUFFIE, Markis SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon KEYSER, C.J. BUSH, Zach REAVES, Austin SIMON, J.R. NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral HAMILTON, Eric TEAM Totals..............

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fg 1-3 2-3 2-6 5-11 6-12 0-4 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 3-5 0-0 19-50

3pt 0-0 0-0 1-4 3-4 3-6 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-16

ft 0-2 0-0 11-11 1-2 4-6 1-2 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 3-4 3-4 0-0 26-37

tr 4 10 2 1 3 8 0 1 0 2 0 1 7 0 3 42

pf 3 3 3 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 18

tp 2 4 16 14 19 1 2 0 0 1 0 3 9 0 0 71

a 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7

to 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 8

blk 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 5

s 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

min 21 20 25 34 35 24 8 1 1 6 1 10 13 1 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-30 40.0% 2nd Half: 7-20 35.0% Game: 38.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-12 33.3% 2nd Half: 3-4 75.0% Game: 43.8% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-6 83.3% 2nd Half: 21-31 67.7% Game: 70.3%

ILLINOIS STATE (27-6) ## 10 11 23 01 12 02 03 04 25 31

Player Fayne,Phil McIntosh,MiKyle Hawkins,Deontae Lee,Paris Wills,Tony Clayton,DJ Evans,Keyshawn Ndiaye,Daouda Williams,Madison Thompson,Javaka TEAM Totals..............

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fg 0-1 4-12 2-8 7-21 0-4 2-5 1-4 1-2 0-0 0-1 17-58

3pt 0-0 2-5 1-4 2-9 0-3 0-2 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 6-28

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-26 34.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-12 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-6 50.0%

ft 2-2 6-11 0-0 2-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-19

tr 4 7 5 6 3 6 1 7 0 0 2 41

pf 5 5 5 1 4 1 3 4 0 0 0 28

tp 2 16 5 18 1 4 3 2 0 0 0 51

a 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

to 2 1 2 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 10

blk 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5

s 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

min 14 27 28 35 32 20 26 15 2 1 0 200

2nd Half: 8-32 25.0% Game: 29.3% 2nd Half: 2-16 12.5% Game: 21.4% 2nd Half: 8-13 61.5% Game: 57.9%

Officials: John Higgins, Mike Stuart, Paul Janssen Technical fouls: WSU-Willis; ISU-McIntosh; Hawkins 2. Attendance: 11,744 Largest lead-WSU by 23 2nd-05:02, ILS None. WSU led for 39:00. ILS led for 00:00. Game was tied for 00:43.

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Game 36 | vs. Kentucky | NCAA Second Round

Mar. 5, 2017 | St. Louis, Mo. | Scottrade Center 21/22 [2] Wichita St. (30-4)..................33 38 - 77 [1] Illinois St. (27-6).............................25 26 - 51

WICHITA STATE (31-4) ## 01 32 24 11 33 00 02 12 20 21

Player BROWN, Zach McDUFFIE, Markis MORRIS, Shaquille SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon REAVES, Austin NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 4-5 1-8 4-7 3-9 1-5 3-5 0-3 0-1 2-3 1-2 19-48

3pt 3-3 0-3 0-1 1-5 1-3 1-2 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 6-20

ft 1-2 6-6 2-4 6-8 0-0 1-3 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-2 20-27

tr 4 5 6 3 0 11 0 1 7 3 8 48

pf 1 2 4 4 1 2 2 0 1 2 0 19

tp 12 8 10 13 3 8 0 2 4 4 0 64

a 0 0 2 3 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 11

to 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 2 2 0 16

blk 0 2 1 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 8

s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 25 34 14 36 24 26 11 4 12 14 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-28 35.7% 2nd Half: 9-20 45.0% Game: 39.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-12 16.7% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% Game: 30.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-6 83.3% 2nd Half: 15-21 71.4% Game: 74.1%

DAYTON (24-8) ## 20 25 03 04 11 00 01 02 15 33

Player WILLIAMS, Xeyrius * POLLARD, Kendall * DAVIS, Kyle * COOKE, Charles * SMITH, Scoochie * CUNNINGHAM, Josh DAVIS, Darrell MILLER, Sam CROSBY, John MIKESELL, Ryan TEAM Totals..............

fg 1-9 4-11 1-1 1-10 9-17 1-3 0-2 1-4 0-1 0-0 18-58

3pt 0-5 0-0 1-1 1-3 4-10 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 7-22

ft 1-2 5-7 3-4 3-4 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 15-20

tr 6 2 3 5 3 0 2 1 1 1 5 29

pf 3 4 3 4 2 2 1 1 0 3 0 23

tp 3 13 6 6 25 2 0 3 0 0 0 58

a 0 3 1 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 11

to 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

blk 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

s 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

min 32 23 33 30 37 7 17 10 3 8 0 200

WICHITA STATE (31-5) ## 01 32 24 11 33 00 02 12 20 21

Player BROWN, Zach McDUFFIE, Markis MORRIS, Shaquille SHAMET, Landry FRANKAMP, Conner KELLY, Rashard SMITH, Daishon REAVES, Austin NURGER, Rauno WILLIS Jr., Darral TEAM Totals..............

* * * * *

fg 3-6 2-9 5-10 7-14 2-8 2-7 0-0 1-1 1-3 1-4 24-62

3pt 2-3 1-6 0-0 2-7 2-6 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 8-24

ft tr pf tp a to blk s min 1-2 8 2 9 1 4 0 0 28 0-0 4 2 5 3 0 1 1 32 1-2 8 3 11 2 2 3 0 28 4-5 2 4 20 2 0 0 1 34 0-0 1 0 6 0 1 0 0 25 0-0 6 2 4 2 1 0 0 22 0-0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 6 0-0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 9 0-0 3 1 2 0 1 0 0 8 0-0 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 8 - 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6-9 38 14 62 12 11 5 2 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-33 30.3% 2nd Half: 14-29 48.3% Game: 38.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-11 27.3% 2nd Half: 5-13 38.5% Game: 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 1-2 50.0% 2nd Half: 5-7 71.4% Game: 66.7%

KENTUCKY (31-5) ## 03 35 00 05 13 11 15 25 32

Player Adebayo, Edrice * Willis, Derek * Fox, De'Aaron * Monk, Malik * Briscoe, Isaiah * Mulder, Mychal Humphries, Isaac Hawkins, Dominique Gabriel, Wenyen TEAM Totals..............

fg 6-11 3-6 5-13 3-10 2-3 1-2 0-1 3-4 0-5 23-55

3pt 0-0 2-5 0-1 2-5 1-2 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-1 7-18

ft 1-4 1-2 4-6 6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12-18

tr 10 8 2 2 4 1 2 0 2 5 36

pf 1 3 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 11

tp 13 9 14 14 5 3 0 7 0 0 65

a 1 1 1 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 11

to 0 0 2 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 7

blk 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 5

s 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

min 31 33 31 29 27 10 9 23 7 0 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-29 34.5% 2nd Half: 8-29 27.6% Game: 31.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-13 38.5% 2nd Half: 2-9 22.2% Game: 31.8% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-6 66.7% 2nd Half: 11-14 78.6% Game: 75.0%

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-30 33.3% 2nd Half: 13-25 52.0% Game: 41.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-11 36.4% 2nd Half: 3-7 42.9% Game: 38.9% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-2 100% 2nd Half: 10-16 62.5% Game: 66.7%

Officials: Randy McCall, Jeb Hartness, Bret Smith Attendance: 18,269 Largest lead-WSU by 8 2nd-00:25, UD by 5 1st-01:16. WSU led for 17:36. UD led for 14:33. Game was tied for 07:51.

Officials: Roger Ayers, Mike Roberts, Brian O'Connell Attendance: 18,293 Largest lead-WSU by 4 2nd-16:17, UK by 7 2nd-04:09. WSU led for 08:42. UK led for 24:50. Game was tied for 06:04.


SECTIONREVIEW 2016-17 TITLE

2016 BATTLE 4 ATLANTIS | November 23-25, 2016 | Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Bahamas / Imperial Arena 10 LOUISVILLE

ot 68

OLD DOMINION 60

62 10 LOUISVILLE 62

OLD DOMINION

66 LSU

WICHITA STATE WICHITA STATE

52

82

VCU 47

5th Place

74 LSU

10 LOUISVILLE 63

85 VCU

20 BAYLOR 66

Champion

20 BAYLOR 71

VCU 63 75 VCU

20 BAYLOR 73

59

24 MICHIGAN STATE

ST. JOHN'S 24 MICHIGAN STATE

58

73

VCU 62 7th Place

63

OLD DOMINION

55

ST. JOHN'S

WICHITA STATE

72

24 MICHIGAN STATE

77

3rd Place

2017 MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT | March 2-5, 2017 | St. Louis, Mo. / Scottrade Center 1 ILLINOIS STATE

8

EVANSVILLE 83

9

INDIANA STATE

72

8

80

EVANSVILLE 69

Quarterfinals • MVC-TV Friday, March 3 • 12:00 pm CT

Play-In • MVC-TV Thursday, March 2 • 6:00 pm CT 4 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

55

5 LOYOLA CHICAGO

50

1 ILLINOIS STATE

63

4 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

50

Semifinals • CBS Sports Network Saturday, March 4 • 2:30 pm CT

Quarterfinals • MVC-TV Friday, March 3 • 30 minutes after Noon game ends

3 NORTHERN IOWA

64

6 MISSOURI STATE

70

Quarterfinals • MVC-TV Friday, March 3 • 30 minutes after 6 pm ends 7

BRADLEY 67

10 DRAKE 58 Play-In • MVC-TV Thursday, March 2 • 8:30 pm CT

7 BRADLEY 56 2 WICHITA STATE

1 ILLINOIS STATE

51

2 WICHITA STATE

71

Championship • CBS Sunday, March 5 • 1:00 pm CT

6 MISSOURI STATE

63

2 WICHITA STATE

78

Semifinal #2 • CBS Sports Network Saturday, March 4 • 30 minutes after 1st Game ends

82

Quarterfinals • MVC-TV Friday, March 3 • 6:00 pm CT

83


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2016-17 REVIEW 2016-17 MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE STANDINGS

WICHITA STATE ILLINOIS STATE NORTHERN IOWA SOUTHERN ILLINOIS LOYOLA CHICAGO MISSOURI STATE BRADLEY EVANSVILLE INDIANA STATE DRAKE

Conference 17-1 .944 17-1 .944 9-9 .500

PF 83.1 66.9 67.2

PA Home Away Overall 63.3 9-0 8-1 31-5 .861 57.9 9-0 8-1 28-7 .800 68.5 6-3 3-6 17-16 .515

PF 81.0 69.1 68.5

PA Home Away Neut. 62.4 16-1 10-1 5-3 61.3 16-1 9-4 3-2 69.4 11-6 5-9 1-1

9-9 8-10 7-11 7-11 6-12 5-13 5-13

60.3 71.8 69.8 64.8 67.2 67.7 71.6

63.7 69.8 72.0 70.4 71.9 72.8 80.1

61.8 73.4 72.8 65.5 69.3 70.0 71.2

64.4 66.8 69.0 70.7 68.5 72.7 77.1

.500 .444 .389 .389 .333 .278 .278

5-4 6-3 4-5 5-4 5-4 4-5 4-5

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

14-16 18-14 17-16 13-20 16-17 11-20 7-24

.467 .563 .515 .394 .485 .355 .226

9-4 13-3 11-6 8-7 13-4 8-6 6-9

3-9 4-9 4-8 3-10 2-9 3-10 1-11

2-3 1-2 2-2 2-3 1-4 0-4 0-4

MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE TEAM STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE 1. Wichita State 2. Loyola 3. Missouri State 4. Drake 5. Indiana State 6. Evansville 7. Illinois State 8. Southern Illinois 9. Bradley 10. Northern Iowa

G 36 32 33 31 31 33 35 33 33 30

W-L 31-5 18-14 17-16 7-24 11-20 16-17 28-7 17-16 13-20 14-16

Pts 2916 2348 2403 2208 2170 2288 2418 2260 2163 1854

Avg. 81.0 73.4 72.8 71.2 70.0 69.3 69.1 68.5 65.5 61.8

FIELD GOAL % 1. Loyola 2. Wichita State 3. Evansville 4. Missouri State 5. Illinois State 6. Southern Illinois 7. Bradley 8. Indiana State 9. Drake 10. Northern Iowa

G 32 36 33 33 35 33 33 31 31 30

FG 852 992 800 838 865 808 731 762 760 622

FGA 1755 2116 1762 1894 1972 1866 1727 1832 1860 1559

Pct. .485 .469 .454 .442 .439 .433 .423 .416 .409 .399

REBOUNDS FOR 1. Wichita State 2. Illinois State 3. Missouri State 4. Indiana State 5. Bradley 6. Drake 7. Evansville 8. Southern Illinois 9. Loyola 10. Northern Iowa

G 36 35 33 31 33 31 33 33 32 30

-

Reb. 1475 1293 1212 1111 1162 1071 1136 1114 1002 883

Avg. 41.0 36.9 36.7 35.8 35.2 34.5 34.4 33.8 31.3 29.4

SCORING DEFENSE 1. Illinois State 2. Wichita State 3. Northern Iowa 4. Loyola 5. Evansville 6. Missouri State 7. Southern Illinois 8. Bradley 9. Indiana State 10. Drake

G 35 36 30 32 33 33 33 33 31 31

-

Pts 2146 2246 1931 2137 2261 2277 2289 2333 2255 2390

Avg. 61.3 62.4 64.4 66.8 68.5 69.0 69.4 70.7 72.7 77.1

FG % DEFENSE 1. Wichita State 2. Illinois State 3. Bradley 4. Indiana State 5. Evansville 6. Northern Iowa 7. Missouri State 8. Loyola 9. Southern Illinois 10. Drake

G 36 35 33 31 33 30 33 32 33 31

FG 754 733 775 758 758 697 801 766 812 866

FGA 2000 1935 1861 1808 1800 1623 1845 1716 1817 1878

Pct. .377 .379 .416 .419 .421 .429 .434 .446 .447 .461

REBOUNDS AGAINST 1. Missouri State 2. Wichita State 3. Loyola 4. Evansville 5. Illinois State 6. Southern Illinois 7. Bradley 8. Northern Iowa 9. Drake 10. Indiana State

G 33 36 32 33 35 33 33 30 31 31

-

Reb. 1025 1152 1035 1111 1205 1164 1197 1102 1189 1267

Avg. 31.1 32.0 32.3 33.7 34.4 35.3 36.3 36.7 38.4 40.9

SCORING MARGIN 1. Wichita State 2. Illinois State 3. Loyola 4. Missouri State 5. Evansville 6. Southern Illinois 7. Northern Iowa 8. Indiana State 9. Bradley 10. Drake

G 36 35 32 33 33 33 30 31 33 31

PF 81.0 69.1 73.4 72.8 69.3 68.5 61.8 70.0 65.5 71.2

PA 62.4 61.3 66.8 69.0 68.5 69.4 64.4 72.7 70.7 77.1

Margin +18.6 +7.8 +6.6 +3.8 +0.8 -0.9 -2.6 -2.7 -5.2 -5.9

3-POINT FG % 1. Wichita State 2. Loyola 3. Illinois State 4. Evansville 5. Missouri State 6. Bradley 7. Indiana State 8. Drake 9. Northern Iowa 10. Southern Illinois

G 36 32 35 33 33 33 31 31 30 33

3FG 310 259 294 127 270 217 254 270 229 175

3FGA 769 666 797 347 743 609 725 784 702 554

Pct. .403 .389 .369 .366 .363 .356 .350 .344 .326 .316

REBOUND MARGIN 1. Wichita State 2. Missouri State 3. Illinois State 4. Evansville 5. Loyola 6. Bradley 7. Southern Illinois 8. Drake 9. Indiana State 10. Northern Iowa

G 36 33 35 33 32 33 33 31 31 30

Reb. 41.0 36.7 36.9 34.4 31.3 35.2 33.8 34.5 35.8 29.4

FREE THROW % 1. Drake 2. Wichita State 3. Northern Iowa 4. Evansville 5. Loyola 6. Missouri State 7. Southern Illinois 8. Indiana State 9. Bradley 10. Illinois State

G 31 36 30 33 32 33 33 31 33 35

FTM 418 622 381 561 385 457 469 392 484 394

FTA 553 848 520 787 543 652 674 576 720 593

Pct. .756 .733 .733 .713 .709 .701 .696 .681 .672 .664

3-PT. FG % DEFENSE 1. Wichita State 2. Illinois State 3. Evansville 4. Missouri State 5. Bradley 6. Northern Iowa 7. Loyola 8. Drake 9. Indiana State 10. Southern Illinois

G 36 35 33 33 33 30 32 31 31 33

3FG 241 246 242 224 248 230 212 259 209 266

3FGA 775 751 714 657 725 634 582 701 560 672

Pct. .311 .328 .339 .341 .342 .363 .364 .369 .373 .396

Opp. Reb. Margin 32.0 +9.0 31.1 +5.7 34.4 +2.5 33.7 +0.8 32.3 -1.0 36.3 -1.1 35.3 -1.5 38.4 -3.8 40.9 -5.0 36.7 -7.3

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2016-17 REVIEW 2016-17 ALL-MVC TEAMS FIRST TEAM Milton Doyle Alize Johnson Paris Lee Markis McDuffie Landry Shamet

Loyola Missouri St. Illinois St. Wichita St. Wichita St.

Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr.

G F G F G

6-4 6-9 6-0 6-8 6-4

Chicago, Ill. Williamsport, Pa. Maywood, Ill. Paterson, N.J. Kansas City, Mo.

SECOND TEAM Jaylon Brown Deonate Hawkins MiKyle McIntosh Jeremy Morgan Sean O'Brien

Evansville Illinois St. Illinois St. No. Iowa So. Illinois

Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

G F F G F

6-0 6-8 6-7 6-5 6-7

Fishers, Ind. Dayton, Ohio Pickering, Ontario Coralville, Iowa Mundelein, Ill.

THIRD TEAM Conner Frankamp Donte Ingram Shaquille Morris Brenton Scott Reed Timmer

86

Wichita St. Loyola Wichita St. Indiana St. Drake

Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

G G/F C G G

6-1 6-6 6-8 6-1 6-1

Wichita, Kan. Chicago, Ill. Edmond, Okla. Fort Wayne, Ind. New Berline, Wisc.

ALL-NEWCOMER TEAM Phil Fayne Illinois St. Aundre Jackson Loyola Alize Johnson Missouri St. Landry Shamet Wichita St. Darral Willis Jr. Wichita St.

So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

F F F G F

6-9 6-5 6-9 6-4 6-9

Elk Grove, Calif. Kennedale, Texas Williamsport, Pa. Kansas City, Mo. Madison, Wisc.

ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Koch Bar Bradley Jordan Barnes Indiana St. Darrell Brown Jr. Bradley Spencer Haldeman No. Iowa Landry Shamet Wichita St. Dru Smith Evansville

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

C G G G G G

6-11 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-3

Abyei, S. Sudan St. Louis, Mo. Memphis, Tenn. Peosta, Iowa Kansas City, Mo. Evansville, Ind.

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM Thik Bol So. Illinois Zach Brown Wichita St. Obediah Church Missouri St. Paris Lee Illinois St. Jeremy Morgan No. Iowa Tony Wills Illinois St.

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

F F F G G G

6-8 6-6 6-7 6-0 6-5 6-4

Omaha, Neb. Houston, Texas Sprngfield, Ill. Maywood, Ill. Coralville, Iowa Indianapolis, Ind.

ALL-BENCH TEAM D.J. Clayton Jarred Dixon Aundre Jackson # Rashard Kelly Rauno Nurger

Illinois St. Missouri St. Loyola Wichita St. Wichita St.

Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr.

G G F F C

6-6 6-3 6-5 6-7 6-10

Oakland, Calif. Kansas City, Mo. Kennedale, Texas Fredericksburg, Va. Keila, Estonia

MOST IMPROVED TEAM Jaylon Brown # Evansville Armon Fletcher So. Illinois Conner Frankamp Wichita St. Deontae Hawkins Illinois St. Donte Ingram Loyola

Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr.

G G G F G/F

6-0 6-4 6-1 6-8 6-6

Fishers, Ind. Edwardsville, Ill. Wichita, Kan. Dayton, Ohio Chicago, Ill.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR DEFENSIVE MVP SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR COACH OF THE YEAR

Paris Lee, Illinois St. Alize Johnson, Missouri St. Landry Shamet, Wichita St. Paris Lee, Illinois St. Aundre Jackson, Loyola Dan Muller, Illinois St.

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. Illinois State 2. Indiana State 3. Wichita State 4. Southern Illinois 5. Missouri State 6. Bradley 7. Evansville 8. Northern Iowa 9. Drake 10. Loyola

35 31 36 33 33 33 33 30 31 32

-

4.9 4.1 3.9 3.9 3.8 3.7 3.0 2.8 2.5 2.4

.756 .733 .733 .713 .709 .701 .696 .681 .672 .664

OFFENSIVE REB. 1. Wichita State 2. Missouri State 3. Southern Illinois 4. Illinois State 5. Drake 6. Evansville 7. Bradley 8. Indiana State 9. Loyola 10. Northern Iowa

G 36 33 33 35 31 33 33 31 32 30

-

Total 434 377 348 369 311 298 297 263 218 182

Avg. 12.1 11.4 10.5 10.5 10.0 9.0 9.0 8.5 6.8 6.1

ASSISTS 1. Wichita State 2. Loyola 3. Illinois State 4. Indiana State 5. Evansville 6. Drake 7. Missouri State 8. Southern Illinois 9. Bradley 10. Northern Iowa

G 36 32 35 31 33 31 33 33 33 30

-

Total 586 474 483 417 442 403 403 375 373 298

Avg. 16.3 14.8 13.8 13.5 13.4 13.0 12.2 11.4 11.3 9.9

DEFENSIVE REB. 1. Wichita State 2. Indiana State 3. Illinois State 4. Bradley 5. Evansville 6. Missouri State 7. Drake 8. Loyola 9. Northern Iowa 10. Southern Illinois

G 36 31 35 33 33 33 31 32 30 33

-

Total 1041 848 924 865 838 835 760 784 701 766

Avg. 28.9 27.4 26.4 26.2 25.4 25.3 24.5 24.5 23.4 23.2

STEALS 1. Illinois State 2. Southern Illinois 3. Loyola 4. Indiana State 5. Northern Iowa 6. Wichita State 7. Bradley 8. Drake 9. Missouri State 10. Evansville

G 35 33 32 31 30 36 33 31 33 33

-

Total 249 225 218 204 197 235 203 188 176 172

Avg. 7.1 6.8 6.8 6.6 6.6 6.5 6.2 6.1 5.3 5.2

DEFENSIVE REB. % 1. Wichita State 2. Missouri State 3. Loyola 4. Evansville 5. Northern Iowa 6. Illinois State 7. Indiana State 8. Bradley 9. Drake 10. Southern Illinois

G 36 33 32 33 30 35 31 33 31 33

DR 1041 835 784 838 701 924 848 865 760 766

Opp. OR 332 268 263 316 271 368 343 361 340 345

Pct. .758 .757 .749 .726 .721 .715 .712 .706 .691 .689

TURNOVER MARGIN 1. Loyola 2. Northern Iowa 3. Wichita State 4. Southern Illinois 5. Evansville 6. Illinois State 7. Indiana State 8. Drake 9. Missouri State 10. Bradley

G 32 30 36 33 33 35 31 31 33 33

TO 11.8 11.4 11.3 12.1 11.8 12.2 12.8 12.5 12.3 15.1

TO Forced 14.3 13.8 13.6 13.7 12.7 12.8 12.9 12.4 11.2 13.0

Margin +2.56 +2.43 +2.28 +1.67 +0.91 +0.57 +0.10 -0.13 -1.06 -2.09

OFFENSIVE REB. % 1. Wichita State 2. Missouri State 3. Illinois State 4. Southern Illinois 5. Evansville 6. Drake 7. Bradley 8. Indiana State 9. Loyola 10. Northern Iowa

G 36 33 35 33 33 31 33 31 32 30

OR 434 377 369 348 298 311 297 263 218 182

Def. Reb. 820 757 837 819 795 849 836 924 772 831

Pct. .346 .332 .306 .298 .273 .268 .262 .222 .220 .180

A:TO RATIO 1. Wichita State 2. Loyola 3. Evansville 4. Illinois State 5. Indiana State 6. Drake 7. Missouri State 8. Southern Illinois 9. Northern Iowa 10. Bradley

G 36 32 33 35 31 31 33 33 30 33

Ast 16.3 14.8 13.4 13.8 13.5 13.0 12.2 11.4 9.9 11.3

TO 11.3 11.8 11.8 12.2 12.8 12.5 12.3 12.1 11.4 15.1

Ratio 1.4 1.3 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.0 1.0 0.9 0.9 0.7

3-POINT FIELD GOALS 1. Drake 2. Wichita State 3. Illinois State 4. Indiana State 5. Missouri State 6. Loyola 7. Northern Iowa 8. Bradley 9. Southern Illinois 10. Evansville

G 31 36 35 31 33 32 30 33 33 33

-

Total 270 310 294 254 270 259 229 217 175 127

Avg. 8.7 8.6 8.4 8.2 8.2 8.1 7.6 6.6 5.3 3.8


2016-17 REVIEW MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

SCORING 1. Brown, Jaylon-UE 2. Scott, Brenton-INS 3. Timmer, Reed-DU 4. Doyle, Milton-LUC 5. Morgan, Jeremy-UNI 6. Johnson,Alize-MSU 7. Taylor, Ryan-UE 8. Jackson, Aundre-LUC 9. Hawkins,Deontae-ILS 10. Ingram, Donte-LUC 11. Lee,Paris-ILS 12. Rodriguez,Mike-SIU 13. Miller,Dequon-MSU 14. Brown, Darrell-BRAD 15. McIntosh,MiKyle-ILS 16. O'Brien,Sean-SIU 17. Custer, Clayton-LUC 18. McDuffie, Markis-WSU 19. Shamet, Landry-WSU 20. Fletcher,Armon-SIU

REBOUNDING 1. Johnson,Alize-MSU 2. O'Brien,Sean-SIU 3. Ingram, Donte-LUC 4. Bol,Thik-SIU 5. Thomas, Donte-BRAD 6. Hawkins,Deontae-ILS 7. Fayne,Phil-ILS 8. Clemons, Everett-INS 9. Morgan, Jeremy-UNI 10. Church,Obediah-MSU 11. McDuffie, Markis-WSU 12. McIntosh,MiKyle-ILS 13. Bar, Koch-BRAD 14. Howard, David-UE 15. Willis, Darral-WSU 16. Thomas, T.J.-DU 17. Morris, Shaquille-WSU 18. Doyle, Milton-LUC 19. Scott, Brenton-INS 20. Carlson, Klint-UNI

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

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

G 33 31 31 32 29 33 33 32 35 29 35 33 33 32 30 33 32 36 36 30

G 33 33 29 33 32 35 35 31 29 31 36 30 33 32 36 31 34 32 31 30

Pts 689 493 473 487 430 487 466 451 491 394 455 425 419 402 375 391 371 415 411 333

TR 351 279 198 224 211 228 222 193 169 179 204 167 175 165 184 157 172 161 151 146

Avg. 20.9 15.9 15.3 15.2 14.8 14.8 14.1 14.1 14.0 13.6 13.0 12.9 12.7 12.6 12.5 11.8 11.6 11.5 11.4 11.1

Avg. 10.6 8.5 6.8 6.8 6.6 6.5 6.3 6.2 5.8 5.8 5.7 5.6 5.3 5.2 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.0 4.9 4.9

ASSISTS 1. Lee,Paris-ILS 2. Clemons, Everett-INS 3. Doyle, Milton-LUC 4. Rodriguez,Mike-SIU 5. Gibson, Duane-UE 6. Miller,Dequon-MSU 7. Shamet, Landry-WSU 8. Brown, Jaylon-UE 9. McMurray, De'Antae-DU 10. Custer, Clayton-LUC

Cl SR SR SR SR JR SR FR SR JR JR

G 35 31 32 33 30 33 36 33 31 32

A 176 140 142 132 114 124 117 101 94 96

Avg. 5.0 4.5 4.4 4.0 3.8 3.8 3.3 3.1 3.0 3.0

STEALS 1. Lee,Paris-ILS 2. Morgan, Jeremy-UNI 3. Doyle, Milton-LUC 4. Clemons, Everett-INS Scott, Brenton-INS 6. Rodriguez,Mike-SIU 7. Fletcher,Armon-SIU 8. Richardson, Ben-LUC 9. Wills,Tony-ILS 10. McDuffie, Markis-WSU

Cl SR SR SR SR JR SR SO JR SR SO

G 35 29 32 31 31 33 30 32 35 36

Avg. 65 51 55 50 50 45 40 40 42 42

Avg. 1.9 1.8 1.7 1.6 1.6 1.4 1.3 1.3 1.2 1.2

A : TO RATIO 1. Shamet, Landry-WSU 2. Clemons, Everett-INS 3. Lee,Paris-ILS 4. Rodriguez,Mike-SIU 5. McMurray, De'Antae-DU 6. Custer, Clayton-LUC 7. Miller,Dequon-MSU 8. Gibson, Duane-UE 9. Doyle, Milton-LUC 10. Brown, Jaylon-UE

Cl FR SR SR SR JR JR SR JR SR SR

G 3.3 4.5 5.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.8 3.8 4.4 3.1

A 1.1 2.1 2.5 2.1 1.6 1.8 2.2 2.3 2.8 2.5

Avg. 3.0 2.2 2.0 1.9 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.6 1.2

BLOCKS 1. Church,Obediah-MSU 2. Bol,Thik-SIU 3. Bar, Koch-BRAD 4. Rickman, Emondre-INS 5. Fayne,Phil-ILS 6. Morgan, Jeremy-UNI 7. Morris, Shaquille-WSU 8. McIntosh,MiKyle-ILS 9. Willis, Darral-WSU 10. Koch, Bennett-UNI

Cl SO JR FR SO SO SR JR JR JR JR

G 31 33 33 29 35 29 34 30 36 29

Avg. 74 76 41 36 40 33 35 26 29 21

Avg. 2.4 2.3 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.0 0.9 0.8 0.7

3-POINT FG MADE 1. Scott, Brenton-INS 2. Lee,Paris-ILS 3. Van Scyoc, Matt-INS 4. Morgan, Jeremy-UNI 5. Frankamp, Conner-WSU 6. Shamet, Landry-WSU 6. Hawkins,Deontae-ILS 8. Wampler, Billy-DU 9. Ingram, Donte-LUC 10. Custer, Clayton-LUC

Cl JR SR SR SR JR FR SR SO JR JR

G 31 35 31 29 36 36 35 31 29 32

Avg. 73 81 68 60 73 72 70 60 54 58

Avg. 2.4 2.3 2.2 2.1 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.9 1.9 1.8

FIELD GOAL PCT 1. Jackson, Aundre-LUC 2. Fayne,Phil-ILS 3. Koch, Bennett-UNI 4. Willis, Darral-WSU 5. Bol,Thik-SIU 6. Ingram, Donte-LUC 7. Morris, Shaquille-WSU 8. Clemons, Everett-INS 9. O'Brien,Sean-SIU 10. Johnson,Alize-MSU

Cl JR SO JR JR JR JR JR SR SR JR

FG 178 128 110 127 129 145 125 112 167 169

FGA 266 217 193 236 242 274 239 223 337 346

Pct .669 .590 .570 .538 .533 .529 .523 .502 .496 .488

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. Johnson,Alize-MSU 2. Fayne,Phil-ILS 3. Bol,Thik-SIU 4. O'Brien,Sean-SIU 5. Church,Obediah-MSU 6. Thomas, Donte-BRAD 7. Bar, Koch-BRAD 8. Willis, Darral-WSU 8. Kelly, Rashard-WSU 10. Howard, David-UE

Cl JR SO JR SR SO JR FR JR JR SR

G 33 35 33 33 31 32 33 36 36 32

Avg. 110 88 80 78 71 62 62 64 64 56

Avg. 3.3 2.5 2.4 2.4 2.3 1.9 1.9 1.8 1.8 1.8

FREE THROW PCT 1. Brown, Jaylon-UE 2. Taylor, Ryan-UE 3. Timmer, Reed-DU 4. McDuffie, Markis-WSU 5. Doyle, Milton-LUC 6. Morris, Shaquille-WSU 7. Brown, Darrell-BRAD 8. Morgan, Jeremy-UNI 9. Lee,Paris-ILS 10. McIntosh,MiKyle-ILS

GP 33 33 31 36 32 34 32 29 35 30

FT 211 78 126 118 110 71 110 98 76 103

FTA 246 92 152 144 138 90 140 125 97 135

Pct .858 .848 .829 .819 .797 .789 .786 .784 .784 .763

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. Johnson,Alize-MSU 2. O'Brien,Sean-SIU 3. Ingram, Donte-LUC 4. Morgan, Jeremy-UNI 5. Clemons, Everett-INS 6. Hawkins,Deontae-ILS 7. Thomas, Donte-BRAD 8. Scott, Brenton-INS 9. Doyle, Milton-LUC 10. Bol,Thik-SIU

Cl JR SR JR SR SR SR JR JR SR JR

G 33 33 29 29 31 35 32 31 32 33

Avg. 241 201 161 155 150 168 149 141 142 144

Avg. 7.3 6.1 5.6 5.3 4.8 4.8 4.7 4.5 4.4 4.4

3-POINT FG PCT GP 1. Ingram, Donte-LUC 29 2. Hawkins,Deontae-ILS 35 3. Frankamp, Conner-WSU 36 4. Shamet, Landry-WSU 36 5. Ashton, Jordan-UNI 30 6. Brown, Jaylon-UE 33 7. Richardson, Ben-LUC 32 8. Custer, Clayton-LUC 32 9. Lee,Paris-ILS 35 10. Kreklow,Ryan-MSU 33

3FG 54 70 73 72 49 38 52 58 81 42

3FGA 118 158 166 164 114 89 123 138 194 101

Pct .458 .443 .440 .439 .430 .427 .423 .420 .418 .416

MINUTES PLAYED 1. Brown, Jaylon-UE 2. Miller,Dequon-MSU 3. Morgan, Jeremy-UNI 4. Carlson, Klint-UNI 5. Ashton, Jordan-UNI 6. Rodriguez,Mike-SIU 7. Doyle, Milton-LUC 8. Ingram, Donte-LUC 9. Clemons, Everett-INS 10. O'Brien,Sean-SIU

Cl SR SR SR JR SR SR SR JR SR SR

G 33 33 29 30 30 33 32 29 31 33

Avg. 1215 1174 1009 994 991 1077 1044 945 1006 1056

Avg. 36.8 35.6 34.8 33.1 33.0 32.6 32.6 32.6 32.5 32.0

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2016-17 REVIEW DEPARTING PLAYERS

Zach Bush

6-6 | G | Wichita, Kan. (Goddard Eisenhower HS) | 2012-17 Year GP- GS Min Avg FG- FGA Pct 3FG--FGA Pct 2013-14 (Fr.) 24- 0 51 2.1 1- 8 .125 1--4 .250 2014-15 (So.) 3- 0 11 3.7 0- 1 .000 0--0 .000 2015-16 (Jr.) 16- 0 37 2.3 1- 6 .167 0--3 .000 2016-17 (Sr.) 21- 0 55 2.6 3- 11 .273 1--6 .167 TOTAL 64- 0 154 2.4 5-- 26 .192 2--13 .154

FT--FTA Pct Off- Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl 0--2 .000 1- 7 8 0.3 6 0 4 6 0 1 0--2 .000 0- 2 2 0.7 1 0 1 0 0 0 3--4 .750 1- 3 4 0.3 4 0 3 0 0 2 1--3 .333 1- 7 8 0.4 3 0 4 2 0 5 4--11 .364 3- 19 22 0.3 14 0 12 8 0 8

Pts Avg 3 0.1 0 0.0 5 0.3 8 0.4 16 0.3

WSU's first five-year walk-on of the 13 scholarship era... Finished as one of the most successful players (by parentage) in NCAA history, participating in just one defeat in four seasons on the active roster (a Dec. 17, 2016 loss to Oklahoma State). Took part in 63 Shocker wins for a career percentage of .984... ... Team won MVC regular season crowns and advanced to NCAA Tournament play in all four of his seasons on the active roster, going 122-20 overall... Was also a redshirt on the 2013 Final Four team... Scored 16 career points in 154 minutes to go with 22 rebounds, 12 assists and eight steals...6x AD Honor Roll... Won the Elite 18 Award at the 2017 MVC Tournament... 2017 Shelly Cox/KAKE-TV Leadership Award winner... Graduated in the spring of 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sport Management.

John Robert Simon

5-10 | G | Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City West HS) | 2013-17 Year GP- GS Min Avg FG-- FGA Pct 3FG--FGA Pct FT--FTA Pct Off- Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2013-14 (Fr.) 25- 0 66 2.6 1- 9 .111 1--6 .167 11--17 .647 1- 7 8 0.3 9 0 3 7 0 1 14 0.6 2014-15 (So.) 14- 0 49 3.5 5- 11 .455 1--4 .250 2--2 1.000 2- 5 7 0.5 6 0 5 5 0 4 13 0.9 2015-16 (Jr.) 25- 0 116 4.6 9- 23 .391 6--15 .400 8--12 .667 3- 5 8 0.3 13 0 18 7 0 3 32 1.3 2016-17 (Sr.) 21- 0 92 4.4 7- 13 .538 5--10 .500 5--8 .625 2- 7 9 0.4 7 0 10 4 0 7 24 1.1 TOTAL 85- 0 323 3.8 22-- 56 .393 13--35 .371 26--39 .667 8- 24 32 0.4 35 0 36 23 0 15 83 1.0 Four-year walk-on who earned a scholarship shortly before the start of his final season... Appeared in 85 games as a reserve point guard from 2013-17... Career totals include: 83 points, 36 assists, 32 rebounds, 15 steals in 323 minutes... Had a 1.50 career assist-to-turnover ratio, with a 2.55 ratio over his final two seasons (28:11)... 2017 Shafer Dart Most Inspirational Player... Broke in as a freshman point guard behind All-American Fred VanVleet on the 2013-14 team and saw mop-up duty in 25 games during the team's historic 35-0 start... Improved with each year in the system and evolved into a helpful behind-the-scenes leader as an upperclassman... Forever linked to fellow walk-on, Zach Bush. The pair played four years together and were the only seniors on WSU's 2016-17 team that finished 31-5 and swept the MVC's regular season and tournament titles... Team won MVC regular season crowns and advanced to NCAA Tournament play in all four of his seasons on the active roster, going 122-20 overall... WSU was 80-5 (.941) when he saw action... Graduated in May, 2017 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship.

Eric Hamilton

6-8 | F | Atlanta, Ga. (Duluth HS) | 2015-17 Year GP- GS Min Avg FG- FGA Pct 3FG--FGA Pct 2015-16 (Fr.) 21- 0 128 6.1 23- 44 .523 4--11 .364 2016-17 (So.) 26- 0 123 4.7 13- 44 .295 2--12 .167 TOTAL 47- 0 251 5.3 36-- 88 .409 6--23 .261

FT--FTA Pct 21--32 .656 6--17 .353 27--49 .551

Off- Def 10- 25 6- 28 16- 53

Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 35 1.7 15 0 2 9 4 1 71 3.4 34 1.3 16 0 1 8 5 3 34 1.3 69 1.5 31 0 3 17 9 4 105 2.2

Appeared in 47 games over two seasons as a reserve forward... Totals include 105 career points, 69 rebounds and nine blocks... Transferred after his sophomore season... Team was 57-14 in his two seasons with a pair of MVC regular season titles, one MVC Tournament title and two NCAA Tournament bids... Scored a career-high 14 points against Iowa in the AdvoCare Invitational in the sixth game of his freshman year... Two-time Shocker Madness slam dunk contest champion.

Daishon Smith

6-1 | G | Jacksonville, Fla. (Ribault HS / Eastern Fla. St. / Tallahassee CC) | 2016-17 Year GP- GS Min Avg FG-- FGA Pct 3FG--FGA Pct FT--FTA Pct Off- Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2014-15 at Eastern Florida State College 2015-16 at Tallahassee (Fla.) Community College 2016-17 36- 12 536 14.9 50- 122 .410 28--73 .384 43--58 .741 11- 68 79 2.2 51 0 68 39 2 35 171 4.8 TOTAL 36- 12 536 14.9 50- 122 .410 28--73 .384 43--58 .741 11- 68 79 2.2 51 0 68 39 2 35 171 4.8 Speedy junior college point guard who appeared in all 36 games with 12 starts… Averaged 4.8 points and 1.9 assists in 14.9 minutes and ranked second on the team with 35 steals… Posted a solid 1.74 assist-to-turnover ratio… Shot 38.4% from three for the year (28-of-73)… Ranked as one of the top-20 JUCO signings in the Class of 2016 by Basketball Times... Won the starting job in late November, but saw his playing time diminish with the emergence of all-conference selections Landry Shamet and Conner Frankamp during the second half of the year… Elected to transfer prior to his senior season in search of more playing time… Had a career-high 16 points in the Nov. 20 win over Eastern Shore. Went 4-for-4 from three in that contest, helping WSU tie a school record with 15 threes.

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SECTION TITLE

HISTORY

Shocker Basketball History................................. 90-100 Year-by-Year Records......................................... 101 All-Time Coaches................................................ 102-104 Assistant Coaches............................................... 104 All-Time Roster.................................................. 105-108 Retired Numbers................................................ 106 NBA Shockers..................................................... 109-111 International Shockers....................................... 112 National Honors................................................. 113 MVC Honors....................................................... 114-115 Academic Honors............................................... 116 Team Awards...................................................... 117-118

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SHOCKER HISTORY ita in the early 1930s. The public was divided, and President Harold Foght found it difficult to please the students, faculty, regents, and citizens.

SHOCKER BASKETBALL HISTORY by WSU Office of Media Relations Special thanks to Mike Kennedy and George Platt

Foght enjoyed college athletics and thought a successful athletic program led directly to a university-wide untarnished reputation. The fans seemed to be in support of the reputation associated with athletics and appreciated the publicity that followed successful teams.

Hundreds of young men have worn the uniform, led by dozens of coaches. Faces, fashions and facilities have changed. So has the game, itself. Yet, one constant thread binds more than a century of Wichita State basketball history -- the team has been and remains a great source of community pride. Though it’s impossible to recount every story and acknowledge every person who has made an impact on the Shocker basketball program, a few key moments stand out:

THE BEGINNING

To accomodate large crowds, the Shockers played many of their bigger games downtown at the Forum [Top Center] Memorial Gymnasium [Lower L & R], later renamed Henrion Gymnasium, opened in 1921 and served the Shockers’ home court for over three decades.

The 1906 season included the first organized game in school history after the basketball program joined Fairmount Athletics under the tutelage of football coach Willis Bates. The idea was said to have come from a student named Walter Martin who was inspired by a talk he had heard by the game’s inventor, Dr. James Naismith. Martin and Willis Bate’s brother - Percy - were the “giants” of the team, standing at 5-foot-11. Freshman Lawrence Abbey - the only one of the group who had actually played basketball - served as captain. Playing their first game in the Fairmount Hall basement, Washburn defeated the Wheatshockers, 37-10. Victorious in only two games, the season was not a complete loss. The high point was a 30-13 victory over Mulvane High, which was the reigning Sumner County Champion. Fairmount basketball, although not consistent on the court, began to raise the interest both students and faculty. Following a big loss at Southwestern College in 1908, the athletic association decided that Fairmount needed a gym similar to theirs. That same year a temporary gym was constructed along 17th Street and the men’s basketball team had a new home. The gym was commonly referred to as “The Barn,” and new building rules appeared in the Sunflower: “Thou shall use no slang stronger that ‘Darn’ when making a play that is bum.” The inconvenience of the temporary gym gave way to expansion, and a formal gym that was dedicated on Feb. 12, 1909. The rate at which the Fairmount program grew hampered both the fans and press from watching the games in comfort. To accommodate all who wanted to watch Fairmount battle opponents, the games were moved to the downtown Forum. This downtown entertainment facility originally was constructed on South Water and English Streets, where Century II now stands.

The Forum, initially constructed to make Wichita the Convention City of the Southwest, could sufficiently seat 3,800 people for basketball. In 1915, the Shockers played Wichita High School in an exhibition game as a semiformal opening of the Forum. It was not unusual for the early Shocker teams to play AAU and industrial teams such as the Boeing Bombers, Beechcraft Flyers, and the Wichita Air Force Base. In January of 1919, plans were made to erect a gym as a memorial to those who lost their lives in World War I. Percy Bates was one of those students to whom the building was dedicated. The new 2,000-seat facility was built on the same site as the old gym.

The first half of the season the basketball team played in the Wichita City League, a league filled with former college and high school stars. The second half of the season, the team traveled to Mexico on a goodwill tour. This trip was sponsored by the student body, and the Shockers compiled a record of 5-3.

THE LEGACY OF GENE JOHNSON Often overlooked in Wichita State’s rich basketball heritage, former Shocker basketball head coach Gene Johnson never received the recognition that history indicates he deserved. In the past, Johnson, whose .755 winning percentage (7524) from 1928-33 ranks thirds in WSU history, has been in the shadows of some of the former Shocker coaching greats. Despite these great coaches’ oncourt accomplishments, none revolutionized the game of basketball like Johnson.

While not as large as the Forum, it would be located directly on campus, which would generate more student support. The formal opening of Memorial Gymnasium was on Jan. 15, 1921, in a game against the American Legion of Wichita. The gym was known as Memorial Gymnasium until 1926, when the Sunflower referred to it as Henrion. Henrion Gymnasium was named after Walter Henrion, a local businessman who owned a chain of drugstores and a construction company. With the use of his company, Henrion built the gymnasium and made a significant financial contribution. He was one of the great supporters of the University, supporting the athletic programs, and granting financial aid to many students. Henrion played as integral a role in the foundation of Fairmount College as Henry Levitt would later duplicate for Wichita State University.

First team All-American, Ross McBurney and second-teamer Harold Reynolds led the Wheatshockers’ to a 13-1 record and a second-place finish behind conference champs Pittsburg. The 1927 Parnassus was proud to rate WU’s basketball team as “third-best team in the nation--second-best team in the state.”

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First, the faculty elected Dr. John Rydjord, head of the History Department as Chairman of the Athletic Policy Committee. Second, Dr. Hugo Wall, head of the Political Science Department was elected Chairman of the Committee on Student Aid and Remission of Tuition. Although not involved in any North Central Association games in 1934, Shocker basketball still compiled a 14-10 record.

In 1927, the University of Wichita joined the Central Conference, but only on the condition that it would not interfere with playing the Wheatshocker’s most intense rival, Friends. WU was beginning to open the eyes on a national level, producing talented basketball players.

Fairmount College’s first men’s basketball team took the floor during the 1905-06 school year.

By 1930, the North Central Association had raised questions regarding the amount of payment being received by athletes and coaches. In order to achieve institutional control over its athletics, WU suspended all athletics and appointed new faculty members as directed by the North Central Association.

The Great Depression of the late 1920s strained the university’s budget and the growing sentiment that athletics should not be as important as academics cast a dark cloud over Wich-

Former WSU coach Gene Johnson coached Team USA to its first-ever Olympic Gold Medal in 1936 and is credited with inventing the modern-day full-court zone press defense.

“Just a few of us know that Gene created the 2-2-1 (full-court zone press),” former WSU coaching great Ralph Miller said in a 1989 interview. “He was one of those people who got lost in the shuffle of history.”

Credited as the inventor of modern day full-court, zone-pressure defense, Johnson’s basic principles were the basis of John Wooden’s UCLA teams that won 10 national titles, including an unprecedented seven-consecutive NCAA titles from 196773. Perhaps in a cruel twist of fate, Johnson’s philosophy came back to haunt the Shockers at the 1965 Final Four, when Wooden’s Bruins defeated WSU, 108-89, in the national semifinals. “The idea that Gene Johnson invented was a great contribution to the game of basketball,” Miller said. Despite Johnson’s influence on the way basketball’s played in this day and age, nothing stands out about the legendary coach more so than what he accomplished at the 1936 Olympics. Taking the United States team, which featured his brother, Francis Johnson, and WSU star Jack Ragland, into uncharted territory in Berlin, Germany, which at the time was


SHOCKER HISTORY under the dictatorship of Adolph Hitler, Johnson coached the US its first-ever Olympic basketball gold medal. “The 1936 team got plenty of attention at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics,” Johnson said in a 1986 interview. “We all got medals and things, and they honored our team particularly and introduced us between halves. “We were the first ones to win a gold medal in the Olympics, and they can’t take that away from us.” On the original “Dream Team” was Johnson’s younger brother Francis, who served as the national team’s captain. Francis, a great all-around athlete who also played basketball, football and ran track at WSU, helped lead his brother’s Shockers to a 14-2 finish and a Central Intercollegiate Conference title in 1933. Despite his solid collegiate career, Francis went on to earn greater basketball notoriety after his days at WSU, earning AAU All-America honors in 1935, 1936 and 1938. Unfortunately, Gene Johnson was only able to implement and practice his new philosophy for a short time in Wichita. Due to a contract squabble, Johnson and the university parted ways following the 1933 season. During that campaign, the Shockers defeated its opponents by an average of 47.0 to 34.0, which was quite a feat, considering that 47 points then was the equivalent of 94 points today. After leaving WSU, Johnson fulfilled a distinguished coaching career among the AAU ranks, leading the McPherson Globe Refiners to a national title and later coaching the Wichita Vickers. In addition, Johnson led the Wichita Henry’s, a team that featured WSU stars Ross McBurney and Berry Dunham, to the

three consecutive National AAU Championship from 1930-32. The Wichita Henrys’, which represented the clothing store of Henry Levitt, the man who Levitt Arena was later named after, dynasty helped make Wichita a hotbed for basketball in the 1930’s.

First Modern Era Postseason Team

Nonetheless, Johnson’s impact on the basketball world was not overlooked. Although he is not in the National Basketball Hall of Fame or the Kansas All-Sports Hall of Fame, Johnson was selected to the Emporia (Kan.) State University Hall of Fame, the Kansas High School Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame, and the Pizza Hut Shocker Sport Hall of Fame.

THE RALPH MILLER ERA BEGINS Shocker basketball stayed mostly in the shadows for the first few years following World War II. Wichita University joined the higher-profile Missouri Valley Conference for the 1945-46 school year but wasn’t especially competitive. That slowly changed with the hiring of future hall of famer Ralph Miller as head coach. Miller played for the legendary Phog Allen at Kansas and eventually became head coach at Wichita’s East High School, where he adopted Gene Johnson’s full-court press and - in three seasons - helped lead the Aces to a state championship and two other top-three finishes. This success brought him plenty of attention, and in 1951 he was offered the job at WU. Despite the jump from high school to the college level, Miller’s methods translated well. Miller's team were athletic and played the full court zone-press concept to perfection over the next 13 years to the tune of 220 wins.

1953-54 NIT Qualifiers (27-4) Front Row (left to right): Alex Chuck, Bob Argumedo, Paul Sheer, Gary Thompson, Dean Sutcliff. Middle Row (LtoR): Leo Carney, Glen Boyer, Jim Strathe, Verlyn Anderson, Jim McNerney, Rod Grubb. Back Row: Cleo Littleton, Don Laketa, Marvin Carmen, Bob Hodgson, Tippy Tucker.

Miller inherited a program coming off five-straight losing seasons but turned in a 16-11 mark in just his second year. Year three saw another significant jump, with the Shockers finishing 27-4 and earning their first-ever major postseason bid, with an invitation to the NIT. The marquee win in that season came on the road when Wichita defeated fourth-ranked Oklahoma State for its first-ever victory over the Cowboys in Stillwater. Paul Scheer picked up a loose ball at the top of the key and drained a turnaround jumper at the buzzer for the winning points in a 67-66 triumph.

THE BIRTH OF THE ROUNDHOUSE The success of Miller’s early teams also had a profound effect locally. At the time of Miller’s hiring, the Shockers were still practicing in Henrion Gym, but by 1953 - admist the excement brought on by the team’s great play - President Harry Corbin and WU Board of Regents proposed appropriating money for the construction of a new arena. Members of the Wichita Chamber of Commerce endorsed the proposal for the University of Wichita Field House unanimously, as it was deemed “timely, desirable, and much needed” by the directors of the board. Soon plans were underway for the new Field House, to be located on campus, as the Kansas State Senate passed the bill without amendment and without debate. So the Roundhouse was reality, which was built in just over a year, the state-of-the-art arena would cost $1.4 million. In 1955, WU and Littleton would play on the Forum court for the last time. The final game of the era was played on Feb. 22, as the Shockers defeated Oklahoma A&M, 41-39, and somehow packed in 4,000 spectators. On Dec. 3, 1955, more than 9,000 fans welcomed the first basketball game in the WU Field House. It was formally dedicated on Dec. 7, 1955, at the WU-Kansas game, and was presented to Corbin by Sam Brolund, chairman of the Kansas Board of Regents. That same season, the NCAA first-round playoffs were hosted in the Roundhouse.

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SHOCKER HISTORY The MVC of the early 1960s was a monster, prompting a 1963 Sports Illustrated piece titled “Life in the Valley of Death” that proclaimed the league “the best there is.” In the MVC, postseason bids of any kind were tough to come by. In order to reach the NCAA Tournament, the Shockers would have to overcome some of era’s strongest programs, such as Cincinnati, Bradley, Saint Louis and Drake. Tulsa’s Joe Swank told Sports Illustrated: “We’re all loaded. That’s the thing about this conference. You have to keep running, and even so you’re going to get bit. But if you ever stop running you’ll get swallowed alive.” Beginning in 1963-64, it was the Shockers’ turn to be lead dog, and Stallworth and company surged to a 23-6 regular season mark and that elusive first NCAA Tournament bid.

Cleo Littleton - the first player west of the Mississippi to reach 2,000 career points - is the only four-time first team All-Valley selection in history.

Miller called it the most important shot in the history of Shocker basketball to that point, because OSU had been the standard of excellence in the MVC for many years, and because of what it for the Shockers’ national perception.

CLEO LITTLETON - A CAREER OF FIRSTS Much of the credit for the school’s basketball renaissance belongs to Littleton - the best basketball athlete the university had ever witnessed. Littleton arrived in the same year Miller and immediate impact, averaging 18.2 points during the 1951-52 season - still a Shocker freshman record. He was the first player west of the Mississippi to score more than 2,000 points, and is now one of only five Shocker players with their number retired. Littleton was also one of the first African-Americans to play basketball in the MVC. Though he often had to stay on the bus to eat and was unable to play in some gymnasiums, Littleton put together a remarkable career as one of the first African-Americans to play basketball in the Missouri Valley Conference. He was the first player west of the Mississippi to score more than 2,000 points and is one of only five Shockers with a retired jersey. Over his four years (1951-55), WU compiled a 71-43 record and Littleton averaged 19.0 points per contest.

MORE STAR POWER Though the post-Littleton era saw a drop in national prominence, some of Ralph Miller’s most talented individuals came through the pipeline. Guard Joe Stevens finished a then-second behind Littleton’s all-time scoring mark with 1,295 points. Al Tate was a dominating rebounder, averaging 10 boards a game. Gene Wiley became one of the premier shot-blocking big men in the country with a school- record 80 blocked-shots in 1961-62. Wiley currently holds the top six blocked-shot games in WSU history. The great players Miller had on the court in the late 1950s could not stop Cincinnati’s Oscar Robertson - considered one of the greatest basketball players of any era. On March 1, 1958, the “Big O” set the arena record with 50 points. Although the late 1950s were not as productive on the court, the early 1960s would form a foundation of better things to come. The 1960-61 squad compiled a record of 18-8, which was the best mark since Littleton left WU.

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Dave Stallworth helped the Shockers reach No. 1 in the national polls in December of 1965 in the last of three All-American seasons.

DAVE “THE RAVE” One of the finest victories ever in the Roundhouse came on February 16, 1963 against two-time defending national champion Cincinnati. Again ranked No. 1 nationally, the Bearcats entered with a 37-game winning streak (at the time, the fifth-longest streak in college basketball history) and led the nation in scoring defense at 52.9 points per contest. A Shocker sophomore by the name of Dave Stallworth nearly reached that total by himself, sinking 14-of-22 shots from the field and 18-of-23 from the foul line on his way to 46 points. WSU’s 65-64 victory was one of only two blemishes on Cincinnati’s 26-2 final record. The other loss came to Loyola in the NCAA championship game. Two weeks after beating Cincinnati, WSU also took down Loyola in Chicago, 73-72, giving the Shockers wins over each of the national finalists. Loyola would finish the year at 29-2. Nicknamed “The Rave,” Stallworth averaged 24.2 points over his three-year career and became the Shockers’ first consensus All-American. His 1,936 points rank third on the all-time list and are especially impressive considering he only played 80 games. Because he made his debut as a second-semester freshman, Stallworth had already exhausted his three years of eligibility when the spring semester of his senior year rolled around, putting an end to his standout collegiate career. In his abbreviated senior season, Stallworth averaged 25.0 points and 12.1 rebounds and, on Dec. 15, 1964, helped the Shockers to the first - and only - No. 1 ranking in school history. Despite missing the final two-and-half months, he still made enough of an impression nationally to earn a second-consecutive consensus All-America nod.

That December, WU blew through the field at the All-College Classic in Oklahoma City, winning all three games by an average of 24 points. A month later, they were back in the AP top-10. During a 6-0 start to MVC play, the Shockers also managed to work in a home-and-home non-conference sweep of top-10 Loyola, to run their winning streak to a season-high 11 games. However a distasterous road trip followed in early February with back-to-back losses at Bradley and Drake, and the Shockers needed overtime to salvage the finale at Cincinnati. The team regrouped in the days ahead, closing out the regular season with four-straight wins but still found themselves in a first-place tie with Drake. Having split the season series, the teams traveled to Lawrence, Kan. for a one-game neutral site playoff at Allen Fieldhouse. Guard Ernie Moore scored 19 points to lead the Shockers to a 58-50 victory and its first title since joining the MVC nearly two decades prior. The win also punched a ticket to the Big Dance, but Moore was unable to participate. Though allowed to compete by the MVC in the 1964 spring semester, he was unable to gain similar clearance from the NCAA, robbing the Shockers of one of their primary ball-handlers. WU Fieldhouse played host to the four-team Midwest Regional, and Wichita made short work of Creighton in the semifinal, winning 84-68, but a disappointing 94-86 loss to Kansas State in the final denied the Shockers of a spot in the Final Four. More bad news followed as Miller - WSU’s all-time coaching wins leader (220) - and the architect of the program’s recent success, opted to move on. A quarter-century later, following successful stops at Iowa (1964-70) and Oregon St. (1970-88), he retired as the eighth-winningest coach in college basketball history. On May 3, 1988, the Chanute, Kan. native was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

Miller summarized Stallworth’s standout career by saying, “Stallworth was the best all-around offensive player I have had the privilege of working with.”

RISING UP FROM THE VALLEY OF DEATH The 1962-63 wins over Cincinnati and Loyola showcased the young Shockers’ potential. They finished 19-8, were ranked in the top 10 nationally for most of the season’s second half, and made a return trip to the NIT for the first time since 1954 (Littleton’s junior season). Yet they finished just 7-5 in conference.

Shocker fans celebrate after the team’s 54-46 win over Oklahoma State in the 1965 Midwest Regional Championship.


SHOCKER HISTORY 1965 Final Four Shockers

WOODEN, BRADLEY & THE 1965 FINAL FOUR Having lost their head coach and - at semester -their biggest star, the 1964-65 team could have easily caved. Instead, it rallied for one of the finest seasons in the history of the program. In the summer of 1964, the university officially entered the state system of higher education, prompting a name change t “Wichita State University.” Meanwhile, Gary Thompson, a former player and assistant coach under Miller, accepted the head coaching duties and led the Shockers to their first No. 1 ranking on Dec. 14, 1964. Though the 6-7 Stallworth and 6-10 Nate Bowman could not participate in the spring semester, (19-7 in the regular season) won its second-straight MVC title and earned a berth in the NCAA Midwest Regional, where it defeated Southern Methodist to set up a championship matchup with Henry Iba’s Oklahoma State squad. Lacking the height of Stallworth and Bowman, Thompson opted for the same slow, low-possession temp favored by Iba and beat the Cowboys at their own game. Though WSU took just 29 shots, it made 17 of them (.586), while converting 20of-25 free throw attempts (.800) to secure a 54-46 win. From there in was on Portland for the Final Four, where the Shockers would take a somewhat reluctant place in basketball history. Thompson had made it very clear that the Shockers were going to be the underdogs: “I don’t think we can win at Portland, but the boys think we can, and they may make me believe it.” The first test would come in the form of the UCLA Bruins. From the start, it was apparent that the Bruins were too much for the Shockers, winning 108-89. UCLA, which was the defending national champions, would eventually defeat the Michigan Wolverines for their second-straight national title and would go on to win eight more over the next 10 years. Following the semifinal defeat, the Shockers played in a thirdplace game against Princeton and standout Bill Bradley in a game that would land them in the record books - sort of. Though the Shockers put up a respectable 82 points, they had no answer for Bradley - a future U.S. Senator - who made an incredible 22-of-29 shots from the field, knocked down 14-of15 foul shots and also collected 17 rebounds to lead Princeton to a 118-82 victory. Bradley’s 58 points remain, even a half century later, the all-time Final Four record.

Front row (left to right): John Criss, Dave Leach, Jamie Thompson, Verly Anderson, assistant coach; Gary Thompson, head coach; Ron Heller, assistant coach; Kelly Pete, Manny Zafiros, Tommy Newman. Back row (left to right): Vernon Smith, Melvin Reed, Larry Nosich, Gerald Davis, Dave Stallworth, Bob Powers, Nate Bowman, Al Trope, Gerard Reimond.

THE AMAZING ARMSTRONG

BENTON THE BOARDS

The rest of Coach Thompson’s career at WSU would be a struggle, and - following a brief top 10 cameo in December of 1966 - the Shockers would not see a national ranking for another 15 years. Thompson would, however, coach one of the most versatile players in WSU history during that time.

The next 10 years brought a gradual decline. A run of 15-consecutive winning seasons that began with Littleton in 1952-53 ended in 1968 with the Shockers swooning to a 12-14 finish.

Warren Armstrong was a three-time all-Valley performer from 1966-68 and holds four of WSU’s 11 triple-double games (double-figure points, rebounds assists, or blocks). As a sophomore, he averaged nearly a dozen rebounds while setting what was then the school’s single-game assists record (12). Blessed with superior leaping ability and an uncanny ability to see the whole court, Armstrong was a team player who would rather pass to an open teammate than take his own shot. In the days of dualing professional leagues, Armstrong (who had by then changed his name to Warren Jabali) was a fourtime ABA All-Star. In his first pro season, he was named ABA Rookie of the Year and averaged over 28 points during the playoffs to lead the Oakland Oaks to the 1969 ABA title.

THE LEVITT LEGACY Accomplishments at Wichita State have not occurred without formidable work done by those associated with athletics, and guidance from individuals who support athletic endeavors. Henry Levitt not only supported Wichita as a community, he loved WSU athletics. Levitt chartered the Endowment Association, sponsored an AAU basketball team, served the university as a member of four boards and clubs, and pushed for improvements like the new Cessna Stadium and the Field House. He was named to the Helms Basketball Hall of Fame in 1966 for his early contributions to the sport. He was a special friend of the university, and his friendship was underscored by his willingness to work on its behalf. After the death of Levitt, president Clark Ahlberg recommended that the WSU Field House be renamed in recognition of Levitt’s contribution to athletics. From 1968 until its renovation in 2003, the facility was known as Henry Levitt Arena. Today, the entire area encompassing Cessna Stadium and the arena are known as the Henry Levitt Athletic Complex.

Over the eight-year stretch that followed, WSU managed just one season above .500 and never finished higher than fifth in the MVC standings. Despite this lack of team success, the Shockers faithful were treated to some very memorable performances from Terry Benton, one of the great rebounders in MVC history. From 1969-1972, the former Wichita East standout simply dominate opposing teams on the boards. Over a three-year career, the 6-foot-8 jumping jack pulled down an average of 16.8 rebounds per game, finishing with 1,003 points and 963 total boards. As a junior, Benton recorded 20-or-more rebounds on seven occasions, highlighted by a monster 29 -rebound performance against North Texas. An first team all-conference pick both 1971 and 1972, Benton was drafted by both the NBA’s Detroit Pistons and the ABA’s Kentucky Colonels in 1972.

SAY CHEESE The Shockers returned to the top of the MVC standings rather abruptly in 1975-76 with help from an NCAA rule change. Beginning in 1972-73, new legislation made college freshmen eligible to compete immediately on varsity rosters. Newcomers Bob Trogele and Lynbert Johnson became freshmen starters, joining a lineup anchored by 6-10 standout Robert Elmore and gritty senior guard Cal Bruton. All four would join the 1,000-point club at some point in their careers. A third freshman, Charlie Brent, saw valuable minutes off the bench. The new-look Shockers needed time to find their footing and, by late January, were an unassuming 8-8. Then came a 63-55 win over No. 20 West Texas State, which helped launch a seven-game winning streak. West Texas would later avenge the loss in Amarillo, but that was the only blemish for the Shockers over an impressive 37-

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SHOCKER HISTORY day stretch that saw them close out the regular season with wins in 10 of their last 11 to claim the MVC title outright. WSU returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since its 1965 Final Four trip and narrowly missed out on a first round upset, falling 74-73 to a Michigan team ranked 14th. Johnson - known by many as “Cheese” - quickly became a fan-favorite. Though the name Lynbert sounds an awful lot like “limburger”, the nickname has little to do with dairy products. As a child on the Harlem playgrounds, Johnson was known for smiling while he played, similar to the way one says “cheese” for the camera. A former top-10 recruit out of New York’s Haaren High School, Johnson was a three-time all-conference selection who finished with over 1,900 points and 1,000 rebounds. In an emotional senior day performance on Feb. 17, 1979, Johnson delivered 27 points and 13 boards. Eight days later, he put up 21 points in a nationally-televised matchup at Indiana State. However, the latter game is more commonly remembered as Larry Bird’s coming out party. In his national TV debut, Bird scored 49 points against the Shockers. In the days before constant television coverage, it was - for many basketball fans their first glimpse of the future hall of famer.

GENE SMITHSON’S MTXE ERA Johnson’s senior year - during which he averaged 22.2 points while playing over 35 minutes per contest - helped ease the transition of new head coach Gene Smithson, who wanted to instill the qualifities of mental toughness and extra effort into his team. His commonly used slogan, MTXE, became a rallying cry for the Shockers and their fans throughout the next eight years. Johnson fit the philosophy to a “t,” allowing Smithson to quickly implement his uptempo offense and constant defensive ball pressure. MTXE brought consecutive 20-win seasons, two appearances in the NCAA Tournament and two appearances in the NIT. Smithson won more than two-thirds of his games, and clearly recruited some of the most talented players in the history of WSU basketball.

THE BOOKENDS The1979 recruiting class included “Bookend Forwards,” Antoine Carr and Cliff Levingston. Carr was a local standout while attending Wichita Heights High School. He became the Shockers’ third All-American in 1983, and averaged 22.2 points a game during his senior season. Carr finished his career with 1,911 points while shooting 55.7 percent from the field and set a school record with 47 points against Southern Illinois in the final game of the 1983 season. WSU’s Bookend Forwards, Antoine Carr and Cliff Levingston were two of the MTXE Era’s brightest stars. Both were top-10 overall NBA draft picks.

Levingston came from San Diego to star in Wichita. His impact was felt after leading the team in scoring his freshman and sophomore seasons. With averages of 15.7 and 18.5, he was named first-team all-MVC in 1981 and again in 1982. Following his success throughout his first three seasons, he decided to forgo his senior year and entered the NBA draft. The 1980-81 Shockers compiled a 26-7 record and advanced to the final eight before losing to Louisiana State 96-85, in the NCAA Midwest Regional Championship in New Orleans. WSU played host to first and second round action during that run, and the Levitt Arena faithful played a key role in helping the Shockers advance. After an easy 95-70 win over Southern, the Shockers went to the wire with Iowa in a game still regarded as one of the loudest in the arena’s long and storied history. Early in the second half, Iowa had built a 17-point lead, but the fans refused to throw in the towel. As WSU rallied to make a game of it, the volume lifted. Rattled by the deafening crowd, Iowa called a timeout it did not have, resulting in a technical foul. Point guard Randy Smithson knocked down the go-ahead free throws with five second to play to snap a 56-56 tie, and the Shockers were into the Sweet 16. The following week in the New Orleans Super Dome, WSU posted another landmark win over in-state rival Kansas in a game that became affectionately known as “the Battle of New Orleans.” After playing WSU in the official dedication game for its new arena at the beginning of the 1955-56 season, KU had steadfastly refused to play the Shockers again for 25 years, making this an emotional game for Shocker fans KU led 65-62 in the final minute, when a long jumper by Mike Jones pulled WSU within one, and then another long jumper by Jones, this one with :04 left, gave WSU the win. Though WSU fell a round later to LSU in the Elite Eight, Gene Smithson had the basketball program and entire city of Wichita in a state of euphoria. Over a four-year period between 1980-84, they would go on to post a 92-29 record. With achievement also came the NCAA and the announcement of an investigation into WSU basketball.

Fan favorite Cheese Johnson averaged 22 points as a senior for the highest-scoring team in school history.

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Violations by the previous coaching regime led to a two-year postseason ban, so despite a 48-9 record over the 1981-82 and 1982-83 seasons, the Shockers were unable to build on their impressive 1981 Elite Eight run.

1980-81 - NCAA Elite Eight Team (26-7)

1980-81 Team: Front Row (L to R): Karl Papke, Mike Jones, Zoran Radovic, James Gibbs, Tony Martin, Randy Smithson, Byrd Millick, manager. Back Row (LtoR): Rich Shore, assistant coach; Jeff Jones, assistant coach; James Carr, student assistant; Eric Kuhn, Antoine Carr, Ozell Jones, Zarko Durisic, Cliff Levingston, Mike Denny, Jay Jackson, Gene Smithson, head coach; Ronnie Ryer, student assistant.

THE X-MAN Amidst the sancations, there was one bright spot that gave Shocker fans hope for the future. He was simply known as “X.” Xavier McDaniel came to Wichita with an attitude and determination that would eventually make him one of the greatest players in WSU and college basketball history. Four years later, X had posted 2,152 points placing him second in all-time scoring behind Littleton, while setting the school record with 1,359 rebounds. McDaniel’s rapid improvement in 1982-83 helped ease the loss of Levingston to the NBA Draft, and the Shockers produced one of their finest seasons at 25-3. Led by Carr (22.6 points per game), McDaniel (18.8) and Aubrey Sherrod (15.3), WSU rolled to a 17-1 MVC record and the regular season title. In 1984-85 - with Carr joining Levingston in the NBA - McDaniel took center stage. As a senior, “X” had one of the best individual seasons ever, becoming the first NCAA Division I to lead the nation in scoring and rebounding at 27.2 points and an incredible 14.8 rebounds a game, while shooting 55.9 percent from the field. WSU stunned No. 15 Tulsa on its home court in the finals of the MVC Tournament, 84-82, to claim an NCAA Tournament bid. The 1985 NBA Draft closed the door on an incredible era of NBA talent. McDaniel (1st Round, 4th overall) and Sherrod (2nd Round, 34th overall) joined Levingston (1983, 1st Round, 9th overall) and Carr (1984, 1st Round, 8th Overall) to give WSU four high draft picks in a three-year span. That talent exodus would be difficult to overcome. In 1985-86, WSU slumped to 14-14. With more NCAA allegations brewing and devlining support by the school and city, Gene Smithson was forced out as head coach. In eight seasons Smithson collected 155 wins (for an average of almost 20 victories per season). He was the first coach ever to guide WSU to back-to-back 20-win campaigns. In 1986, allegations and declining support by the school and city forced Smithson out as head coach. In eight seasons, Smithson collected 155 wins.. He averaged almost 20 wins a year and was the first coach to guide WSU to back-to-back 20-win seasons.


SHOCKER HISTORY THE FOGLER ERA

THE TURGEON ERA BEGINS

THE ROUNDHOUSE RENAISSANCE

In March of 1986, Eddie Fogler led a new period of Shocker basketball. Fogler, a former North Carolina assistant to Dean Smith, brought impressive credentials to Wichita.

Still seeking a leader who could help revive Shocker basketball, new director of athletics, Jim Schaus turned to Topeka-native and former University of Kansas point guard, Mark Turgeon on March 11, 2000.

Along with Turgeon and his early group of core players, another big factor in WSU’s re-emergance was a comprehensive renovation of the school’s athletics facilities, led by Schaus and others.

That would prove to be a wise decision.

Near the turn of the century, after nearly 50 years of continuous use, Levitt Arena had begun to show its age, but WSU wasn’t about to part with such an important part of its history. Fittingly, many of the same fans who helped inject so much life into the building on game nights, rallied to support its next chapter during the $25 million Roundhouse Renaissance project.

He made a strong impression in his first season when he guided the Shockers to a home win over No. 19 Kansas, followed by another over Kansas State. Weeks later, WSU scored another big conference championship victory at Tulsa, this time in overtime, to return to the NCAA Tournament. During his tenure at WSU, Fogler collected 61 wins and became the first WSU coach to defeat both Kansas and Kansas State in the same season. After postseason trips to the NCAA and NIT, Fogler left WSU after three seasons to become the head coach at Vanderbilt.

THE ‘90s Mike Cohen, an assistant coach under Fogler, was hired on April 5, 1989, to lead WSU. Cohen’s biggest victories came in the same week. WSU defeated 12th-ranked Alabama on Dec. 3, 1991, marking the first victory over a ranked team in almost two years. Two days later, WSU defeated Oklahoma State, 7269. Cohen’s success was brief. With 10 games remaining in the 1991-92 season, he announced his resignation, effective at the end of the season. In three years,he went 32-56. At a press conference on March 24, 1992, Scott Thompson was hired as the new WSU basketball coach. Regarded as one of the brightest young coaches in the game, he had spent 10 years as an assistant coach and had built Rice into a 20-game winner in five years. Thompson’s years as coach at WSU did not produce winning records, but he did have two transfer guards and a young forward who excelled. Jimmy Bolden transferred to WSU for his senior season and averaged a team best 13.4 points a game in 1992-93. L.D. Swanson then stepped in at point guard during his senior season, and was known as the “go-to” guy in 1994-95, when he made three game-winning shots at or near the buzzer to bring a brief frenzied atmosphere back to Levitt Arena. Also in 1994-95, sophomore Jamie Arnold became the first Shocker to lead the MVC in rebounding since McDaniel in 1984-85, while he also became WSU’s 30th player to score more than 1,000 points in his career.

Shocker fans who may have had reservations about bringing in a former Jayhawk were quickly won over as Turgeon breathed life into the program. He improved the Shockers' win totals in each of his first six seasons (8, 15, 18, 21, 22, and eventually 26), At the center of WSU’s rise was Turgeon’s first full recruiting class, featuring Randy Burns, Jamar Howard, Rob Kampman and Paul Miller (who took a medical redshirt and finished one year later than the others). All four players would become four-year starters.

Initial pledges totaled nearly $13 million, which included $6 million gift from Koch Industries, Inc., in honor of Koch Industries Chairman and CEO Charles Koch. The lead gift represented the largest single gift in the history of the company, as well as the largest single gift received by the University.

Burns - a combo guard from Houston - remains the school’s all-time leader in three-pointers (248) and - at the close of his career - had four of the top-10 single season three-point totals in school history.

“WSU is part of the Wichita community, and the Wichita community is part of WSU,” Koch said. “We are proud to be a partner in this exciting new era of Wichita State University athletics.”

Howard was far from a deadly shooter, but his athleticism and relentless drive made him dangerous on both ends of the court. One of the most animiated and intense players to ever wear a Shocker uniform, he was a three-time MVC Defensive Player of the Year and runner-up in 2003-04 for conference player of the year honors.

The project took off, thanks to generous seed gifts from Shocker supporters, including the Tom and Myra Devlin Family, $2.75 million; Bob and Maura Geist, $2.75 million; and Barry and Paula Downing, $1 million. Several additional families also made considerable contributions to the project.

Kampman - a jack of all trades from Forest City, Iowa - did a little of everything at power forward.

In a Nov. 2001, announcement, Dan and Kate Taylor’s $1 million contribution to Roundhouse Renaissance also allowed for the naming of the renovated arena’s concourse.

Both Burns and Howard would finish with over 1,500 career points, while Kampman closed with 974.

The upgrades turned Levitt Arena from an aging liability into an asset for the entire athletic department.

Construction crews spent over a year transforming the former Levitt Arena into Charles Koch Arena.

The Shockers won their first game in the renovatred Roundhouse over Northern Arizona. The first regular season points came on a Jamar Howard free throw.

Dedication ceremony for Charles Koch Arena and Devlin Court took place on Nov. 29, 2003.

Turgeon’s core group of early recruits get a large share of the credit for WSU’s basketball turnaround. (left to right: Rob Kampman, Fridge Holman, Paul Miller, Jamar Howard and a hidden Randy Burns) With a 2003 NIT bid, they ended a 14-year postseason drought.

Though a few individual performances were worth noting, Thompson did not bring a winning season to Wichita. So, WSU turned to one of its own March 18, 1996, to stop the seven-year slide. Randy Smithson, the former guard whose playing days brought WSU’s second-highest NCAA finish, was given the reins of the WSU program. With his father, Gene, they became the second father-son combination to coach at the same NCAA Division I school. Smithson stopped the slide his first two seasons with backto-back winning teams, the first such in 10 years, and a jump from seventh to third in the MVC with players he had coached at Butler County CC. Smithson’s two-year flirtation with success then turned during the 1998-99 season. Sophomore Maurice Evans (22.6 points per game) and junior Jason Perez (16.8 points) were a sensational scoring duo, but the team managed only a 13-17 finish. Evans - who would go on to play nine seasons in the NBA left the team and eventually transferred, and WSU limped through another 12-win campaign in 1999-00. Perez was a bright spot, averaging over 20 points as a senior to become WSU’s first, first-team all-conference player since 1989. He was also runner-up for MVC Player of the Year.

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SHOCKER HISTORY 2005-06: SWEET SUCCESS

2005-06 - NCAA Sweet 16 Team (26-9)

On paper, WSU was due for a regression, having lost the services of four starters from the previous year. Tabbed fifth in the MVC’s preseason poll, the Shockers instead took major step forward. The 6-foot-10 Paul Miller had improved dramatically over five years and would earn MVC Player of the Year and Associated Press honorable mention All-American honors as a senior. 6-7 Kyle Wilson - a transfer from Illinois - provided the perfect complimentary piece, as a power forward who could stretch defenses outside. Athletic small forward P.J. Couisnard came into his own as a sophomore, contributing in nearly every column of the boxscore. The mop-topped Matt Braeuer became a fan-favorite at point guard, and Sean Ogirri would emerge as one of the best pure three-point shooters in Shocker history.

Point guard Matt Braeuer was one of three sophomore starters on the 2005-06 MVC Championship team.

RETURN TO THE POSTSEASON Due to ongoing construction work at the arena, WSU played the 2002-03 season north of town at the Kansas Coliseum. That spring, WSU reached the postseason for the first time since 1989 with a bid to the NIT. The newly renovated Roundhouse - now known as Charles Koch Arena - reopened its doors for the 2003-04 school year, and the Shockers quickly made themselves at home. They earned another NIT bid in 2004 and were awarded a home game against Florida State. Shocker fans were thrilled, and a boisterous sellout crowd drew comparisons to some of the best and loudest of Gene Smithson’s MTXE era in the early 1980s. The Shockers appeared to have the game won in regulation when FSU’s Tim Pickett - later drafted by the NBA's Hornets sank an off-balance three-pointer to tie the game in the final seconds. The Seminoles would go on to win in double-overtime. As seniors, Burns, Howard and Kampman formed the core of a veteran team ready to take the next step. They opened the 2004-05 season at 9-0 and eventually improved to 16-2. The team narrowly missed out on the top-25, collecting enough poll votes for the equivalent of a No. 26 national ranking.

WSU controlled much of the second half against an Illinois team that had played in the National Championship game just eight months before. The Illini, however, rallied to take a onepoint lead in the final seconds. Shocker guard Karon Bradley drained a halfcourt attempt at the horn that would have won the game, but officials ruled that his release had come just after time had expired. Yet, WSU gained tremendous respect and confidence from that effort and carried it forward. Providence became the first-ever Big East team to visit Wichita, and a soldout Charles Koch Arena crowd was on hand to welcome them. Led by Kyle Wilson (19 points) and Sean Ogirri (17), the Shockers shot 57 percent from the field to fend off the Friars, 82-74. After a pair of two point wins against giant-killer Northwestern State and San Francisco on the road, the Shockers dropped a nationally televised game against Michigan State at Detroit’s Palace of Auburn Hills. Despite a 21-point effort from Paul Miller, the Spartans played a near perfect offensive game and handed the Shockers their worst loss of the season.

But a late-season slide left spots in the polls and the NCAA Tournament just out of reach, and the Shockers were forced to settle for a third-straight season in the NIT.

In another road test at UMKC’s historic Municipal Auditorium, zone-buster Ogirri went 5-of-7 from beyond the arc and do-everything swingman Couisnard scored nine-straight points early in the second half to help the Shockers pull away.

As a consolation, the 2005 NIT produced the Shockers’ first postseason wins of any kind since the 1981 Battle of New Orleans and provided valuable experience for the next wave of talent.

Miami of Ohio was the last of the pre-season foes. On a night when Paul Miller joined the 1,000 point club and P. J. Couisnard scored a career high 21 points, Wichita State disposed of the Redhawks 55-46.

In home wins over Houston and Western Kentucky, freshmen Matt Braeuer, Sean Ogirri and P.J. Couisnard made big contributions, giving Shocker fans a glimpse of the future.

The road to the MVC Championship began with two home games. Behind a balanced attack, the Shockers put away a feisty Indiana State team that had opened the year at 8-0. Behind 13 rebounds from Couisnard, WSU survived Bradley - an eventual Sweet 16 team - in overtime to move to 2-0.

In the round of 16 at Vanderbilt, WSU rallied to tie the score with just 0.8 seconds to play. But the game ended in heartbreak when the hosts threw an inbound pass to the far end of the court for a buzzer beating lay-in.

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It all began with a early-season appearance in the South Padre Island Invitational. Ironically, the highlight of the tournament was actually a loss. Paul Miller earned the 2006 Larry Bird Trophy as the MVC Player of the Year.

Losses to NCAA Tournament teams Southern Illinois and Northern Iowa evened the ledger at 2-2 and dampened the Shockers’ outlook significantly, with the team due out on the road for five of its next six games.

Back Row (left to right): Nick Rogers, Phil Thomasson, Paul Miller, Kyle Wilson, David King, Ryan Bradley, Ryan Martin Front Row: Cameron Ledford, Karon Bradley, Matt Braeuer, Wendell Preadom, P.J. Couisnard, Sean Ogirri

On Feb. 4, before a national television audience, Charles Koch Arena was again rocking. The crowd and a career-high 30 points from Paul Miller helped the Shockers outlast Southern Illinois in double-overtime. Just 10 days later, WSU provided another memorable finish, courtesy of Braeuer, who provided a key four-point play with just over 30 seconds to go to force overtime. Creighton hit a free throw to go up by two with 10 seconds to go. Out of timeouts, the Shockers had to improvise as they pushed the ball up the court. Ogirri worked the ball into the corner, and Braeuer drained the game-winning triple, just ahead of the buzzer. Who could have predicted that Bracket Buster foe, George Mason, would become such a familiar face to the Shockers, their fans and the basketball world over the coming weeks. A last-second win in Wichita impressed the NCAA Tournament selection committee and later allowed the Patriots to sneak into the Big Dance with one of the last remaining at-large bids. WSU shook off the late season loss and closed out the regular season on a high note. Miller’s last-second tip-in helped the Shockers survive an upset-minded Drake and secure a share of the MVC’s regular season title. The Shockers returned home later in the week to take care of Illinois State and win the title outright. Another capacity crowd hung around to watch Turgeon and company cut down the nets and

Sean Ogirri dunks during a first round rout of Seton Hall.

celebrate the school’s first MVC championship in 23 years. Making the title especially significant was that it came in one of the Valley’s strongest seasons in recent memory. Four MVC teams received invitations to the NCAA Tournament, with a fifth - Missouri State - narrowly missing out, despite a top-30 RPI. An eight-day gap between WSU’s MVC semifinal loss to Bradley and Selection Sunday dragged by slowly for the Shocker faithful who had already waited 18 years for a return trip to the NCAA Tournament. At last, Wichita State appeared on the screen - as a no. 7 seed in Greensboro, N.C. Eager to make up for nearly two decades of lost time, the Shockers jumped out to a fast start against 10th-seeded Seton Hall. Behind six three-pointers and 23 points from Ogirri, they cruised to an 86-66 victory. A matchup with the second-seeded Tennessee Volunteers was next. Just two days prior, Tennessee had narrowly survived an upset bid from no. 15 seed Winthrop.


SHOCKER HISTORY THE MARSHALL ERA BEGINS The fast start of 2006-07 faded once conference play rolled around, and WSU limped to a 17-14 finish. Shortly after, Turgeon accepted the head coaching job at Texas A&M, leaving WSU in search of new leadership. On April 14, 2007, WSU announced the hiring off Gregg Marshall, who had built Winthrop into the Big South Conference’s premier program, with seven NCAA Tournament bids in nine seasons. Marshall’s 2006 squad that had so impressed WSU administrators in a near upset of no. 2 seed Tennessee was followed by an even stronger 2007 team - good enough to finish 29-5, earn a national ranking, stake an 11-seed in the tournament, and take down 6th-seeded Notre Dame in the first round. Marshall was attracted to WSU by its recent success and the MVC’s status as a multi-bid conference. What he hadn’t counted on was a rebuilding job. A couple of thin recruiting classes mixed with the departure of key veterans left his early Shocker teams lacking in experience.

First-year head coach, Gregg Marshall and senior point guard Matt Braeuer during the 2007-08 season.

WSU administrators were impressed with Winthrop’s coach, a rising star by the name of Gregg Marshall, while the Shockers gained a boost of confidence from seeing the Vols struggle. When gameday rolled around, the Shockers were ready. The athletic Volunteers of the SEC had no answers for Couisnard, who scored 20 points on just seven shots. WSU trailed 65-63 before Couisnard tied it with 3:00 to go. That kicked off a 9-0 Shocker run. Couisnard forced a steal to stop Tennessee’s last gap, and Ryan Martin turned it into a transition slam to close out an 80-73 win and send the WSU into the Sweet 16 for the first time since 1981. The nation’s capital was the venue of the next round and Shocker nation traveled in droves to watch a rematch with 11 seed George Mason, which had pulled two upsets of its own. A cold shooting night doomed the Shockers. They finished at 31.3 percent from the field and missed 21-of-24 attempts from three-point range. WSU trailed 9-0 after less than three minutes and faced a 35-19 deficit at the half. The Shockers eventually chipped the lead down to eight but not until the final two minutes of a 63-55 setback.

The 2007-08 team struggled to an 11-20 finish, but behind the scenes Marshall was working to rebuild the foundation. His first full recruiting class included three future all-conference selections in 6-5 guard Toure’ Murry, 7-0 center Garrett Stutz and JUCO point guard Clevin Hannah. Murry showed poise beyond his years, twice hitting game-winning shots in the final seconds. WSU improved to 17-17 in 2008-09 and showed vast improvement during the latter half of the year. Following a 6-11 start tht included six-straight losses to begin conference play, the Shockers bounced back to take seven of their next nine. That late-season push earned them a postseason bid to the newly established College Basketball Invitational (CBI). Though it lacked the luster of the NCAA Tournament - or even the NIT - the experienced proved to be a positive for the young Shockers and their fans. WSU hosted two games in the event, downing Buffalo in the opening round before falling to Stanford in the quarterfinals. The Shockers carried their second half momentum into 200910 and re-established themselves as MVC contenders during a 25-10 season. They finished conference play with a 12-6 mark, good for second place in the standings, and advanced to the MVC Tournament title game for the first time since 1987. WSU’s bid for a return to the NCAA Tournament was denied by

There, Nevada ended WSU’s 17-game home winning streak and its season with a surprise 74-70 victory. 2011 NIT Champions Academically, Graham Hatch was named to the Academic All-America third Team, the Division I-AAA Ad’s Scholar-Athlete First Team, and the MVC Scholar-Athlete First Team. 2010-11 - NIT CHAMPIONS (29-8) 2010-11 Team: Front Row (L to R): Chad Gibney, Ryan Hilliard, Devon Smith, Assistant Coach Chad Dollar, Assistant Coach Marty Gross, Head Coach Gregg Marshall, Assistant Coach Chris Jans, Director of Basketball Operations Dominic Okon, Athletic Trainer Todd Fagan, Strength and Conditioning Coach Kerry Rosenboom, Manager Conor Dyck. Second Row (L to R): Manager Talon Shinn, Jerome Hamilton, Josh Walker, Ehimen Orukpe, Garrett Stutz, Aaron Ellis, Gabe Blair, Trey Jones (no longer on team), Manager Adrian Jackson. Back Row (L to R): Demetric Williams, David Kyles, Ben Smith, Derek Brown, Randall Vautravers, Toure’ Murry, Tyler Richarson, Graham Hatch, Joe Ragland

NIT CHAMPIONS The 2010-11 season may have been remembered for “what if” if not for “what was.” Painful losses to a pair of eventual Final Four opponents left WSU on the outside looking in when the NCAA Tournament brackets were announced, but the Shockers rallied in March to win the school’s first-ever postseason title. WSU fans got an early look at the team’s potential at the Maui Invitational, where the Shockers led eventual national champion UConn for over 37 minutes. But future NBA star Kemba Walker denied the upset, scoring 29 of his 31 points in the second half to key an 83-79 victory. Despite the loss, WSU started the year at 20-4, often overwhelming opponents in the second half with their fresh legs. Marshall’s deepest and most-veteran WSU team to date featured nine upperclassmen and a total of 10 players who averaged double-figure minutes and were more than happy to set their individual stats aside for the good of the group. Senior J.T. Durley was the lone Shocker to average more than 10 points. One of the few teams that could match its depth was VCU, which invaded Charles Koch Arena in late February for a Bracket Buster matchup. WSU led in the final seconds, but VCU prevailed by nailing two free throws with 0.8 seconds to play. Just as George Mason had in 2006, a relatively unknown VCU team rode a Koch Arena win to an NCAA Tournament bid and as an 11-seed - steamrolled to the Final Four.

Two days later, George Mason shocked no. 1 seed UConn to advance to the Final Four.

The Shockers regrouped for a 67-65 senior day win over Creighton, highlighted by senior Aaron Ellis’ game-winner at the buzzer, and entered the final day of the regular season tied with Missouri State for the conference lead at 14-3 with one last showdown looming in Springfield.

When teams are successful, usually individual honors follow. Miller was an All-MVC first teamer and WSU’s first conference player of the year in 21 seasons. Turgeon was coach of the year. There was no way to predict the impact a Shocker advance to the Sweet Sixteen would have on the city of Wichita and their fans. That question was answered at the airport upon their return from Greensboro after the Tennessee victory – a “Rock Star” welcome awaited the new “favorite sons." In 2006-07, Turgeon’s last year at WSU, the Shockers reprised some of the brilliance of the previous season during a 9-0 start that included road victories against nationally-ranked foes LSU and Syracuse. The LSU game, combined with some sweet revenge at George Mason, gave WSU wins over half of the 2006 Final Four, and the nation took notice, elevating the Shockers to no. 8 in both the national polls.

a strong defensive effort from eventual Sweet 16 participant Northern Iowa in the MVC Championship, so the Shockers instead settled for a home date in the NIT.

In a contrast of styles, MSU with its six-deep lineup, jumped out to a quick start and led by double-figures for most of the second half. Down 60-50 with under 4:00 to go, WSU roared back and cut the margin to 65-64 on Kyles’ three-pointer at the 1:24 mark. But those were its final points in a 70-64 loss.

One of the stars of Marshall’s first full recruiting class, Toure’ Murry scored over 1,500 points during his Shocker career.

Disappointment continued in the MVC Tournament, where the Shockers were upset by Indiana State in the semifinals. he loss was especially difficult for Ellis, Durley and fellow seniors Graham Hatch and Gabe Blair, who had helped rebuild WSU basketball after its brief slide but would be unable to experience an NCAA Tournament during their Shocker careers.

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SHOCKER HISTORY In a season of tough breaks in big games, WSU’s fortunes took a dramatic turn for the better during a run through the NIT . At home against a shell-shocked Nebraska, the Shockers went 6-for-11 from three-point range and raced to a 40-20 halftime lead on their way to a 76-49 first round victory. WSU outlasted 1-seed Virginia Tech on the road in the next round. Durley’s three-pointer tied the game with 47 seconds to play in regulation and helped get the game to overtime, where - knotted at 76 with nine second to play - Joe Ragland drove the length of the floor for the game winning layup. An upset by No. 6 College of Charleston opened the door for 4th-seeded WSU to host a quarterfinal matchup, and - just as they did against Nebraska - the Shockers raced to an early lead. They turned an 11-point halftime edge into a 21-point cushion with some help from a 15-1 run. Senior big men Durley and Blair combined for 30 points in an 82-75 win. From there, it was on to New York’s Madison Square Garden and the tournament semifinals, and Washington State had no answer for Garrett Stutz, who came off the bench to score a game-high 24 points (on 10-of-13 shooting).

BACK THE THE NCAAs Having reached the top of one mountain, the Shockers set about climbing the next. With big men Durley, Ellis and Blair out the door, WSU’s front court depth appeared to be its biggest question mark at the onset of the 2011-12 season. But the continued improvement of the 7-footer Stutz and the addition of JUCO transfer Carl Hall (the MVC Newcomer of the Year) eased those concerns. Each of the team’s top five scorers were seniors: Stutz gave the Shockers a luxury that few MVC teams had - a polished interior scoring threat who demanded double-teams on every touch. He averaged 13.3 points and 8.0 rebounds and earned first team all-conference honors. Fellow first-teamer, point guard Joe Ragland (team-high 13.4 points) provided deadly range from beyond the arc, connecting on over half of his threepoint attempts for the year. The pair became the first Shocker duo to land on the All-Valley first team since Antoine Carr and Cliff Levingston in 1983. Murry - one of Marshall’s first WSU recruits - had forged one of the great all-around careers in Shocker history, finishing up as the school’s career assists leader, while also ranking second in steals, seventh in free throws, eight in three-pointers and 11th in career points (1,539).

The Shockers stifled the Cougars offensively, holding them to under 30% from the field for the game and more than doubled Washington State’s production on the boards at 52-25. An already comfortable 36-19 halftime lead grew cushier as the night progressed, and the Shockers rolled to a 75-44 win. In the championship game, WSU’s balance and depth again prevailed. Down a point with 15 minutes to go in the season, the Shockers mounted an 8-0 run to regain control.

Graham Hatch led the charge in the title game by hitting 4 threes to win NIT MVP honors.

Still, the Shockers marched on, thanks to contributions from a few key newcomers. Junior college transfer Cleanthony Early, a 6-foot-7 matchup nightmare with a three-point shooting touch and post skills to match, paced the team in scoring at 13.9 points per game and would eventually earn first team All-MVC honors. He etched his name high on the Shocker’s alltime single-game scoring chart with an impressive 39-point performance in an early January win over Bradley.

After a few near misses over the previous two seasons, WSU returned to the national rankings with help from one of its most impressive performances of the Marshall Era. The Shockers shot 58 percent and were a perfect 17-of-17 from the line in an 89-68 road romp at 15th-ranked Creighton on Feb. 11.

2010-11 seniors Gabe Blair (32), Derek Brown (25), J.T. Durley (31), Aaron Ellis (0) and Graham Hatch (14) accept the NIT trophy.

Hopes took another hit just over a month into the season. Redshirt freshman Ron Baker, one of the team’s most consistant contributors through the first 10 games, suffered a stress fracture. Sophomore Evan Wessel met a similar fate after starting the first eight contests, when a broken pinky forced him to the bench.

Following a 2-2 start, the Shockers fired off eight-straight wins by an av-

“We obviously, as a team, have gone through a roller coaster,” said Hatch, who went 4-for-4 from beyond the arc and took home tournament MVP honors. “We came back from those disappointments, we pulled together, and it’s just magical."

The Shockers’ 29 wins were - for the time being - a new school record, eclipsing the 1954 team’s 27 victories, and WSU fans savoured it all. Little did they know, the best was still to come.

In what was becoming a rite of Fall, experts were quick to write off the 2012-13 team, which had graduated five seniors and would surely need time to rebuild. As a result, the defending champion Shockers were picked fourth.

The injuries continued to mount. 7-foot senior Ehimen Orukpe missed three games with a sprained ankle, and senior forward Carl Hall later suffered broken thumb, costing him seven games.

erage of over 26 points per game. Ragland hit 8-of-9 treys and scored 31 points as WSU torched No. 18 UNLV at the Roundhouse, 89-70.

Durley - who finished with 1,327 career points - was named first team All-Valley, and Murry earned second team honors.

The 30 wins and a trip to the Final Four were well beyond the wildest dreams of even the most optimistic Shocker fan heading into the Fall of 2012.

The athletic David Kyles was a streaky scorer, and the versatile Ben Smith would land on the MVC’s All-Defensive Team.

Alabama mounted one last charge near the 4:00-mark, but Hatch hit back-to-back treys in a span of just over 60 seconds to lift the lead to 12 and effectively put the game out of reach.

In their five NIT wins, the Shockers averaged 18 assists, outscored opponents by an average of 75.6 to 60.2 and outrbounded them by over 8 boards per game.

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Senior 7-footer Garrett Stutz averaged 13.3 points, 8.0 rebounds for the 2012 MVC Champs.

PLAY ANGRY: THE 2013 FINAL FOUR

The following Monday, WSU was back in the polls for the first time since early in the 2006-07 season, and would rise as high as No. 14 in the Coaches Poll before the month was through. WSU finished 16-2 in conference play, with one of those losses coming on the road in double-overtime, and won the title by a two full games over Creighton. Marshall was an easy choice for MVC Coach of the Year after leading the Shockers to a 27-6 mark and their first conference regular season title since 2006.

Senior point guard Malcolm Armstead, a transfer from Oregon, made the most of his one season of eligibility at WSU, setting a single-season school record with 76 steals, while chipping in 10.7 points. He was an honorable mention choice on the postseason All-Valley team. The return of Hall -a second team all-conference selection keyed a four-game winning streak that included a big home win over No. 12 Creighton, as WSU ran its record to an impressive 19-2 and moved into the driver’s seat in the MVC race.

The reward was an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, a No. 5 seed, and a vastly underseeded opponent in (No. 12) VCU. With several returners from the previous year’s Final Four team, the Rams had built a 28-6 record and were on the verge of the national ranking when the regular season closed.

It wouldn’t last. The Shockers swooned over the final weeks of the regular season, going 8-7 down the stretch. WSU had two chances to clinch a share of the MVC title in the last week but couldn’t do it. Evansville pulled an staggering upset on Senior Day at Koch Arena, and a hot-shooting Creighton claimed revenge in Omaha on the final day of the regular season to snatch away the conference crown.

Cold-shooting WSU trailed by 13 in the second half but rallied to take the lead in the final two minutes on Murry’s three-pointer. VCU answered with a trey of its own at the 1:33 mark to move back in front. Down three in the closing seconds, Stutz’s desperation three-pointer missed the mark, and VCU escaped with a 62-59 win.

Redemption nearly came in the MVC Tournament, where the Shockers posted a pair of double-digit wins to reach the final, but Creighton again stood in the way. The Shockers played stout defense on All-American Doug McDermott (who missed 8 of 13 shots from the field), but Creighton squeezed out a 6865 victory.


SHOCKER HISTORY Burried in the disappointment of another St. Louis setback was a silver lining that would become much more evident over the next month. Baker - who had missed 21 games since his stress fracture - was cleared to play in the days prior to the MVC Tournament. He appeared in all three games off the bench while getting himself reacclimated - the perfect warmup for a sizzling postseason performance.

2013-14: NEAR PERFECTION Despite the 2011 NIT title and its strong No. 5 seed in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, WSU was still operating mostly below the national radar at the time of its 2013 Final Four push.

The Shockers earned their second straight NCAA bid, this time as an at-large selection and drew a No. 9 seed, opposite No. 8 Pittsburgh, in Salt Lake City.

Things changed quickly afterward, and the Shockers began 2013-14 with a target firmly affixed to their backs. In that context, what came next was especially impressive. WSU not only lived up to its impossibily lofty expectations, but actually exceeded them.

Armstead (22 points) and Early (21) shouldered the offensive load, and junior Tekele Cotton drew rave reviews for a lockdown defensive performance on Pitt star Tray Woodall, who finished 1 of 12 with five turnovers.

The 2014 Shockers became the first team in college hoops history to begin a season 35-0 and suffered their first-andonly defeat against national-runner-up Kentucky in the NCAA Tournament.

After closing out a 73-55 win over Pitt, the Shockers continued their momentum two days later in a Round of 32 showdown with top-seed Gonzaga - ranked No. 1 in the national polls at the close of the regular season. After making just 2-of-20 threes against Pitt, WSU connected on a season-high 14 treys against Gonzaga, including five-ina-row to finish out the game. That late flurry helped the Shockers overcome a seven-point Bulldog lead with six minutes remaining to win 76-70. From there, it was on to Los Angeles. The Shockers ended No. 13 LaSalle’s run in the Sweet 16, rolling to a 14-2 lead out of the gate on their way to a 72-58 victory. In the West Regional Final, WSU continued Carl Hall, who ditched his signature to play the role of the dreadlocks prior to the NCAA’s, delivered 12 aggressor, piling on for blocks in the first four games. a 53-33 lead with just over 12 minutes to play in the second half. Ohio State trimmed the deficit all the way down to 62-59 with 2:49 to go, but Cotton drilled a clutch three, then snagged a crucial offensive rebound on the Shockers’ next possession. Freshman Fred VanVleet knocked down a jumper moments later to help put the game on ice. Armstead earned NCAA All-West Region Most Outstanding Player honors and averaged 12.8 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.4 assists during WSU’s five-game NCAA run. He joined Hall on the all-regional team. The Shockers first trip to the Final Four since 1965 ignited the fan base and made WSU a national darling. Yet, come game time, WSU played like it was more than just happy to be in Atlanta, building a 12-point lead with13:35 to play in the game against a heavily-favored Louisville team. Despite 24 points and 10 rebounds from Early, WSU couldn’t hold off a late charge from the Cardinals, who escaped with a 72-68 win and went on to claim the national title.

The Final Four starting lineup of Tekele Cotton (32), Carl Hall (22), Malcolm Armstead (2), Cleanthony Early (11) and Ron Baker (31).

WSU spent the entire 2013-14 campaign ranked in the Top-25, rising as high as No. 2 in both the AP and Coaches Polls - the school’s loftiest ranking in over three decades - and became the first unbeaten MVC Champion in nearly 30 years. The return of three starters gave Shocker fans reason enough for optimism heading into the year. Now a senior, Cleanthony Early had solidified himself as a bonified NBA prospect. Junior Tekele Cotton’s jumper had improved dramatically over the second half of the previous season, turning the defensive standout into an all-around contributor, and the promise of a full season out of the preRon Baker upped the expectations that much more.

The close call strengthed the Shockers, and they won each of their next six contests by a dozen or more points.

Of course, questions also lingered. Could WSU replace Armstead’s veteran leadership at point guard, and would the loss of Hall and Orukpe weaken the front court?

With the eyes of the nation watching, WSU entered its regular season finale at 30-0, 17-0 in MVC play and needing only to beat Missouri State to claim its place in history.

Sophomore Fred VanVleet solved the first concern, transitioning effortlessly from bench player to floor general in a season that brought him All-American and MVC Player of the Year honors.

The Bears were unable to duplicate their magic from the previous month. With less than a minute to play in the Shockers 68-45 victory, chants of “undefeated” shook the Roundhouse.

A committee approach took care of the second questionmark. The three-headed monster of Darius Carter, Kadeem Coleby and Chadrack Lufile complimented Early in the post, giving the Shockers a solid, four-man rotation. The return of Evan Wessel from injury and All-Valley Bench Team selection Nick Wiggins provided additional depth. WSU won its first seven games by double-figures against a string of mostly overmatched opponents before finally getting its first real test at Saint Louis. Against a Billiken team that would also go on to crack the top10 in the national polls, WSU earned a big 70-65 road win in a game that came down to the final minute. The Shockers dispatched a pair of SEC foes, defeating Tennessee at INTRUST Bank Arena and then taking down Alabama in Tuscaloosa, in a 13-0 sweep of the non-conference schedule. WSU tacked on three more wins to begin MVC play before surviving its biggest scare of the regular season. A hot-shooting Missouri State raced to a 42-24 halftime lead. The Shockers briefly chopped the deficit to 11 early in the second half, only to watch the Bears build it right back up to 19 near the 12-minute mark.

A tough five-game stretch followed with four road games, including a trip to second-place Indiana State, but the Shockers took care of business and moved to No. 2 in the national polls.

“That was pretty special,” Marshall said to reporters afterward. “This group really enjoys a challenge. They embrace the grind. It’s really an easy group to coach.” The Shockers continued their dominance during the MVC Tournament in St. Louis, winning all three games to capture their first Valley Tournament title since 1987. After cooling off No. 16 seed Cal Poly Pamona, 64-37, in their first NCAA action, the Shockers played one of the great games in NCAA Tournament history, losing an epic clash to eventual National Finalist Kentucky, 78-76. Sports Illustrated would later call it, its “Game of the Year” for 2014. WSU ruled the conference’s postseason awards, placing three on the All-MVC first team and one more on the second team. Early became the first AP All-American of the Marshall era, landing consensus second team status, while VanVleet – the MVC’s Player of the Year – was a second and third team choice in several publications. Marshall was named Naismith National Coach of the Year, NABC National Coach of he Year, AP Coach of the Year and Henry Iba Coach of the Year. He was also awarded the Adolph Rupp Cup, given to the coach “who best exemplifies excellence in his dedication to the game of basketball and to his student athletes.”

But the Shockers wouldn’t be denied. In a space of just over two minutes, Baker hit a trey, Early dunked, and Baker drained another triple to trim the margin to 54-44 with 9:49 to play. MSU led by 8 with 3:55 to go before an 11-1 Shocker run tied the game. VanVleet drew two fouls in the final minute on drives to the hoop - the first producing a three-point play and the second resulting in a game-tying free throw with 11 seconds left.VanVleet scored seven of the Shockers’ eight points in overtime, and WSU survived 72-69.

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SHOCKER HISTORY WSU fell to George Washington on Christmas Day in the finals of the Diamond Head Classic in Honolulu but went otherwise unscathed through the better part of two months. The team opened conference play at 9-0 to run its MVC record winnng streak to 27 games. No. 18 Northern Iowa ended that string on Jan. 31 with a 7054 victory over the Shockers at the McLeod Center in the first battle of nationally ranked MVC teams since 1982.

Left to Right, Shocker veterans Tekele Cotton, Evan Wessel, Darius Carter, Fred VanVleet and Ron Baker celebrate after the team's win over UNI clinched the 2015 MVC the regular season title.

THE BATTLE OF OMAHA The 2014-15 campaign brought yet another 30-win season, a modern MVC record for consecutive conference wins (27), a visit from ESPN’s College Gameday and the third Missouri Valley Conference title in four years. High-flying senior Tekele Cotton repeated as MVC Defensive Player of the Year, carved out a spot in the record books as the all-time winningest Shocker, and became the first to play in four NCAA Tournaments. Cotton and juniors Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet all reached 1,000 career points during the second half of the season. Baker – the team’s leading scorer at 14.7 points per game – was earned repeat first team all-conference honors. So did VanVleet after leading the conference in assists (5.2 per game) for the second-straight year. WSU once again shined during March Madness, with wins over Indiana and Kansas, to earn a trip to the Sweet 16. And, through it all, Koch Arena was electric, with every home date sold out for the second-straight year, helping the Shockers a new school-record for longest home winning streak. It would be easy to look at the Shockers’ final 30-5 record and assume that all came effortlessly. Instead, it was a core of five veterans leading the way for much of the year, while eight new scholarship players gradually rounded into form. By March, WSU had a team to be reckoned with. The 2014-15 Shockers lacked the front-court depth of their predecessors but nonetheless won with the same recipe of toughness, athleticism and relentless hustle. The guard trio of Baker, VanVleet and Cotton all averaged over 4.0 rebounds per game, helping atone for any size limitations. They also took excellent care of the basketball, averaging fewer turnovers (9.1) than all but three other teams nationally during the regular season. The Shockers opened the year at No. 11 in both major polls and climbed to No. 8 after a 4-0 start. But another undefeated run wasn't in the cards. Though they rallied from a seven-point deficit in the final 75 seconds to force overtime at No. 25 Utah, the Shockers saw their 35-game regular season winning streak come to an end with a 69-68 loss at No. 25 Utah on Dec. 3. Yet the magic wasn't entirely gone. In the six-game winning streak that followed, WSU rallied on three-different occasions from double-digit second half deficits. Perhaps the most memorable comeback came against Alabama. With ESPN's Dick Vitale making his first appearance at the roundhouse in nearly three decades, WSU roared back from 11 down in the final six minutes for their 23rd-consecutive home victory, establishing a new school record.

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Suddenly it was two-horse race. Neither side lost again over the next month, giving them identical 16-1 league records heading into a winner-take-all battle at Koch Arena on the final day of the regular season. The drama, and WSU's three-year run of success, peaked the curiousity of ESPN executives, who decided to broadcast their Saturday morning national show, College GameDay, live from center court in the hours before tipoff. A large crowd braved a morning blizzard to attend the taping and stuck around to watch No. 11 WSU earn some sweet revenge over No. 10 UNI along with another outright MVC title, 74-60. Though they ranked eighth nationally heading into the MVC Tournament, a disappointing semifinal loss dipped the Shockers to 28-4. It also hurt their NCAA Tournament seeding. On Selection Sunday, WSU found itself on the No. 7 line. The seed number, however, took a back seat to the bracket itself. Fans and media latched on to a potential WSU-Kansas second-round matchup and spent the next week buzzing over the possibilities. First, however, the Shockers would need to take care of another of college basketall's blue bloods in 10th-seeded Indiana. In a back-and-forth game, WSU came out on top thanks to VanVleet's brilliant 27-point effort and a surprise performance from freshman Zach Brown, who scored 11 points and grabbed eight off the bench (both career highs). With Indiana in the rear view mirror, the Shockers could at last focus on Kansas. Similiarties between the 1981 WSU-KU Sweet 16 clash (nicknamed the Battle of New Orleans) and the so-called "Battle of Omaha" were earie. The game took on added importance to Shocker fans. Though their program had been on a steady rise for the better part of 15 years, this was to be the first meeting between the two sides since 1993. The proximity to both Lawrence and Wichita made tickets to Omaha CenturyLink Center a hot commodity. A sellout crowd watched some unlikely heroes emerge for the Shockers. Evan Wessel -- a Wichita native and three-year high school teammate of Kansas standout Perry Ellis -- took just three shots in 36 scoreless minutes against Indiana but hit a career-high four three-pointers against Kansas. The freshman Brown stepped up big yet again. In the game's single-most memorable play, Brown tipped a soft pass into the backcourt and sprinted past a pair of opponents to turn the loose ball into an uncontested dunk. Down 24-16 at one point, the Shockers outscored Kansas 13-2 over the remainder of the first half to take a three-point lead into the break. WSU shot 59 percent in the second and turned eight KU turnovers into 14 points on its way to a 78-65 win. From there, it was on to Cleveland for the Sweet 16. Despite big performances from VanVleet (25 points) and Darius Carter (22), WSU was done in by a slow start against third-seeded Notre Dame. Though the Shockers eventually recovered from an 18-5 deficit to take a second-half lead, Notre Dame shot a blistering 75% over the final 20 minutes to regain control.

2015-16: BAKER & VANVLEET The 2015-16 men's basketball season brought another round of team success on both the national and conference levels, but history will remember it as an extended farewell tour for two of the most celebrated players in program history -- Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet. Two of the catalysts in the 2013 Final Four, the 2014 undefeated season, and a 2015 Sweet 16 trip, the pair spurned professional basketball opportunities for one last go-around - much to the joy of Shocker fans. This prompted great expectations nationally, as well. The team opened with a top-10 ranking for the first time in over three decades, but -- after an early round of adversity -- quickly dropped from the polls. Injuries, most notably one to VanVleet, left WSU depleted during a 2-4 November. But as VanVleet slowly rehabbed the most famous hamstring in Wichita, the team's outlook also gradually improved. The Shockers' floor general returned to the court in early December and helped key a 12-game winning streak. The Shockers rolled to a 16-2 conference record -- with 11 of their MVC wins coming by 20+ points -- and became just the second MVC team in the last 46 years to three-peat as regular season champion. Baker and VanVleet earned first team All-Valley honors for the third straight year, and VanVleet won his second Larry Bird trophy as the conference player of the year. A talented supporting cast filled in the gaps. WSU's reserves, led by Anton Grady and Markis McDuffie, ranked among the national leaders in bench scoring. McDuffie was named MVC Freshman of the Year. Sophomores Zach Brown and Shaquille Morris stepped into starting roles, and wily veteran Evan Wessel again provided the glue. The team's calling card was its defense. Wichita State was the only team in the country to allow less than 60 points per game, and ranked second nationally in turnover margin. On Feb. 3, WSU notched a home win over Southern Illinois to give head coach Gregg Marshall his 221st career victory, passing the legendary Ralph Miller (220 wins from 1951-65) atop WSU’s all-time list. For a stretch of just over two weeks, WSU held the nation’s longest home winning streak, thanks to Arizona’s Jan. 28 loss to Oregon. The win over SIU padded the Shockers’ school record streak to 43-straight, but a Feb. 13 loss to UNI ended the fun. Though the Shockers were clearly an at-large quality squad, their resume didn't show it. VanVleet's injury and the team's early season struggles had robbed them of a chance at many of the marquee wins valued by the committee. Pundits placed Wichita State on the bubble following a Valley semifinal loss to UNI. Though the Shockers made the field on Selection Sunday, their fifth-straight NCAA Tournament trip came with a slight detour through Dayton, Ohio for the First Four. Unfazed, WSU rolled over fellow 11-seed Vanderbilt in a 20-point win. Then it was on to Providence, Rhode Island, where the Shockers trounced sixth-seeded Arizona in the First Round by holding the high-scoring Wildcats to 26-points below their season average. Two games of suffocating defense took a toll on the Shockers' legs. In their third game in a five days -- a Second Round date with third-seeded Miami -- WSU found itself in a deep, 21-point hole. Though they would stage an incredible rally to take the lead with 10 minutes to go, the Shockers ultimately fell short, bringing the season -- as well as the Baker/VanVleet Era -- to a close.


SHOCKER HISTORY ALL-TIME RECORDS

MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE (1945-2017)

Year 1905-27 1927-64 1964-Pr.

Playing as... Fairmount College University of Wichita Wichita State University ALL-TIME

Seasons W-L 22 153-154 35 465-361 53 922-665 110 1540-1180

Pct. .498 .562 .574 .566

Years 1905-27 1927-40 1940-45 1945-17 2017-Pr

Conference Kansas Collegiate Central Intercollegiate Independent Missouri Valley American Athletic ALL-TIME

Seasons 20 12 72

W-L 107-130 82-58 592-501

Pct. .451 .586 .542

Titles 1 1 11

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• No conference seasons were played in 1917-18 or 1918-19 due to World War I • Due to league sanctions, WU was banned from intercollegiate competition in 1937-38 but played a full schedule of games against AAU and industrial squads. These wins and losses are not included in any of the all-time totals. • No varsity team was fielded in 1943-44 due to World War II

KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (1902-27) Year 1905-06 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27

Head Coach W-L Willis Bates 2-4 Willis Bates 3-6 Willis Bates 2-3 Roy Plank, (Captain) 4-6 Roy Thomas 3-10 Roy Thomas 7-6 Roy Thomas 2-8 E.V. Long 1-11 Willis Bates 8-7 Harry Buck 4-10 Harry Buck 10-5 Lamar Hoover 2-11 Lamar Hoover 3-10 Vic Grandy (Captain) 1-7 Kenneth Cassidy 8-8 Wilmer Elfrink 16-2 Lamar Hoover 12-4 Lamar Hoover 13-7 Sam Hill 10-12 Sam Hill 9-9 Leonard Umnus 14-6 Leonard Umnus 19-2

Pct. Conf. Place .333 8-10 .333 4-14 .400 0-3 .400 1-2 .231 1-7 .538 4-6 .200 0-8 .091 0-10 .533 4-6 .286 2-10 .667 8-5 .154 1-11 .231 World War I .125 World War I .500 6-8 .889 15-2 1st .750 9-2 2nd .650 8-5 .455 8-8 .500 6-8 11th .700 11-4 5th .905 11-1 2nd

Postseason

AAU Nationals - 3rd Round AAU Nationals - 2nd Round AAU Nationals - 4th Round

CENTRAL INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE (1927-40) Year 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40

Head Coach Leonard Umnus Gene Johnson Gene Johnson Gene Johnson Gene Johnson Gene Johnson Lindsay Austin Lindsay Austin Bill Hennigh Bill Hennigh Bill Hennigh Bill Hennigh Bill Hennigh

W-L Pct. Conf. Place Postseason 14-6 .700 8-4 3rd AAU Nationals - 3rd Round 16-6 .727 9-3 2nd 14-4 .778 9-3 2nd 18-5 .783 9-3 2nd 13-7 .632 7-5 3rd 14-2 .875 10-2 t-1st Team Suspended by North Central Association, 20-13 vs. AAU Teams 7-13 .350 4-4 t-3rd 12-12 .500 8-8 t-3rd 9-12 .429 5-7 4th 10-13 .435 5-7 t-3rd 9-12 .429 3-7 5th 10-8 .556 5-5 4th

INDEPENDENT (1940-45) Year 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45

Head Coach Bill Hennigh Jack Sterett Mel Binford Mel Binford

W-L Pct. Conf. 9-11 .450 4-16 .200 12-7 .632 No Team, World War II 14-6 .700

Place Postseason

0-1 NAIA, Round of 16

Year 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Head Coach Mel Binford Mel Binford Mel Binford Ken Gunning Ken Gunning Ken Gunning Ralph Miller Ralph Miller Ralph Miller Ralph Miller Ralph Miller Ralph Miller Ralph Miller Ralph Miller Ralph Miller Ralph Miller Ralph Miller Ralph Miller Ralph Miller Gary Thompson Gary Thompson Gary Thompson Gary Thompson Gary Thompson Gary Thompson Gary Thompson Harry Miller Harry Miller Harry Miller Harry Miller Harry Miller Harry Miller Harry Miller Gene Smithson Gene Smithson Gene Smithson Gene Smithson Gene Smithson Gene Smithson Gene Smithson Gene Smithson Eddie Fogler Eddie Fogler Eddie Fogler Mike Cohen Mike Cohen Mike Cohen Scott Thompson Scott Thompson Scott Thompson Scott Thompson Randy Smithson Randy Smithson Randy Smithson Randy Smithson Mark Turgeon Mark Turgeon Mark Turgeon Mark Turgeon Mark Turgeon Mark Turgeon Mark Turgeon Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall

W-L 14-9 8-17 12-13 10-16 7-17 9-16 11-19 16-11 27-4 17-9 14-12 15-11 14-12 14-12 14-12 18-8 18-9 19-8 23-6 21-9 17-10 14-12 12-14 11-15 8-18 10-16 16-10 10-16 11-15 11-15 18-10 18-10 13-14 14-14 17-12 26-7 23-6 25-3 18-12 18-13 14-14 22-11 20-10 19-11 10-19 14-17 8-20 10-17 9-18 13-14 8-21 14-13 16-15 13-17 12-17 9-19 15-15 18-12 21-11 22-10 26-9 17-14 11-20 17-17 25-10 29-8 27-6 30-9 35-1 30-5 26-9 31-5

Pct. .609 .320 .480 .385 .282 .360 .367 .593 .871 .654 .538 .577 .538 .538 .538 .692 .667 .704 .793 .700 .630 .538 .462 .423 .308 .385 .615 .385 .423 .423 .643 .643 .481 .500 .586 .788 .796 .893 .600 .581 .500 .667 .667 .633 .345 .452 .286 .370 .333 .481 .276 .519 .516 .433 .414 .321 .500 .600 .656 .687 .742 .548 .355 .500 .714 .783 .818 .769 .972 .857 .743 .861

MVC 6-4 2-10 1-9 3-7 1-11 5-9 2-8 3-7 8-2 4-6 7-5 8-6 6-8 7-7 6-8 6-6 7-5 7-5 10-2 11-3 9-5 9-5 7-9 7-9 3-13 3-11 6-8 6-8 6-7 6-8 10-2 7-5 8-8 8-8 9-7 12-4 12-4 17-1 11-5 11-5 7-9 9-5 11-3 10-4 6-8 7-9 6-12 7-11 6-12 6-12 4-14 8-10 11-7 6-12 6-12 4-14 9-9 12-6 12-6 12-6 14-4 8-10 4-14 8-10 12-6 14-4 16-2 12-6 18-0 17-1 16-2 17-1

Place 2nd 7th 6th 5th 7th 5th 6th 6th 2nd 4th 4th t-3rd 5th 4th t-4th 5th 3rd 2nd t-1st 1st t2nd 3rd 6th t-6th 8th 8th 5th t-5th 5th 5th 1st t-3rd t-5th t-3rd t-2nd 1st t-2nd 1st 3rd t-2nd t-5th 3rd 2nd t-2nd t-5th 6th t-7th t-7th t-7th t-8th t-10th 7th t-3rd t-8th t-9th 9th 5th 3rd t-2nd 2nd 1st 6th 9th 5th 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st t-1st

Postseason 0-1 NAIA, Round of 32

0-1 NIT, Rd. of 12

0-1, NIT Rd. of 12 0-1, NIT Quarterfinalist 1-1, NCAA Regional Finalist 2-2, NCAA Final Four 0-1, NIT Quarterfinalist

0-1, NCAA Rd. of 32

0-1, NIT Rd. of 32 3-1, NCAA Elite Eight 0-1, NIT Rd. of 32 0-1, NCAA Rd. 64 (MVC Tourney Champ) 0-1, NCAA Rd. 64 (MVC Tourney Champ) 0-1, NCAA Rd. 64 1-1, NIT Rd. of 16

0-1, NIT Rd. of 40 0-1, NIT Rd. of 32 2-1, NIT Rd. of 16 2-1, NCAA Sweet 16 1-1, CBI Quarterfinalist 0-1, NIT Rd. of 32 5-0, NIT Champion 0-1, NCAA Rd. of 64 4-1, NCAA Final Four 1-1, NCAA Rd. 32 (MVC Tourney Champ) 2-1, NCAA Sweet 16 2-1, NCAA Rd. of 32 1-1, NCAA Rd. 32 (MVC Tourney Champ)

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ALL-TIME COACHES WSU HEAD COACHES (By Winning Pct.) Head Coach Wilmer Elfrink Leonard Umnus Gene Johnson Gregg Marshall Gene Smithson Eddie Fogler Ralph Miller Mark Turgeon Mel Binford Harry Miller Kenneth Cassidy Gary Thompson Lamar Hoover Harry Buck Sam Hill Bill Hennigh Randy Smithson Wlllis Bates Scott Thompson Mike Cohen Lindsay Austin Ken Gunning Roy Thomas Jack Sterett E.V. Long

HISTORY OF SHOCKER HEAD COACHES WILLIS BATES (1905-08) The 1905-06 school year was the first in which basketball received any attention at Fairmount. The team was organized late in the season, but made a good showing winning from Hutchinson YMCA and Mulvane High School, which held the Sumner County championship. In addition to basketball coach, Willis Bates was also Physical Director. The 1905-06 team won 2 and lost 4. The 1906-07 team improved to 3-6, and the 1907-08 finished at 2-3. ROY THOMAS (1909-12) In addition to Basketball Coach, Roy Thomas served as Athletic Director and General Manager. The 1909-10 team won 3 and lost 10. The 1910-11 team had the first winning season (7-6) in Fairmount history. The 1911-12 team “showed flashes of fine form in every game but they were followed by such reversals or else appeared too late to make a respectable impression on the opponent,” reported the 1912 Parnassus. “The Fairmount Basketball prestige is gradually reaching its rightful position. Our boys played against the fastest teams of the state, winning two and losing eight games. The team was almost entirely made up of freshmen but they played together consistently and in another year should land the State Championship.” E. V. LONG (1912-14) With but one exception, the men’s basketball team never had a victorious season up to 1912. Twelve games were played with the best teams in the state. The inexperience and lightness of the Wheatshockers handicapped them too much for successful competition with their heavier and more experience opponents and won only one game. The 1913-14 team came close to the state championship, but had bad luck in losing games by close scores on the road. They ended with an 8-7 record. HARRY BUCK (1914-16) In Harry Buck’s first year the team (4-10) did not score many points, but it was felt the season had laid foundations for a strong team for the next year. A significant fact was that it beat cross town rival Friends twice by good scores. Except for two blowouts, the remaining loses were close. The 1915-16 team had the most successful season Fairmount had to date with a record of 10-5.

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LAMAR HOOVER (1916-18) Coach Lamar Hoover’s first season team was composed of mainly freshmen. The record was a hard luck 2-11. Each contest was hard fought, but the final game with Friends ended 34-35, giving encouragement for next year. The 1917-18 team improved to 3-10. KENNETH CASSIDY (1919-20) The team had a good season (8-8) considering the injuries and hard luck. In only seven of the 16 games was the coach able to put his regular five on the floor. The season was considered a success because they beat Friends in two hard fought games, winning the city championship. WILMER ELFRINK (1920-21) With three veteran starters from last season back, Coach Elfrink had little trouble turning out one of the best basketball teams to represent Fairmount (16-2). They started the season with a nine-game winning streak and ended with a seven-game winning streak. LAMAR HOOVER (1921-23) In Coach Hoover’s first season, the team compiled a 12-4 record. The 1922-23 team defeated some of the fastest teams in the state and compiled a 13-7 record. This was the first year Fairmount entered a basketball team in the National AAU Tournament in Kansas City where they won 2 and lost 1. SAM HILL (1923-25) The 1923-24 squad played one of the longest schedules of any team in the Kansas Conference and ended up 10-12, compiling 416 points to their opponents 369. The 1924-25 team finished 9-9. LEONARD UMNUS (1925-28) Coach Umnus’ first season played through one of the toughest schedules it had in a long time, going 14-6. The highlights of the season were that both rivals (Friends and Southwestern) were defeated in one season, and the Shocker combination piled up the highest score in Kansas Conference. The team earned a berth at the National AAU tournament in Kansas City. The 1926-27 team ended up third in the nation and second in the state with a 19-2 record. This well balanced team swept through the Kansas Conference with only one defeat, and that

Years # of Yrs 1920-21 1 1925-28 3 1928-33 5 2007-Pres. 10 1978-86 8 1986-89 3 1951-64 13 2000-07 7 1942-43, 44-48 5 1971-78 7 1919-20 1 1964-71 7 1916-18, 21-23 4 1914-16 2 1923-25 2 1935-41 6 1996-00 4 1905-08, 13-14 4 1992-96 4 1989-92 3 1934-35 1 1948-51 3 1909-12 3 1941-42 1 1912-13 1

W-L 16-2 47-14 75-24 261-90 155-81 61-32 220-133 128-90 60-52 97-90 8-8 93-94 30-32 14-15 19-21 59-68 55-62 15-20 40-70 32-56 7-13 26-49 12-24 4-16 1-11

Pct. .882 .770 .758 .744 .657 .656 .623 .587 .536 .519 .500 .497 .484 .483 .475 .472 .470 .429 .364 .364 .350 .347 .333 .200 .083

WSU HEAD COACHES (Total Wins) Head Coach Gregg Marshall Ralph Miller Gene Smithson Mark Turgeon Harry Miller Gary Thompson Gene Johnson Eddie Fogler Mel Binford Bill Hennigh Randy Smithson Leonard Umnus Scott Thompson Mike Cohen Lamar Hoover Ken Gunning Sam Hill Wilmer Elfrink Wlllis Bates Harry Buck Roy Thomas Kenneth Cassidy Lindsay Austin Jack Sterett E.V. Long

Years 2007-Pres. 1951-64 1978-86 2000-07 1971-78 1964-71 1928-33 1986-89 1942-43, 44-48 1935-41 1996-00 1925-28 1992-96 1989-92 1916-18, 21-23 1948-51 1923-25 1920-21 1905-08, 13-14 1914-16 1909-12 1919-20 1934-35 1941-42 1912-13

# of Yrs 10 13 8 7 7 7 5 3 5 6 4 3 4 3 4 3 2 1 4 2 3 1 1 1 1

Wins 261 220 155 128 97 93 75 61 60 59 55 47 40 32 30 26 19 16 15 14 12 8 7 4 1

WSU HEAD COACHES (Conference Titles) Head Coach Gregg Marshall Gene Smithson Wilmer Elfrink Gene Johnson Ralph Miller Gary Thompson Harry Miller Mark Turgeon Eddie Fogler

Regular Season 2012, 14, 15, 16, 17 1981, 85 1931 1933 1964 1965 1976 2006 -

Conf. Tournament 2014, 17 1985 1987


ALL-TIME COACHES at the hands of the champions Pittsburg who later fell to the Shockers. It’s second loss was in the fifth game of the National AAU tournament in Kansas City. The 1927-28 team was full of veterans and ended with a 14-6 record and a three game appearance at the National AAU tournament. GENE JOHNSON (1928-33) Coach Gene Johnson’s first year was a good beginning to an extended tenure with a 16-6 record. Defeated only four times during his second season (14-4), the Shockers ended in second place in the conference with the help of a veteran team. Preseason all-conference standings picked the Shockers as one of the outstanding and strongest teams in the conference. Two players were selected to the all-conference team. The 193031 team had another successful season with a 18-5 record, winning the Southwestern College invitational, and was conference runner-up to the Pittsburg Gorillas. The highlight of this season was playing eight games in Mexico, winning all of them. Three players were selected to the all- Central Conference team. After five successful seasons, Coach Johnson was faced with a lot of inexperienced men, but turned out a winning team again. The 1931-32 team ended with a 13-7 record, taking third in the Central Conference. Coach Johnson’s final season ended with a 14-2 record. WU defeated Kansas State which had defeated Kansas the week before. The team was invited back to Mexico City to play nine games, six of which they won. He was a pioneer of the game with his “fire department” basketball, which is better known today as the full-court press. His record for five seasons was 71-22. LINDSAY AUSTIN (1934-35) No collegiate games were played due to a suspension by the North Central Association. Coach Lindsay Austin compiled a 20-13 record against AAU and industrial league teams. BILL HENNIGH (1935-41) A season record of 12-12 does not do justice to the team Coach Bill Hennigh produced during his first year at his Alma Mater. The majority of the games lost by the Shockers were lost by close scores after hard-fought contests. In 1936-37, Colorado College of the Rocky Mountain Conference was added to the Shocker schedule, plus an appearance at a special holiday contest with Drake, Missouri Valley Conference co-champions. The 21-game schedule netted nine victories, placing second in the Central Conference. Besides the conference schedule, the Shockers also played at the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City University, and St. Louis University. Shocker basketball suffered from lack of facilities during the season. The gym was not available because reconstruction begun in early fall which continued until late spring. A new gym allowed games to be played on the campus and further school interest in the sport. The 1937-38 team compiled a 10-13 record, followed by the 1938-39 record of 9-12. The 1939-40 team finished 10-8 and played three of the strongest Colorado teams, plus ended in fourth place in the Central Conference. The squad was small in comparison to many of the other college quintets, but speedy ball-hawks evened the score in most cases. Coach Hennigh’s last season as Shocker coach was 1940-41 whose team compiled a 9-11 record.

served as athletic director and football coach, going 11-6-1 over two seasons from 1944-45. The Haviland, Kan. native graduated in 1925 from Pittsburg State where he was an all-conference performer in both basketball and football. He was a successful junior college coach in both sports at Hutchinson, McPherson and El Dorado. His 1930 Hutch basketball team won the state juco title. Later success in El Dorado, where he won 26-straight games in one stretch, landed him on Wichita’s radar. Binford was hired in 1942 to turn around a Shocker program that had finished 4-16 in the season prior, but World War II made that a difficult task. His debut squad lost its best player to an armed service call-up, and another key contributor left to work on the farm. Still, the 1942-43 Shockers were a vast improvement over their predecessors, finishing a respectable 12-7. The war took an even greater toll in 1943-44 when the program disbanded due to lack of manpower, but an old back injury kept Binford out of the service. He took over as head of the athletic department and revived both the football and basketball teams in 1944. Binford led the 1944-45 Shockers to a 14-6 record despite a revolving door roster. Though the MVC represented a significant step up in competition, Binford’s 1946 team handled the initial transition nicely, finishing second out of seven teams in the conference standings at 14-9 (6-4 MVC). The next two seasons, however, were less kind, resulting in consecutive last-place finishes and a combined 3-19 record against Valley foes. Binford put together an ambitious 1946-47 schedule but won just eight of the 25 contests. His 1947-48 team opened 8-1 but managed just four more wins the rest of the way. KEN GUNNING (1948-51) Gunning’s first year as Shocker coach gave fans confidence that Wichita’s cellar-dwelling days were over. Hopes were high for a vast improvement over the previous year. The team ended with 10-16 record and finished fifth in the Valley at 3-7. The 1949-50 team experienced its most unusual seasons of the early years. The Shockers won their first six games in a row, were one of the nation’s few undefeated teams late in December, and were touted by Oklahoma Aggie Coach Henry Iba as the team to watch in the MVC. The team then proceeded to lose three on a road trip to Texas, but came back to open its conference season by upsetting Oklahoma A&M, 38-37, the first victory over the Aggies in Shocker history. WU ended the season 7-17 overall, and finished last in the Valley at 1-11. The 1950-51 season ended at 9-16 and was Gunning’s last as Shocker mentor. His three-year record was 26-49.

GARY THOMPSON (1964-71) Thompson played basketball for the Shockers from 1951-54 and compiled a 93-94 record in seven seasons as WSU head coach from 1964-71. He worked previously as an assistant to head coach Ralph Miller from 1957-64. Thompson guided the Shockers to the Final Four in his first season as coach, at the age of 32, and was named the Missouri Valley Conference coach of the year in 1965. He led WSU to its first-and-only No. 1 ranking on Dec. 14, 1964. The list of players he coached at WSU includes: Warren Armstrong, Terry Benton, Greg Carney and Dave Stallworth. Thompson passed away in 2010 at age 78. HARRY MILLER (1971-78) Coach Harry Miller came to Wichita from North Texas State University with a record of 266-173, while he won three NAIA national championships and his teams made several trips to the NCAA playoffs. His first season the Shockers went 16-10, finishing fifth in the Valley. The 72-73 team recorded 10 victories and 16 losses, placing sixth in the Valley. The 1973-74 and 1974-75 squads had identical records of 11-15 and fifth place Valley finishes. The 1975-76 Shocker team was MVC Champions (10-2) and advanced to the Midwest Regional where it lost in the first round to Michigan. The 1976-77 team also had an identical 18-10 record, and finished third in the Valley. Miller’s last season as Shocker coach collected a 12-14 record and sixth place in the Valley. His seven-year record at WSU was 97-90.

JACK STERETT (1941-42) “Cactus Jack” Sterett came to WU from Tulsa. Crippled through the loss of players to the armed services, the Shockers finished with a disappointing record of 4-16. However, the team won the city championship defeating Friends twice. MELVIN J. BINFORD (1942-48) Binford led the Shockers to their first modern postseason bid with consecutive trips to the NAIB (NAIA) National Tournament in 1945 and 1946. The latter group was also the first to compete in the Missouri Valley Conference. Binford was 6052 in five seasons from 1942-48. During World War II he also

RALPH MILLER (1951-64) In the 1950s and early ‘60s, Shocker opponents dreaded the raucous crowds and the yellow glow of The Roundhouse. What they feared more was the constant full-court, zone pressure defense of Coach Miller’s Shockers, who converted turnovers to layups at an alarming rate. Miller used zone pressure to fashion a career in which he won 674 games and championships in three conferences. An all-around athlete at Chanute High and the University of Kansas, Miller began his coaching career at Wichita East High in 1948, winning 63 games and one state title in three years. Miller broke into the collegiate coaching ranks at Wichita University with a 220-133 record in 13 seasons (1951-63). In 1964, he took the Shockers to their first NCAA Tournament. He later coached at Iowa and Oregon State, retiring as the sixth-winningest coach in NCAA history. A two-time national coach of the year (1981 & 82), Miller took nine teams to NCAA tournaments and five to the NIT. He was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 1988. Miller took the reigns of Shocker basketball after guiding the Wichita High School East team to the Class AA state championship. His first season as head coach, the Shockers set new school records with 758 field goals, 330 free throws, and 1,846 total points. Miller also brought Cleo Littleton with him from East High. Littleton started on the varsity team his freshman year, and won Valley and national honors through his career. The first season ended at 11-19, while the 1952-53 team improved to 16-11. The 1953-54 team recorded a 27-4 season, and was ranked in the top 20 in the nation. That year the squad received a bid to the NIT to become the first Shocker team in a national post-season tournament. The 54-55 team finished 17-9. With the opening of the “Round House” and a nationally ranked schedule, the 1955-56 team finished 14-12. Miller coached his last and probably the greatest WU team in 1963-64 (236), with All-American Dave Stallworth. It finished 10-2 in the MVC for a first place tie with Drake, and won a spot in the NCAA Midwest Regional.

Ralph Miller's 13-year tenure is the longest by a head coach in Shocker basketball history.

GENE SMITHSON (1978-86) Gene Smithson came to the Shockers from Illinois State where he had a record of 66-18 and two consecutive NIT appearances and ranked 13 in the nation. He was the first to coin the

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ALL-TIME COACHES

Gene Smithson won over 65 percent of his games and led the Shockers to conference titles in 1981 and 83. MTXE motto for the Shockers (Mental Toughness Extra Effort). During his career at WSU the teams won Valley championships in 80-81 and 82-83 was runner-up at the Midwest Regional, and went to the NIT in 83-84. The 1982-83 team had a 25-3 record and won the Valley with a 17-1 record, but was unable to participate in post season play because they were on NCAA probation. His WSU career started and ended with a 14-14 season with six winning seasons in between. His record at WSU was 155-81. He became head coach at Central Florida Community College. EDDIE FOGLER (1986-89) Eddie Fogler came to WSU after 19 years as a player and assistant coach under Hall of Fame Coach Dean Smith at North Carolina. The 1986-87 Shockers finished third in the Valley and went on to win the MVC tournament and a berth in the NCAA Midwest Regional with a 22-10 record. They returned to the Midwest Regional the following year. Both squads lost in the first round of the regional. He also took the 1988-89 team to the NIT. His three-year record at WSU was 61-32. MIKE COHEN (1989-92) An assistant coach with Eddie Fogler, Cohen was promoted to head coach on April 5, 1989 after Fogler left for Vanderbilt. His biggest victories came in the same week when WSU defeated 12th-ranked Alabama on Dec. 3, 1991, marking the first victory over a ranked team in almost two years. Two days later, WSU defeated Oklahoma State, 72-69, in Wichita. His success was brief, and victories came few and far between. With 10 games remaining in the 1991-92 season, Cohen announced his resignation, effective at the end of the season. During his three-year tenure he did not have a winning season and compiled a 32-56 record. SCOTT THOMPSON (1992-96) Scott Thompson came to Wichita after five years at Rice where he compiled a 65-79 record. His last year at Rice he was name Co-Southwest Conference Coach-of-the-Year and Texas Basketball Coaches Association Coach of the Year. He faced a difficult task—the Shockers were coming off their first 20-loss season in history and three consecutive losing seasons—but a situation in which Thompson was previously successful. During his four years at Wichita State he did not have a winning season and compiled a 32-56 record. RANDY SMITHSON (1996-00) A former Shocker player and assistant coach under his dad, Gene Smithson, Randy came to the Shockers from Butler County CC where he compiled a record of 300-80. The dad-son combination was just the second in NCAA Division I history. Smithson’s 1996-97 and 1997-98 teams brought back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since 1987-88 and 1988-89. During his four years as Shocker coach, Randy had two winning seasons and compiled a 55-62 record.

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MARK TURGEON (2000-07) A native of Topeka, Kansas, Coach Mark Turgeon came back to the state of Kansas to coach WSU after a two-year run at Jacksonville State. In seven years Turgeon righted the Shocker program and brought post-season basketball back to WSU with back-to-back-to-back NIT appearances in 2003, 2004 and 2005, and a NCAA Sweet 16 appearance in 2006. The 2002-2003 squad went 18-12 and received a berth in the NIT for the first time since 1989.The 2003-04 team recorded its first 20-win season since 1987-88 with a 21-11 record and earned a home game in the first round of the NIT against Florida State, taking the Seminoles to double-overtime. The 2004-05 team defeated Houston and Western Kentucky at home in the NIT but lost heart-breaker at Vanderbilt en route to a 22-10 season, the best in 18 years. In 2005-06 WSU (26-9) made its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1988, made its fourth-straight postseason appearance, won its first MVC regular-season title since 1983, won the second-most games of any Shocker team in history, and won two NCAA games for its first Sweet 16 appearance since 1981. Mark Turgeon earned Valley Coach-of-the-Year. WSU opened the 2006-07 season 9-0 to tie the best start in history, and reached No. 8 in the AP poll for the highest ranking since 1983. SHOCKER ASSISTANTS-TURNED-HEAD COACHES: The Ralph Miller's Shocker Tree: Gary Thompson (1957-64) succeeded Miller as Shocker head coach in 1964 when Miller left for Iowa. Thompson's first WSU team reached the Final Four. Lanny Van Eman (1962-64) accompanied Miller to Iowa and eventually became head coach at Arkansas from 197074. He reunited with Miller at Oregon State in 1980. He later coached internationally and in the NBA with Dallas and Boston. In 2017, Van Eman was honored by the National Association of Basketball Coaches with the Guardians Award for Advocacy for his contributions to the game. Gene Smithson's Shocker Tree: Jeff Jones (1978-86) was head coach at Delaware State for six seasons from 1988-94. Randy Smithson (1982-85) worked for three seasons under his father at the onset of his coaching career. He returned to WSU in 1996 and spent four seasons as head coach. The Mark Turgeon's Shocker Tree: Tad Boyle (2000-06) accompanied Turgeon from Jacksonville State in 2000 and served as his second-in-command for six seasons in Wichita. Following the 2006 Sweet 16, Boyle returned to his hometown as head coach at Northern Colorado. A successful turnaround at UNC (2006-10) landed him at the University of Colorado (2010-Pr.). Jean Prioleau (2000-05) earned his first head coaching job in 2017 at San Jose State after 18 years as an assistant. He's also a member of Boyle's tree. The pair reunited in 2011 at Colorado and spent seven seasons together. Gregg Marshall's Shocker Tree: Earl Grant (2007-10) spent six total seasons with Marshall -- his last three at WInthrop and the first three at WSU. He has been head coach at College of Charleston since 2014. Chris Jans (2007-14, 15-17) had been head coach at Bowling Green and is currently at New Mexico State. Dana Ford (2011-12) was Marshall's first graduate assistant at Winthrop and returned for a season at WSU. He's been head coach at Tennessee State since 2014. Steve Forbes (2013-15) helped lead WSU to a 65-6 record in his two seasons on staff. He earned his first head coaching job at East Tennessee State in 2015.

ALL-TIME SHOCKER ASSISTANT COACHES Assistant Coach Ron Allen Verlyn Anderson Fred Andrews # Tad Boyle Isaac Brown Rick Callahan # Mike Cohen Chad Dollar Carlos Diggins Rick Duckett John Criss Brice Durbin Lee Erickson # Steve Forbes # Dana Ford John Fitzpatrick Grey Giovanine Guy Guydon # Earl Grant Marty Gross Greg Heiar Ron Heller Bob Hull # Chris Jans # Jeff Jones Donnie Jones Kyle Lindsted Tom McCorry Richard Miller Paul Molinari Ed Murphy Buddy Othick Don Parr #Jean Prioleau Mike Rohn Ron Rose Rick Shore Scott Spinelli # Randy Smithson Charlie Sprott # Gary Thompson K.T. Turner Alvin “Poo” Williamson # Lanny Van Eman

Seasons 3 6 3 6 4 3 3 1 4 6 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 2 3 4 6 12 1 7 8 1 3 3 11 2 3 4 3 5 7 2 8 1 3 4 7 1 2 2

Years 1989-92 1964-70 1997-00 2000-06 2014-Pr. 1986-88 1986-88 2010-11 1996-00 1986-92 1970-71 1956-58 1980-81 2013-15 2011-12 1993-96 1992-93 1976-78 2007-10 2007-11 2011-17 1964-76 1996-97 2007-14 1978-86 2017-Pr. 2015-Pr. 1989-92 1951-62 1994-96 1975-78 1971-75 1996-99 2000-05 2000-07 1992-94 1978-86 2006-07 1982-85 1992-96 1957-64 2012-13 2005-07 1962-64

Under Head Coach Mike Cohen Gary Thompson Randy Smithson Mark Turgeon Gregg Marshall Eddie Fogler Mike Cohen Gregg Marshall Randy Smithson Fogler/Cohen Gary Thompson Ralph Miller GeneSmithson Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Scott Thompson Scott Thompson Harry Miller Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall G. Thompson/H. Miller Randy Smithson Gregg Marshall Gene Smithson Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Mike Cohen Ralph Miller Scott Thompson Harry Miller Harry Miller Randy Smithson Mark Turgeon Mark Tugeon Scott Thompson Gene Smithson Mark Turgeon Gene Smithson Scott Thompson Ralph Miller Gregg Marshall Mark Turgeon Ralph Miller

# - Future NCAA Division I head coach

SHOCKER PLAYERS TURNED D-I HEAD COACHES: In the modern era (Post WWII) Gary Thompson (1951-54) at WSU (1965-71) Lanny Van Eman (1958-61) at Arkansas (1970-74) Dave Leach (1962-65) at Boise State (1980-83) Tommy Newman (1965-67) at North Texas (1983-86) Randy Smithson (1979-81) at WSU (1996-00) Lew Hill (1985-88) hat UTRGV (2016-Pr.) John Cooper (1987-91) at Tennessee State (2009-12) and Miami of Ohio (2012-17)


ALL-TIME NUMERICAL ROSTER

0 1996-98 2002-06 2008-11 2012-14 2014-Pr.

Carl Lemons (also 00) Nick Rogers Aaron Ellis (also 00/40) Chadrack Lufile Rashard Kelly

Steve Kalocinski Ozell Jones Tom Kosich Chad Williams Carl Lemons Dion Sherrell Aaron Ellis (#40 away)

1 2000-02 2002-04 2006-08 2008-09 2010-12 2012-13 2014-Pr.

Duke Tshomba Aaron Hogg Gal Mekel Bret Steven Joe Ragland Derail Green Zach Brown

2 2002-03 2004-08 2009-10 2012-13 2016-17 2017-Pr.

Jamie Sowers (also 10) PJ Couisnard Kenny Manigault Malcolm Armstead Daishon Smith Brycen Bush

3 1979-83 1985-88 1994-96 1996-98 2000-02 2002-06 2006-08 2008-10 2011-16 2016-Pr.

James Gibbs Lew Hill Matt Schultz Ty Rhodes Matt Clark (also 21) Cameron Ledford Lance Harris Clevin Hannah Evan Wessel C.J. Keyser

4 1962-65 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1983-86 1986-88 1988-90 1992-96 1996-97 1997-98 2001-05

Ryan Martin Jerome Hamilton James Anacreon Corey Henderson Jr. Brett Barney (also #12 & 25) Samajae Haynes-Jones

5

00 1978-79 1979-81 1983-86 1994-96 1998-99 2001-02 2007-08

2005-07 2009-10 2011-12 2014-15 2016-17 2017-Pr.

Vernon Smith Randy Wilson Bob Goltz Jim McCullough Mike Arline Brent Bass Keith Bonds Larry Callis Dwayne Anthony Rashon Mickens Jamar Howard

1994-96 1997-99 2001-05 2005-07 2008-09 2009-13 2013-17 2017-Pr.

Carter Arnett Maurice Evans Randy Burns Wendell Preadom Reggie Britton Demetric Williams Zach Bush (previously #33) Rod Brown

10 1968-69 1969-71 1971-72 1972-73 1976-80 1980-81 1986-89 1990-91 1993-95 1999-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2005-07 2007-09 2013-15 2015-16 2016-Pr.

Chris Christian (#11 away) Preston Carrington David Offord Calvin Bruton John Kobar Zoran Radovic Joe Griffin Chris Potter L.D. Swanson Michael Phillips Jamie Sowers (also 2) Andy Wachter Adam Liberty Karon Bradley Ramon Clemente Ria’n Holland Ty Taylor II Kaelen Malone

11 1973-76 1976-80 1984-88 1990-94 1994-95 1995-96 1997-98 1998-99 1999-01 2001-02 2002-04 2006-08 2008-10 2010-11 2012-14 2015-Pr.

Calvin Bruton Charlie Brent Cedric Coleman K.C. Hunt DeMond Thomas Greg Bryant Jermaine McLeod Bart Westgeest OJ Robinson Brett Begnoche Jerome “Fridge” Holman Phillip Thomasson Mason Felter Josh Walker Cleanthony Early Landry Shamet

12 1968-72 Dave Dahl (#13 away) 1972-73 Steve Cano

1982-84 1984-86 1991-92 1993-96 1998-00 2004-05 2013-15 2015-16 2016-Pr.

13

Bernard Jackson Curtis Bailey Boo Craft Terrance Flowers Jay Lewis Zach Green Darius Carter Brett Barney (also #4 & 25) Austin Reaves

RETIRED in honor of Cleo Littleton

1951-55 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-76 1979-80

Cleo Littleton Mike Karas Fred Matthews Mike Edgar Ed Southern Randy Smithson(#44 also)

14 1968-71 1971-72 1984-86 1987-91 2006-07 2007-11 2011-12 2013-17 2017-Pr.

Greg Rataj (#15 away) Virgil Tucker Clint Normore John Cooper Derek Brown (also 25) Graham Hatch Joe Mitchell John Robert Simon Jacob Herrs

15 1972-74 1974-75 1975-77 1982-84 1984-85 1987-91 1991-92 1995-96 1998-02 2007-09 2010-11 2012-14 2014-15 2015-16

Virgil Tucker Willard Tsingine Dave Przybylo Gilbert Wilburn Jeff Perkins Paul Guffrovich Tony Brown Melvin McKey Terrell Benton Bret Michael (#24 away) Randall Vautravers Nick Wiggins Jared Walker Anton Grady

20 1968-70 1970-72 1972-73 1973-74 1985-89 1991-93 1993-95 1996-98 2000-01 2002-04 2004-05 2010-11

Mike James (21 away) Steve Webster Doug Yoder Joe Washington Steve Grayer Tory Joyner Keith Strickland Terry Hankton Adam Grundvig Bret Wise Adam Liberty (also 10) Ben Smith

2012-14 Kadeem Coleby 2014-Pr. Rauno Nurger

21 1973-74 1974-75 1975-77 1977-80 1980-82 1983-87 1990-92 1992-94 1996-00 2002-04 2004-05 2005-07 2010-13 2014-16 2016-Pr.

Steve Henderson Steve Cano Sid Ford John Taylor Tony Martin Gary Cundiff Robert George Chad Elstun Darrin Williams Matt Clark (also 3) Sean Ogirri (also 33) Ryan Bradley Ehimen Orukpe Tom “Bush” Wamukota Darral Willis Jr.

22 1968-70 1970-73 1973-74 1981-85 1985-89 1990-92 1992-93 1998-02 2002-03 2004-08 2008-09 2009-10 2011-13 2015-16 2017-Pr.

Greg Carney Vince Smith David Rush Aubrey Sherrod Dwight Praylow Tony Johnson Jimmy Bolden Troy Mack Craig Steven (also 24) Matt Braeuer Reggie Chamberlain Tyler Richardson Carl Hall Peyton Allen Asbjorn Midtgaard

23 1973-75 1975-79 1979-80 1981-82 1982-83 1985-87 1987-88 1989-90 1991-92 1993-97 2000-01 2007-08 2008-11 2012-16

Ed Marks Bob Trogele Jay Jackson Xavier McDaniel Terry Atwater John Askew Chip Thompson Gaylon Nickerson Winston Peterson Jamie Arnold Josh Drumgole Arbry Butler Toure Murry Fred VanVleet

24 1968-69 1969-72 1972-73 1984-85

Ron Mendell (#25 away) Steve Shogren Ben Garner Rodney Washington

1986-88 1989-93 1993-95 1998-02 2008-11 2013-Pr.

Tom Kosich Claudius Johnson Dorian Estelle Craig Steven (also 22) David Kyles Shaquille Morris

25 1973-75 1975-80 1983-89 1989-93 1995-96 2007-09 2010-11 2013-14 2015-17 2017-Pr.

Jim McCullough Ray Shirley Dwayne Praylow Rick Conn Jon Kleidon A.J. Hawkins Derek Brown (also 14) D.J. Bowles Eric Hamilton Brett Barney (also #12 & #4)

30 1968-71 1971-72 1972-73 1981-82 1990-93 1999-01

Ron Soft (#31 away) Greg Boxberger Bob Wilson Greg Dreiling Michael Wiggins Willie Davis

31 1973-74 1974-75 1975-79 1991-92 1992-93 1995-97 2005-06 2007-11 2011-16

Bob Wilson Mike Harris Lynbert Johnson Kamau Alexander Ross Peacock Marvin Hill Jared Young JT Durley Ron Baker

32 1968-72 1972-73 1980-82 1983-84 1991-94 1996-97 1997-98 2000-02 2004-07 2007-08 2008-11 2011-15 2015-Pr.

Rick Kreher (#33 away) Rich Morsden Jay Jackson Kevin Pierce John Smith L.J. Goolsby Chris Grill CC McFall Kyle Wilson Brett Burley Gabe Blair Tekele Cotton Markis McDuffie

33 1973-74 1974-76 1976-77 1977-79

Rich Morsden Robert Gray Curt Pickert Lawrence Howell

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ALL-TIME NUMERICAL ROSTER 1979-82 1983-84 1990-91 1991-92 1992-96 1996-00 2001-05 2005-07 2007-09 2009-10 2012-13 2015-Pr.

34

RETIRED in honor of Xavier McDaniel

1968-69 1969-72 1972-73 1982-84

35

Mike Jones Marcelles Graves Calvin Thomas Jarrett Sanders Ryan Herrs Jason Perez Rob Kampman Sean Ogirri (#21 also) Mantas Griskenas Bryce Mayes Zach Bush Conner Frankamp

Kevin O’Riordan(#35 away) Ron Harris Greg Boxberger Xavier McDaniel

RETIRED in honor of Antoine Carr

1973-74 1974-76 1976-77 1977-79 1979-83

Greg Boxberger Mike Edgar John DeLosa Bruce Smith Antoine Carr

40 Dave Skinner (#41 away) Ron Smith Bill Lang Karl Papke John Felter Darin Miller Luke Utting (#55 also) Chris Brown Tevin Glass

41 1973-74 1974-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-81 1998-00 2008-11

Bill Lang Doug Yoder Jim Conrad Clifton Stephens Mike Denny Mahrnord Martina Garrett Stutz

RETIRED in honor of Dave Stallworth

1961-65 Dave Stallworth

43 1973-74 Doug Yoder 1974-75 Mike Marshall 1989-90 Lance Krol

44 1968-69 1969-70 1970-73 1973-74 1980-81 1983-87 1988-91 1994-96 1996-98 1998-00 2003-05 2006-07

106

Mike Edgar Jim Reinert Steve Kalocinski Eric Kuhn Cedric Phillips Sasha Radunovich Patrice Scott Brian Ewell Kurt Flowers Paul Miller

50 1968-69 1969-72 1972-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-80 1980-84 1985-86 1987-90 1991-92 1995-99 2011-13

Jack Matthews (#51 away) Terry Benton Floyd Holmes Steve Kalocinski Tony Andre Tyrone Aughburns Zarko Djuricic Ted Williams Aaron Davis Paul Wight James Bunch Jake White

51

1968-70 1970-71 1971-73 1980-85 1987-90 1993-97 1997-98 2006-07 2014-15

42

45 1973-74 1974-75 1976-78 1978-81 1981-83 1985-89 1990-93 1994-95 1998-99 2001-06

Ron Washington (#45 away) Dick Crist Art Louvar Tom Miller Randy Smithson (#13 also) Gus Santos Phil Mendelson Jerry Stewart Roosevelt Overstreet Reggie Smithson Calvin Walls David King

1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1999-01

Jim Reinert Donald Battee Charles Brent Ken Wilkins Juston White

52 1968-69 1969-71 1971-73 1988-90 2002-04

Bob Matzen (#53 away) Bob Thurman Mike Karas Darin Dugger Zach Simmons

53 1973-77 Robert Elmore 1983-87 Henry Carr

54

RETIRED in honor of Cliff Levingston

1968-71 1971-73 1979-83 1986-87 1989-90

Jim Givens (#55 away) Randy Wilson Cliff Levingston Ted Williams Kevin Clark

55 1973-76 1996-97 1997-98 2004-05

Neil Strom Luke Utting (#40 also) Kevin Gwlatney Kurt Bangle

Note: Jersey number information dates to late 1960s. Bold italic denotes retired number.

RETIRED NUMBERS 42

DAVE STALLWORTH

The first Wichita State jersey retired was No. 42, worn by Dave “The Rave” Stallworth from 1962-65. Stallworth averaged 24.2 points a game during his career and ranks third on the Shocker all-time scoring list with 1,936 points. Stallworth saved some of his biggest games for the biggest of stages, averaging an incredible 29.5 points per game in NCAA Tournament play. That includes a 37-point effort in a 94-86 Midwest Regional Final loss to Kansas State in 1964. Stallworth was a first-round draft choice of the New York Knicks in 1965 and played in the National Basketball Association with three teams over 10 years. In 1997, he was honored as a charter inductee in the MVC Hall of Fame.

35

ANTOINE CARR

The Wichita Heights High School grad and hometown hero finished his career as the fourth-leading scorer in Wichita State history with 1,911 points and established the Shocker single-game scoring mark of 47 point in his final collegiate game against Southern Illinois on March 5, 1983. Carr also holds Shocker freshman records for blocks (40) and points scored (442), and his 31-point effort against Creighton in 1980 ranks third for WSU rookies. He was taken eighth overall in the ‘83 draft by the Detroit Pistons and went on to enjoy a 15-year NBA career.

34

XAVIER McDANIEL

The third Wichita State jersey retired was No. 34, worn by Xavier McDaniel from 1981-85. “X”, as he was known to Shocker fans, ended his brilliant career as the Shockers’ all-time rebounding leader with 1,359 and second on the all-time scoring list with 2,152 points. He twice led the nation in rebounding and as senior became the first player in NCAA history to lead the nation in both scoring (27.2 points) and rebounding (14.8) in the same season. In addition, McDaniel’s nine career 20-point/20-rebound games ranks first in Shocker history, and his two 23-rebound efforts against Illinois State and West Texas State are good for two of the school’s top-15 all-time performances. He was a first-round draft pick of the Seattle Supersonics in 1985 and last played with the New Jersey Nets.

13

CLEO LITTLETON

Considered the first star player in the modern era of Shocker basketball, Littleton led Ralph Miller’s Shocker squads to new heights and helped establish the winning tradition. In 1986, his No. 13 became the fourth Shocker jersey to be retired. A third team All-American selection in 1955, Littleton was the first player west of the Mississippi to score more than 2,000 career points. He still ranks as WSU’s all-time leading scorer with a 2,164 points, while his scoring average of 19 points is third. During his senior season, Littleton led the Shockers at 21.4 points, and is the only player to be named to the all-Valley first team four years. He also played in 184 consecutive games, not missing one-from his sophomore season in high school through his senior season at WSU. Littleton was a 1955 draft choice of the Fort Wayne Pistons.

54

CLIFF LEVINGSTON

No. 54 reached the rafters in 1988. Known for his engaging personality and warm smile, Cliff Levingston teamed with Antoine Carr to form the “Bookend Forwards” tandem that led the Shockers to national prominence in the early 1980s. A two-time first team all-Valley selection, Levinston was chosen Third Team All-America by Basketball Times and was a dominant performer on two WSU conference championship teams. During his three-year career at WSU, he totaled 1,471 points and 965 rebounds, ranking eighth on all-time scoring list and fourth in rebounding. His 53.8 career field goal percentage also ranks third all-time in school history. A first-round draft pick of the Detroit Pistons in 1982, he was a member of the Chicago Bulls’ first two NBA titles in 1991 and 1992.


ALL-TIME ALPHABETICAL ROSTER A ABBEY, Lawrence ABBOTT, Larry ADKINS, John ADRIAN, Laverne ALEXANDER, Kamau ALEXANDER, Ross ALLEN, John ALLEN, Mike AMBLER, Dick ANACREON, James ANDERSON, Bob ANDERSON, Dave ANDERSON, Verlyn ANDRE, Tony ANGULO, Al ANGULO, John ANTHONY, Dwayne ARGUMEDO, Bob ARLINE, Mike ARMSTEAD, Malcolm ARMSTRONG, Warren ARNETT, Carter ARNOLD, Clark ARNOLD, Jamie ASKEW, John ATWATER, Terry AUGHBURNS, Tyrone AUSTIN, Lindsay AXLINE, Larry

1905-09 1957-58 1964-65 1942-43 1991-92 1967-68 1959-60 1965-66 1944-45 2011-12 1969-70 1965-68 1951-55 1976-77 1969-70 1970-71 1996-97 1955-56 1983-85 2012-13 1965-68 1994-96 1928-32 1993-97 1985-87 1982-83 1977-79 1922-23 1959-60

B BACHMAN, Larry BAILEY, Charles BAILEY, Curtis BAKER, Ron BANGLE, Kurt BARACZ, Norm BARNARD, Bill BARNER, Grant BARNEY, Brett BARNHOUSE, Harry BARNHOUSE, Jim BARRON, Randy BASS, Brent BATES, Percy BATTEE, Donald BAUSCH, Jim BEAL, Harold BEEMAN, Ray BELL, Ricky BEGNOCHE, Brett BENTON, Terrell BENTON, Terry BINFORD, Charles BLAIR, Gabe BLEVINS, Madison BLOOD, Emmett BOGER, Francis BOHLING, Chad BOLDEN, Jimmy BONDS, Keith BONINE, Larry BOWMAN, Nate BOXBERGER, Greg BOXBERGER, Kent BOYD, Chris BOYER, Glen BRADLEY, Karon BRADLEY, Ryan BRADY, Virgil BRAEUER, Matt BRESKI, Chuck BRENT, Charlie

1959-60 1931-33 1984-86 2011-16 2004-05 1961-63 1970-71 1936-37 2015-Pr. 1945-46 1948-50 1950-51 1986-88 1905-09 1974-75 1927-28 1945-47 1930-32 1988-89 2001-02 1998-02 1969-72 1944-45 2008-11 1913-14 1922-24 1917-19 1993-94 1992-93 1988-90 1959-61 1962-64 1971-74 1977-78 1979-80 1953-56 2005-07 2005-07 1958-61 2004-08 1960-61 1975-78

BRIM, Delmar BRITTAIN, Donald BRITTON, Reggie BROWN, Chris BROWN, Derek BROWN, Rod BROWN, Tony BROWN, Zach BRUCE, F. BRUTON, Calvin BRYANT, Greg BUNCH, James BURLEY, Brett BURNS, Randy BURRIS, Jim BUSCH, Tom BUSH, Brycen BUSH, Zach BUSER, Bill BUTH, Dennis BUTLER, Arbry

1955-56 1957-58 2008-09 2006-07 2006-07, 09-11 2017-Pr. 1991-92 2014-17 1909-11 1972-76 1995-96 1995-99 2007-08 2001-05 1952-53 1965-66 2017-Pr. 2012-17 1939-40 1965-68 2007-08

C CALHOUN, Paul CALLIS, Larry CAMPBELL, Marvin CANNON, Bill CAREY, CARR, Henry CARMAN, Mervin CARNEGIE, Aldridge CARNEY, Greg CARNEY, Leo CARR, Antoine CARR, James CARRINGTON, Preston CARTER, Darius CASIDY, Dick CASSIDY, Kenneth CHAMBERLAIN, Reggie CHRIST, Dick CHRISTIAN, Chris CHUK, Alex CLARK, Kevin CLARK, Leonard CLARK, Matt CLEMENTE, Ramon CLEVELAND, John COIN, Herb COLEBY, Kadeem COLEMAN, Cedric COMPTON, Sherrill CONN, Rick CONRAD, Jim CONWAY, Jack COOK, Elmer COOK, Kelly COOPER, John COPE, James CORZINE, Kermit COTTNER, Gene COTTON, Tekele COUISNARD, PJ CRAFT, Boo CRAGGETT, Mark CRISS, John CRIST, Dick CROSS, Albert CROWLEY, Cletus CRUM, Charles CRUM, John CUNDIFF, Gary CUPPS, Brian CURMODE, Gary

1939-41 1992-96 1942-43 1942-43 1916-17 1983-87 1951-55 1967-68 1967-70 1953-56 1979-83 1978-79 1969-71 2013-15 1958-61 1913-14 2008-09 1969-70 1968-69 1952-54 1989-90 1962-63 2000-04 2007-09 1959-60 1954-57 2012-14 1984-88 1952-53 1989-93 1976-77 1953-54 1905-06 1967-68 1987-91 1937-39 1924-27 1964-65 2011-15 2004-08 1991-92 1967-68 1963-66 1968-69 1934-35 1965-66 1942-43 1954-57 1982-87 1993-94 1969-71

CURRY, Maurice CURRY, Meuli

1940-43 1937-40

D DAHL, David DALTON, Bob DAVIS, Aaron DAVIS, Claude DAVIS, Gerald DAVIS, H.O. DAVIS, Harold DEDRICK, Don DeHON, Ray DAVIS, Willie DAWSON, Nick DeLOSA, John DENNISON, Ross DENNY, Mike DICKINSON, Leon DOBLER, DOTSON, John DRAUT, Bill DREILING, Greg DRUMGOLE, Josh DUGGER, Darrin DUNHAM, Berry DURBIN, Brice DUNKIN, Dennis DURHAM, Wayne DURISIC, Zarko DURLEY, JT DUTTON, David DWYER, Ron

1968-71 1940-41 1987-90 1905-06 1963-65 1915-17 1924-28 1931-32 1935-36 1999-01 1954-55 1976-77 1937-38 1978-81 1917-18 1909-11 1964-65 1942-43, 46-47 1981-82 2000-01 1988-89 1927-28 1944-46 1956-57 1959-63 1980-84 2007-11 1955-56 1956-57

2012-14 1972-76 1933-35 1968-69 1916-17, 18-19 2007-11 1942-43 1944-45 1974-77 1992-94 1937-38 1994-95 1997-99 1994-95

F FARNEY, James FAST, Chet FELT, Sam FELTER, John FELTER, Mason FINCH, FLICKINGER, John FLOWERS, Kurt FLOWERS, Terrance FORNEY, Ralph FORD, Sid FOUTS, Forest FRANK, Johnnie FRANKAMP, Conner FRANZ, Delbert FRIEDESDORF, John FRIESEN, John “Cot” FULLINGTON, Howard

1957-58 1938-40 1964-65 1987-89 2008-10 1911-12 1916-19 1997-99 1993-96 1929-30 1975-76 1945-46 1932-34 2015-Pr. 1965-66 1949-52 1947-51 1926-27

G GALES, John GARNER, Ben

1951-53 1965-66 1934-38 1990-92 1979-83 1951-52 1968-71 1957-60 2014-15 1970-71 1937-38 1959-60 1922-23 1971-72 1912-13 1996-97 1909-11 1939-41 1918-19 1983-84 1974-76 1985-89 2012-14 2004-05 1986-89 1997-98 1958-59 2007-09 1928-31 1953-56 2000-01 1987-91 1997-98

H

E EARLY, Cleanthony EDGAR, Mike EIKERMANN, Gerhardt ELLIOTT, Don ELLIOTT, Hugh ELLIS, Aaron ELLIS, Bill ELLIOTT, Vic ELMORE, Robert ELSTUN, Chad EMMELE, Buford ESTELL, Dorian EVANS, Maurice EWELL, Brian

GATES, Sidney GAUDITZ, Bill GAWTHROP, Pike GEORGE, Robert GIBBS, James GILL, Charles GIVENS, Jim GLASCOCK, Bob GLASS, Tevin GLASSNER, Bill GLENN, O.C., Jr. GODBOLD, Dell GOFF, William GOLTZ, Bob GOOCH, George GOOLSBY, L.J. GRAFTON, Harold GRANDY, Earl GRANDY, Victor GRAVES, Marcelles GRAY, Robert GRAYER, Steve GREEN, Derail GREEN, Zach GRIFFIN, Joe GRILL, Chris GRINER, Keith GRISKENAS, Mantas GROVE, Harold GRUBB, Rod GRUNDVIG, Adam GUFFROVICH, Paul GWALTNEY, Kevin

1958-61 1972-73

HALL, Carl HALL, Millard HALL, Thomas HALLGARTH, Robert HAMILTON, Eric HAMILTON, Jerome HANKTON, Terry HANNAH, Clevin HAPNER, Clayton HARAN, John HARP, John Bill HARTLEY, Frank HARRIS, Lance HARRIS, Lillard HARRIS, Ron HATCH, Graham HAWKINS, A.J. HAYDEN, Phillip HAYES, Bert HAYMAKER, HAYNES-JONES, Samajae HELLER, Ron HELLER, Stewart HEMINGWAY, Hank HENDERSON, Jr., Corey HENNIGH, Bill HENRION, Walter HERLOCKER, Jim HERRS, Jacob HERRS, Ryan HESS, Paul HICKEL, Roger HICKS, Dave HIGHTOWER, Curtis HILL, Lew HILL, Marvin HINMAN, Strong HODGEN, HODGSON, Bob

2011-13 1917-19 1934-35 1957-58 2015-17 2009-10 1996-98 2008-10 1942-43 1957-58 1917-18 1964-65 2006-08 1965-67 1969-72 2007-11 2007-09 1958-60 1939-41 1911-12 2017-Pr. 1958-61 1958-59 1949-52 2014-15 1928-31 1929-30 1953-54 2017-Pr. 1992-96 1941-42 1968-69 1953-54 1951-53 1985-88 1995-97 1912-15 1910-11 1953-56

HOGG, Aaron 2002-04 HOLCOMB, Dwight 1912-13 HOLLAND, Ria’n 2013-15 HOLMAN, Jerome “Fridge” 2002-04 HOLMES, Floyd 1972-75 HOLMES, Ned 1952-53 HOUGH, David 1956-57 HOWARD, Jamar 2001-05 HOWELL, Lawrence 1977-79 HUDDLESTON, Frank 1957-58 HUDGINS, Bob 1945-46 HUNT, K.C. 1990-94 HYNDMAN, John 1941-42

I ISELY, Bliss ISELY, Harold

1905-06 1923-26

J JACKSON, Auguster JACKSON, Bernard JACKSON, Jay JAMES, Mike JAMES, Walter JINKINS, Bob JOHNSON, Claudius JOHNSON, Francis JOHNSON, Lynbert JOHNSON, Ron JOHNSON, Tony JOHNSON, Wayne JOHNSON, Willard JONES, A.J. JONES, Einion JONES, Frank JONES, Mike JONES, Ozell JORDAN, Cecil JORDAN, Don JOYNER, Tory

1979-80 1982-84 1979-82 1967-70 1907-08 1940-41 1989-93 1929-33 1975-79 1967-68 1990-92 1935-39 1936-38 1958-59 1932-34 1923-24 1979-82 1979-81 1914-15 1955-56 1991-93

K KALOCINSKI, Steve KAMPMAN, Rob KARAS, Mike KAUFMAN, Ray KELLEY, Leonard KELLUM, Marvin KELLY, Rashard KEYSER, C.J. KICE, Claude KICE, Frank KING, David KING, Kendal KINKAID,Tom KITTIKO, Jerry KITE, Ray KLAVER, Jim KLEIDON, Jon KNIGHTLY, John KNOCKE, Erwin KNOCKE, Ron KNOCKE, Wait KOBAR, John KOBLE, KOONTZ, Doyle KORNHAUS, Tom KOSICH, Tom KRAFELS, Joe KREHER, Rick KROLL, Lance KUHN, Eric KYLES, David

1975-79 2001-05 1970-73 1936-37 1961-64 1970-71 2014-Pr. 2016-Pr. 1923-24 1923-24 2005-06 1949-51 1939-42 1960-63 1939-40 1922-26 1995-96 1915-17 1948-51 1958-60 1946-50 1976-80 1916-17 1941-42 1934-36 1983-88 1945-49 1968-72 1989-90 1978-81 2008-12

107


ALL-TIME ALPHABETIAL ROSTER L LACY, Ed LAKES, Roland LAKETA, Don LANG, Bill LEACH, Dave LEDFORD, Cameron LEMONS, Carl LEMOS, Lee LEVINGSTON, Cliff LEWIS, Alan LEWIS, Jay LEWIS, Walter LIBERTY, Adam LIND, Derek LITTLETON, Cleo LOCK, Don LONG, Bob LOUVAR, Art LUFILE, Chadrack LUKE, Nolan

1969-70 1957-58 1952-55 1971-74 1962-65 2002-06 1996-00 1960-61 1979-82 1970-71 1998-00 1938-39 2003-05 1993-94 1951-55 1955-58 1960-63 1970-73 2012-14 1959-60

M MACK, Ron MACK, Troy MADDOX, Jim MAHAN, Ronald MAHANNAH, Ed MALONE, Kaelen MALLOTT, Tom MANN, Biggy MANN, Garry MANIGAULT, Kenny MARKS, Ed MARSHALL, Mike MARTIN, Daryl MARTIN, Ryan MARTIN, Tony MARTIN, Walter MARTINA, Mahrnord MASON, Robert MATSON, George MATTHEWS, Jack MATZEN, Bob MAYES, Bryce McBURNEY, Ross McCASLIN, Ray McCAUSLAND, Ross McCLINTOCK, Dick McCORMICK, George McCULLOUGH, Jim McDANIEL, Xavier McDONALD, Marvin McDOWELL, Roger McDUFFIE, Markis McFALL, CC McGREW, Bruce McGREW, Cyrus McKEY, Melvin McKINNEY, Eugene McMURRAY, Rex McNERNEY, Jim MEAD, Maurice MEKEL, Gal MENDELL, Ron MENDELSON, Phil MEYERS, Booth MEYERS, Robin MICHAEL, Bret MIDTGAARD, Asbjorn MILLER, Dale MILLER, Darin MILLER, Dick MILLER, Elmer

108

1960-61 1998-02 1960-63 1952-53 1911-14 2016-17 1957-60 1915-16 1954-57 2009-10 1973-74 1972-75 1968-69 2005-07 1980-82 1905-08 1998-00 1944-45 1928-31 1966-69 1966-69 2009-10 1925-29 1946-48 1918-19 1945-46 1926-27 1973-76 1981-85 1940-42 1965-68 2015-Pr. 2000-02 1957-58 1925-26 1995-96 1970-71 1947-51 1951-55 1947-48 2006-08 1966-69 1988-91 1925-28 1970-71 2007-09 2017-Pr. 1922-24 1993-97 1913-16 1909-13

MILLER, Gene MILLER, Hank MILLER, Paul MILLER, Joe MILNER, Jerry MODSCHIEDLER, Konrad MOFFAT, James “Red” MONTY, Bob MOORE, MOORE, Ernie MOORE, Bill MOORE, Jeff MORAN, Bill MOROCCO, Tony MORRIS, Don MORRIS, Shaquille MORSDEN, Rich MOSCOW, Barry MOUNTFORD, Mike MULLEN, Dick MURRY, Toure MUSEOUSKY, John

1916-19 1914-17 2001-06 1959-60 1956-57 1954-55 1927-31 1946-48 1931-32 1960-64 1970-71 1970-71 1950-51 1962-63 1928-29 2013-Pr. 1972-74 1960-61 1989-90 1946-50 2008-12 1960-61

N NEBERGALL, Jim NEELY, Dale NEELY, Leroy NEELY, Oric NEWMAN, Tommy NICKERSON, Gaylon NOBLE, Art NORMORE, Clint NOSICH, Larry NURGER, Rauno NUTTER, Jimmy NYE, Glenn

1945-49 1937-39 1931-35 1938-39 1965-67 1989-90 1933-35 1984-86 1962-65 2014-Pr. 1947-51 1935-37

O O’DELL, Max O’HARA, Charlie OGIRRI, Sean OLIVER, Keith OLMSTEAD, John ORUKPE, Ehimen O’RIORDEN, Kevin OTT, Harry OVERSTREET, Roosevelt

1939-40 1968-69 2004-07 1942-43, 45-47 1926-30 2010-13 1968-69 1923-24, 26-27 1996-98

P PAPKE, Karl PARKER, Virgil PAULEY, Martin PEACOCK, Ross PEREZ, Jason PERKINS, Jeff PETE, Kelly PETERS, John PETERSON, Carl PETERSON, Winston PETITT, James PHILLIPS, Cedric PHILLIPS, Michael PIERCE, Kevin PILZ, Ralph PLANK, Clyde PLANK, Jay POHLENZ, Jack POTTER, Chris POTTS, Dean POTTS, Ralph POWELL, Bill POWELL, Bob POWERS, Bob PRATT, Nate

1980-85 1945-46 1957-59 1992-93 1996-00 1984-85 1963-66 1965-66 1911-14 1991-92 1926-27 1981-83 1999-01 1982-84 1970-71 1908-09 1908-11 1960-61 1990-91 1912-15 1912-13 1932-35 1937-38 1967-68 1967-68

PRAYLOW, Dwayne PRAYLOW, Dwight PREADOM, Wendell PRZYBYLO, Dave

1985-89 1985-89 2005-08 1976-77

Q QUICK, Jack

1955-56

R RADOVIC, Zoran RADUNOVICH, Sasha RAGLAND, Jack RAGLAND, Joe RAGSDALE, Max RALPH, Oscar RANDLE, Jack RATAJ, Greg RATCLIFF, Melvin RATHBONE, Jack REAVES, Austin REED, Melvin REED, Morris REED, Ralph REILLY, Tom REITER, Joe REIMOND, Gerard REINERT, Tim RESSER, Charley REYNOLDS, Harold RHODES, Ty RICHARDSON, Tyler RIMKUS, Chuck ROBINSON, Fred ROBINSON, OJ RODGERS, Gaylen ROGERS, Nick ROLLS, Shane ROSEIDTCHER, Seymour ROSPIERSKI, Bob ROWLAND, Donny RUESCHHOFF, Jay RUSH, David RYAN, Elmer RYER, Ronnie

1980-81 1985-89 1930-33 2010-12 1955-56 1922-23 1928-31 1968-70 1937-38 1932-35 2016-Pr. 1964-67 1968-69 1956-57 1959-62 1953-54 1963-65 1974-75 1929-30 1924-27 1996-98 2009-11 1955-56 1942-43, 47-48 1999-01 1954-55 2002-06 1977-79 1958-59 1960-61 1962-64 1993-94 1973-74 1907-08 1978-80

S SAMPSON, Dick SANDERS, Richard SANTOS, Gus SAVALA, BILL SCATES, James SCHAAF, Oscar SCHEER, Paul SCHLUP, Kenneth SCHOFIELD, Bill SCHULTZ, Matt SCHWARTZKOPF, Al SCHWARTZKOPF, Calvin SCOTT, Dan SCOTT, Patrice SEAMANS, Herbert SEEDLE, Clyde SEXTON, Linwood SHADOAN, Robert SHAMET, Landry SHERRELL, Dion SHERROD, Aubrey SHIRLEY, Ray SHOGREN, Steve SICKLES, Cliff "Cy" SIEMENS, Dick SIMONDS, SIMMONS, Zach

1969-70 1950-52 1983-87 1955-56 1958-59 1941-42 1951-54 1951-52 1948-49 1994-96 1956-58 1955-58 1945-46 1990-93 1912-13 1930-32 1944-45 1930-33 2015-Pr. 2001-02 1981-85 1976-80 1969-72 1945-48 1946-47 1945-46 2002-04

SIMON, John Robert SKINNER, Dave SLOAN, SMITH, Ben SMITH, Bruce SMITH, Daishon SMITH, John SMITH, Melvin SMITH, Sam SMITH, Vernon SMITH, Vince SMITHSON, Randy SMITHSON, Reggie SNODGRASS, Ray SOFT, Ron SOLTER, Albert SOLTER, George SOLTER, Harry SOUTHERN, Ed SOWERS, Jamie STALLWORTH, Dave STEPHENS, Clifton STEVEN Bret STEVEN, Craig STEVENS, Gene STEVENS, Joe STEVENS, Larry STEWART, Jerry ST. JOHN, Johnnie STEINKE, Gene STEWART, Calvin STOUT, David STRAHAN, Dale STRAIN, Bailey STRATHE, Jim STRICKLEN, Keith STROM, Neal STURDY, Lyle STUTZ, Garrett SUTCLIFF, Dean SUTERA, Jerry SWANSON, L.D.

2013-17 1967-70 1909-11 2010-12 1977-79 2016-17 1991-93 1944-45 1961-62 1962-65 1970-73 1979-81 1998-00 1937-38 1968-71 1908-09 1909-12 1913-14 1974-76 2001-02 1961-65 1977-78 2008-09 1998-03 1965-66 1955-58 1965-66 1994-96 1939-40 1941-43 1935-37 1924-26 1935-36 1942-43 1953-56 1993-94 1972-76 1940-41 2008-12 1952-54 1969-70 1993-95

T TABOR, Lou TAGGART, Ernie TANKERSLEY, Dudley TATE, Al TAYLOR, Carlos TAYLOR, Johnny TAYLOR, Tyrone THAYER, Will THOMAS, Calvin THOMAS, DeMond THOMASSON, Phillip THOMPSON, Gary THOMPSON, Jamie THURMAN, Bob TIBBETTS, Bill TOBUREN, Nelson TOEVS, Don TROGELE, Bob TROPE, Al TSHOMBA, Duke TUCKER, Tilford TUCKER, Virgil

1969-70 1968-69 1940-41 1957-60 1952-53 1977-78 2015-Pr. 1908-09 1990-91 1994-95 2006-08 1951-54 1964-67 1969-71 1950-51 1957-58 1946-50 1975-79 1964-66 2000-02 1951-55 1971-74

U URBAN, Elbert UTTING, Luke

1957-60 1996-99

V VAN EMAN, Lanny

1958-61

VANVLEET, Fred VAUGHN, Artie VAUGHN, Vernon VAUGH, Elvln VAUTRAVERS, Randall VICE, Mel VOLKMAN, William VORE, Earl VOTH, Lynn

2012-16 1955-56 1931-33 1945-48 2010-12 1939-41 1934-35 1933-36 1956-57

W WACHTER, Andy WALKER, Jared WALKER, Josh WALLS, Calvin WAMUKOTA, Tom “Bush” WASHINGTON, Rodney WASHINGTON, Ron WATKINS, Mike WEAVER, Bud WEBBER, Tim WEBSTER, Steve WELLS, Edward WELLS, Gerald WELLS, Mandell WESSEL, Evan WESSEL, Everett WESTBROOK, James WESTGEEST, Bart WHITE, Jake WHITE, Juston WIGGINS Michael WIGGINS, Nick WIGHT, Paul WILBURN Gilbert WILEY, Gene WILKENS, Ken WILLIAMS, Carl WILLIAMS, Chad WILLIAMS, Darrin WILLIAMS, Demetric WILLIAMS, Dudley WILLIAMS, Richard WILLIAMS, Ted WILLIAMS, Vernon WILLIS, Darral WILSON, Bob WILSON, Charles WILSON, Jim WILSON, Kyle WILSON, Randy WISE, Bret WOODMAN, Kermit WOODS, Walter WOODWORTH, Don

2002-03 2014-15 2010-11 2003-05 2014-16 1984-85 1965-69 1998-99 1942-43,46-49 1969-70 1970-71 1914-15 1936-39 1922-26 2011-16 1956-59 1957-58 1998-99 2011-13 1998-01 1990-93 2012-14 1991-92 1982-84 1959-62 1976-77 1966-68 1995-96 1996-00 2009-13 1942-43 1978-80 1985-87 1939-42 2016-Pr. 1972-74 1956-57 1935-36 2004-06 1970-71 2002-04 1934-35 1922-25 1955-58

Y YODER, Doug YOUND, Jared

1972-76 2005-06

Z ZAFIROS, Manny

1962-65

List includes rosters from 1905-present. Records for 1920-21, 1961-62 and 1963-64 are incomplete.


SHOCKERS IN THE NBA

GENE WILEY (6-10 | 210 | C) Season 1962-63 Los Angeles Lakers 1963-64 Los Angeles Lakers 1964-65 Los Angeles Lakers 1965-66 Los Angeles Lakers 1967-68 Oakland/Dallas NBA Totals 4 Seasons ABA Totals 1 Season

Min 1488 1510 2002 1386 85 6386 85

Avg 19.8 19.4 25.0 20.7 9.4 21.3 9.4

FG FGA % 3FG 109 236 .462 146 273 .535 175 376 .465 123 289 .426 7 20 .350 0 553 1174 .471 7 20 .350 0

FGA

GP GS Min New York Knicks NBA 80 1893 New York Knicks NBA 76 1889 Did Not Play (illness—heart condition) Did Not Play (illness—heart condition) New York Knicks ^ NBA 82 1375 New York Knicks NBA 81 1565 New York/Baltimore NBA 78 2040 Baltimore Bullets NBA 73 1217 Capital Bullets NBA 45 458 New York Knicks NBA 7 57 10494 8 Seasons 522

Avg 23.7 24.9

FG 373 380

FGA % 3FG 820 .455 816 .466

FGA

16.8 19.3 26.2 16.7 10.2 8.1 1883

239 295 336 180 75 5 4296

557 685 778 435 187 18 .438

.429 .431 .432 .414 .401 .278

Min 65 272 607 744 483 217 2171 217

Avg 7.2 6.5 9.1 9.2 11.0 12.1 8.9 12.1

FG 8 52 82 98 58 19 298 19

FGA 21 134 226 235 148 53 764 53

% 3FG .381 .388 .363 .417 .392 .358 0 .390 .358 0

FGA

%

1

.000

1

.000

Min 425 856 131 86 1498

Avg FG 8.9 115 14.8 197 5.2 19 7.2 14 10.5 345

FGA 225 489 59 36 809

% 3FG .511 .403 .322 .389 .426

FGA

%

NBA NBA NBA NBA ABA

GP 75 78 80 67 9 300 9

GS

%

0 0

FT 23 45 56 43 4 167 4

FTA 68 75 111 76 8 330 8

% .338 .600 .505 .566 .500 .506 .500

Off

FT 258 229

FTA 376 320

% .686 .716

Off

Def

Tot Avg 504 6.7 510 6.5 690 8.6 490 7.3 20 2.2 2194 7.3 20 2.2

PF 180 225 235 171 10 811 10

A 40 44 105 63 2 252 2

TO

Tot 492 472

PF 237 226

A 186 144

TO

Stl

Blk

Pts 241 337 406 289 18 1273 18

Stl

Blk

Pts Avg 1004 12.6 989 13.0

2 2

Avg 3.2 4.3 5.1 4.3 2.0 4.2 2.0

DAVE STALLWORTH (6-7 | 200 | SF) Season 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 Career

%

Def

Avg 6.2 6.2

161 225 .716 323 3.9 194 139 639 7.8 169 230 .735 352 4.3 175 106 759 9.4 152 188 .809 433 5.6 217 158 824 10.6 78 101 .772 236 3.2 139 112 438 6.0 47 55 .855 52 73 125 2.8 61 25 28 4 197 4.4 0 0 6 14 20 2.9 10 2 3 3 10 1.4 1094 1495 .732 58 87 2453 4.7 1259 872 31 7 4860 9.3 ^ - Averaged 17.9 pts, 10.1 reb. in 19 playoff games for the 1970 NBA Champion New York Knicks

NATE BOWMAN (6-10 | 230 | C) Season 1966-67 Chicago Bulls 1967-68 New York Knicks 1968-69 New York Knicks 1969-70 New York Knicks ^ 1970-71 Buffalo Braves 1971-72 Pittsburgh Condors NBA Totals 5 Seasons ABA Totals 1 Season

NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA ABA

GP 9 42 67 81 44 18 243 18

GS

FT 6 10 29 41 20 5 106 5

FTA 8 15 61 79 38 9 201 9

% .750 .667 .475 .519 .526 .556 .527 .556

Off

Def

55

Tot 28 113 220 257 173 87 791 87

Avg 3.1 2.7 3.3 3.2 3.9 4.8 3.3 4.8

32

55

32

FT 46 43 11 2 102

FTA % 58 .793 58 .741 13 .846 3 .667 132 .773

Off 18 32 3 6 59

Def 34 62 6 6 108

Tot 52 94 9 12 167

Avg 1.1 1.6 0.4 1.0 1.2

PF A TO Stl Blk Pts Avg 2 22 2.4 18 69 20 114 2.7 142 53 193 2.9 189 46 237 2.9 91 41 136 3.1 48 13 17 43 2.4 509 162 702 2.9 48 13 17 4 2.4 ^ - Played on 1970 NBA Champion New York Knicks

BOBBY WILSON (6-3 | 175 | SG) Season 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 Career

Chicago Bulls Chicago Bulls Boston Celtics Indiana Pacers 4 Seasons

NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA

GP 48 58 25 12 143

GS

PF 54 96 19 16 185

A 36 52 14 8 110

TO

6 6

Stl 22 25 3 2 52

Blk 1 2 0 1 4

Pts 276 437 49 30 792

Avg 5.8 7.5 2.0 2.5 5.5

WARREN (ARMSTRONG) JABALI (6-2 | 200 | CG) Season 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 Career

Oakland Oaks Washington Capitols Indiana Pacers The Floridians Denver Rockets Denver Rockets San Diego Conquistadors 7 Seasons

ABA ABA ABA ABA ABA ABA ABA ABA

GP 71 40 62 81 82 49 62 447

GS

Min 2545 1510 1586 3313 2738 1711 1861 15264

Avg 35.8 37.8 25.6 40.9 33.4 34.9 30.0 34.1

FG FGA % 3FG FGA % FT FTA % Off Def 573 1276 .449 11 44 .250 373 545 .684 255 433 342 768 .445 19 62 .306 210 293 .717 114 302 227 554 .410 47 163 .288 181 238 .761 64 234 569 1304 .436 102 285 .358 375 496 .756 167 489 441 974 .453 36 140 .257 480 596 .805 129 295 257 657 .391 45 123 .366 220 274 .803 82 164 254 648 .392 62 193 .321 179 227 .789 72 185 2663 6181 .431 322 1010 .319 2018 2669 .756 883 2102 ^ - Averaged 28.8 points in 16 playoff games for ABA Champion Oakland

Tot Avg PF A TO Stl Blk Pts Avg 688 9.7 263 252 307 1530 21.5 416 10.4 143 173 205 913 22.8 298 4.8 205 214 190 682 11.0 656 8.1 298 495 332 1615 19.9 424 5.2 280 539 302 175 1398 17.0 246 5.0 167 358 195 97 10 779 15.9 257 4.1 188 358 184 112 19 749 12.1 2985 6.7 1544 2389 1715 384 29 7666 17.1 % - 1968-69 ABA Rookie of the Year * - 4-time ABA All-Star

109


SHOCKERS IN THE NBA CLIFF LEVINGSTON (6-8 | 210 | PF) Season 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1994-95 Career

Detroit Pistons Detroit Pistons Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks Chicago Bulls ^ Chicago Bulls ^ Denver Nuggets 11 Seasons

GP 62 80 74 81 82 82 80 75 78 79 57 830

GS 5 24 53 35 10 32 52 5 0 0 0 216

Min 879 1746 2017 1945 1848 2135 2184 1706 1013 1020 469 16962

Avg 14.2 21.8 27.3 24.0 22.5 26.0 27.3 22.7 13.0 12.9 8.2 20.4

FG 131 229 291 294 251 314 300 216 127 125 55 2333

FGA 270 436 552 551 496 564 568 424 282 251 130 4524

% 3FG .485 0 .525 0 .527 0 .534 0 .506 0 .557 1 .528 1 .509 1 .450 1 .498 1 .423 0 .516 5

FGA 1 3 2 1 3 2 5 5 4 6 1 33

% .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .200 .200 .250 .167 .000 .152

FT 84 125 145 164 155 190 133 83 59 60 19 1217

FTA 147 186 222 242 212 246 191 122 91 96 45 1800

% .571 .672 .653 .678 .731 .772 .696 .680 .648 .625 .422 .676

Off Def Tot Avg PF A TO Stl Blk Pts Avg 104 128 232 3.7 125 52 73 23 36 346 5.6 234 311 545 6.8 281 109 77 44 78 583 7.3 230 336 566 7.6 231 104 133 70 69 727 9.8 193 341 534 6.6 260 72 113 76 39 752 9.3 219 314 533 6.5 261 40 72 48 68 657 8.0 228 276 504 6.1 287 71 94 52 84 819 10.0 194 304 498 6.2 270 75 105 97 70 734 9.2 113 206 319 4.3 216 80 49 55 41 516 6.9 99 126 225 2.9 143 56 50 29 43 314 4.0 109 118 227 2.9 134 66 42 27 45 311 3.9 49 75 124 2.2 91 27 21 13 20 129 2.3 1772 2535 4307 5.2 2299 752 829 534 593 5888 7.1 ^ - Won two NBA Championships with Chicago Bulls (1990-91 and 1991-92)

GP 62 17 65 80 78 77 77 81 71 34 78 80 82 66 18 21 987

GS 15 0 2 2 12 4 48 27 46 0 4 0 0 8 0 0 168

Min 1195 258 695 1483 1488 1727 2527 1867 1947 465 1677 1532 1460 1086 152 221 19780

Avg 19.3 15.2 10.7 18.5 19.1 22.4 32.8 23.0 27.4 13.7 21.5 19.2 17.8 16.5 8.4 10.5 20.0

FG 198 49 134 281 226 356 628 359 379 78 290 233 252 151 21 28 3663

FGA 375 93 265 517 471 721 1228 732 705 160 546 510 522 325 52 64 7286

% 3FG .528 2 .527 0 .506 1 .544 1 .480 0 .494 0 .511 0 .490 1 .538 0 .488 0 .531 1 .457 0 .483 0 .465 0 .404 0 .438 0 .503 6

FGA 6 0 3 4 1 7 3 5 5 1 4 3 3 0 1 0 46

% .333 --.333 .250 .000 .000 .000 .200 .000 .000 .250 .000 .000 --.000 --.130

FT 101 18 73 142 130 237 295 162 174 42 165 114 99 76 5 11 1844

FTA 128 27 103 182 152 298 389 212 224 58 201 144 127 98 7 14 2364

% .789 .667 .709 .780 .855 .795 .758 .764 .777 .724 .821 .792 .780 .776 .714 .786 .780

Off 79 16 60 94 106 115 163 128 107 12 81 71 60 42 9 8 1151

Def 153 36 96 195 168 207 257 218 281 39 184 129 135 89 22 24 2233

Tot Avg PF 232 3.7 219 52 3.1 51 156 2.4 146 289 3.6 272 274 3.5 221 322 4.2 247 420 5.5 315 346 4.3 264 388 5.5 264 51 1.5 75 265 3.4 253 200 2.5 254 195 2.4 214 131 2.0 195 31 1.7 31 32 1.5 42 3384 3.4 3063

Avg 33.0 37.0 34.7 29.1 35.2 32.5 28.6 27.0 24.0 21.0 18.9 9.0 29.0

FG 576 806 687 677 611 590 488 457 387 246 138 10 5673

FGA 1176 1583 1407 1385 1233 1186 1021 924 839 546 355 30 11685

% 3FG .490 2 .509 3 .488 14 .489 11 .496 5 .497 0 .478 12 .495 6 .461 10 .451 6 .389 5 .333 0 .485 74

FGA 10 14 50 36 17 8 39 22 41 21 25 0 283

% .200 .214 .280 .306 .294 .000 .308 .273 .244 .286 .200

FT 250 275 281 312 244 193 137 191 144 89 65 5 .261 2186

FTA 364 395 393 426 333 267 192 241 213 125 89 8 3046

% .687 .696 .715 .732 .733 .723 .714 .793 .676 .712 .730 .625 .718

Off 307 338 206 177 165 173 176 168 142 94 124 12 2082

Def 348 367 312 256 282 384 284 321 258 206 194 19 3231

Tot Avg PF A TO Stl Blk Pts Avg 655 8.0 305 193 248 101 37 1404 17.1 705 8.6 300 207 234 115 52 1890 23.0 518 6.6 230 263 223 96 52 1669 21.4 433 5.3 231 134 210 84 40 1677 20.5 447 6.5 231 171 187 73 36 1471 21.3 557 6.9 264 187 184 76 46 1373 17.0 460 5.6 241 149 147 57 24 1125 13.7 489 6.0 249 163 171 72 51 1111 13.5 400 4.9 193 126 116 48 39 928 11.3 300 4.4 146 108 89 30 20 587 8.6 318 5.1 144 65 70 36 17 346 5.6 31 1.6 23 9 8 3 2 25 1.3 5313 6.1 2557 1775 1887 791 416 13606 15.6 (*) - NBA All-Star % - NBA All-Rookie Team

% .667

NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA

ANTOINE CARR (6-9 | 225 | F) Season 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 Career

Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks Atlanta/Sacramento Sacramento Kings Sacramento Kings Sacramento Kings Sacramento Kings Utah Jazz Utah Jazz Utah Jazz # Utah Jazz Houston Rockets Vancouver Grizzlies 16 Seasons

NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA

A TO Stl Blk Pts Avg 80 108 29 78 499 8.0 14 14 7 15 116 6.8 34 40 14 48 342 5.3 103 116 38 83 705 8.8 91 82 31 62 582 7.5 119 125 30 68 949 12.3 191 171 45 101 1551 20.1 63 114 32 96 881 10.9 97 96 35 87 932 13.1 15 15 9 22 198 5.8 67 87 24 68 746 9.6 74 78 28 65 580 7.3 74 75 24 63 603 7.4 48 48 11 53 378 5.7 9 9 1 10 47 2.6 7 9 3 6 67 3.2 1086 1187 361 925 9176 9.3 # - 1997 Eastern Conference Champions

XAVIER McDANIEL (6-7 | 205 | SF/PF) Season 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1996-97 1997-98 Career

Seattle Sonics % Seattle Sonics Seattle Sonics * Seattle Sonics Seattle Sonics Seattle/Phoenix New York Knicks Boston Celtics Boston Celtics Boston Celtics New Jersey Nets New Jersey Nets 12 Seasons

NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA NBA

GP 82 82 78 82 69 81 82 82 82 68 62 20 870

GS 80 82 77 10 67 79 82 27 5 15 5 0 529

Min 2706 3031 2703 2385 2432 2634 2344 2215 1971 1430 1170 180 25201

GP 31 4 35

GS 1 0 1

Min Avg 292 9.4 43 10.8 335 9.6

FG 30 3 33

FGA % 3FG 86 .349 5 20 .150 0 106 .311 5

FGA % 20 .250 3 .000 23 .217

FT 8 0 8

FTA 12 0 12

Off 5 0 5

Def 22 1 23

Tot 27 1 28

Avg 0.9 0.3 0.8

PF 31 1 32

A 63 13 76

TO 31 2 33

Stl 4 2 6

Blk 1 0 1

Pts 73 6 79

Avg 2.4 1.5 2.3

GS 0 0 0

Min 373 18 391

Avg 7.3 3.6 7.0

FG 56 2 58

FGA % 3FG 129 .434 5 5 .400 0 134 .433 5

FGA % 12 .417 0 12 .417

FT 23 2 25

FTA % Off 39 .590 13 2 1.000 1 41 .610 14

Def 31 0 31

Tot 44 1 45

Avg 0.9 0.2 0.8

PF 46 2 48

A 49 1 50

TO 34 4 38

Stl 19 1 20

Blk 1 0 1

Pts 140 6 146

Avg 2.7 1.2 2.6

Min Avg 647 16.6 154 9.1 801 14.3

FG 76 12 88

FGA % 3FG 214 .355 22 40 .300 4 254 .346 26

FGA % 84 .262 15 .267 99 .263

FT 36 3 39

FTA 48 4 52

Def 75 22 97

Tot 97 26 123

Avg 2.5 1.5 2.2

PF 57 16 73

A 36 6 42

TO 40 9 49

Stl 24 2 26

Blk 12 3 15

Pts 210 31 241

Avg 5.4 1.8 4.3

GAL MEKEL (6-3 | 190 | SG) Season 2013-14 Dallas Mavericks 2014-15 New Orleans Pelicans Career 2 Seasons

NBA NBA NBA

.667

TOUREâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; MURRY (6-5 | 195 | G) Season 2013-14 New York Knicks 2014-15 Utah/Washington Career 2 Seasons

NBA NBA NBA

GP 51 5 56

CLEANTHONY EARLY (6-8 | 210 | SF) Season 2014-15 New York Knicks 2015-16 New York Knicks Career 2 Seasons

110

NBA NBA NBA

GP 39 17 56

GS 7 2 9

% .750 .750 .750

Off 22 4 26


SHOCKERS IN THE NBA RON BAKER (2011-16) Season 2016-17 New York Knicks 2017-18 New York Knicks Career 2nd Season

NBA NBA NBA

GP 52

GS 13

Min Avg 857 16.5

FG 82

FGA % 3FG 217 .378 23

FGA % 86 .267

FT 28

FTA 43

% .651

Off 12

Def 86

Tot 98

Avg 1.9

PF 74

A 107

TO 56

Stl 34

Blk 8

Pts Avg 215 4.1

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82

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86

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28

43

.651

12

86

98

1.9

74

107

56

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Avg 7.9

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FGA % 29 .379

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FTA 22

% .818

Off 4

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111

29

18

22

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38

42

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36

35

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RON BAKER

CLEANTHONY EARLY

FRED VANVLEET

SHOCKERS IN THE NBA/ABA DRAFT Year 1955 1956 1961 1962 1962 1965 1965 1967

RECENT SHOCKERS IN NBA PRESEASON

Player Cleo Littleton Bob Hodgson Ron Heller Gene WIley Lanny Van Eman Dave Stallworth Nate Bowman Jamie Thompson

Rd. Overall Franchise 5 38 Fort Wayne Pistons 11 78 Minneapolis Lakers 7 68 Chicago Packers 2 15 Los Angeles Lakers 6 48 Syracuse Nationals 1 3 New York Knicks 1 7 Cincinnati Royals 7 71 Los Angeles Lakers - Dallas Chaparrals (ABA) 1968 Warren (Armstrong) Jabali 4 44 New York Knicks 3 Oakland Oaks (ABA) 1972 Ron Harris 5 79 Milwaukee Bucks 6 New York Nets (ABA) 1972 Terry Benton 6 84 Detroit Pistons 8 - Kentucky Colonels (ABA) 1974 Bobby Wilson 3 52 Chicago Bulls 3 21 Memphis Tams (ABA) 1976 Robert Gray 5 80 Seattle SuperSonics 1977 Bob Elmore 4 67 New Jersey Nets 1979 Cheese Johnson 3 54 Golden State Warriors 1981 Randy Smithson 8 173 Kansas City Kings 1982 Cliff Levingston 1 9 Atlanta Hawks 1983 Antoine Carr 1 8 Detroit Pistons 1985 Aubrey Sherrod 2 34 Chicago Bulls 1985 Xavier McDaniel 1 4 Seattle SuperSonics 1987 Henry Carr 7 139 Los Angeles Clippers 2014 Cleanthony Early 2 34 New York Knicks Other Ex-Shockers in the Draft 1984 Ozell Jones * 4 1986 Greg Dreiling ** 2 1994 Gaylon Nickerson ^ 2

90 26 34

San Antonio Spurs Indiana Pacers Atlanta Hawks

* - Jones transferred after his sophomore year to Cal State Fullerton ** - Dreiling transferred after his freshman year to Kansas ^ - Nickerson played his freshman season at WSU and was later drafted out of NAIA Northwestern Oklahoma State.

OTHER PRO LEAGUE DRAFTS Year 2000 2006 2010 2012 2014

Player Jason Perez Paul Miller Clevin Hannah Toure' Murry Chadrack Lufile

Rd. 1 5 1 3

Franchise Kansas Cagerz (USBL) Kansas Cagerz (USBL) Rio Grande Valley (D-League) Austin (D-League) Sioux Falls (D-League)

Year Player 2013 Gal Mekel Toure' Murry 2014 Cleanthony Early Gal Mekel Toure' Murry 2015 Cleanthony Early Toure' Murry Nick Wiggins 2016 Ron Baker Cleanthony Early Toure' Murry Fred VanVleet 2017 Ron Baker Fred VanVleet

Exp. R R R 1 1 1 2 R R 2 2 R 1 1

Franchise Dallas Mavericks New York Knicks New York Knicks Dallas Mavericks Utah Jazz New York Knicks Washington Wizards Minnesota Timberwolves New York Knicks New York Knicks Minnesota Timberwolves Toronto Raptors New York Knicks Toronto Raptors

SHOCKERS IN NBA SUMMER LEAGUE Year Player 2008 P.J. Couisnard 2012 Toure' Murry Joe Ragland Garrett Stutz 2013 Gal Mekel Toure' Murry Garrett Stutz 2014 Cleanthony Early Gal Mekel Nick Wiggins 2015 Darius Carter Tekele Cotton Cleanthony Early Toure' Murry Nick Wiggins 2016 Ron Baker Darius Carter Tekele Cotton Cleanthony Early Toure' Murry Fred VanVleet 2017 Cleanthony Early Fred VanVleet

League Orlando Vegas Vegas Orlando Vegas Vegas Orlando Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas Orlando Vegas Vegas Vegas Utah Orlando Vegas Orlando Orlando Vegas Vegas Utah Vegas

Franchise Bulls Lakers Warriors Nets Celtics Mavericks Rockets Knicks Kings Knicks Mavericks Kings Nuggets Thunder Knicks Wizards Timberwolves Jazz Knicks Nuggets Pistons Knicks Timberwolves Raptors Spurs Raptors

TOURE' MURRY

OTHER EX-SHOCKERS IN THE NBA Greg Dreiling * (7-1 | 250 | C) 1986-87 Indiana Pacers 1987-88 Indiana Pacers 1988-89 Indiana Pacers 1989-90 Indiana Pacers 1990-91 Indiana Pacers 1991-92 Indiana Pacers 1992-93 Indiana Pacers 1993-94 Dallas Mavericks 1994-95 Cleveland Cavaliers 1996-97 Dallas Mavericks Totals 10 Seasons

GP-GS Pts Reb 24-0 1.8 1.8 20-0 1.7 0.9 53-4 2.4 1.7 49-0 1.3 1.8 73-42 3.5 3.5 60-23 2.0 1.6 43-0 1.1 1.5 54-19 2.4 3.1 58-3 1.9 2.0 40-3 2.0 1.9 474-94 1,014 1,018

Gaylon Nickerson ** (6-3 | 190 | SG) 1996-97 San Antonio Spurs Washington Bullets Totals 1 Season

GP-GS 4-0 1-0 5-0

Pts 4.3 2.0 19

Reb 1.3 1.0 6

GP-GS Pts Reb Maurice Evans *** (6-5 | 220 | SG/SF) 2001-02 Minnesota Timberwolves 10-0 2.1 0.4 2004-05 Sacramento Kings 65-11 6.4 3.1 2005-06 Detroit Pistons 80-1 5.0 2.0 2006-07 Los Angeles Lakers 76-10 8.4 2.9 2007-08 LA Lakers/Orlando 75-47 8.9 2.9 2008-09 Atlanta Hawks 80-25 7.2 3.0 2009-10 Atlanta Hawks 79-5 5.7 1.9 2010-11 Atlanta/Washington 73-24 4.5 1.8 2011-12 Washington Wizards 24-0 4.9 1.0 Totals 9 Seasons 562-123 3,747 1,384 * - Played freshman season at WSU (1981-82) ** - Played freshman season at WSU (1989-90) *** - Played freshman and sophomore seasons at WSU (1997-99).

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GOING GLOBAL SHOCKERS ON U.S.A. BASKETBALL ROSTERS The following is a list of former Shockers who have -- at some point in their careers -- represented the United States in an Olympic Festival or major international competition. Names on this list were gathered from U.S.A. Basketball's all-time roster. If you know of any additional players who should be included on this list, please contact WSU Media Relations. A # before year indicates that player/coach was active at WSU or was an incoming freshman or transfer at the time of the competition. FRANCIS JOHNSON 1936 Olympic Games Berlin, Germany 5-0, Gold JACK RAGLAND 1936 Olympic Games Berlin, Germany 5-0, Gold JAMIE ARNOLD #1994 U.S. Olympic Festival (North Team) St. Louis, Mo.

1-3, 4th

RON BAKER #2015 Pan American Games Toronto, Canada 3-2, Bronze ANTOINE CARR #1979 U.S. Olympic Festival (Midwest Team) Colorado Springs 0-4, 4th #1982 World's Fair Tournament^ Knoxville, Tenn. 2-1, Silver FIBA World Championships*** Colombia 7-2, Silver GREG DREILING* #1981 U.S. Olympic Festival (Midwest Team) Syracuse, N.Y. 1-3, Bronze #1982 U.S. Olympic Festival (North Team) Indianapolis, Ind. 1985 World University Games Kobe, Japan Silver CONNER FRANKAMP 2010 Developmental Mini Camp Colorado Springs 2011 Developmental Mini Camp Colorado Springs U16 FIBA Americas Mexico 5-0, Gold 2012 Developmental Mini Camp Colorado Springs U17 FIBA World Championships Lithuania 8-0, Gold XAVIER McDANIEL #1984 U.S. Olympic Team Tryout Bloomington, Ill. AUBREY SHERROD #1982 Seoul Invitational South Korea 7-0, Gold R. William Jones Cup Taipei, Taiwan ** 8-0, Gold #1983 U.S. Select Team Tour S. Korea/Malaysia 12-0, N/A #1984 U.S. Olympic Team Tryout Bloomington, Ill. FRED VANVLEET #2015 Pan American Games Tryout Colorado Springs, Colo. ROBERT WILSON #1972 U.S. Olympic Team Tryout Colorado Springs, Colo. * - Dreiling played the 1981-82 season at WSU before transferring to Kansas. ** - Sherrod scored a team-high 27 points in the Gold Medal game to lead the U.S. to a 79-62 rout of Canada. ^ - Warmup for FIBA Worlds *** - Carr ranked third on the team at 14.3 points over eight games.

NATIONAL TEAM COACHES w/ WSU TIES # - Indicates coach was active at WSU at the time of the competition TAD BOYLE (USA, Assistant Coach) 2015 Pan American Games Toronto, Canada 3-2, Bronze WSU assistant from 2000-06 GENE JOHNSON (USA, Co-Head Coach) 1936 Olympic Games Berlin, Germany 5-0, Gold WSU head coach from 1928-33 DOMINIC OKON (Nigeria, Assistant Coach) #2012 Olympic Games London, England 1-4, 10th WSU Director of Basketball Operations, 2007-Present

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SHOCKERS ON FOREIGN NATIONAL TEAMS

INTERNATIONAL SHOCKERS

Shockers who have -- at some point in their careers -- participated in major international competition as a member of a foreign country's junior or senior national team. If you know of any additional players who should be included on this list, please contact WSU Media Relations. A # before year indicates that player/coach was active at WSU or was an incoming freshman or transfer at the time of the competition. JAMIE ARNOLD (Israel) 2007 EuroBasket (Qualifying) Spain CALVIN BRUTON (Australia) 1986 FIBA World Championships Spain

2-4, 12th 2-3, T-12th

RAMON CLEMENTE (Puerto Rico) 2013 Marchand Continental Cup Puerto Rico 4-0, Gold FIBA Americas Venezuela 10-3, Silver 2014 FIBA CentroBasket Mexico Silver FIBA World Cup Spain 1-4 2015 Pan American Games Toronto, Canada 1-3, 6th Marchand Continental Cup Puerto Rico 2-1, Silver FIBA Americas Brazil 4-7, 5th 2016 FIBA World Olympic Qualifier Serbia 2-2, 2nd KADEEM COLEBY (Bahrain) 2006 U18 FIBA Americas San Antonio, Texas 0-4, 7th #2012 CentroBasket Championships Puerto Rico 2-2, 5th #2014 CBC Championships British Virgin Islands 4-1, Gold CentroBasket Mexico 1-3, 7th 2015 CBC Championships British Virgin Islands 5-1, Silver ZARKO DURISIC (Yugoslavia 1977-80, Slovenia 1992-97) 1977 U16 European Championships France 1979 U18 FIBA World Championships Brazil 1980 U18 European Championships Yugoslavia 1992 European Olympic Qualifying Slovenia 1993 European Championships Germany 1995 European Championships Greece 1997 European Championships Spain CLEVIN HANNAH (Senegal) 2016 FIBA Olympic Qualifier Philippines

5-2, Silver 5-3, 4th 6-1, Silver 7-4, 5th 1-2, 14th 2-4, T-9th 1-4, 14th 0-2

GAL MEKEL (Israel) 2004 U16 European Championships Greece 4-4, 11th #2006 U18 European Championships Greece 4-4, 11th #2007 U20 European Championships Slovenia 5-3, 6th 2008 U20 European Championships Latvia 2-6, 10th 2009 EuroBasket Poland 3-6, T-13th 2011 EuroBasket Luthuania 7-6, T-13th 2013 EuroBasket Slovenia 7-8, 23rd 2015 EuroBasket Germany 7-5, 10th RAUNO NURGER (Estonia) 2011 U18 European-B Championships Bulgaria 4-4, 5th 2012 U20 European-A Championships Slovenia 2-7, T-15th 2013 U20 European-A Championships Bulgaria 3-6, 19th ZORAN RADOVIC (Yugoslavia) 1979 U18 FIBA World Championships Brazil 5-3, 4th 1982 FIBA World Championships Colombia 7-2, Bronze 1985 European Championships Germany 5-3, 7th 1986 FIBA World Championships Spain 8-2, Bronze 1987 European Championships Greece 5-3, Bronze 1988 European Olympic Qualifying The Netherlands 8-1, 2nd 1989 European Championships Yugoslavia 5-0, Gold SASHA RADUNOVIC (Yugoslavia) 1981 U16 European Championships Greece 1983 U18 FIBA World Championships Spain

4-3, 5th 3-6, 8th

BOB TROGELE as "Ulrich Peters" (West Germany) 1983 European Championships France 1984 Olympic Qualifying France Olympics Los Angeles 1985 European Championships Germany

3-4, 8th 5-4, 4th 2-6, 8th 5-3, 5th

Player Years at WSU Birthplace/Hometown BAHAMAS Kadeem Coleby................. 2013-14............ Nassau BELGIUM Duke Tshomba................... 2000-02............ Brussels CANADA Brett Burley....................... 2007-08............ Victoria, BC Chadrack Lufile.................. 2012-14............ Burlington, Ontario Nick Wiggins..................... 2012-14............ Toronto, Ontario DENMARK Asbjorn Midtgaard............ 2017-Pr............. Helsingor ESTONIA Rauno Nurger.................... 2014-Pr............. Keila GERMANY Aaron Ellis^...................... 2007-11............ Landstahl Bob Trogele....................... 1975-79............ Augsburg ISRAEL Gal Mekel.......................... 2006-08............ Petah Tikva KENYA Tom "Bush" Wamukota..... 2014-16............ Bungoma LITHUANIA Mantas Griskenas.............. 2007-09............ Rokiskis THE NETHERLANDS Mahrnord Martina............ 1998-00............ Sittard Bart Westgeest.................. 1998-99............ Wassenaar NIGERIA Ehimen Orukpe................. 2010-13............ Lagos SERBIA Zoran Radovic................... 1980-81............ Belgrade* SLOVENIA Zarko Durisic..................... 1980-84............ Podgorica** Sasha Radunovic............... 1985-89............ Podgorica** * -- Belgrade is a part of the former Yugoslavia ** -- Podgorica (known as Titograd from 1946-92) is part of the former Yugoslavia. ^ - Born to a U.S. military family while stationed in Germany, Ellis maintained dual citizenship.


NATIONAL HONORS SHOCKER ALL-AMERICANS

2013-14 Gregg Marshall 2015-16 Gregg Marshall

1927 1st- Helms Foundation

ROSS McBURNEY 1954 3rd - Helms Foundation 1955 2nd - Helms Foundation 3rd - NABC, Dell Magazine, Look Magazine

Consensus All-Americans 1926-27 Ross McBurney 1963-64 Dave Stallworth 1964-65 Dave Stallworth 1984-85 Xavier McDaniel 2013-14 Cleanthony Early

1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd

Consensus National Coach of the Year 2013-14 Gregg Marshall

CLEO LITTLETON

DAVE STALLWORTH

1963 1st - Converse Yearbook 1964 * 1st - AP, NABC, USBWA, UPI, Converse, NEA 2nd - TSN 1965 ** 1st - USBWA, TSN, Converse, NEA 2nd - AP, NABC, UPI 1982 3rd - BB Times, BB Weekly HM - Associated Press

CLIFF LEVINGSTON 1982 2nd - Basketball Times HM - Associated Press 1983 1st - The Sporting News 3rd - Associated Press

ANTOINE CARR 1984 3rd - Basketball Times 1985 * 1st - AP, USBWA, BB Weekly, BB Times, Wooden 2nd - UPI, BB Weekly 3rd - NABC

USBWA All-Americans 1963-64 Dave Stallworth 1964-65 Dave Stallworth 1984-85 Xavier McDaniel 2013-14 Cleanthony Early

1st 1st 1st 2nd

Henry Iba Award (USBWA Coach of the Year) 2013-14 Gregg Marshall USBWA All-District 2005-06 Paul Miller 2011-12 Joe Ragland Garrett Stutz 2013-14 Cleanthony Early Fred VanVkeet 2014-15 Ron Baker Fred VanVleet 2015-16 Ron Baker Fred VanVleet District VI Coach of the Year 2013-14 Gregg Marshall U.S. Basketball Writers Association Al-District data unavailable prior to the 2003-04 season... District VI is made up of schools from Iowa, Mo., Kan.,Okla.,Neb.,N.D., S.D.

XAVIER McDANIEL 2014 ** 2nd - NABC, USBWA 3rd - Associated Press

CLEANTHONY EARLY

FRED VANVLEET

2014 3rd - NABC,TSN HM - AP 2015 3rd - CBSSports.com HM - AP 2016 HM - Associated Press 2015 2nd - USA Today HM - AP

Associated Press All-Americans 1963-64 Dave Stallworth 1st 1964-65 Dave Stallworth 2nd 1978-79 Cheese Johnson HM 1981-82 Antoine Carr HM Cliff Levingston HM 1982-83 Antoine Carr 3rd 1984-85 Xavier McDaniel 1st 2005-06 Paul Miller HM 2013-14 Cleanthony Early 3rd Fred VanVleet HM 2014-15 Ron Baker HM Fred VanVleet HM 2015-16 Fred VanVleet HM AP National Coach of the Year 2013-14 Gregg Marshall

RON BAKER

NABC All-Americans 1963-64 Dave Stallworth 1964-65 Dave Stallworth 1984-85 Xavier McDaniel 2013-14 Cleanthony Early Fred VanVleet

1st 2nd 3rd 2nd 3rd

NABC National Coach of the Year 2013-14 Gregg Marshall NABC All-Star Game 1964 Dave Stallworth 1965 Dave Stallworth 1967 Jamie Thompson 2012 Garrett Stutz 2016 Ron Baker Fred VanVleet

East West West

NABC All-District 1949-50 John Friedersdorf 1952-53 Cleo Littleton 1953-54 Cleo Littleton Paul Sheer 1954-55 Cleo Littleton Jim McNerney 1955-56 Bob Hodgson 1956-57 Joe Stevens 1960-61 Ron Heller Gene Wiley 1961-62 Gene Wiley Lanny Van Eman 1962-63 Dave Stallworth 1963-64 Dave Stallworth 1964-65 Dave Stallworth Kelly Pete 1965-66 Kelly Pete Jamie Thompson 1966-67 Jamie Thompson 1971-72 Ron Harris 1974-75 Robert Elmore 1975-76 Robert Elmore 1976-77 Robert Elmore 1977-78 Cheese Johnson 1978-79 Cheese Johnson 1979-80 Antoine Carr 1980-81 Cliff Levingston Antoine Carr 1983-84 Xavier McDaniel 1984-85 Xavier McDaniel 2009-10 Clevin Hannah 2010-11 J.T. Durley Toureâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Murry 2011-12 Garrett Stutz Joe Ragland 2012-13 Carl Hall Cleanthony Early 2013-14 Ron Baker Cleanthony Early Fred VanVleet 2014-15 Ron Baker Fred VanVleet Tekele Cotton 2015-16 Ron Baker Fred VanVleet 2016-17 Markis McDuffie Landry Shamet

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd HM 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd

District 16 Coach of the Year 2011-12 Gregg Marshall 2012-13 Gregg Marshall

District 16 District 16

District 16 District 16

NABC = National Association of Basketball Coaches... From 1950-2008, District were geographically-based. but were realigned in 2008-09 by conference affiliations. District 16 consists of the 10 MVC schools.

NABC Golden Anniversary Award (Presented annually to a NABC member who has devoted at least 50 years to basketball) 1997 Ralph Miller

Sporting News All-Americans 1963-64 Dave Stallworth 1964-65 Dave Stallworth 1982-83 Antoine Carr Aubrey Sherrod 2013-14 Fred VanVleet

2nd 1st 1st HM 3rd

National Coach of the Year 2013-14 Gregg Marshall

Bob Cousy Award (PG of the Year, est. 2000) 2013-14 Fred VanVleet Finalist 2014-15 Fred VanVleet Finalist Jerry West Award (SG of the Year, est. 2015) 2014-15 Ron Baker

Finalist

OTHERS Naismith College Coach of the Year Presented by: Atlanta Tipoff Club 2013-14 Gregg Marshall Naismith College Coach of the Year Presented by: Commonwealth Athletic Club of Kentucky 2013-14 Gregg Marshall Lefty Driesel Defensive All-Americans CollegeInsiders.com, est. 2010 2013-14 Tekele Cotton 2014-15 Tekele Cotton Lute Olson All-Americans CollegeInsiders.com,Players w/ 2+ years at current school 2013-14 Ron Baker Cleanthony Early 2014-15 Ron Baker Fred VanVleet Senior CLASS Award All-American 2015-16 Fred VanVleet 2nd Team Wooden Award All-Americans (est. 1977) 1984-85 Xavier McDaniel 2013-14 Cleanthony Early 2014-15 Ron Baker 2nd Team College Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships 2012 David Kyles Dunk Contest 2014 Cleanthony Early Dunk Contest 2015 Tekele Cotton Dunk Contest

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VALLEY ERA HONORS

4-Time All-MVC Just two Shockers (Antoine Carr & Cleo Littleton) have earned all-conference honors in all four seasons. Littleton is the only four-time first teamer in MVC history. *Cleo Littleton 1952 (1st), ‘53 (1st), ‘54 (1st), ‘55 (1st) Antoine Carr 1980 (2nd), ‘81 (2nd), ‘82 (1st), ‘83 (1st) 3-Time All-MVC *Ron Baker...................2014 (1st), 2015 (1st), 2016 (1st) *Fred VanVleet.............2014 (1st), 2015 (1st), 2016 (1st) Jamar Howard.............2003 (1st), 2004 (1st), 2005 (2nd) *Xavier McDaniel.........1983 (1st), 1984 (1st), 1985 (1st) Aubrey Sherrod......... 1983 (2nd), 1984 (2nd), 1985 (2nd) Cliff Levington.............1980 (2nd), 1981 (1st), 1982 (1st) Cheese Johnson...........1977 (1st), 1978 (2nd), 1979 (1st) *Robert Elmore............1975 (1st), 1976 (1st), 1977 (1st) *Warren Armstrong....1966 (1st), 1967 (1st), 1968 (1st) *Dave Stallworth.........1963 (1st), 1964 (1st), 1965 (1st) Joe Stevens................1956 (2nd), 1957 (1st), 1958 (2nd) * 7 Shockers have made 1st Team in 3+ seasons

FRED VANVLEET (Left) accepts the 2016 Larry Bird MVC Player of the Year trophy from commissioner Doug Elgin (Right). VanVleet and Xavier McDaniel are the only two-time conference players of the year in Shocker history.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 2005-06 2013-14 2015-16

Antoine Carr Xavier McDaniel Xavier McDaniel Paul Miller Fred VanVleet Fred VanVleet

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

COACH OF THE YEAR 1953-54 1964-65 1986-87 2005-06 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14

Ralph Miller Gary Thompson Eddie Fogler Mark Turgeon Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall

Joe Griffin Jason Perez Randy Burns Markis McDuffie Landry Shamet

Season 1945-46 1946-47 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1986-87 1996-97 2001-02 2015-16 2016-17

ALL-CONFERENCE

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr.

1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 1974-75 1975-76 2002-03 2011-12 2012-13

Robert Elmore Cheese Johnson Aaron Hogg Carl Hall Cleanthony Early

So. Fr. Jr.-TR Jr.-TR Jr.-TR

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1988-89 2002-03 2013-14 2014-15

Dwayne Praylow Jamar Howard Tekele Cotton Tekele Cotton

Sr. So. Jr. Sr.

SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR 2002-03 Aaron Hogg 2010-11 Ben Smith

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Jr.-TR Jr.-TR

1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72

Years Harold Beal Harold Beal Rex McMurry John Friedersdorf Rex McMurry Don Toevs John Friedersdorf Cot Friesen Jimmy Nutter Cleo Littleton Cleo Littleton Cleo Littleton Paul Scheer Cleo Littleton Bob Hodgson Joe Stevens Joe Stevens Joe Stevens Al Tate Ron Heller Ron Heller Lanny Van Eman Gene Wiley Gene Wiley Dave Stallworth Dave Stallworth Nate Bowman Dave Leach Kelly Pete Dave Stallworth Warren Armstrong Jamie Thompson Warren Armstrong Jamie Thompson Warren Armstrong Greg Carney Greg Carney Terry Benton Terry Benton

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

Team 2nd 2nd 2nd HM HM HM 2nd HM HM 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

1972-73 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2001-02

Rich Morsden Bob Wilson Robert Elmore Robert Elmore Cal Bruton Robert Gray Robert Elmore Cheese Johnson Charlie Brent Cheese Johnson Cheese Johnson Antoine Carr Cliff Levington Cliff Levington Antoine Carr Antoine Carr Cliff Levington Antoine Carr Xavier McDaniel Aubrey Sherrod Xavier McDaniel Aubrey Sherrod Xavier McDaniel Aubrey Sherrod Henry Carr Sasha Radunovich Lew Hill Steve Grayer Dwight Praylow John Cooper Paul Guffrovich Ryan Herrs LD Swanson Larris Callis Jason Perez Jason Perez Maurice Evans Jason Perez Randy Burns

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

1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd HM HM 2nd HM 2nd 2nd 1st HM

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14

2014-15

2015-16 2016-17

Terrell Benton Jamar Howard Randy Burns Aaron Hogg Jamar Howard Randy Burns Fridge Holman Jamar Howard Randy Burns Paul Miller Paul Miller PJ Couisnard Kyle Wilson PJ Couisnard Kyle Wilson Clevin Hannah Toure Murry JT Durley Toure Murry Garrett Stutz Joe Ragland Toure Murry Cleanthony Early Carl Hall Malcolm Armstead Ron Baker Cleanthony Early Fred VanVleet Tekele Cotton Ron Baker Fred VanVleet Tekele Cotton Darius Carter Ron Baker Fred VanVleet Markis McDuffie Landry Shamet Conner Frankamp Shaquille Morris

Sr So So Sr Jr Jr Sr Sr Sr Jr Sr So Jr Jr Sr Sr So Sr Jr Sr Sr Sr Jr Sr Sr So Sr So Jr Jr Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr So R-Fr Jr Jr

HM 1st HM HM 1st 2nd HM 2nd 2nd HM 1st HM HM HM HM 1st HM 1st 2nd 1st 1st HM 1st 2nd HM 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd HM 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 3rd


VALLEY ERA HONORS ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM (est. 1986) 2001-02 Randy Burns Jamar Howard 2002-03 Paul Miller 2004-05 Sean Ogirri 2007-08 J.T. Durley 2008-09 Toure' Murry 2014-15 Shaquille Morris 2015-16 Markis McDuffie 2016-17 Landry Shamet

Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr.

ALL-NEWCOMER TEAM (est. 1986) 1986-87 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1996-97 1997-98 2002-03 2004-05 2005-06 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2015-16 2016-17

Joe Griffin Gaylon Nickerson Robert George John Smith Chad Elstun Jamie Arnold Jason Perez Terry Hankton Maurice Evans Aaron Hogg Kyle Wilson Karon Bradley Ramon Clemente Clevin Hannah Toure' Murry Gabe Blair Carl Hall Cleanthony Early Malcolm Armstead Darius Carter Anton Grady Markis McDuffie Landry Shamet Darral Willis Jr.

Fr. Fr. Jr.-TR Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr.-TR Fr. Jr.-TR So.-TR Jr.-TR Jr.-TR Jr.-TR Fr. Jr.-TR Jr.-TR Jr.-TR Sr.-TR Jr.-TR Sr.-TR Fr. R-Fr. Jr.-TR

MOST IMPROVED TEAM 1994-95 LD Swanson Terrance Flowers 1999-00 Terrell Benton 2001-02 Troy Mack 2003-04 Rob Kampman 2009-10 Graham Hatch Garrett Stutz

(est. 1995)

2010-11 David Kyles 2011-12 Joe Ragland Garrett Stutz 2013-14 Fred VanVleet (Capt.) 2014-15 Darius Carter Evan Wessel 2016-17 Conner Frankamp

ALL-BENCH TEAM 1999-00 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2009-10 2010-11 2012-13 2013-14 2015-16 2016-17

Terrell Benton Aaron Hogg (Captain) Aaron Hogg Kyle Wilson (Captain) Ryan Martin Gabe Blair & Garrett Stutz Ben Smith (Captain) & Garrett Stutz Nick Wiggins Darius Carter Anton Grady (Captain) & Markis McDuffie Rashard Kelly & Rauno Nurger

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM (est. 1989) 1988-89 1989-90 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2009-10 2011-12 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

Dwayne Praylow John Cooper Larry Callis Terry Hankton Terry Hankton Jamar Howard Jamar Howard Jamar Howard Jamar Howard PJ Couisnard PJ Couisnard PJ Couisnard Toure Murry Toure Murry & Ben Smith Tekele Cotton & Fred VanVleet Tekele Cotton & Fred VanVleet Ron Baker & Fred VanVleet Zach Brown

2013 MVC Newcomer of the Year, CLEANTHONY EARLY was named Newcomer of the Week six times during his junior season after transferring in from Sullivan County JC.

NEWCOMER OF WEEK (est. 2003-04) 2004-05 Kyle Wilson 2005-06 Karon Bradley 2006-07 Phil Thomasson Ramon Clemente 2008-09 Clevin Hannah Clevin Hannah Toure Murry Toure Murry 2011-12 Carl Hall 2012-13 Cleanthony Early Cleanthony Early Cleanthony Early Cleanthony Early Cleanthony Early Malcolm Armstead Malcolm Armstead Cleanthony Early 2013-14 Darius Carter Darius Carter 2015-16 Anton Grady 2016-17 Landry Shamet Landry Shamet

J-3 J-16 D-4 N-26 D-1 D-8 J-26 F-4 D-5 N-19 N-26 D-31 J-7 J-14 J-21 F-18 F-25 F-10 F-24 F-29 J-8 F-26

PLAYER OF THE WEEK

WSUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s only four-time All-Defensive Team selection and the 2003 MVC Defensive Player of the Year, JAMAR HOWARD.

1974-75 Cal Bruton 1975-76 Cheese Johnson 1976-77 Robert Elmore Charles Brent 1978-79 Cheese Johnson 1983-84 Xavier McDaniel Xavier McDaniel 1984-85 Xavier McDaniel Xavier McDaniel Xavier McDaniel; Aubrey Sherrod 1985-86 Gus Santos Gus Santos 1986-87 Henry Carr

F-5 F-4 D-22 J-26 J-17 J-16 F-13 J-14 J-28 F-25 M-4 F-10 F-24 D-15

1987-88 Steve Grayer 1988-89 Dwight Praylow Dwayne Praylow Steve Grayer 1990-91 John Cooper Paul Guffrovich 1992-93 Chad Elstun 1996-97 Jason Perez 1998-99 Jason Perez 1999-00 Jason Perez Jason Perez 2001-02 Terrell Benton 2002-03 Aaron Hogg 2003-04 Rob Kampman 2004-05 Kyle Wilson Jamar Howard 2005-06 Paul Miller 2009-10 Clevin Hannah 2011-12 Joe Ragland Garrett Stutz Joe Ragland 2012-13 Carl Hall 2013-14 Ron Baker Cleanthony Early Fred VanVleet Cleanthony Early Ron Baker 2014-15 Ron Baker Darius Carter Ron Baker Fred VanVleet Ron Baker 2015-16 Fred VanVleet Fred VanVleet Fred VanVleet 2016-17 Shaquille Morris Conner Frankamp Landry Shamet

J-18 D-19 D-19 J-9 D-10 J-14 J-4 D-30 J-4 F-7 F-21 J-14 F-24 F-24 J-3 J-31 F-6 D-21 D-5 F-6 F-13 D-3 D-2 D-23 J-6 J-27 F-17 N-24 D-15 J-5 F-16 F-23 D-14 J-11 F-1 J-23 F-6 F-26

* - Data from 1980-83 unavailable

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ACADEMIC HONORS ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

Jamie Thompson 1967 1st Team Academic All-American

Ron Mendell 1969 1st Team Academic All-American, NCAA Post-Graduate Scholar

Paul Guffrovich 1991 NCAA Post-Graduate Scholar

Graham Hatch 2010 3rd Team Academic All-American

ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 1988-89........ Paul Guffrovich 1989-90........ Paul Guffrovich 1990-91........ Paul Guffrovich 1991-92........ K.C. Hunt 1996-97........ Darin Miller 2009-10........ Graham Hatch 2010-11........ Graham Hatch

POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARS 1988-89........ Paul Guffrovich 1989-90........ Paul Guffrovich 1990-91........ Paul Guffrovich 1991-92........ K.C. Hunt 1996-97........ Darin Miller 2009-10........ Graham Hatch 2010-11........ Graham Hatch

WICHITA STATE ATHLETIC DIRECTORâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S HONOR ROLL (3.0+ SEMESTER GPA)

Paul Guffrovich 8x A.D. Honor Roll, 1987-91

Darin Miller 8x A.D. Honor Roll, 1993-97

Fall 1984 Spring 1990 Jeff Perkins Darin Dugger Rodney Washington Paul Guffrovich Kevin Clark Fall 1986 Claudius Johnson Gary Cundiff John Felter Spring 1987 Lew Hill Fall 1987 John Cooper John Felter Paul Guffrovich Dwayne Praylow Spring 1988 John Felter Paul Guffrovich Tom Kosich Fall 1988 Darin Dugger John Felter Paul Guffrovich Lance Kroll Sasha Radunovich Spring 1989 John Cooper Darin Dugger John Felter Paul Guffrovich Fall 1989 Darin Dugger Kevin Clark Paul Guffrovich John Cooper John Felter

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Fall 1990 Chris Potter Paul Guffrovich Phil Mendelson K.C. Hunt John Cooper Patrice Scott Spring 1991 Chris Potter Paul Guffrovich K.C. Hunt Patrice Scott Aaron Davis Robert George Michael Wiggins Fall 1991 Claudius Johnson Spring 1992 Kamau Alexander Claudius Johnson Jarrett Sanders Fall 1992 K.C. Hunt Spring 1993 Larry Callis Claudius Johnson Ross Peacock

Fall 1993 Jamie Arnold Darin Miller Spring 1994 Darin Miller Chad Bohling Larry Callis Fall 1994 Darin Miller Spring 1995 Darin Miller Melvin McKey Fall 1995 Greg Bryant Larry Callis Jon Kleidon Darin Miller Spring 1996 Terrance Flowers Ryan Herrs Jon Kleidon Darin Miller Jon Kleidon Fall 1996 Dwayne Anthony Jamie Arnold Darin Miller Jason Perez Ty Rhodes

Matt Clark 8x A.D. Honor Roll, 2000-04 Spring 1997 Dwayne Anthony Darin Miller Ty Rhodes Darrin Williams Fall 1997 Maurice Evans Chris Grill Kevin Gwantney Spring 1998 Maurice Evans Chris Grill Kevin Gwantney Ty Rhodes Kurt Flowers Fall 1998 Maurice Evans Chris Grill Kevin Gwaltney Spring 1999 Maurice Evans Jason Perez Reggie Smithson Craig Steven Darrin Williams Juston White Fall 1999 Joshua Drumgole Michael Phillips Spring 2000 Troy Mack Michael Phillips

Cameron Ledford 8x A.D. Honor Roll, 2002-06

Fall 2000 Matt Clark Willie Davis Spring 2001 Matt Clark Josh Drumgole Duke Tshomba Fall 2001 Brett Begnoche Bret Wise Jamar Howard Duke Tshomba Matt Clark Craig Steven Rob Kampman Paul Miller

Spring 2003 Cameron Ledford Andy Wachter Matt Clark Paul Miller Randy Burns Zack Simmons Bret Wise Rob Kampman Craig Steven Fall 2003 Zack Simmons Zach Green Cameron Ledford Bret Wise Matt Clark Rob Kampman

Spring 2002 Bret Wise Brett Begnoche Matt Clark Rob Kampman Paul Miller Duke Tshomba Craig Steven

Spring 2004 Zach Green Cameron Ledford Bret Wise Zack Simmons Matt Clark Rob Kampman Paul Miller

Fall 2002 Craig Steven Cameron Ledford Andy Wachter Randy Burns Matt Clark Jamar Howard Rob Kampman Paul Miller

Fall 2004 Zach Green Cameron Ledford Matt Braeuer Spring 2005 Cameron Ledford Zach Green Matt Braeuer

Fall 2005 Cameron Ledford Phillip Thomasson Paul Miller Karon Bradley Spring 2006 Cameron Ledford Phillip Thomasson Paul Miller Matt Braeuer Ryan Bradley Ryan Martin Fall 2006 Matt Braeuer Derek Brown David King Wendell Preadom Phillip Thomasson Spring 2007 Ryan Bradley Matt Braeuer Derek Brown Ryan Martin Phillip Thomasson Spring 2008 Matt Braeuer JT Durley Mantas Griskenas Graham Hatch Bret Michael

Spring 2009 Gabe Blair Reggie Britton Jonathan Durley Graham Hatch Garrett Stutz Fall 2009 JT Durley Clevin Hannah Graham Hatch Garrett Stutz Spring 2010 JT Durley Clevin Hannah Graham Hatch Garrett Stutz Fall 2010 Gabe Blair Derek Brown Graham Hatch Toure Murry Ehimen Orukpe Benjamin Smith Garrett Stutz Randall Vautravers Josh Walker Spring 2011 JT Durley Graham Hatch Ehimen Orukpe Garrett Stutz Fall 2011 Ehimen Orukpe Evan Wessel

Spring 2012 Ron Baker Ehimen Orukpe Evan Wessel Fall 2012 Zach Bush Kadeem Coleby Fred VanVleet Evan Wessel Spring 2013 Kadeem Coleby Ehimen Orukpe Evan Wessel Demetric Williams

Fall 2015 Anton Grady Ron Baker Brett Barney Zachary Bush Eric Hamilton Rauno Nurger Tyrone Taylor Evan Wessel Spring 2016 Brett Barney Fall 2016 Brett Barney Zach Bush Rashard Kelly Markis McDuffie Daishon Smith

Fall 2013 Ron Baker Kadeem Coleby John Robert Simon Spring 2017 Brett Barney Zach Bush Spring 2014 Kaelen Malone Ron Baker Rauno Nurger Zach Bush Tekele Cotton John Robert Simon Fred VanVleet Evan Wessel Fall 2014 Zach Bush Rauno Nurger Evan Wessel Spring 2015 Zach Bush Corey Henderson Evan Wessel


POSTSEASON BANQUET HONORS Wichita Eagle

Shafer Dart

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

WSU basketball’s oldest annual honor dates back to 1959 and has been awarded to a long list of Shockers greats. Recent winners include Cleanthony Early (2014), Malcom Armstead (2013), Joe Ragland (2012) and J.T. Durley (2011). In 2015 and again in 2016, Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet became the first co-winners of the award since the legendary “Bookends” Cliff Levingston and Antoine Carr (1980). Like Levingston and Carr, the duo of Baker and VanVleet went on to play in the NBA. 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Al Tate Ron Heller Lanny Van Eman Gene Wiley Dave Stallworth Dave Stallworth Kelly Pete Warren Armstrong Jamie Thompson Warren Armstrong Ron Mendell & Greg Carney Greg Carney Terry Benton Ron Harris & Terry Benton Vince Smith Rich Morsden & Bob Wilson Robert Elmore Cal Bruton Robert Elmore Cheese Johnson Cheese Johnson Cliff Levingston & Antoine Carr Cliff Levingston Antoine Carr Antoine Carr Xavier McDaniel Xavier McDaniel Gus Santos Henry Carr Lew Hill Steve Grayer John Cooper Paul Guffrovich Robert George Jimmy Bolden Jamie Arnold L.D. Swanson Larry Callis Jason Perez Jason Perez Jason Perez Jason Perez CC McFall Troy Mack Jamar Howard Jamar Howard Randy Burns Paul Miller PJ Couisnard PJ Couisnard Toure Murry Clevin Hannah J.T. Durley Joe Ragland Malcolm Armstead Cleanthony Early Ron Baker & Fred VanVleet Ron Baker & Fred VanVleet Landry Shamet

Known from 1964-87 as the Union National Bank Most Improved Player, the award was renamed in honor of 13-year-old Shafer Dart, son of Mike & Sammie Dart, who died July 29, 1987, in Colorado. It recognizes the Shocker who most reflects Dart’s charisma. Born June 13, 1974 in Wichita, he played football, basketball and tennis at Wichita Collegiate School and dreamed of playing basketball for the Shockers. Prior to his death, Shafer had spent time with mentally and physically disabled people, worked as a Special Olympics volunteer, and was a ball-boy at WSU basketball games. 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Dave Stallworth Dave Leach Jamie Thompson Jamie Thompson Ron Mendell Dave Skinner Dave Dahl Dave Dahl Ron Harris Cal Bruton Bill Lang Floyd Holmes Doug Yoder Cheese Johnson Lawrence Howell Steve Kalocinski Randy Smithson Randy Smithson Jay Jackson, Tony Martin James Gibbs Karl Papke Aubrey Sherrod Sasha Radunovich Gary Cundiff Cedric Coleman Ricky Bell John Cooper Rick Conn K.C. Hunt Larry Callis Larry Callis L.D. Swanson Larry Callis Jason Perez Chris Grill Craig Steven Michael Phillips OJ Robinson Duke Tshomba Craig Steven Matt Clark Nick Rogers Cameron Ledford Karon Bradley Matt Braeuer Ramon Clemente Graham Hatch Ben Smith Carl Hall Cleanthony Early Ron Baker Ron Baker Evan Wessel John Robert Simon

Shelley Cox / KAKE-TV

Shocker Radio

MOST INSPIRATIONAL

ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP AWARD

OUTSTANDING DEFENSIVE PLAYER Defense has long been a cornerstone of great Shocker teams. Given annually since 1988, this award recognizes players who excel at point prevention through superior effort and execution.

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Dwayne Praylow Dwayne Praylow John Cooper Robert George Robert George Jimmy Bolden L.D. Swanson Terrance Flowers Larry Callis Terry Hankton Terry Hankton Jason Perez Jason Perez Michael Phillips Jamar Howard Jamar Howard Jamar Howard Jamar Howard Karon Bradley PJ Couisnard PJ Couisnard Graham Hatch Toure' Murry Toure' Murry Ben Smith Tekele Cotton Tekele Cotton Tekele Cotton Ron Baker Zach Brown

Shelly Cox, an executive with KAKE-TV in Wichita, KS, died tragically at a young age in the 1980’s. Shelly was a huge fan of Shocker Basketball, and Channel 10 has dedicated this award in her honor since 1989. Since Wichita State Men’s Basketball continues to excel in the classroom, the KAKE-TV Shelly Cox Academic Leadership Award recognizes the student-athlete who shines in the classroom. 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Paul Guffrovich Paul Guffrovich Paul Guffrovich K.C. Hunt & Claudius Johnson K.C. Hunt Darin Miller Darin Miller Darin Miller Darin Miller Ty Rhodes James Bunch Carl Lemons & Darrin Williams Matt Clark Bret Wise Bret Wise Bret Wise Rob Kampman Cameron Ledford Matt Braeuer Phillip Thomasson Ramon Clemente J.T. Durley Graham Hatch Garrett Stutz Demetric Williams Fred VanVleet Fred VanVleet Evan Wessel Zach Bush

Ralph Miller

CAPTAINS AWARD

Miller's famous zone pressure defense generated 674 wins at Wichita University (1951-64), Iowa (1964-70), and Oregon State (1970-89). An all-around athlete at Chanute High and the University of Kansas and a state championship winning coach at Wichita's East High, Miller went 220-133 in 13 seasons at WU and led the program to its first NCAA Tournament in 1964. He retired as the sixth-winningest coach in NCAA history. A two-time national coach of the year (1981 & 82), Miller took nine teams to NCAA tournaments and five to the NIT. He's a member of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame (1988) and the College Basketball HOF (2006).

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Michael Phillips, OJ Robinson CC McFall, Terrell Benton Craig Steven, Rob Kampman Randy Burns, Matt Clark Randy Burns, Matt Clark Jamar Howard, Rob Kampman, Randy Burns Paul Miller, Cameron Ledford, Nick Rogers Karon Bradley, Ryan Martin, Kyle Wilson Matt Brauer, PJ Couisnard Phillip Thomasson, Lance Harris Ramon Clemente, Mantas Griskenas Clevin Hannah J.T. Durley, Graham Hatch Ben Smith Carl Hall, Demetric Williams Fred VanVleet Tekele Cotton Ron Baker & Fred VanVleet Shaquille Morris

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POSTSEASON BANQUET HONORS Xavier McDaniel

Warren Armstrong (Jabali)

REBOUNDING AWARD

“X’’ twice led all NCAA Division I basketball players in rebounding, and as a senior became the first player to lead the nation in both scoring and rebounding in the same season. McDaniel is the second-leading all-time scorer at Wichita State with 2,152 points and is the school’s all-time leading rebounder with 1,359 rebounds. 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

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O.J. Robinson Troy Mack Jamar Howard Jamar Howard Jamar Howard Paul Miller Ryan Martin & PJ Couisnard Ramon Clemente Ramon Clemente Garrett Stutz Gabe Blair Garrett Stutz Carl Hall Chadrack Lufile Darius Carter Anton Grady Markis McDuffie

ASSISTS AWARD

Warren Jabali (Armstrong) was a three-time all-MVC player who ranks in the top 20 all-time at Wichita State in scoring, rebounding and assists. Known during his playing career at Wichita State when he averaged 16.7 points and 10.8 rebounds per game as Warren Armstrong. He led the team in rebounding for three consecutive years. He still holds the school's single-season assists mark (194 in 1967-68) and for many years also held the single-game (14) and career assist marks (429 from 1965-68). Jabali was inducted into the Shocker Sports Hall of Fame in 1985. He played professionally in the American Basketball Association from 1968-75 and was the ABA's 1969 Rookie of the Year and 1973 all-star game MVP. 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

CC McFall CC McFall Craig Steven Jerome “Fridge” Holman Adam Liberty PJ Couisnard Matt Braeuer Gal Mekel Clevin Hannah Clevin Hannah Joe Ragland Toure Murry Malcom Armstead Fred VanVleet Fred VanVleet Fred VanVleet Landry Shamet

Cleo Littleton

Dave Stallworth

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

Cleo Littleton was the first star player in the modern era of Wichita State basketball as he helped lead Ralph Miller’s squads to new heights and helped establish the winning tradition of Shocker Basketball. He remains Wichita State’s alltime leading scorer with 2,164 points. 1981 Antoine Carr 1982 Greg Dreiling 1983 Xavier McDaniel 1984-95 -- No Award Given 1995 Larry Callis 1996-97 -- No Award Given 1998 Maurice Evans 1999 Terrell Benton & Troy Mack 2000 -- No Award Given 2001 Adam Grundvig 2002 Randy Burns 2003 Paul Miller 2004 Rob Kampman 2005 Paul Miller 2006 Sean Ogirri 2007 Gal Mekel 2008 Aaron Ellis 2009 J.T. Durley & Graham Hatch 2010 Graham Hatch 2011 David Kyles 2012 Demetric Williams 2013 Ehimen Orukpe 2014 Kadeem Coleby 2015 Zach Brown 2016 Shaquille Morris 2017 Rashard Kelly

FRESHMAN MVP (Discontinued)

In the days before NCAA freshman eligibility, WSU annually fielded a freshman teams as a training ground for the next generation of varsity stars. The most dominant of those rookies was a future All-American by the name of Dave Stallworth. "Dave the Rave" averaged 28 points and 12.5 rebounds on 62% shooting in 14 frosh games during the 1961 fall semester. He reached sophomore academic status in time for the 1962 spring semester and scored 18 points in his varsity debut against Marquette. Stallworth's impact was immense. He averaged 20 points and 10 rebounds while leading Wichita to an NIT bid. 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973

Ron Mendell Steve Steward Rick Kreher Terry Benton Vince Smith Bill Lang Gene Moss Doug Yoder


SECTION TITLE

OPPONENTS

Arkansas State................................................... 122 Baylor................................................................ 122 California........................................................... 121 Chaminade......................................................... 121 Cincinnati........................................................... 123 College of Charleston......................................... 120 ECU.................................................................... 123 Florida Gulf Coast............................................... 122 Henderson State................................................ 120 Houston............................................................. 123 LSU..................................................................... 121 Marquette.......................................................... 121 Maui Invitational Bracket................................... 120 Memphis............................................................ 123 Michigan............................................................ 121 Notre Dame........................................................ 121 Oklahoma.......................................................... 122 Oklahoma State................................................. 122 Savannah State.................................................. 122 SMU................................................................... 124 South Dakota State............................................ 122 Temple............................................................... 124 Tulane................................................................ 124 Tulsa................................................................... 124 UCF.................................................................... 123 Uconn................................................................ 123 UMKC................................................................. 120 USF..................................................................... 123 VCU.................................................................... 121

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2017-18 OPPONENTS

HENDERSON STATE

Nov. 4 | Exhibition | 7:00 pm CT | Charles Koch Arena Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

UMKC

Arkadelphia, Ark. 3,099 Glendell Jones Jr. Shawn Jones Duke Wells Center Red & Gray Reddies Great American (D-II)

Series

1st Meeting

2016-17 Conference Postseason

Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Jimmy Elgas 24-32, 3rd year same 0-0

Lettermen R/L 7 / 6 Starters R/L 2/3

Office Email

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom

MBB SID

16-13 11-11 (t-5th/12) none

MBB SID

Troy Mitchell Athletics Department 1100 Henderson St. Box 7630 Arkadelphia, AR 71999 (870) 230-5197 mitchet@hsu.edu

Nov. 10 | 7:00 pm CT | Charles Koch Arena Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

Kansas City, Mo. 16,944 Barbara Bichelmeyer Carla Wilson Municipal Auditorium Blue & Gold Kangaroos WAC

Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

Charleston, S.C. 11,294 Glen McConnell Matt Roberts TD Arena Maroon & White Cougars Colonial

COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

Series WSU leads 6-3 In Wichita WSU leads 4-1 Last Meeting 11/29/2010 (W, 71-52) Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Kareem Richardson 54-75, 5th year same 0-0

18-17 8-6 (4th/8) 1-1, CBI Quarterfinals 181 / 219

Lettermen R/L 5 / 7 Starters R/L 0/5

Office Email

Shelby Hild Athletics Department 5100 Rockhill Rd., SRC 201 Kansas City, MO 64110 (816) 235-1053 hilds@umkc.edu

Nov. 13 | 7:00 pm CT | Charles Koch Arena

MAUI INVITATIONAL

Series WSU leads 1-0 H/A/N 1-0 / - / Last Meeting 2011 NIT (WSU, 82-75) Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Earl Grant 51-48, 4th year same 0-0

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom

25-10 14-4 (2nd/10) 0-1, NIT First Round 65 / 89

Lettermen R/L 8 / 3 Starters R/L 5/0

MBB SID

Office Email

Marlene Navor 301 Meeting Street Charleston, SC 29401 Athletics Department (843) 953-6720 navormu@cofc.edu

Nov. 20-22 | Maui, Hawaii | Lahaina Civic Center Nov. 20 • ESPN2 • 1:30 pm CT (9:30 am HT)

MARQUETTE

-

VCU

Nov. 21 • ESPN2

3 pm CT (11 am HT)

Nov. 21 • ESPN 12:30 pm CT (8:30 am HT)

Nov. 20 • ESPN2 • 4 pm CT (Noon HT)

WICHITA STATE

-

CALIFORNIA -

5th Place

Nov. 22 • ESPN2

4 pm CT (Noon HT)

Nov. 22 • ESPN2 9:30 pm CT (5:30 pm HT)

Nov. 20 • ESPNU • 8 pm CT (4 pm HT)

NOTRE DAME

Champion

71

CHAMINADE 63

Nov. 21 • ESPN2

7 pm CT (3 pm HT)

Nov. 21 • ESPN Nov. 20 • ESPNU • 10:30 pm CT (6:30 pm HT)

9:30 pm CT (5:30 pm HT)

MICHIGAN LSU 7th Place

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Nov. 22 • ESPNU

1:30 pm CT (9:30 am HT)

Nov. 22 • ESPN2 7 pm CT (3 pm HT)

3rd Place


MAUI INVITATIONAL FIELD

CALIFORNIA

Nov. 20 | Maui Invitational Quarterfinals | Maui, Hawaii / Lahaina Civic Center Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

MARQUETTE

Berkeley, Calif. 40,173 Carol T. Christ H. Michael Williams Haas Pavilion Berkeley Blue, Calif. Gold Golden Bears Pac-12

Series Cal leads 1-0 Neutral Sites Cal leads 1-0 Last Meeting 12/29/1975 (Cal, 75-68) Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Wyking Jones 0-0, 1st same 0-0

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom Lettermen R/L Starters R/L

21-13 10-8 (6th/12) 0-1 NIT (#1 Seed) 63 / 62 5/8 1/4

MBB SID Address Office Cell Email

Mara Rudolph Athletics Department Haas Pavilion #4422 Berkeley, CA. 94720-4422 (510) 643-5846 (510) 384-6574 marar@berkeley.edu

Potential Nov. 21 Opponent | Maui Invitational | Maui, Hawaii / Lahaina Civic Center Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

Milwaukee, Wis. 12,000 Dr. Michael R. Lovell Bill Scholl BMO Harris Bradley Center Marquette Blue & Gold Golden Eagles Big East

Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

Richmond, Va. 31,242 Michael Rao Ed McLaughlin Siegel Center Black & Gold Rams A-10

VCU

Series Marquette 4-3 Neutral Sites 0-0 Last Meeting 1/2/1978 at WSU Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Steve Wojciechowski 52-45, 4th same 0-0

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom Lettermen R/L Starters R/L

19-13 10-8 (t-3rd/10) 0-1, NCAA (#10 Seed) 67/32 7/4 3/2

MBB SID Address Office Cell Email

Scott Kuykendall Athletics Department 770 N. 12th St. Milwaukee, WI 53233 (414) 288-4794 (414) 807-3490 scott.kuykendall@marquette.edu

Potential Nov. 21 Opponent | Maui Invitational | Maui, Hawaii / Lahaina Civic Center

CHAMINADE

Series Tied 2-2 Neutral Sites VCU leads 1-0 Last Meeting 11/13/2012 at VCU Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Mike Rhoades 0-0, 1st 244-128, 14th 0-0

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom Lettermen R/L Starters R/L

26-9 14-4 (2nd/14) 0-1, NCAA (#10 seed) 26 / 48 4/8 2/3

MBB SID Address Office Cell Email

Chris Kowalczyk 1200 W. Broad St. P.O. Box 843013 Richmond, VA 23284-3013 (804) 828-8818 (330) 348-6869 ckowalczyk@vcu.edu

Potential Nov. 22 Opponent | Maui Invitational | Maui, Hawaii / Lahaina Civic Center Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

LSU

Honolulu, Hawaii 2,836 Bernie Ploeger Bill Villa McCabe Gym Royal Blue & White Silverswords Pacific West (D-II)

Series WSU leads 2-0 Neutral Sites WSU leads 1-0 Last Meeting 11/23/2010 in Maui Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Eric Bovaird 89-76, 7th same 0-0

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom Starters R/L

18-11 13-7 (t-4th/14) none n/a 1/4

MBB SID Address Office Email

Kevin Hashiro Athletics Department 3140 Waialae Avenue Honolulu, HI 96816 (808) 739-8579 athletics-sid@chaminade.edu

Potential Nov. 22 Opponent | Maui Invitational | Maui, Hawaii / Lahaina Civic Center Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

Baton Rouge, La. 31,527 F. King Alexander Joe Alleva Maravich Assembly Center Purple & Gold Tigers SEC

Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

Ann Arbor, Mich. 44,714 Mark Schlissel Warde Manuel Crisler Center Maize & Blue Wolverines Big 10

MICHIGAN

Series WSU leads 5-1 2016-17 Neutral Sites WSU leads 2-1 Conference Last Meeting 11/23/2016 in Bahamas Postseason RPI/KenPom Head Coach Will Wade Starters R/L at School 0-0, 1st Overall 91-45, 5th vs. WSU 0-0

10-21 2-16 (t-13th/14) none 195 / 172 2/3

MBB SID Address

Kent Lowe LSU Athletics Administration Baton Rouge , LA 70803

Office Cell Email

(225) 578-1864 (225) 241-4360 clowe@lsu.edu

Potential Nov. 22 Opponent | Maui Invitational | Maui, Hawaii / Lahaina Civic Center

NOTRE DAME

Series Tied 3-3 Neutral Sites Michigan leads 2-0 Last Meeting 3/15/1984 at Mich. Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Jon Beilein 215-135, 11th 691-410, 36th 0-0

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom Starters R/L

24-11 10-8 (t-5th/14) 2-1, NCAA Sweet 16 23 / 20 2/3

MBB SID Address Office Email

Tony Wywrot Athletics Department 1000 South State Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2201 (734) 249-0306 twywrot@umich.edu

Potential Nov. 21 Opponent | Maui Invitational | Maui, Hawaii / Lahaina Civic Center Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

Notre Dame, Ind. 12,292 John I. Jenkins Jack Swarbrick Edmund P. Joyce Center Blue & Gold Fighting Irish ACC

Series ND leads 2-1 2016-17 Neutral Sites ND leads 1-0 Conference Last Meeting 3/26/2015, Cleveland (S16) Postseason RPI/KenPom Head Coach Mike Brey Starters R/L at School 382-187, 18th Overall 481-239, 23rd vs. WSU 1-0

26-10 12-6 (t-2nd/15) 1-1, NCAA (#5 seed) 22 / 27 3/2

MBB SID Address Office Cell Email

Alan Wasielewski Athletics Department C113 Joyce Center Notre Dame, IN 46556 (574) 631-8458 (574) 532-4167 awasiele@nd.edu

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2017-18 OPPONENTS

SAVANNAH STATE

Nov. 28 | Exhibition | 7:00 pm CT | Charles Koch Arena Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

BAYLOR

Series In Wichita Last

first meeting -

Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Horace Broadnax 156-211, 13th 198-299, 18th 0-0

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom Lettermen R/L Starters R/L

13-16 10-6 MEAC (5th/13) 282 / 317 8/4 3/2

MBB SID Address

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom Lettermen R/L Starters R/L

27-8 12-6 (t-2nd/10) 2-1, NCAA Sweet 16 9 / 13 6/4 3/2

MBB SID Address

David Kaye 1500 S. University Parks Dr. Waco, Texas 76706

Office Email

(254) 709-5147 david_kaye@baylor.edu

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom Lettermen R/L Starters R/L

18-17 8-8 (6th/9) 0-1, NCAA (#16 seed) 152 / 185 8/5 4/1

MBB SID Address

Andrew Sogn 2820 HPER Center Brookings, S.D. 57007

Office Cell Email

(605) 688-4822 (605) 310-6498 andrew.sogn@sdstate.edu

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom Starters R/L

20-13 9-9 (5th/10) 0-1, NCAA (#10 seed) 41 / 22 2/3

MBB SID Address

Stephen Howard OSU Athletics Center Stillwater, OK 74078

Office Cell Email

(405) 744-7756 (817) 793-5199 stephen.howard@okstate.edu

11-20 5-13 (9th/10) nonw 162 / 65 4/1

MBB SID Address

Ben Coldagelli McClendon Center 180 W Brooks Norman, OK 73019 (405) 325-7014 (405) 246-5663 bcoldagelli@ou.edu

20-12 11-7 (t-3rd/12) none 113 / 124 5/ 3/2

MBB SID Address

Office Email

Opio Mashariki P.O. Box 20271 3219 College Street Savannah, GA 31404 912-358-3430 masharik@savannahstate.edu

Dec. 2 | 1:00 pm CT | Waco, Texas Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

Waco, Texas 16,787 Linda Livingstone Mack Rhoades Ferrell Center (10,284) Green & Gold Bears Big 12

Series In Waco Last

Tied 2-2 0-0 11/16/2007

Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Scott Drew 277-180, 15th 297-191, 16th 1-0

Dec. 5 | 7:00 pm CT | Charles Koch Arena Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

OKLAHOMA STATE

Brookings, S.D. 12,589 Barry Dunn Justin Sell Frost Arena Blue (PMS 286) & Yellow (PMS 109) Jackrabbits Summit

Series In Wichita Last

WSU leads 2-0 WSU leads 2-0 12/22/2016 in Wichita

Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

T.J. Otzelberger 18-17, 2nd same 0-1

Dec. 9 | 3:00 pm CT | Stillwater, Okla. Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

OKLAHOMA

Stillwater, Okla. 23,459 V. Burns Hargis Mike Holder Gallagher-IBA Arena (13,611) Orange & Black Cowboys Big 12

Series OSU leads 30-8 In Stillwater OSU leads 15-2 Last 12/17/2016 in Wichita Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Mike Boynton Jr. 0-0, 1st same 0-0

Dec. 16 | 6:00 pm CT | INTRUST Bank Arena Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

ARKANSAS STATE

Norman, Okla. 31,250 David L. Boren Joe Castiglione Lloyd Noble Center Crimson & Cream Sooners Big 12

Series In Wichita Last Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

OU leads 4-2 2016-17 OU leads 2-1 Conference 12/10/2016 in Okla. City Postseason RPI/KenPom Lon Kruger Starters R/L 122-77, 7th 601-381, 32nd 7-2 (0-1 at OU)

Office Cell Email

Nov. 4 | Exhibition | 7:00 pm CT | Wichita, Kan. Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

FLORIDA GULF COAST

Jonesboro, Ark. 14,074 Charles Welch Terry Mohajir Convocation Center Scarlet, Black & White Red Wolves Sun Belt

Series In Wichita Last

Tied 1-1 WSU leads 1-0 1/12/1972 in Jonesboro

Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Mike Balado 0-0, 1st same 0-0

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom Lettermen R/L Starters R/L

Office Cell Email

Mark Taylor Arkansas State Athletics P.O. Box 1000 State University, AR 72467 (870) 972-3547 (870) 219-5705 martaylor@astate.edu

Nov. 4 | Exhibition | 7:00 pm CT | Wichita, Kan. Location Enrollment President Athletic Dir. Arena Colors Nickname Conference

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Savannah, Ga. 4,280 Cheryl Davenport Dozier Sterling Steward Jr. Tiger Arena Burnt Orange & Reflex Blue Tigers MEAC

Fort Myers, Fla. 14,821 Mike Martin Ken Kavanagh Alico Arena Cobalt Blue & Emerald Green Eagles Atlantic Sun

Series In Wichita Last

first meeting -

Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Joe Dooley 91-46, 5th 148-98, 9th 0-0

2016-17 Conference Postseason RPI/KenPom Starters R/L

26-8 12-2 (1st/8) 0-1, NCAA (#14 seed) 88 / 108 3/2

MBB SID Address

Jason MacBain 10501 FGCU Boulevard South Fort Myers, FL 33965

Office Email

(239) 590-7061 jmacbain@fgcu.edu


SECTION TITLE AMERICAN OPPONENTS

UCF

Wichita: Jan. 25 | Orlando: Mar. 1 Institution Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena Colors Nickname

CINCINNATI

University of Central Florida Orlando, Fla. 64,319 John C. Hitt Daniel J. White CFE Arena (9,465) Black & Gold Knights

Series In Wichita In Orlando Last Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Cincinnati: Feb. 18 | Wichita: Mar. 4 Institution Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena ** Colors Nickname

UCONN

University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio 44,438 Neville G. Pinto Mike Bohn BB&T Arena ** (9,400) Red & Black Bearcats

Series In Wichita In Cincinnati Last Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

ECU

University of Connecticut Storrs, Conn. 26,152 Susan Herbst David Benedict XL Center (15,564) ** Navy Blue, White & Gray Huskies

Series In Wichita at Uconn Last Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

24-12 11-7 (4th/11) 2-1, NIT Quarterfinals 64 / 68 2/3

MBB SID Address Office Cell Email

Daniel Forcella UCF Athletics PO Box 163555 Orlando, FL 32816 (407) 823-2142 (207) 650-6790 dforcella@athletics.ucf.edu

** - Due to renovations at Fifth Third Arena, Bearcats will play at No. Kentucky's BB&T Arena during the 2017-18 season

Cincinnati leads 18-11 WSU leads 8-7 Cincy leads 11-3 12/5/1981 in Wichita Mick Cronin 237-135, 12th 306-159, 15th 0-0

Storrs: Dec. 28 | Wichita: Feb. 18 Institution Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena** Colors Nickname

2016-17 American Postseason RPI/KenPom Starters R/L

first meeting Johnny Dawkins 24-12, 2nd 180-127, 10th 1-0

2016-17 American Postseason RPI/KenPom Starters R/L

30-6 16-2 (2nd/11) 1-1 NCAA (#6 seed) 12 / 23 3/2

MBB SID Address Office Cell Email

Andre Foushee Cincinnati Athletics 2751 O'Varsity Way Cincinnati, OH 45221-0021 (513) 556-5182 (859) 797-7871 andre.foushee@uc.edu

** - UConn also plays home games on campus at 10,167-seat Gampel Pavilion

UConn leads 1-0 first meeting first meeting 11/22/2010 in Maui Kevin Ollie 113-61, 6th same 0-0

2016-17 American Postseason RPI/KenPom Starters R/L

16-17 9-9 (t-5th/11) 121 / 96 1/4

MBB SID Address

Phil Chardis 2095 Hillside Road Unit 1173 Storrs, CT 06269

Office Cell Email

(860) 486-3531 (860) 771-3314 philip.chardis@uconn.edu

2016-17 American Postseason RPI/KenPom Starters R/L

15-18 6-12 (9th/11) 214 / 191 2/3

MBB SID Address

Jody Jones Ward Sports Medicine Bldg 1 Ficklen Drive Mail Stop 158 Greenville, NC 27858 (252) 737-4524 (252) 414-2019 jonesjod@ecu.edu

Greenville: Jan. 11 | Wichita: n/a Institution Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena Colors Nickname

HOUSTON

East Carolina University Greenville, N.C. 28,500 Cecil Staton Jeff Compher Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum (8,000) Purple & Gold Pirates

Series In Wichita In Greenville Last Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

First meeting Jeff Lebo 114-118, 8th 325-274, 20th 0-0

Wichita: Jan. 4 | Houston: Jan. 20 Institution Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena ** Colors Nickname

MEMPHIS

University of Houston Houston, Texas 42,704 Renu Khator Hunter Yurachek HPE Arena** (8,100) Scarlet Red & Albino White Cougars

Series In Wichita In Houston Last Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Office Cell Email

** - Houston will play 2017-18 season at Texas Southern's Farietta Center during its arena renovation 2016-17 American Postseason RPI/KenPom Lettermen R/L Starters R/L

21-11 12-6 (3rd/11) 0-1, NIT 62 / 52 5/6 3/3

MBB SID Address

Jeff Conrad 3204 Cullen Blvd. Houston, TX 77204-6002

Office Cell Email

(713) 743-9410 (713) 557-3841 jaconrad@central.uh.edu

Tied 10-10 WSU leads 7-2 Memphis leads 8-2 11/18/2014 in Sioux Falls Tubby Smith 79-43, 5th 576-289, 27th 8-1 (all as HC at Tulsa)

2016-17 American Postseason RPI/KenPom Starters R/L

19-13 9-9 (t-5th/11) none 119 / 101 2/3

MBB SID Address

Bill Salyer 570 Normal AOB Room #203 Memphis, TN 38152 (901) 678-4780 (260) 705-3963 wbsalyer@memphis.edu

First Meeting -

2016-17 American Postseason RPI/KenPom Lettermen R/L Starters R/L

7-23 1-17 (11th/11) none 317 / 292 3/8 2/3

MBB SID Address

WSU leads 16-9 WSU leads 11-2 Houston leads 7-2 3/16/2005, Wichita (NIT) Kelvin Sampson 56-40, 4th 556-310, 29th 0-0

Memphis: Feb. 6 | Wichita: n/a Institution Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena Colors Nickname

USF

University of Memphis Memphis, Tenn. 20,585 M.David Rudd Tom Bowen FedEx Forum (18,119) Blue & Gray Tigers

Series In Wichita In Memphis Last Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Office Cell Email

Wichita: Jan. 7 | Tampa: n/a Institution Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena Colors Nickname

University of South Florida Tampa, Fla. 48,793 Judy Genshaft Mark Harlan USF Sun Dome (10,411) Green & Gold Bulls

Series In Wichita In Tampa Last Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Brian Gregory 0-0, 1st 248-180, 14th 0-0

Office Cell Email

Mike Radomski 4202 E. Fowler Ave. ATH 100 Tampa, FL 33620 (813) 974-7099 (813) 285-0605 mradomski@usf.edu

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SECTION TITLE AMERICAN OPPONENTS

SMU

Wichita: Jan. 17 | Dallas: Feb. 24 Institution Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena Colors Nickname

TEMPLE

Series In Wichita In Dallas Last Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

SMU leads 5-4 WSU leads 3-1 SMU leads 4-0 11/30/1996 in Wichita Tim Jankovich 39-5, 3rd 196-126, 12th 5-7 (all as HC at Ill. St.)

2016-17 American Postseason RPI/KenPom Starters R/L

30-5 17-1 (1st/11) 0-1, NCAA (#6 seed) 16 / 11 2/3

MBB SID Address

2016-17 American Postseason RPI/KenPom Lettermen R/L Starters R/L

16-16 7-11 (8th/11) none 134 / 118 10 / 3 4/1

MBB SID Address

2016-17 American Postseason RPI/KenPom Lettermen R/L Starters R/L

6-25 3-15 (10th/11) none 292 / 241 9/5 3/2

MBB SID Address

2016-17 American Postseason RPI/KenPom Starters R/L

15-17 8-10 (7th/11) none 139 / 144 4/1

MBB SID Address

Jordan Korphage 800 S. Tucker Drive Tulsa, OK 74104

Office Cell Email

(918) 631-2492 (918) 402-7929 jsk2620@utulsa.edu

Office Cell Email

Herman Hudson 5800 Ownby Drive P.O. Box 750315 Dallas, TX 75275 (214) 768-1304 (214) 924-0358 hermanh@smu.edu

Philadelphia: Feb. 1 | Wichita: Feb. 15 Institution Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena Colors Nickname

TULANE

Temple University Philadelphia, Pa. 39,515 Richard M. Englert Patrick M. Kraft Liacouras Center (10,206) Cherry & White Owls

Series In Wichita In Phily Last Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

Temple leads 3-0 Temple leads 2-0 first meeting 11/20/2011 in Puerto Rico Fran Dunphy 230-136, 12th 540-299, 29th 1-0

Office Cell Email

Larry Dougherty STAR Complex 1816 N. 15th St., 3rd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19121 (215) 204-2588 (215) 651-1822 larry.dougherty@temple.edu

Wichita: Feb. 21 | New Orleans: n/a Institution Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena Colors Nickname

TULSA

Tulane University New Orleans, La. 13,581 Michael Fitts Troy Dannen Devlin Fieldhouse (4,100) Olive Green & Sky Blue Green Wave

Series first meeting In Wichita In New Orleans Last Head Coach Mike Dunleavy Sr. at School 6-25, 2nd Overall same vs. WSU 0-0

Office Cell Email

Adam Miller Wilson Athletic Center 2950 Ben Weiner Dr. New Orleans, LA 70118 (504) 314-7219 (504) 214-7249 amiller10@tulane.edu

Tulsa: Jan. 13 | Wichita: Jan. 28 Institution Location Enrollment President A.D. Arena Colors Nickname

124

Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas 11,739 R. Gerald Turner Rick Hart Moody Coliseum (7,000) SMU Red & SMU Blue Mustangs

University of Tulsa Tulsa, Okla. 4,352 Gerard Clancy Derrick Gragg Reynolds Center (8,355) Royal Blue, Old Gold & Crimson Golden Hurricane

Series In Wichita In Tulsa Last Head Coach at School Overall vs. WSU

WSU leads 65-61 WSU leads 37-23 Tulsa leads 35-27 11/16/2016 in Wichita Frank Haith 58-40, 4th 240-169, 14th 1-2


SECTION TITLE

SERIES RECORDS

by Opponent...................................................... 126-135 by Conference.................................................... 136-137 by Date............................................................... 138 WSU vs. Nationally-Ranked Teams..................... 139 WSU in the National Polls................................... 140 Exhibition Games............................................... 141 Regular Season Tournaments, Etc....................... 142

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A >>> Abilene Christian Tot: 5-- 0 H: 5--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/8/1959...............Wichita............................. W 91-- 66 12/31/1979.............Wichita............................. W 75-- 58 11/28/1980.............Wichita............................. W 101-- 60 11/27/1981.............Wichita............................. W 93-- 55 1/2/1986.................Wichita............................. W 78-- 50 >>> Adams State Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/27/1973.............Wichita............................. W 79-- 46 >>> Air Force Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 1/26/1963...............Wichita............................. W 77-- 45 12/2/2012...............Colo. Springs, Colo............ W 72-- 69 >>> Alabama Tot: 4-- 4 H: 2--0 A: 1--1 N: 1-- 3 12/4/1990...............Wichita.................OT........ W 74-- 71 12/1/1992...............Tuscaloosa, Ala...................L 71-- 93 11/29/1997...... #.....Puerto Rico.........................L 58-- 60 3/31/2011.......^.....^New York, N.Y................ W 66-- 57 11/18/2011.......t.....San Juan,Puerto Rico..........L 60-- 70 12/17/2013.............Tuscaloosa, Ala................. W 72-- 67 12/16/2014.............Wichita............................. W 53-- 52 11/27/2015.....%.....Lake Buena Vista, Fla..........L 60-- 64 >>> Alabama A&M Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/13/2010.............Wichita............................. W 71-- 49 >>> Alabama-Birmingham Tot: 4-- 0 H: 3--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 12/12/1981.................Wichita........................ W 75-- 60 12/11/1982.................Birmingham, Ala......... W 89-- 88 ot 12/22/2007.................Wichita........................ W 61-- 52 11/25/2011...........!.....Wichita (IBA)............... W 68-- 46 >>> Alaska-Fairbanks Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/6/1999...............Wichita............................. W 71-- 62 >>> Alcorn StateTot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/30/2009.............Wichita............................. W 87-- 52 >>> American Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--1 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/13/1989.............Wichita...............................L 71-- 72 >>> Appalachian State Tot: 1-- 1 H: 0--1 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 2/17/2007........b.....Wichita...............................L 58-- 60 11/29/2007.............Boone, N.C....................... W 62-- 53 >>> Arizona Tot: 2-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 1-- 0 12/18/1951.............Tucson, Ariz........................L 61-- 73 12/29/1954.............Wichita............................. W 87-- 64 3/17/2016........ $.....Providence, R.I................. W 65-- 55 $ - NCAA Tournament - Round of 64 >>> Arizona State Tot: 6-- 5 H: 5--1 A: 0--2 N: 1-- 2 12/28/1938.......t.....Oklahoma City....................L 24-- 52 12/5/1958...............Wichita............................. W 89-- 80 12/7/1959...............Wichita............................. W 83-- 76 12/17/1962.............Wichita.................OT........ W 92-- 90 12/7/1963...............Tempe, Ariz........................L 87-- 93 12/11/1967.............Wichita............................. W 122-- 105 12/9/1969...............Wichita............................. W 98-- 80 12/3/1973...............Tempe, Ariz........................L 63-- 86 12/9/1974...............Wichita...............................L 70-- 72 12/21/1984...... #.....Tokyo, Japan.......................L 69-- 76 12/27/1985...... #.....Kansas City, Mo................ W 74-- 59 >>> Arkansas Tot: 1-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/4/1956...............Wichita............................. W 64-- 47 12/17/1956.............Fayetteville, Ark.................L 67-- 80 >>> Arkansas State Tot: 1-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 1/9/1971.................Wichita............................. W 73-- 68 1/12/1972...............Jonesboro, Ark....................L 74-- 84 12/19/2017.............Wichita

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>>> Arkansas-Little Rock Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 1/3/1983.................Wichita............................. W 89-- 65 >>> Arkansas-Monticello Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/18/2009.....^.....Wichita............................. W 79-- 50 >>> Arkansas-Pine Bluff Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/13/2007.............Wichita............................. W 61-- 56 >>> Augustana (S.D.) Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/27/1976.............Wichita............................. W 88-- 65 >>> Austin Peay Tot: 4-- 0 H: 3--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 12/17/1987.............Wichita............................. W 72-- 66 1/3/1991.................Wichita............................. W 81-- 55 2/21/2004....... b......Wichita............................. W 62-- 47 11/27/2004.............Clarksville, Tenn............... W 72-- 62

B >>> Baker (Kan.) Tot: 6-- 8 H: 3--3 A: 3--5 N: 0-- 0 3/4/1910.................Baldwin..............................L 10-- 38 1/12/1915...............Baldwin..............................L 15-- 46 2/16/1915...............Wichita...............................L 13-- 41 2/1/1916.................Baldwin............................ W 35-- 33 2/6/1917.................Wichita............................. W 24-- 21 2/14/1917...............Baldwin..............................L 14-- 30 1/24/1920...............Baldwin..............................L 14-- 36 2/17/1920...............Wichita...............................L 20-- 34 1/23/1923...............Baldwin............................ W 27-- 19 2/5/1924.................Wichita............................. W 27-- 17 2/5/1925.................Baldwin..............................L 16-- 29 12/11/1940.............Wichita...............................L 25-- 34 2/5/1945.................Baldwin............................ W 41-- 34 2/26/1945...............Wichita............................. W 69-- 23 >>> Ball State Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 2/27/1973...............Wichita............................. W 108-- 76 >>> Baylor Tot: 2-- 2 H: 1--1 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 1 12/13/1947.............Wichita...............................L 43-- 52 12/4/1951...............Wichita............................. W 93-- 59 12/30/1960.............Oklahoma City.................. W 76-- 74 11/16/2007..... #......St. Thomas, USVI................L 55-- 64 12/2/2017...............Waco, Texas >>> Benedictine (Kan.) Tot: 9-- 6 H: 5--2 A: 3--4 N: 1-- 0 1/15/1926...............Atchison........................... W 39-- 13 1/21/1927...............Wichita............................. W 31-- 20 12/13/1937.............Atchison........................... W 43-- 26 1/7/1938.................Wichita...............................L 44-- 45 1/6/1939.................Wichita............................. W 48-- 33 2/11/1939...............Atchison.............................L 26-- 35 2/2/1940.................Wichita............................. W 45-- 44 2/19/1940...............Atchison.............................L 32-- 37 12/28/1940......t......Topeka............................. W 48-- 25 1/10/1941...............Atchison.............................L 27-- 29 2/15/1941...............Wichita............................. W 46-- 36 2/19/1942...............Atchison.............................L 28-- 47 2/28/1942...............Wichita...............................L 45-- 41 1/29/1943...............Atchison........................... W 38-- 24 2/27/1943...............Wichita............................. W 41-- 34 >>> Bethany (Kan.) Tot: 9-- 11 H: 6--2 A: 3--9 N: 0-- 0 2/24/1909...............Wichita...............................L 46-- 49 1/17/1911...............Lindsborg...........................L 23-- 45 2/16/1912...............Lindsborg.............OT..........L 27-- 31 1/16/1913...............Lindsborg...........................L 16-- 51 1/21/1913...............Wichita...............................L 24-- 49 2/19/1914...............Lindsborg...........................L 21-- 29 1/29/1917...............Lindsborg...........................L 16-- 19 1/30/1917...............Lindsborg...........................L 21-- 25 1/14/1918...............Lindsborg...........................L 33-- 45 1/15/1918...............Lindsborg...........................L 33-- 47 1/28/1921...............Wichita............................. W 44-- 26 2/6/1922.................Wichita............................. W 22-- 19 2/25/1924...............Wichita............................. W 30-- 27 2/21/1925...............Lindsborg......................... W 25-- 23 1/29/1926...............Lindsborg...........................L 23-- 38 2/8/1926.................Wichita............................. W 30-- 23 1/14/1931...............Lindsborg......................... W 19-- 16 1/28/1931...............Wichita............................. W 18-- 16

12/15/1944.............Wichita............................. W 39-- 19 3/5/1945.................Lindsborg......................... W 52-- 28 >>> Bethel (Kan.) Tot: 15-- 7 H: 7--2 A: 8--5 N: 0-- 0 1/6/1916.................Newton............................ W 44-- 17 1/22/1916...............Wichita............................. W 49-- 21 2/20/1918...............Wichita............................. W 18-- 14 3/2/1918.................Newton..............................L 25-- 29 2/5/1921.................Newton............................ W 38-- 22 3/14/1921...............Wichita............................. W 31-- 28 1/19/1922...............Newton............................ W 27-- 23 1/26/1922...............Wichita............................. W 29-- 21 3/5/1923.................Newton............................ W 42-- 24 3/6/1923.................Wichita............................. W 23-- 13 2/1/1924.................Newton..............................L 12-- 20 2/2/1924.................Newton..............................L 24-- 25 2/20/1924...............Wichita...............................L 22-- 27 1/14/1925...............Wichita...............................L 28-- 51 1/24/1925...............Newton..............................L 18-- 30 2/1/1926.................Wichita............................. W 42-- 22 2/18/1926...............Newton............................ W 44-- 32 1/29/1927...............Wichita............................. W 37-- 27 2/15/1927...............Newton............................ W 36-- 25 1/1/1931.................Newton..............................L 22-- 23 1/25/1932...............Newton............................ W 42-- 21 1/31/1933...............Newton............................ W 51-- 29 >>> Boston College Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/23/2003......t......St. Thomas, USVI................L 81-- 84 >>> Bowling Green Tot: 1-- 3 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 3 3/6/1954......... n......New York, N.Y.....................L 84-- 88 12/26/1958......t......Oklahoma City, Okla...........L 81-- 85 12/30/1959......t......Oklahoma City, Okla......... W 84-- 82 12/28/1961......t......Oklahoma City, Okla...........L 68-- 69 >>> Bradley Tot: 71-- 71 H: 46--20 A: 22--49 N: 3-- 2 3/6/1948.................Peoria, Ill............................L 62-- 72 1/15/1949....... *......Wichita...............................L 51-- 66 1/24/1949....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 49-- 57 2/6/1950......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 49-- 61 2/18/1950....... *......Wichita...............................L 56-- 68 1/20/1951....... *......Wichita...............................L 61-- 76 2/12/1951....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 44-- 65 1/14/1952...............Peoria, Ill............................L 61-- 77 2/5/1952.................Wichita...............................L 48-- 67 3/2/1953.................Peoria, Ill............................L 68-- 70 2/6/1954.................Wichita............................. W 91-- 83 2/28/1955...............Peoria, Ill............................L 67-- 69 1/7/1956......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 59-- 80 2/11/1956....... *......Wichita............................. W 86-- 59 2/18/1957....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 72-- 78 3/5/1957......... *......Wichita............................. W 99-- 91 1/23/1958....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 83-- 92 3/3/1958......... *......Wichita...............................L 80-- 85 2/2/1959......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 52-- 60 2/23/1959....... *......Wichita...............................L 70-- 72 1/9/1960......... *......Wichita...............................L 70-- 71 2/29/1960....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 80-- 85 1/5/1961......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 61-- 64 2/23/1961....... *......Wichita...............................L 56-- 57 1/6/1962......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 63-- 70 1/20/1962....... *......Wichita............................. W 89-- 88 1/12/1963....... *......Wichita............................. W 79-- 60 2/23/1963....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 63-- 64 12/14/1963..... *......Wichita............................. W 56-- 50 2/8/1964......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 74-- 76 1/4/1965......... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 85-- 79 2/27/1965....... *......Wichita...............................L 73-- 77 1/6/1966......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 86-- 91 2/17/1966....... *......Wichita............................. W 98-- 79 1/5/1967......... *......Wichita............................. W 83-- 69 2/16/1967....... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 76-- 74 1/4/1968......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 92-- 104 2/15/1968....... *......Wichita............................. W 112-- 97 12/14/1968..... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 83-- 93 2/6/1969......... *......Wichita.................OT..........L 85-- 87 1/3/1970......... *......Wichita...............................L 80-- 89 2/5/1970......... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 90-- 70 1/2/1971......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 81-- 87 2/4/1971......... *......Wichita............................. W 97-- 84 1/3/1972......... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 67 2/3/1972......... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 77-- 76 1/18/1973....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 82-- 86 2/12/1973....... *......Wichita............................. W 73-- 65 1/31/1974....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 73-- 108 1/11/1975....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 73-- 88 2/1/1975......... *......Wichita............................. W 83-- 76 2/5/1976......... *......Wichita............................. W 84-- 71 3/4/1976......... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 84-- 74 1/15/1977....... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 87-- 74 2/17/1977....... *......Wichita............................. W 91-- 88

1/28/1978....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 77-- 78 2/18/1978....... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 64 2/27/1978........c......Peoria, Ill.*.........................L 71-- 75 2/1/1979......... *......Wichita............................. W 91-- 79 2/22/1979....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 74-- 76 1/10/1980....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 66-- 67 1/19/1980....... *......Wichita...............................L 51-- 57 2/28/1980........c......Peoria, Ill............................L 60-- 68 2/12/1981....... *......Wichita............................. W 87-- 65 2/26/1981....... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 70-- 57 1/9/1982......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 47-- 55 1/30/1982....... *......Wichita............................. W 47-- 42 1/20/1983....... *......Wichita............................. W 72-- 65 3/3/1983......... *......Peoria, Ill.............2OT....... W 97-- 96 1/5/1984......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 64-- 78 2/11/1984....... *......Wichita............................. W 91-- 61 1/10/1985....... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 82-- 79 2/23/1985....... *......Wichita............................. W 75-- 65 1/9/1986......... *......Wichita...............................L 55-- 57 2/22/1986....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 64-- 74 1/29/1987....... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 64 2/14/1987....... *......Peoria, Ill..............OT..........L 78-- 79 1/9/1988......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 70-- 88 2/1/1988......... *......Wichita............................. W 116-- 92 1/7/1989......... *......Wichita............................. W 87-- 86 2/4/1989......... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 93-- 82 1/13/1990....... *......Wichita...............................L 65-- 73 1/29/1990....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 64-- 70 1/26/1991....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 51-- 70 2/6/1991......... *......Wichita............................. W 78-- 68 2/1/1992......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 62-- 78 3/2/1992......... *......Wichita............................. W 63-- 42 1/9/1993......... *......Wichita............................. W 58-- 50 2/6/1993......... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 64-- 73 1/8/1994......... *......Wichita...............................L 58-- 61 2/19/1994....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 61-- 70 3/5/1994..........c......St. Louis, Mo.**..................L 44-- 52 1/19/1995....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 47-- 71 1/28/1995....... *......Wichita............................. W 54-- 47 1/29/1996....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 49-- 68 2/15/1996....... *......Wichita............................. W 76-- 60 1/7/1997......... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 64-- 59 1/27/1997....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 57-- 74 1/11/1998....... *......Wichita...............................L 47-- 67 2/10/1998....... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 57-- 52 1/16/1999....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 47-- 57 2/20/1999....... *......Wichita............................. W 79-- 65 1/5/2000......... *......Wichita...............................L 64-- 75 1/19/2000....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 64-- 77 2/10/2001....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 57-- 65 2/24/2001....... *......Wichita............................. W 69-- 55 1/2/2002......... *......Wichita............................. W 70-- 64 1/27/2002....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 49-- 66 1/25/2003....... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 64-- 60 2/25/2003....... *......Wichita...............................L 77-- 86 3/8/2003..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 70-- 66 1/14/2004....... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 66-- 53 2/8/2004......... *......Wichita............................. W 78-- 57 1/12/2005....... *......Wichita............................. W 88-- 73 2/12/2005....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 68-- 74 12/30/2005..... *......Wichita................ OT........ W 69-- 67 1/11/2006....... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 86-- 76 3/4/2006..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 52-- 60 1/4/2007......... *......Wichita............................. W 84-- 63 1/20/2007....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 63-- 78 1/5/2008......... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 80-- 73 1/26/2008....... *......Wichita...............................L 54-- 63 12/31/2008..... *......Wichita...............................L 58-- 60 1/28/2009....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 50-- 65 1/3/2010......... *......Wichita............................. W 81-- 69 2/24/2010....... *......Peoria, Ill............................L 73-- 75 1/1/2011......... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 79-- 63 1/29/2011....... *......Wichita............................. W 61-- 41 3/4/2011..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 70-- 56 12/28/2011..... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 90-- 51 1/13/2012....... *......Wichita............................. W 78-- 41 1/6/2013......... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 69-- 63 1/26/2013....... *......Wichita............................. W 70-- 39 1/14/2014....... *......Wichita............................. W 72-- 50 2/25/2014....... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 69-- 49 1/7/2015......... *......Wichita............................. W 63-- 43 2/4/2015......... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 62-- 59 1/3/2016......... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 85-- 58 1/23/2016....... *......Wichita............................. W 88-- 54 1/1/2017......... *......Wichita............................. W 100-- 66 1/29/2017....... *......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 64-- 49 3/3/2017..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 82-- 56 >>> Bucknell Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/28/1995......t......Wichita............................. W 85-- 66 >>> Buffalo Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/29/1997......t......Wichita............................. W 79-- 69 3/18/2009....... n......Wichita............................. W 84-- 73


SECTIONRECORDS SERIES TITLE >>> BYU Tot: 7-- 1 H: 3--0 A: 3--1 N: 1-- 0 12/14/1962.............Provo, Utah...................... W 67-- 61 12/15/1962.............Provo, Utah.........2OT....... W 91-- 89 12/11/1964.............Wichita............................. W 93-- 76 12/12/1964.............Wichita............................. W 81-- 65 12/7/1974...............Provo, Utah...................... W 80-- 69 12/22/1976.............Wichita............................. W 69-- 63 1/28/1989...............Provo, Utah........................L 92-- 93 11/26/2013......t......Kansas City, Mo................ W 75-- 62

C >>> Cal Poly Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/28/1976.............Wichita............................. W 76-- 57 3/21/2014....... $......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 64-- 37 >>> Cal State-Fullerton Tot: 4-- 0 H: 3--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/17/1976.............Wichita............................. W 70-- 63 12/27/1981..... #......Honolulu, Hawaii............. W 70-- 67 12/7/1982...............Wichita............................. W 82-- 61 12/1/2011...............Wichita............................. W 75-- 60 >>> Cal State-Los Angeles Tot: 2-- 2 H: 2--2 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/28/1957.............Wichita............................. W 63-- 61 12/19/1959.............Wichita...............................L 101-- 106 12/27/1972.............Wichita............................. W 84-- 67 12/18/1973.............Wichita...............................L 68-- 69 >>> Cal State-Northridge Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/28/1987.............Wichita............................. W 78-- 53 >>> Cal State-Santa Barbara Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/18/1958.............Wichita............................. W 81-- 65 3/16/1989....... n......Wichita............................. W 70-- 62 >>> California Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/29/1975......t......Albuquerque,N.M...............L 68-- 75 11/20/2017......t......Maui, Hawaii.......... >>> Canisius Tot: 1-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 1/2/1954.................Buffalo, N.Y....................... W 88-- 65 >>> Centenary Tot: 3-- 1 H: 2--1 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/31/1948......t......Emporia, Kan.................... W 45-- 42 1/1/1949.................Wichita...............................L 45-- 51 2/8/2000.................Wichita............................. W 53-- 40 11/24/2008.............Wichita............................. W 65-- 44 >>> Central Florida (UCF) Tot: 0-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 1/25/2018....... *......Wichita 3/1/2018......... *......Orlando, Fla. >>> Central Michigan Tot: 2-- 1 H: 2--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 11/26/1988.............Wichita............................. W 98-- 71 11/29/1989.............Mt. Pleasant, Mich.............L 78-- 80 12/22/1995.............Wichita............................. W 58-- 51 >>> Central Missouri Tot: 3-- 5 H: 2--2 A: 1--3 N: 0-- 0 12/14/1940.............Wichita...............................L 38-- 45 1/13/1941...............Warrensburg, Mo................L 26-- 42 12/7/1945...............Wichita...............................L 44-- 54 12/19/1945.............Warrensburg, Mo................L 38-- 42 12/9/1947...............Warrensburg, Mo.............. W 46-- 40 12/27/1947.............Wichita............................. W 37-- 33 12/4/1948...............Warrensburg, Mo................L 44-- 68 2/5/1949.................Wichita............................. W 75-- 61 >>> Central Oklahoma Tot: 3-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/20/1928.............Wichita............................. W 38-- 16 3/6/1931.................Winfield*......................... W 40-- 28 2/19/1946...............Wichita............................. W 41-- 27 >>> Chaminade Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 12/21/1998.............Wichita............................. W 80-- 51 11/23/2010......t......Maui, Hawaii.................... W 79-- 58

>>> Charleston Southern Tot: 3-- 0 H: 3--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/13/2011.............Wichita............................. W 85-- 57 12/20/2012.............Wichita............................. W 65-- 53 11/13/2015.............Wichita............................. W 88-- 63 >>> Chicago State Tot: 7-- 1 H: 6--1 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 11/26/1984.............Wichita...............................L 49-- 60 2/24/1987...............Wichita............................. W 78-- 67 11/18/1997.............Wichita............................. W 78-- 52 12/29/2001.............Chicago, Ill........................ W 78-- 56 11/27/2002.............Wichita............................. W 71-- 65 11/14/2006.............Wichita, Kan..................... W 76-- 64 12/1/2010...............Wichita............................. W 91-- 51 12/14/2011.............Wichita............................. W 94-- 44 >>> Cincinnati Tot: 11-- 18 H: 8--7 A: 3--11 N: 0-- 0 1/25/1958....... *......Cincinnati, Ohio..................L 81-- 105 3/1/1958......... *......Wichita...............................L 82-- 86 1/31/1959....... *......Cincinnati, Ohio..................L 87-- 95 2/21/1959....... *......Wichita...............................L 74-- 88 1/7/1960......... *......Wichita...............................L 69-- 76 2/27/1960....... *......Cincinnati, Ohio..................L 76-- 97 1/12/1961....... *......Wichita...............................L 57-- 80 2/16/1961....... *......Cincinnati,Ohio...................L 64-- 67 12/18/1961..... *......Wichita............................. W 52-- 51 2/24/1962....... *......Cincinnati, Ohio..................L 63-- 84 1/5/1963......... *......Cincinnati, Ohio..................L 50-- 63 2/16/1963....... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 64 1/30/1964....... *......Wichita............................. W 62-- 59 2/15/1964....... *......Cincinnati, Ohio....OT........ W 59-- 58 1/9/1965......... *......Cincinnati, Ohio................ W 65-- 61 2/13/1965....... *......Wichita............................. W 79-- 64 2/10/1966....... *......Cincinnati, Ohio..................L 76-- 93 2/22/1966....... *......Wichita............................. W 86-- 76 2/8/1967......... *......Wichita............................. W 57-- 55 2/22/1967....... *......Cincinnati, Ohio..................L 63-- 92 2/7/1968......... *......Cincinnati, Ohio..................L 85-- 99 2/21/1968....... *......Wichita...............................L 81-- 85 1/4/1969......... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 66 2/13/1969....... *......Cincinnati, Ohio................ W 75-- 73 1/27/1970....... *......Cincinnati, Ohio..................L 78-- 96 2/12/1970....... *......Wichita...............................L 57-- 84 1/26/1976...............Wichita.................OT..........L 85-- 92 2/26/1977...............Cincinnati, Ohio..................L 60-- 68 12/5/1981........t......Wichita............................. W 87-- 67 2/18/2018....... *......Cincinnati, Ohio 3/4/2018......... *......Wichita >>> Cleveland State Tot: 4-- 2 H: 3--0 A: 1--2 N: 0-- 0 1/24/1972...............Wichita............................. W 90-- 77 12/29/1972.............Cleveland, Ohio...3OT.........L 72-- 76 12/7/1996...............Wichita............................. W 72-- 70 1/3/1998.................Cleveland, Ohio....OT..........L 63-- 64 2/21/2009....... b......Wichita............................. W 70-- 59 11/28/2009.............Cleveland, Ohio................ W 69-- 54 >>> Colgate Tot: 1-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 12/2/1989....... #......New Rochelle, N.Y............ W 101-- 87 >>> College of Charleston Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 3/23/2011....... n......Wichita............................. W 82-- 75 >>> Colorado Tot: 7-- 3 H: 5--0 A: 1--3 N: 1-- 0 12/30/1926.............Wichita............................. W 43-- 17 12/1/1951...............Boulder, Colo......................L 55-- 62 12/21/1960.............Wichita............................. W 64-- 54 12/3/1962...............Boulder, Colo........OT..........L 69-- 79 12/2/1963...............Wichita............................. W 71-- 61 12/11/1965.............Wichita............................. W 87-- 81 12/15/1966.............Boulder, Colo......................L 83-- 85 12/21/1970.............Wichita............................. W 79-- 69 12/8/1971...............Boulder, Colo.................... W 70-- 55 11/17/2011......t......San Juan,P.R..................... W 67-- 58 >>> Colorado College Tot: 2-- 1 H: 0--1 A: 2--0 N: 0-- 0 1/2/1937.................Colo. Springs.................... W 42-- 38 12/23/1937.............Wichita...............................L 25-- 29 12/18/1939.............Colo. Springs.................... W 36-- 32 >>> Colorado School of Mines Tot: 1-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/31/1947......t......Emporia, Kan.................... W 67-- 33

>>> Colorado State Tot: 8-- 1 H: 5--0 A: 3--1 N: 0-- 0 12/20/1938.............Wichita............................. W 45-- 28 12/19/1939.............Ft. Collins, Colo...................L 49-- 50 12/16/1948.............Ft. Collins, Colo................. W 50-- 42 12/30/1954.............Wichita............................. W 81-- 59 12/1/1961...............Wichita............................. W 64-- 36 12/6/1980........t......Wichita............................. W 53-- 34 1/10/1983...............Wichita............................. W 72-- 48 11/29/1983.............Ft. Collins, Colo................. W 64-- 54 12/3/2016....... #......Ft. Collins, Colo................. W 82-- 67 >>> Connecticut (UConn) Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 11/22/2010......t......Maui, Hawaii .....................L 79-- 83 12/30/2017..... *......Storrs, Conn. 2/10/2018....... *......Wichita >>> Coppin State Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--1 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/6/1993...............Wichita...............................L 64-- 65 >>> Cornell Tot: 1-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/28/1959......t......Oklahoma City, Okla......... W 78-- 62 >>> Creighton Tot: 45-- 55 H: 29--20 A: 16--30 N: 0-- 5 1/5/1946......... *......Omaha, Neb..................... W 33-- 32 3/1/1946......... *......Wichita............................. W 61-- 46 1/10/1947....... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 38-- 44 3/6/1947......... *......Wichita...............................L 43-- 51 1/10/1948....... *......Wichita...............................L 30-- 40 2/16/1948....... *......Omaha,Neb........................L 28-- 31 12/22/1949.............Wichita............................. W 70-- 53 1/20/1950...............Omaha, Neb.......................L 58-- 71 12/29/1950.............Omaha, Neb..................... W 74-- 57 1/23/1951...............Wichita............................. W 75-- 62 12/5/1951...............Wichita............................. W 100-- 63 2/7/1952.................Omaha, Neb..................... W 63-- 62 2/8/1952.................Omaha, Neb..................... W 66-- 63 1/9/1953.................Omaha, Neb..................... W 77-- 55 2/27/1953...............Wichita............................. W 78-- 70 12/17/1953.............Wichita............................. W 100-- 87 2/1/1954.................Omaha, Neb..................... W 72-- 68 3/13/1964........r......Wichita............................. W 84-- 68 12/8/1966...............Wichita...............................L 88-- 91 11/30/1968.............Omaha, Neb.......................L 67-- 85 1/17/1974...............Wichita...............................L 63-- 65 12/23/1975.............Omaha, Neb.......................L 71-- 77 12/27/1977..... *......Wichita...............................L 70-- 71 2/9/1978......... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 76-- 80 1/4/1979......... *......Omaha, Neb.........OT........ W 94-- 88 2/10/1979....... *......Wichita............................. W 89-- 83 1/21/1980....... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 81-- 77 2/2/1980......... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 81-- 92 1/22/1981....... *......Omaha, Neb..................... W 77-- 72 2/22/1981....... *......Wichita............................. W 83-- 70 3/7/1981..........c......Wichita...............................L 64-- 70 1/14/1982....... *......Wichita............................. W 69-- 56 2/11/1982....... *......Omaha, Neb..................... W 62-- 50 1/9/1983......... *......Omaha, Neb..................... W 77-- 66 2/24/1983....... *......Wichita............................. W 81-- 71 1/28/1984....... *......Wichita............................. W 80-- 67 3/1/1984......... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 82-- 95 1/23/1985....... *......Wichita............................. W 82-- 81 2/14/1985....... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 64-- 72 1/4/1986......... *......Omaha, Neb..................... W 59-- 57 3/1/1986......... *......Wichita................2OT....... W 69-- 64 1/10/1987....... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 49 2/5/1987......... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 57-- 59 2/28/1987........c......Wichita***....................... W 73-- 70 1/16/1988....... *......Wichita............................. W 92-- 73 2/20/1988....... *......Omaha, Neb..................... W 63-- 49 1/16/1989....... *......Wichita.................OT..........L 80-- 81 2/13/1989....... *......Omaha, Neb..................... W 66-- 62 2/8/1990......... *......Wichita...............................L 61-- 67 2/17/1990....... *......Omaha, Neb........2OT.........L 95-- 103 3/3/1990..........c......Normal, Ill. ........................L 66-- 70 1/15/1991....... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 56-- 79 2/25/1991....... *......Wichita...............................L 54-- 65 1/27/1992....... *......Wichita...............................L 68-- 73 2/22/1992....... *......Omaha, Neb..................... W 64-- 62 1/21/1993....... *......Wichita............................. W 68-- 47 3/1/1993......... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 54-- 58 1/24/1994....... *......Wichita............................. W 82-- 66 2/5/1994......... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 55-- 56 2/23/1995....... *......Wichita...............................L 47-- 50 1/6/1996......... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 57-- 66 2/3/1996......... *......Wichita...............................L 56-- 68 1/11/1997....... *......Wichita...............................L 67-- 70 2/20/1997....... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 58-- 59 1/27/1998....... *......Wichita.................OT..........L 72-- 75 2/14/1998....... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 69-- 79 2/6/1999......... *......Wichita............................. W 98-- 85

2/22/1999....... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 65-- 76 1/29/2000....... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 72-- 88 2/26/2000....... *......Wichita...............................L 64-- 75 12/16/2000..... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 64-- 74 1/20/2001....... *......Wichita...............................L 52-- 56 1/22/2002....... *......Wichita...............................L 55-- 67 2/17/2002....... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 67-- 69 2/15/2003....... *......Wichita............................. W 80-- 74 3/3/2003......... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 60-- 86 3/9/2003..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 69-- 70 1/21/2004....... *......Wichita............................. W 77-- 62 3/1/2004......... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 61-- 75 2/1/2005......... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 69-- 73 2/16/2005....... *......Wichita...............................L 62-- 68 3/6/2005..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 60-- 70 1/28/2006....... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 55-- 57 2/14/2006....... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 62-- 61 1/15/2007....... *......Wichita............................. W 62-- 59 2/24/2007....... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 54-- 71 1/12/2008....... *......Wichita...............................L 65-- 68 2/2/2008......... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 63-- 65 12/28/2008..... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 56-- 68 1/17/2009....... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 61 3/6/2009..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 62-- 63 1/9/2010......... *......Wichita............................. W 70-- 58 1/16/2010....... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 56-- 57 1/12/2011....... *......Omaha, Neb..................... W 68-- 54 2/23/2011....... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 65 12/31/2011..... *......Wichita...............................L 61-- 68 2/11/2012....... *......Omaha, Neb..................... W 89-- 68 1/19/2013....... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 64 3/2/2013......... *......Omaha, Neb.......................L 79-- 91 3/10/2013........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 65-- 68 >>> Culver-Stockton Tot: 2-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 1 3/11/1946....... n......Kansas City, Mo..................L 51-- 55 12/2/1947...............Wichita............................. W 47-- 35 12/18/1947.............Canton, Mo...........OT........ W 45-- 43

D >>> Dartmouth Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 11/24/1990......t......Richmond, Va.....................L 63-- 74 >>> Davidson Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 2/18/2012....... b......Davidson, N.C................... W 91-- 74 12/29/2013.............Wichita............................. W 81-- 70 >>> Dayton Tot: 1-- 2 H: 0--0 A: 0--1 N: 1-- 1 12/17/1941.............Dayton, Ohio......................L 19-- 42 3/15/1962....... n......New York, N.Y.....................L 71-- 79 3/17/2017....... $......Indianapolis, Ind.............. W 64-- 58 >>> Delaware Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 11/16/2001......t......Fairbanks, Alaska...............L 47-- 62 >>> Delaware State Tot: 3-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/6/1990...............Wichita............................. W 88-- 82 11/30/1991.............Wichita............................. W 78-- 68 11/26/2005......t......So. Padre Island, Texas...... W 62-- 44 >>> Denver Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/17/1980.............Wichita............................. W 93-- 60 >>> DePaul Tot: 4-- 4 H: 2--0 A: 0--3 N: 2-- 1 12/16/1937.............Chicago, Ill..........................L 21-- 36 2/20/1939...............Wichita............................. W 35-- 32 12/18/1956.............Chicago, Ill..........................L 61-- 71 12/10/1977.............Chicago, Ill..........................L 84-- 89 12/9/1978...............Wichita............................. W 95-- 92 3/17/1988........r......South Bend, Ind.................L 62-- 83 11/20/2012......t......Cancun, Mexico................ W 75-- 62 11/25/2013......t......Kansas City, Mo................ W 90-- 72

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SECTIONRECORDS SERIES TITLE >>> Detroit Tot: 14-- 7 H: 6--5 A: 8--2 N: 0-- 0 1/14/1950....... *......Wichita.................OT..........L 52-- 53 2/4/1950......... *......Detroit, Mich......................L 47-- 61 2/3/1951......... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 58 2/10/1951....... *......Detroit, Mich......................L 60-- 78 1/5/1952......... *......Wichita............................. W 58-- 47 2/18/1952....... *......Detroit, Mich......................L 69-- 87 1/5/1953......... *......Detroit, Mich........OT..........L 62-- 64 2/23/1953....... *......Wichita...............................L 61-- 65 1/4/1954......... *......Detroit, Mich........OT........ W 77-- 75 1/16/1954....... *......Wichita............................. W 91-- 61 2/1/1955......... *......Wichita............................. W 80-- 75 2/26/1955....... *......Detroit, Mich.................... W 83-- 77 1/30/1956....... *......Wichita............................. W 99-- 79 2/20/1956....... *......Detroit, Mich.................... W 85-- 84 2/4/1957......... *......Wichita............................. W 96-- 76 2/25/1957....... *......Detroit, Mich......................L 75-- 82 12/9/1957...............Detroit, Mich.................... W 89-- 82 12/23/1981.............Detroit, Mich.................... W 79-- 70 11/30/1982.............Wichita............................. W 73-- 61 2/23/2013....... b......Wichita............................. W 94-- 79 12/13/2014.............Detroit, Mich.................... W 77-- 68 >>> District of Columbia Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/4/1981........t......Wichita............................. W 100-- 76 >>> Doane Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 1/3/1935..........t......Winfield, Kan................... W 31-- 45 >>> Drake Tot: 104-- 47 H: 63--12 A: 38--34 N: 3-- 1 12/23/1936.............Wichita.................OT........ W 42-- 38 12/14/1937.............Des Moines, Iowa...............L 28-- 36 1/7/1946......... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 55-- 41 2/2/1946......... *......Wichita............................. W 56-- 42 1/11/1947....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 37-- 67 2/14/1947....... *......Wichita...............................L 30-- 39 1/8/1948......... *......Wichita...............................L 41-- 43 2/14/1948....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 46-- 48 1/22/1949....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 47-- 57 2/26/1949....... *......Wichita............................. W 62-- 57 1/28/1950....... *......Wichita...............................L 64-- 72 2/25/1950....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 61-- 79 1/30/1951....... *......Wichita............................. W 64-- 45 2/19/1951....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 68-- 67 1/26/1952...............Wichita...............................L 63-- 65 2/16/1952...............Des Moines, Iowa...............L 48-- 74 1/10/1953...............Des Moines, Iowa...............L 60-- 73 2/4/1953.................Wichita............................. W 77-- 71 1/29/1954...............Des Moines, Iowa............. W 89-- 74 2/9/1954.................Wichita............................. W 89-- 60 1/24/1955...............Des Moines, Iowa............. W 80-- 78 2/10/1955...............Wichita............................. W 96-- 78 1/18/1956...............Des Moines, Iowa............. W 85-- 76 2/9/1956.................Wichita............................. W 76-- 70 1/26/1957....... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 61 2/23/1957....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 79-- 81 1/2/1958......... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 69 2/10/1958....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 65-- 71 1/12/1959....... *......Wichita............................. W 61-- 54 3/2/1959......... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 78-- 72 2/6/1960......... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 63-- 53 2/20/1960....... *......Wichita............................. W 76-- 61 1/14/1961....... *......Wichita............................. W 90-- 70 2/18/1961....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 88-- 101 1/4/1962......... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 77-- 64 1/11/1962....... *......Wichita............................. W 91-- 61 1/19/1963....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 68-- 60 2/11/1963....... *......Wichita............................. W 73-- 49 1/4/1964......... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 49 2/10/1964....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 63-- 64 3/6/1964..........c......Lawrence.......................... W 58-- 50 12/19/1964..... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 71-- 60 3/6/1965......... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 74-- 76 1/22/1966....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 72-- 79 2/3/1966......... *......Wichita............................. W 96-- 91 1/17/1967....... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 91-- 85 2/1/1967......... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 71-- 60 1/11/1968....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 74-- 75 1/31/1968....... *......Wichita............................. W 79-- 78 1/9/1969......... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 81-- 86 2/20/1969....... *......Wichita...............................L 94-- 120 1/8/1970......... *......Wichita...............................L 85-- 98 2/19/1970....... *......Des Moines, Iowa.OT..........L 83-- 90 1/7/1971......... *......Wichita...............................L 74-- 78 2/23/1971....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 76-- 83 1/6/1972......... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 58-- 61 2/22/1972....... *......Wichita............................. W 95-- 71 1/20/1973....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 93-- 80 1/5/1974......... *......Wichita............................. W 70-- 66 1/9/1975......... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 106-- 92 2/27/1975....... *......Wichita...............................L 74-- 79 2/19/1976....... *......Wichita............................. W 95-- 78

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3/6/1976......... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 75-- 69 2/3/1977......... *......Wichita............................. W 75-- 65 2/22/1977....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 78-- 88 3/2/1977..........c......Wichita............................. W 67-- 63 1/31/1978....... *......Des Moines, Iowa.OT........ W 74-- 73 2/23/1978....... *......Wichita............................. W 68-- 59 1/16/1979....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 109-- 114 2/15/1979....... *......Wichita............................. W 125-- 96 2/27/1979........c......Wichita............................. W 70-- 69 1/28/1980....... *......Wichita............................. W 83-- 70 2/18/1980....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 117-- 104 1/24/1981....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 89-- 88 2/7/1981......... *......Wichita............................. W 79-- 67 3/5/1981..........c......Wichita............................. W 88-- 74 1/28/1982....... *......Wichita............................. W 75-- 49 2/13/1982....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 62-- 43 1/15/1983....... *......Wichita............................. W 68-- 59 2/14/1983....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 80-- 65 1/12/1984....... *......Wichita............................. W 90-- 77 2/28/1984....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 68-- 53 1/19/1985....... *......Wichita............................. W 81-- 65 2/18/1985....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 95-- 77 1/20/1986....... *......Des Moines, lowa...............L 47-- 54 2/6/1986......... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 58 1/15/1987....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 51-- 61 2/19/1987....... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 54 1/13/1988....... *......Wichita............................. W 80-- 69 1/23/1988....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 58-- 61 1/12/1989....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 71-- 57 2/2/1989......... *......Wichita............................. W 88-- 67 1/6/1990......... *......Wichita...............................L 61-- 63 2/10/1990....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 68-- 62 12/13/1990..... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 84-- 65 2/23/1991....... *......Wichita............................. W 96-- 83 1/25/1992....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 56-- 65 2/29/1992....... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 53 1/11/1993....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 62-- 66 2/22/1993....... *......Wichita............................. W 73-- 65 2/2/1994......... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 83-- 79 2/28/1994....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 67-- 109 1/15/1995....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 46-- 69 2/11/1995....... *......Wichita............................. W 62-- 60 1/4/1996......... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 62-- 66 1/13/1996....... *......Wichita...............................L 55-- 64 1/22/1997....... *......Wichita............................. W 80-- 74 2/10/1997....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 65-- 55 2/28/1997........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 63-- 74 12/22/1997..... *......Wichita............................. W 80-- 55 2/16/1998....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 68-- 63 1/4/1999......... *......Wichita............................. W 53-- 39 2/11/1999....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 73-- 66 2/12/2000....... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 60 2/19/2000....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 62-- 56 1/2/2001......... *......Wichita............................. W 73-- 58 1/11/2001....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 86-- 90 1/12/2002....... *......Wichita............................. W 81-- 65 1/30/2002....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 64-- 80 1/21/2003....... *......Wichita............................. W 69-- 61 2/19/2003....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 80-- 70 1/3/2004......... *......Wichita...............................L 60-- 71 1/31/2004....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 70-- 60 3/6/2004..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 63-- 57 12/8/2004....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 75-- 53 1/26/2005....... *......Wichita............................. W 75-- 65 3/5/2005..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 72-- 52 1/25/2006....... *......Wichita............................. W 85-- 62 2/22/2006....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 60-- 58 1/24/2007....... *......Wichita............................. W 82-- 77 2/14/2007....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 58-- 62 12/29/2007..... *......Wichita...............................L 54-- 62 3/1/2008......... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 63-- 73 1/11/2009....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 69-- 74 1/31/2009....... *......Wichita............................. W 63-- 47 1/1/2010......... *......Wichita............................. W 61-- 38 1/23/2010....... *......Des Moines, Iowa...............L 64-- 78 1/4/2011......... *......Wichita............................. W 82-- 63 1/15/2011....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 68-- 54 1/28/2012....... *......Des Moines, Iowa.3OT.........L 86-- 93 2/25/2012....... *......Wichita............................. W 81-- 58 1/2/2013......... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 75-- 63 2/13/2013....... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 56 1/25/2014....... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 78-- 61 2/22/2014....... *......Wichita............................. W 83-- 54 12/31/2014..... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 66-- 58 1/25/2015....... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 40 12/31/2015..... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 47 2/9/2016......... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 74-- 48 1/4/2017......... *......Wichita............................. W 90-- 65 2/1/2017......... *......Des Moines, Iowa............. W 77-- 69 >>> Drury Tot: 0-- 3 H: 0--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 2 1/2/1935..........t......Winfield.............................L -1/1/1942..........t......Emporia.............................L 23-- 25 12/12/1942.............Springfield, Mo...................L 30-- 37

>>> Duquense Tot: 1-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/10/1963.............Wichita............................. W 91-- 74 2/8/1965.................Pittsburgh, Pa....................L 72-- 75

E >>> East Carolina (ECU) Tot: 0-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 1/11/2018....... *......Greenville, N.C. >>> Eastern Michigan Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/12/1975.............Wichita............................. W 96-- 62 >>> Eastern Washington Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/20/2004.............Wichita............................. W 80-- 62 >>> Emporia State Tot: 42-- 28 H: 22--12 A: 18--16 N: 2-- 0 3/1/1907.................Wichita...............................L 36-- 44 2/8/1911.................Wichita...............................L 27-- 59 2/14/1911...............Emporia.............................L 20-- 59 2/13/1912...............Emporia.............................L 17-- 63 2/7/1913.................Wichita...............................L 30-- 48 2/18/1913...............Emporia.............................L 22-- 73 2/18/1914...............Emporia.............................L 25-- 27 2/27/1914...............Wichita............................. W 61-- 29 1/11/1915...............Emporia.............................L 22-- 40 2/12/1917...............Emporia.............................L 13-- 71 1/14/1919...............Wichita...............................L 14-- 41 1/21/1920...............Emporia........................... W 41-- 6 2/20/1920...............Wichita...............................L 15-- 18 1/22/1923...............Emporia........................... W 28-- 27 2/7/1923.................Wichita...............................L 20-- 27 2/18/1924...............Emporia.............................L 31-- 37 2/18/1925...............Wichita...............................L 26-- 34 2/19/1926...............Emporia........................... W 32-- 31 2/25/1927...............Wichita............................. W 30-- 27 2/3/1928.................Wichita............................. W 36-- 24 2/7/1928.................Emporia.............................L 21-- 25 2/11/1929...............Wichita............................. W 35-- 29 2/28/1929...............Emporia........................... W 38-- 24 3/8/1929..........t......Winfield........................... W 24-- 18 2/7/1930.................Emporia........................... W 37-- 27 2/25/1930...............Wichita............................. W 40-- 30 2/12/1931...............Emporia........................... W 40-- 28 2/16/1931...............Wichita............................. W 31-- 30 2/2/1932.................Emporia.............................L 31-- 32 2/27/1932...............Wichita.................OT........ W 40-- 38 2/9/1933.................Emporia........................... W 63-- 23 2/25/1933...............Wichita............................. W 52-- 31 1/26/1935...............Wichita............................. W 27-- 25 2/12/1935...............Emporia.............................L 18-- 43 1/9/1936.................Emporia........................... W 46-- 28 1/10/1936...............Emporia........................... W 34-- 27 2/13/1936...............Wichita............................. W 34-- 33 2/14/1936...............Wichita............................. W 48-- 31 2/6/1937.................Wichita............................. W 36-- 29 2/8/1937.................Emporia........................... W 39-- 25 2/9/1937.................Emporia........................... W 32-- 28 2/1/1938.................Emporia........................... W 39-- 33 2/18/1938...............Wichita............................. W 44-- 40 2/19/1938...............Wichita.................OT..........L 51-- 53 1/31/1939...............Wichita...............................L 35-- 38 3/1/1939.................Emporia.............................L 29-- 32 2/14/1940...............Wichita............................. W 40-- 27 2/27/1940...............Emporia.............................L 37-- 50 12/26/1940......t......Topeka............................. W 29-- 22 1/30/1941...............Wichita............................. W 49-- 43 2/18/1941...............Emporia........................... W 52-- 45 1/6/1942.................Emporia.............................L 41-- 49 2/10/1942...............Wichita...............................L 35-- 47 1/5/1943.................Emporia........................... W 42-- 35 1/25/1943...............Wichita............................. W 45-- 30 2/2/1945.................Wichita............................. W 49-- 19 2/21/1945...............Emporia........................... W 53-- 10 12/13/1946.............Wichita............................. W 49-- 36 1/1/1947..........t......Emporia.............................L 32-- 39 2/5/1947.................Emporia.............................L 34-- 48 12/6/1947...............Emporia........................... W 42-- 37 1/2/1948..........t......Emporia........................... W 52-- 35 1/24/1948...............Wichita...............................L 42-- 57 12/23/1948.............Wichita...............................L 48-- 60 1/3/1949.................Emporia.............................L 43-- 45 12/12/1953.............Wichita............................. W 79-- 56 3/1/1954.................Emporia........................... W 79-- 57 12/9/1954...............Wichita............................. W 72-- 47 11/9/2013...............Wichita............................. W 93-- 50 11/21/2015.............Wichita............................. W 76-- 54

>>> Evansville Tot: 31-- 16 H: 18--5 A: 12--10 N: 1-- 1 12/20/1994..... *......Wichita............................. W 63-- 61 2/27/1995....... *......Evansville, Ind....................L 73-- 81 12/9/1995....... *......Wichita...............................L 74-- 91 1/2/1997......... *......Evansville, Ind.................. W 69-- 55 2/15/1997....... *......Wichita...............................L 60-- 62 1/31/1998....... *......Evansville, Ind.................. W 62-- 57 2/21/1998....... *......Wichita............................. W 80-- 56 1/9/1999......... *......Evansville, Ind....................L 73-- 81 2/4/1999......... *......Wichita...............................L 63-- 75 2/28/1999........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 71-- 79 1/2/2000......... *......Evansville, Ind....................L 58-- 84 2/5/2000......... *......Wichita............................. W 86-- 75 2/6/2001......... *......Wichita...............................L 74-- 77 2/15/2001....... *......Evansville, Ind....................L 61-- 74 1/19/2002....... *......Wichita............................. W 81-- 63 2/23/2002....... *......Evansville, Ind......OT..........L 81-- 83 1/29/2003....... *......Evansville, Ind....................L 74-- 75 2/10/2003....... *......Wichita............................. W 89-- 84 1/24/2004....... *......Evansville, Ind.................. W 88-- 66 2/14/2004....... *......Wichita............................. W 90-- 73 12/31/2004..... *......Wichita............................. W 91-- 81 1/17/2005....... *......Evansville, Ind.................. W 81-- 65 1/19/2006....... *......Evansville, Ind.................. W 69-- 62 2/1/2006......... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 66 1/13/2007....... *......Wichita............................. W 69-- 56 1/27/2007....... *......Evansville, Ind.................. W 66-- 61 2/6/2008......... *......Evansville, Ind....................L 56-- 64 2/26/2008....... *......Wichita............................. W 68-- 54 1/25/2009....... *......Wichita............................. W 51-- 50 2/7/2009......... *......Evansville, Ind....................L 52-- 61 2/9/2010......... *......Evansville, Ind....................L 62-- 65 2/17/2010....... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 76-- 70 12/29/2010..... *......Wichita............................. W 91-- 57 2/15/2011....... *......Evansville, Ind.................. W 80-- 74 1/4/2012......... *......Evansville, Ind.................. W 67-- 66 1/25/2012....... *......Wichita............................. W 86-- 74 1/13/2013....... *......Evansville, Ind....................L 67-- 71 2/27/2013....... *......Wichita...............................L 56-- 59 2/1/2014......... *......Wichita............................. W 81-- 67 2/16/2014....... *......Evansville, Ind.................. W 84-- 68 3/7/2014..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 80-- 58 1/17/2015....... *......Evansville, Ind.................. W 61-- 41 2/22/2015....... *......Wichita............................. W 62-- 43 1/6/2016......... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 64 1/31/2016....... *......Evansville, Ind.................. W 78-- 65 1/17/2017....... *......Evansville, Ind.................. W 82-- 65 2/21/2017....... *......Wichita............................. W 109-- 83

F >>> Fairleigh Dickinson Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/15/2009.... ^......Wichita............................. W 80-- 64 >>> Florida Tot: 0-- 2 H: 0--1 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/7/1991...............Wichita...............................L 50-- 61 1/26/1993...............Gainesville, Fla...................L 58-- 83 >>> Florida A&MTot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/19/1998.............Wichita............................. W 91-- 72 11/16/2008.............Wichita............................. W 77-- 53 >>> Florida Atlantic Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/18/1998.............Wichita............................. W 88-- 85 >>> Florida Gulf Coast Tot: 0-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/22/2017.............Wichita >>> Florida State Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--1 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 3/19/2004....... n......Wichita................2OT.........L 65-- 76 >>> Fordham Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--1 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/6/1986........t......Wichita*..............2OT.........L 88-- 91


SECTIONRECORDS SERIES TITLE >>> Fort Hays State Tot: 23-- 13 H: 15--4 A: 8--9 N: 0-- 0 1/28/1926...............Wichita............................. W 57-- 26 1/28/1928...............Hays...................................L 20-- 33 2/28/1928...............Wichita............................. W 36-- 30 1/18/1929...............Hays................................. W 26-- 25 2/21/1929...............Wichita............................. W 35-- 15 1/11/1930...............Hays................................. W 36-- 21 1/30/1930...............Wichita............................. W 47-- 17 1/10/1931...............Hays................................. W 24-- 23 2/20/1931...............Wichita............................. W 41-- 26 1/9/1932.................Hays................................. W 31-- 26 2/6/1932.................Wichita...............................L 25-- 28 1/7/1933.................Hays................................. W 60-- 43 2/4/1933.................Wichita............................. W 44-- 35 2/2/1935.................Hays...................................L 25-- 39 2/16/1935...............Wichita............................. W 24-- 23 1/17/1936...............Wichita............................. W 38-- 36 1/18/1936...............Wichita............................. W 44-- 41 2/28/1936...............Hays...................................L 31-- 39 2/29/1936...............Hays...................................L 30-- 35 1/29/1937...............Hays...................................L 23-- 36 1/30/1937...............Hays...................................L 32-- 34 2/25/1937...............Wichita...............................L 32-- 43 1/14/1938...............Wichita.................OT........ W 39-- 38 1/15/1938...............Wichita...............................L 33-- 49 2/26/1938...............Hays...................................L 26-- 33 1/14/1939...............Wichita............................. W 29-- 26 2/18/1939...............Hays.....................OT..........L 31-- 38 1/20/1940...............Hays................................. W 30-- 27 2/10/1940...............Wichita...............................L 30-- 31 1/8/1949.................Wichita............................. W 59-- 51 2/7/1949.................Hays...................................L 48-- 61 12/10/1952.............Wichita............................. W 72-- 50 1/14/1953...............Hays................................. W 86-- 82 12/1/1953...............Wichita............................. W 76-- 54 1/21/1954...............Hays................................. W 102-- 50 12/7/1954...............Wichita............................. W 90-- 72 >>> Fresno Pacific Tot: 1-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/27/1986..... #......Honolulu, Hawaii............. W 65-- 54 12/1/1985...............Fresno,Calif.........................L 51-- 61 12/23/1989.............Wichita............................. W 82-- 62 >>> Fresno State Tot: 1-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/1/1985...............Fresno,Calif.........................L 51-- 61 12/23/1989.............Wichita............................. W 82-- 62 >>> Friends Tot: 39-- 11 H: 16--3 A: 15--4 N: 8-- 4 3/2/1906.................Friends...............................L 14-- 26 3/6/1906.................Fairmount..........................L 18-- 23 2/11/1913...............YMCA.................................L 13-- 46 3/5/1915.................Forum (Wichita).................L 25-- 38 3/11/1915...............Forum (Wichita)............... W 30-- 17 3/24/1915...............Forum (Wichita)............... W 23-- 20 2/22/1916...............Fairmount........................ W 38-- 22 3/2/1916.................Forum (Wichita) .............. W 43-- 33 2/3/1917.................Fairmount..........................L 16-- 22 3/12/1917...............Forum (Wichita).................L 34-- 35 1/31/1918...............YMCA............................... W 33-- 23 2/16/1918...............YMCA.................................L 23-- 29 3/15/1918...............Forum (Wichita)............... W 23-- 14 2/17/1919...............Emporia.............................L 33-- 38 3/4/1919.................Forum (Wichita).................L 17-- 42 2/12/1920...............Fairmount........................ W 22-- 11 3/11/1920...............Friends............................. W 34-- 22 2/11/1921...............Fairmount........................ W 35-- 10 3/9/1921.................Fairmount........................ W 34-- 17 2/8/1922.................Fairmount........................ W 31-- 19 2/20/1922...............Friends............................. W 26-- 19 3/20/1922...............Forum (Wichita)............... W 27-- 21 2/5/1923.................Friends............................. W 25-- 19 3/1/1923.................Fairmount........................ W 28-- 19 2/9/1924.................Fairmount........................ W 26-- 14 3/3/1924.................Friends............................. W 23-- 10 2/3/1925.................Wichita H.S....................... W 47-- 23 2/24/1925...............Fairmount........................ W 39-- 26 2/11/1926...............Fairmount........................ W 50-- 38 2/16/1926...............Wichita H.S....................... W 43-- 23 1/25/1927...............Wichita H.S....................... W 37-- 29 2/12/1927...............Wichita H.S....................... W 48-- 31 2/7/1929.................Wichita H.S.........................L 28-- 31 2/15/1929...............Wichita H.S....................... W 35-- 20 2/4/1930.................North H.S......................... W 49-- 30 3/2/1931.................East H.S............................ W 46-- 33 1/30/1933...............Friends............................. W 52-- 19 12/13/1935.............Friends............................. W 52-- 19 12/9/1937...............Friends............................. W 37-- 22 1/27/1938...............Wichita U.......................... W 54-- 29 1/2/1939.................Friends............................. W 32-- 31 1/28/1939...............Wichita U.......................... W 34-- 15 1/1/1940.................North H.S......................... W 38-- 34 1/27/1940...............Wichita U............................L 25-- 26

1/18/1941...............Wichita U.......................... W 47-- 29 2/22/1941...............North H.S......................... W 45-- 31 1/8/1942.................North H.S......................... W 35-- 32 1/29/1942...............Wichita U.......................... W 35-- 29 1/23/1943...............North H.S......................... W 43-- 22 2/13/1943...............Wichita U.......................... W 74-- 22

G >>> Gardner-Webb Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/12/2008.............Wichita............................. W 76-- 64 >>> George Mason Tot: 2-- 3 H: 1--1 A: 1--1 N: 0-- 1 12/5/1987...............Fairfax, Va............OT..........L 93-- 94 11/29/1988.............Wichita............................. W 96-- 75 2/18/2006....... b......Wichita...............................L 67-- 70 3/24/2006........r......Washington, D.C.................L 55-- 63 11/18/2006.............Fairfax, Va........................ W 72-- 66 >>> George Washington Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/25/2014......t......Honolulu, Hawaii...............L 54-- 60 >>> Georgetown Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 11/27/2008......t......Lake Buena Vista, Fla..........L 50-- 58 >>> Georgia Tot: 0-- 2 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 2 3/15/1985....... $......Atlanta, Ga.........................L 59-- 67 11/23/1990......t......Richmond, Va.....................L 58-- 89 >>> Georgia Southern Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/24/2001.............Wichita............................. W 97-- 77 >>> Gonzaga Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/29/1994......t......Wichita.................OT........ W 54-- 53 3/23/2013....... $......Salt Lake City, Utah.......... W 76-- 70 >>> Grambling State Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/12/1987.............Wichita............................. W 93-- 80

H >>> Hamline Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/26/1953.............Wichita............................. W 80-- 45 >>> Hampton Tot: 1-- 1 H: 0--1 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/18/2000.............Wichita...............................L 51-- 68 12/22/2003......t......St. Thomas, USVI.............. W 68-- 65 >>> Hardin-Simmons Tot: 6-- 0 H: 6--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/3/1959...............Wichita............................. W 90-- 57 12/30/1966.............Wichita............................. W 90-- 87 12/9/1976...............Wichita............................. W 84-- 74 11/26/1977.............Wichita............................. W 79-- 72 12/1/1980...............Wichita............................. W 105-- 46 11/27/1993.............Wichita............................. W 81-- 50 >>> Hartford Tot: 2-- 1 H: 2--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/29/1984.............Wichita............................. W 97-- 66 12/7/1987...............Hartford, Conn.....OT..........L 62-- 69 12/3/1988...............Wichita............................. W 85-- 59 >>> Hawaii Tot: 2-- 2 H: 1--0 A: 1--2 N: 0-- 0 12/3/1983...............Wichita* .......................... W 89-- 68 12/29/1990..... #......Honolulu, Hawaii...............L 73-- 89 11/27/1998..... #......Honolulu, Hawaii...............L 51-- 73 12/23/2014......t......Honolulu, Hawaii.OT........ W 80-- 79 >>> Hofstra Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 11/28/1997..... #......Puerto Rico.........................L 56-- 65 >>> Houston Tot: 16-- 9 H: 11--2 A: 2--7 N: 2-- 0 12/30/1949.............Houston, Texas...................L 66-- 72 12/23/1950..... *......Houston, Texas...................L 74-- 86

1/27/1951....... *......Wichita............................. W 69-- 68 2/11/1952....... *......Wichita............................. W 70-- 49 2/12/1952....... *......Wichita...............................L 53-- 54 1/3/1953......... *......Wichita............................. W 86-- 68 2/25/1953....... *......Houston, Texas...................L 68-- 75 1/7/1954......... *......Wichita............................. W 78-- 64 2/22/1954....... *......Houston Texas.................. W 86-- 80 12/21/1954......t......Oklahoma City, Okla......... W 91-- 87 1/8/1955......... *......Wichita............................. W 78-- 67 2/12/1955....... *......Houston, Texas...................L 79-- 82 1/2/1956......... *......Houston, Texas...................L 77-- 82 2/25/1956....... *......Wichita............................. W 82-- 72 1/4/1957......... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 56 1/14/1957....... *......Houston, Texas................. W 68-- 53 2/17/1958....... *......Houston, Texas...................L 70-- 72 2/24/1958....... *......Wichita............................. W 82-- 65 1/3/1959......... #......Houston, Texas...................L 75-- 78 2/16/1959....... #......Wichita............................. W 65-- 63 1/2/1960......... *......Houston, Texas................. W 69-- 63 1/30/1960....... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 65 12/28/1960......t......Oklahoma City, Okla......... W 71-- 68 11/16/1989......t......Wichita...............................L 66-- 67 3/16/2005....... n......Wichita............................. W 85-- 69 1/4/2018......... *......Wichita 1/20/2018....... *......Houston >>> Howard Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/17/2012.... ^......Wichita............................. W 69-- 50

I >>> Illinois Tot: 0-- 3 H: 0--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 2 12/20/1969......t......Chicago, Ill..........................L 63-- 66 11/27/1997..... #......Puerto Rico.........................L 57-- 70 11/25/2005......t......So. Padre Island, Texas........L 54-- 55

2/4/2004......... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 70-- 50 2/28/2004....... *......Wichita............................. W 68-- 62 1/29/2005....... *......Wichita............................. W 78-- 72 2/10/2005....... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 76-- 62 1/8/2006......... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 56-- 47 2/25/2006....... *......Wichita............................. W 64-- 57 1/18/2007....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 75-- 83 2/11/2007....... *......Wichita............................. W 69-- 64 1/1/2008......... *......Wichita...............................L 46-- 49 1/16/2008....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 51-- 72 1/21/2009....... *......Wichita............................. W 64-- 58 2/18/2009....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 59-- 74 12/29/2009..... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 52-- 72 1/27/2010....... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 66 3/6/2010..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 65-- 61 1/7/2011......... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 65-- 51 2/5/2011......... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 57 1/10/2012....... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 62 2/22/2012....... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 68-- 55 3/3/2012..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 64-- 65 1/16/2013....... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 62 2/17/2013....... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 68-- 67 3/9/2013..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 66-- 51 1/8/2014......... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 47 1/22/2014....... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 70-- 55 1/4/2015......... *......Wichita............................. W 70-- 62 2/14/2015....... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 68-- 62 3/7/2015..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 62-- 65 2/6/2016......... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 53-- 58 2/27/2016....... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 58 1/14/2017....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 62-- 76 2/4/2017......... *......Wichita............................. W 86-- 45 3/5/2017..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 71-- 51 >>> Illinois-Chicago Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/28/1987.............Wichita............................. W 79-- 58 11/19/2007......t......St. Thomas, USVI.............. W 67-- 60

>>> Illinois College Tot: 1-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 12/18/1937.............Jacksonville, Ill................. W 38-- 33

>>> Indiana Tot: 1-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--1 N: 1-- 0 12/27/1989.... ^......Indianapolis, Ind................L 54-- 75 3/20/2015....... $......Omaha, Neb..................... W 81-- 76

>>> Illinois StateTot: 43-- 40 H: 26--11 A: 13--24 N: 4-- 5 12/17/1937.............Normal, Ill..........................L 27-- 41 2/4/1982......... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 61-- 56 1/22/1983....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 53-- 54 2/26/1983....... *......Wichita............................. W 72-- 62 1/7/1984......... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 66-- 80 1/26/1984....... *......Wichita............................. W 68-- 66 1/12/1985....... *......Normal, Ill............OT..........L 80-- 86 2/16/1985....... *......Wichita...............................L 58-- 64 1/11/1986....... *......Wichita...............................L 58-- 59 2/20/1986....... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 53-- 49 3/3/1986..........c......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 70-- 78 1/24/1987....... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 57 2/12/1987....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 63-- 66 3/2/1987..........c......Wichita............................. W 56-- 53 1/11/1988....... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 66-- 54 1/30/1988....... *......Wichita............................. W 61-- 58 3/6/1988..........c......Peoria, Ill............................L 51-- 59 1/21/1989....... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 53 2/6/1989......... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 52-- 57 3/4/1989..........c......Wichita...............................L 60-- 66 1/27/1990....... *......Normal, Ill............OT..........L 66-- 71 2/22/1990....... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 52 1/28/1991....... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 73-- 60 2/9/1991......... *......Wichita...............................L 57-- 78 1/18/1992....... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 50 2/3/1992......... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 62-- 63 1/14/1993....... *......Wichita...............................L 66-- 68 2/8/1993......... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 62-- 75 1/29/1994....... *......Wichita................2OT....... W 87-- 85 2/17/1994....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 47-- 78 1/21/1995....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 69-- 73 2/4/1995......... *......Wichita.................OT..........L 82-- 83 1/16/1996....... *......Wichita...............................L 59-- 61 1/27/1996....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 57-- 74 1/25/1997....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 71-- 79 2/8/1997......... *......Wichita...............................L 53-- 62 1/15/1998....... *......Wichita...............................L 53-- 56 1/24/1998....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 59-- 77 3/1/1998..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 54-- 75 12/12/1998..... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 61-- 68 1/2/1999......... *......Wichita............................. W 72-- 67 2/16/2000....... *......Wichita............................. W 73-- 56 2/23/2000....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 63-- 76 3/3/2000..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 70-- 55 1/29/2001....... *......Wichita...............................L 61-- 68 2/26/2001....... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 71-- 79 1/7/2002......... *......Normal, Ill..........................L 71-- 81 2/20/2002....... *......Wichita............................. W 77-- 66 1/18/2003....... *......Normal, Ill........................ W 69-- 66 2/4/2003......... *......Wichita............................. W 85-- 71

>>> Indiana State Tot: 60-- 29 H: 34--8 A: 22--18 N: 4-- 3 1/26/1978....... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 74-- 70 2/20/1978....... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 56-- 72 1/18/1979....... *......Wichita...............................L 84-- 94 2/25/1979....... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 84-- 109 1/5/1980......... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 54-- 62 2/21/1980....... *......Wichita............................. W 58-- 54 2/26/1980........c......Wichita............................. W 82-- 70 1/26/1981....... *......Wichita............................. W 93-- 59 2/28/1981....... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 72-- 75 2/18/1982....... *......Wichita............................. W 75-- 57 2/27/1982....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 92-- 72 1/31/1983....... *......Terre Haute Ind................. W 89-- 81 2/12/1983....... *......Wichita............................. W 111-- 96 1/19/1984....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 66-- 65 2/16/1984....... *......Wichita............................. W 78-- 67 1/16/1985....... *......Wichita............................. W 84-- 80 1/31/1985....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 88-- 72 3/7/1985..........c......Wichita............................. W 92-- 65 1/19/1986....... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 54-- 67 2/8/1986......... *......Wichita............................. W 77-- 76 1/22/1987....... *......Wichita............................. W 64-- 53 2/21/1987....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 70-- 52 2/6/1988......... *......Wichita............................. W 102-- 70 2/11/1988....... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 62-- 63 1/19/1989....... *......Wichita............................. W 97-- 63 2/23/1989....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 84-- 69 2/3/1990......... *......Wichita............................. W 60-- 38 2/24/1990....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 67-- 60 2/4/1991......... *......Wichita...............................L 58-- 64 2/18/1991....... *......Terre Haute , Ind.................L 64-- 75 1/11/1992....... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 51-- 81 2/15/1992....... *......Wichita............................. W 73-- 58 1/2/1993......... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 73-- 69 1/16/1993....... *......Wichita............................. W 84-- 68 1/20/1994....... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 73-- 87 2/26/1994....... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 54 2/16/1995....... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 58 2/25/1995....... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 83-- 94 1/10/1996....... *......Wichita............................. W 78-- 60 1/22/1996....... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 51-- 66 1/4/1997......... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 54-- 51 1/30/1997....... *......Wichita...............................L 61-- 69 1/5/1998......... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 51-- 73 2/2/1998......... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 57 2/28/1998........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 65-- 55 1/7/1999......... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 57-- 91 2/18/1999....... *......Wichita...............................L 68-- 74 12/30/1999..... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 53-- 58 1/27/2000....... *......Wichita...............................L 65-- 72 3/4/2000..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 50-- 57

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SECTIONRECORDS SERIES TITLE 1/14/2001....... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 68-- 92 1/27/2001....... *......Wichita...............................L 67-- 85 1/16/2002....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 64-- 63 2/3/2002......... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 87-- 84 1/7/2003......... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 55 2/22/2003....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 72-- 63 1/17/2004....... *......Wichita...............................L 63-- 64 2/11/2004....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 67-- 53 1/15/2005....... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 60-- 64 2/5/2005......... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 57 12/28/2005..... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 62 2/11/2006....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 77-- 58 3/3/2006..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 81-- 63 1/10/2007....... *......Terre Haute, Ind..................L 63-- 68 2/8/2007......... *......Wichita............................. W 61-- 45 2/9/2008......... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 60 2/19/2008....... *......Terre Haute, Ind....OT..........L 73-- 83 3/6/2008..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 67-- 71 2/4/2009......... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 64-- 58 2/24/2009....... *......Wichita............................. W 76-- 70 1/13/2010....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 84-- 73 2/6/2010......... *......Wichita............................. W 76-- 70 1/22/2011....... *......Wichita................3OT....... W 93-- 83 2/1/2011......... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 70-- 54 3/5/2011..........c......St. Louis,Mo........................L 54-- 61 1/15/2012....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 75-- 65 2/4/2012......... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 66 3/2/2012..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 72-- 48 1/29/2013....... *......Wichita...............................L 55-- 68 2/19/2013....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 66-- 62 1/18/2014....... *......Wichita............................. W 68-- 48 2/5/2014......... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 65-- 58 3/9/2014..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 83-- 69 2/11/2015....... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 57 2/25/2015....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 63-- 53 1/17/2016....... *......Wichita............................. W 82-- 62 2/21/2016....... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 84-- 51 12/28/2016..... *......Terre Haute, Ind................ W 80-- 72 1/21/2017....... *......Wichita............................. W 84-- 58 >>> Iona Tot: 3-- 1 H: 2--0 A: 1--1 N: 0-- 0 1/3/1980.................New Rochelle, N.Y..............L 70-- 84 1/3/1981.................Wichita............................. W 77-- 46 1/6/1982.................New York, N.Y................... W 97-- 78 1/5/1989.................Wichita............................. W 78-- 58 >>> Iowa Tot: 5-- 5 H: 3--1 A: 0--3 N: 2-- 1 12/4/1956...............Iowa City, Iowa...................L 86-- 98 12/16/1957.............Wichita............................. W 81-- 78 12/28/1966.............Iowa City, Iowa...................L 76-- 94 12/12/1968.............Wichita............................. W 93-- 88 11/28/1978.............Iowa City, Iowa...................L 67-- 91 12/11/1979.............Wichita...............................L 62-- 81 3/15/1981....... $......Wichita............................. W 60-- 56 11/24/2009......t......Kansas City, Mo................ W 74-- 57 11/21/2012......t......Cancun, Mexico................ W 75-- 63 11/29/2015......t......Lake Buena Vista, Fla..........L 61-- 84 >>> Iowa State Tot: 1-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/10/1960.............Wichita............................. W 75-- 58 3/19/2003....... n......Ames, Iowa........................L 65-- 76 >>> IUPUI Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/9/2000...............Wichita............................. W 72-- 65

J >>> Jackson State Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/3/1982........t......Wichita............................. W 89-- 64 12/30/1993......t......Wichita............................. W 80-- 75 >>> Jacksonville Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--1 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/17/2001.............Wichita...............................L 65-- 67

K >>> Kansas Tot: 3-- 12 H: 1--6 A: 0--4 N: 2-- 2 12/18/1908.............Wichita...............................L 15-- 65 2/3/1941.................Wichita...............................L 39-- 54 2/2/1942.................Wichita...............................L 37-- 56 12/7/1955...............Wichita...............................L 55-- 56 3/20/1981........r......New Orleans .................... W 66-- 65 2/5/1984.................Lawrence............................L 69-- 79 1/5/1985.................Kansas City, Mo..................L 83-- 90 12/28/1985..... #......Kansas City, Mo..................L 56-- 81

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1/6/1987.................Wichita............................. W 54-- 49 1/25/1989...............Lawrence............................L 66-- 86 1/4/1990.................Wichita...............................L 66-- 93 1/23/1991...............Lawrence............................L 50-- 84 1/8/1992.................Wichita...............................L 51-- 81 1/6/1993.................Lawrence............................L 54-- 103 3/22/2015....... $......Omaha, Neb..................... W 78-- 65 >>> Kansas State Tot: 11-- 20 H: 9--6 A: 2--14 N: 0-- 0 12/17/1932.............Wichita............................. W 29-- 27 1/8/1935.................Wichita............................. W 50-- 34 12/26/1946.............Wichita...............................L 41-- 48 2/24/1947...............Manhattan.........................L 41-- 60 12/12/1950.............Manhattan.........................L 42-- 73 3/14/1964........r......Wichita...............................L 86-- 94 12/12/1969.............Manhattan.........................L 69-- 81 12/13/1969.............Wichita............................. W 77-- 73 12/11/1970.............Wichita............................. W 64-- 51 12/12/1970.............Manhattan.........................L 74-- 75 12/11/1971.............Manhattan.........................L 73-- 89 12/22/1971.............Wichita.................OT........ W 69-- 66 1/6/1986.................Manhattan.........................L 60-- 77 12/13/1986.............Wichita............................. W 63-- 60 1/12/1987...............Manhattan.........................L 67-- 79 1/19/1988...............Manhattan.........................L 47-- 58 2/19/1989...............Wichita.................OT..........L 71-- 73 1/20/1990...............Manhattan.........................L 62-- 83 1/7/1991.................Wichita...............................L 66-- 67 1/15/1992...............Manhattan.........................L 50-- 72 12/21/1992.............Wichita............................. W 74-- 61 1/12/1994...............Manhattan.........................L 55-- 71 1/3/1995.................Wichita............................. W 75-- 51 1/2/1996.................Manhattan.........................L 64-- 70 12/3/1996...............Manhattan....................... W 74-- 59 12/10/1997.............Wichita ................OT..........L 83-- 90 12/8/1998...............Manhattan.........................L 47-- 64 11/21/2000.............Wichita............................. W 76-- 66 12/5/2001...............Manhattan....................... W 65-- 56 12/14/2002.............Wichita...............................L 66-- 79 12/10/2003.............Manhattan.........................L 50-- 54 >>> Kansas Wesleyan Tot: 4-- 1 H: 2--1 A: 2--0 N: 0-- 0 1/11/1910...............Wichita...............................L 33-- 50 1/18/1911...............Salina............................... W 43-- 42 2/23/1911...............Wichita............................. W 50-- 29 2/24/1921...............Wichita............................. W 30-- 21 3/4/1921.................Salina............................... W 34-- 23 >>> Kennesaw State Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/19/2006.... ^......Wichita............................. W 74-- 65 >>> Kent State Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/1/1989....... #......New Rochelle, N.Y..............L 65-- 77 >>> Kentucky Tot: 0-- 2 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 2 3/23/2014....... $......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 76-- 78 3/19/2017....... $......Indianapolis, Ind................L 62-- 65

L >>> La Salle Tot: 2-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 2-- 0 12/21/2003......t......St. Thomas, USVI.............. W 74-- 71 3/28/2013........r......Los Angeles, Calif.............. W 72-- 58 >>> Lamar Tot: 3-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 11/26/1983.............Wichita............................. W 59-- 58 11/24/1984.............Beaumont, Texas.............. W 70-- 65 12/18/2002.............Wichita............................. W 92-- 73 >>> Long Beach State Tot: 6-- 4 H: 5--1 A: 1--3 N: 0-- 0 12/5/1964...............Wichita............................. W 114-- 78 1/7/1975.................Wichita............................. W 75-- 46 12/15/1975.............Long Beach, Calif................L 55-- 58 12/13/1976.............Wichita............................. W 83-- 78 12/3/1977...............Long Beach, Calif................L 94-- 95 12/13/1978.............Wichita...............................L 88-- 91 12/4/1979...............Long Beach, Calif................L 72-- 77 12/8/1980...............Wichita............................. W 80-- 61 12/8/1981...............Long Beach, Calif.............. W 94-- 71 11/13/2016.............Wichita............................. W 92-- 55 >>> Louisiana State (LSU) Tot: 5-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 2--0 N: 2-- 1 3/22/1981........r......New Orleans  .....................L 85-- 96

2/21/1982...............Baton Rouge, La............... W 66-- 65 11/25/2006.............Baton Rouge, La............... W 57-- 53 12/19/2007.............Wichita............................. W 67-- 47 12/18/2010.............Bossier City, La................. W 70-- 69 11/23/2016.............Paradise Island, Bahamas..... W 82-- 47 >>> Louisiana-Lafayette Tot: 3-- 1 H: 2--0 A: 1--1 N: 0-- 0 1/30/1984...............Wichita............................. W 63-- 59 2/20/1984...............Lafayette, La......................L 61-- 78 12/14/1985.............Wichita............................. W 74-- 62 12/3/1986...............Lafayette, La.................... W 79-- 64 >>> Louisiana-Monroe Tot: 3-- 1 H: 2--0 A: 1--1 N: 0-- 0 1/15/1973...............Wichita...............................L 77-- 78 12/10/1973.............Wichita............................. W 96-- 76 12/13/1980.............Wichita............................. W 82-- 63 >>> Louisville Tot: 5-- 21 H: 5--7 A: 0--12 N: 0-- 2 1/27/1962...............Louisville, Ky.......................L 75-- 91 12/22/1962.............Wichita............................. W 81-- 63 1/30/1965....... *......Wichita............................. W 96-- 76 3/3/1965......... *......Louisville, Ky.......................L 70-- 79 2/12/1966....... *......Wichita............................. W 102-- 87 2/26/1966....... *......Louisville, Ky.......................L 66-- 81 2/11/1967....... *......Louisville, Ky.......................L 69-- 90 2/25/1967....... *......Wichita............................. W 84-- 78 2/10/1968....... *......Wichita.................OT..........L 91-- 93 2/24/1968....... *......Louisville, Ky.......................L 88-- 98 1/2/1969......... *......Louisville, Ky.......................L 58-- 71 2/15/1969....... *......Wichita...............................L 62-- 65 1/21/1970....... *......Louisville, Ky.......................L 58-- 59 2/10/1970....... *......Wichita...............................L 84-- 91 2/11/1971....... *......Wichita...............................L 85-- 94 2/20/1971....... *......Louisville, Ky.........OT..........L 97-- 98 2/9/1972......... *......Louisville, Ky.......................L 64-- 65 2/19/1972....... *......Wichita...............................L 60-- 69 1/13/1973....... *......Wichita................2OT.........L 75-- 78 2/19/1974....... *......Louisville, Ky.......................L 90-- 106 2/6/1975......... *......Wichita...............................L 57-- 62 2/20/1975....... *......Louisville, Ky.......................L 76-- 85 1/19/1976...............Louisville, Ky.......................L 52-- 62 2/28/1976...............Wichita............................. W 78-- 74 ot 4/6/2013.......... f......Atlanta, Ga.........................L 68-- 72 11/24/2016......t......Paradise Island, Bahamas...L 52-- 62 >>> Loyola (Chicago) Tot: 27-- 9 H: 13--4 A: 11--5 N: 3-- 0 3/2/1963.................Chicago, Ill........................ W 73-- 72 1/25/1964...............Chicago, Ill........................ W 80-- 76 2/4/1964.................Wichita............................. W 65-- 60 1/29/1965...............Chicago, Ill............OT..........L 92-- 93 2/15/1965...............Wichita............................. W 80-- 77 2/8/1966.................Wichita............................. W 92-- 84 2/19/1966...............Chicago, Ill..........................L 77-- 94 1/31/1967...............Wichita............................. W 90-- 82 2/18/1967...............Chicago, Ill..........................L 81-- 92 2/17/1968...............Chicago, Ill........................ W 88-- 85 2/26/1968...............Wichita............................. W 95-- 88 12/31/1968.............Chicago, Ill..........................L 89-- 101 1/18/1969...............Wichita............................. W 98-- 74 12/18/1969......t......Champaign-Urbana.......... W 96-- 94 12/30/1969.............Wichita...............................L 57-- 92 2/14/1970...............Wichita............................. W 82-- 76 1/11/1971...............Wichita............................. W 82-- 74 2/13/1971...............Chicago, Ill........................ W 85-- 76 1/10/1972...............Wichita............................. W 71-- 57 2/12/1972...............Chicago, Ill........................ W 88-- 64 12/20/1972.............Wichita...............................L 79-- 86 2/24/1973...............Chicago, Ill............OT........ W 100-- 89 12/20/1973.............Wichita...............................L 70-- 82 1/24/1974...............Chicago, Ill..........................L 69-- 81 12/27/1974.............Wichita...............................L 74-- 82 2/9/1976.................Chicago, Ill........................ W 79-- 77 12/28/1989.... ^......Indianapolis, Ind.............. W 75-- 59 1/28/2014....... *......Wichita............................. W 57-- 45 2/19/2014....... *......Chicago, Ill........................ W 88-- 74 1/11/2015....... *......Chicago, Ill........................ W 67-- 53 1/28/2015....... *......Wichita............................. W 58-- 47 1/27/2016....... *......Wichita............................. W 80-- 54 2/24/2016....... *......Chicago, Ill........................ W 76-- 54 3/4/2016..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 66-- 58 1/11/2017....... *......Wichita............................. W 87-- 75 2/12/2017....... *......Chicago, Ill........................ W 81-- 64 >>> Loyola (New Orleans) Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 1/24/1959...............Wichita............................. W 79-- 73 >>> Loyola Marymount Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/2/1983...............Wichita............................. W 75-- 73 12/22/2014......t......Honolulu, Hawaii............. W 80-- 53

M >>> Manhattan Tot: 1-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/2/2003...............Manhattan, NY................. W 74-- 57 1/3/2005.................Wichita...............................L 59-- 64 >>> Marquette Tot: 3-- 4 H: 2--2 A: 1--2 N: 0-- 0 1/12/1953...............Wichita...............................L 80-- 83 12/13/1960.............Milwaukee, Wis..................L 79-- 83 2/2/1962.................Wichita............................. W 79-- 71 2/1/1964.................Wichita............................. W 100-- 63 12/22/1965.............Milwaukee, Wis..................L 75-- 95 2/19/1977...............Milwaukee, Wis................ W 75-- 64 1/2/1978.................Wichita...............................L 56-- 67 >>> Marshall Tot: 1-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/17/1940.............Wichita............................. W 36-- 33 12/15/1941.............Huntington, W. Va..............L 24-- 60 >>> Maryland Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/28/1968......t......Davidson, N.C.....................L 83-- 95 >>> Maryland-Baltimore County (UMBC) Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/4/2007...............Wichita............................. W 77-- 68 >>> Maryland-Eastern Shore (UMES) Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/17/2006.... ^......Wichita............................. W 102-- 46 11/20/2016.............Wichita............................. W 116-- 79 >>> McNeese State Tot: 2-- 1 H: 2--1 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/5/1980........t......Wichita............................. W 91-- 66 12/8/1984........t......Wichita...............................L 56-- 60 11/19/1999.............Wichita............................. W 72-- 52 >>> McPherson Tot: 12-- 9 H: 7--4 A: 5--4 N: 0-- 1 1/10/1912...............Wichita...............................L 33-- 41 2/15/1912...............McPherson.........................L 19-- 30 1/15/1913...............McPherson.........................L 8-- 64 1/30/1913...............Wichita...............................L 25-- 88 2/20/1914...............McPherson....................... W 42-- 15 1/7/1916.................McPherson....................... W 36-- 35 2/12/1916...............Wichita............................. W 44-- 19 2/15/1921...............Wichita............................. W 58-- 17 3/5/1921.................McPherson....................... W 40-- 26 1/21/1923...............Wichita...............................L 20-- 29 2/27/1923...............McPherson.........................L 19-- 28 1/16/1924...............Wichita............................. W 46-- 25 1/26/1924...............McPherson.........................L 16-- 27 1/29/1925...............Wichita...............................L 33-- 49 1/31/1925...............McPherson....................... W 42-- 23 1/25/1926...............Wichita............................. W 47-- 23 3/14/1928....... n......Kansas City, Mo..................L 30-- 40 12/19/1931.............Wichita............................. W 47-- 18 1/1/1938.................Wichita............................. W 35-- 26 12/20/1944.............McPherson....................... W 40-- 33 1/30/1945...............Wichita............................. W 50-- 41 >>> Memphis Tot: 10-- 10 H: 7--2 A: 2--8 N: 1-- 0 2/7/1959.................Wichita.................OT........ W 95-- 92 2/13/1960...............Wichita............................. W 79-- 75 1/13/1968....... *......Wichita............................. W 77-- 69 2/19/1968....... *......Memphis, Tenn...................L 55-- 67 1/30/1969....... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 69 3/1/1969......... *......Memphis, Tenn................. W 71-- 61 1/29/1970....... *......Memphis, Tenn...................L 81-- 85 2/28/1970....... *......Wichita............................. W 79-- 72 1/28/1971....... *......Wichita............................. W 98-- 87 2/27/1971....... *......Memphis, Tenn...................L 77-- 85 1/27/1972....... *......Memphis, Tenn...................L 69-- 71 2/24/1972....... *......Wichita...............................L 98-- 108 2/15/1973....... *......Memphis, Tenn...................L 77-- 99 2/7/1974.................Memphis, Tenn...................L 90-- 91 12/30/1974.............Memphis, Tenn................. W 95-- 91 1/30/1975...............Wichita...............................L 76-- 78 12/18/1975.............Memphis, Tenn...................L 68-- 75 1/8/1976.................Wichita............................. W 81-- 70 2/7/1983.................Memphis, Tenn...................L 73-- 85 11/18/2014.... ^......Sioux Falls, S.D.................. W 71-- 56 2/6/2018......... *......Memphis, Tenn. >>> Mercer Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/29/1998......t......Wichita............................. W 83-- 43


SECTIONRECORDS SERIES TITLE >>> Miami (Fla.) Tot: 0-- 2 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 2 12/30/1988......t......W. Palm Beach, Fla.............L 59-- 81 3/19/2016....... $......Providence, R.I...................L 57-- 65 >>> Miami (Ohio) Tot: 2-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 1-- 0 1/1/1948..........t......Emporia........................... W 65-- 51 2/19/2005....... b......Oxford, Ohio.......................L 58-- 65 12/20/2005.............Wichita............................. W 55-- 46 >>> Michigan Tot: 3-- 3 H: 3--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 2 12/7/1956...............Wichita............................. W 81-- 76 12/19/1960.............Wichita............................. W 94-- 76 12/14/1964.............Detroit, Mich......................L 85-- 87 12/8/1965...............Wichita............................. W 100-- 94 3/13/1976........r......Denton, Texas**.................L 73-- 74 3/15/1984....... n......A. Arbor, Mich....................L 70-- 94 >>> Michigan State Tot: 3-- 6 H: 3--0 A: 0--4 N: 0-- 2 12/19/1962.............Wichita............................. W 80-- 69 12/10/1966.............E. Lansing, Mich.................L 68-- 103 12/23/1967.............Wichita............................. W 90-- 80 12/8/1977...............E. Lansing, Mich.................L 57-- 84 12/14/1979.............Wichita............................. W 55-- 54 3/20/1989....... n......East Lansing, Mich..............L 67-- 79 12/10/2005.............Detroit, Mich......................L 64-- 83 11/30/2008......t......Lake Buena Vista, Fla..........L 57-- 65 11/25/2016......t......Paradise Island, Bahamas...L 72-- 77 >>> Midland (Neb.) Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/31/1934......t......Winfield.............................L 23-- 27 >>> Minnesota Tot: 3-- 2 H: 2--0 A: 1--1 N: 0-- 1 12/27/1962.............Wichita............................. W 79-- 62 12/19/1963.............Minneapolis, Minn........... W 71-- 65 12/22/1986.............Minneapolis, Minn.............L 66-- 91 1/2/1988.................Wichita............................. W 78-- 68 11/25/1995..... #......Hilo, Hawaii........................L 55-- 64 >>> Mississippi Tot: 2-- 3 H: 1--1 A: 1--1 N: 0-- 1 12/10/1994.............Oxford, Miss..................... W 71-- 70 12/16/1995.............Wichita............................. W 72-- 59 12/14/1996.............Oxford, Miss.......................L 65-- 68 12/13/1997.............Wichita...............................L 48-- 71 11/18/2001......t......Fairbanks, Alaska...............L 68-- 80 >>> Mississippi State Tot: 3-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 12/5/1967...............Wichita............................. W 97-- 67 12/21/1985.............Wichita............................. W 64-- 57 12/10/1986.............Starkville, Miss................. W 61-- 48 >>> Missouri Tot: 0-- 3 H: 0--0 A: 0--3 N: 0-- 0 1/18/1950...............Columbia, Mo.....................L 45-- 70 1/16/1951...............Columbia, Mo.....................L 42-- 61 1/17/1951...............Columbia, Mo.....................L 38-- 46 >>> Missouri State Tot: 39-- 30 H: 24--6 A: 11--20 N: 4-- 4 12/12/1941.............Springfield, Mo...................L 32-- 49 12/11/1942.............Springfield, Mo...................L 39-- 48 12/23/1942.............Wichita............................. W 51-- 39 12/10/1955.............Springfield, Mo................. W 74-- 57 12/1/1956...............Wichita............................. W 69-- 63 1/4/1988.................Springfield, Mo...................L 56-- 58 12/15/1988.............Wichita............................. W 66-- 59 12/5/1989...............Wichita............................. W 81-- 68 1/8/1990.................Springfield, Mo...................L 51-- 77 12/15/1990..... *......Wichita.................OT..........L 62-- 64 2/2/1991......... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 38-- 63 2/23/1992....... *......Wichita...............................L 55-- 70 2/26/1992....... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 53-- 72 2/2/1993......... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 51-- 54 2/15/1993....... *......Wichita...............................L 40-- 49 3/6/1993..........c......St. Louis, Mo.*....................L 57-- 72 12/18/1993..... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 41-- 58 2/12/1994....... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 63 1/10/1995....... *......Wichita............................. W 46-- 45 2/7/1995......... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 54-- 57 12/19/1995..... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 52-- 64 2/22/1996....... *......Wichita...............................L 71-- 78 1/18/1997....... *......Wichita............................. W 75-- 60 2/22/1997....... *......Springfield, Mo.....OT..........L 62-- 70 12/20/1997..... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 61-- 91 2/7/1998......... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 55 1/18/1999....... *......Wichita................2OT....... W 94-- 88

1/31/1999....... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 58-- 89 1/12/2000....... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 63-- 70 2/2/2000......... *......Wichita............................. W 72-- 69 2/3/2001......... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 55-- 68 2/17/2001....... *......Wichita............................. W 59-- 48 3/2/2001..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 45-- 57 1/5/2002......... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 61-- 82 2/9/2002......... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 63 3/2/2002..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 59-- 72 1/10/2003....... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 63 3/1/2003......... *......Springfield, Mo................. W 71-- 65 12/13/2003..... *......Springfield, Mo................. W 81-- 63 2/25/2004....... *......Wichita............................. W 77-- 66 1/8/2005......... *......Springfield, Mo................. W 63-- 61 2/23/2005....... *......Wichita............................. W 72-- 61 1/14/2006....... *......Wichita............................. W 81-- 57 1/22/2006....... *......Springfield, Mo................. W 68-- 62 1/7/2007......... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 87-- 95 2/20/2007....... *......Wichita...............................L 65-- 71 3/2/2007..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 64-- 67 1/8/2008......... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 47-- 71 1/29/2008....... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 70-- 62 1/14/2009....... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 55-- 68 2/10/2009....... *......Wichita............................. W 62-- 61 3/5/2009..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 59-- 46 1/6/2010......... *......Springfield, Mo................. W 65-- 62 2/14/2010....... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 64 3/5/2010..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 73-- 63 1/9/2011......... *......Wichita...............................L 56-- 59 2/26/2011....... *......Springfield, Mo...................L 64-- 69 2/1/2012......... *......Springfield,Mo................. W 74-- 67 2/15/2012....... *......Wichita............................. W 73-- 58 1/23/2013....... *......Springfield, Mo................. W 62-- 52 2/9/2013......... *......Wichita............................. W 79-- 50 3/8/2013..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 69-- 59 1/11/2014....... *......Springfield, Mo.....OT........ W 72-- 69 3/1/2014......... *......Wichita............................. W 68-- 45 3/8/2014..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 67-- 42 1/21/2015....... *......Springfield, Mo................. W 76-- 53 2/7/2015......... *......Wichita............................. W 78-- 35 1/13/2016....... *......Springfield, Mo................. W 78-- 62 2/18/2016....... *......Wichita............................. W 99-- 68 2/9/2017......... *......Wichita............................. W 80-- 62 2/25/2017....... *......Springfield, Mo................. W 86-- 67 3/4/2017..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 78-- 63 >>> Monmouth Tot: 1-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/29/1993......t......Wichita*...............OT........ W 65-- 59 11/17/2007......t......St. Thomas, USVI................L 50-- 59 >>> Montana State Tot: 2-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 1 12/26/1963......t......Oklahoma City.................. W 85-- 69 12/30/1970......t......Oklahoma City....................L 89-- 101 11/29/1976.............Wichita............................. W 67-- 50 >>> Morehead State Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/16/1941.............Morehead, Ky.....................L 33-- 49 >>> Morningside Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/23/1939.............Wichita............................. W 35-- 23 12/6/1975...............Wichita............................. W 109-- 66 >>> Murray State Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 2/18/1953...............Wichita............................. W 87-- 77

N >>> Nebraska Tot: 6-- 6 H: 4--3 A: 2--3 N: 0-- 0 12/12/1955.............Wichita............................. W 71-- 46 12/3/1960...............Lincoln, Neb..................... W 65-- 63 12/4/1961...............Wichita............................. W 79-- 49 12/10/1968.............Lincoln, Neb........3OT.........L 92-- 94 12/6/1969...............Wichita.................OT..........L 79-- 81 12/23/1970.............Wichita...............................L 71-- 72 12/4/1971...............Lincoln, Neb..................... W 74-- 61 1/7/1974.................Wichita............................. W 66-- 58 12/14/1974.............Lincoln, Neb.......................L 65-- 78 12/12/1992.............Wichita...............................L 64-- 71 12/11/1993.............Lincoln, Neb.......................L 72-- 94 3/16/2011....... n......Wichita............................. W 76-- 49 >>> Nebraska-Omaha Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/15/1984.............Wichita............................. W 70-- 43 12/3/1994...............Wichita............................. W 89-- 66

>>> Nevada Tot: 2-- 1 H: 2--1 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/16/1970.............Wichita............................. W 97-- 69 3/17/2010....... n......Wichita...............................L 70-- 74 12/22/2015.............Wichita............................. W 98-- 69 >>> New Mexico Tot: 2-- 3 H: 1--0 A: 1--1 N: 0-- 2 12/17/1951.............Albuquerque, N.M............ W 84-- 58 1/4/1958.................Wichita............................. W 81-- 63 12/30/1975......t......Albuquerque......................L 80-- 86 12/1/1978........t......Tempe, Ariz........................L 81-- 95 12/22/2006......t......Las Vegas, Nev....................L 68-- 71 >>> New Mexico State Tot: 16-- 14 H: 13--4 A: 3--10 N: 0-- 0 12/15/1950.............Wichita...............................L 57-- 61 12/12/1952.............Wichita............................. W 80-- 54 12/4/1965...............Wichita............................. W 103-- 67 12/21/1967.............Wichita...............................L 76-- 89 12/4/1969...............Las Cruces, N.M..................L 76-- 108 2/3/1973......... *......Las Cruces, N.M................ W 58-- 56 3/9/1973......... *......Wichita...............................L 66-- 72 1/3/1974......... *......Las Cruces, N.M..................L 63-- 71 2/23/1974....... *......Wichita............................. W 80-- 71 1/25/1975....... *......Wichita............................. W 64-- 63 2/8/1975......... *......Las Cruces, N.M..................L 66-- 72 1/3/1976......... *......Las Cruces, N.M................ W 70-- 61 1/31/1976....... *......Wichita............................. W 78-- 70 1/8/1977......... *......Wichita...............................L 67-- 89 2/12/1977....... *......Las Cruces, N.M..................L 79-- 84 1/9/1978......... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 70 1/14/1978....... *......Las Cruces, N.M..................L 79-- 82 2/8/1979......... *......Las Cruces, N.M..................L 75-- 93 2/17/1979....... *......Wichita............................. W 86-- 84 3/1/1979..........c......Las Cruces, N.M..................L 81-- 85 1/26/1980....... *......Las Cruces, N.M..................L 70-- 75 2/4/1980......... *......Wichita............................. W 80-- 78 1/15/1981....... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 74-- 68 2/19/1981....... *......Las Cruces N.M...................L 80-- 82 1/2/1982......... *......Wichita............................. W 63-- 50 1/23/1982....... *......Las Cruces, N.M..................L 57-- 59 2/3/1983......... *......Wichita............................. W 101-- 80 2/21/1983....... *......Las Cruces N.M................. W 72-- 70 11/14/2014.............Wichita............................. W 71-- 54 2/15/2016...............Wichita............................. W 71-- 41 >>> New Orleans Tot: 2-- 1 H: 2--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 11/26/1982.............New Orleans, La.................L 82-- 96 12/20/1983.............Wichita............................. W 67-- 59 12/19/1985.............Wichita............................. W 85-- 69 >>> New York Univ. Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 3/14/1966....... n......New York, N.Y.......OT..........L 84-- 90 >>> Newman Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/19/2011.............Wichita............................. W 102-- 53 11/23/2014.............Wichita............................. W 105-- 57 >>> Nicholls State Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/10/2010.............Wichita............................. W 68-- 50 >>> North Carolina Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/21/1984..... #......Osaka, Japan......................L 69-- 80 >>> North Carolina CentralTot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/10/2012.............Wichita............................. W 71-- 57 12/22/2013.............Wichita............................. W 77-- 66 >>> North Carolina State Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/29/1981..... #......Honolulu, Hawaii...............L 48-- 60 >>> North Dakota Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/22/2008.............Wichita............................. W 66-- 51 >>> North Dakota State Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/20/1978.............Wichita............................. W 118-- 77 12/21/2009.............Wichita............................. W 69-- 57 >>> North Texas Tot: 26-- 11 H: 16--3 A: 10--8 N: 0-- 0 1/8/1958......... *......Denton, Texas................... W 80-- 54 2/22/1958....... *......Wichita............................. W 64-- 54

1/5/1959......... *......Denton, Texas................... W 85-- 78 2/14/1959....... *......Wichita............................. W 87-- 62 1/4/1960......... *......Denton, Texas................... W 92-- 64 2/1/1960......... *......Wichita...............................L 78-- 84 2/2/1961......... *......Wichita............................. W 105-- 58 3/4/1981......... *......Denton, Texas................... W 91-- 75 2/6/1962......... *......Denton, Texas................... W 105-- 75 3/1/1962......... *......Wichita............................. W 110-- 69 1/25/1963....... *......Wichita...............................L 67-- 69 2/28/1963....... *......Denton, Texas................... W 89-- 73 1/18/1964....... *......Denton, Texas................... W 86-- 70 3/2/1964......... *......Wichita............................. W 90-- 83 1/2/1965......... *......Wichita............................. W 107-- 88 2/20/1965....... *......Denton, Texas................... W 69-- 67 1/31/1966....... *......Wichita............................. W 111-- 70 3/3/1966......... *......Denton, Texas................... W 112-- 79 1/9/1967......... *......Denton, Texas.....................L 68-- 80 3/2/1967......... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 73 1/9/1968......... *......Wichita............................. W 81-- 63 3/2/1968......... *......Denton, Texas.....................L 79-- 91 1/25/1969....... *......Wichita............................. W 97-- 89 2/25/1969....... *......Denton, Texas.....................L 100-- 102 1/24/1970....... *......Denton, Texas.....................L 77-- 81 3/5/1970......... *......Wichita...............................L 79-- 84 1/23/1971....... *......Denton, Texas.....................L 75-- 81 2/6/1971......... *......Wichita............................. W 84-- 81 1/19/1972....... *......Denton, Texas.....................L 63-- 74 3/6/1972......... *......Wichita............................. W 81-- 66 1/11/1973....... *......Denton, Texas................... W 72-- 69 2/17/1973....... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 73-- 71 1/22/1974....... *......Wichita............................. W 83-- 76 3/2/1974......... *......Denton, Texas.....................L 83-- 89 2/13/1975....... *......Wichita............................. W 87-- 72 2/22/1975....... *......Denton, Texas.....................L 80-- 86 12/4/1982........t......Wichita............................. W 78-- 72 >>> Northern Arizona Tot: 3-- 1 H: 3--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/30/1986.............Wichita............................. W 68-- 49 12/29/2003.............Wichita............................. W 68-- 51 2/23/2008....... b......Flagstaff, Ariz.....................L 75-- 85 12/20/2008.............Wichita............................. W 58-- 53 >>> Northern Colorado Tot: 2-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 1-- 0 3/13/1923....... n......Kansas City, Mo................ W 37-- 17 12/15/1939.............Greeley, Colo.......................L 30-- 36 12/8/2012...............Wichita............................. W 80-- 54 >>> Northern Illinois Tot: 1-- 4 H: 1--2 A: 0--2 N: 0-- 0 12/9/1972...............Wichita...............................L 79-- 88 12/22/1973.............DeKalb, Ill...........................L 77-- 86 12/5/1986........t......Wichita............................. W 67-- 54 11/28/1994.............DeKalb, Ill...........................L 77-- 79 12/4/1995...............Wichita...............................L 52-- 77 >>> Northern Iowa Tot: 28-- 28 H: 17--9 A: 10--16 N: 1-- 3 12/14/1977.............Wichita............................. W 81-- 65 1/22/1992....... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 60 2/8/1992......... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 65-- 78 1/18/1993....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa..OT..........L 72-- 74 2/11/1993....... *......Wichita............................. W 63-- 47 1/15/1994....... *......Wichita............................. W 77-- 71 1/27/1994....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 58-- 74 12/17/1994..... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa.............. W 66-- 61 1/30/1995....... *......Wichita...............................L 58-- 59 2/19/1996....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa.............. W 80-- 68 2/2/1997......... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 56-- 58 2/24/1997....... *......Wichita............................. W 81-- 68 1/8/1998......... *......Wichita............................. W 61-- 59 1/22/1998....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa.............. W 67-- 57 1/27/1999....... *......Wichita ..............................L 76-- 79 2/13/1999....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 82-- 87 2/27/1999........c......St. Louis, Mo.........OT........ W 74-- 72 1/22/2000....... *......Wichita...............................L 54-- 66 2/28/2000....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 68-- 81 1/7/2001......... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 48 1/24/2001....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 50-- 62 2/12/2002....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa..OT..........L 75-- 83 2/25/2002....... *......Wichita............................. W 86-- 74 1/4/2003......... *......Wichita............................. W 79-- 55 2/8/2003......... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 72-- 80 1/8/2004......... *......Wichita............................. W 82-- 65 2/18/2004....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 80-- 85 3/7/2004..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 56-- 63 1/24/2005....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa.............. W 65-- 57 2/28/2005....... *......Wichita...............................L 66-- 67 1/5/2006......... *......Wichita...............................L 61-- 75 2/7/2006......... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 56-- 68 12/30/2006..... *......Wichita...............................L 59-- 63 1/30/2007....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa.............. W 67-- 61 1/23/2008....... *......Wichita...............................L 58-- 65 2/13/2008....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa..OT..........L 75-- 77 1/3/2009......... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 54-- 78

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SECTIONRECORDS SERIES TITLE 2/14/2009....... *......Wichita............................. W 69-- 61 1/19/2010....... *......Wichita............................. W 60-- 51 2/3/2010......... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 56-- 59 3/7/2010..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 52-- 67 1/19/2011....... *......Wichita...............................L 74-- 77 2/12/2011....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa.............. W 73-- 55 1/18/2012....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa.............. W 71-- 68 2/8/2012......... *......Wichita............................. W 82-- 57 12/30/2012..... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 41 2/2/2013......... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 52-- 57 1/5/2014......... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 53 2/8/2014......... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa.............. W 82-- 73 1/31/2015....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa................L 54-- 70 2/28/2015....... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 60 1/20/2016....... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa.............. W 74-- 55 2/13/2016....... *......Wichita...............................L 50-- 53 3/5/2016..........c......St. Louis, Mo.........OT..........L 52-- 57 1/8/2017......... *......Cedar Falls, Iowa.............. W 80-- 66 2/18/2017....... *......Wichita............................. W 73-- 44 >>> Northern Michigan Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/30/1979.............Wichita............................. W 76-- 61 >>> Northwest Missouri Tot: 1-- 7 H: 0--1 A: 0--3 N: 1-- 3 3/7/1931.................Winfield........................... W 27-- 23 12/31/1931.............Marysville, Mo....................L 23-- 25 1/1/1932.................Marysville, Mo....................L 17-- 20 12/26/1938......t......Oklahoma City....................L 16-- 22 12/27/1940......t......Topeka...............................L 30-- 36 1/4/1941.................Wichita...............................L 15-- 41 1/11/1941...............Marysville, Mo....................L 23-- 46 12/31/1941......t......Emporia.............................L 13-- 18 >>> Northwestern Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 12/5/1960...............Wichita............................. W 78-- 60 12/6/1961...............Evanston, Ill...................... W 61-- 56 >>> Northwestern Oklahoma State Tot: 12-- 2 H: 9--0 A: 3--1 N: 0-- 1 1/5/1925.................Alva, Okla...........................L 34-- 38 1/6/1925.................Alva, Okla......................... W 44-- 33 1/9/1925.................Wichita............................. W 42-- 31 1/10/1925...............Wichita............................. W 47-- 26 12/16/1926.............Wichita............................. W 33-- 18 12/19/1927.............Wichita............................. W 46-- 35 12/20/1927.............Wichita............................. W 51-- 31 1/4/1929.................Wichita............................. W 36-- 33 1/5/1929.................Wichita............................. W 43-- 27 12/14/1931.............Wichita............................. W 26-- 19 12/21/1931.............Alva, Okla......................... W 47-- 28 12/22/1931.............Alva, Okla......................... W 30-- 25 1/1/1935..........t......Winfield.............................L 36-- 37 1/3/1946.................Wichita............................. W 50-- 30 >>> Northwestern State Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/7/2002...............Wichita............................. W 74-- 55 12/3/2005...............Wichita............................. W 57-- 55 >>> Notre Dame Tot: 1-- 2 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 1 1/24/1990...............South Bend, Ind.................L 78-- 88 1/10/1991...............Wichita............................. W 60-- 50 3/26/2015........r......Cleveland, Ohio..................L 70-- 81

O >>> Ohio Tot: 1-- 1 H: 1--1 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/14/1961.............Wichita............................. W 58-- 55 12/7/1984........t......Wichita...............................L 55-- 56 >>> Ohio State Tot: 2-- 3 H: 1--1 A: 0--2 N: 1-- 0 12/17/1960.............Wichita...............................L 82-- 93 12/8/1961...............Columbus, Ohio..................L 62-- 85 12/29/1962.............Wichita............................. W 71-- 54 12/21/1963.............Columbus, Ohio..................L 60-- 78 3/30/2013........r......Los Angeles, Calif.............. W 70-- 66 >>> Oklahoma Tot: 2-- 4 H: 1--2 A: 1--2 N: 0-- 0 1/2/1936.................Wichita...............................L 37-- 40 12/12/1936.............Norman, Okla.....................L 27-- 36 1/21/1943...............Wichita...............................L 39-- 69 12/21/1974.............Norman, Okla.....................L 55-- 75

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12/20/1975.............Wichita............................. W 65-- 60 12/10/2016.............Oklahoma City.................. W 76-- 73 12/16/2017.............Wichita >>> Oklahoma Baptist Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 1/4/1930.................Shawnee, Okla................. W 37-- 26 12/5/1950...............Wichita............................. W 53-- 45 >>> Oklahoma Christian Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 3/14/1910...............Oklahoma City.................. W 34-- 18 12/8/1973...............Wichita............................. W 91-- 51 >>> Oklahoma City Tot: 18-- 17 H: 10--7 A: 7--10 N: 1-- 0 1/7/1928.................Wichita............................. W 42-- 13 1/9/1930.................Oklahoma City.................. W 39-- 29 3/5/1931.................Winfield........................... W 33-- 21 12/28/1934.............Oklahoma City......OT..........L 46-- 52 2/20/1937...............Oklahoma City....................L 38-- 50 3/1/1937.................Wichita...............................L 32-- 39 12/16/1938.............Oklahoma City....................L 18-- 26 2/6/1939.................Wichita...............................L 23-- 25 12/19/1946.............Oklahoma City.................. W 56-- 41 1/7/1947.................Wichita............................. W 74-- 34 2/4/1949.................Wichita...............................L 39-- 40 2/14/1949...............Oklahoma City....................L 42-- 49 12/10/1949.............Wichita............................. W 51-- 37 1/30/1950...............Oklahoma City....................L 41-- 46 1/4/1951.................Wichita...............................L 43-- 48 2/28/1951...............Oklahoma City....................L 45-- 52 1/9/1952.................Wichita...............................L 46-- 53 2/23/1952...............Oklahoma City....................L 51-- 76 1/23/1953...............Wichita............................. W 66-- 62 2/14/1953...............Oklahoma City....................L 69-- 75 2/13/1954...............Wichita............................. W 79-- 65 3/3/1954.................Oklahoma City.................. W 76-- 60 2/19/1955...............Wichita............................. W 54-- 50 3/3/1955.................Oklahoma City.................. W 69-- 59 1/24/1956...............Wichita...............................L 55-- 56 2/6/1956.................Oklahoma City....................L 59-- 63 1/31/1957...............Oklahoma City....................L 70-- 84 2/21/1957...............Wichita............................. W 73-- 65 1/21/1961...............Wichita............................. W 92-- 72 2/17/1962...............Wichita............................. W 101-- 84 12/28/1963......t......Oklahoma City.................. W 80-- 47 1/10/1977...............Oklahoma City.................. W 72-- 66 2/14/1977...............Wichita...............................L 63-- 81 2/6/1978.................Wichita............................. W 75-- 60 3/2/1981.................Oklahoma City.................. W 96-- 86 >>> Oklahoma State Tot: 8-- 30 H: 5--15 A: 2--15 N: 1-- 0 12/12/1934.............Stillwater, Okla...................L 17-- 24 12/18/1934.............Wichita...............................L 22-- 29 12/23/1941.............Wichita...............................L 17-- 30 12/18/1942.............Wichita...............................L 22-- 31 1/15/1946....... *......Stillwater, Okla...................L 41-- 52 2/26/1946....... *......Wichita...............................L 24-- 35 1/17/1947....... *......Wichita...............................L 38-- 47 2/18/1947....... *......Stillwater, Okla...................L 28-- 57 1/26/1948....... *......Stillwater, Okla...................L 22-- 60 2/21/1948....... *......Wichita...............................L 29-- 41 2/19/1949....... *......Wichita...............................L 37-- 39 3/3/1949......... *......Stillwater, Okla...................L 36-- 60 1/7/1950......... *......Wichita............................. W 38-- 37 2/21/1950....... *......Stillwater, Okla...................L 40-- 59 1/8/1951......... *......Stillwater, Okla...................L 45-- 64 2/24/1951....... *......Wichita...............................L 50-- 61 1/17/1952....... *......Wichita...............................L 45-- 49 3/1/1952......... *......Stillwater, Okla...................L 34-- 47 1/28/1953....... *......Stillwater, Okla...................L 59-- 73 2/12/1953....... *......Wichita............................. W 73-- 62 2/4/1954......... *......Wichita...............................L 51-- 59 2/24/1954....... *......Stillwater, Okla................. W 67-- 66 1/11/1955....... *......Stillwater, Okla...................L 53-- 69 2/22/1955....... *......Wichita............................. W 41-- 39 1/10/1956....... *......Wichita...............................L 54-- 61 2/28/1956....... *......Stillwater, Okla.....OT..........L 62-- 65 1/24/1957....... *......Stillwater, Okla................. W 52-- 48 3/2/1957......... *......Wichita.................OT..........L 63-- 69 1/14/1958...............Wichita...............................L 42-- 55 3/8/1958.................Stillwater, Okla...................L 50-- 74 3/13/1965........r......Manhattan, Kan............... W 54-- 46 12/8/1990...............Wichita............................. W 72-- 69 12/14/1991.............Stillwater, Okla...................L 54-- 82 12/1/1999...............Stillwater, Okla...................L 56-- 68 12/6/2000...............Wichita............................. W 61-- 59 12/1/2001...............Stillwater, Okla...................L 59-- 61 12/21/2002.............Wichita...............................L 58-- 68 12/17/2016...... !......Wichita (IBA)......................L 76-- 93 12/9/2017...............Stillwater, Okla.

>>> Oral Roberts Tot: 6-- 5 H: 3--3 A: 3--2 N: 0-- 0 1/3/1977.................Wichita...............................L 64-- 73 1/7/1978.................Tulsa, Okla..........................L 54-- 62 12/22/1979.............Wichita............................. W 70-- 66 12/20/1980.............Tulsa, Okla........................ W 83-- 61 1/6/1988.................Wichita............................. W 94-- 72 12/12/1988.............Tulsa, Okla........................ W 92-- 91 2/18/1995...............Tulsa, Okla........................ W 82-- 62 2/27/1996...............Wichita...............................L 60-- 61 11/30/2002.............Tulsa, Okla..........................L 71-- 76 12/30/2003.............Wichita...............................L 73-- 76 12/7/2013...............Wichita............................. W 71-- 58 >>> Oregon Tot: 3-- 5 H: 3--0 A: 0--3 N: 0-- 2 12/28/1956.............Wichita............................. W 63-- 58 12/12/1958.............Eugene, Ore........................L 57-- 73 12/2/1969...............Wichita............................. W 97-- 84 12/2/1972...............Eugene, Ore........................L 72-- 92 12/3/1976...............Tempe, Ariz........................L 49-- 57 12/10/1983.............Eugene,Ore.........................L 60-- 75 12/3/1984...............Wichita............................. W 63-- 58 11/26/1995..... #......Hilo, Hawaii........................L 64-- 74 >>> Oregon State Tot: 2-- 2 H: 1--0 A: 1--2 N: 0-- 0 12/13/1958.............Corvallis, Ore......................L 55-- 72 12/1/1972...............Corvallis, Ore......................L 73-- 78 11/27/1985.............Wichita.................OT........ W 66-- 63 12/19/1987.............Corvallis, Ore.................... W 60-- 57 >>> Ottawa Tot: 7-- 13 H: 5--5 A: 2--8 N: 0-- 0 3/3/1910.................Ottawa...............................L 24-- 36 2/13/1913...............Wichita...............................L 15-- 48 2/19/1913...............Ottawa...............................L 8-- 80 1/29/1914...............Wichita............................. W 55-- 18 2/16/1914...............Ottawa...............................L 35-- 39 1/15/1915...............Ottawa...............................L 20-- 35 2/19/1915...............Wichita...............................L 25-- 27 2/17/1916...............Ottawa.................OT..........L 30-- 36 2/28/1916...............Wichita...............................L 29-- 39 2/15/1917...............Ottawa...............................L 5-- 36 3/1/1917.................Wichita...............................L 14-- 32 1/26/1920...............Ottawa...............................L 24-- 31 3/2/1920.................Wichita...............................L 32-- 43 2/19/1921...............Ottawa...............................L 23-- 42 3/1/1921.................Wichita............................. W 26-- 21 2/20/1923...............Wichita............................. W 43-- 9 2/12/1924...............Wichita............................. W 26-- 21 2/29/1924...............Ottawa............................. W 32-- 17 2/6/1925.................Ottawa............................. W 20-- 15 12/30/1942.............Wichita............................. W 42-- 35

P >>> Pacific Tot: 3-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 12/18/1953.............Wichita............................. W 85-- 49 12/30/1982.............Stockton, Calif.................. W 75-- 66 11/29/1986.............Wichita............................. W 71-- 60 >>> Panhandle State Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/18/2005.............Wichita............................. W 83-- 55 >>> Pepperdine Tot: 0-- 5 H: 0--2 A: 0--3 N: 0-- 0 12/22/1951.............Malibu, Calif.......................L 69-- 78 12/8/1983...............Malibu, Calif.........OT..........L 66-- 67 12/1/1984...............Wichita...............................L 81-- 83 11/24/1998.............Malibu, Calif.......................L 50-- 60 12/4/1999...............Wichita...............................L 69-- 74 >>> Pittsburg State Tot: 19-- 20 H: 11--5 A: 7--14 N: 1-- 1 1/17/1921...............Wichita............................. W 33-- 25 2/22/1922...............Pittsburg.......................... W 28-- 23 2/23/1922...............Pittsburg.......................... W 35-- 22 2/13/1925...............Pittsburg.......................... W 28-- 23 2/14/1925...............Pittsburg............................L 19-- 23 2/3/1926.................Pittsburg............................L 29-- 35 2/4/1926.................Pittsburg............................L 27-- 35 3/16/1926....... n......Kansas City, Mo..................L 34-- 37 2/1/1927.................Pittsburg............................L 24-- 37 2/7/1927.................Wichita............................. W 27-- 25 1/18/1928...............Pittsburg.......................... W 31-- 27 2/10/1928...............Wichita...............................L 40-- 42 1/29/1929...............Pittsburg............................L 26-- 32 2/5/1929.................Wichita............................. W 38-- 27 3/7/1929..........t......Winfield........................... W 28-- 25 1/28/1930...............Wichita...............................L 46-- 55

2/11/1930...............Pittsburg............................L 36-- 44 1/24/1931...............Pittsburg............................L 17-- 22 2/24/1931...............Wichita...............................L 19-- 21 1/30/1932...............Wichita............................. W 38-- 36 2/15/1932...............Pittsburg............................L 28-- 34 1/11/1933...............Pittsburg............................L 22-- 52 2/18/1933...............Wichita............................. W 38-- 35 2/9/1935.................Wichita...............................L 19-- 28 2/19/1935...............Pittsburg.......................... W 36-- 30 12/18/1935.............Pittsburg............................L 32-- 34 12/19/1935.............Pittsburg............................L 18-- 40 2/3/1936.................Wichita............................. W 34-- 33 2/4/1936.................Wichita............................. W 43-- 40 1/13/1937...............Pittsburg............................L 34-- 39 2/16/1937...............Wichita............................. W 29-- 22 2/17/1937...............Wichita............................. W 41-- 29 2/9/1938.................Pittsburg.......................... W 36-- 33 2/10/1938...............Pittsburg............................L 28-- 32 2/15/1938...............Wichita............................. W 41-- 35 1/20/1939...............Pittsburg............................L 26-- 36 2/15/1939...............Wichita............................. W 39-- 37 2/7/1940.................Wichita...............................L 27-- 43 3/1/1940.................Pittsburg.......................... W 34-- 32 >>> Pittsburgh Tot: 2-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 2-- 1 12/26/1964......t......Philadelphia..................... W 109-- 58 11/23/2009......t......Kansas City, Mo..................L 55-- 68 3/21/2013....... $......Salt Lake City, Utah.......... W 73-- 55 >>> Portland Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 12/7/1953...............Portland, Ore.................... W 97-- 63 12/6/1985........t......Wichita............................. W 76-- 56 >>> Prairie View A&M Tot: 3-- 0 H: 3--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/21/1996.............Wichita............................. W 95-- 62 11/22/1997.............Wichita............................. W 67-- 52 11/27/1999.............Wichita............................. W 93-- 69 >>> Princeton Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 3/20/1965........ f......Portland, Ore......................L 82-- 118 >>> Providence Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 12/11/2004.............Providence, R.I................. W 90-- 86 11/30/2005.............Wichita............................. W 82-- 74 >>> Purdue Tot: 2-- 4 H: 1--2 A: 1--2 N: 0-- 0 12/11/1961.............West Lafayette, Ind.......... W 71-- 68 12/8/1962...............Wichita............................. W 79-- 59 12/8/1986...............West Lafayette, Ind............L 61-- 77 12/3/1987...............Wichita.................OT..........L 78-- 80 12/18/1989.............Wichita...............................L 54-- 62 12/19/1988.............W. Lafayette, Ind................L 61-- 71

Q R >>> Radford Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 2/29/1988...............Wichita............................. W 98-- 75 11/17/2001......t......Fairbanks, Alaska............. W 82-- 81 >>> Regis Tot: 3-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 12/20/1948.............Denver, Colo.........OT........ W 42-- 40 12/15/1953.............Wichita............................. W 82-- 58 12/14/1954.............Wichita............................. W 80-- 53 >>> Rhode Island Tot: 1-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/30/1965.............Oklahoma City.................. W 96-- 93 >>> Rice Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/28/1949.............Houston, Texas...................L 66-- 72 >>> Rider Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/25/1991.............Wichita............................. W 78-- 39


SECTIONRECORDS SERIES TITLE >>> Rockhurst Tot: 3-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 0 1/30/1943...............Kansas City, Mo................ W 32-- 31 12/6/2003...............Wichita............................. W 84-- 59 11/11/2006.............Wichita............................. W 71-- 47 >>> Rutgers Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 11/29/1998..... #......Honolulu, Hawaii...............L 64-- 74

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12/4/1976...............Tempe, Ariz...................... W 75-- 62 12/4/2010...............San Diego, Calif..................L 69-- 83 >>> San Francisco Tot: 5-- 4 H: 2--1 A: 1--1 N: 2-- 2 12/17/1952.............Wichita............................. W 64-- 59 12/20/1954......t......Oklahoma City....................L 75-- 94 12/20/1955.............Wichita...............................L 65-- 75 12/16/1958.............San Francisco, Calif.............L 46-- 47 12/29/1958......t......Oklahoma City.................. W 86-- 68 12/28/1970......t......Oklahoma City.................. W 62-- 57 12/30/1981..... #......Honolulu, Hawaii...............L 74-- 84 12/1/2004...............Wichita............................. W 65-- 55 12/6/2005...............San Francisco, Calif........... W 75-- 67

>>> Saint Louis Tot: 23-- 41 H: 15--17 A: 8--24 N: 0-- 0 12/17/1936.............St. Louis, Mo.......................L 24-- 26 2/3/1937.................Wichita............................. W 32-- 31 1/19/1946...............St. Louis, Mo.......................L 42-- 60 2/1/1947......... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 32-- 65 2/7/1947......... *......Wichita...............................L 40-- 49 2/7/1948......... *......Wichita...............................L 41-- 52 3/4/1948......... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 44-- 63 1/29/1949....... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 41-- 72 2/17/1949....... *......Wichita...............................L 45-- 62 1/17/1950....... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 60-- 73 2/14/1950....... *......Wichita...............................L 54-- 61 2/6/1951......... *......Wichita...............................L 48-- 49 2/17/1951....... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 53-- 83 12/15/1951..... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 45-- 71 2/2/1952......... *......Wichita...............................L 63-- 64 1/7/1953......... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 76-- 92 2/3/1953......... *......Wichita...............................L 68-- 78 1/23/1954....... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 58-- 74 2/18/1954....... *......Wichita............................. W 79-- 73 1/22/1955....... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 71-- 73 2/17/1955....... *......Wichita...............................L 78-- 91 2/2/1956......... *......Wichita...............................L 88-- 90 2/18/1956....... *......St. Louis, Mo........2OT....... W 109-- 103 1/9/1957......... *......Wichita............................. W 69-- 64 2/16/1957....... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 68-- 78 1/30/1958....... *......Wichita...............................L 73-- 81 2/8/1958......... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 73-- 78 1/10/1959....... *......Wichita...............................L 72-- 75 2/28/1959....... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 70-- 80 2/4/1960......... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 67-- 75 2/18/1960....... *......Wichita...............................L 64-- 68 1/7/1961......... *......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 70-- 61 2/25/1961....... *......Wichita...............................L 78-- 91 1/13/1962....... *......Wichita............................. W 88-- 75 2/10/1962....... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 68-- 86 1/10/1963....... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 65 2/9/1963......... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 61-- 68 1/13/1964....... *......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 69-- 56 2/22/1964....... *......Wichita............................. W 86-- 71 1/16/1965....... *......Wichita............................. W 75-- 64 2/6/1965......... *......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 70-- 64 1/8/1966......... *......Wichita............................. W 79-- 74 2/5/1966......... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 78-- 101 1/7/1967......... *......St. Louis, Mo.........OT........ W 70-- 68 2/4/1967......... *......Wichita............................. W 63-- 61 1/6/1968......... *......Wichita............................. W 77-- 72 2/3/1968......... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 73-- 92 12/17/1968..... *......Wichita...............................L 89-- 99 2/8/1969......... *......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 85-- 73 12/16/1969..... *......Wichita............................. W 82-- 78 2/7/1970......... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 72-- 82 2/8/1971......... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 71-- 76 2/25/1971....... *......Wichita.................OT..........L 72-- 73 1/15/1972....... *......Wichita............................. W 57-- 49 2/5/1972......... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 60-- 63 1/25/1973....... *......Wichita...............................L 66-- 75 2/2/1974......... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 70-- 71 2/9/1974......... *......Wichita...............................L 77-- 79 1/18/1975...............St. Louis, Mo.......................L 67-- 77 3/1/1975.................Wichita............................. W 62-- 60 12/1/2013...............St. Louis, Mo..................... W 70-- 65 12/6/2014........ !......Wichita (IBA).................... W 81-- 52 12/5/2015...............St. Louis, Mo..................... W 68-- 53 12/6/2016...............Wichita............................. W 75-- 45

>>> South Florida (USF) Tot: 0-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 1/7/2018......... *......Wichita

>>> Sam Houston State Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/27/1996......t......Wichita............................. W 70-- 51

>>> Southeastern Oklahoma State Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/29/1938......t......Oklahoma City....................L 30-- 34

>>> Samford Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/18/1979.............Wichita............................. W 97-- 70

>>> Southern Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 3/13/1981....... $......Wichita............................. W 95-- 70

>>> San Diego State Tot: 5-- 1 H: 2--0 A: 2--1 N: 1-- 0 12/19/1951.............San Diego, Calif................ W 74-- 59 12/20/1951.............San Diego, Calif................ W 72-- 63 12/23/1952.............Wichita............................. W 78-- 56 12/20/1966.............Wichita............................. W 68-- 54

>>> Southern California Tot: 2-- 2 H: 1--1 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 1 12/17/1935.............Wichita...............................L 37-- 40 12/20/1958.............Wichita............................. W 82-- 70 12/23/2006......t......Las Vegas, Nev....................L 56-- 60 11/26/2015......t......Lake Buena Vista, Fla..........L 69-- 72

>>> San Fransciso State Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/7/1979........t......Wichita............................. W 75-- 43 >>> San Jose State Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/2/1978........t......Tempe, Ariz..........OT..........L 80-- 82 >>> Santa Clara Tot: 2-- 1 H: 2--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/26/1955.............Wichita............................. W 69-- 60 12/21/1961.............Wichita............................. W 60-- 48 12/11/1962.............Santa Clara, Calif................L 65-- 72 >>> Savannah State Tot: 0-- 0 H: 0--0 11/28/2017.............Wichita

A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0

>>> Seattle Tot: 2-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 1--1 N: 0-- 0 12/3/1953...............Seattle, Wash................... W 82-- 68 12/4/1953...............Seattle, Wash.....................L 77-- 89 1/20/1955...............Wichita............................. W 74-- 71 >>> Seton Hall Tot: 2-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 1-- 0 3/16/2006....... $......Greensboro, N.C................ W 86-- 66 12/9/2014...............Wichita............................. W 77-- 68 12/19/2015.............Newark, N.J..........OT..........L 76-- 80 >>> Siena Tot: 1-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 11/28/2008......t......Lake Buena Vista, Fla........ W 72-- 70 >>> South Carolina State Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/11/2016.............Wichita............................. W 85-- 39 >>> South Carolina Upstate Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/5/2009...............Wichita............................. W 72-- 45 >>> South Dakota Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/2/1974...............Wichita............................. W 88-- 64 12/14/1978.............Wichita............................. W 93-- 75 >>> South Dakota State Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/21/1977.............Wichita............................. W 104-- 83 12/22/2016.............Wichita............................. W 89-- 67 12/5/2017...............Wichita >>> South Dakota Wesleyan Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 1/2/1947..........t......Emporia.............................L 35-- 37

>>> Southern Illinois Tot: 47-- 48 H: 32--17 A: 14--30 N: 1-- 1 1/11/1965...............Wichita............................. W 94-- 81 12/20/1965.............Carbondale, Ill....................L 68-- 89 3/1/1966.................Wichita............................. W 87-- 80 1/21/1967...............Wichita...............................L 55-- 77 1/20/1968...............Carbondale, Ill....................L 72-- 81 12/5/1968...............Wichita...............................L 51-- 58 12/18/1971.............Wichita............................. W 91-- 83 2/16/1974...............Carbondale, Ill....................L 77-- 84 1/10/1976....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 59-- 61 2/14/1976....... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 64 1/13/1977....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 59-- 60 2/5/1977......... *......Wichita................2OT....... W 90-- 91 1/23/1978....... *......Wichita...............................L 59-- 66 2/11/1978....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 53-- 60 1/6/1979......... *......Wichita...............................L 79-- 89 1/29/1979....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 81-- 82 1/12/1980....... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 68-- 45 2/16/1980....... *......Wichita............................. W 81-- 68 1/17/1981....... *......Wichita............................. W 73-- 47 2/9/1981......... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 81-- 61 3/3/1981..........c......Wichita............................. W 77-- 57 2/20/1982....... *......Wichita............................. W 86-- 75 1/29/1983....... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 100-- 78 3/5/1983......... *......Wichita............................. W 109-- 83 1/14/1984....... *......Wichita............................. W 73-- 63 1/21/1984....... *......Carbondale, Ill.....2OT.........L 79-- 84 3/6/1984..........c......Wichita............................. W 107-- 77 2/2/1985......... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 92-- 76 2/7/1985......... *......Wichita............................. W 80-- 56 3/5/1985..........c......Wichita............................. W 69-- 66 1/30/1986....... *......Wichita...............................L 57-- 65 2/13/1986....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 71-- 72 1/17/1987....... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 81-- 65 2/7/1987......... *......Wichita............................. W 90-- 67 2/8/1988......... *......Wichita............................. W 89-- 87 2/13/1988....... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 83-- 81 1/9/1989......... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 75-- 79 2/25/1989....... *......Wichita............................. W 91-- 68 2/19/1990....... *......Wichita............................. W 79-- 72 2/26/1990....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 67-- 81 1/19/1991....... *......Wichita............................. W 68-- 65 2/16/1991....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 65-- 90 12/28/1991..... *......Wichita...............................L 64-- 66 2/17/1992....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 55-- 69 3/7/1992..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 63-- 67 1/23/1993....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 67-- 85 2/20/1993....... *......Wichita...............................L 76-- 85 12/22/1993..... *......Wichita...............................L 64-- 72 1/22/1994....... *......Carbondale, Ind..................L 79-- 95 1/7/1995......... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 60-- 76 1/20/1996....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 54-- 76 2/5/1996......... *......Wichita............................. W 59-- 56 2/5/1997......... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 56-- 60 2/17/1997....... *......Wichita............................. W 92-- 82 1/17/1998....... *......Wichita............................. W 58-- 57 2/24/1998....... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 70-- 66 1/13/1999....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 55-- 67 1/21/1999....... *......Wichita...............................L 52-- 58 1/16/2000....... *......Wichita...............................L 79-- 87 2/10/2000....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 63-- 72 1/17/2001....... *......Wichita.................OT..........L 72-- 80 2/21/2001....... *......Carbondale, Ill.....2OT.........L 62-- 68 1/10/2002....... *......Wichita............................. W 88-- 79 2/6/2002......... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 58-- 78 1/15/2003....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 64-- 69 2/1/2003......... *......Wichita...............................L 59-- 94 1/11/2004....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 64-- 73 1/28/2004....... *......Wichita...............................L 79-- 84 1/22/2005....... *......Wichita............................. W 58-- 56 2/26/2005....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 55-- 65 1/2/2006......... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 49-- 58 2/4/2006......... *......Wichita................2OT....... W 71-- 63 1/1/2007......... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 68-- 73 2/3/2007......... *......Wichita...............................L 46-- 54 1/19/2008....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 52-- 63 2/16/2008....... *......Wichita.................OT..........L 67-- 74 1/7/2009......... *......Wichita...............................L 62-- 74 2/28/2009....... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 68-- 72 1/31/2010....... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 55-- 54 2/27/2010....... *......Wichita............................. W 76-- 55 1/26/2011....... *......Carbondale, Ind................ W 74-- 64 2/8/2011......... *......Wichita...............................L 53-- 56 1/7/2012......... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 83-- 73 1/21/2012....... *......Wichita............................. W 85-- 42 1/9/2013......... *......Wichita............................. W 82-- 76 2/5/2013......... *......Carbondale, Ill....................L 62-- 64 1/2/2014......... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 82-- 67 2/11/2014....... *......Wichita............................. W 78-- 67 1/14/2015....... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 55 2/17/2015....... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 84-- 62 3/6/2015..........c......St. Louis, Mo..................... W 56-- 45 1/9/2016......... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 83-- 58 2/3/2016......... *......Wichita............................. W 76-- 55 1/24/2017....... *......Wichita............................. W 87-- 45 2/15/2017....... *......Carbondale, Ill.................. W 87-- 68

>>> Southern Methodist (SMU) Tot: 4-- 5 H: 3--1 A: 0--4 N: 1-- 0 12/22/1955.............Wichita...............................L 67-- 85 12/11/1956.............Dallas, Texas.......................L 70-- 93 3/12/1965........r......Manhattan, N.Y................ W 86-- 81 12/5/1970...............Dallas, Texas.......................L 85-- 95 12/10/1971.............Wichita............................. W 91-- 69 12/4/1993...............Dallas, Texas.......................L 59-- 65 11/26/1994.............Wichita............................. W 78-- 67 12/2/1995...............Dallas, Texas.......................L 46-- 65 11/30/1996.............Wichita............................. W 62-- 44 1/17/2018....... *......Wichita 2/24/2018....... *......Dallas, Texas >>> Southern Mississippi Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/22/2012...... !......Wichita (IBA).................... W 59-- 51 >>> Southern Nazarene Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 11/29/2016.............Wichita............................. W 87-- 57 >>> Southwestern (Kan.) Tot: 29-- 55 H: 15--26 A: 14--29 N: 0-- 0 1/19/1907...............Wichita............................. W 41-- 27 2/16/1907...............Winfield.............................L 25-- 55 1/18/1908...............Winfield.............................L 18-- 65 2/7/1908.................Wichita...............................L 32-- 54 1/12/1909...............Winfield.............................L 26-- 71 2/18/1910...............Winfield.............................L 21-- 68 3/11/1910...............Wichita...............................L 27-- 83 1/21/1911...............Wichita...............................L 16-- 59 3/4/1911.................Winfield.............................L 31-- 70 1/20/1912...............Wichita...............................L 24-- 54 2/24/1912...............Winfield.............................L 36-- 45 2/23/1914...............Wichita...............................L 35-- 31 2/24/1914...............Winfield.............................L 24-- 30 2/4/1915.................Wichita...............................L 23-- 26 3/6/1915.................Winfield.............................L 21-- 32 2/14/1916...............Wichita............................. W 26-- 23 3/6/1916.................Winfield.............................L 28-- 41 2/19/1917...............Wichita...............................L 17-- 46 2/5/1918.................Winfield.............................L 24-- 37 2/25/1918...............Wichita...............................L 12-- 25 1/14/1919...............Winfield.............................L 12-- 51 2/25/1919...............Wichita...............................L 22-- 41 1/31/1920...............Winfield.............................L 24-- 34 2/26/1920...............Wichita...............................L 22-- 32 2/3/1921.................Wichita............................. W 24-- 23 2/26/1921...............Winfield........................... W 26-- 22 2/13/1922...............Winfield.............................L 23-- 36 2/15/1922...............Wichita...............................L 18-- 24 2/12/1923...............Winfield.............................L 14-- 27 2/14/1923...............Wichita...............................L 20-- 21 2/13/1924...............Winfield.............................L 23-- 24 2/23/1924...............Wichita...............................L 21-- 31 2/26/1925...............Wichita...............................L 24-- 50 3/2/1925.................Winfield.............................L 26-- 38 2/23/1926...............Winfield.............................L 16-- 38 2/27/1926...............Wichita............................. W 39-- 33 3/9/1926.................Winfield........................... W 31-- 26 2/22/1927...............Winfield........................... W 35-- 21 3/1/1927.................Wichita............................. W 37-- 33 2/24/1928...............Wichita............................. W 31-- 21 3/1/1928.................Winfield........................... W 30-- 18 2/19/1929...............Wichita............................. W 26-- 25 3/4/1929.................Winfield........................... W 33-- 22 3/9/1929..........t......Winfield.............................L 23-- 29 2/14/1930...............Winfield........................... W 41-- 26 2/27/1930...............Wichita...............................L 26-- 27 2/7/1931.................Wichita............................. W 32-- 17 2/27/1931...............Winfield........................... W 26-- 16 1/15/1932...............Winfield........................... W 37-- 15 2/23/1932...............Wichita............................. W 42-- 23 1/17/1933...............Wichita............................. W 45-- 33 2/27/1933...............Winfield........................... W 39-- 31 1/15/1935...............Wichita...............................L 28-- 44 2/5/1935.................Winfield........................... W 30-- 27 1/31/1936...............Winfield.............................L 32-- 41 2/7/1936.................Wichita...............................L 28-- 35 2/11/1936...............Winfield.............................L 22-- 35 3/7/1936.................Wichita...............................L 25-- 34 1/9/1937.................Wichita...............................L 32-- 45 1/25/1937...............Winfield.............................L 35-- 46 3/5/1937.................Wichita...............................L 36-- 43 1/5/1938.................Winfield.............................L 23-- 39 2/5/1938.................Wichita...............................L 23-- 40 3/3/1938.................Winfield.............................L 25-- 43 1/11/1939...............Winfield.............................L 32-- 51 2/25/1939...............Wichita...............................L 30-- 33 1/13/1940...............Wichita............................. W 24-- 14 2/23/1940...............Winfield.............................L 27-- 50 2/8/1941.................Winfield.............................L 36-- 60 2/25/1941...............Wichita...............................L 37-- 46 1/16/1942...............Winfield.............................L 24-- 50 2/14/1942...............Wichita...............................L 31-- 56

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SECTIONRECORDS SERIES TITLE 1/19/1943...............Winfield.............................L 24-- 34 2/2/1943.................Wichita...............................L 28-- 40 12/11/1945.............Wichita............................. W 40-- 27 2/15/1946...............Winfield........................... W 46-- 44 1/14/1947...............Wichita.................OT..........L 41-- 43 3/3/1947.................Winfield.............................L 31-- 41 1/31/1948...............Wichita............................. W 65-- 37 3/1/1948.................Winfield........................... W 64-- 56 1/28/1952...............Winfield........................... W 91-- 63 1/31/1952...............Wichita............................. W 57-- 27 12/2/1952...............Wichita............................. W 86-- 73 1/26/1953...............Winfield........................... W 93-- 75 >>> Springfield (Mass.) Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/27/1952.............Wichita............................. W 94-- 74 >>> St. Bonaventure Tot: 1-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--1 N: 1-- 0 12/31/1953.............Buffalo, N.Y....................... W 77-- 71 12/7/1957...............St. Bonaventure,N.Y............L 52-- 61 >>> St. Louis (see Saint Louis) >>> St. John's (N.Y.) Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 3/13/1987....... n......Rosemont, Ill......................L 55-- 57 >>> St. Joseph’s (Pa.) Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/29/1964......t......Philadelphia.......................L 69-- 76 >>> St. Mary’s (Calif.) Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/15/1959.............Wichita............................. W 74-- 58 >>> St. Mary’s (Kan.) Tot: 4-- 1 H: 0--1 A: 4--0 N: 0-- 0 2/16/1911...............St. Mary’s......................... W 51-- 39 2/16/1916...............Wichita...............................L 25-- 26 2/17/1921...............St. Mary’s......................... W 30-- 19 1/16/1926...............St. Mary’s......................... W 27-- 26 1/18/1927...............St. Mary’s......................... W 33-- 25 >>> St. Peter’s (N.J.) Tot: 0-- 3 H: 0--2 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 2/12/1991...............E. Rutherford, N.J...............L 59-- 74 1/4/1992.................Wichita...............................L 68-- 71 12/29/1995......t......Wichita...............................L 48-- 56 >>> Stanford Tot: 0-- 1 H: 0--1 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 3/23/2009....... n......Wichita...............................L 56-- 70 >>> Sterling Tot: 21-- 2 H: 13--0 A: 8--1 N: 0-- 1 3/6/1908.................Wichita............................. W 99-- 31 1/10/1911...............Wichita............................. W 59-- 29 1/16/1911...............Sterling............................ W 27-- 24 2/2/1912.................Wichita............................. W 54-- 26 2/17/1912...............Sterling............................ W 27-- 17 12/12/1912.............Wichita............................. W 34-- 21 1/17/1913...............Sterling..............................L 38-- 61 1/15/1914...............Wichita............................. W 35-- 29 1/31/1914...............Sterling............................ W 44-- 33 1/20/1915...............Wichita............................. W 50-- 20 2/26/1915...............Sterling............................ W 43-- 14 1/14/1916...............Wichita............................. W 41-- 22 2/1/1916.................Sterling............................ W 49-- 27 1/11/1917...............Wichita............................. W 40-- 26 1/10/1919...............Wichita............................. W 33-- 17 1/13/1920...............Wichita............................. W 69-- 18 3/3/1920.................Sterling............................ W 51-- 24 2/2/1922.................Wichita............................. W 39-- 15 3/2/1922.................Sterling............................ W 38-- 21 2/9/1927.................Wichita............................. W 39-- 21 1/4/1940.................Sterling............................ W 46-- 31 1/2/1942..........t......Emporia.............................L 25-- 28 12/8/1942...............Wichita............................. W 47-- 13 >>> Stetson Tot: 1-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/30/1990..... #......Honolulu, Hawaii............. W 69-- 58 >>> Stony Brook Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/21/1999.............Wichita............................. W 79-- 48 >>> Syracuse Tot: 1-- 2 H: 0--0 A: 1--1 N: 0-- 1 12/26/1986..... #......Honolulu, Hawaii...............L 69-- 83 12/30/1991.............Syracuse, N.Y......................L 63-- 88 12/2/2006...............Syracuse, N.Y.................... W 64-- 61

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T >>> TCU Tot: 6-- 2 H: 6--0 A: 0--2 N: 0-- 0 12/25/1931.............Wichita............................. W 31-- 27 12/20/1949.............Wichita............................. W 65-- 48 12/27/1949.............Ft. Worth, Texas..................L 22-- 54 12/19/1955.............Wichita.................OT........ W 79-- 69 12/15/1956.............Wichita............................. W 95-- 76 12/26/1975.............Wichita............................. W 84-- 65 12/8/2008...............Ft. Worth, Texas..................L 48-- 57 12/12/2009.............Wichita............................. W 80-- 68 >>> Temple Tot: 0-- 3 H: 0--2 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/22/1983.............Wichita...............................L 73-- 78 12/7/1985........t......Wichita...............................L 60-- 62 11/20/2011......t......San Juan, P.R........OT..........L 74-- 78 2/1/2018......... *......Philadelphia, Pa. 2/15/2018....... *......Wichita >>> Tennessee Tot: 3-- 1 H: 1--0 A: 0--1 N: 2-- 0 12/27/1990..... #......Honolulu, Hawaii............. W 77-- 73 3/18/2006....... $......Greensboro, N.C................ W 80-- 73 12/13/2012.............Knoxville, Tenn...................L 60-- 69 12/14/2013.............Wichita (IBA).................... W 70-- 61 >>> Tennessee State Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/4/2000...............Wichita............................. W 73-- 49 11/16/2013.... ^......Wichita............................. W 85-- 71 >>> Texas Tot: 2-- 1 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 1 12/20/1957.............Wichita............................. W 82-- 66 12/16/1963.............Wichita............................. W 76-- 57 12/27/1968......t......Davidson, N.C.....................L 81-- 84 >>> Texas A&M Tot: 4-- 1 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 2-- 1 12/27/1961......t......Oklahoma City......OT........ W 71-- 69 12/27/1963......t......Oklahoma City.................. W 70-- 56 12/23/1968.............Wichita............................. W 79-- 60 1/5/1973..........t......Houston, Texas...................L 86-- 102 >>> Texas A&M - Kingsville Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/19/1992.............Wichita............................. W 75-- 64 >>> Texas Southern Tot: 3-- 0 H: 3--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 11/20/2005.... ^......Wichita............................. W 86-- 54 12/3/2009...............Wichita............................. W 74-- 43 11/16/2010.............Wichita............................. W 79-- 67 >>> Texas Tech Tot: 3-- 1 H: 2--0 A: 1--1 N: 0-- 0 12/18/1965.............Wichita............................. W 105-- 84 12/3/1966...............Lubbock, Texas................. W 90-- 77 12/3/2008...............Lubbock, Texas...................L 69-- 72 12/19/2009.............Wichita............................. W 85-- 83 >>> Texas-Arlington Tot: 5-- 1 H: 5--1 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/18/1978.............Wichita............................. W 104-- 72 11/26/2000.............Wichita............................. W 64-- 50 11/28/2001.............Wichita............................. W 102-- 89 11/23/2002.............Wichita............................. W 76-- 74 12/22/2003.............Wichita............................. W 75-- 61 12/7/2007...............Wichita...............................L 59-- 60 >>> Texas-Pan American Tot: 5-- 1 H: 5--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 11/22/2005.... ^......Wichita............................. W 97-- 66 >>> Texas-San Antonio Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/5/1998...............Wichita............................. W 82-- 73 12/21/2004.............Wichita............................. W 84-- 79 >>> The Citadel Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/30/1994......t......Wichita.................OT........ W 64-- 62 >>> Trinity (Texas) Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/11/1948.............Wichita............................. W 73-- 39

>>> Tulane Tot: 0-- 0 H: 0--0 2/21/2018....... *......Wichita

A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0

>>> Tulsa Tot: 65-- 61 H: 37--23 A: 27--35 N: 1-- 3 1/6/1931.................Wichita...............................L 30-- 32 1/15/1931...............Tulsa, Okla............OT........ W 28-- 26 12/14/1935.............Wichita............................. W 29-- 21 2/5/1946......... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 42-- 35 2/9/1946......... *......Wichita............................. W 33-- 29 1/24/1947....... *......Wichita...............................L 34-- 35 2/21/1947....... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 29-- 23 1/17/1948....... *......Wichita.................OT..........L 44-- 45 1/27/1948....... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 54-- 48 2/12/1949....... *......Wichita............................. W 42-- 35 2/22/1949....... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 54-- 43 1/10/1950....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 36-- 42 2/11/1950....... *......Wichita...............................L 40-- 44 1/6/1951......... *......Wichita............................. W 51-- 44 2/27/1951....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 49-- 58 1/7/1952......... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 46-- 74 2/28/1952....... *......Wichita...............................L 53-- 61 1/21/1953....... *......Wichita...............................L 82-- 96 2/17/1953....... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 81-- 70 1/9/1954......... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 75-- 65 1/26/1954....... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 51 1/15/1955....... *......Wichita...............................L 65-- 67 3/5/1955......... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 62-- 77 1/14/1956....... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 64-- 56 3/3/1956......... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 51 1/19/1957....... *......Wichita...............................L 60-- 61 2/9/1957......... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 72-- 53 1/18/1958....... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 74-- 63 2/15/1958....... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 64 12/27/1958......t......Oklahoma City....................L 75-- 80 1/17/1959....... *......Wichita............................. W 91-- 71 3/7/1959......... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 61-- 60 1/16/1960....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 64-- 68 3/5/1960......... *......Wichita............................. W 90-- 73 1/28/1961....... *......Wichita............................. W 91-- 74 2/11/1961....... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 87-- 70 1/18/1962....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 77-- 86 3/3/1962......... *......Wichita...............................L 60-- 63 1/15/1963....... *......Tulsa, Okla...........2OT.........L 83-- 85 2/2/1963......... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 38 1/11/1964....... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 88-- 66 2/29/1964....... *......Wichita............................. W 98-- 79 2/18/1965....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 64-- 75 3/1/1965......... *......Wichita............................. W 59-- 48 1/29/1966....... *......Wichita............................. W 87-- 79 3/5/1966......... *......Tulsa, Okla............OT........ W 81-- 79 1/28/1967....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 61-- 68 3/4/1967......... *......Wichita...............................L 57-- 70 1/27/1968....... *......Wichita............................. W 86-- 78 3/9/1968......... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 85-- 81 2/1/1969......... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 69-- 94 3/3/1969......... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 95-- 87 1/31/1970....... *......Wichita...............................L 73-- 81 3/2/1970......... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 92-- 108 1/30/1971....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 86-- 89 3/1/1971......... *......Wichita...............................L 69-- 93 1/29/1972....... *......Wichita............................. W 92-- 60 3/2/1972......... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 83-- 88 1/27/1973....... *......Wichita...............................L 91-- 96 3/3/1973......... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 91-- 97 1/10/1974....... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 81-- 79 2/21/1974....... *......Wichita............................. W 67-- 66 1/23/1975....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 63-- 74 2/15/1975....... *......Wichita............................. W 71-- 67 1/17/1976....... *......Wichita............................. W 75-- 71 2/7/1976......... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 70-- 61 1/20/1977....... *......Wichita............................. W 68-- 48 2/10/1977....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 64-- 71 1/16/1978....... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 102-- 84 2/16/1978....... *......Wichita............................. W 64-- 56 1/13/1979....... *......Tulsa, Okla............OT........ W 94-- 93 1/27/1979....... *......Wichita...............................L 86-- 88 1/7/1980......... *......Wichita............................. W 91-- 83 2/23/1980....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 78-- 79 1/10/1981....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 84-- 91 2/16/1981....... *......Wichita................2OT.........L 72-- 74 1/16/1982....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 88-- 99 2/6/1982......... *......Wichita...............................L 75-- 80 1/13/1983....... *......Wichita............................. W 92-- 74 2/19/1983....... *......Tulsa,Okla......................... W 84-- 81 2/2/1984......... *......Wichita............................. W 66-- 64 2/18/1984....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 97-- 105 3/8/1984..........c......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 80-- 86 2/9/1985......... *......Wichita...............................L 75-- 87 3/2/1985......... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 66-- 67 3/9/1985..........c......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 84-- 82 1/25/1986....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 58-- 69 2/17/1986....... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 62 1/31/1987....... *......Tulsa,Okla...........................L 58-- 72 2/26/1987....... *......Wichita............................. W 63-- 61 3/4/1987..........c......Tulsa, Okla............OT........ W 79-- 74

2/18/1988....... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 59 2/27/1988....... *......Tulsa, Okla...........2OT....... W 79-- 77 3/5/1988..........c......Peoria, Ill.......................... W 74-- 66 1/14/1989....... *......Wichita............................. W 75-- 68 2/16/1989....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 57-- 60 1/18/1990....... *......Wichita............................. W 60-- 59 2/15/1990....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 75-- 78 1/12/1991....... *......Tulsa, Okla........................ W 83-- 74 1/31/1991....... *......Wichita............................. W 65-- 61 3/2/1991..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 52-- 71 2/10/1992....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 66-- 70 2/20/1992....... *......Wichita...............................L 60-- 74 1/31/1993....... *......Wichita.................OT........ W 77-- 76 2/27/1993....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 63-- 80 2/9/1994......... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 64-- 79 2/23/1994....... *......Wichita...............................L 52-- 89 1/12/1995....... *......Wichita...............................L 52-- 79 2/20/1995....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 58-- 67 3/4/1995..........c......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 63-- 77 2/10/1996....... *......Wichita...............................L 47-- 75 2/24/1996....... *......Tulsa, Okla..........................L 66-- 72 12/19/1996.............Wichita...............................L 53-- 56 12/6/1997...............Tulsa, Okla..........................L 40-- 50 12/22/2000.............Tulsa, Okla..........................L 49-- 78 12/8/2001...............Wichita...............................L 76-- 82 12/4/2002...............Tulsa,Okla...........................L 69-- 80 12/20/2003.............Wichita............................. W 66-- 58 12/18/2004.............Tulsa, Okla........................ W 71-- 66 12/21/2010...... !......Wichita (IBA).................... W 82-- 79 12/7/2011...............Tulsa, Okla........................ W 77-- 67 11/28/2012.............Wichita............................. W 86-- 60 11/20/2013.............Tulsa, Okla........................ W 77-- 54 11/29/2014.............Wichita............................. W 75-- 55 11/17/2015.............Tulsa, Okla..........................L 67-- 77 11/16/2016.............Wichita............................. W 80-- 53 1/13/2018....... *......Tulsa, Okla. 2/21/2018....... *......Wichita

U >>> UCLA Tot: 2-- 3 H: 2--0 A: 0--2 N: 0-- 1 12/17/1955.............Wichita............................. W 76-- 68 12/18/1957.............Wichita............................. W 83-- 68 3/19/1965........ f......Portland, Ore......................L 89-- 108 12/8/1967...............Los Angeles........................L 86-- 120 11/29/1974.............Los Angeles........................L 74-- 85 >>> UMKC Tot: 6-- 3 H: 4--1 A: 2--2 N: 0-- 0 12/5/1992...............Wichita............................. W 63-- 56 1/4/1994.................Kansas City, Mo..................L 48-- 68 12/28/2004.............Wichita............................. W 81-- 68 12/17/2005.............Kansas City, Mo................ W 77-- 55 11/29/2006.............Wichita............................. W 85-- 55 12/15/2007.............Kansas City, Mo..................L 56-- 59 11/19/2008.............Wichita...............................L 63-- 66 12/9/2009...............Kansas City, Mo................ W 73-- 52 11/29/2010.............Wichita............................. W 71-- 52 >>> UNLV Tot: 3-- 1 H: 3--0 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 1/21/1978...............Wichita............................. W 87-- 83 1/9/1979.................Las Vegas, Nevada..............L 89-- 111 12/4/2011...............Wichita............................. W 89-- 70 12/9/2015...............Wichita............................. W 56-- 50 >>> Utah Tot: 2-- 7 H: 2--2 A: 0--5 N: 0-- 0 12/3/1955...............Wichita...............................L 51-- 73 12/11/1959.............Salt Lake City, Utah............L 80-- 103 12/12/1959.............Salt Lake City, Utah............L 85-- 88 12/14/1967.............Salt Lake City, Utah............L 91-- 106 12/21/1968.............Wichita............................. W 100-- 92 12/22/1990.............Salt Lake City, Utah............L 48-- 95 12/21/1991.............Wichita...............................L 36-- 58 12/3/2014...............Salt Lake City, Utah OT.....L 68-- 69 12/12/2015...... !......Wichita (IBA).................... W 67-- 50 >>> Utah State Tot: 5-- 6 H: 2--1 A: 0--2 N: 3-- 3 12/30/1948......t......Emporia.............................L 39-- 43 12/7/1950...............Wichita...............................L 50-- 56 12/29/1959......t......Oklahoma City....................L 68-- 75 12/29/1960......t......Oklahoma City.................. W 73-- 63 12/29/1961......t......Oklahoma City.................. W 90-- 88 12/23/1966.............Wichita............................. W 123-- 106 12/16/1967.............Logan, Utah.......................L 83-- 102 12/29/1970......t......Oklahoma City....................L 78-- 84 11/24/1995.............Hilo, Hawaii.........2OT....... W 63-- 61 2/20/2010....... b......Logan, Utah.......................L 58-- 68 12/10/2011.............Wichita............................. W 83-- 76


SECTIONRECORDS SERIES TITLE >>> UTEP Tot: 5-- 3 H: 4--2 A: 1--1 N: 0-- 0 12/4/1957...............Wichita............................. W 71-- 48 12/2/1958...............Wichita............................. W 63-- 58 12/5/1959...............Wichita............................. W 94-- 75 2/26/1963...............El Paso, Texas.................... W 60-- 58 12/4/1963...............Wichita...............................L 74-- 75 12/9/1964...............Wichita............................. W 73-- 55 12/19/1966.............El Paso, Texas......................L 60-- 77 3/6/1980......... n......Wichita...............................L 56-- 58

V >>> Vanderbilt Tot: 1-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--1 N: 1-- 0 3/21/2005....... n......Nashville, Tenn...................L 63-- 65 3/15/2016....... $......Dayton, Ohio.................... W 70-- 50 >>> Villanova Tot: 1-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 1 3/16/1963....... n......New York, N.Y.....................L 53-- 54 12/28/1964......t......Philadelphia..................... W 86-- 74 >>> Virginia Tot: 1-- 0 H: 0--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 11/24/2010......t......Maui, Hawaii.................... W 70-- 58 >>> Virginia Commonwealth Tot: 2-- 2 H: 1--1 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 1 12/28/1996......t......Wichita............................. W 80-- 50 2/18/2011....... b......Wichita...............................L 67-- 68 3/15/2012....... $......Portland, Ore......................L 59-- 62 11/13/2012.............Richmond, Va................... W 53-- 51 >>> Virginia Tech Tot: 1-- 1 H: 0--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 1 12/29/1965.............Oklahoma City....................L 90-- 91 3/20/2011....... n......Blackburg, Va.......OT........ W 79-- 76

W >>> Washburn Tot: 23-- 19 H: 17--5 A: 5--13 N: 1-- 1 1/31/1906...............Wichita...............................L 10-- 37 3/9/1906.................Ottawa...............................L 9-- 66 3/11/1908...............Wichita...............................L 45-- 48 12/1/1909...............Wichita............................. W 46-- 27 1/14/1921...............Wichita............................. W 43-- 30 2/18/1921...............Topeka...............................L 21-- 29 2/23/1923...............Wichita............................. W 35-- 15 3/19/1927....... n......Kansas City, Mo................ W 31-- 28 1/10/1928...............Topeka...............................L 26-- 34 2/21/1928...............Wichita............................. W 36-- 23 1/10/1929...............Wichita...............................L 27-- 28 1/28/1929...............Topeka...............................L 20-- 23 2/1/1930.................Topeka............................. W 63-- 24 2/22/1930...............Wichita............................. W 43-- 37 1/9/1931.................Topeka............................. W 29-- 22 2/5/1931.................Wichita...............................L 23-- 25 1/6/1932.................Wichita............................. W 27-- 26 2/13/1932...............Topeka...............................L 29-- 35 1/4/1933.................Wichita............................. W 61-- 39 2/14/1933...............Topeka............................. W 51-- 23 12/19/1934.............Wichita............................. W 33-- 22 1/18/1935...............Topeka...............................L 31-- 32 1/11/1936...............Topeka............................. W 34-- 29 2/15/1936...............Wichita............................. W 44-- 32 12/19/1936.............Topeka...............................L 25-- 27 1/16/1937...............Wichita............................. W 27-- 24 12/11/1937.............Topeka...............................L 30-- 34 12/13/1938.............Wichita............................. W 33-- 20 12/20/1940.............Wichita............................. W 36-- 34 2/28/1941...............Topeka...............................L 34-- 38 2/6/1942.................Wichita............................. W 30-- 26 2/20/1942...............Topeka.................OT..........L 35-- 36 1/7/1943.................Wichita............................. W 38-- 31 2/20/1943...............Topeka...............................L 38-- 40 1/9/1945.................Topeka...............................L 35-- 50 1/19/1945...............Wichita...............................L 32-- 55 12/18/1945.............Topeka...............................L 33-- 38 2/7/1946.................Wichita............................. W 46-- 28 2/23/1948...............Topeka...............................L 40-- 42 2/28/1948...............Wichita............................. W 90-- 64 12/10/1953.............Wichita............................. W 70-- 48 1/4/1955.................Topeka............................. W 99-- 76 >>> Washington Tot: 2-- 3 H: 0--2 A: 1--1 N: 1-- 0 12/15/1972.............Wichita...............................L 68-- 102 12/1/1973...............Seattle, Wash................... W 87-- 79 ot 12/28/1988......t......W. Palm Beach, Fla........... W 92-- 72

12/12/1999.............Seattle, Wash.....................L 47-- 61 11/30/2000.............Wichita...............................L 66-- 69 >>> Washington (Mo.) Tot: 1-- 2 H: 1--0 A: 0--2 N: 0-- 0 1/21/1946....... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 35-- 48 1/31/1947....... *......St. Louis, Mo.......................L 41-- 42 2/28/1947....... *......Wichita............................. W 58-- 43 >>> Washington State Tot: 2-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 1-- 0 12/15/1960.............Wichita............................. W 83-- 64 3/29/2011...... ^......New York, N.Y................... W 75-- 44 >>> West Texas A&M Tot: 25-- 9 H: 15--2 A: 9--6 N: 1-- 1 3/13/1945....... n......Kansas City, Mo..................L 43-- 54 12/6/1949...............Wichita............................. W 67-- 61 1/17/1972...............Amarillo, Texas................. W 70-- 65 3/4/1972.................Wichita............................. W 103-- 73 1/6/1973..........t......Houston, Texas................. W 88-- 82 2/1/1973......... *......Amarillo, Texas...................L 75-- 82 2/8/1973......... *......Wichita............................. W 103-- 61 2/14/1974....... *......Wichita............................. W 72-- 61 2/28/1974....... *......Amarillo, Texas...................L 73-- 85 1/16/1975....... *......Wichita............................. W 60-- 55 2/10/1975....... *......Amarillo, Texas...................L 63-- 89 1/29/1976....... *......Wichita............................. W 63-- 55 2/23/1976....... *......Amarillo, Texas...................L 62-- 69 1/22/1977....... *......Amarillo, Texas................. W 82-- 72 2/26/1977....... *......Wichita............................. W 74-- 66 3/4/1977..........c......Wichita...............................L 68-- 79 2/2/1978......... *......Wichita...............................L 59-- 64 2/25/1978....... *......Amarillo, Texas................. W 81-- 74 12/28/1978..... *......Wichita............................. W 96-- 84 2/3/1979......... *......Amarillo, Texas................. W 79-- 69 1/31/1980....... *......Amarillo, Texas.....OT..........L 79-- 87 2/9/1980......... *......Wichita............................. W 99-- 83 1/12/1981....... *......Wichita............................. W 100-- 85 1/31/1981....... *......Amarillo, Texas................. W 73-- 65 1/21/1982....... *......Amarillo, Texas................. W 73-- 72 2/23/1982....... *......Wichita............................. W 106-- 89 1/6/1983......... *......Amarillo, Texas................. W 89-- 88 2/5/1983......... *......Wichita............................. W 85-- 63 2/6/1984......... *......Canyon, Texas................... W 93-- 84 2/25/1984....... *......Wichita............................. W 61-- 59 1/3/1985......... *......Wichita............................. W 98-- 64 1/26/1985....... *......Amarillo, Texas................. W 99-- 86 2/1/1986......... *......Amarillo, Texas...................L 54-- 64 2/15/1986....... *......Wichita............................. W 45-- 38

X >>> Xavier Tot: 3-- 1 H: 2--0 A: 1--0 N: 0-- 1 12/13/1956.............Wichita............................. W 93-- 86 12/28/1965.............Oklahoma City.................. W 82-- 81 2/11/1989...............Wichita............................. W 97-- 79 12/30/1992.............Cincinnati, Ohio..................L 54-- 88

Y Z

>>> Western Carolina Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/21/2001.............Wichita............................. W 102-- 73 11/15/2012.............Wichita............................. W 79-- 63 >>> Western Illinois Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/30/1998......t......Wichita............................. W 85-- 59 12/30/2002.............Wichita............................. W 74-- 56 >>> Western Kentucky Tot: 2-- 3 H: 2--2 A: 0--1 N: 0-- 0 12/13/1941.............Bowling Green, Ky..............L 9-- 36 2/13/1957...............Wichita...............................L 76-- 82 2/1/1958.................Wichita...............................L 85-- 96 3/19/2005....... n......Wichita............................. W 85-- 81 11/11/2013.............Wichita............................. W 66-- 49 >>> William & Mary Tot: 2-- 0 H: 2--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/28/1997......t......Wichita.................OT........ W 76-- 74 11/14/2013.... ^......Wichita............................. W 79-- 62 >>> Wisconsin-Milwaukee Tot: 1-- 0 H: 1--0 A: 0--0 N: 0-- 0 12/1/1975...............Wichita............................. W 107-- 65 >>> Wyoming Tot: 10-- 3 H: 5--1 A: 4--2 N: 1-- 0 12/17/1948.............Laramie, Wyo.....................L 42-- 64 12/18/1948.............Laramie, Wyo................... W 42-- 38 12/22/1954......t......Oklahoma City.................. W 82-- 74 1/29/1955...............Wichita...............................L 70-- 73 12/3/1957...............Wichita............................. W 66-- 54 12/1/1960...............Laramie, Wyo................... W 70-- 63 12/2/1961...............Wichita............................. W 78-- 54 12/1/1962...............Laramie, Wyo................... W 83-- 72 11/30/1963.............Wichita............................. W 82-- 67 1/10/2000...............Wichita............................. W 80-- 71 12/30/2000.............Laramie, Wyo.....................L 65-- 72 12/9/2006...............Casper, Wyo...................... W 83-- 69 11/24/2007.............Wichita............................. W 75-- 63

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SECTIONBY RECORD TITLE CONFERENCE RECORDS BY CONFERENCE AMERICA EAST Albany Binghamton Hartford Maine New Hampshire Stony Brook UMass Lowell UMBC Vermont TOTAL

Tot.

H

A

N

2-1

2-0

0-1

0-0

1-0

1-0

0-0

0-0

1-0

1-0

0-0

0-0

4-1

4-0

0-1

0-0

ATLANTIC 10 Davidson Dayton Duquense Fordham George Mason George Wash. La Salle Massachusetts Rhode Island Richmond Saint Louis St. Bonaventure St. Joseph’s (Pa.) VCU TOTAL

Tot. 2-0 1-2 1-1 0-1 2-3 0-1 2-0

H 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0

A 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0

N 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 2-0

1-0

0-0

0-0

1-0

23-41 1-1 0-1 2-2 35-53

15-17 0-0 0-0 1-1 19-20

8-24 0-1 0-0 1-0 11-28

0-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 5-5

Tot. 0-1

H 0-0

A 0-0

N 0-1

0-1

0-1

0-0

0-0

5-21 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-2 2-1 1-2 1-0 1-1

5-7 0-12 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-1

11-33

6-8 2-14 3-11

ATLANTIC COAST Boston College Clemson Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Louisville Miami (Fla.) North Carolina North Carolina St. Notre Dame Pittsburgh Syracuse Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest TOTAL ATLANTIC SUN Florida Gulf Coast Jacksonville Kennesaw State Lipscomb NJIT North Alabama North Florida S. Carolina Upstate Stetson TOTAL BIG 12 Baylor Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia TOTAL

136

Tot.

H

A

N

0-1 1-0

0-1 1-0

0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0

1-0 1-0 3-1

1-0 0-0 2-1

0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 1-0 1-0

Tot. H A N 2-2 1-1 0-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 3-12 1-6 0-4 2-2 10-21 8-7 2-14 0-0 2-4 1-2 1-2 0-0 8-30 5-15 2-15 1-0 6-2 6-0 0-2 0-0 2-1 2-0 0-0 0-1 3-1 2-0 1-1 0-0 37-74 27-31 6-39 4-4

BIG EAST Butler Creighton DePaul Georgetown Marquette Providence Seton Hall St John’s Villanova Xavier TOTAL

Tot.

H

A

N

45-55 4-4 0-1 3-4 2-0 2-1 0-1 1-1 3-1 60-68

29-20 2-0 0-0 2-2 1-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 37-22

16-30 0-3 0-0 1-2 1-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 19-36

0-5 2-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 4-10

BIG SKY Eastern Wash. Idaho Idaho State Montana Montana State North Dakota No. Arizona No. Colorado Portland State Sacramento State Southern Utah Weber State TOTAL

Tot. 1-0

H 1-0

A 0-0

N 0-0

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

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

0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0

9-3

7-0

0-2

2-1

BIG SOUTH Campbell Charleston So. GardnerWebb High Point Liberty Longwood Presbyterian Radford UNC Asheville Winthrop TOTAL

Tot.

H

A

N

3-0 1-0

3-0 1-0

0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0

BIG TEN Illinois Indiana Iowa Maryland Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Nebraska Northwestern Ohio State Penn State Purdue Rutgers Wisconsin TOTAL BIG WEST Cal Poly CS-Fullerton CS-Northridge CS-Santa Barbara Hawaii Long Beach St. UC Riverside UCDavis UCIrvine TOTAL

2-0

1-0

0-0

1-0

6-0

5-0

0-0

1-0

Tot. 0-3 1-1 5-5 0-1 3-3 3-6 3-2 6-6 2-0 2-3

H 0-0 0-0 3-1 0-0 3-0 3-0 2-0 4-3 1-0 1-1

A 0-1 0-1 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-4 1-1 2-3 1-0 0-2

N 0-2 1-0 2-1 0-1 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0

2-4 0-1

1-2 0-0

1-2 0-0

0-0 0-1

27-35 18-7 5-18 4-10 Tot. 2-0 4-0 1-0 2-0 2-2 6-4

H 1-0 3-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 5-1

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

N 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

17-6

13-1 2-5

2-0

COLONIAL Col. of Charleston Delaware Drexel Elon Hofstra James Madison Northeastern Towson UNC Wilmington William & Mary TOTAL

Tot. 1-0 0-1

H 1-0 0-0

A 0-0 0-0

N 0-0 0-1

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-1

2-0 3-2

2-0 3-0

0-0 0-0

0-0 0-2

CONFERENCE USA Charlotte Florida Atlantic Florida Intl Louisiana Tech Marshall Middle Tennessee North Texas Old Dominion Rice Southern Miss. UTSA UAB UTEP Western Kentucky TOTAL

Tot.

H

A

N

1-0

1-0

0-0

0-0

1-1

1-0

0-1

0-0

26-11 16-3 10-8 0-0 0-1 1-0 2-0 4-0 5-3 2-3 42-19

0-0 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-2 2-2 30-7

0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 0-1 12-12

0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

HORIZON Cleveland State Detroit Green Bay Illinois-Chicago No. Kentucky Oakland Wisc.-Milwaukee Wright State Youngstown State TOTAL

Tot. 4-2 14-7

H 3-0 6-5

A 1-2 8-2

N 0-0 0-0

2-0

1-0

0-0

1-0

1-0

1-0

0-0

0-0

21-9

11-5 9-4

1-0

IVY LEAGUE Brown Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Penn Princeton Yale TOTAL

Tot.

H

A

N

1-0 0-1

0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0

1-0 0-1

0-1

0-0

0-0

0-1

1-2

0-0

0-0

1-2

MAAC Canisius Fairfield Iona Manhattan Marist Monmouth Niagara Quinnipiac Rider Siena St. Peter’s TOTAL

Tot. 1-0

H 0-0

A 1-0

N 0-0

3-1 1-1

2-0 1-0

1-1 0-1

0-0 0-0

1-1

1-0

0-0

0-1

1-0 1-0 0-3 8-6

1-0 0-0 0-2 5-2

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

0-0 1-0 0-0 1-1

MID-AMERICAN Akron Ball State Bowling Green Buffalo Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Kent State Miami (Ohio) Northern Illinois Ohio Toledo Western Michigan TOTAL MEAC BethuneCookman Coppin State Delaware State Florida A&M Hampton Howard Md. Eastern Shore Morgan State Norfolk State N. Carolina A&T N. Carolina Central Savannah State S. Carolina State TOTAL

Tot.

H

A

N

1-0 1-3 2-0 2-1 1-0 0-1 2-1 1-4 1-1

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

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

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

11-11

9-3

0-4

2-4

Tot.

H

A

N

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

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

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

2-0

2-0

0-0

0-0

1-0 12-2

1-0 10-2 0-0

2-0

H 46-20 63-12 18-5 26-11 34-8 13-4 25-6 17-9 32-17

N 3-2 3-1 1-1 4-5 4-3 3-0 5-4 1-3 1-1

MISSOURI VALLEY Bradley Drake Evansville Illinois State Indiana State Loyola (Chicago) Missouri State Northern Iowa Southern Illinois Valparaiso TOTAL

Tot. 71-71 104-47 31-16 43-40 60-29 27-9 42-30 28-28 47-48

MOUNTAIN WEST Air Force Boise State Colorado State Fresno State Nevada New Mexico San Diego State San Jose State UNLV Utah State Wyoming TOTAL

Tot. 2-0

H 1-0

A 1-0

N 0-0

8-1 1-1 2-1 2-3 5-1 0-1 3-1 5-6 10-3 38-18

5-0 1-0 2-1 1-0 2-0 0-0 3-0 2-1 5-1 22-3

3-1 0-1 0-0 1-1 2-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 4-2 11-9

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-0 0-1 0-0 3-3 1-0 5-6

Tot.

H

A

N

1-0

1-0

0-0

0-0

1-0

1-0

0-0

0-0

NORTHEAST Bryant Cent. Connecticut Fairleigh Dickinson LIU Brooklyn Mount St Mary’s Robert Morris Sacred Heart St Francis (BKN) St Francis (PA) Wagner TOTAL

A 22-49 38-34 12-10 13-24 22-18 11-5 12-20 10-16 14-30

453-318 274-92 154-206 25-20


RECORD BY CONFERENCE OHIO VALLEY Austin Peay Belmont Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State Morehead State Murray State SIU-Edwardsville SE Missouri St. Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Tennessee-Martin TOTAL

Tot. 4-0

H 3-0

A 1-0

N 0-0

0-1 1-0

0-0 1-0

0-1 0-0

0-0 0-0

2-0

2-0

0-0

0-0

7-1

6-0

1-1

0-0

Tot. 2-1 6-5 0-1 7-3 3-5 2-2 2-2 0-1 2-3 2-7 2-3 2-0 30-33

H 1-0 5-1 0-0 5-0 3-0 1-0 1-1 0-1 2-0 2-2 0-2 1-0 21-7

A 0-1 0-2 0-0 1-3 0-3 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-5 1-1 0-0 3-19

N 1-0 1-2 0-1 1-0 0-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 1-0 6-7

PATRIOT American Army Boston Univ. Bucknell Colgate Holy Cross Lafayette Lehigh Loyola (MD) Navy TOTAL

Tot. 0-1

H 0-1

A 0-0

N 0-0

1-0 1-0

1-0 0-0

0-0 1-0

0-0 0-0

2-1

1-1

1-0

0-0

SEC Alabama Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia Kentucky LSU Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri South Carolina Tennessee Texas A&M Vanderbilt TOTAL

Tot. 4-4 1-1

H 2-0 1-0

A 1-1 0-1

N 1-3 0-0

0-2 0-2 0-2 5-1 2-3 3-0 0-3

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

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

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

PAC 12 Arizona Arizona State California Colorado Oregon Oregon State So. California Stanford UCLA Utah Washington Washington St. TOTAL

3-1 1-0 3-1 1-0 1-1 0-0 22-21 9-2

0-1 2-0 0-0 2-1 0-1 1-0 5-9 8-10

SOUTHERN Chattanooga East Tennessee St. Furman Mercer Samford The Citadel UNC Greensboro VMI Western Carolina Wofford TOTAL

Tot.

H

A

N

1-0 1-0 1-0

1-0 1-0 1-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

2-0

2-0

0-0

0-0

5-0

5-0

0-0

0-0

SOUTHLAND Abilene Christian Central Arkansas Houston Baptist

Tot. 5-0

H 5-0

A 0-0

N 0-0

Incarnate Word Lamar McNeese State New Orleans Nicholls State Northwestern St. Sam Houston St. SE Louisiana Stephen F Austin Texas A&MCC TOTAL SWAC Alabama A&M Alabama State Alcorn State ArkansasPine Bluff Grambling State Jackson State Miss. Valley St. Prairie View A&M Southern Texas Southern TOTAL SUMMIT Denver IPFW IUPUI NebraskaOmaha North Dakota St. Oral Roberts South Dakota South Dakota St. Western Illinois TOTAL SUN BELT Appalachian St. Arkansas State Coastal Carolina Georgia Southern Georgia State La.- Monroe La.-Lafayette Little Rock South Alabama Texas State TexasArlington Troy TOTAL WEST COAST BYU Gonzaga Loyola Marymount Pacific Pepperdine Portland San Diego San Francisco Santa Clara St. Mary’s (Calif.) TOTAL WAC Chicago State California Baptist CS-Bakersfield Grand Canyon New Mexico St. Seattle UMKC Utah Valley UTRGV TOTAL

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

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

1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

16-2

15-1 1-1

0-0

Tot. 1-0

H 1-0

A 0-0

N 0-0

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

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

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

3-0 1-0 3-0 13-0

3-0 1-0 3-0 13-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Tot. 1-0

H 1-0

A 0-0

N 0-0

1-0 2-0 2-0 6-5 2-0 2-0 2-0 18-5

1-0 2-0 2-0 3-3 2-0 2-0 2-0 15-3

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

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Tot. 1-1 1-1

H 0-1 1-0

A 1-0 0-1

N 0-0 0-0

1-0

1-0

0-0

0-0

2-1 3-1 1-0

2-1 2-0 1-0

0-0 1-1 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

5-1

5-1

0-0

0-0

12-4

10-2 2-2

0-0

Tot. 7-1 2-0 2-0 3-0 0-5 2-0

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

A 3-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-3 1-0

N 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

5-4 2-1 1-0 35-20

2-1 2-0 1-0 28-6

1-1 0-1 0-0 7-14

2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

Tot. 7-1

H 6-1

A 1-0

N 0-0

16-14 13-4 3-10 0-0 2-1 1-0 1-1 0-0 6-3 4-1 2-2 0-0 5-1 5-0 0-1 0-0 36-20 29-6 7-14 0-0

vs. THE AMERICAN Opponent UCF CINCINNATI UCONN EAST CAROLINA HOUSTON MEMPHIS USF SMU TEMPLE TULANE TULSA TOTAL DIVISION II Adams State AlaskaFairbanks Ark.-Monticello Augustana (S.D.) CS-Los Angeles Central Missouri Central Oklahoma Chaminade Colorado Mines District of Columbia Drury Emporia State Fort Hays State Fresno Pacific Newman No. Michigan NW Missouri Northwestern Okla. Oklahoma Baptist Okla. Christian Panhandle State Pittsburg State Regis Rockhurst San Fransciso State Southeastern Okla. So. Nazarene TX A&M-Kingsville Washburn West Texas A&M TOTAL

Total

Home

Away

11-18 0-1

8-7

3-11

16-9 10-10

11-2 7-2

2-7 2-8

2-0 1-0

4-5 0-3

3-1 0-2

0-4

1-0 0-1

65-61

37-23

27-36

1-2

106-107

66-37

34-66

5-4

Tot. 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-2 3-5 3-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-3 42-28 23-13 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-7 12-2 2-0 2-0 1-0 19-20 3-0 3-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 23-19 25-9

H 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-2 2-2 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 22-12 15-4 0-0 2-0 1-0 0-1 9-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 11-5 2-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 17-5 15-2

A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 18-16 8-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 3-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 7-14 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-13 9-6

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

DIVISION III Beloit Centenary Colorado College Hamline HardinSimmons Illinois College New York Univ. Springfield (Mass.) Trinity (Texas) Washington (Mo.) TOTAL

Tot. 0-1 3-1 2-1 1-0 6-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-2 16-6

H 0-0 2-1 0-1 1-0 6-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 12-2

A 0-1 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 3-4

N 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

NAIA Baker (Kan.) Benedictine (Kan.) Bethany (Kan.) Bethel (Kan.) Culver-Stockton Doane (Neb.)

Tot. 6-8 8-6 9-11 15-7 2-1 1-0

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

A 3-5 2-4 3-9 8-5 1-0 0-0

N 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

178-110 113-34 56-66 9-10

Neutral

0-1

Friends (Kan.) Kansas Wesleyan Loyola (N. Orleans) McPherson (Kan.) Midland (Neb.) Morningside (Iowa) Oklahoma City S. Dakota Wesleyan Southwestern (Kan.) St. Mary’s (Kan.) Sterling (Kan.) TOTAL

39-11 4-1 1-0 12-9 0-1 2-0 18-17 0-1 29-55 4-1 21-2

16-3 2-1 1-0 7-4 0-0 2-0 10-7 0-0 15-26 0-1 13-0

AAU/CLUB TEAMS Belvedere Union (Ill.) Camp Crowder (Mo.) Canton (Ill.) American Legion Comar Oilers Fal YMCA-Mexico City Great Bend (Kan.) AAF Herington (Kan.) AAF Hutchinson (Kan.) NAS Hutchinson (Kan.) YMCA KC Cook Paint (AAU) Kenosha (Wisc.) L.A. Athletic Club Larry Semon A.C. New England Nat’l Bank of KC Newton Athl. Club Newton YMCA Okla. City Strlg. Milk Omaha K of C Ottawa (AAU) San Diego Navy St. Joseph Boosters U.S. International Wentworth Academy Wichita Amer. Legion Wichita Elks Wichita Henry’s Wichita YMCA Winfield YMCA

Tot. 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 1-1 1-2 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-2 0-2 1-0 1-0 7-13 0-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 2-2 3-1

15-4 2-0 0-0 5-4 0-0 0-0 7-10 0-0 14-29 4-0 8-1

8-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1

178-144 94-56 74-79 10-9

HIGH SCHOOLS/DEFUNCT COLLEGES Blackwell (Okla.) Baptist 1-0 Chilocco Indian School 2-5 College of Emporia 17-1 Lewis Academy 2-0 Mulvane High School 1-0 Okla. School of Technology 1-0 Phillips (OK) 13-8 St. John’s (KS) 9-7 Wichita High School 0-3

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RECORD BY DATE NOVEMBER Nov 9 Nov 10 Nov 11 Nov 12 Nov 13 Nov 14 Nov 15 Nov 16 Nov 17 Nov 18 Nov 19 Nov 20 Nov 21 Nov 22 Nov 23 Nov 24 Nov 25 Nov 26 Nov 27 Nov 28 Nov 29 Nov 30

W-L 1-0 1-0 3-0 0-0 5-0 3-0 2-0 4-3 3-2 6-2 2-1 5-1 4-0 3-1 4-3 7-3 4-3 7-4 7-4 6-3 14-5 7-5

% 1.000 1.000 1.000 --1.000 1.000 1.000 .571 .600 .750 .667 .833 1.000 .750 .571 .700 .571 .636 .636 .667 .737 .583

Last 2013 2012 2016 2016 2014 2012 2016 2015 2014 2008 2016 2015 2010 2016 2016 2016 2015 2015 2012 2016 2009

DECEMBER Dec 1 Dec 2 Dec 3 Dec 4 Dec 5 Dec 6 Dec 7 Dec 8 Dec 9 Dec 10 Dec 11 Dec 12 Dec 13 Dec 14 Dec 15 Dec 16 Dec 17 Dec 18 Dec 19 Dec 20 Dec 21 Dec 22 Dec 23 Dec 24 Dec 25 Dec 26 Dec 27 Dec 28 Dec 29 Dec 30 Dec 31

W-L 13-9 12-3 16-8 13-10 16-3 14-4 11-10 12-10 13-3 13-7 9-10 13-12 13-8 13-9 11-9 9-6 14-10 17-14 19-11 20-7 17-8 16-11 10-8 0-0 1-1 6-4 13-8 21-9 14-12 18-13 8-6

Pct. .591 .800 .667 .565 .842 .778 .524 .545 .813 .650 .474 .520 .619 .591 .550 .600 .583 .548 .633 .741 .680 .593 .556 --.500 .600 .619 .700 .538 .581 .571

Last 2013 2012 2016 2011 2015 2016 2013 2012 2015 2016 2004 2015 2014 2013 2007 2014 2016 2010 2015 2012 2010 2016 2014 2014 1986 1996 2016 2013 2012 2015

JANUARY Jan 1 Jan 2 Jan 3 Jan 4 Jan 5 Jan 6 Jan 7 Jan 8 Jan 9 Jan 10 Jan 11 Jan 12 Jan 13 Jan 14 Jan 15 Jan 16 Jan 17 Jan 18 Jan 19

6-8 18-12 14-10 24-9 10-14 14-10 20-14 15-9 19-13 19-15 14-19 14-13 14-9 16-13 15-17 14-13 16-11 17-12 11-13

.429 .600 .583 .727 .417 .583 .588 .625 .594 .559 .424 .519 .609 .552 .469 .519 .593 .586 .458

2017 2014 2016 2017 2014 2016 2015 2017 2016 2012 2017 2011 2016 2017 2012 2013 2017 2014 2011

138

Jan 20 Jan 21 Jan 22 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 25 Jan 26 Jan 27 Jan 28 Jan 29 Jan 30 Jan 31

10-11 15-10 14-8 7-13 12-13 13-8 15-10 8-17 16-13 15-16 16-12 21-13

.476 .600 .636 .350 .480 .619 .600 .320 .552 .484 .571 .618

2016 2017 2014 2016 2017 2015 2013 2016 2015 2017 2007 2016

FEBRUARY Feb 1 Feb 2 Feb 3 Feb 4 Feb 5 Feb 6 Feb 7 Feb 8 Feb 9 Feb 10 Feb 11 Feb 12 Feb 13 Feb 14 Feb 15 Feb 16 Feb 17 Feb 18 Feb 19 Feb 20 Feb 21 Feb 22 Feb 23 Feb 24 Feb 25 Feb 26 Feb 27 Feb 28 Feb 29

W-L 16-11 15-16 16-11 18-10 18-14 19-15 12-17 16-14 18-9 10-18 19-9 16-14 16-12 15-15 23-11 15-18 17-16 17-23 18-21 14-16 16-6 21-9 16-20 14-12 18-15 16-12 15-15 12-20 4-2

Pct. .593 .484 .593 .643 .563 .559 .414 .533 .667 .357 .679 .533 .571 .500 .676 .455 .515 .425 .462 .467 .727 .700 .444 .538 .545 .571 .500 .375 .667

Last 2017 2013 2016 2017 2014 2016 2015 2014 2017 2009 2015 2017 2016 2015 2017 2014 2015 2017 2014 2010 2017 2015 2013 2016 2017 2011 2016 2015 1988

MARCH/APRIL Mar 1 Mar 2 Mar 3 Mar 4 Mar 5 Mar 6 Mar 7 Mar 8 Mar 9 Mar 10 Mar 11 Mar 12 Mar 13 Mar 14 Mar 15 Mar 16 Mar 17 Mar 18 Mar 19 Mar 20 Mar 21 Mar 22 Mar 23 Mar 24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar 31 Apr 6

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

Pct. .533 .414 .480 .474 .652 .480 .455 .625 .636 .000 .400 .667 .625 .500 .545 .714 .600 .667 .429 .667 .500 .500 .500 .500 --.000 --1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000

Last: 2014 2013 2017 2017 2017 2015 2015 2014 2014 2013 1946 1965 1987 1966 2016 2011 2017 2009 2017 2015 2014 2015 2014 2006 2015 2013 2011 2013 2011 2013

Record by Month November 98-40 December 395-243 January 452-378 February 460-401 March 137-123 April 0-1 Most Wins Jan 4 Feb 15 Feb 22 Dec 28 Jan 31 Jan 7 Dec 20

.710 .619 .545 .534 .527 .000

24-9 23-11 21-9 21-9 21-13 20-4 20-7

Most Games Played Feb 18 40 Feb 19 39 Feb 23 36 Jan 7 34 Jan 10 34 Jan 31 34 Feb 6 34 Highest Winning % (Min. 10 GP) Dec 5 16-3 .842 Dec 9 13-3 .813 Dec 2 12-3 .800


SECTIONvs. RECORD TITLE NATIONALLY RANKED OPPONENTS GAME-BY-GAME vs. NATIONALLY-RANKED OPPONENTS (AP Poll) Date

1/24/1949 1/29/1949 2/17/1949 2/19/1949 3/3/1949 2/6/1950 2/14/1950 2/18/1950 1/8/1951 1/20/1951 2/6/1951 2/12/1951 2/17/1951 2/24/1951 12/15/1951 1/9/1952 2/2/1952 1/21/1953 1/23/1953 1/28/1953 2/12/1953 2/14/1953 2/18/1953 2/4/1954 2/6/1954 2/13/1954 2/24/1954 3/5/1955 12/20/1955 1/10/1956 1/24/1956 2/2/1956 2/4/1956 2/6/1956 2/18/1956 2/25/1956 1/9/1957 1/31/1957 2/18/1957 2/21/1957 3/2/1957 3/5/1957 1/10/1959 1/31/1959 2/2/1959 2/21/1959 2/23/1959 2/28/1959 1/7/1960 1/9/1960 2/4/1960 2/27/1960 2/29/1960

Ranking WSU Opp.

14 14 18 15

16 1 2 3 2 3 18 2 2 3 8 5 5 2 4 18 6 11 17 8 6 13 17 5 18 13 5 15 1 20 16 11 19 15 17 14 17 16 5 13 17 13 14 5 9 6 10 11 1 4 18 1 3

at Bradley* Saint Louis* Saint Louis* Oklahoma St.* at Oklahoma St.* at Bradley* Saint Louis* Bradley* at Oklahoma St.* Bradley* Saint Louis* at Bradley* at Saint Louis* Oklahoma St.* at Saint Louis* Oklahoma City St. Louis* Tulsa* Oklahoma City at Oklahoma St.* Oklahoma St.* at Okla. City Murray State Oklahoma St.* Bradley Oklahoma City at Oklahoma St.* at Tulsa* San Francisco Oklahoma St.* Oklahoma City Saint Louis* at lowa at Okla. City at Saint Louis* Houston* Saint Louis* at Okla. City at Bradley* Okla. City Oklahoma St.* Bradley* Saint Louis* at Cincinnati* at Bradley* Cincinnati* Bradley* at Saint Louis* Cincinnati* Bradley* at Saint Louis* at Cincinnati* at Bradley*

Result

L 49-57 L 41-72 L 45-62 L 37-39 L 36-60 L 49-61 L 54-61 L 56-68 L 45-64 L 61-76 L 48-49 L 44-65 L 53-83 L 50-61 L 45-71 L 46-53 L 63-64 L 82-96 W 66-62 L 59-73 W 73-62 L 69-75 W 87-77 L 51-59 W 91-83 W 79-65 W 67-66 L 62-77 L 65-75 L 54-61 L 55-56 L 88-90 L 86-98 L 59-63 W 109-103 2ot W 82-72 W 69-64 L 70-84 L 72-78 W 73-65 L 63-69 ot W 99-91 L 72-75 L 87-95 L 52-60 L 74-88 L 70-72 L 70-80 L 69-76 L 70-71 L 67-75 L 76-97 L 80-85

12/17/1960 12/21/1960 2/16/1961 2/23/1961 12/8/1961 12/11/1961 12/18/1961 1/20/1962 2/24/1962 12/29/1962 1/5/1963 2/16/1963 3/2/1963 12/7/1963 1/25/1964 2/4/1964 12/14/1964 3/19/1965 12/8/1965 1/6/1966 2/8/1966 2/19/1966 12/19/1966 1/5/1967 2/11/1967 2/25/1967 12/8/1967 12/12/1968 1/2/1969 1/4/1969 1/9/1969 2/15/1969 3/3/1969 12/4/1969 1/21/1970 2/19/1970 12/29/1970 1/7/1971 2/20/1971 2/9/1972 2/19/1972 2/24/1972 1/13/1973 2/15/1973 2/19/1974 12/21/1974 12/30/1974 2/6/1975 2/20/1975 1/26/1976 1/29/1976 3/13/1976 2/19/1977

16 1 15 4 4 1 6 2 9 2 2 8 1 1 8 3 5 6 10 3 4 9 2 1 2 2 5 3 4 2 10 3 2 1 19 14 10 18 20 19 6 18 17 19 16 19 4 4 19 20 16 20 17 16 3 6 16 20 14 9

Ohio State Colorado at Cincinnati* Bradley* at Ohio St. at Purdue Cincinnati* Bradley* at Cincinnati* Ohio St. at Cincinnati* Cincinnati* at Loyola at Arizona St. at Loyola Loyola vs. Michigan vs. UCLA # Michigan atBradley* Loyola at Loyola at UTEP Bradley* at Louisville* Louisville* at UCLA Iowa at Louisville* Cincinnati* at Drake* Louisville* Tulsa* at N. Mexico St. at Louisville* at Drake* vs. Utah St. Drake* at Louisville* at Louisville* Louisville* Memphis* Louisville* at Memphis* at Louisville* at Oklahoma at Memphis Louisville* at Louisville* Cincinnati W. Texas A&M* vs. Michigan # at Marquette

L 82-93 W 64-54 L 64-67 L 56-57 L 62-85 W 71-68 W 52-51 W 89-88 L 63-84 W 71-54 L 50-63 W 65-64 W 73-72 L 87-93 W 80-76 W 65-60 L 85-87 L 89-108 W 100-94 L 86-91 W 92-84 L 77-94 L 60-77 W 83-69 L 69-90 W 84-78 L 86-120 W 93-88 L 58-71 W 67-66 L 81-86 L 62-65 W 95-87 ot L 76-108 L 58-59 L 83-90 ot L 78-84 L 74-78 L 97-98 ot L 64-65 L 60-69 L 98-108 L 75-78 2ot L 77-99 L 90-106 L 55-75 W 95-91 L 57-62 L 76-85 L 85-92 ot W 63-55 L 73-74 W 75-64

2/26/1977 1/2/1978 1/21/1978 1/26/1978 1/18/1979 2/25/1979 12/11/1979 3/15/1981 3/22/1981 12/12/1981 12/29/1981 12/30/1981 1/16/1982 2/6/1982 2/7/1983 2/2/1984 2/18/1984 3/8/1984 1/5/1985 2/9/1985 3/2/1985 3/9/1985 3/15/1985 12/28/1985 2/22/1986 12/8/1986 12/26/1986 1/6/1987 12/3/1987 1/25/1989 12/27/1989 1/4/1990 11/23/1990 12/4/1990 12/14/1991 12/21/1991 12/30/1991 1/8/1992 12/12/1992 1/6/1993 12/13/1997 12/1/2001 12/4/2002 2/15/2003 3/3/2003 3/9/2003 11/25/2005 12/10/2005 2/7/2006 3/18/2006 11/25/2006 12/2/2006 3/1/2008

4 2 2 16

24 17

12 5 16 13 5 2 17 13 4 9 20 6 18 11 4 11 12 12 11 17 15 15 19 6 12 4 7 19 11 18 10 2 21 12 6 18 23 4 25 4 23 14 19 12 17 19 15 13 25 18 20 15 20

at Cincinnati Marquette UNLV Indiana St.* Indiana St.* at Indiana St.* Iowa Iowa# vs. LSU# UAB vs. NC State vs. San Francisco at Tulsa* Tulsa* at Memphis Tulsa* at Tulsa* at Tulsa% vs. Kansas Tulsa* at Tulsa* at Tulsa% vs. Georgia# vs. Kansas at Bradley* at Purdue vs. Syracuse Kansas Purdue at Kansas at Indiana Kansas vs. Georgia Alabama at Oklahoma St. Utah at Syracuse Kansas Nebraska at Kansas Mississippi at Oklahoma St. at Tulsa Creighton* at Creighton* vs. Creighton% vs. Illinois at Michigan St. at No. Iowa* vs. Tennessee# at LSU at Syracuse at Drake*

L 60-68 L 56-67 W 87-83 W 74-70 L 84-94 L 84-109 L 62-81 W 60-56 L 85-96 W 75-60 L 48-60 L 74-84 L 88-99 L 75-80 L 73-85 W 66-64 L 97-105 L 80-86 L 83-90 L 75-87 L 66-67 W 84-82 L 59-67 L 56-81 L 64-74 L 61-77 L 69-83 W 54-49 L 78-80 ot L 66-86 L 54-75 L 66-93 L 58-89 W 74-71 ot L 54-82 L 36-58 L 63-88 L 51-81 L 64-71 L 54-103 L 48-71 L 59-61 L 69-80 W 80-74 L 60-86 L 69-70 L 54-55 L 64-83 L 56-68 W 80-73 W 57-53 W 64-61 L 63-73

11/27/2008 11/30/2008 12/19/2009 1/19/2010 2/3/2010 12/4/2010 11/18/2011 12/4/2011 2/11/2012 1/18/2013 3/21/2013 3/23/2013 3/30/2013 4/6/2013 12/3/2014 1/31/2015 2/28/2015 3/22/2015 3/26/2015 12/12/2015 3/17/2016 3/19/2016 12/24/2016 11/25/2016 3/17/2017

8 12 11 12 12

19

21 5 16 20 24 17 16 18 21 17 12 20 1 7 2 25 18 10 10 8 25 17 10 10 24 5

vs. Georgetown vs. Michigan St. Texas Tech No. Iowa* at No. Iowa* at San Diego St. vs. Alabama UNLV Creighton* at Creighton* Creighton* vs. Pittsburgh # vs. Gonzaga # vs. Ohio State # vs. Louisville # at Utah at No. Iowa* No. Iowa* vs. Kansas # vs. Notre Dame # Utah vs. Arizona # vs. Miami # vs. Louisville vs. Michigan St. vs. Kentucky #

L 50-58 L 57-65 W 85-83 W 60-51 L 56-59 L 69-83 L 60-70 W 89-70 L 61-68 W 89-68 W 67-64 W 73-55 W 76-70 W 70-66 L 68-72 L 68-69 ot L 54-70 W 74-60 W 78-65 L 70-81 W 67-50 W 65-55 L 57-65 L 52-62 L 72-77 L 62-65

ALL-TIME TOTALS vs. Associated Press Ranked Teams Date All-Time Marshall Era Overall 54-130 12-15 Home 37-42 6-1 Away 11-64 1-5 Neutral 6-24 5-9 Regular Season 47-122 7-11 NCAA Tournament 7-8 5-4

Streak L4 W3 L2 L4 L2 L2

vs. AP Top-10 Teams Date All-Time Marshall Era Overall 21-65 4-6 Home 13-21 1-0 Away 5-32 0-0 Neutral 3-12 3-6 Regular Season 18-60 1-3 NCAA Tournament 3-5 3-3

Streak L4 W1 L6 L4 L1 L2

Both Teams AP Ranked Date All-Time Marshall Era Overall 11-12 2-4 Home 5-2 1-0 Away 5-5 0-2 Neutral 1-5 1-2 Regular Season 10-10 1-2 NCAA Tournament 1-2 1-2

Streak L2 W1 L2 L2 W1 L2

vs. AP No. 1 OPPONENTS WSU Opp. Date Rank Rank Opponent 1/29/1949 - at 1 Saint Louis* 12/20/1965 1 San Francisco 1/7/1960 1 Cincinnati* 2/27/1960 - at 1 Cincinnati* 12/17/1960 16 1 Ohio St. 12/8/1961 - at 1 Ohio St. 1/5/1963 8 at 1 Cincinnati* 2/16/1963 1 Cincinnati* 12/14/1964 2 vs. 1 Michigan % 12/8/1967 - at 1 UCKA 3/23/2013 - vs. 1 Gonzaga #

Result L 41-72 L 65-75 L 69-76 L 79-67 L 82-93 L 62-85 L 50-63 W 65-64 L 85-87 L 86-120

% - Detroit, Mich. # - Salt Lake City / NCAA Round of 32

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SECTION TITLE SHOCKERS IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS AP POLL, by season

WEEK-BY-WEEK RANKINGS

Season Total Top10 Top5 No.1 High End 1953-54 9 11 20 1954-55 3 14 NR 1957-58 4 17 NR 1960-61 2 16 NR 1961-62 1* 1 8 NR 1962-63 11* 11 1 5 5 1963-64 9* 9 5 4 5 1964-65 12* 12 9 1 1 NR 1965-66 2* 2 8 NR 1980-81 4 14 NR 1981-82 8 7 6 2 NR 1982-83 6 11 14 1983-84 2 14 NR 2005-06 NR 2006-07 6 3 8 NR 2011-12 5 15 18 2012-13 5 15 rv 2013-14 20 13 10 2 2 2014-15 19 3 8 14 2015-16 6 2 9 rv 2016-17 4 19 19 TOTAL 138 63 31 1

COACHES POLL, by season Season Total Top10 Top5 No.1 High 1953-54 6 14 1954-55 4 16 1957-58 1 - t-20 1960-61 9 17 1961-62 7 3 1 5 1962-63 12 8 6 1963-64 14 9 2 4 1964-65 15 13 10 1 1 1965-66 3 2 7 1980-81 4 15 1981-82 7 5 3 4 1982-83 1983-84 1 18 2005-06 1 22 2006-07 5 2 8 2011-12 4 14 2012-13 4 1 1 12 2013-14 21 10 10 2 2014-15 20 8 2015-16 7 11 2016-17 5 19 TOTAL 150 63 27 1

End NR NR NR NR NR 6 6 14 NR NR NR NR NR 22 NR tv 4 7 11 rv 21

>> 1953-54 AP (20) Co (20) D-8 D-15 D-22 D-29 J-5 J-12 11 t-20 J-19 11 14 J-26 16 F-2 14 t-18 F-9 18 F-16 15 19 F-23 14 17 M-2 12 15 M-9 20 Final -

>> 1954-55 AP (20) Co (20) D-7 15 20 D-14 17 D-21 14 19 D-28 J-4 19 J-11 16 J-18 J-25 F-1 F-8 F-15 F-22 M-1 M-8 -

>> 1957-58 AP (25) Co (25) D-10 D-17 D-24 t-20 D-31 20 J-7 17 J-14 19 J-21 18 J-28 F-4 F-11 F-18 F-25 M-4 M-11 -

>> 1960-61 AP (25) Co (25) D-13 16 D-20 D-27 18 J-3 17 J-10 17 J-17 19 J-24 t-20 J-31 20 F-7 17 F-14 17 F-21 18 F-28 18 M-6 -

>> 1961-62 AP (25) Co (25) Pre D-19 8 10 D-26 5 J-2 9 J-9 14 J-16 10 J-23 11 J-30 17 F-6 F-13 F-20 F-27 M-6 M-13 -

>> 1962-63 AP (25) Co (25) Pre D-4 10 D-11 D-18 D-25 16 J-1 8 8 J-8 8 9 J-15 7 7 J-22 8 8 J-29 10 10 F-5 9 11 F-12 17 F-19 7 6 F-26 8 9 M-5 6 6 M-12 5 6

>> 1963-64 AP (25) Co (25) Pre 5 5 D-10 12 D-17 14 D-24 D-31 11 J-7 11 J-14 12 J-21 10 8 J-28 7 6 F-4 4 4 F-11 6 6 F-18 6 7 F-25 5 6 M-3 5 6 M-10 5 6

>> 1964-65 AP (25) Co (25) Pre 3 4 D-8 2 3 D-15 1 1 D-22 2 2 D-29 2 2 J-5 5 3 J-12 3 3 J-19 4 3 J-26 5 3 F-2 8 5 F-9 9 8 F-16 10 7 F-23 10 M-2 13 M-9 14

>> 1965-66 AP (25) Co (25) Pre D-7 D-14 10 10 D-21 8 7 D-28 16 J-4 J-11 J-18 J-25 F-1 F-8 F-15 F-22 M-1 M-8 -

>> 1980-81 AP (25) Co (25) Pre D-2 * D-9 D-16 D-23 D-30 J-6 J-13 J-20 J-27 F-3 19 20 F-10 16 19 F-17 14 15 F-24 19 18 M-3 M-10 -

>> 1981-82 AP (25) Co (25) Pre 6 7 D-1 4 * D-8 4 6 D-15 4 4 D-22 3 4 D-29 2 4 J-5 9 12 J-12 16 17 J-19 J-26 F-2 F-9 F-16 F-23 M-2 M-9 -

>> 1982-83 AP (25) Co (25) Pre N-30 * D-7 D-14 D-21 D-28 J-4 J-11 J-18 J-25 F-1 F-8 16 F-15 15 F-22 12 M-1 12 M-8 11 M-15 14 -

>> 1983-84 AP (25) Co (25) Pre * N-29 18 * D-6 14 18 D-13 D-20 D-27 J-3 J-10 J-17 J-24 J-31 F-7 F-14 F-21 F-28 M-6 M-13 -

>> 2003-04 AP (25) Co (25) Pre rv rv N-24 rv rv D-1 D-8 rv D-15 rv D-22 rv D-29 rv J-5 J-12 J-19 J-26 F-2 F-9 F-16 F-23 M-1 M-8 M-15 Final *

>> 2004-05 AP (25) Co (25) Pre N-22 N-29 D-6 D-13 rv rv D-20 rv rv D-27 rv rv J-3 rv rv J-10 rv rv J-17 rv J-24 rv rv J-31 rv rv F-7 rv rv F-14 rv rv F-21 F-28 M-8 Final * -

>> 2005-06 AP (25) Co (25) Pre N-22 N-29 rv D-6 D-13 D-20 D-27 J-3 rv rv J-10 J-17 J-24 rv rv J-31 F-7 rv rv F-14 rv r F-21 rv F-28 rv rv M-8 rv rv Final * 21

>> 2006-07 AP (25) Co (25) Pre rv rv N-14 rv rv N-21 24 rv N-28 17 22 D-5 10 16 D-12 8 10 D-19 8 8 D-26 16 16 J-2 rv rv J-9 rv J-16 J-23 J-30 F-6 F-13 F-20 F-27 M-6 M-13 Final * -

>> 2009-10 AP (25) Co (25) Pre N-16 N-23 N-30 D-7 D-14 D-21 rv D-28 rv rv J-4 J-11 J-18 J-25 F-1 rv F-8 rv F-15 F-22 M-1 M-8 M-15 Final * -

>> 2010-11 AP (25) Co (25) Pre rv rv N-15 rv rv N-22 rv rv N-29 rv rv D-6 rv rv D-13 rv D-20 rv D-27 rv rv J-3 rv rv J-10 rv rv J-17 rv rv J-24 J-31 rv rv F-7 rv rv F-14 rv F-21 F-28 M-7 M-14 Final * rv

>> 2011-12 AP (25) Co (25) Pre N-14 N-21 N-28 D-5 D-12 rv D-19 rv D-26 rv rv J-2 rv J-9 rv rv J-16 rv rv J-23 rv rv J-30 rv rv F-6 rv rv F-13 25 rv F-20 19 19 F-27 15 14 M-6 16 16 M-13 18 19 Final * rv

>> 2012-13 AP (25) Co (25) Pre N-12 N-19 rv N-26 rv rv D-3 24 rv D-10 23 rv D-17 rv rv D-24 rv rv D-31 rv rv J-7 23 rv J-14 rv rv J-21 20 21 J-28 15 14 F-4 rv 22 F-11 rv rv F-18 rv rv F-25 rv rv M-4 M-11 rv rv M-18 rv Final * 4

>> 2014-15 AP (25) Co (25) 11 11 11 13 9 10 8 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 16 16 15 15 13 14 14 13 12 12 16 17 15 13 13 13 11 11 8 8 12 12 14 13 * 11

>> 2015-16 AP (25) Co (25) Pre 10 12 N-16 9 11 N-23 20 20 N-30 rv D-7 D-14 rv rv D-21 D-28 J-4 rv J-11 rv J-18 rv J-25 22 rv F-1 21 22 F-8 25 24 F-15 rv rv F-22 rv rv F-29 rv 23 M-7 rv rv M-14 rv rv Final rv *

>> 2016-17 AP (25) Co (25) Pre rv rv N-14 rv rv N-21 rv rv N-28 rv D-5 rv rv D-12 rv rv D-19 rv D-26 J-2 J-9 rv rv J-16 J-23 J-30 rv rv F-6 rv rv F-13 rv rv F-20 25 25 F-27 21 22 M-6 20 22 M-13 19 19 Final * 21

NOTES: rv = not ranked but received at least one vote. Vote totals prior to 2002-03 are unavailable. * - Indicates no poll was released In 1960-61, the top-20 were ranked in the AP poll through the first month of the season. After Jan. 1, only the top-10 were included for the remainder of the season. In 1961-62, the preseason coaches poll included just 10 teams but expanded to 20 for the Dec. 19 poll.

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>> 2013-14 AP (25) Co (25) Pre 16 16 N-11 16 16 N-18 14 16 N-25 12 12 D-2 11 10 D-9 12 8 D-16 11 9 D-23 10 8 D-30 8 7 J-6 6 6 J-13 5 5 J-20 5 4 J-27 4 3 F-3 4 2 F-10 4 2 F-17 3 3 F-24 2 2 M-3 2 2 M-10 2 2 M-17 2 2 Final * 7

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Led by senior All-American Dave Stallworth, Wichita State ascended to No. 1 in both the Associated Press and Coaches Polls in December, 1964.


SECTION TITLE EXHIBITION RECORDS INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION TOURS

HOME EXHIBITIONS 1970-Pr. Marshall Era vs. NCAA-II vs. NAIA

56-10 (.848) Streak: Won 22 11-0 (1.000) 16-0 (1.000) 2-0 (1.000)

Date 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 11/18/1976 11/17/1977 11/21/1978 11/17/1979 11/19/1980 11/15/1981 11/11/1982 11/19/1983 11/13/1984 11/16/1985 11/21/1986 11/21/1987 11/20/1988 11/2/1989 11/10/1989 11/8/1990 11/14/1990 11/9/1991 11/15/1991 11/16/1992 11/23/1992 11/19/1993 11/23/1993 11/17/1994 11/22/1994 11/4/1995 11/14/1995 11/15/1996 11/23/1996 11/8/1997 11/15/1997 11/7/1998 11/14/1998 11/6/1999 11/12/1999 11/2/2000 11/13/2000 11/1/2001 11/8/2001 11/12/2002 11/17/2002 11/6/2003 11/13/2003 11/10/2004 11/15/2004 11/1/2005 11/10/2005 11/1/2006 11/6/2006 11/3/2007 11/8/2007 11/10/2008 11/7/2009 11/10/2010 11/8/2011 11/5/2012 11/2/2013 11/8/2014 11/7/2015 11/5/2016 11/4/2017

Opponent Affiliation Athletes in Action Athletes in Action Athletes in Action Brazil # Brazil # Athletes in Action Brazil # Czechoslovakia # Bulgaria # Yugoslavia # South Korea # Yugoslavia # Soviet Union # Czechoslovakia # Yugoslavia # Nosso Limeira (Brazil) Yugoslavia # Czechoslovakia # Victoria (Australia) High Five America Brazil # High Five America Lithuania # Ukraine # Marathon Oil Marathon Oil Sports Club of Moscow (Russia) Marathon Oil Ginastico (Brazil) Spirit Express Latvia # Athletes in Action-Blue Zagreb (Croatia) Athletes in Action-Blue WBO Stars California All-Stars Venezuela # Athletes First Phillippenes # Athletes First California All-Stars BWBA All-Stars California All-Stars Athletes First EA Sports All-Stars Athletes First Emporia State NCAA-II Athletes First Emporia State NCAA-II Emporia State NCAA-II Athletes First Emporia State NCAA-II Rockhurst NCAA-II Emporia State NCAA-II Fort Hays State NCAA-II Arkansas Tech NCAA-II Pittsburg State NCAA-II Emporia State NCAA-II Newman NCAA-II Newman NCAA-II Emporia State NCAA-II Pittsburg State NCAA-II Oklahoma Baptist NAIA-I Northwood (Fla.) NAIA-II Hawaii Pacific NCAA-II Augusta (Ga.) Univ. NCAA-II Henderson State NCAA-II

NCAA rules allow for an international exhibition tour every four years. Below is a brief summary of foreign trips taken by WSU since 1980. Result W 63-62 W 80-64 W 92-76 L 76-77 W 78-67 W 81-61 W 62-56 L 72-81 W 103-93 W 86-81 W 112-77 W 103-82 W 81-80 W 97-77 L 81-98 W 8-45 L 65-77 W 78-75 W 89-71 L 96-102 L 85-89 W 96-90 W 103-89 W 79-78 L 72-80 W 91-79 L 57-66 W 79-74 W 72-61 W 84-57 W 55-52 W 71-68 W 77-63 W 70-56 W 90-67 W 80-73 W 107-59 W 77-66 W 84-56 W 80-61 W 94-90 W 59-57 L 72-74 L 88-93 W 88-80 ot W 109-86 W 108-86 W 77-69 W 81-66 W 68-61 W 83-57 W 92-70 W 67-55 W 87-62 W 80-38 W 76-63 W 56-42 W 71-58 W 81-69 W 80-62 W 82-43 W 100-56 W 73-29 W 112-55 W 91-57 W 73-67

1980 - YUGOSLAVIA Gene Smithson spent the summer of 1979 running youth camps in Yugoslavia and returned a year later with his entire team. WSU’s 10 returners for the 198081 season embarked on a nine-game, 15 city tour that saw them travel from one end of Yugoslavia to the other. They went from the Adriatic Sea to the Italian and Romanian borders and played the first games in three new arenas in the cities of Titograd, Kikinda and Srbobran. The Shockers faced two future teammates, incoming freshmen Zarko Djuricic and Zoran Radovic, who were members of Yugoslavia’s Junior National Team. In one game, Cliff Levingston scored 44 points and hauled down 14 boards. The team finished 4-5, though three of those losses came against the 1980 Olympic Gold Medal-winning Yugoslavian Senior National Team. 1995 - EUROPE Leading into Scott Thompson’s final year as head coach, WSU embarked on a 17-day summer exhibition tour through Europe, compiling a 4-3 record against teams from Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. Helped by 12-minute, NBA-style quarters, the Shockers topped 100 points in three of their wins. WSU brought 10 players, including recent graduate L.D. Swanson, who played sparingly and even donned an opposing uniform in the second-half of one contest. Jamie Arnold led the scoring with four 20-point efforts. He went for 31 in the opener and added a 25-point, 20-rebound performance a week later. Seniors-to-be, Ryan Herrs and Larry Callis also factored prominently, along with Terrance Flowers, Melvin McKey and Darin Miller. Date May 18 May 19 May 20 May 23 May 25 May 27 May 28

Opponent Lugano Select Union Express Union Express Steiermark Graz Select All-Stars KK Idrita KK Kra’ski of Zidar

Location Lugano, Switz. Neuchatel, Switz. Neuchatel, Switz. Graz, Austria Graz, Austria Idrita, Slovenia Sezana, Slovenia

W L L W W L W

Result 101-73 78-84 80-86 119-105 120-85 70-71 84-68

2006 - CANADA In the summer after WSU's Sweet 16 run under Mark Turgeon, a veteran Shocker lineup spent a long Labor Day weekend in the great northwest. The trip (and extra practices) paid off later that fall when WSU notched true road wins at nationally-ranked LSU and Syracuse. Date Sep. 2 Sep. 2 Sep. 3

Opponent Simon Fraser Univ. Trinity Western Univ. of British Columbia

Location Burnaby, B.C. Abbotsford, B.C. Vancouver, B.C.

2011 - BRAZIL WSU faced a wide range of competition during a week in South America. Veterans of the 2011 NIT Championship were tested against the Brazilian National Team, while the younger players benefited from time during lopsided wins over pair of club teams from Rio de Janeiro. In between, the players and coaches experienced Brazilian culture, hiking to the famous Christ the Redeemer statue above Rio and hosting a basketball clinic at a local school. Date Aug. 9 Aug. 10 Aug. 12 Aug. 14 Aug. 15

Opponent Plameiras Sports Club Brazilian National Team Flamgeno Sports Club Tijuca Sports Club Tijuca Sports Club

Location Sao Paulo Sao Paulo Rio De Janeiro Rio De Janeiro Rio De Janeiro

L L W W W

Result 76-81 61-87 80-39 103-61 96-91

2016 - CANADA Summer workouts and practices focused heavily on teaching and culminated in early August with a six-day foreign tour of Montreal, Canada. The ten extra practices leading up to the trip gave a young group an early opportunity to hear terminology and learn the system, and four exhibitions against Canadian university and club teams gave the players a chance to apply some of what they had learned in a game setting. The Shockers went 3-1 with wins over McGill University, the University of Quebec at Montreal, and the IndiSport All-Stars (a select team comprised of Canadian pros). The team's only loss came to six-time defending Canadian national champion Carleton University. Four Shockers averaged in double-figures on the trip, led by Landry Shamet (14.0), Conner Frankamp (12.3), Zach Brown (11.8) and Darral Willis Jr. (11.3). Frankamp shot 63 percent from the field (19-of-30) and knocked down 6-of-14 from three. Brown attacked the basket often, hitting a team-high 23 free throws on 27 attempts. Rashard Kelly averaged a team-high 4.8 rebounds. In between games, the team enjoyed jet boating and white water rafting on the St. Lawrence River and also took in a Major League Soccer game. Date Aug. 6 Aug. 7 Aug. 9 Aug. 10

Opponent Univ. Quebec at Montreal Carleton University McGill University IndiSport All-Stars

Location Montreal, Quebec Ottawa, Ontario Montreal, Quebec Montreal, Quebec

W L W W

Result 107-58 75-100 77-71 94-79

Result W 92-63 W 87-62 W 72-68

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SECTION TITLE REGULAR SEASON TOURNAMENTS / EVENTS REGULAR SEASON TOURNAMENTS Overall WSU-Hosted Tournaments All-College Classic Date 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1954-55 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1972-73 1975-76 1976-77 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 2001-02 2003-04 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

Opponent Emporia (Kan.) Invitational Emporia (Kan.) Invitational Emporia (Kan.) Invitational All-College Tournament (Oklahoma City) All-College Tournament (Oklahoma City) All-College Tournament (Oklahoma City) All-College Tournament (Oklahoma City) All-College Tournament (Oklahoma City) All-College Tournament (Oklahoma City) Quaker City Invite. (Philadelphia, Penn.) All-College Tournament (Oklahoma City) Charlotte (N.C.) Invitational Illinois-Loyola Classic (Chicago) All-College Tournament (Oklahoma City) Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl (Houston, Texas) Lobo Invitational (Albuquerque, N.M.) Sun Devil Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) Sun Devil Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) McDonald’s Classic (Wichita) McDonald’s Classic (Wichita) McDonald’s Classic (Wichita) Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) McDonald’s Classic (Wichita) McDonald’s Classic (Wichita) McDonald’s Classic (Wichita) Suntory Ball (Japan) Pizza Hut Wichita Shootout (Wichita) BMA Holiday Classic (Kansas City, Mo.) Shocker Shootout (Wichita) Hawaii Loa Holiday Clas. (Honolulu, Hawaii) Palm Beach Classic (W. Palm Beach, Fla.) Manufacturer’s Hanover (New Rochelle, N.J.) Central Fidelity Classic (Richmond, Va.) Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) Cessna Classic (Wichita) Cessna Classic (Wichita) Big Island invitational (Hilo, Hawaii) Cessna Classic (Wichita) Cessna Classic (Wichita) Puerto Rico Shootout (San Juan, P.R.) Cessna Classic (Wichita) Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) Cessna Classic (Wichita, Kan.) Top of the World Classic (Fairbanks, Alaska) Paradise Jam (St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.) SPI Invitational (South Padre Island, Texas) ** Las Vegas Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) Paradise Jam (St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.) Old Spice Classic (Lake Buena Vista, Fla.) CBE Classic (Kansas City, Mo.) ** Maui Invitational (Maui, Hawaii) Puerto Rico Tip-Off (San Juan, PR) Cancun Challenge (Cancun, Mexico) ** CBE Classic (Kansas City, Mo.) ** Diamond Head Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) Advocare Invitational (Lake Buena Vista, Fla.) Battle for Atlantis (Paradise Island, Bahamas)* All-College Classic (Oklahoma City) Maui Invitational (Maui, Hawaii)

TOURNAMENTS (Marshall Era) W-L Titles 86-64 16 23-5 7 17-8 3 W-L 1-2 3-0 1-1 2-1 1-2 2-1 3-0 2-1 3-0 2-1 2-1 0-2 1-1 1-2 1-1 0-2 1-1 0-2 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-2 2-0 2-0 0-2 0-2 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-2 2-1 2-0 2-0 1-2 1-1 2-0 0-3 2-0 0-2 2-0 1-2 2-1 3-1 2-2 1-2 1-2 3-1 2-1 1-2 4-0 4-0 2-1 0-3 2-2 1-0 -

** Includes 2-0 record in preliminary games on WSU campus * Includes a preliminary game win on WSU campus

1st 3rd 3rd 3rd 1st 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 4th 3rd 4th 3rd 4th 1st 1st 1st 6th 1st 1st 4th 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 3rd 4th 3rd 1st 1st 4th 2nd 1st 7th 1st 4th 1st 6th 2nd 3rd 4th 7th 5th 3rd 5th 4th 1st 1st 2nd 8th 4th 1st

Overall In Wichita (preliminary games) On Site On Site Openers Quarterfinals Semifinals Championships Consolation Bracket

20-14 7-0 13-14 5-5 3-4 3-3 2-1 5-5

CONFERENCE CHALLENGE SERIES Lost 2 Won 7 Lost 2 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 3

2008 • Old Spice Classic • Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Quarterfinal #21 Georgetown L, 50-58 Conso SF Siena W, 72-70 5th Place #5 Michigan State L, 57-65 2009 • CBE Classic • Kansas City, Mo. (Sprint Center) Prelim Fairleigh Dickinson W, 80-64 Wichita Prelim Ark.-Monticello W, 79-50 Wichita Semifinal Pittsburgh L, 55-68 3rd Place Iowa W, 74-57 All-Tournament: Toure’ Murry 2010 • Maui Invitational • Maui, Hawaii Quarterfinal UConn L, 79-83 Cono SF Chaminade W, 79-58 5th Place Virginia W, 70-58 2011 • Puero Rico Tipoff • San Juan, Puerto Rico Quarterfinal Colorado W, 67-58 Semifinal #16 Alabama L, 60-70 3rd Place Temple L, 74-78 (ot) 2012 • Cancun Challenge • Cancun, Mexico Prelim Western Carolina W, 79-63 Wichita Prelim Howard W, 69-50 Wichita Semifinal DePaul W, 75-62 Championship Iowa W, 75-63 All-Tournament: Cleanthony Early (MVP), Malcolm Armstead Wichita Wichita

2014 • Diamond Head Classic • Honolulu, Hawaii Quarterfinal Loyola Marymount W, 80-53 Semifinal Hawaii W, 80-79 (ot) Championship George Washington L, 54-60 All-Tournament: Ron Baker, Fred VanVleet 2015 • Puero Rico Tipoff • San Juan, Puerto Rico Quarterfinal Southern California L, 69-72 Cono SF Alabama L, 60-64 7th Place Iowa L, 61-84 2016 • Battle 4 Atlantis • Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas Prelim Long Beach State W, 92-55 Wichita Quarterfinal LSU W, 82-47 Semifinal #10 Louisville L 52-62 3rd Place #24 Michigan State L, 72-77 All-Tournament: Markis McDuffie 2017 • Maui Invitational • Maui, Hawaii Quarterfinal California Marquette/VCU Chaminade/LSU/Michigan/Notre Dame

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Wichita San Diego, Calif. Wichita Colo. Springs, Colo. Wichita Fort Collins, Colo.

W, 80-68 L, 69-83 W, 89-70 W, 72-69 W, 56-50 W, 82-67

BRACKET BUSTERS SERIES (2003-13)

2007 • Paradise Jam • St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands Quarterfinal Baylor L, 55-64 Conso SF Monmouth L, 50-59 7th Place Illinois-Chicago W, 67-60

2013 • CBE Classic • Kansas City, Mo. Prelim William & Mary W, 79-62 Prelim Tennessee State W, 85-71 Semifinal DePaul W, 90-72 Championship BYU W, 75-62 All-Tournament: Ron Baker (MVP), Fred VanVleet

MVC-Mountain West Challenge (5-1) 12/12/2009 TCU 12/4/2010 at #17 San Diego St. 12/4/2011 #18 UNLV 12/2/2015 at Air Force 12/2/2015 UNLV 12/3/2016 at Colorado St.

A two-day event designed to give NCAA tournament hopefuls from non-power conferences an opportunity to boost their RPI and at-large resumes while gaining national television exposure on the ESPN family of networks. It was established in 2003 with a pool of 18 schools and eventually expanded to include over 100. Visiting schools were guaranteed a future return game. The event was discontinued after the 2012-13 season, and the last of the return games were played in 2014-15. WSU hosted a pair of eventual FInal Four teams in Bracket Buster matchups (George Mason in 2006 and VCU in 2011). WSU and GMU squared off a second time in the 2006 Sweet 16. While the Shockers were just 4-6 in actual Bracket Buster games, they were 14-6 overall in games tied to the event, thanks to a perfect 10-0 record in return contests. Bracket Buster Games 4-6 Record 2/21/2004 Austin Peay 2/19/2005 at Miami (Ohio) 2/18/2006 George Mason 2/17/2007 Appalachian St. 2/23/2008 at Northern Arizona 2/21/2009 Cleveland St. 2/20/2010 at Utah St. 2/18/2011 VCU 2/18/2012 at Davidson 2/23/2013 Detroit

(3-3 Home, 1-3 Away) Wichita W, 62-47 Oxford, Ohio L, 58-65 Wichita L, 67-70 Wichita L, 58-60 Flagstaff, Ariz. L, 75-85 Wichita W, 70-59 Logan, Utah L, 58-68 Wichita L, 67-68 Davidson, N.C. W, 91-74 Wichita W, 94-79

Bracket Buster Return Games 10-0 Record (4-0 Home, 6-0 Away) 11/27/2004 at Austin Peay Clarksville, Tenn. W, 72-62 12/20/2005 Miami (Ohio) Wichita W, 55-46 11/18/2006 at George Mason Fairfax, Va. W, 72-66 11/29/2007 at Appalachian St. Boone, N.C. W, 62-53 12/20/2008 Northern Arizona Wichita W, 58-53 11/28/2009 at Cleveland St. Cleveland, Ohio W, 69-54 12/10/2011 Utah St. Wichita W, 83-76 11/13/2012 at VCU Richmond, Va. W, 53-51 12/29/2013 Davidson Wichita W, 81-70 12/13/2014 at Detroit Detroit, Mich. W, 77-68


SECTION TITLE

Tournament Results, By Year.............................. 144 Championships.................................................. 145 Single-Game Records......................................... 146

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS

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SECTION TITLE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT RECORDS ALL-TIME MVC TOURNAMENT RESULTS Year 1977

Seed [3]

1978 1979

[6] [3]

1980

[4]

1981

[1]

1982 1983 1984

[3]

1985

[3]

1986 1987

[5] [2]

1988

[2]

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

[2] [6] [6] [8] [6] [7] [8] [7] [4]

1999

[9]

2000

[9]

2001 2002 2003

[9] [5] [3]

2004

[3]

2005

[2]

2006

[1]

2007 2008 2009

[6] [9] [7]

2010

[2]

2011

[2]

2012

[1]

2013

[2]

2014

[1]

2015

[1]

2016

[1]

2017

[2]

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Location Wichita, Kan. " Peoria, Ill. Wichita, Kan. Las Cruces, N.M. Wichita, Kan. Peoria, Ill. Wichita, Kan. " " Wichita, Kan. Tulsa, Okla. Wichita, Kan. " Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Wichita, Kan. " Tulsa, Okla. Peoria, Ill. " Wichita, Kan. Normal, Ill. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. " St. Louis, Mo. " St. Louis, Mo. " St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. " St. Louis, Mo. " St. Louis, Mo. " St. Louis, Mo. " St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. " St. Louis, Mo. " " St. Louis, Mo. " St. Louis, Mo. " St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo.

Head Coach Harry Miller Harry Miller Gene Smithson Gene Smithson Gene Smithson

Gene Smithson Gene Smithson Gene Smithson Eddie Fogler Eddie Fogler Eddie Fogler Mike Cohen Mike Cohen Mike Cohen Scott Thompson Scott Thompson Scott Thompson Randy Smithson Randy Smithson Randy Smithson Randy Smithson Mark Turgeon Mark Turgeon Mark Turgeon Mark Turgeon Mark Turgeon Mark Turgeon Mark Turgeon Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall Gregg Marshall

Round Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship Not Eligible Not Eligible Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Did Not Qualify Play-In Quarterfinal Semifinal Play-In Quarterfinal Play-In Quarterfinal Play-In Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Play-In Play-In Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship

Opponent [5] Drake [4] West Texas A&M [5] Bradley [6] Drake [2] New Mexico State [5] Indiana State [1] Bradley [8] Southern Illinois [4] Drake [2] Creighton

Result W 67-63 L 68-79 L 71-75 W 70-69 L 81-85 W 82-70 L 60-68 W 77-57 W 88-74 L 64-70

Points 19- Brent 29 - Johnson Unavailable 20 - Shirley Unavailable 24 - Levingston 21 - Carr 21 - Levingston 25 - Carr 16 - Martin

Rebounds 9 - Elmore 17 - Elmore

Assists 4 - Johnson 5 - Trogele

[6] Southern Illinois [2] Tulsa [6] Southern Illinois [7] Indiana State [1] Tulsa [4] Illinois State [7] Creighton [3] Illinois State [1] Tulsa [7] Tulsa [3] Illinois State [7] Illinois State [3] Creighton [3] Tulsa [1] Southern Illinois [3] Missouri State [2] Bradley [1] Tulsa

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

107-77 80-86 69-66 92-65 84-82 70-78 73-70 56-53 79-74 ot 74-66 51-59 60-66 66-70 52-71 63-67 57-72 44-52 63-77

[10] Drake [5] Indiana State [1] Illinois State [8] Northern Iowa [1] Evansville [8] Illinois State [1] Indiana State [8] Missouri State [4] Missouri State [6] Bradley [2] Creighton [6] Drake [2] Northern Iowa [7] Drake [3] Creighton [9] Indiana State [5] Bradley [3] Missouri State [8] Indiana State [10] Missouri State [2] Creighton [7] Missouri State [3] Illinois State [1] Northern Iowa [10] Bradley [3] Indiana State [8] Indiana State [4] Illinois State [7] Missouri State [6] Illinois State [1] Creighton [9] Evansville [4] Missouri State [2] Indiana State [9] Southern Illinois [4] Illinois State [8] Loyola [4] Northern Iowa [7] Bradley [6] Missouri State [1] Illinois State

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

63-74 65-55 54-75 74-72 ot 71-79 70-55 50-57 45-57 59-72 70-66 69-70 63-57 56-63 72-52 60-70 81-63 52-60 64-67 67-71 59-46 62-63 73-63 65-61 52-67 70-56 54-61 72-48 64-65 69-59 66-51 65-68 80-58 67-42 83-69 56-45 62-65 66-58 52-57 ot 82-56 78-63 71-51

Attendance 7,352 9,797

10 - Shirley

4 - Shirley

6,527

13 - Levingston 11 - Carr/Levingston 11 - Carr 17 - Levingston 10 - Levingston

10 - Smithson 3 -Carr/Smithson 9 - Martin 8 - Smithson 8 - Martin

8,407 7,300 9,211 9,658 9,836

28 - McDaniel 35 - McDaniel 25 - McDaniel 34 - McDaniel 34 - McDaniel 13 - Radunovich/Santos 19 - Grayer 18 - Radunovich 17 - Cundiff 16 - Dwi. Praylow 20 - Hill 18 - Grayer 24 - Nickerson 28 - Guffrovich 21 - George 19 - Wiggins 16 - Arnold 25 - Arnold

11 - McDaniel 14 - McDaniel 21 - McDaniel 13 - McDaniel 13 - McDaniel 9 - Santos 7 - H. Carr 6 - Radunovich 10 - Grayer 6 - Dwa. Praylow 11 - Radunovich 15 - Grayer 9 - Cooper/Nickerson 10 - Wiggins 7 - Peterson 8 - Wiggins 6 - Arnold/Swanson 7 - Arnold

6 - McDaniel/Papke 6 - Sherrod 6 - Sherrod 8 - Arline 8 - Sherrod 2 - 3 Players 7 - Dwi. Praylow 5 - Dwi. Praylow 4 - Cundiff/Griffin 3 - 3 Players 3 - Griffin 6 - Guffrovich 4 - Cooper/Guffrovich Unavailable 3 - Hunt 4 - Hunt 3 - Flowers/Stricklen 5 - Swanson

21 - Perez 17 - Evans 14 - Perez 18 - Perez 21 - Evans 21 - Perez 19 - Perez 15 - Mack 19 - Mack 20 - Burns 21 - Burns 13 - Holman 14 - Howard 14 - Burns 12 - Howard/Kampman 15 - Ogirri/Miller 19 - Ogirri 18 - Braeuer 19 - Ellis 16 - Murry 17 - Durley 19 - Stutz 17 - Stutz 12 - Hannah 16 - Stutz 18 - Durley 14 - Murry/Ragland 17 - Ragland 18 - Hall 16 - Hall 28 - Armstead 17 - Baker/Early 20 - Early 22 - VanVleet 13 - VanVleet 19 - VanVleet 25 - Baker 14 - Grady 17 - Willis Jr. 21 - Morris 19 - Frankamp

6 - Williams 11 - Evans 7 - Roosevelt 10 - Williams 6 - Evans 8 - Perez 7 - Perez/Williams 13 - Robinson 9 - Mack 8 - Miller 6 - Hogg/Howard 6 - Burns 5 - Burns/Miller 7 - Couisnard 8 - Couisnard/Howard 6 - Braeuer/Couisnard 9 - Couisnard 7 - Martin 9 - Ellis 6 - Durley/Murry 11 - Clemente 6 - Stutz/Murry 5 - Hatch/Stutz 7 - Murry 8 - Blair 11 - Durley 12 - Stutz 13 - Smith 12 - Hall 9 - Armstead 9 - Armstead 7 - Lufile 6 - Lufile 8 - Lufile 5 - Wessel 7 - VanVleet 6 - Grady 9 - Baker 10 - McDuffie 7 - Morris/McDuffie/Willis 10 - Morris

5 - Goolsby 3 - Hankton 2 - Lemons 4 - Evans 4 - Perez 3 - Lemons/Steven/Lewis 6 - Phillips 4 - Phillips 3 - Howard 3 - Burns/Holman/Kampman 5 - Holman 4 - Holman 3 - Wise 6 - Liberty 3 - Burns 2 - 5 Players 3 - Couisnard 3 - CouisnardMekel 3 - Braeuer/Couisnard/Mekel 5 - Hannah 4 - Hannah 4 - Hannah 3 - Murry 2 - Stutz 3 - Murry 5 - Ragland 5 - Ragland 2 - Ragland/Murry/Smith 5 - Armstead 3 - Armstead/Williams 3 - Armstead 5 - VanVleet 5 - VanVleet 5 - VanVleet 4 - VanVleet 7 - Baker 4 - Baker 5 - VanVleet 4 - Shamet/Frankamp 4 - Shamet 2 - Kelly

8,102 9,047 8,750 8,521 8,733 unknown 6,078 6,572 7,427 8,248 7,712 7,229 8,620 7,179 unknown unknown unknown unknown 6,911 9,679 11,017 6,894 10,429 6,725 9,596 4,315 10,151 11,924 15,703 9,819 13,287 10,854 14,069 11,782 17,772 16,651 7,849 6,534 12,765 10,182 13,814 9,297 9,318 13,533 11,348 16,271 14,004 18,262 16,659 10,260 13,966 12,125 9,015 13,898 10,560 14,299 9,124 12,124 11,744


SECTION TITLE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT RECORDS CHAMPIONSHIPS

1985 March 9, 1985 | Tulsa, Okla.| Tulsa Convention Center Wichita State 84, #15 Tulsa 82 With senior All-American Xavier McDaniel leading the way, WSU won its first MVC Tournament Championship. The Shockers were seeded third in the bracket after an 11-5 regular season finish. Following a pair of home wins, WSU traveled to 17th-ranked Tulsa for the championship game. McDaniel -- who that year became the first in history to lead the nation in both scoring (27.2) and rebounding (14.8) -- tallied 34 points and grabbed 13 boards to lead the Shockers to a thrilling 84-82 victory over their arch rival.

WICHITA STATE Steve Grayer 6-12, 2-3, 14; Sasha Radunovich 2-6, 6-6, 10; Henry Carr 1-3, 1-4, 3; Gary Cundiff 6-7, 2-2, 17; Joe Griffin 3-5, 0-2, 9; Dwight Praylow 5-9, 0-0, 12; Tom Kosich 1-1, 0-0, 2; Dwayne Praylow 0-1, 1-2, 1; Gus Santos 5-7, 2-3, 12; Totals: 28-51, 15-20, 79

Wichita State................ 35 35 9 - 79 Tulsa............................... 34 36 4 - 74 3-point goals-- WSU 8-10 (Raudunovich 0-1, Cundiff 3-3, Griffin 3-3, Dwi. Praylow 2-3) Tulsa 5-16 (Moss 5-9, Moore 0-1, Boudreaux 0-6) Fouled outTulsa, B. Rahilly Rebounds--WSU 31 (Grayer 10), Tulsa 28 (Moore & Royster, 6) A-7,427

2014 Mar. 9, 2014 | St. Louis, Mo. | Scottrade Center 2/2 [1] Wichita State 83, [2] Indiana State 69

TULSA Herb Suggs 1-2, 0-0, 2; Steve Harris 14-23, 9-10, 37; David Moss 3-7, 1-2, 7; Vince Williams 3-5, 3-4, 9; Herb Johnson 7-17, 2-2, 16; Byron Boudreaux 4-8, 0-0, 8; Carlton McKinney 0-2, 0-0, 0; Tracy Moore 0-2, 1-2, 1; Anthony Fobbs 0-1, 1-2, 1; Brian Rahilly 0-3, 1-2, 1; TOTALS 32-70, 18-24 -- 82

Fouled out--Tulsa-Johnson, Wichita State-None. Rebounds--Wichita State 33 (McDaniel 13), Tulsa 36 (Johnson 13). Assists--Wichita State 26 (Sherrod 8, Papke 7), Tulsa 13 (Moss 2). Blocks -- Wichita State 3 (McDaniel 3), Tulsa 0. Steals -- Wichita State 3 (Coleman 2), Tulsa 8 (Rahilly 2). Total fouls--Wichita State 19, Tulsa 18. A-8,733

1987 March 4, 1987 | Tulsa, Okla.| Tulsa Convention Center Wichita State 79, Tulsa 74 (ot) The Shockers celebrated another championship on Tulsa's home court, just two years later. The 1987 MVC Tournament was the first to feature a three-point line, and WSU took full advantage of the new rule, knocking down a near-perfect 8-of-10 from long range. Most Outstanding Player, Gary Cundiff (3-for-3 from three) led a group of five double-figure scorers with 17 points, and Steve Grayer collected a double-double, as Wichita State downed the Hurricane in overtime, 79-74.

Mar. 5, 2017 | St. Louis, Mo. | Scottrade Center 21/22 [2] Wichita State 71, [1] Illinois State 51

TULSA B. Rahilly 3-6, 0-0, 6; Moss 11-19, 9-10, 36; J. Rahilly 3-4, 0-0, 6; Moore 7-14, 6, 14; Bourdeaux 1-8, 0-0, 2; Parker 0-0, 0-0; Royster 4-9, 2-4, 10; Loyd 0-0, 0-0; Buckwalter 0-0, 0-0, 0; Totals 29-60, 11-14, 74

WICHITA STATE Mike Arline 5-9, 2-2,12; Cedric Coleman 3-4, 0-0, 6; Aubrey Sherrod 3-10, 2-2, 8; Xavier McDaniel 15-19, 4-7, 34; Henry Carr 1-1, 2-5, 4; Tom Kosich 0-0, 0-0, 0; Curtis Bailey 1-2, 0-0, 2; Clint Noremore 3-3, 0-1, 6; Karl Papke 5-8, 2-2, 9; TOTALS: 36-56, 12-19, 84

Wichita State................. 37 47 - 84 Tulsa.............................. 39 43 - 82

2017

WSU improved to 34-0 and became the first Division I team in over two decades to enter the NCAA Tournament with an unbeaten record. Larry Bird Trophy recipient, Fred VanVleet collected 22 points and five assists, and tournament most outstanding player Tekele Cotton scored 20 points to lead the Shockers past Indiana State, 83-69. In the process, Wichita State claimed its first Arch Madness title after trips to the championship game in 2010 and 2013. INDIANA STATE Arop, Manny 6-13 5-5 18; Gant, Justin 7-11 0-0 18; Odum, Jake 2-9 4-6 8; Cummings, Dawon 3-8 1-2 8; Smith, Khristian 2-6 2-4 6; Kitchell, Jake 2-5 0-0 5; Brown, Devonte 0-3 3-4 3; Eitel, Lucas 1-1 0-0 3; Bell, TJ 0-0 0-0 0; Burnett, Brandon 0-0 0-0 0; Moore, Demetrius 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-56 15-21 69 WICHITA STATE VanVleet, Fred 9-14 0-0 22; Cotton, Tekele 6-11 4-6 20; Baker, Ron 3-11 8-9 14; Carter, Darius 3-6 4-7 10; Early, Cleanthony 3-8 3-3 10; Lufile, Chadrack 2-6 0-1 4; Green, Derail 1-1 0-0 2; Wiggins, Nick 0-1 1-2 1; Coleby, Kadeem 0-1 0-0 0; Simon, John Robert 0-0 0-0 0; Bush, Zach 0-1 0-0 0; Wessel, Evan 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-60 20-28 83. Indiana State................. 29 40 - 69 Wichita State................. 39 44 - 83 3-point goals-- Indiana State 8-19 (Gant, Justin 4-6; Kitchell, Jake 1-1; Eitel, Lucas 1-1; Arop, Manny 1-2; Cummings, Dawon 1-5; Brown, Devonte 0-1; Smith, Khristian 0-1; Odum, Jake 0-2), Wichita State 9-22 (Cotton, Tekele 4-6; VanVleet, Fred 4-6; Early, Cleanthony 1-3; Bush, Zach 0-1; Baker, Ron 0-6). Fouled out--Indiana State-None, Wichita State-None. Rebounds--Indiana State 35 (Arop, Manny 7), Wichita State 41 (Lufile, Chadrack 8). Assists--Indiana State 10 (Odum, Jake 7), Wichita State 10 (VanVleet, Fred 5). Total fouls--Indiana State 25, Wichita State 15. Technical fouls--Indiana StateNone, Wichita State-None. A-12,125

A fitting championship matchup pitted regular season co-champions WSU and Illinois State. The pair each went 17-1 during the conference regular season with their only losses coming on the other's home floor. The rubber match, however, left little doubt. WSU clicked in all phases, holding ISU to just 29% from the floor in a convincing 71-51 victory. The tournament's most outstanding player, Conner Frankamp hit three treys on his way to 19 points. Markis McDuffie (16) and Landry Shamet (14) also finished in double-figures. Though no one realized it at the time, the 2017 MVC title game would also serve as the Shockers' farewell game. A month after cutting down the nets in St. Louis, WSU announced its move to the American Athletic Conference, effective in 2017-18. WICHITA STATE Conner Frankamp 6-12, 4-6, 19; Markis McDuffie 2-6, 11-11, 16; Landry Shamet 5-11, 1-2, 14; Darral Willis Jr. 3-5, 3-4, 9; Shaquille Morris 2-3, 0-0, 4; Rauno Nurger 0-3, 3-4, 3; Zach Brown 1-3, 0-2, 2; Daishon Smith 0-2, 2-4, 2; Austin Reaves 0-0, 1-2, 1; Rashard Kelly 0-4, 1-2, 1; John Robert Simon 0-0, 0-0, 0; Zach Bush 0-0, 0-0, 0; Eric Hamilton 0-0, 0-0, 0; C.J. Keyser 0-1, 0-0, 0. TOTALS 19-50, 26-37, 71 ILLINOIS STATE Paris Lee 7-21, 2-4, 18; MiKyl