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A CHAMPIONSHIP TRADITION At West Texas A&M, Winning Basketball isn’t something that happens every now and then, it’s become an every-year occurance . The combination of great coaching, outstanding student-athletes, top-notch facilites and the highest level of support have made Buffalo Basketball one of the NCAA’s most successful basketball programs over the past 20 years . 12 NCAA Appearances

26 Championship Banners

Not every team gets to play in this Division II invitiation-only tournament . Since becoming a member of NCAA Division II, West Texas A&M has participated in the NCAA Tournament more times than not .

The banners hanging from the rafters of First United Bank Center lend a visual, historical evidence to the fact that the levels of success achieved by the Buff Basketball program are more than mere participation awards .

4 LSC-South Titles 3 Honored Jerseys

Since the Lone Star Conference went to a twodivision format prior to the 1997-98 campaign, nobody has won more South Division titles than the Buffaloes .

You recognize outstanding players by displaying their jersey, and West Texas A&M has done such to honor three of its all-time greats; Joe Fortenberry, Reggie Ramey and Maurice Cheeks . Their numbers are present in the North end of the First United Bank Center .

1 NBA Legend At the time of his retirement from the NBA in 1993, Maurice Cheeks was the NBA all-time leader in steals and ranked fifth all-time in assists . But, whether it was as one of the NBAs outstanding guards, leading the Philadelphia 76ers to the 1983 NBA Championship, or as the head coach of first the Portland Trailblazers and later the Philadelphia 76ers, Maurice


CONTENTS Table of Contents/Quick Facts.................................1 Coaching Staff Head Coach Rick Cooper..................................... 2-3 Assistant Coaches...................................................4 2011-12 In Review 2011-12 Season Statistics.................................. 5-7 The Lone Star Conference Lone Star Conference Postseason Awards..............9 Lone Star Conference Record Book.......................10

UNIVERSITY FACTS The Record Book Year-By-Year Results....................................... 11-16 All-Time Series Records........................................17 Postseason History................................................18 All-Time Letterwinners.................................... 19-21 Individual Records........................................... 22-23 Media Information Media Information/Media Outlets..........................24

Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Canyon, Texas Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1910 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,843 President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. J. Patrick O’Brien Athletic Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael McBroom Senior Assoc. A.D. (SWA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . Holly Troth Associate A.D./Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . Kent Johnson Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Buffaloes/Buffs Colors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maroon and White Affiliationw. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division II Conference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lone Star (LSC) Stadium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First United Bank Center Capacity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,800 Athletic Department Phone. . . . . . . . (806) 651-4400 Ticket Sales Contact. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kara Jones Ticket Office Phone Number. . . . . . . (806) 651-1414

MEDIA RELATIONS Assistant A.D./Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kit Strief E-Mail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . kstrief@wtamu.edu Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (806) 651-4430 Assistant Director/MBB Contact . . . . . . . Brent Seals E-Mail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . bseals@wtamu.edu Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (806) 651-4442 Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (806) 674-7050 Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.gobuffsgo.com SID Mailing Address. . . . . . . . . . WTAMU Box 60049 Canyon, Texas 79016 Overnight Address . . . . . . . . 2403 Russell Long Blvd. Canyon, Texas 79016

COACHING STAFF Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick Cooper Alma Mater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wayland Baptist (‘81) WTAMU Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 369-181 (19 years) Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521-228 (25 years) Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (806) 651-2697 Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vinay Patel Graduate Assistant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kolby Huseman Student Assistant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Josh Humphrey Men’s Basketball Mailing Address. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WTAMU Box 60049, Canyon, Texas 79016

BASKETBALL INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-9 2011-12 LSC South Record . . . . . . . . . . 12-6 (Third) Starters Returning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Letterwinners Returning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 NCAA Post-Season Appearances. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Last NCAA Appearance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-12 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,422-904 (.611) Home. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 774-246 (.759) Away . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 485-596 (.449) Unknown Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160-59 (.731)


RICK COOPER HEAD COACH 20TH SEASON WAYLAND BAPTIST ‘81

Head coach Rick Cooper is now in his 20th season at the helm of the WTAMU basketball program. During a tenure which began with the 1993 94 campaign, Cooper has now taken the Buffaloes to 10 NCAA Regional Tournaments, including five in the past eight seasons, while compiling 19 consecutive winning campaigns. 2011-12 saw the Buffs finish the season with a 19-9 overall record and an appearance in the NCAA South Central Regional Quarterfinals for the second straight year before falling to Arkansas Tech in Wichita Falls, Texas. The 2010-11 campaign saw Cooper become one of just 13 active Division II coaches to have reached the 500 career win plateau, as well as lead the Buffs back to the NCAA post-season tournament. In 2007-08, Cooper guided the Buffs’ squad to another Lone Star Conference South Division regular season title, the school’s 12th postseason appearance and was honored with his second NCAA South Central Region Coach of the Year award as well as his sixth LSC Coach of the Year honor.

Cooper, who holds a 521-228 (.670) overall record entering his 26th season as a head coach, is 369-181 (.671) in his 20th season with the Buffaloes, has never had a losing campaign at WT and is the first coach in WT men’s basketball history to win 300 games, accomplishing the feat on Dec. 4, 2008 when the Buffs defeated #3-ranked Central Oklahoma, 80-67. On Jan. 8, 2004, Cooper became WTAMU’s all-time winningest head coach and just the second coach in school history with over 200 wins. He is a six-time LSC Coach of the Year, winning the award his first season in 1993-94, as well as in 1997-98, 1998-99 and in each of the last three seasons, 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007-08. Cooper was also named South Central Regional Coach of the Year by the National Association of Basketball Coaches in 1997-98. WTAMU has averaged nearly 20 wins per year in Cooper’s tenure at the helm. He tied the school record for most wins by a first-year head coach as he led the Buffs to a 20-10 mark in 1993-94.

COOPER’S COACHING FILE EDUCATION B.S. Wayland Baptist University/Education, 1981. M.S. Wayland Baptist University/Education, 1984.

CAREER ACCOLADES Cooper is WTAMU’s all-time winningest head coach (369 wins) Six-time LSC Coach of the Year (1993-94, 199798, 1998-99, 2005-06, 2006-07 & 2007-08)

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COLLEGIATE HEAD COACHING RECORD

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1993-94 20-10 Regional Semifinals 1994-95 17-10 LSC Quarters 1995-96 18-10 LSC Semis 1996-97 15-13 LSC Semis 1997-96 26-5 Elite Eight 1998-99 22-7 Regional Quarters 1999-00 21-7 LSC Finals 2000-01 23-8 Regional Semis 2001-02 16-10 2002-03 21-10 Regional Quarters 2003-04 18-10 LSC Quarters 2004-05 16-14 LSC Finals 2005-06 23-8 Regional Quarters 2006-07 18-11 Regional Quarters 2007-08 21-8 Regional Quarters 2008-09 16-11 2009-10 16-13 LSC Semis 2010-11 23-7 Regional Quarters 2011-12 19-9 Regional Quarters At WTAMU: 369-181 (.671, 19 Years) At Wayland Baptist: 152-47 (.764, Six Years) Overall: 521-228 (.670, 25 Years)

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Cooper led the 1997-98 team to many firsts. The Buffs set a school record by starting the season 15-0 and were ranked as high as fifth in the nation. In doing so, Cooper became the first WTAMU coach to lead the team to the NCAA Division II Elite Eight with an appearance. By season’s end, WTAMU led all NCAA Division II schools in team field-goal percentage and was ranked in five national statistical categories Prior to arriving at WTAMU, Cooper led Wayland Baptist University in Plainview, Texas, to three NAIA national tournament berths in his six years as head coach. Cooper compiled a 152-47 record (.764) as the Pioneers’ head coach in six seasons, which still stands as a school record. Further, he guided WBU to at least the NAIA district semifinal round in each of his six seasons. Cooper also had a distinguished playing career at WBU. A four-year letterwinner, Cooper led the Pioneers to their first 20-win season and NAIA District 8 championship. Listed 16th on WBU’s all-time scoring leader board with 1,214 points from 1977-81, he was a formidable post player. His playing honors include NAIA District 8 Player of the Week twice, Amarillo Chamber of Commerce Sports Achievement Award and first-team NAIA District 8 honors. Cooper was inducted into the Wayland Baptist Hall of Honor in the fall of 2012. Cooper graduated from WBU in 1981 with a bachelor’s degree in education, majoring in English and physical education. He obtained his master’s of education degree in secondary education, specializing in physical education from WBU in 1984. Cooper and his wife Janie have two children, Tyler, who lettered from 2005-08 at WTAMU, and Kori, who recently completed a career playing volleyball at the University of Nebraska, winning the 2006 National Championship.

WTAMU BASKETBALL HEAD COACHING RECORDS NAME

1. Wayne McCorkle 2. Sam Burton 3. Carl York 4. Al Baggett 5. Gus Miller 6. Borden Price 7. Metz LaFollette 8. Jimmy Viramontes 9. Dennis Walling 10. Ron Ekker 11. Ken Edwards 12. Gary Moss 13. Mark Adams 14. Jeff Morgan 15. Rick Cooper

FROM

1920-1921 1921-1933 1933-1934 1934-1942 1942-1957 1957-1959 1959-1963 1963-1967 1967-1973 1973-1978 1978-1984 1984-1987 1987-1992 1992-1993 1993-present

YEARS

1 12 1 7 14 2 4 4 6 5 6 3 5 1 19

RECORD

8-2 203-39 7-12 174-54 197-137 9-30 29-61 38-53 82-66 65-70 68-97 47-40 118-38 17-10 369-181

WIN %

80.0% 83.9% 36.8% 76.3% 58.9% 23.1% 32.2% 41.8% 55.4% 48.1% 41.2% 54.0% 75.6% 63.0% 67.1%

MOST WINS

1. Rick Cooper, 1993-present 2. Sam Burton, 1921-1933 3. Gus Miller, 1942-1957 4. Al Baggett, 1934-1942 5. Mark Adams, 1987-1992

369 203 197 174 118

BEST WINNING % (MIN. 20 GAMES)

1. Sam Burton, 1921-1933 2. Mark Adams, 1987-1992 3. Al Baggett, 1934-1942 4. Rick Cooper, 1993-present 5. Jeff Morgan, 1992-1993 CONSECUTIVE WINNING SEASONS

1. Rick Cooper, 1993-present 2. Al Baggett, 1937-1942 Mark Adams, 1987-1993 4. Gus Miller, 1942-1947* 5. Gus Miller, 1948-1952

83.9% 75.6% 76.3% 67.1% 63.0% 19 5 5 4 4 * Team Did Not Play 1943-44 Season

Four LSC-South Division Titles • 13 NCAA Postseason Appearances

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ASSISTANT COACHES/SUPPORT STAFF

VINAY PATEL

TORY FERNANDEZ

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

GRADUATE ASSISTANT

Vinay Patel is now in his eighth season as an member of the West Texas A&M coaching staff and in his first as the Buffs’ Associate Head Coach. In his seven seasons with the men’s program, he has been a part of one Lone Star Conference Championship, two LSC South Division titles and made five NCAA appearances. Patel’s responsibilities include serving as the recruiting coordinator, scouting, on-the-floor coaching, breaking down film, and assisting in day-to-day operations Prior to the 2010-11 campaign, he had served three years as an assistant for both the men’s and women’s basketball programs. During his three seasons while working with the women’s program, he was a part of three straight LSC Championships, three consecutive South Division titles, threeconsecutive NCAA appearances and one Regional Championship. In the 2008-2009 season, he was a member of the Lady Buff program that reached the NCAA Elite Eight. Patel spent his first two years as a graduate assistant for the Buffs’ men’s basketball program. The Shamrock, Texas, native earned his bachelor’s degree from Texas Tech in 2005 then went on to earn his master’s degree from WTAMU in May, 2007. Both degrees are in Sports and Exercise Sciences.

Tory Fernandez is in his first season as a Graduate Assistant coach at West Texas A&M. Fernandez’s responsibilities include recruiting, scouting, on-court coaching, breaking down film, coordinating team travel, and assisting in day-to-day operations. A Red Oak, Texas native, Fernandez played high school basketball at Red Oak High School where he received First Team All-District as a senior. Prior to joining the WT staff, Fernandez began his collegiate basketball career at Navarro College under Head Coach Robert Orr, while finishing up playing 2 seasons at West Texas A&M (2008-2010). Fernandez graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management (Aug 2011) and is currently seeking his Master’s Degree in Sports Management.

EIGHTH SEASON AT WEST TEXAS A&M

FIRST SEASON AT WEST TEXAS A&M

JOSH HUMPHREY STUDENT ASSISTANT

THIRD SEASON AT WEST TEXAS A&M Josh Humphreys enters his second season as a student assistant for the West Texas A&M men’s basketball team. The 2011-12 Buffs finished the season with a 19-9 overall record and made their 13th NCAA Postseason appearance before falling to Arkansas Tech in the South Central Regional Quarterfinals. His duties consist of assisting in team travel, video editing, coordinating recruiting correspondence, scout team logistics and other activities involved in the day-to-day operation of the program. A 2008 graduate of Pampa High School, Humphreys is currently pursuing his bachelor’s degree in Sports & Exercise Science from West Texas A&M University.

CHRIS DANE ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER

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FIFTH SEASON AT WEST TEXAS A&M

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Now in his fifth season with the WTAMU Athletic Training staff, Chris Dane’s primary responsibilities revolve around the men’s basketball program. Dane earned his bachelor of science degree in Sports & Exercise Science from WTAMU in 2003. While attending WTAMU, he worked with all sports while serving as a student trainer. Dane received his masters of education in 2006 from Texas State University. While at the San Marcos, Texas, institution, he was a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer, responsible for the women’s volleyball and women’s tennis programs. Prior to returning to WTAMU, Dane spent two years as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Stephen F. Austin, working with the baseball and men’s basketball programs. A native of Shallowater, Texas, Dane is single and resides in Canyon, Texas.

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2011-12 SEASON STATISTICS RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 19-9 12-6 7-3

HOME 9-2 7-2 2-0

AWAY 7-4 5-4 2-0

NEUTRAL 3-3 0-0 3-3

No. Player GP 05 SIMS, Donald 28 Conference-Only... 18 02 WASHINGTON, Ken. 25 Conference-Only... 18 40 CARR, Courtney 28 Conference-Only... 18 12 FOSTER, Lionel 24 Conference-Only... 18 14 DUMARS, Tez 28 Conference-Only... 18 03 HENDERSON, David 26 Conference-Only... 16 01 JONES, Kerry 4 Conference-Only... 0 34 WHITE, Mason 19 Conference-Only... 15 32 EDWARDS, Tysh. 22 Conference-Only... 14 24 BABLES, Mike 16 Conference-Only... 7 42 SALLIS, Kendrick 2 Conference-Only... 0 30 TUBB, Justin 25 Conference-Only... 15 44 HODGE, Barrick 3 Conference-Only... 1 22 WALLER, Kevin 8 Conference-Only... 3 Team Team Conference... Total.......... 28 Opponents...... 28

TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 25 960 34.3 164 255 .643 0 0 .000 68 122 .557 106 154 260 9.3 41 0 17 35 23 31 396 14.1 16 636 35.3 98 160 .613 0 0 .000 59 96 .615 82 100 182 10.1 31 0 8 22 12 18 255 14.2 19 780 31.2 128 281 .456 24 69 .348 61 92 .663 18 98 116 4.6 54 3 55 71 0 18 341 13.6 12 542 30.1 88 208 .423 16 47 .340 42 62 .677 14 68 82 4.6 37 1 37 51 0 11 234 13.0 23 626 22.4 100 170 .588 0 0 .000 56 104 .538 50 92 142 5.1 89 3 16 53 29 20 256 9.1 15 416 23.1 63 112 .563 0 0 .000 37 79 .468 31 60 91 5.1 58 3 8 39 24 13 163 9.1 22 815 34.0 46 124 .371 6 27 .222 114 150 .760 11 77 88 3.7 40 0 180 98 2 44 212 8.8 16 623 34.6 35 101 .347 5 22 .227 94 125 .752 8 55 63 3.5 29 0 126 78 2 36 169 9.4 16 696 24.9 80 191 .419 46 125 .368 33 45 .733 21 33 54 1.9 64 3 37 26 1 14 239 8.5 10 462 25.7 54 127 .425 34 88 .386 17 25 .680 18 22 40 2.2 48 2 22 16 1 10 159 8.8 20 773 29.7 49 138 .355 23 73 .315 11 19 .579 9 51 60 2.3 72 3 51 28 1 7 132 5.1 10 454 28.4 27 74 .365 15 39 .385 8 11 .727 9 24 33 2.1 44 2 32 17 0 2 77 4.8 0 55 13.8 6 17 .353 0 0 .000 7 8 .875 4 4 8 2.0 12 0 0 11 1 3 19 4.8 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 375 19.7 33 74 .446 2 14 .143 15 23 .652 23 43 66 3.5 39 0 11 20 2 5 83 4.4 0 288 19.2 19 48 .396 2 11 .182 14 21 .667 18 30 48 3.2 33 0 5 15 1 5 54 3.6 0 157 7.1 26 46 .565 1 10 .100 11 26 .423 11 16 27 1.2 25 0 7 20 2 5 64 2.9 0 76 5.4 9 21 .429 1 9 .111 3 6 .500 4 4 8 0.6 14 0 5 11 0 3 22 1.6 1 171 10.7 12 49 .245 6 28 .214 4 6 .667 0 14 14 0.9 11 0 12 10 0 2 34 2.1 0 30 4.3 4 17 .235 4 11 .364 2 3 .667 0 4 4 0.6 3 0 2 0 0 1 14 2.0 0 2 1.0 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0.5 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 1.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 3 189 7.6 9 26 .346 0 0 .000 6 11 .545 9 14 23 0.9 34 0 3 17 0 7 24 1.0 1 89 5.9 2 13 .154 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 5 8 13 0.9 22 0 1 6 0 4 4 0.3 0 6 2.0 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 0.7 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0.7 0 2 2.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 25 3.1 1 6 .167 0 1 .000 1 7 .143 3 6 9 1.1 2 0 0 1 1 1 3 0.4 0 11 3.7 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 3 .000 0 3 3 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0.7 40 49 89 3 27 29 56 3 5630 656 1380 .475 108 347 .311 387 613 .631 307 652 959 34.2 485 12 389 396 62 157 1807 64.5 5626 568 1380 .412 179 527 .340 317 471 .673 248 539 787 28.1 543 - 316 394 56 169 1632 58.3

Four LSC-South Division Titles • 13 NCAA Postseason Appearances

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West Texas A&M Season Box Score – 2011-12 All Games

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2011-12 SEASON STATISTICS West Texas A&M Season Results – 2011-12 RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 19-9 12-6 7-3

HOME 9-2 7-2 2-0

AWAY 7-4 5-4 2-0

NEUTRAL 3-3 0-0 3-3

DATE OPPONENT SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS 11/11/11 ^vs Northeastern State W 52-47 244 (13)SIMS, Donald 11/12/11 ^vs Missouri S&T W 63-59 137 (23)WASHINGTON, Kennon 11/18/11 #vs A&M International L 50-53 75 (11)WASHINGTON, Kennon 11/19/11 #at UT-Permian Basin W 81-75 350 (21)CARR, Courtney 12/01/11 *at Incarnate Word W 65-63 589 (24)SIMS, Donald 12/03/11 *at Texas A&M-Kingsville W 69-61 300 (14)WASHINGTON, Kennon (14)CARR, Courtney 12/7/11 Oklahoma Panhandle State W 68-45 863 (18)WASHINGTON, Kennon 12/10/11 UT-Permian Basin W 61-45 692 (22)WASHINGTON, Kennon 12/13/11 *at Abilene Christian W 61-58 525 (15)SIMS, Donald 12/17/11 *Angelo State W 71-44 827 (16)CARR, Courtney 12/30/11 at Oklahoma Panhandle State W 94-52 179 (17)SIMS, Donald 1/4/12 *Texas A&M-Commerce W 77-72 857 (24)WASHINGTON, Kennon 1/7/12 *at Tarleton L 56-59 2156 (19)DUMARS, Tez 1/11/12 *at Midwestern State Lot 60-66 2728 (13)CARR, Courtney 1/14/12 *Cameron L 64-68 1296 (16)SIMS, Donald 1/18/12 *Eastern New Mexico W 71-68 1152 (19)SIMS, Donald 1/21/12 *at Eastern New Mexico L 66-68 1768 (14)CARR, Courtney 1/26/12 *Incarnate Word L 53-63 872 (18)FOSTER, Lionel 1/28/12 *Texas A&M-Kingsville W 69-40 1016 (18)SIMS, Donald 2/8/12 *Abilene Christian W 57-49 1134 (14)WASHINGTON, Kennon 2/11/12 *at Angelo State W 61-56 648 (17)SIMS, Donald 02/15/12 *at Texas A&M-Commerce W 70-60 597 (16)WASHINGTON, Kennon 02/18/12 *Tarleton W 62-53 1411 (22)WASHINGTON, Kennon 02/22/12 *Midwestern State W 60-56 1458 (16)FOSTER, Lionel 02/25/12 *at Cameron L 61-67 800 (17)SIMS, Donald 02/29/12 &vs Eastern New Mexico W 80-47 695 (20)CARR, Courtney 03/02/12 &vs Tarleton L 37-59 (10)SIMS, Donald 03/10/12 @vs Arkansas Tech L 68-79 2100 (23)SIMS, Donald

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^ - Newman Classic (Wichita, Kansas) # - UTPB Falcon Classic (Odessa, Texas) & - Lone Star Conference Tournament (Allen, Texas)

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ATTENDANCE SUMMARY HOME AWAY NEUTRAL TOTAL

GAMES TOTALS 11 11578 11 10640 6 3251 28 25469

HIGH REBOUNDS (6)SIMS, Donald (15)SIMS, Donald (6)SIMS, Donald (10)CARR, Courtney (10)SIMS, Donald (12)SIMS, Donald (9)SIMS, Donald (10)CARR, Courtney (8)SIMS, Donald (9)SIMS, Donald (10)SIMS, Donald (8)WHITE, Mason (8)WASHINGTON, Kennon (8)CARR, Courtney (11)SIMS, Donald (8)SIMS, Donald (15)SIMS, Donald (12)SIMS, Donald (11)SIMS, Donald (9)SIMS, Donald (13)SIMS, Donald (9)SIMS, Donald (14)SIMS, Donald (6)CARR, Courtney (6)WASHINGTON, Kennon (12)SIMS, Donald (9)FOSTER, Lionel (7)WASHINGTON, Kennon (15)SIMS, Donald (7)SIMS, Donald (5)SIMS, Donald (10)SIMS, Donald

@ - South Central Regional (Wichita Falls, Texas)

AVG/GAME 1053 967 542 910

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2011-12 SEASON STATISTICS West Texas A&M Game-By-Game Opponent Score vs Northeastern State 52-47 vs Missouri S&T 63-59 vs Texas A&M Int’l 50-53 at Texas-Permian Basin 81-75 at Incarnate Word 65-63 at Texas A&M-Kingsville 69-61 Okla. Panhandle St. 68-45 UT-Permian Basin 61-45 at Abilene Christian 61-58 Angelo State 71-44 at Okla. Panhandle St. 94-52 Texas A&M-Commerce 77-72 at Tarleton State 56-59 at Midwestern State 60-66 Cameron 64-68 Eastern New Mexico 71-68 at Eastern New Mexico 66-68 Incarnate Word 53-63 Texas A&M-Kingsville 69-40 Abilene Christian 57-49 at Angelo State 61-56 at Texas A&M-Commerce 70-60 Tarleton State 62-53 Midwestern State 60-56 at Cameron 61-67 vs Eastern New Mexico 80-47 vs Tarleton State 37-59 vs Arkansas Tech 68-79

W/L FGM/FGA FG Pct W 21-44 .477 W 27-54 .500 L 16-50 .320 W 33-46 .717 W 27-47 .574 W 24-45 .533 W 27-53 .509 W 23-39 .590 W 20-59 .339 W 28-55 .509 W 41-64 .641 W 25-53 .472 L 20-44 .455 Lot 20-62 .323 L 23-47 .489 W 26-47 .553 L 25-61 .410 L 17-40 .425 W 26-45 .578 W 18-38 .474 W 22-44 .500 W 21-52 .404 W 19-46 .413 W 17-44 .386 L 22-54 .407 W 29-48 .604 L 17-46 .370 L 22-53 .415

3-Pointers 1-13 0-13 2-8 2-5 2-8 7-12 8-18 3-11 5-17 2-5 7-15 6-19 8-17 4-17 3-17 3-7 0-6 3-12 3-8 4-10 3-7 7-19 9-17 1-8 7-21 5-12 1-11 2-14

3FG Pct .077 .000 .250 .400 .250 .583 .444 .273 .294 .400 .467 .316 .471 .235 .176 .429 .000 .250 .375 .400 .429 .368 .529 .125 .333 .417 .091 .143

FTM/FTA 9-19 9-17 16-22 13-22 9-20 14-21 6-11 12-20 16-25 13-21 5-10 21-35 8-19 16-22 15-21 16-27 16-26 16-26 14-19 17-26 14-26 21-29 15-20 25-31 10-18 17-22 2-9 22-29

FT Pct .474 .529 .727 .591 .450 .667 .545 .600 .640 .619 .500 .600 .421 .727 .714 .593 .615 .615 .737 .654 .538 .724 .750 .806 .556 .773 .222 .759

Rebounds O/D/Tot Avg. 8/22/30 30.0 12/19/31 30.5 14/25/39 33.3 5/30/35 33.8 8/24/32 33.4 8/22/30 32.8 8/27/35 33.1 4/23/27 32.4 18/19/37 32.9 8/33/41 33.7 13/29/42 34.5 17/20/37 34.7 12/14/26 34.0 16/27/43 34.6 9/19/28 34.2 10/20/30 33.9 18/21/39 34.2 6/22/28 33.9 11/24/35 33.9 12/23/35 34.0 10/22/32 33.9 16/28/44 34.4 9/27/36 34.4 11/21/32 34.3 17/22/39 34.5 6/31/37 34.6 7/14/21 34.1 14/24/38 34.2

Fouls 25 22 18 19 17 21 4 14 21 19 16 16 19 22 15 14 22 17 16 15 16 19 13 13 25 16 10 21

Ast. 8 7 4 21 9 13 19 19 9 21 23 21 7 12 14 18 7 11 23 16 19 16 14 10 6 20 7 15

T/O 12 11 15 23 17 15 15 11 13 11 15 13 17 19 14 11 13 15 16 16 17 14 13 12 12 12 11 13

Blks. 2 4 2 1 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 4 1 5 0 4 3 4 2 1 6 5 2 1

Stl. 4 6 5 3 6 7 8 11 7 4 8 5 5 6 7 6 8 4 10 3 9 8 3 5 0 4 3 2

Pts. 52 63 50 81 65 69 68 61 61 71 94 77 56 60 64 71 66 53 69 57 61 70 62 60 61 80 37 68

Avg. 52.0 57.5 55.0 61.5 62.2 63.3 64.0 63.6 63.3 64.1 66.8 67.7 66.8 66.3 66.1 66.4 66.4 65.7 65.8 65.4 65.2 65.4 65.3 65.0 64.9 65.5 64.4 64.5

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2011-12 West Texas A&M Basketball Game-By-Game Statistics – All games

Opponent Game-By-Game Opponent Score vs Northeastern State 52-47 vs Missouri S&T 63-59 vs Texas A&M Int’l 50-53 at Texas-Permian Basin 81-75 at Incarnate Word 65-63 at Texas A&M-Kingsville 69-61 Okla. Panhandle State 68-45 UT-Permian Basin 61-45 at Abilene Christian 61-58 Angelo State 71-44 at Okla. Panhandle State 94-52 Texas A&M-Commerce 77-72 at Tarleton State 56-59 at Midwestern State 60-66 Cameron 64-68 Eastern New Mexico 71-68 at Eastern New Mexico 66-68 Incarnate Word 53-63 Texas A&M-Kingsville 69-40 Abilene Christian 57-49 at Angelo State 61-56 at Texas A&M-Commerce 70-60 Tarleton State 62-53 Midwestern State 60-56 at Cameron 61-67 vs Eastern New Mexico 80-47 vs Tarleton State 37-59 vs Arkansas Tech 68-79

W/L FGM/FGA FG Pct W 15-42 .357 W 17-40 .425 L 19-51 .373 W 26-60 .433 W 26-62 .419 W 17-47 .362 W 17-45 .378 W 16-40 .400 W 19-46 .413 W 15-47 .319 W 19-50 .380 W 23-44 .523 L 21-45 .467 Lot 24-54 .444 L 26-50 .520 W 23-53 .434 L 21-44 .477 L 28-55 .509 W 13-43 .302 W 19-55 .345 W 21-53 .396 W 16-49 .327 W 20-48 .417 W 21-45 .467 L 18-47 .383 W 16-53 .302 L 26-51 .510 L 26-61 .426

3-Pointers 6-16 6-15 9-24 10-28 6-20 5-17 7-27 8-20 4-16 5-19 6-22 10-22 2-12 7-23 6-17 8-21 8-18 3-11 5-16 5-15 8-24 8-21 6-16 7-17 7-15 4-18 3-14 10-23

3FG Pct .375 .400 .375 .357 .300 .294 .259 .400 .250 .263 .273 .455 .167 .304 .353 .381 .444 .273 .313 .333 .333 .381 .375 .412 .467 .222 .214 .435

FTM/FTA 11-18 19-26 6-12 13-19 5-11 22-24 4-4 5-12 16-20 9-15 8-12 16-19 15-20 11-27 10-12 14-17 18-31 4-9 9-12 6-15 6-9 20-28 7-13 7-10 24-31 11-16 4-6 17-23

FT Pct .611 .731 .500 .684 .455 .917 1.000 .417 .800 .600 .667 .842 .750 .407 .833 .824 .581 .444 .750 .400 .667 .714 .538 .700 .774 .688 .667 .739

Rebounds O/D/Tot Avg. 8/18/26 26.0 8/19/27 26.5 12/25/37 30.0 9/15/24 28.5 16/18/34 29.6 9/17/26 29.0 2/20/22 28.0 5/17/22 27.3 11/25/36 28.2 3/23/26 28.0 4/9/13 26.6 3/19/22 26.3 12/19/31 26.6 9/29/38 27.4 7/18/25 27.3 11/16/27 27.3 7/21/28 27.3 7/22/29 27.4 8/11/19 26.9 17/15/32 27.2 12/21/33 27.5 9/19/28 27.5 4/21/25 27.4 5/19/24 27.3 11/20/31 27.4 11/18/29 27.5 11/25/36 27.8 17/2037 28.1

Fouls 22 20 24 18 20 18 13 20 21 20 14 23 16 20 20 21 18 15 19 21 22 22 18 24 17 21 13 23

Ast. 10 10 9 14 13 7 10 11 8 9 11 13 5 17 16 12 12 15 7 11 14 12 15 12 7 6 12 18

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T/O 14 15 15 13 15 15 16 16 22 14 13 14 13 18 16 13 18 9 19 10 17 13 9 16 8 13 11 9

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

Stl. 1 1 5 11 7 5 7 5 3 2 9 5 9 6 6 5 7 11 8 8 5 8 6 4 4 9 6 6

Pts. 47 59 53 75 63 61 45 45 58 44 52 72 59 66 68 68 68 63 40 49 56 60 53 56 67 47 59 79

Avg. 47.0 53.0 53.0 58.5 59.4 59.7 57.6 56.0 56.2 55.0 54.7 56.2 56.4 57.1 57.8 58.4 59.0 59.2 58.2 57.8 57.7 57.8 57.6 57.5 57.9 57.5 57.5 58.3

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Date 11/9-11/10 11/16-11/17 11/23-11/24 11/28 12/1 12/5 12/8 12/29 1/3 1/10 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/6 2/9 2/21 2/23 2/27 3/2 3/7-3/10

Opponent SWOSU Classic CSU-Pueblo Classic WT Thanksgiving Classic Abilene Christian Angelo State Midwestern State Cameron Oklahoma Panhandle State Hillsdale Baptist Incarnate Word Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Commerce Tarleton State Eastern New Mexico Eastern New Mexico Abilene Christian Angelo State Midwestern State Cameron Incarnate Word Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Commerce Tarleton State Lone Star Conference Tournament

Site Time Weatherford, Okla. All Day Pueblo, Colo. All Day Canyon, Texas All Day Canyon, Texas 8 p.m. San Angelo, Texas 7:30 p.m. Wichita Falls, Texas 7:30 p.m. Canyon, Texas 6 p.m. Canyon, Texas 6 p.m. Canyon, Texas 8 p.m. San Antonio, Texas 7:30 p.m. Kingsville, Texas 3 p.m. Canyon, Texas 8 p.m. Stephenville, Texas 7 p.m. Portales, N.M. 8:30 p.m. Canyon, Texas 6 p.m. Abilene, Texas 7:30 p.m. Canyon, Texas 6 p.m. Canyon, Texas 8 p.m. Lawton, Okla. 4 p.m. Canyon, Texas 8 p.m. Canyon, Texas 6 p.m. Commerce, Texas 7:30 p.m. Canyon, Texas 6 p.m. Allen, Texas All Day

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LONE STAR CONFERENCE TEAM

Midwestern State Tarleton State West Texas A&M Incarnate Word Cameron Eastern New Mexico Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Commerce Abilene Christian Angelo State

LSC

PCT

OVERALL

PCT

15-3 .833 29-4 .897 15-3 .833 27-6 .818 12-6 .667 19-9 .679 11-7 .611 16-11 .593 10-8 .556 15-11 .577 7-11 .389 14-14 .500 7-11 .389 12-16 .429 5-13 .278 10-17 .370 4-14 .222 12-16 .429 4-14 .222 11-17 .393

LSC POSTSEASON RESULTS LSC TOURNAMENT (ALLEN, TEXAS) FEBRUARY 29, 2012 (QUARTERFINALS)

West Texas A&M 80, Eastern New Mexico 47 Tarleton State 67, Texas A&M-Kingsville 55 Cameron 77, Incarnate Word 67 Midwestern State 64, Texas A&M-Commerce 52 MARCH 2, 2012 (SEMIFINALS)

Tarleton State 59, West Texas A&M 37 Midwestern State 59, Cameron 50 MARCH 3, 2012 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME)

Midwestern State 57, Tarleton State 51

NCAA TOURNAMENT MARCH 10, 2012 - SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS (WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS)

Arkansas Tech 79, West Texas A&M 68 Tarleton State 69, Missouri Southern 52 Midwestern State 62, St. Mary’s 54 MARCH 11, 2012 - SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL SEMIFINALS (WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS)

2011-12 LSC MEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-CONFERENCE AWARDS FIRST TEAM Pos. Player G G F F G

Milton Garner Michael Loyd Fabian Wilson Chris Johnson Reggie Nelson

School Cameron Midwestern State Tarleton State Incarnate Word Eastern New Mexico

Year Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Hometown Kansas City, Mo. Las Vegas, Nev. New Orleans, La. San Antonio, Texas Tyler, Texas

SECOND TEAM Pos. Player F G G G G

Donald Sims Lionel Foster Chris Harrell Brad Hambrick Shaun Umeh

School West Texas A&M West Texas A&M Tarleton State Texas A&M-Commerce Incarnate Word

Year Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Hometown

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2011-12 LSC STANDINGS - FINAL

Chester, S.C. Houston, Texas Elgin, Texas Sherman, Texas Houston, Texas

HONORABLE MENTION Pos. Player F G G G F F F C G

School

David Terrell Midwestern State Ashton Brown Texas A&M-Kingsville Kennon Washington West Texas A&M Jamichael Rivers Midwestern State Robert Williams Texas A&M-Kingsville Desmond King Texas A&M-Commerce LaDonn Huckaby Angelo State Curtis Wilkinson Eastern New Mexico Zach Williams Abilene Christian

Year Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Hometown Houston, Texas Buffalo, NY Mobile, Ala. Eutaw, Ala. Dallas, Texas Alexandria, La. Waco, Texas Bude, Miss. Dallas, Texas

SPECIAL AWARDS Player of the Year: Milton Garner, Cameron Co-Defensive Players of the Year: Shaun Umeh, Incarnate Word / Keonte Logan, Midwestern State Freshman of the Year: Tez Dumars, West Texas A&M Newcomer of the Year: Donald Sims, West Texas A&M Coach of the Year: Nelson Haggerty, Midwestern State

Arkansas Tech 64, Tarleton State 63 Tarleton State 72, Washburn 63 MARCH 12, 2012 - SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP (WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS)

Midwestern State 77, Arkansas Tech 61 MARCH 21, 2012 - NCAA QUARTERFINALS (HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, KENTUCKY)

Western Washington 64, Midwestern State 63

Four LSC-South Division Titles • 13 NCAA Postseason Appearances

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THE LONE STAR CONFERENCE MEN’S BASKETBALL RECORDS INDIVIDUAL GAME Points: 55, Nate Granger, East Texas State vs. Paul Quinn, 1977 LSC Only: 52, Calvin  Walker, East Texas State vs. Tarleton State, 1970; Eddie Robinson, Central Oklahoma vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, 1999 FG Made: 26, Nate Granger, East Texas State vs. Paul Quinn, 1977 FG Attempts: 44, Hoegie Simmons, Texas A&I vs. Abilene Christian, 1973 FT Made: 23, Gary Hopkins, Howard Payne vs. St. Mary’s, 1978; Alex Wright, Central Oklahoma vs. Southeastern Okla. 1992 FT Attempts: 26, Gary Hopkins, Howard Payne vs. St. Mary’s, 1978; Tyson Fisher, Central Oklahoma vs. Midwestern, 1996 3-PT Made: 11, Shawn Williams, Central Oklahoma vs. Nebraska Kearney, 1990; Marlon Dawson, Central Oklahoma vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2001 3-PT Attempts: 28, Marlon Dawson, Central Oklahoma vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2001 3-PT Made Without Miss: 8, Kyric Rambo, Southeastern Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, 2007 Rebounds: 31, Pete Harris, Stephen F. Austin vs. Texas A&I, 1973 Assists: 19, Gary Hopkins, Howard Payne vs. Lubbock Christian, 1979 Steals: 15, Broderick Bobb, Abilene Christian vs. Western NM, 1997 Blocks: 10, Ian Adams, East Central vs. Texas A&M-Internat’l, 2005; Carlos Silva, West Texas A&M vs. Southwestern Okla., 2004

INDIVIDUAL SEASON Points: 883, Fred Davis, Howard Payne, 1969-70 Scoring Average: 31.5, Fred Davis, Howard Payne, 1970-71 FG Made: 328, Roland Miller, East Central, 1997-98 FG Attempts: 685, Hoegie Simmons, Texas A&I, 1974-75 FG Pct.: .709 (168 of 237), Richard Trice, Howard Payne, 1962 FT Made: 226, Lewis Gilcrease, Southwest Texas State, 1952-53 FT Attempts: 268, Joe Newton, Central Oklahoma, 1997-98 FT Pct.: .961 (124 of 129) Ashton Brown, Texas A&M-Kingsville, 2011-12 3-PT Made: 139, Shawn Pughsley, Central Oklahoma, 1997-98 3-PT Attempts: 318, Shawn Williams, Central Oklahoma, 1990-91 3-PT Pct: .523, Tom Gummings, Texas A&I, 1988-89 (54 of 104) 3-PT Made Per Game: 4.4, Shawn Williams, Central Oklahoma, 1990-91 Rebounds: 522, Pete Harris, Stephen F. Austin, 1971-72 Rebound Avg: 19.3, Pete Harris, Stephen F. Austin, 1971-72 Assists: 273, Gary Hopkins, Howard Payne, 1979-80 Assists Avg: 9.7, Gary Hopkins, Howard Payne, 1979-80 Steals: 128, Abdullah Lawal, Southwestern Oklahoma, 2008-09 Steals Avg: 4.3 (128 in 30 games), Abdullah Lawal, Southwestern Oklahoma, 2008-09 Blocks: 126, Johnny Tyson, Central Oklahoma, 1993-94 Blocks Avg: 4.7 (126 in 27 games) Johnny Tyson, Central Oklahoma, 1993-94

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Points: Two Seasons: 1,637, Alex Wright, Central Okla, 1992-93 Three Seasons: 2,026, Fred Davis, Howard Payne, 1967-70 Four Seasons: 2,380, Nate Granger, East Texas State, 1973-77 Scoring Avg.: 28.5, Fred Davis, Howard Payne, 1967-70 FG Made: Two Seasons: 592, Hoegie Simmons, Texas A&I, 1972-74 Three Seasons: 797, Fred Davis, Howard Payne, 1967-70 Four Seasons: 988, Nate Granger, East Texas State, 1973-77 FG Attempts: 1,829, Jacky Fryman, Sul Ross, 1962-66 FG Pct.: .681, Richard Trice, Howard Payne, 1960-63 FT Made: 606, Jack Fryman, Sul Ross, 1962-66 FT Attempts: 883, Jack Fryman, Sul Ross, 1962-66

FT Pct.: .871, Dennis Leach, Texas A&I, 1966-70 3-PT Made: 325, Stephen Hamrick, Eastern New Mexico, 1992-96 3-PT Attempts: 811, Stephen Hamrick, Eastern N.M., 1992-96 3-PT Pct.: .499, Charles Byrd, West Texas State, 1986-88 3-PT Per Game: 3.7, Shawn Williams, Central Oklahoma, 1989-91 Rebounds: 1,682, James Lister, Sam Houston State, 1969-73 Rebound Avg.: 17.0, Pete Harris, Stephen F. Austin, 1970-73 Assists: 789, Randall Moore, Abilene Christian, 1976-80 Assists Avg: 6.9, (789 in 115 games) Randall Moore, Abilene Christian, 1976-80 Steals: 269, Abdullah Lawal, Southwestern Oklahoma, 2006-09

TEAM GAME Points: 167, Central Oklahoma vs. Baptist Christian, 1993; Central Oklahoma vs. Arkansas Baptist, 1993 Combined Points (two teams): 268, Central Oklahoma vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 1991-92 (UCO won 140-128) Largest Margin of Victory: 104, Central Oklahoma vs. Arkansas Baptist, 1995 (UCO won 158-54). FG Made: 67, Stephen F. Austin vs. Paul Quinn, 1973; Central; Oklahoma vs. Baptist Christian, 1993; Central Oklahoma vs. Arkansas Baptist, 1993 FG Attempts: 119, Central Oklahoma vs. Baptist Christian, 1993 FG Percentage: .737, (42 of 57) Abilene Christian vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1983 FT Made: 50, Howard Payne vs. Sul Ross, 1966 FT Attempts: 70, Central Oklahoma vs. University of Dallas, 1990 FT Made Without Miss: 23, Texas A&I vs. Concordia Lutheran, 1990 3-PT Made: 28, Central Oklahoma vs. East Central, 2009 3-PT Attempts: 57, Central Oklahoma vs. East Central, 2009 3-PT Made Without Miss: 4, Abilene Christian vs. Texas A&I, 1988 Rebounds: 84, Stephen F. Austin vs. Abilene Christian, 1976 Assists: 42, Central Oklahoma vs. Baptist Christian, 1993 Steals: 26, Central Oklahoma vs. Arkansas Baptist, 2001 Blocks: 14, Central Oklahoma vs Arkansas Baptist, 1993

TEAM SEASON Points: 3,566, Central Oklahoma, 1991-92 Scoring Avg.: 113.6, Central Oklahoma, 1992-93. Scoring Defense: 1,153, Stephen F. Austin, 1958-59. Scoring Defense Avg.: 48.8, Southwest Texas State, 1951-52 FG Made: 1,321, Central Oklahoma, 1991-92. FG Attempts: 2,653, Central Oklahoma, 1991-92. FG Percentage: .563, Stephen F. Austin, 1968-69. FT Made: 778, Sam Houston State, 1968-69 FT Attempts: 1,092, Sam Houston St., 1968-69 FT Percentage: .805 (449 of 558), Southwest Texas State, 1967-68 3-PT Made: 353, Central Oklahoma, 1991-92. 3-PT Att.: 982, Central Oklahoma, 1994-95. 3-PT Pct.: .438, Texas A&I, 1988-89 3-PT Per Game: 11.1, Central Oklahoma, 1992-93 Rebounds: 1,535, Sam Houston State, 1968-69 Rebound Avg.: 55.6, Stephen F. Austin, 1954-55 Steals: 367, Central Oklahoma, 1991-92 Blocks: 211, Central Oklahoma, 1993-94

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ALL-TIME YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1920‑21

at Wayland Baptist (W) at Wayland Baptist (W) at Clarendon (W) at Clarendon (L) Wayland Baptist (W) Wayland Baptist (W) Clarendon (W) Clarendon (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) at Hardin‑Simmons (W)

61 46 29 30 78 70 60 36 29 19

15 15 13 33 14 30 36 26 37 18

1921‑22

COACH: SAM BURTON WON 12 LOST 4 at Hardin‑Simmons (L) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) at Abilene Christian (L) at Abilene Christian (W) Clarendon (W) Clarendon (W) at New Mexico Military (L) at New Mexico Military (W) Decatur Baptist (W) Decatur Baptist (W) at Wayland (W) at Wayland (W) Wayland (W) Wayland (W) at Clarendon (W) at Clarendon (W)

19 21 33 25 62 57 31 42 56 66 50 31 53 57 50 62

29 22 34 24 27 47 42 28 23 33 34 27 19 28 30 38

1922‑23

COACH: SAM BURTON WON 13 LOST 3 Howard Payne (W) Howard Payne (W) Hardin‑Simmons (L) Hardin‑Simmons (W) at North Texas (L) at North Texas (W) at TAMU-Commerce (W) at TAMU-Commerce (W) at Southwestern U (W) at Southwestern U (W) at Sam Houston State (L) at Sam Houston State (W) at Southwest Texas State (W) at Southwest Texas State (W) New Mexico Military (W) New Mexico Military (W)

31 26 26 30 27 24 25 21 29 30 27 29 28 30 53 26

23 14 30 17 28 22 15 19 28 12 28 21 5 14 9 17

1923‑24

28 26 37 37 55 53 46 29 25 17 25 20 36 8 42 46

21 13 20 23 15 12 22 22 14 19 20 17 42 36 11 26

19 29 27 17 28 27 19 71 56 47 37 5 57 42 43 25 27 30 36 39

23 26 17 18 24 14 18 22 11 13 23 14 17 22 18 20 13 12 18 26

1924‑25

COACH: SAM BURTON WON 20 LOST 3 at Southwestern U (L) at Southwest Texas State (W) at Southwest Texas State (W) at Sam Houston State (L) at Sam Houston State (W) at S.F. Austin State (W) at S.F. Austin State (W) New Mexico Military (W) New Mexico Military (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) Trinity (L) Trinity (W) at New Mexico Military (W) at New Mexico Military (W) North Texas (W) North Texas (W) at Abilene Christian (W) at Abilene Christian (W) at McMurry (W)

1925‑26

COACH: SAM BURTON WON 12 LOST 4 Wayland Baptist (W) Daniel Baker (W) Daniel Baker (W) at Wayland Baptist (W) at Texas Tech (W) McMurry (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (W) New Mexico Military (W) Abilene Christian (L) Abilene Christian (W) at North Texas (L) North Texas (W) Texas A&M-Commerce (L) at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) at Texas A&M-Commerce (W)

28 33 45 33 32 42 43 42 46 31 35 32 31 33 26 31

12 24 24 15 17 14 19 21 16 37 25 37 29 36 33 12

28 41 32 26 23 31 34 35 42 46 42 43 40 44 51 40 38 35 31 35 39 29 39 28 17 29

15 36 45 22 15 21 26 18 17 9 16 19 17 23 13 18 23 38 30 18 20 19 33 22 26 22

33 39 27 46 42 27 25 34 42 12 26 27 25 44 40 63 60 29 36 57 36 48 52

41 31 38 24 24 25 20 29 29 22 19 25 17 25 23 36 30 39 35 5 9 22 25

1926‑27

COACH: SAM BURTON WON 23 LOST 3 at Baylor (W) at Texas (W) Southwestern Okla. (L) Southwestern Okla. (W) at New Mexico Military (W) at New Mexico Military (W) Sul Ross State (W) Sul Ross State (W) Wayland Baptist (W) Sam Houston State (W) Sam Houston State (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas A&M-Commerce (W) Texas A&M-Commerce (W) at Texas Tech (W) at Texas Tech (W) at Daniel Baker (L) at Daniel Baker (W) at McMurry (W) at McMurry ( W) at Abilene Christian (W) at Abilene Christian (W) North Texas (W) North Texas (L) at North Texas (W)

1927‑28

COACH: SAM BURTON WON 19 LOST 4

COACH: SAM BURTON WON 13 LOST 3 Wayland Baptist (W) Wayland Baptist (W) Abilene Christian(W) Abilene Christian (W) New Mexico Military (W) New Mexico Military (W) Sam Houston State (W) Sam Houston State (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) at North Texas State (W) at North Texas State (W) at Oklahoma State (L) at Oklahoma State (L) at New Mexico Military (W) at New Mexico Military (W)

38 25 40 24 25 32

at Texas (L) at Baylor (W) at Baylor (L) Southwestern Okla.(W) Southwestern Okla. (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (W) Abilene Christian (W) Abilene Christian (W) at North Texas (L) at North Texas (W) at TAMU-Commerce (W) at TAMU-Commerce (W) McMurry (W) McMurry (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Texas Tech (L) at Texas Tech (W) New Mexico Military (W) New Mexico Military (W) Stephen F. Austin (W) Stephen F. Austin (W)

1928‑29

COACH: SAM BURTON WON 17 LOST 4 at Baylor (W) at Baylor (W) Southwestern Okla. (W) Southwestern Okla. (W) Panhandle State (W) Panhandle State (W) at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) Wayland Baptist (W) Wayland Baptist (W) Daniel Baker (W) Daniel Baker (L) Texas Tech (W) at Texas Tech (W) at New Mexico Military (W)

50 47 33 25 37 41 33 28 57 47 39 31 32 33 46

28 26 31 19 28 30 39 31 20 7 30 36 14 24 17

at New Mexico Military (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (W) at Daniel Baker (L) New Mexico Highlands(W) New Mexico Highlands (W)

25 48 51 27 37 30

19 26 22 33 28 16

32 34 36 30 43 41 26 21 22 54 53 50 49 33 37 23 37 20 32 25 42 52

19 18 15 21 29 17 17 23 54 18 17 19 13 24 35 19 28 32 38 14 30 11

1929‑30

COACH: SAM BURTON WON 18 LOST 3 Hardin‑Simmons (W) at New Mexico State (W) at New Mexico State (W) at Texas-El Paso (W) at Sul Ross State (W) at Sul Ross State (W) North Texas (W) North Texas (L) Phillips 66 (L-exhib.) Abilene Christian (W) Abilene Christian (W) Sul Ross State (W) Sul Ross State (W) at Texas Tech (W) at Texas Tech (W) at McMurry (W) at McMurry (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) Texas Tech (L) Texas Tech (W) Panhandle State (W) at New Mexico Military (W)

1930‑31

COACH: SAM BURTON WON 17 LOST 2 Baylor (L) Panhandle State (W) Texas-El Paso (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (W) Phillips 66 (L-exhib.) Hardin‑Simmons (W) Daniel Baker (W) Daniel Baker (W) Abilene Christian (W) Abilene Christian (W) McMurry (W) McMurry (W) Sul Ross State (W) Sul Ross State (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas A&M-Commerce (W) Texas A&M-Commerce (L) Texas A&M-Commerce (W)

32 45 41 39 31 29 38 35 26 49 39 48 41 42 59 50 43 51 30 32

36 18 26 23 29 30 17 34 17 24 26 25 11 21 23 43 29 33 35 29

34 23 51 43 54 52 77 90 47 31 47 43 57 51 48 63 50 40 51 45

22 15 25 29 36 21 28 18 18 37 30 41 40 34 22 36 32 26 35 35

1931‑32

COACH: SAM BURTON WON 20 LOST 3 Southwestern Okla. (W) Southwestern Okla. (W) at Sul Ross State (W) at Sul Ross State (W) at Texas Tech (W) at Texas Tech (W) Panhandle State (W) Panhandle State (W) at North Texas (W) at Texas Christian (L) at McMurry (W) at McMurry (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (W) Abilene Christian (W) Abilene Christian (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (W) AAU National Tournament *Kansas City Athletic Club (W) *Southern Kansas Stage (L) at Southern Kansas Stage (L)

32 25 26 37 31 40

1932‑33

COACH: SAM BURTON WON 19 LOST 3 Olson’s Swedes (W) Alumni (W-exhib.) Southwestern Okla. (W) Southwestern Okla. (W) Southern Kansas Stage (L) Oklahoma City (W) Phillips (L) House of David (W) Southwestern Okla. (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (W)

46 51 36 32 18 41 28 49 51 66 42

22 43 20 28 38 22 36 31 19 30 17

Wichita Henry’s (W) Wichita Henry’s (L) Oklahoma City (W) Oklahoma City (W) Southwestern Okla. (W) Southwestern Okla. (W) Southern Kansas Stage (W) Pasadena Majors (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (W) AAU National Tournament *Northwestern Oklahoma (W) *Central Missouri (W) *Wichita Henry’s (L)

29 37 43 35 44 37 30 42 43 37

26 39 24 28 31 31 23 30 29 25

36 28 33 25 17 37

1933‑34

COACH: CARL YORK WON 7 LOST 12 Southwestern Okla. (L) Southwestern Okla. (L) Northwestern Oklahoma (L) Northwestern Oklahoma (W) New Mexico Highlands (W) New Mexico Highlands (W) Central Oklahoma (L) Central Oklahoma (L) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (L) Arizona State (W) New Mexico Highlands (W) New Mexico Highlands (L) Texas Tech (L) Texas Tech (L) Northwestern Oklahoma (L) Northwestern Oklahoma (L) Southwestern Okla. (L) Southwestern Okla. (W)

30 25 23 32 32 25 33 29 23 22 48 36 25 27 27 31 34 24 29

43 26 36 25 21 23 37 39 22 29 32 32 33 34 32 37 42 33 25

27 36 25 28 36 39 32 47 36 45 27 34 35 33 28 38 37

33 27 53 31 26 21 25 34 31 35 24 32 36 27 21 41 36

1934‑35

COACH: AL BAGGETT WON 12 LOST 6 Panhandle State (L) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (L) Central Oklahoma (L) Central Oklahoma (W) Sul Ross State (W) Sul Ross State (W) New Mexico Highlands (W) New Mexico Highlands (W) Panhandle State (W) Panhandle State (W) Sul Ross State (W) Sul Ross State (L) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (W) Hardin‑Simmons (L) Hardin‑Simmons (W) AAU National Tournament *Hutchinson (Kan.) (L)

28 47

1935‑36

COACH: AL BAGGETT WON 19 LOST 9 Eastern New Mexico (W) Eastern New Mexico ( W) McPherson (W) Panhandle State (W) Northwestern Oklahoma (L) Baker (W) Phillips (W) Southwestern Okla. (L) Texas A&M-Commerce (L) Texas A&M-Commerce (L) Stephen F. Austin (L) Sam Houston State (W) McMurry (W) St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) Hardin‑Simmons (L) Hardin‑Simmons (L) Abilene Christian (W) McMurry (L) Panhandle State (W) Panhandle State (W) Oklahoma City (W) Oklahoma City (W) Texas Wesleyan (W) Texas Wesleyan (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) AAU National Tournament *Arkansas St. Teachers (L)

46 59 53 38 27 33 35 32 31 38 24 27 47 36 55 32 34 41 35 44 37 38 37 43 36 43 37

24 19 25 24 30 24 23 42 33 44 30 21 25 24 26 36 38 19 40 25 25 24 23 22 29 42 31

37 50

1936‑37

COACH: AL BAGGETT WON 13 LOST 17 Colorado Mines (W) Colorado Mines (W)

53 37 56 26

Four LSC-South Division Titles • 13 NCAA Postseason Appearances

Central Oklahoma (L) Southwestern Okla. (W) Oklahoma Baptist (L) Northwestern Oklahoma (L) Texas A&M-Commerce (L) Texas A&M-Commerce (W) Stephen F. Austin (L) Stephen F. Austin (L) Sam Houston State (L) Howard Payne (W) Howard Payne (W) Oklahoma City (L) Oklahoma City (L) Panhandle State (W) Panhandle State (W) Hardin‑Simmons (L) Hardin‑Simmons (L) Sul Ross State (L) Sul Ross State (L) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) Daniel Baker (W) Daniel Baker (W) Panhandle State (W) Panhandle State (W) Southwestern Okla. (L) AAU National Tournament *Adams State (W) *Long Island (L)

31 34 31 31 21 39 18 24 31 30 44 28 34 40 29 24 28 34 33 12 21 40 42 39 43 29

35 23 33 37 35 35 35 34 35 22 26 32 37 29 25 26 33 37 34 24 23 29 19 25 31 31

Buffalo Basketball

at McMurry (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (L)

COACH: WAYNE MCCORKLE WON 8 LOST 2

62 24 30 38

1937‑38

COACH: AL BAGGETT WON 26 LOST 6 Panhandle State (W) 39 Panhandle State (W) 44 Colorado Mines (W) 49 Colorado Mines (W) 41 Colorado Mines (W) 51 Southwestern Okla. (W) 57 Stephen F. Austin (W) 44 Central Missouri (L) 26 Northwestern Oklahoma (L) 40 Oklahoma Panhandle State (L) 29 Northwestern Oklahoma (W) 38 at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 31 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 37 Daniel Baker (W) 59 at North Texas (W) 36 Daniel Baker (W) 46 Howard Payne (W) 51 Howard Payne (W) 61 Panhandle State (W) 39 at Hardin‑Simmons (W) 26 at Hardin‑Simmons (W) 26 Oklahoma City (W) 56 Oklahoma City (W) 44 Sul Ross State (W) 49 Sul Ross State (W) 54 at St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 38 at St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 59 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 38 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 25 NAIB National Tourn., Kansas City, Mo. *Westminster (Mo.) (W) 35 *Roanoke (L) 34 *Colorado College (L) 45

21 39 27 24 27 32 35 50 43 33 35 39 34 23 32 36 39 37 35 21 21 49 37 38 47 33 27 14 24 34 38 55

1938-39

COACH: AL BAGGETT WON 21 LOST 9 Southwestern Okla. (L) 45 Colorado Mines (W) 48 Colorado Mines (W) 51 Tulsa (L) 32 Texas Wesleyan (L) 29 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 58 Phillips (W) 27 Northwestern Oklahoma (W) 32 St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 59 St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 44 Oklahoma City (W) 33 Oklahoma City (W) 42 Southwestern Okla. (W) 46 Hardin-Simmons (W) 45 Hardin-Simmons (W) 38 St. Mary’s (Texas) (L) 40 St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 40 Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 32 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 52 Oklahoma City (L) 36 Oklahoma City (W) 47 Oklahoma City (W) 65 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 45 Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 38 Chihuahua Teachers (W) 80 Western New Mexico (W) 57 Central Missouri (L) 34 Hardin-Simmons (W) 61 Hardin-Simmons (W) 56 NAIB National Tourn., Kansas City, Mo. Dakota Wesleyan (L) 38

46 41 39 39 38 51 26 23 32 24 23 32 31 30 28 47 32 34 18 41 30 34 35 44 58 49 43 30 26 41

11


ALL-TIME YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1939-40

COACH: AL BAGGETT WON 26 LOST 8 Western New Mexico (L) 26 Western New Mexico (L) 35 Drake (W) 71 Drake (L) 33 Arkansas (L) 43 Phillips (L) 35 Arizona (W) 52 Tulsa (W) 42 McMurry (W) 65 McMurry (W) 72 Abilene Christian (W) 56 Abilene Christian (W) 43 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 49 Hardin‑Simmons (L) 25 Daniel Baker (W) 79 Daniel Baker (W) 78 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 67 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 62 St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 74 St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 44 St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 69 St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 69 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 75 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 73 Western New Mexico (W) 42 Western New Mexico (L) 48 *New Mexico Highlands (W) 70 *Peru State (W) 81 *Western New Mexico (W) 63 Stephen F. Austin (L) 54 Chihuahua State (W) 66 Chihuahua State (W) 45 NAIB National Tourn., Kansas City, Mo. *South Dakota Northern (W) 60 *Tarkio (L) 49

29 36 60 38 48 38 43 30 32 35 35 35 25 32 19 47 20 28 43 41 36 37 39 35 41 49 61 63 49 50 57 40 52 50

1940-41

Buffalo Basketball

COACH: AL BAGGETT WON 29 LOST 6 (BORDER CONF. 16-0)

12

Southern Methodist (L) 32 34 Southern Methodist (W) 46 36 Baker (W) 59 50 South Dakota (W) 67 42 Omaha(W) 53 35 Morningside (W) 52 41 Drake (L) 48 51 Drake (W) 50 49 Simpson (L) 48 65 Nebraska State (W) 67 42 Tarkio (W) 53 45 Tulsa (W) 61 42 Southeastern Okla. (W) 44 28 Texas (L) 40 43 Oklahoma State (L) 41 44 McMurry (W) 74 27 McMurry (W) 73 36 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 74 40 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 67 36 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 73 26 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 50 36 St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 53 50 St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 49 34 Hardin-Simmons (W) 80 35 Hardin-Simmons (W) 76 34 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 87 47 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 90 22 St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 60 28 St. Mary’s (Texas) (W) 65 51 Oklahoma City (W) 65 25 NAIB National Tourn., Kansas City, Mo. *Dubuque (W) 77 39 *St. Mary’s (Minn.) (W) 52 39 *Delta State (W) 54 34 *San Diego State (L) 40 43 *Santa Barbara (W) 43 35

1941‑42

COACH: AL BAGGETT WON 28 LOST 3 (BORDER CONF. 14-0) at Chihuahua State (W) at Chihuahua State (W) Eastern New Mexico (W) Omaha (W) Texas-El Paso (W) Northern Arizona (W) Arizona State (W) Arizona (W) East Central (W) Arkansas (W) Pittsburg State (W) Oklahoma State (W) at Bradley (L) at Evansville (W) at DePaul (W) New Mexico (W) New Mexico State (W)

60 49 111 88 75 64 55 71 70 54 57 37 49 64 60 67 78

46 35 22 25 45 36 29 52 37 41 55 31 52 45 43 44 37

at Buffalo State (W) 105 *Long Island (L-OT) 56 at St. Joseph’s (Pa.) (W) 59 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 87 Texas Tech (W) 63 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 108 Northern Arizona (W) 93 Arizona State (W) 87 Arizona (W) 66 New Mexico (W) 75 New Mexico State (W) 81 Texas-El Paso (W) 88 Texas Tech (W) 50 National Invitational Tourn., New York, N.Y. Creighton (L) 58

42 58 56 30 49 45 42 39 59 45 47 65 39 59

47 60

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 13 LOST 11 (BORDER CONF. 8-8)

14 YEARS (197-137)

1942‑43

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 16 LOST 7 (BORDER CONF. 12-0) 52 57 42 47 55 59 68 60 57 78 50 41 53 52 48 45 52 53 60 67 53 39

49 61 45 51 51 38 40 45 46 61 43 52 69 65 37 38 49 47 44 56 46 47

1943‑44 DID NOT PLAY

1944‑45

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 16 LOST 10 (BORDER CONF. 5-3) at Hardin‑Simmons (W) 54 at Hardin‑Simmons (W) 44 at Lubbock Air Base (L) 40 at Amarillo Air Base (L) 37 Lubbock Air Base (L) 60 All-College Tourn., Oklahoma City, Okla. vs. Rice (L) 44 vs. Baylor (W) 51 vs. Denver (W) 44 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 68 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 67 at New Mexico (L) 53 at New Mexico (L) 34 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 62 Clovis Air Base (W) 63 Amarillo Air Base (L) 45 at Clovis Air Base (W) 36 Texas Tech (W) 66 Texas Tech (W) 55 at Amarillo Air Base (L) 43 Eastern New Mexico (W) 84 Texas-El Paso (W) 68 Texas-El Paso (W) 44 at Texas Tech (W) 61 at Texas Tech (L) 43 NIT - Kansas City, Mo. *Wichita (W) 54 *Pepperdine (L) 45

24 20 58 49 64 60 40 35 33 22 54 37 45 41 46 32 38 43 49 43 51 42 51 48 43 52

1945‑46

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 19 LOST 8 (BORDER CONF. 9-3) Hereford Guards (W) Sheppard Air Base (L) at Amarillo Air Base (L) Amarillo Air Base (W) *Loyola (La.) (W) *Valparaiso (L) Pepperdine (L) New Mexico (W) New Mexico Mines (W) at Texas Tech (W) Abilene Christine (W) at New Mexico (L) at New Mexico (W)

24 44 48 45 39 31 39 42 35 38 44 44

1946‑47

GUS MILLER

Texas Wesleyan (W) Texas Wesleyan (L) *Texas Christian (L) *Baylor (L) *Southwest Missouri (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) at New Mexico (W) at New Mexico (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas Tech (W) at Canisius (L) *Long Island (L) at St. Joseph’s (Pa.) (L) New Mexico (W) New Mexico (W) at Texas Tech (W) at Texas Tech (W) *Northern Arizona (W) *Texas-El Paso (W) *Texas Tech (W) Arizona (L)

at Eastern New Mexico (W) 71 Texas Tech (W) 45 at Texas Tech (L) 40 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 73 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 69 at Hardin‑Simmons (W) 58 at Hardin‑Simmons (W) 49 Texas Tech (W) 50 Eastern New Mexico (W) 71 at New Mexico (W) 46 *Arizona (L) 37 *Southwestern U (W) 50 NAIB National Tourn., Kansas City, Mo. *Eau Claire (W) 71 *Nevada (L) 46

76 42 46 71 60 34 49 59 55 48 58 36 47

36 56 50 48 47 51 60 42 51 43 37 40 34

*Abilene Christian (W) Texas Wesleyan (L) Texas Wesleyan (L) at Arizona (L) at Arizona State (L) at Northern Arizona (L) at College of Emporia (W) *Dakota Wesleyan (W) at Emporia State (W) Northern Arizona (L) Arizona State (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Loyola (La.) (L) *Furman (W) Texas Tech (W) at Texas Tech (L) Texas-El Paso (W) Hardin‑Simmons (L) at Texas-El Paso (L) at New Mexico State (W) New Mexico (L) Arizona (W) New Mexico State (W) New Mexico (W)

46 38 68 43 35 36 56 52 70 44 56 57 47 45 41 41 62 50 46 63 47 62 63 62

45 45 72 54 36 41 52 44 31 45 39 31 54 43 36 57 38 52 56 51 51 57 55 54

1947‑48

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 11 LOST 13 (BORDER CONF. 7-9) Northwestern Oklahoma (W) 70 *Morehead State (W) 62 *Morehead State (W) 54 at Indiana State (L) 50 at Bradley (L) 51 New Mexico (W) 69 New Mexico State (W) 59 Hardin (W) 52 Los Angeles Invitational, Los Angeles, Calif. *Marshall (L) 55 at Pepperdine (L) 47 at Hardin‑Simmons (L) 38 Arizona (L-OT) 69 at Arizona (L) 51 at Arizona State (L) 48 at Northern Arizona L) 42 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 51 Texas-El Paso (W) 65 Arizona State (W) 45 Northern Arizona (W) 46 at New Mexico (L) 47 at New Mexico State (L) 50 at Texas-El Paso (W) 58 at Texas Tech (L) 36 Texas Tech (L) 46

44 53 52 71 61 54 49 49 56 59 41 72 67 63 50 39 52 39 36 48 56 55 48 67

1948-49

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 16 LOST 7 (BORDER CONF. 7-7) Hardin (W) *Phillips 66 (L-exhib.) *New Mexico (W) Northern Arizona (W) Arizona State (W) North Texas (W) Marshall (W) All-College Tournament, Enid, Okla. *Northeastern Oklahoma (W) *Northwestern La. (W) *Northwest Missouri (W) at Texas-El Paso (L) at New Mexico State (W) at New Mexico (L) Texas-El Paso (W) Texas Tech (L) at Northern Arizona (W) at Arizona State (L) at Arizona (L) Hardin‑Simmons (W) Arizona (W) New Mexico State (W) New Mexico (W)

71 42 56 56 63 66 66

42 56 42 43 44 52 47

78 51 58 43 58 50 60 39 52 40 59 61 52 43 60

69 42 43 44 43 52 41 53 49 50 61 50 46 38 48

at Texas Tech (L) at Hardin‑Simmons (L)

61 70 45 71

1949‑50

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 19 LOST 10 (BORDER CONF. 9-5) at Texas Tech (W) McMurry (W) at Wichita (L) at Trinity (W) at Texas (W) at North Texas (W) *Regis (L) *Baldwin‑Wallace (W) at Texas-El Paso (L-OT) *New Mexico (W) Pepperdine (W) at Texas Tech (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) New Mexico (W) at Northern Arizona (L) at Arizona State (L) at Arizona (L) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) Northern Arizona (W) Arizona State (L) at New Mexico (W) at New Mexico State (L) at Texas-El Paso (W) New Mexico State (W) Texas-El Paso (W) Arizona (W) Texas Tech (W) Texas Wesleyan (W) at Texas A&M-Commerce (L)

67 74 61 65 46 55 51 64 52 63 58 60 68 37 37 63 59 47 58 54 70 49 72 70 88 61 47 74 53

45 30 67 45 42 51 64 56 54 46 45 43 50 33 44 68 67 53 46 61 61 50 49 55 61 42 43 55 56

1950‑51

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 14 LOST 12 (BORDER CONF. 9-7) *Dowell’s Saratoga (W) *Dowell’s Saratoga (W) *Southeastern Okla. (W) at Kentucky (L) *Oklahoma State (L) at Western Kentucky (L) *Pepperdine (W) *Murray State (L) at Cincinnati (L) Regis (W) New Mexico State (W) New Mexico (W) Arizona (L) Texas Tech (L) Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Arizona (L) at Arizona State (W) at Flagstaff State (W) Arizona State (W) Flagstaff State (W) at Texas Tech (L) Texas-El Paso (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) at New Mexico (L) at New Mexico State (L) at Texas-El Paso (W)

53 45 72 43 32 46 70 44 41 72 72 69 53 55 48 48 62 72 89 72 61 81 47 54 58 66

45 44 47 73 63 79 60 52 64 67 54 47 59 56 47 74 57 38 62 38 65 59 49 65 64 62

1951‑52

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 19 LOST 8 (BORDER CONF. 12-2) Amarillo Air Base (W) 67 Phillips 66 (L-exhib.) 44 New Mexico (W) 69 at New Mexico (W) 63 *Arizona State (L) 50 at Los Angeles (W) 61 at Pepperdine (L) 59 at UCLA (L) 57 Sun Carnival Tournament, El Paso, Texas *New Mexico State (L) 57 at Texas-El Paso (W) 71 Northern Arizona (W) 98 New Mexico State (W) 49 Texas-El Paso (W) 69 at Hardin‑Simmons (W) 60 Texas Tech (W) 66 at Texas El Paso (W) 60 at New Mexico State (L) 44 at Arizona (W) 59 at Arizona State (W) 70 at Flagstaff State (W) 93 Arizona (W) 79 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 81 Arizona State (W) 75 at Texas Tech (L) 85 *Midwestern State (W) 73 New Mexico State (L) 51 NAIA National Tournament *West Liberty State (W.Va.) (W) 88 *Murray State (L-OT) 73

2 0 1 2 - 1 3 W e s t Te x a s A & M B u f f a l o B a s k e t b a l l R e c o r d B o o k

51 67 49 43 59 44 64 64 72 51 41 35 48 54 57 52 49 57 69 56 73 54 62 89 61 62 69 75

1952‑53

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 8 LOST 13 (BORDER CONF. 5-9) at New Mexico (L) 46 at New Mexico (L) 53 McMurry (W) 90 *Seton Hall (L) 46 St. Joseph (Pa.) (L) 46 West Texas Holiday D’header, Canyon, Texas Pepperdine (W) 85 New Mexico (W) 77 Northern Arizona (W) 68 Arizona State (W) 64 at Hardin‑Simmons (L) 61 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 68 Texas Tech (L) 68 at New Mexico State (L) 61 at Texas-El Paso (L) 57 Texas-El Paso (W) 71 New Mexico State (W) 73 Arizona (L) 51 at Texas Tech (L) 63 at Northern Arizona (L) 68 at Arizona State (L) 56 at Arizona (L) 51

62 64 72 69 70 75 75 51 59 64 54 79 67 59 62 67 61 79 72 60 65

1953‑54

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 13 LOST 7 (BORDER CONF. 9-3) at Northern Arizona (W) 71 at Pepperdine (L) 72 at UCLA (L) 48 at Loyola (Calif.) (L) 52 Eastern New Mexico (W) 69 West Texas Holiday D’header, Canyon, Texas Southwest Missouri (W) 68 Texas Tech (L) 61 at New Mexico State (W) 54 at Texas-El Paso (W) 60 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 64 New Mexico State (W) 67 Midwestern State (W) 96 Texas Tech (W) 80 Texas-El Paso (W) 90 at Arizona (L) 52 at Arizona State (L) 77 Arizona State (W) 104 Arizona (W) 79 at Hardin‑Simmons (W) 70 at Texas Tech (L) 71

63 97 79 70 50 58 62 48 52 62 60 83 72 53 61 79 76 77 64 84

1954‑55

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 15 LOST 7 (BORDER CONF. 9-3) North Texas (W) 100 at Beloit (L-4OT) 69 at Wheaton (W) 100 at Eau Claire (L) 73 at Gustavus Adolphus (W) 83 at Hamline (W) 67 at North Texas (L-OT) 55 Texas A&M (W) 82 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 67 New Mexico State (W) 87 Texas-El Paso (W) 92 at Arizona State (W) 82 at Arizona (L) 72 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 78 Texas Tech (W) 87 Arizona State (W) 97 Arizona (W) 82 at Texas Tech (L) 91 at New Mexico State (W) 80 at Texas-El Paso (L-OT) 76 at Hardin‑Simmons (W) 75 NCAA Playoffs, San Francisco, Calif. *San Francisco (L) 66

71 71 81 85 65 64 56 57 54 55 84 70 73 62 78 72 66 98 61 78 67 89

1955‑56

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 12 LOST 10 (BORDER CONF. 6-6) at Texas (L) 72 at Centenary (W) 92 at Southern Mississippi (L) 58 Oklahoma Baptitst (W) 77 West Texas Holiday D’header, Canyon, Texas New Mexico (W) 88 Murray State (L) 76 Sunshine Tournament, Portales, N.M. *Arkansas State (W) 98 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 106 *Southeast Missouri (W) 86 Texas Tech (W) 72 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 85 at Arizona (L) 64 at Arizona State (W) 90 Texas (L) 79 Arizona State (W) 100 Arizona (L) 76

85 85 61 64 80 101 66 83 68 71 76 69 88 86 93 78


ALL-TIME YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 76 71 51 62 80 62

101 83 66 59 79 66

1956‑57

COACH: GUS MILLER WON 6 LOST 14 (BORDER CONF. 3-7) McNeese State (W) 61 at Middle Tennessee (L) 78 at Tennessee Tech (L) 76 at Murray State (L) 65 at Murray State (L) 66 Centenary (W) 78 West Texas Holiday D’header, Canyon, Texas North Texas State (W) 75 New Mexico (L-OT) 78 at Texas-El Paso (L) 50 at New Mexico State (L) 56 Arizona State (W) 83 at Hardin‑Simmons (L) 67 Texas Tech (L) 68 Hardin‑Simmons (L) 51 at Arizona (L) 67 at Arizons State (L) 82 Texas-El Paso (L) 73 Arizona (W) 71 at Texas Tech (L) 59 New Mexico State (W) 76

50 96 83 74 88 75 62 88 61 61 82 84 84 55 77 94 83 67 63 60

BORDEN PRICE 2 YEARS (9-30)

1957‑58

COACH: BORDEN PRICE WON 3 LOST 15 (BORDER CONF. 2-8) at Pepperdine (L) 74 at Santa Clara (L) 46 at San Francisco (L) 45 at Texas Tech (L) 73 Middle Tennessee (L) 85 Santa Clara (W-OT) 74 Louisiana Invitational, Shreveport, La. *Northwestern La. (L) 66 *Citadel (L) 71 at Hardin‑Simmons (L) 57 Texas-El Paso (L) 73 New Mexico State (L) 72 at Arizona (W) 72 at Arizona State (L) 80 Arizona (W) 80 Arizona State (L) 71 Hardin‑Simmons (L) 57 at New Mexico State (L) 65 at Texas-El Paso (L-OT ) 67

83 58 73 95 88 72 69 79 62 82 73 62 88 49 101 59 90 78

1958‑59

COACH: BORDEN PRICE WON 6 LOST 15 (BORDER CONF. 5-5) at Texas Tech (L) Midwestern State (L) at Utah (L) at Utah State (L) at Idaho State (L) at Idaho State (L) at Oklahoma City (L) Centenary (L) Arizona (W) Arizona State (W) at New Mexico State (L) at Texas-El Paso (L) McMurry (L) Oklahoma City (L) Hardin‑Simmons (W) Abilene Christian (L) Phillips (L-exhib.) at Arizona State (L) at Arizona (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) at Midwestern State (W) Texas-El Paso (L) New Mexico State (W)

67 68 68 61 42 59 63 63 90 103 57 63 66 64 80 68 59 70 84 63 88 58 83

93 71 93 69 79 63 90 72 76 98 81 79 73 77 66 91 81 74 78 92 82 67 75

METZ LaFOLLETTE 4 YEARS (29-61)

1959‑60

COACH: METZ LAFOLLETTE WON 11 LOST 9 (BORDER CONF. 7-3) at North Texas (L)

72 78

at Houston (L) at Midwestern State (W) Midwestern State (W) Abilene Christian (L) *Eastern New Mexico (W) North Texas (L) Taylor (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Abilene Christian (L) at Oklahoma City (L) Arizona State (W) Arizona (W) at Arizona State (L) at Arizona (L) Texas-El Paso (W) New Mexico State (W) Texas-El Paso (W) New Mexico State (L) Hardin‑Simmons (W)

60 75 74 66 95 69 76 102 83 84 87 80 85 86 62 66 72 59 85

105 67 67 79 70 78 62 84 97 97 84 68 104 77 76 65 59 92 81

1960‑61

COACH: METZ LAFOLLETTE WON 7 LOST 16 (BORDER CONF. 1-9) Midwestern State (L) 66 at Abilene Christian (W) 61 at McMurry (L) 61 at Centenary (L) 62 at Mississippi Southern (L) 60 at North Texas (L) 69 Sunshine Tournament, Portales, N.M. *Sul Ross State (W) 81 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 81 Oklahoma City (L) 74 Abilene Christian (W) 75 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 73 McMurry (L) 79 North Texas (W) 84 Arizona (L) 77 Arizona State (L) 70 Texas-El Paso (L) 67 at Oklahoma City (W) 78 at Arizona (L) 63 at Arizona State (L) 71 at Hardin‑Simmons (L) 81 at New Mexico State (L) 63 at Texas-El Paso (L) 80 New Mexico State (L) 51

83 57 70 66 90 89 76 74 89 70 70 87 81 81 78 71 75 66 108 98 88 102 71

1961‑62

COACH: METZ LAFOLLETTE WON 5 LOST 18 (BORDER CONF. 3-5) at Seattle (L) at Portland (L) at San Francisco (L) at Utah (L) Abilene Christian (L) at McMurry (L) at Abilene Christian (L) Southwestern Missouri (L) at Midwestern State (L) North Texas (W) at Arizona State (L) at Arizona (L) Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (W) Oklahoma City (L) McMurry (L) at Oklahoma City (L) Arizona State (L) Arizona (W) New Mexico State (W) Texas-El Paso (L) at New Mexico State (L) at Texas-El Paso (L)

53 75 51 61 64 58 72 63 72 85 67 68 64 91 75 93 106 103 87 83 60 66 60

72 82 100 96 74 80 89 79 73 80 97 76 60 75 100 94 129 107 72 82 75 93 74

1962‑63

COACH: METZ LAFOLLETTE WON 6 LOST 18 at North Texas (L) Midwestern State (W) Drake (L) at Creighton (L) at Midwestern State (L) at McMurry (L) Idaho State (L) Gulf Coast Classic, Shreveport, La. *Louisiana Tech (L) *George Washington (L) *Northwestern La. (W) New Mexico (W) Eastern New Mexico (W) New Mexico State (W) at Abilene Christian (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) McMurry (L) Texas-El Paso (L) Hardin‑Simmons (L) Abilene Christian (L) at Oklahoma City (L) at Eastern New Mexico (L)

56 89 54 65 72 77 72

77 75 97 90 81 81 74

77 69 85 63 84 75 71 66 76 59 78 85 59 74

81 71 77 58 49 64 69 85 88 92 88 88 104 79

at New Mexico State (L) at Texas-El Paso (L) Oklahoma City (L)

65 92 42 84 84 98

JIMMY VIRAMONTES 4 YEARS (38-53)

1963‑64

COACH: JIMMY VIRAMONTES WON 13 LOST 9 Texas Wesleyan (W) North Texas (L) at Texas Wesleyan (W) Midwestern State (L) at Tennessee Tech (L) at Western Kentucky (W) at Murray State (W) Washington (Mo.) (L) at New Mexico (L) at New Mexico State (W-OT) at Texas Western (L) Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Eastern New Mexico (W) Texas-El Paso (L) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) at Eastern New Mexico (W) at McMurry (W) at Midwestern State (L) at Oklahoma City (W) McMurry (W) Oklahoma City (W) Phillips 66 (L-exhib.) New Mexico State (W)

126 78 101 82 88 84 79 65 63 55 66 56 87 53 68 89 76 60 56 106 89 83 100

87 88 75 89 89 83 74 72 85 53 84 55 72 61 103 82 70 71 54 88 80 99 58

New Mexico Highlands (W) 113 Sul Ross State (W) 87 at Abilene Christian (L) 62 at McMurry (W-OT) 79 at Eastern New Mexico (W-OT) 83 at Sul Ross State (W) 97 Hayward State (W) 57 Holiday Doubleheader, Canyon, Texas Idaho State (W) 99 North Texas (L) 70 Panhandle State (W) 72 at Oklahoma City (L) 59 McMurry (W) 75 at Seattle (L) 57 at Seattle (L) 70 Texas-El Paso (W) 56 Oklahoma City (L) 68 at New Mexico Highlands (W) 86 at Panhandle State (W) 72 Abilene Christian (L) 72 Eastern New Mexico (W) 102 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 95 at Texas-El Paso (L) 45 at New Mexico State (W) 78 Hardin‑Simmons (W) 65 at New Mexico State (W) 78 New Mexico State (W) 100 at Hardin‑Simmons (L) 50

96 66 84 78 82 83 55

1964‑65

COACH: JIMMY VIRAMONTES WON 18 LOST 9

88 75 58 86 70 103 90 54 86 74 57 78 79 74 71 67 54 67 77 54

1965‑66

COACH: JIMMY VIRAMONTES WON 6 LOST 17 Abilene Christian (L) Eastern New Mexico (L) North Texas (L) at North Texas (L) at Tulsa (L) at Southern Colorado (L) at Ohio State (L) at Detroit (L) New Mexico State (W) Panhandle State (W) at Eastern New Mexico (W) at Abilene Christian (L) Sul Ross State (W) at Texas-El Paso (L) at New Mexico State (L) at Oklahoma City (L) at Panhandle State (L) at Sul Ross State (W) Southern Colorado (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) Oklahoma City (L) Texas-El Paso (L) Hardin‑Simmons (L)

1966-67

COACH: JIMMY VIRAMONTES WON 1 LOST 18

52 72 71 59 53 79 53 57 99 85 68 60 111 50 73 69 67 96 95 65 80 64 94

62 74 73 65 81 84 78 68 79 63 55 71 72 69 82 87 70 90 91 74 87 78 104

Tulsa (L) 57 Abilene Christian (L) 61 Texas A&M (W) 89 Golden Spike Tournament, Ogden, Utah Cal State-Los Angeles (L) 86 Northern Illinois (L) 89 Centenary (L) 68 Colorado State (L) 72 Texas-El Paso (L) 73 Houston (L) 72 Oklahoma City (L) 103 New Mexico State (L) 68 Abilene Christian (L) 69 Hardin-Simmons (L) 91 Oklahoma City (L) 75 Hardin-Simmons (L) 71 Centenary (L) 102 Houston (L) 76 Texas-El Paso (L) 67 New Mexico State (L) 67

70 68 71 98 94 76 90 85 103 128 87 70 102 107 103 104 120 97 83

DENNIS WALLING 6 YEARS (82-66)

1967‑68

COACH: DENNIS WALLING WON 10 LOST 11 Phillips 66 (exhib.) Texas‑Arlington (L) at Texas A&M (L) at New Mexico (L) Albuquerque (W) Colorado State (L) at Houston (L) at Oklahoma City (W) Centenary (W) at Texas‑El Paso (L) at New Mexico State (L) at Colorado State (L) at Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Abilene Christian (W) Oklahoma City (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Centenary (W) Abilene Christian (W) Texas‑El Paso (W) New Mexico State (L) at Texas‑Arlington (L) Houston (L)

82 83 78 87 88 53 88 92 61 64 72 80 93 105 84 89 90 65 77 92 76

87 89 94 77 99 98 85 85 79 76 90 70 78 87 65 79 81 63 78 100 107

Weber State (W) 89 Eastern New Mexico (W) 87 Southwestern Louisiana (W) 79 Southwestern Louisiana (L) 74 Southern Miss. Tourney, Hattiesburg, Miss. Southern Mississippi (L) 75 Illinois State (W) 91 Colorado State (W) 102 East Central (W) 93 Texas‑Arlington (W) 95 Houston (W) 86 Hardin-Simmons (W) 111 Eastern New Mexico (W) 75 Texas-Arlington (W) 95 Utah State (W) 102 Utah (L) 82 Weber State (L) 76 Denver (W) 81 Pan American (W) 91 Colorado State (L) 53 Denver (W) 108 New Mexico State (L) 68 New Mexico State (W-2OT) 93 Hardin‑Simmons (L-2OT) 118 Utah State (W) 95 Colorado State (W) 74 National Invitational Tournament vs. Ohio University (L) 80

77 72 75 90

1968‑69

COACH: DENNIS WALLING WON 18 LOST 8

83 67 83 65 87 76 104 68 77 92 104 92 75 63 55 90 69 91 122 83 66 82

1969‑70

COACH: DENNIS WALLING WON 12 LOST 12 at Hardin‑Simmons (W) Texas-Pan American (W) Samford (W) at Utah State (L) at Weber State (L) Oral Roberts (L) at Southwestern Louisiana (L) at Southern Mississippi (L) Eastern New Mexico (W) at Texas-Pan American (W) at Houston (L) Northern Arizona (W)

73 94 73 87 78 83 67 72 84 86 83 97

Four LSC-South Division Titles • 13 NCAA Postseason Appearances

71 75 72 112 97 86 69 75 74 76 91 66

Trinity (W) 82 Weber State(L) 68 New Mexico State (L) 62 at Portland (W) 84 at Seattle (L) 74 at Texas-Arlington (L) 84 Texas-Arlington (W) 104 Athletes in Action (exhib.) Houston Baptist (W) 77 Louisiana-Lafayette (W) 96 Hardin-Simmons (W) 89 at New Mexico State (L) 73 Utah State (L) 73 Houston (L) 80

74 75 88 72 81 88 82 67 73 76 87 83 96

1970‑71

COACH: DENNIS WALLING WON 19 LOST 7 at Weber State (L) at Utah State (W) Eastern New Mexico (W) at Colorado State (L) Cal State-Los Angeles (W) Colorado State (W) Texas‑Arlington (W) at Houston Baptist (W) at Houston (L) at Texas-Pan American (W) New Mexico State (W) at Cal State-Los Angeles (L) at Loyola (Calif.) (W) Southern Mississippi (W) Southwestern Louisiana (L) at Morehead State (Ky.) (L) at Cincinnati (W) Weber State (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) Seattle (W) Houston Baptist (W) Texas-Pan American (W) at Hardin‑Simmons (W) at Texas‑Arlington (L) at New Mexico State (L) Houston (W)

63 81 55 93 92 80 107 82 71 91 72 78 84 108 86 78 92 70 107 97 79 96 106 89 60 86

73 78 45 117 80 63 66 72 90 76 67 83 73 65 91 90 83 67 59 84 65 64 88 83 87 77

100 100 64 82 64 88 79 87 96 94 65 57 87 84 92 68 76 67 83 87 84 82 90 72 73

78 84 70 100 69 78 69 78 80 134 70 50 77 69 101 74 74 78 80 95 114 80 66 71 103

Corpus Christi (W) 77 Southern Mississippi (W) 99 Trinity (W) 81 Texas‑Arlington (W) 85 Northeastern Louisiana (W) 86 at St. Peter’s (N.J.) (W) 100 at Long Island (L) 64 at Trinity (L) 52 Bluebonnet Bowl Classic, Houston, Texas Houston (L) 84 Wichita State (L) 82 Bradley (W) 104 Drake (L) 79 Loyola (Calif.) (W) 90 at Tulsa (L) 84 at North Texas (L) 79 at St. Louis (L) 55 North Texas (L) 53 Wichita State (W) 82 at Wichita State (L) 71 at Drake (L) 72 at Texas‑Arlington (W) 85

71 87 77 80 83 81 89 54

Buffalo Basketball

at Texas Tech (L) at Texas-El Paso (L) at New Mexico State (L) at Hardin‑Simmons (W) Texas-El Paso (W) New Mexico State (L)

1971‑72

COACH: DENNIS WALLING WON 14 LOST 11 Fort Lewis (W) Texas-Arlington (W) at Weber State (L) at Utah State (L) vs. Long Island (L) at Eastern New Mexico (W) North Texas (W) Drake (W) at Mississippi Southern (W) at Southwestern Louisiana (L) Wichita State (L) Eastern New Mexico (W) Weber State (W) Long Island (W) at New Mexico State (L) at Drake (L) Houston Baptist (W) Southwestern Louisiana (L) New Mexico State (W) at Tulsa (L) at Oral Roberts (L) Utah State (W) Oklahoma City (W) at North Texas (W) at Wichita State (L)

1972‑73

COACH: DENNIS WALLING WON 9 LOST 17

130 88 101 91 78 87 81 88 55 75 103 84 87

13


ALL-TIME YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Memphis State (L) Louisville (L) Tulsa (L) New Mexico State (L) at New Mexico State (L)

79 70 90 81 63

116 85 106 108 102

RON EKKER 5 YEARS (65-70)

1973‑74

COACH: RON EKKER WON 11 LOST 15 Central Oklahoma (L) Quincy College (W) Adams State (W) Eastern New Mexico (W) Hardin‑Simmons (W) Memphis State (L) Texas‑Arlington (W) North Texas (W) New Mexico Highlands (W) at Houston (L) at Texas-Pan American (L) at Tulsa (L) at Bradley (L) at Drake (W) at Louisville (L) St. Louis (W) Louisville (L) at Wichita State (L) at North Texas (L) Texas-Pan American (L) New Mexico State (W) at Texas‑Arlington (L) at Hardin‑Simmons (L) Wichita State (W) Tulsa (L) at New Mexico State (L)

53 61 72 66 72 49 70 67 96 58 66 59 61 58 73 58 62 61 68 61 69 61 69 85 68 62

60 57 47 40 67 53 52 65 65 88 69 88 98 47 99 53 81 72 87 63 63 66 73 73 72 82

1974‑75

COACH: RON EKKER WON 9 LOST 17 Panhandle State (W) Southwestern (Texas) (W-3OT) Houston (L) Adams State (W) St. Cloud State (W) Southern Illinois (L) at Wisconsin‑Milwaukee (L) at St. Louis (L) Louisville (L) North Texas (L) at Wichita State (L) at Tulsa (W) Eastern New Mexico (W) New Mexico State (L) Tulsa (L) at Drake (L) at Southern Illinois (L) at North Texas (W) St. Louis (L) Wichita State (W) at New Mexico State (L) at Eastern New Mexico (W) Drake L) Bradley (L) at Louisville (L) at Bradley (L)

89 82 71 92 65 62 87 61 51 78 55 77 82 58 78 63 50 62 58 89 53 68 81 75 69 72

69 78 80 75 56 63 99 100 53 84 60 75 55 72 82 75 67 53 60 63 73 53 90 78 75 75

1975‑76

Buffalo Basketball 14

46 53

1976‑77

COACH: RON EKKER WON 18 LOST 12 Panhandle State (W) 102 Southwestern Okla. (W) 88 Jacksonville (W) 88 * at Oklahoma State (W) 2 Texas-El Paso (L) 58 Sul Ross State (W) 92 at Southern Mississippi (W) 67 at Indiana State (L) 61 North Texas (L) 83 Oklahoma Baptist (W) 65 New Mexico State (W) 77 Indiana State (L) 41 at Oklahoma City (W) 68 at Tulsa (W) 92 Southern Illinois (W-OT) 78 Wichita State (L) 72 at Oral Roberts (L) 67 at Drake (W) 69 at Bradley (L) 73 Samford (L) 56 Drake (W) 90 at Southern Illinois (L) 58 Tulsa (W-OT) 76 Bradley (W) 76 at New Mexico State (L-OT) 82 at Wichita State (L) 66 Tulsa (W) 96 MVC Tournament, Las Cruces, N.M. at New Mexico State (W) 89 at Wichita State (W) 79 at Southern Illinois (L) 69 *OSU forfeit 81-76 win, ineligible player

54 75 75 0 59 52 64 75 85 63 69 43 65 69 74 82 87 67 75 57 87 76 73 70 84 74 81 86 68 82

1977‑78

COACH: RON EKKER WON 8 LOST 19 Panhandle State (W) Southwestern Okla. (L-OT) Oklahoma Baptist (W) Oral Roberts (L) at North Texas (L) East Central (W) at Colorado State (L) at Utah State (L) Southern Mississippi (L) Tulsa (L) at Indiana State (L) at Bradley (L) Creighton (L-OT) New Mexico State (L) Oklahoma City (W) Drake (W) Bradley (L-OT) at Southern Illinois (L) at Wichita State (W) Indiana State (L) at New Mexico State (W) at Creighton (L) Southern Illinois (L) at Tulsa (W) at Drake (L) Wichita State (L) at Indiana State (L)

69 61 88 78 85 70 70 62 57 56 63 67 60 63 76 84 77 70 64 50 82 51 61 78 78 74 71

38 71 54 89 100 57 101 80 58 70 79 90 64 77 71 76 81 77 59 67 73 72 80 71 104 81 90

KEN EDWARDS 6 YEARS (68-97)

COACH: RON EKKER WON 19 LOST 7 Panhandle State (W) Southwestern Okla. (W) Oklahoma Baptist (W) at Texas-El Paso (L) Oklahoma State (W) McNeese State (W) at Jacksonville (W-OT) at Samford (W) Wisconsin‑Milwaukee (W) at Louisville (W-OT) Tulsa (W) Chicago State (W) at New Mexico State (W-OT) Louisville (L) Bradley (W) at Wichita State (L) at Drake (W) North Texas (W) New Mexico State (W-OT) at Southern Illinois (L) at Bradley (W) Wichita State (W) at Tulsa (L) Drake (W) at North Texas (L)

Southern Illinois (L)

69 77 71 48 63 69 69 64 85 84 75 99 61 57 66 55 73 96 68 57 74 69 76 79 69

59 63 58 53 62 60 59 49 63 78 59 69 59 69 56 63 70 87 66 66 66 62 80 58 88

1978‑79

75 82 77 78

87 80 79 80

84 94

1979-80

Southern Colorado (W) at Texas Tech (L) at New Mexico (L) Cameron (W) Wayland Baptist (W) Oral Roberts (W) at Southern California (W) Texas-Pan American (W) New Mexico State (W) at Creighton (L) at Tulsa (W) Indiana State (L) at North Texas (L) Bradley (W) Southern Illinois (W) at Drake (L) at Indiana State (L) at Bradley (L) Wichita State (W) Tulsa (W) at New Mexico State (L) at Wichita State (L) at Southern Illinois (W) Oklahoma City (W) Creighton (W) Drake (W) MVC Tournament, Canyon, Texas New Mexico State (W) Creighton (W) at Bradley (L) National Invitational Tournament at Illinois State (L)

89 114 97 67 54 65 79 93 77 84 87 77 72 89 62 84 85 79 89 69 56 75

59 83 83 121 84 69 78 75 87 96 102 98 69 96 76 93 111 78 91 79 84 100

79 75 49 89 69

84 81 51 106 73

1982‑83

98 87 83 67 59 62

Mid-South Classic, Memphis, Tenn. at Memphis State (L) 74 at Tulane (L) 64 at Oklahoma City (W) 79 Angelo State (W) 71 Phillips (W) 94 at Oklahoma (L) 85 Montana Classic, Missoula, Mont. at Montana (L) 82 at Texas A&M (L) 72 at Texas-Pan American (L) 78 Wichita State (L) 88 Illinois State (L) 73 at Drake (L) 65 Drake (W) 64 Bradley (W) 93 at Tulsa (L) 57 at New Mexico State (L) 77 at Wichita State (L) 63 at Creighton (L) 87 Indiana State (W) 108 New Mexico State (L) 87 Southern Illinois (W) 89 at Bradley (L) 80 at Illinois State (L) 59 Tulsa (L) 88 Creighton (W) 72 Southern Illinois (L-2OT) 104 Indiana State (L) 103 MVC Tournament, Las Cruces, N.M. New Mexico State (L) 80

63 80

1983‑84

80 64 100 103 89 86 86 99 103 82 84 76 97 79 79 105 53 79 87 92 75 83 83 102 103 90

61 78 112 88 59 85 68 82 79 92 82 81 98 78 65 112 61 84 79 80 91 99 76 98 86 87

89 78 71 67 75 117 88 74 81 89 89 92 53 85 95 94 85 94 87 90 81 82 74 93 70 106 111 95

COACH: KEN EDWARDS WON 8 LOST 19

1980‑81

COACH: KEN EDWARDS WON 16 LOST 11 Lubbock Christian (W) 95 66 Texas Tech (W) 64 62 Missouri Show-Me Classic, Columbia, Mo. at Missouri (L) 70 88 vs. Pittsburgh (W) 92 73 at Texas-Pan American (W) 85 77 Cameron (W) 91 68 U.S. International (W) 93 83 Southern Colorado (W) 122 69 Rebel Roundup, Las Vegas, Nev. vs. Texas Christian (W-OT) 67 63 at Nevada‑Las Vegas (L) 80 95 Wayland Baptist (W) 92 71 Bradley (L-OT) 86 88 at Drake (L) 88 91 at Wichita State (L) 85 100 at New Mexico State (W) 71 68 at Southern Illinois (W) 108 83 at Tulsa (L) 90 103 at Creighton (L) 69 86 Wichita State (L) 65 73 at New Mexico State (L) 71 89 Tulsa (W-OT) 85 83 Drake (L) 86 93 at Indiana State (W) 98 84 Southern Illinois (W) 97 57 Indiana State (W) 104 88 Creighton (L) 86 90 at Bradley (W) 66 64

Geneva (L) at Southern A&M (L) Ft. Lewis (W) Southern Colorado (W) at Illinois (L) Texas-Pan American (W-OT) Montana State-Billings (W) Southern A&M (W) at Tulsa (L) Texas-San Antonio (L) Southern Illinois (L) Bradley (L) Tulsa (L) at Texas-Pan American (L) Drake (W) at Creighton (L) at Bradley (L) at Drake (L) Illinois State (L) Wichita State (L) at Indiana State (W) at Illinois State (L) Southern Illinois (W) Creighton (L) at Wichita State (L) at Texas‑San Antonio (L) Indiana State (L)

80 66 91 80 58 91 90 74 82 68 76 80 93 62 85 77 81 81 82 84 91 72 88 87 59 88 98

83 87 84 70 69 89 71 67 121 70 80 89 99 74 73 98 93 92 93 93 86 86 84 93 61 95 113

GARY MOSS 3 YEARS (47-40)

COACH: KEN EDWARDS WON 11 LOST 15 Southwestern Okla. (W) at Houston (L) Texas-Pan American (W) Cameron (W) at Texas Tech (L) Oklahoma City (W) Angelo State (W) Prairie View A&M (W) Creighton (W) at New Mexico State (L) Utah State (W) Tulsa (L) at Bradley (L) at Illinois State (L) Wichita State (L) Southern Illinois (L) at Tulsa (L) at Creighton (L) Drake (W) Lubbock Christian (W) at Indiana State (W-OT)

at Southern Illinois (L-2OT) Bradley (L-OT) Illinois State (L) at Wichita State (L) New Mexico State (L)

COACH: KEN EDWARDS WON 8 LOST 20

COACH: KEN EDWARDS WON 18 LOST 12

1981‑82

COACH: KEN EDWARDS WON 7 LOST 20 Panhandle State (W) Wayland Baptist (W) Lubbock Christian (W) at Kentucky (L) at Arkansas (L) Colorado State (L) North Texas State (W) McMurray (W) at Oklahoma City (L) at Wichita State (L) at New Mexico State (L) Indiana State (L) Southern Illinois (W-OT) at Oral Roberts (L) at Creighton (L) Drake (L) Tulsa (L) at Bradley (W-2OT) at Drake (L) Wichita State (L) at Southern Illinois (L) at Indiana State (L)

New Mexico State (L) Bradley (W) at Tulsa (L) Creighton (L) MVC Tournament, Terre Haute, Ind. at Indiana State (L)

1984‑85 65 73 104 91 77 65 115 115 79 66 90 84 69 53 72 62 61 66 55 57 83

55 84 76 71 95 57 103 55 57 75 81 98 92 65 73 69 68 68 50 53 80

COACH: GARY MOSS WON 11 LOST 17 Ft. Lewis (W) New Mexico Highlands (W) at Southern (La.) (L) at Southern Colorado (W) Adams State (W) Kettle Classic, Houston, Texas vs. St. Mary’s (Calif.) (L-3OT) vs. Portland (W) Fleet Classic, Providence, R.I. at Providence (L) vs. Northeastern State (W) at Wichita State (L) Indiana State (L-2OT) Creighton (L) at Bradley (L) Texas‑San Antonio (W) Drake (W) at Southern Illinois (L) at Tulsa (L)

2 0 1 2 - 1 3 W e s t Te x a s A & M B u f f a l o B a s k e t b a l l R e c o r d B o o k

85 140 78 85 99

78 70 82 75 49

82 85 80 59 64 81 64 88 61 48 78 65 58 90

73 74 98 91 68 65 76 63 67 110

Wichita State (L) at Drake (L) at Creighton (L) Bradley (L) Southern Illinois (W) Illinois State (W) at Texas‑San Antonio (L) at Illinois State (L) at Indiana State (L) Tulsa (W) MVC Tournament, Tulsa, Okla. at Tulsa (L)

86 69 63 71 64 68 55 58 64 70

99 78 87 76 57 66 61 74 77 62

69

74

1985-86

COACH: GARY MOSS WON 11 LOST 17 Midwestern State (W) 73 Adams State (W) 62 Panhandle State (W) 69 Southern (L) 60 at Oklahoma (L) 58 Hawaii Tournament, Honolulu, Hawaii at Hawaii (W-OT) 68 vs. Alabama-Birmingham (L) 56 Pan American Tournament, Edinburg, Texas at Texas-Pan American (L) 56 vs. Texas-San Antonio (W) 63 Colorado College (W) 81 at Drake (L) 58 Tulsa (W) 52 Indiana State (W) 61 Creighton (L-OT) 56 at Bradley (L) 53 at Illinois State (L) 32 at Tulsa (L) 37 Bradley (L) 54 Wichita State (W) 64 at Indiana State (L) 46 at Southern Illinois (L) 59 Illinois State (L) 61 at Wichita State (L) 38 at Creighton (L) 47 Southern Illinois (W) 66 Drake (L) 49 Texas-Pan American (W-OT) 76 at Bradley (L) 55

63 42 49 69 79 65 65 75 60 62 65 48 50 58 78 42 54 63 54 54 71 66 45 48 58 51 75 61

1986-87

COACH: GARY MOSS WON 25 LOST 6 Midwestern Classic, Wichita Falls, Texas at Wayne State (Mich.) (W) 57 at Morningside (W) 69 at Sam Houston State (L) 53 Showtime Classic, Amarillo, Texas Western New Mexico (W) 91 Schreiner (W) 103 Seattle (W) 100 Houston (W) 68 Quincy Tournament, Quincy, Ill vs. Clark College (W) 88 vs. Midwestern State (W) 72 vs. Missouri-Rolla (W) 66 Northeast Missouri State (W) 74 Quincy College (W) 65 Panhandle State (L) 69 Midwestern State (W) 86 at Angelo State (W) 66 at Howard Payne (W) 75 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 76 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 78 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 91 at Abilene Christian (L) 55 Midwestern State (W) 73 Abilene Christian (W) 94 Eastern New Mexico (W) 82 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L-OT) 81 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 92 Angelo State (W) 86 Howard Payne (W) 84 LSC Tournament, Amarillo, Texas Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 90 Abilene Christian (L) 69 NCAA D-II Regionals, Amarillo, Texas Abilene Christian (W) 67 Southeast Missouri State (L) 71

42 54 63 71 65 64 66 81 62 57 45 54 70 58 64 65 56 60 82 58 68 75 64 98 74 66 63 54 78 63 72

MARK ADAMS 5 YEARS (118-38)

1987-88

COACH: MARK ADAMS WON 20 LOST 9 Southern Utah Classic, Cedar City, Utah at Southern Utah State (W) 83 81 vs. Biola (L) 51 78


ALL-TIME YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 66 64 67 55 49 58 74 77 85 72 75 76 68 65 65 67 74 56 55 68 76 53 76 85 55 74 94

1988-89

COACH: MARK ADAMS WON 18 LOST 9 Ryland Milner Invitational, Maryville, Mo. vs. Grandview (W) 70 at Northwest Missouri (W) 108 LSC Preseason Tournament, Amarillo, Texas Texas A&M-Kingsville (W-OT) 84 Central Oklahoma (W) 76 Eastern New Mexico (L) 103 Dallas Baptist (W) 87 WTSU Classic, Amarillo, Texas Baptist Christian (W) 92 Mississippi College (L) 87 at Lamar (L) 67 Gannon Tournament, Erie, Pa. at North Carolina Central (L) 58 at Kentucky State (W) 91 Henderson State (W) 77 Eastern New Mexico (W) 102 at Southern Utah State (L) 61 at Angelo State (L) 84 at Abilene Christian (W) 91 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 72 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 95 Central Oklahoma (W) 96 Cameron (L) 77 at Central Oklahoma (L) 85 at Cameron (W) 64 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 71 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 73 Angelo State (W) 82 Abilene Christian (W) 86 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 72

58 105 78 62 105 78 74 88 79 66 81 67 80 69 86 78 69 82 75 80 96 60 74 50 75 66 62

1989-90

COACH: MARK ADAMS WON 25 LOST 7 Ozarks (W) 80 McMurry (W) 102 WTSU Pizza Hut Classic, Amarillo, Texas Wiley (W) 108 Oklahoma City (W) 100 at Cal State-Fullerton (L) 74 Northwestern Oklahoma (W) 73 at Southern Utah State (W) 84 at Cal State-Dom. Hills (W) 73 Cal State-Northridge (W) 82 Schreiner (W) 98 Eastern New Mexico (W) 78 Phillips (W) 108 Dallas Baptist (W) 100 St. Edwards (W) 99 Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 70 Texas A&M-Kingsville (L-OT) 87 at Central Oklahoma (W) 90 at Cameron (W) 82 at Angelo State (W) 77 at Abilene Christian (W) 102 Angelo State (W) 78 Abilene Christian (W) 110 at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 75 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 68 Central Oklahoma (W) 92 Cameron (W) 99 at Eastern New Mexico (L) 70 LSC Tournament, Amarillo, Texas Cameron (W) 66 LSC Tournament, Commerce, Texas

65 73 73 82 89 70 75 53 80 70 59 73 70 67 71 91 81 76 57 64 69 69 79 89 85 82 80 58

vs. Central Oklahoma (W) 94 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 91 NCAA D-II Regionals, Cape Girardeau, Mo. at Missouri Western (L) 71 vs. Southern Indiana (W-2OT) 98

86 70 73 93

1990-91

COACH: MARK ADAMS WON 25 LOST 7 Mary Hardin-Baylor (W) 102 Wiley College (W) 141 WTSU Pizza Hut Classic, Amarillo, Texas Texas College (W) 114 Midwestern State (W) 95 McMurry (W) 103 Grand Canyon (W) 93 Texas Wesleyan (W) 108 St. Edward’s (W) 97 Budweiser Holiday Classic, Bakersfield, Calif. vs. New Haven (W) 96 at Cal State-Bakersfield (W) 80 at Cal Poly-SLO (L) 75 Dallas (W) 128 Central Oklahoma (W) 97 Cameron (W) 84 at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 56 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (W-2OT) 85 at Central Oklahoma (W) 83 at Cameron (W) 81 Eastern New Mexico (W) 79 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 100 East Texas State (W) 80 at Angelo State (W) 73 at Abilene Christian (W) 90 at Texas-El Paso (L) 74 Angelo State (L) 53 Abilene Christian (W) 95 at Eastern New Mexico (L-OT) 69 LSC Tournament, Amarillo, Texas Abilene Christian (W) 127 Cameron (W) 78 Central Oklahoma (W) 83 NCAA Regionals, Warrensburg, Mo. at. Central Missouri (L) 69 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (L) 78

67 60 73 74 54 73 67 51 73 66 87 73 82 67 60 83 73 75 73 84 66 68 46 77 55 58 73 76 70 70 72 91

1991-92

COACH: MARK ADAMS WON 28 LOST 8 at Oklahoma (L) 79 WTSU Pizza Hut Classic, Amarillo, Texas Mississippi College (L) 73 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 75 Southwest Baptist (W) 96 Jacksonville Tournament, Jacksonville, Ala. vs. Talladega College (W) 95 at Jacksonville State (L) 71 at Angelo State (L) 64 Lubbock Christian (W) 93 Washburn Classic, Topeka, Kan. vs. Fort Hays State (L) 65 vs. Wayne State (W) 82 WTSU Classic, Amarillo, Texas Angelo State (W) 106 Central Oklahoma (W) 86 Incarnate Word (W) 91 at Cameron (W) 94 Eastern New Mexico (W) 87 at North Texas (L) 72 at Central Oklahoma (L) 82 Mary Hardin-Baylor (W) 104 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 83 at Southern Utah State (L) 86 at Abilene Christian (W) 81 Abilene Christian (W) 73 Cameron (W) 97 Texas Wesleyan (W) 100 Panhandle State (W) 80 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 71 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 68 at Lubbock Christian (W) 65

95 78 63 71 77 78 74 66 68 69 78 82 66 79 76 83 83 64 57 93 71 61 64 85 49 70 55 61

JEFF MORGAN 1 YEAR (17-10)

1992-93

COACH: JEFF MORGAN WON 17 LOST 10 Dallas (W) 111 Colo.-Colorado Springs (W) 86 WTSU Thanksgiving Tourn., Amarillo, Texas Henderson State (W) 89 Central Arkansas (L) 62 Angelo State Tourn., San Angelo, Texas vs. Abilene Christian (W) 79

61 52 47 64 74

at Angelo State (L-OT) 79 83 Eastern New Mexico (W) 69 56 ENMU Tournament, Portales, N.M. vs. Western New Mexico (W) 64 57 vs. Panhandle State (W) 109 84 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 71 62 at SUI-Edwardsville (L) 57 58 at Missouri-Rolla (W) 84 67 at Oklahoma (L) 71 121 Angelo State (W) 94 55 Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 64 67 Huston-Tillotson (W) 95 62 Western New Mexico (L-OT) 74 75 Panhandle State (W) 91 67 at Nebraska-Kearney (L) 73 81 at Wayne State (W) 71 55 at Colo.-Colorado Springs (L) 56 57 Grand Canyon (W) 79 70 at Eastern New Mexico (L) 71 82 Lubbock Christian (W) 91 74 at Grand Canyon (L) 84 94 Nebraska-Kearney (W) 98 74 at Lubbock Christian (W) 111 72

RICK COOPER 19 YEARS (369-181)

1993-94

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 20 LOST 10 Mary Hardin-Baylor (W) 86 at Lubbock Christian (W) 81 at Colorado State (L) 62 Northwestern Oklahoma (L) 78 Langston (W) 84 Lubbock Christian (W) 84 Southern Colorado (W) 80 at Southern Colorado (L) 72 Science & Arts of Okla. (W) 85 at Oklahoma State (L) 45 at Tarleton State (L) 79 at Cameron (W) 84 at Central Oklahoma (L) 81 Eastern New Mexico (W) 86 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 92 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 88 at Abilene Christian (L) 81 at Angelo State (L) 85 Abilene Christian (W) 89 Angelo State (W) 102 Central Oklahoma (W) 99 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 74 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 78 Cameron (W) 82 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 63 LSC Tournament, Canyon, Texas Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 80 Abilene Christian (W) 85 NCAA South Central Regionals, Topeka, Kan. vs. Missouri Western (W) 94 vs. North Alabama (L) 67 vs. Central Missouri State (L) 74

72 76 102 83 54 71 76 79 56 103 80 77 86 78 75 71 90 107 86 71 91 52 65 62 61

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 18 LOST 10 McMurry (W) 68 65 Colo.-Colorado Springs (W) 80 69 National Christian (W) 88 69 WT Thanksgiving Classic, Canyon, Texas LeTourneau (W) 111 63 Wiley (W) 120 77 at Cameron (L) 71 81 Southern Colorado (W) 86 80 Abilene Christian (W) 92 69 Angelo State (W) 106 60 at Adams State (W) 77 75 at Colorado State (L) 64 94 at Midwestern State (L) 86 106 at Central Oklahoma (W) 88 85 Tarleton State (W) 81 74 Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 80 81 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 79 65 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 73 84 Cameron (W) 69 60 Eastern New Mexico (W) 90 81 Central Oklahoma (W) 111 83 Midwestern State (W) 92 91 at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 61 67 at Tarleton State (L) 65 66 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 101 79 at Angelo State (L) 83 87 at Abilene Christian (L) 69 74 LSC Tournament First Round, Canyon, Texas Abilene Christian (W) 79 73 LSC Tournament Semifinal, Commerce, Texas vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 85 94

1996-97

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 15 LOST 13

76 69

New Mexico Highlands (W) 90 at Southern Colorado (W) 78 WT Thanksgiving Classic, Canyon, Texas Southwestern Oklahoma (W) 77 Phillips (L-OT) 67 Concordia (Texas) (W) 106 Missouri Western State Hillyard Classic, St. Joseph, Mo. at Missouri Western (L) 61 vs. Virginia Union (L) 62 Science & Arts of Okla. (W) 90 at Abilene Christian (L) 69 at Angelo State (L) 56 SW Assemblies of God (W) 115 Midwestern State (W) 77 Central Oklahoma (W) 90 at Tarleton State (L) 63 at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 61 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 93 Panhandle State (W) 88 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 78 at Central Oklahoma (L) 81 at Midwestern State (L) 65 Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 58 Tarleton State (W) 77 Eastern New Mexico (W) 74 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 81 Angelo State (W) 62 Abilene Christian (L) 61 LSC Tourn. First Round, Abilene, Texas at Abilene Christian (W) 86 LSC Tourn. Semifinal, Commerce, Texas at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 67

68 65

1997-98

69 79 82 74 79

1994-95

COACH: RICK COOPER 17 WINS 10 LOSSES National Christian (W) 155 Texas Wesleyan (W) 87 WT Thanksgiving Classic, Canyon, Texas Colo.-Colorado Springs (W) 87 Schreiner (W) 87 Al Kaly Shrine Tournament, Pueblo, Colo. vs. Western State (Colo.) (W) 65 at Southern Colorado (L) 61 Adams State (W) 87 at Kansas State (L) 44 at Colo.-Colo. Springs (W) 59 American Indian (W) 85 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 82 at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 60 Cameron (W) 89 Central Oklahoma (L) 99 Tarleton State (W) 75 at Angelo State (L) 67 at Abilene Christian (W) 74 at Cameron (L) 66 Abilene Christian (W) 99 Angelo State (W) 65 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 64 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 70 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 72 at Tarleton State (W) 67 at Central Oklahoma (L) 80 Eastern New Mexico (L) 57 LSC Tournament, Commerce, Texas at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 60

1995-96

63 79 75 77 45 40 96 66 75 108 66 68 72 77 82 62 54 60 69 40 89 59 71

64 76 46 70 53 78 74 61 78 71 34 75 68 72 67 66 73 59 89 77 76 75 62 82 59 65 82 87

COACH: RICK COOPER 26 WINS, 5 LOSSES at Fort Lewis (W) at New Mexico Highlands (W) at Southwestern Oklahoma (W) at Cameron (W) Panhandle State (W) New Mexico Highlands (W) Fort Lewis (W) Ouachita Baptist (W) Harding (W) at Panhandle State (W) SW Assemblies of God (W) Midwestern State (W) Tarleton State (W) at Angelo State (W) at Abilene Christian (W-OT) at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) Jarvis Christian (W) at Eastern New Mexico (W) Texas A&M-Commerce (W) Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) Eastern New Mexico (W) at Midwestern State (W)

86 96 86 83 79 87 113 74 71 78 91 97 79 84 94 73 65 94 64 73 82 75 97

Four LSC-South Division Titles • 13 NCAA Postseason Appearances

69 82 56 66 63 64 74 53 60 74 56 84 68 66 93 76 69 46 49 64 70 63 91

at Tarleton State (W) 73 Angelo State (W) 85 Abilene Christian (L) 87 LSC Tournament, Canyon, Texas Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 89 Central Oklahoma (L) 101 NCAA South Central Regionals, Canyon, Texas Pittsburg State (W) 90 Central Oklahoma (W) 105 NCAA Division II Elite Eight, Louisville, Ky. vs. California-Davis (L) 55

59 82 91 78 123 79 101 63

1998-99

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 22 LOST 7 SW Assemblies of God (W) 116 48 at Northeastern State (L) 64 67 at Central Oklahoma (L) 96 100 at Panhandle State (W) 63 58 Plains Nat’l Bank, WT Thanksgiving Classic, Canyon, Texas CW Post-Long Island (W) 105 52 Missouri Western (W) 83 69 East Central (W) 88 80 Southeastern Oklahoma (W) 77 59 Panhandle State (W) 76 68 vs. St. Edwards’ (L) 78 86 Westmont Tourn., Santa Barbara, Calif. vs. Christian Heritage (W) 81 75 at Westmont (L) 63 76 Angelo State (W) 78 61 Abilene Christian (W) 75 60 at Midwestern State (L) 83 108 at Tarleton State (W) 75 69 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 84 76 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 82 69 Eastern New Mexico (W) 96 95 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 80 78 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 108 84 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 85 68 at Abilene Christian (W) 87 82 at Angelo State (W) 71 68 Tarleton State (W) 72 65 Midwestern State (W) 113 95 LSC Tournament, Canyon, Texas *Central Oklahoma (W) 92 91 *Tarleton State (L) 60 62 NCAA South Central Regionals, Wichita Falls, Texas ^vs. Abilene Christian (L-3OT) 96 102

Buffalo Basketball

LSC Preseason Tournament, Amarillo, Texas Angelo State (W) 71 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 82 Midwestern State (L) 64 ENMU Classic, Portales, N.M. vs. Lubbock Christian (W) 67 vs. Sul Ross (W) 71 Midwestern State (W) 102 WTSU Classic, Amarillo, Texas Southern Utah State(W) 88 Oakland (W) 89 Nebraska-Kearney (W) 107 at Midwestern State (L) 64 Panhandle State (W) 79 at Angelo State (L) 72 at Abilene Christian (L) 60 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W-ot) 74 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 81 at Central Oklahoma (L) 66 at Cameron (L) 55 Eastern New Mexico (W) 77 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 65 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 72 Central Oklahoma (W) 98 Cameron (W) 63 Abilene Christian (W) 78 Angelo State (L) 82 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 77 LSC Tournament, San Angelo, Texas vs. Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 89 vs. Angelo State (L) 73

1999-2000

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 21 LOST 7 vs. Adams State (L) at Fort Lewis (W) at Panhandle State (W) Southwestern Oklahoma (W) at Ouachita Baptist (L) at Harding (W) SW Assemblies of God (W) Cameron (W) vs. Western Washington (W) vs. St. Mary’s (W) Midwestern State (L) Tarleton State (W) at Angelo State (L) at Abilene Christian (W) at Eastern New Mexico (W) Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) at Tarleton State (W) at Midwestern State (L) Abilene Christian (W) Angelo State (W) at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) Eastern New Mexico (W) at Texas A&M-Kingsville (W-OT) Panhandle State (W) Texas A&M-Commerce (W) LSC Tournament, Canyon, Texas Harding (W) LSC Tournament, Tahlequah, Okla. at Northeastern State (W) vs. Midwestern State (L)

72 70 87 73 74 71 52 77 55 60 85 85 77 71 71 77 68 82 56 75 94 68 80 62 59

75 60 64 85 76 60 122 85 75 74 73 92 78 68 46 69 65 94 103 78 89 84 77 93 66

67 92 60 49 83 93

2000-01

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 23 LOST 8 at Midwestern State (L) vs. Southwestern Oklahoma (W) vs. Fort Lewis (L) at Adams State (L) at Panhandle State (W-OT) Fort Lewis (W) Midwestern State (W) National Christian (W) Adams State (W) Northeastern State (L)

69 84 75 75 90 85 87 104 94 62

79 70 85 79 89 69 74 62 65 65

15


ALL-TIME YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Central Oklahoma (W) 90 at East Central (W) 66 at Southeastern Oklahoma (L-OT)69 75 at Angelo State (L-OT) 60 at Abilene Christian (W) 69 Eastern New Mexico (W) 80 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 72 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 84 Tarleton State (W) 86 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 60 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 62 Abilene Christian (W) 87 Angelo State (W) 85 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 83 at Tarleton State (W-OT) 60 Panhandle State (W) 91 LSC Tournament, Canyon, Texas Central Oklahoma (W) 87 LSC Tournament, at San Angelo, Texas vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 67 at Angelo State (W-OT) 75 NCAA South Central Regional, Topeka, Kan. vs. St. Mary’s (W) 67 at Washburn (L) 61

64 61 63 60 61 65 81 71 58 66 76 71 77 54 71 79 55 73 55 86

2001-02

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 16 LOST 10 Panhandle State (W) 89 at New Mexico Highlands (W) 88 Tarleton State Tourn., Stephenville, Texas vs. Mary-Hardin Baylor (W) 80 vs. Texas College (W) 82 at Southwestern Oklahoma (L) 89 at Cameron (L) 59 National Christian (W) 91 Midwestern State (W) 87 at Panhandle State (W) 95 New Mexico Highlands (W) 77 at Northeastern State (L) 51 at Central Oklahoma (L) 68 East Central (W) 81 Southeastern Oklahoma (W) 82 at Tarleton State (L) 54 Angelo State (L) 80 Abilene Christian (W) 80 at Eastern New Mexico (L) 73 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 70 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 75 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W-OT)79 76 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 76 Tarleton State (W-OT) 73 Eastern New Mexico (L-OT) 77 at Abilene Christian (W) 82 at Angelo State (L) 62

64 79 65 55 94 63 30 81 60 72 74 85 66 76 72 82 58 82 59 54 80 69 81 70 88

2002-03

Buffalo Basketball

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 21 LOST 10 Panhandle State Classic, Goodwell, Okla. vs. Southwest Baptist (W) 76 vs. Lubbock Christian (L) 61 New Mexico Highlands (W) 85 Papa John’s Thanksgiving Classic, Canyon, Texas Texas-Permian Basin (W) 93 Eastern New Mexico (W) 82 Panhandle State (W) 73 New Mexico Highlands (W) 91 at Panhandle State (L) 75 at Tarleton State (L) 49 Northeastern State (L) 69 Central Oklahoma (L) 77 at East Central (W) 79 at Southeastern Oklahoma (W) 58 Southwestern Oklahoma (W) 79 Cameron University (W) 82 at Angelo State (W) 80 at Abilene Christian (W) 79 Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 68 Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 73 at Midwestern State (W) 67 Eastern New Mexico (W) 69 Midwestern State (W) 89 at Eastern New Mexico (L) 76 Abilene Christian (W) 79 Angelo State (W) 84 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 77 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 76 *Central Oklahoma (W) 88 LSC Tournament, Portales, N.M. vs. Northeastern State (W) 78 vs. Tarleton State (W) 69 NCAA South Central Regionals, Stephenville, Texas vs. Washburn (L) 73

2003-04

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 18 LOST 10

16

59 65 75 58 65 44 58 79 75 75 79 64 55 69 50 72 63 72 81 64 63 83 85 64 73 66 80 84 56 61 75

at Lubbock Christian (W) 89 Colorado School of Mines Tournament, Golden, Colo. at Colorado Mines (L) 75 vs. Mesa State (W) 79 WT Thanksgiving Classic, Canyon, Texas Colorado State-Pueblo (W) 65 Southwestern Oklahoma (L) 56 at Northeastern State (L) 47 at Central Oklahoma (L) 76 Lubbock Christian (W-OT) 100 at Panhandle State (W) 68 East Central (W) 78 Southeastern Oklahoma (W) 66 at Southwestern Oklahoma (W) 70 at Cameron (W-OT) 87 Panhandle State (W) 84 Tarleton State (L) 60 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 68 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 82 Angelo State (W) 94 Abilene Christian (W) 76 at Eastern New Mexico (L) 74 at Midwestern State (L) 69 Eastern New Mexico (L-OT) 72 Midwestern State (W) 88 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 77 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 79 at Abilene Christian (W) 67 at Angelo State (W) 77 LSC Tournament, Tahlequah, Okla. at Northeastern State (L) 52

88 89 77 61 76 62 81 93 66 33 63 64 81 75 63 86 65 79 61 89 86 77 74 63 76 66 72 65

2004-05

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 16 LOST 14 at Central Arkansas (L-OT) 70 at Panhandle State (W) 69 SBC/Coca Cola Thanksgiving Classic, Canyon, Texas Missouri Southern (W) 67 Southwestern Oklahoma (L) 47 Southwestern Oklahoma (L) 50 Cameron (W) 82 Central Arkansas (L) 55 at Tarleton State (L) 63 vs. Cal St. San Bernardino(L) 55 vs. Pittsburg State (L) 51 Panhandle State (W) 64 Northeastern State (W) 73 Central Oklahoma (L) 58 at East Central (W) 92 at Southeastern Oklahoma (L) 49 Midwestern State (W) 81 Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 50 Eastern New Mexico (W) 66 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 58 Angelo State (W) 72 Abilene Christian (W) 97 at Angelo State (L) 69 at Abilene Christian (W) 78 at Midwestern State (W-OT) 74 at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 59 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 81 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 81 LSC Tournament First Round, Edmond, Okla. at Central Oklahoma (W) 79 LSC Tournament, Commerce, Texas vs Midwestern State (W) 80 at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 62

76 66 57 50 53 72 64 80 76 64 63 46 64 60 70 52 67 59 66 56 83 74 68 72 75 78 70 67 75 77

2005-06

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 23 LOST 8 at Panhandle State (W) 77 at New Mexico Highlands (W) 81 at Lubbock Christian (W) 63 SBC Coca Cola Classic, Canyon, Texas Western State (Colo.) (W) 89 Ouachita Baptist (W) 76 at Cameron (L) 66 at Southwestern Oklahoma (L-OT) 64 6 5 Lubbock Christian (W) 74 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 69 Panhandle State (W) 69 New Mexico Highlands (W) 75 at Central Oklahoma (L) 58 at Northeastern State (L) 50 Southeastern Oklahoma (W-OT) 86 East Central (W) 72 at Abilene Christian (W) 65 Angelo State (W) 77 Midwestern State (W) 90 at Tarleton State (L) 66 Eastern New Mexico (W) 93 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 74 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 92 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 67 Abilene Christian (W) 87 at Angelo State (W) 81 at Midwestern State (L) 79

67 72 53 54 71 70 53 62 64 61 69 64 80 63 55 71 58 68 81 60 89 75 73 77 82

Tarleton State (W) LSC Tournament, Canyon, Texas Southwestern Oklahoma (W) LSC Tournament, Durant, Okla. at Southeastern Oklahoma (W) vs. Tarleton State (W) NCAA South Central Regionals, Bolivar, Mo. at Northwest Missouri (L)

80 60 84 70 64 62 92 85 51 66

2006-07

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 18 LOST 11 vs Pittsburg State (L) 59 at Missouri Southern (L) 70 WT Thanksgiving Classic, Canyon, Texas Adams State (L) 62 Ouachita Baptist (W) 83 at NM Highlands (W) 83 Cameron (L) 84 Southwestern Oklahoma (L-OT) 81 at Lubbock Christian (W) 92 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 65 Wayland Baptist (W) 80 Central Oklahoma (W) 78 Northeastern State (W) 66 at Southeastern Oklahoma (L-OT)75 85 at Angelo State (L) 84 Abilene Christian (W) 78 NM Highlands (W) 92 Tarleton State (W) 69 at Midwestern State (L) 81 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 87 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 65 Eastern New Mexico (W) 91 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 76 Angelo State (W) 86 at Abilene Christian (W) 80 at Tarleton State (W) 69 Midwestern State (L) 55 LSC Tournament, Canyon, Texas Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 82 LSC Tournament, Wichita Falls, Texas vs. Southeastern Oklahoma (L) 76 NCAA South Central Regionals, Warrensburg, Mo. vs. Midwestern State (L) 81

73 75 69 65 64 90 84 84 64 66 68 57 94 69 63 62 90 72 63 79 67 56 68 63 61 80 83 86

2007-08

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 21 LOST 8 Grizzly Tipoff Classic, Alamosa, Colo. vs Colo.-Colo. Springs (W) 80 at Adams State (L) 55 at Wayland Baptist (L) 72 WT Thanksgiving Classic, Canyon, Texas Western State (W) 85 Harding (W) 86 at New Mexico Highlands (W) 77 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 72 New Mexico Highlands (W) 80 at Central Oklahoma (L) 82 at Northwestern State (W) 64 Lubbock Christian (L) 59 Southeastern Oklahoma (W) 82 East Central (L) 65 at Cameron (W) 82 at Southwestern Oklahoma (W) 87 Angelo State (W) 71 at Eastern New Mexico (W) 63 Midwestern State (W) 76 at Tarleton State (L-OT) 74 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 60 at Abilene Christian (W) 90 at Angelo State (W) 84 at Midwestern State (W-OT) 86 Eastern New Mexico (W) 72 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 69 Tarleton State (W) 64 Abilene Christian (W) 82 LSC Tournament, Bartlesville, Okla. vs. Texas A&M-Commerce (L) 63 NCAA South Central Regional, Stephenville, Texas vs. Southwestern Baptist (L) 79

78 67 86 55 80 50 65 56 90 53 65 37 75 66 73 68 52 62 76 57 82 78 63 58 51 58 77 69 95

2008-09

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 16 LOST 11 at Adams State (W) 74 at Panhandle State (W) 85 at New Mexico Highlands (L) 70 90 Holiday Inn-WT Thanksgiving Classic, Canyon, Texas CSU-Pueblo (W) 71 South Dakota (W) 77 #3-Central Oklahoma (W) 80 Northeastern State (L) 69 at East Central (W) 92 at Southeastern Okla. (L) 58

66 74

59 76 67 76 67 63

Panhandle State (W) New Mexico Highlands (W) Southwestern Oklahoma (W) Cameron (W) Adams State (L) at Texas A&M-Commerce (L) Abilene Christian (W) Midwestern State (W) at Tarleton State (W) Angelo State (L) at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) Eastern New Mexico (W) at Eastern New Mexico (W) at Midwestern State (L) Tarleton State (L) at Angelo St (L) Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) at Abilene Christian (L)

65 74 79 70 59 72 77 67 69 71 60 69 73 75 58 63 64 61

40 59 68 55 61 78 63 61 59 79 68 47 52 85 64 65 55 62

2009-10

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 16 LOST 13 at N.M. Highlands (W-OT) 89 87 SWOSU Classic, Weatherford, Okla. vs. Arkansas Tech (L) 63 78 vs. Missouri-St. Louis (L) 64 81 at Panhandle State (L-OT) 71 77 Holiday Inn-WT Thanksgiving Classic, Canyon, Texas UT-Permian Basin (W) 74 51 Southwestern Oklahoma (W) 74 55 East Central (W-3OT) 119 111 Southeastern Oklahoma (W) 60 58 at Southwestern Okla. (W) 80 72 at Cameron (L) 47 50 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 92 71 New Mexico Highlands (W) 92 65 Panhandle State (W) 91 62 at Northeastern State (L) 62 69 at Central Oklahoma (L) 64 95 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 65 57 at Abilene Christian (W) 79 68 at #11-Midwestern State (L) 69 90 Tarleton State (L) 56 69 at Angelo State (L) 78 84 at Eastern New Mexico (L-OT) 58 61 Eastern New Mexico (W) 67 49 #6-Midwestern State (W) 68 58 at Tarleton State (L) 52 56 Angelo State (W) 85 84 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (L) 62 64 Abilene Christian (W) 77 63 LSC Tournament, Bartlesville, Okla. vs. #25-Central Oklahoma (W) 80 78 vs. Tarleton State (L) 68 82

2010-11

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 23 LOST 7 South Central Shootout in Bartlesville, Bartlesville, Okla. vs. Emporia State (W) 70 vs. Newman(W-OT) 83 Wayland Baptist (W) 56 at Okla. Panhandle State (W) 86 Cameron (W-OT) 75 Southwestern Okla. St.(W-OT)79 68 Rhema Bible (W) 94 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 76 Texas-Permian Basin (W) 68 #13-Central Oklahoma (W) 67 Northeastern State (W) 65 at Southeastern Okla. St. (W) 72 at East Central (W) 82 at #12-Incarnate Word* (L) 78 Eastern New Mexico* (L) 70 Abilene Christian* (W) 71 at Angelo State* (W) 62 Tarleton State* W 44 at Midwestern State* (L) 54 at Texas A&M-Kingsville* (W) 70 Texas A&M-Kingsville* (L) 73 at Abilene Christian* (W) 77 Angelo State* (W) 81 at #25-Tarleton State* (L) 42 Midwestern State* (W) 68 #21-Incarnate Word* (W) 81 at Eastern New Mexico* (W) 74 LSC Tournament, Bartlesville, Okla. vs. Cameron (W) 75 vs.#7-Central Okla. (L-2OT) 63 NCAA South Central Regionals, Edmond, Okla. vs. #13-Fort Hays State (L) 49

67 68 50 60 67 40 75 56 60 53 66 66 61 73 54 59 36 69 56 77 65 61 47 56 71 54 59 66 75

2010-11

COACH: RICK COOPER WON 23 LOST 7 Newman Classic - Wichita, Kansas vs. Northeastern State (W) 52 47

2 0 1 2 - 1 3 W e s t Te x a s A & M B u f f a l o B a s k e t b a l l R e c o r d B o o k

vs. Missouri S&T (W) 63 59 UTPB Falcon Classic - Odessa, Texas vs. Texas A&M-International (L) 50 53 at UT-Permian Basin (W) 81 75 Rhema Bible (Exh.) (W) 81 44 at Incarnate Word (W) 65 63 at Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 69 61 Oklahoma Panhandle State (W) 68 45 UT-Permian Basin (W) 61 45 at Abilene Christian (W) 61 58 Angelo State (W) 71 44 at Oklahoma Panhandle State (W) 94 52 Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 77 72 at #9 Tarleton State (L) 56 59 at #11 Midwestern State (L-OT) 60 66 Cameron (L) 64 68 Eastern New Mexico (W) 71 68 at Eastern New Mexico (L) 66 68 Incarnate Word (L) 53 63 Texas A&M-Kingsville (W) 69 40 Abilene Christian (W) 57 49 at Angelo State (W) 61 56 at Texas A&M-Commerce (W) 70 60 #5 Tarleton State (W) 62 53 #5 Midwestern State (W) 60 56 at Cameron (L) 61 67 LSC Tournament - Allen, Texas Eastern New Mexico (W) 80 47 #7 Tarleton State (L) 37 59 NCAA SC Regional - Wichita Falls, Texas #15 Arkansas Tech (L) 68 79

All-Time Record Home: 774-246 (.759) Away: 485-596 (.449) Unknown Site: 160-59 (.731) Total: 1,422-904 (.611) Longest Win Streaks 18......................................... 1924-25 18......................................... 1937-38 18......................................... 1940-41 16......................................... 1930-31 14........................ 1926-27 / 1927-28


ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Abilene Christian Adams State Alabama-Birmingham Albuquerque Alumni Amarillo Air Base American Indian Angelo State Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas State Arkansas Tech Baker Baldwin-Wallace Baptist Christian Baylor Beloit Biola Bradley Buffalo State Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo Cal State Cal State-Bakersfield Cal State-Dom Hills Cal State-Fullerton Cal State-Hayward Cal State-Los Angeles Cal State-Northridge Cal State-San Bernardino California-Davis Cameron Canisius Centenary Central Arkansas Central Oklahoma Central Missouri Chicago State Chihuahua Teachers Christian Heritage Cincinnati Citadel Clarendon Clark College Clovis Air Base College of Emporia CO-Colorado Springs Colorado College Colorado Mines Colorado State Colorado State-Pueblo Concordia (Texas) C.W. Post-Long Island Creighton Dakota Wesleyan Dallas Dallas Baptist Daniel Baker Decatur Baptist Delta State Denver DePaul Detroit Dowell’s Saratoga Drake Dubuque East Central Eastern New Mexico Eau Claire Emporia State Evansville Fort Hays State Fort Lewis Furman Geneva

WON LOST

74 22 9 5 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 4 1 0 36 19 15 19 24 12 1 2 1 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 5 3 0 1 0 1 8 20 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 26 9 0 1 4 4 0 3 25 22 1 3 2 0 4 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 8 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 5 1 1 1 7 1 4 9 10 3 1 0 1 0 4 16 1 1 2 0 2 0 12 3 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 13 18 1 0 13 1 62 15 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 7 1 0 1 0 1

TEAM

George Washington Grand Canyon Grand View Gustavus Adolphus Hamlin Hardin Harding Hardin-Simmons Hawaii Henderson State Hereford Guards House of David Houston Houston Baptist Howard Payne Huston-Tillotson Hutchinson (Kan.) Idaho State Illinois Illinois State Incarnate Word Indiana State Jacksonville Jacksonville State Jarvis Christian Kansas City Ath. Club Kansas State Kentucky Kentucky State Kentucky Weseylan Lamar Langston LeTourneau Long Island Los Angeles Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola (Calif.) Lubbock Air Base Lubbock Christian Marshall Mary-Hardin Baylor McMurray McMurry McNeese State McPherson Memphis State Mesa State Middle Tennessee Midwestern State Mississippi Mississippi College Missouri-Rolla Missouri-St. Louis Missouri Southern Missouri S&T Missouri Western Montana Montana State-Billings Morehead State Morningside National Christian Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska State Nevada Nevada-Las Vegas New Haven New Mexico New Mexico Highlands New Mexico Military New Mexico Mines New Mexico State Newman North Alabama North Carolina Central

WON LOST

0 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 4 0 73 32 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 12 4 0 8 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 2 10 3 2 6 17 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 5 1 0 0 1 1 6 3 2 0 2 15 2 1 1 4 0 1 6 25 10 2 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 2 31 24 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 2 0 4 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 21 12 28 2 20 1 1 0 39 44 1 0 0 1 0 1

TEAM

North Texas Northern Arizona Northern Illinois Northern Louisiana Northeastern St. (Okla.) NW Missouri State Northwestern La. NW Oklahoma State Oakland Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma City Oklahoma Panhandle State Oklahoma State Olson’s Swedes Omaha Oral Roberts Ouachita Baptist Ozarks Pasadena Majors Pepperdine Peru State Phillips Phillips 66 Pittsburgh Pittsburg State Portland Prairie View A&M Providence Quincy College Regis Rhema Bible Rice Roanoke Science & Arts of Oklahoma Samford Sam Houston State San Diego State San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Clara Schreiner Seattle Seton Hall Stephen F. Austin Shepard Air Base Simpson South Dakota South Dakota Northern Southeast Missouri Southeastern Oklahoma Southern Southern A&M Southern California Southern Illinois Southern Indiana Southern Kansas State Southern Methodist Southern Mississippi Southern Utah Southern Utah State SW Assembly of God Southwest Baptist Southwest Missouri Southwestern Oklahoma Southwest Texas State Southwestern Louisiana Southwestern Univ. St. Cloud State St. Edward’s St. Joseph’s (Pa.) St. Louis St. Mary’s (Calif.) St. Mary’s (Minn.)

WON LOST

22 24 14 6 0 1 1 0 10 8 3 1 2 1 5 7 1 0 0 2 0 4 4 1 21 17 55 5 3 5 1 0 2 0 1 5 3 1 1 0 1 0 3 6 1 0 4 3 0 4 1 0 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 2 1 7 4 0 1 0 3 1 0 1 1 3 0 2 4 0 1 5 4 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 0 13 5 0 1 1 2 1 0 9 14 1 0 1 3 1 1 1 6 1 1 2 1 4 0 2 1 2 1 26 14 5 0 3 4 3 1 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 3 0 1 1 0

Four LSC-South Division Titles • 13 NCAA Postseason Appearances

TEAM

St. Mary’s (Texas) St. Peter’s (N.J.) SIU-Edwardsville Sul Ross State Talladega College Tarleton State Taylor Tarkio Tennessee Tech Texas Texas A&M Texas A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-International Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas-Arlington Texas Christian Texas-El Paso Texas-Pan American Texas-Permian Basin Texas-San Antonio Texas Tech Texas Wesleyan Trinity Tulane Tulsa UCLA U.S. International Utah Utah State Valparaiso Virginia Warrensburg Washburn Wayland Baptist Wayne State (Mich.) Weber State West Liberty State Western Kentucky Western New Mexico Western State (Colo.) Western Washington Westminster (Mo.) Westmont Wheaton Wichita Wichita Henry’s Wichita State Wiley Wisconsin-Milwaukee

WON LOST

14 0 1 0 0 1 22 3 1 0 22 17 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 4 2 2 45 25 1 0 39 22 7 5 1 2 26 27 9 5 5 0 2 3 56 26 9 4 4 2 0 1 12 22 0 2 1 0 0 3 4 5 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 20 1 3 0 3 5 1 0 1 1 4 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 7 22 1 0 1 1

Buffalo Basketball

TEAM

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POSTSEASON HISTORY 1941-42

28-3 • NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT L Creighton 58-59

New York City, N.Y. (NIT)

1968-69

18-12 • NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT W New Mexico State 98-87 W Creighton 83-67 L Bradley 59-62 L Illinois State 63-80

22-7 • NCAA-II REGIONAL QUARTERFINALIST W Central Oklahoma 92-91 W Tarlerton State 60-62 L Abilene Christian 96-102(3OT)

Canyon, Texas (MVC) Omaha, Neb. (MVC) Peoria, Ill. (MVC) Normal, Ill. (NIT)

1999-00

1984-85

11-17 • MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT L Tulsa 69-74

90-54 69-78 67-63 71-72

2002-03

LSC Tournament, Abilene, Texas LSC Tournament, Abilene, Texas NCAA Regional, Amarillo, Texas NCAA Regional, Amarillo, Texas

2003-04

1987-88

20-9 • LONE STAR CONFERENCE SEMIFINALIST W Texas A&M-Commerce 89-74 L Angelo State 73-94

San Angelo, Texas San Angelo, Texas

1989-90

94-86 91-70 98-93(OT)

LSC Tournament, Commerce, Texas LSC Tournament, Commerce, Texas NCAA Regional, Cape Girardeau,

71-73

NCAA Regional, Cape Girardeau,

127-76 78-70 83-70 69-72 78-91

LSC Tournament, Amarillo, Texas LSC Tournament, Amarillo, Texas LSC Tournament, Amarillo, Texas NCAA Regional, Warrensburg, Mo. NCAA Regional, Warrensburg, Mo.

1990-91

1993-94

20-10 • NCAA DIVISION II REGIONAL SEMIFINALIST W Texas A&M-Commerce 80-69 W Abilene Christian 85-79 L North Alabama 67-74 L Central Missouri State 74-79

21-7 • LONE STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT FINALIST W Harding University 92-67 W Northeastern State 60-49 L Midwestern State 83-93

Tulsa, Okla. (MVC)

1986-87

25-7 • NCAA DIVISION II TOURNAMENT W Abilene Christian W Cameron W Central Oklahoma L Central Missouri L Kentucky Wesleyan

101-123 90-79 105-101 55-63

New York City, N.Y. (NIT)

1979-80

25-7 • NCAA DIVISION II TOURNAMENT W Central Oklahoma W Texas A&M-Commerce W Missouri Western Mo. L Southern Indiana Mo.

Central Oklahoma Pittsburgh State Central Oklahoma California-Davis

Canyon, Texas (LSC) NCAA Regional, Canyon, Texas NCAA Regional, Canyon, Texas Louisville, Ky.

1998-99

18-8 • NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT L Ohio University 80-82

24-7 • NCAA-II TOURNAMENT W Texas A&M-Kingsville L Abilene Christian W Abilene Christian L Southeast Missouri State

L W W L

Canyon, Texas (LSC) Canyon, Texas (LSC) NCAA Regional, Topeka, Kan. NCAA Regional, Topeka, Kan.

1994-95

17-10 • LONE STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALIST L Texas A&M-Commerce 60-71 Commerce, Texas

1995-96

18-10 • LONE STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALIST W Abilene Christian 69-74 Canyon, Texas L Texas A&M-Kingsville 84-94 Commerce, Texas

1996-97

15-13 • LONE STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALIST W Abilene Christian 86-82 Abilene, Texas L Texas A&M-Commerce 67-87 Commerce, Texas

Canyon, Texas (LSC) Canyon, Texas (LSC) NCAA Regional, Wichita Falls, Texas

Canyon, Texas Tahlequah, Okla. Tahlequah, Okla.

21-10 • NCAA DIVISION II SOUTH CENTRAL REGION QUARTERFINALIST W Central Oklahoma 88-84 Canyon, Texas (LSC) W Northeastern State 78-56 Portales, N.M. (LSC) W Tarleton State 69-61 Portales, N.M. (LSC) L Washburn 73-75 NCAA Regional, Stephenville, Texas 18-10 • LONE STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALIST L Northeastern State 52-65 Tahlequah, Okla. (LSC)

2004-05

16-14 • LONE STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT FINALIST W Central Oklahoma 79-67 W Midwestern State 80-75 L Texas A&M-Commerce 62-77

Edmond, Okla. (LSC) Commerce, Texas (LSC) Commerce, Texas (LSC)

2005-06

23-8 • NCAA DIVISION II SOUTH CENTRAL REGION QUARTERFINALIST W Southwestern Oklahoma 84-70 Canyon, Texas (LSC) W Southeastern Oklahoma 64-62 Durant, Okla. (LSC) W Tarleton State 92-85 Durant, Okla. (LSC) L Northwest Missouri State 51-66 NCAA Regional, Bolivar, Mo.

2006-07

18-11 • NCAA DIVISION II SOUTH CENTRAL REGION QUARTERFINALIST W Texas A&M-Commerce 82-80 Canyon, Texas (LSC) L Southeastern Oklahoma 76-83 Wichita Falls, Texas (LSC) L Midwestern State 81-86 NCAA Regional, Warrensburg, Mo.

2007-08

21-8 • NCAA DIVISION II SOUTH CENTRAL REGION QUARTERFINALIST L Texas A&M-Commerce 63-69 Bartlesville, OK (LSC) L Southwest Baptist 79-95 NCAA Regional, Stephenville, Texas

2009-10

16-13 • LONE STAR CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALIST W Central Oklahoma 80-78 Bartlesville, Okla. (LSC) L Tarleton State 68-82 Bartlesville, Okla. (LSC)

2010-11

23-7 • NCAA DIVISION II SOUTH CENTRAL REGION QUARTERFINALIST W Cameron 75-59 Bartlesville, Okla. (LSC) L Central Oklahoma 63-66 (2OT) Bartlesville, Okla. (LSC) L Fort Hays State 49-75 NCAA Regional, Edmond, Okla.

2011-12

19-9 • NCAA DIVISION II SOUTH CENTRAL REGION QUARTERFINALIST W Eastern New Mexico 80-47 Allen, Texas (LSC) L Tarleton State 37-59 Allen, Texas (LSC) L Arkansas Tech 68-79 NCAA Regional, Wichita Falls, Texas

1997-98

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26-5 • NCAA-II ELITE EIGHT QUARTERFINALIST W Texas A&M-Commerce 89-78

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Canyon, Texas (LSC)

WT CONFERENCE TITLES AND POSTSEASON TOURNAMENT TEAMS Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association Champions 1923-24 Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association Champions 1926-27 Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association Champions 1927-28 Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association Champions 1929-30 Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association Champions 1930-31 Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association Champions 1931-32 National Tournament Participant 1932-33 National Tournament Semifinalist 1933-34 National Tournament Participant 1935-36 National Tournament Participant 1936-37 National Tournament Participant 1937-38 National Tournament Participant 1938-39 Alamo Conference Champions 1939-40 Alamo Conference Champions 1940-41 Border Conference Champions/ Nat’l Invitational Tourn. 1941-42 Border Conference Champions 1942-43

Co-Border Conference Champions Co-Border Conference Champions National Invitational Tournament National Invitational Tournament Co-Lone Star Conference Champions National Tournament Participant Lone Star Conference Tournament National Tournament Participant Co-Lone Star Conference Champions Lone Star Conference Tournament National Regional Qualifier Lone Star Conference Champions Lone Star Conference Tournament NCAA Regional Semifinalist Lone Star Conference South Division Champions NCAA South Central Regional

1951-52 1954-55 1968-69 1979-80 1986-87 1986-87 1989-90 1989-90 1990-91 1990-91 1990-91 1993-94 1993-94 1993-94 1997-98 1997-98

NCAA Elite Eight Quarterfinalist Lone Star Conference South Division Champions NCAA Regional Quarterfinalist LSC Tournament; Regional Semifinalist LSC Tournament Champions NCAA Regional Quarterfinalist LSC Tournament Champions NCAA Regional Quarterfinalist Co-Lone Star Conference South Division Champions NCAA Regional Quarterfinalist NCAA Regional Quarterfinalist NCAA Regional Quarterfinalist NCAA Regional Quarterfinalist

2 0 1 2 - 1 3 W e s t Te x a s A & M B u f f a l o B a s k e t b a l l R e c o r d B o o k

1997-98 1998-99 1998-99 2000-01 2002-03 2002-03 2005-06 2005-06 2006-07 2006-07 2007-08 2010-11 2011-12


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Bill Abbott ’50 Miles Ackerman ’13 Russell Adams ’92, ‘93 Reed Addison ’77, ’78 Terry Adolph ’80, ’81 Tom Airhart ’50, ’51 Glyn Akers ’19 Dana Albright ’74, ’75 Bill Allen ’45, ’46, ’47, ’48 Buck Amburn ’37, ’38 Bobby Anderson ’75, ’76 Moses Anderson ’26 Rodney Anderson ’89, ’90 Bill Arthur ’45, ’46, ’47, ’48 Jordan Ashmore 2010, ‘11

Price Brookfield ’40, ’41, ’42 Glen Brotherton ’46 Adrian Brown ’96 Andre Brown ’92, ‘93 Buster Brown ’27, ’29 Hatcher Brown ’28, ’29, ’30 Jarvis Brown 2005 LeBaron Brown ’96 John Budenholzer ’46 Howard Burd ’82 Otis Burke ’29, ’30, ’31, ’32 Nick Burns 2009, ‘10 Dale Burrow ’63, ’64 Austell Burrus ’50, ’51, ’52 Ray Burrus ’53, ’54, ’55 Troy Burrus ’52, ’53, ’54 Conway Butler ’36, ’37, ’38 Tyrone Byers 2000, ‘01 Charles Byrd ’87, ’88

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PRICE BROOKFIELD

B Mike Bables 2012 Rick Bacon ’68, ’69, ’70 Brian Bailey ’95 Jim Baker ’18 Ballard ’16 Boyce Bandy ’28, ’29 Huey Barlett ’59 Pierre Barlow 2007, ‘08 Mike Baskerville 2007 Keith Batiste ’71 John Battenfield ’19 Charlie Beason ’57, ’58 Charles Bell ’81, ’82 Jay Benn ’73, ’74 Mark Benoit ’87, ’88 Charlie Bernard ’48, ’50 Chad Bertrand ’97, ’98, ’99, ’00 Bill Birdwell ’48, ’49, ’50 Ray Bivens ’23, ’24, ’25 Bill Black ’12, ’13 Keith Blair ’59, ’60, ’61 Sonny Blankenship ’61, ’62, ’63 Dale Blaut ’69, ’70 Bobbitt ’16 Willie Boedecker ’33 Bill Bolk ’63 Bill Bolton ’63 Darwin Boyd ’97 Boyce Box ’43, ’47, ’48 Cloyce Box ’43, ’47, ’48 Chris Bracey 2003 Glynn Braden ’43, ’47, ’48, ’49 Bradon ’42 Carlos Brazolin ’90, ’91 Leonard Britt ’33 Dale Brookfield ’69

Bart Cadenhead ’78 Kyle Caldwell 2003 Scott Caldwell ’92, ‘93 Wade Callaway ’91, ’92, ’93, ’94 George Calvin ’31, ’32, ’33 Jason Campbell ’04, ’05 Fred Carey ’15 R.E. Carey ’16 Eric Carmon ’85 Courtney Carr 2011, ‘12 Frank Castleberry ’60, ’61 Eduardo Caviglia 2003, ’04 Elmer Chambers ’15 Maurice Cheeks ’75, ’76, ’77, ’78 William Childs ’85, ’86 Jerry Christian ’71, ’72, ’73 Charles Claggett ’89 Lawrence Clark ’35, ’36, ’37 Robert Clark ’29, ’30, ’31 Kevin Clayton 2000 Curtis Clements 2003 M.E. Clevenger ’34, ’35 Norman Clevenger ’14 Bill Clifton ’53, ’54, ’55 James Clice ’28, ’29 George Ray Clovin ’31, ’32 Kendall Cogburn 2010, ‘11 Davie Cole ’68, ’69, ’70 Collins ’91 Edwin Comer ’29, ’30, ’31, ’32 Guy Comer ’11 Jim Conner ’60, ’61, ’62 Jim Conner ’74 Leo Cooper ’30, ’31 Tyler Cooper 2005, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08 Larry Corbin ’58 Joe Cosey ’74, ’75 L. Cowlin ’11 Bill Cox ’49 Ross Craig ’17, ’18 James Crews ’43 Michael Crowe ’93, ’94 John Crudgination ’15 Cleatice Crump ’24, ’25, ’26, ’27 Cullender ’37, ’38, ’39 Patrick Culver, 2006 Claude Cummings ’95, ’96 Frank Cunningham ’43 Larry Cunningham ’76, ’77, ’78 Jim Curtsinger ’60, ’61, ’62

D Steve Davidson ’71,’72 Alex Davis 2010 Earl Davis ’85, ’86 Jack Davis ’36, ’37 Jeff Davis 2008 Lee Davis ’77, ’78 M. Davis ’12 Ralph Davis ’40 Ronald Davis ’36 Willie Davis ’82 A. Day ’12 Ray DeBord ’63 Hank Decker ’46, ’47

William Dise ’75 Ben Doherty 2007, ‘08, 09 Scott Doores ’71, ’72, ’73 Bijan Dotson 2009, ‘10 Rosavelt Duffie ‘93 Tez Dumars 2012

E Tyshawn Edwards 2012 Ray Ellefson ’43 Mark Ellerman ’82, ’83 Tony Ellis ’78 Dan Elmer ’77, ’78, ’79, ’80

F Famer ’19 Max Fern ’18 Jim Farren ’56, ’57, ’58, ’59 Fats ’16 Melvin Faust ’87 Tory Fernandez 2009, ‘10 Ben Finely ’53, ’54 Diangelo Fisher ’95 Mickey Fitts ’65, ’66, ’67 Milt Fitts ’58, ’59, ’60 Ed Fitzgerald ’70, ’71 G.C. Fitzgerald ’30, ’31, ’32 Glen Fletcher ’71, ’72 Foots ’17 Dawon Foreman ’88, ’89, ’90, ’91 Rich Forrest 2000, ‘01 Joe Fortenberry ’30, ’31, ’32 Lionel Foster 2011, ‘12 Garry Francis ’73 Valton Franklin ’67, ’68 Troy Fry ’90, ’91 Demetrice Fuller 2008, ‘09 Guy Fuller ’24, ’25, ’26

G F. Gaber ’11 Oscar Gamer ’24, ’26 Ron Gardner ’66 Pat Gerald ’27, ’28, ’29 Johnny George ’54, ’56, ’57 Keith Gladney ’79, ’80 Ray Golson ’71, ’72 Bob Grace ’60 Orlando Graham ’85, ’86 Rufus Graves ’45 Fred Green ’53, ’54 Kevin “Chip” Green 2007 Ralph Griffith ’33 Douglas Groom ’41, ’42, ’43 F. Goeber ’12 Floyd Golden ’17, ’18, ’19, ’20 Roy Golden ’18 Clyde Gordon ’22 Floyd Gordon ’19 Robby Graham ’73 Keon Grant 2008 Steve Grimes ‘ 93 Phil Guinn ’62 Robert Gustavis ’82

DaShawn Harris ’96, ’97 Eddie Harris ’79, ’80, ’81, ’82 Reggie Harris 2003 Donnell Harrison ’97, ’98 Sean Harrison ’98, ‘99 Matt Hart ’95 David Hatcher ’56, ’57, ’58 J.D. Hazlewood ’28 Earl Hector ’94 Clifford Henry ’21, ’22 Heizer ’16 David Henderson 2011, ‘12 Milt Henderson ’76 O. Hensley ’12 Richard Higginbotham 2004, ’05 Andre Hill 2007, ‘08 Terrell Hill ’94 Simmie Hill ‘68, ‘69 Chris Hinz 2007, ‘08 Barrick Hodge 2012 Demetrius Hodge ’98, ’99 Jacquiese Holcombe 2010, ‘11 Ronnie Holmes 2005, ‘06 Keenan Hooker 2004 Carlos Hopper ’92, ’93, ’94 Leroy Horton ’97 Greg Houston ’92 Snapper Hunnicutt ’96, ’99 Jamie Hurnes 2001

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J Derrick Jackson 2000, 01 James Jackson ’82, ’83 J.J. Jackson ’97, ’98 Joaquin Jackson ’56 Neil Jackson ’46,’47, ’48 Steven Jackson ‘03, ’04, ’05, ‘06 Ledru Jacobs ’42, ’46, ’47 Glen Jamison ’85 James Jappa ’81, ’82 Jay Jefferson ’89 Carl Johnson ’78, ’79, ’80, ’81 Charles Johnson ’41, ’42, ’47, ’48 Clark Johnson ’42, ’43, ’45, ’47 Dewey Johnson ’39, ’40, ’41 Fred Johnson ’85, ’86 Jack Johnson ’66, ’67 John Johnson ’45, ’47 Johnny Johnson 2009 Justin Johnson 2009 Lloyd Johnson ’37 Nick Johnson ’95, ’96 Tommy Johnson ’85 Vernon Johnson ’35 Terrance Jolley ’98, ‘99 Antoine Jones ’96 Bobby Jones ’77 Cleveland Jones ’30 Darian Jones 2001

H Ray Haddock ’56 Charles Halbert ’40, ’41, ’42 C. Halden ’12 Alex Hale ’24, ’25, ’26 Nay Hale ’20, ’21, ’22, ’23 Ted Hale ’53 Bill Hales ’14, ’15 Harvey Hales ’81, ’82 Mose Hales ’50, ’51, ’52 LaDarius Hall 2010, ‘11 Michael Hamelin ’98, ‘99 Mike Hamilton ’92 J.D. Hanna ’18 Henry Hardaway ’60, ’61 W. Harde ’12 Darnell Hardeman ’88, ’89, ’90 Newt Harrell ’18

Four LSC-South Division Titles • 13 NCAA Postseason Appearances

JOE FORTENBERRY Melvin Jones ’76, ’77 Ray Jones ’39, ’40 Tommy Jordan ’73

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS K Mohammad Kamara ’ 98 Eugene Keating ’43 Clifford Keith ’26, ’27, ’28, ’29 Keffer ’16 Dave Keller ’78 Virgil Kelley ’47 Don Kendrick ’38, ’39, ’40 Jerry Kersey ’81 A.E. Key ’12, ’13 Everett Key ’16, ’17, ’18, ’19 Donnie Kidd 2010, ‘11 Audell Kimmins ’35 Mike Kimmis ’67 Gene King ’58, ’59, ’60 Ron King ’96, ’97 Bryan Kirkland ’84, ’85 Hubert Kitchens ’48, ’49, ’50 Jake Knight ’62 Lee Roy Knott ’56, ’57 Lou Koning ’69, ’70

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J. Naiker ’33 Elvis Nard ’27, ’28, ’29, ’30 Wyatt Nations ’22 Milton Neilson ’37, ’38 P.F. Newman ’26, ’27, ’28 Winston Nicholas ’79 Phillip Nichols ’56, ’57 Ed Neills ’21 Jim Nielson ’67, ’68, ’69 Bob Nipper ’39, ’40, ’41 H. Norditt ’12 David Nowlin ’67, ’68

T Fabrice Tafo 2009 B.F. Taylor ’36 Bruce Taylor 74, ’75, ’76, ’77 Calvin Taylor ’65, ’66 Charles Taylor ’46 Howard Taylor ’74, ’75 Don Teague ’61 Rodney Teague ’66, ’67 Gerald Temple ’87, ’88 Jamil Terrell 2005 Foy Terry ’21 Kelly Thomas ’81 Govinda Thomas-Carter 2005, ‘06 Joe Thompson ’94, ’95, ’96, ’97 Joe Thompson ’17 Chase Thornberry 2008 Hugh Tilson ’56, ’57, ’58 Rod Toliver ’89, ’90 Tomberlin ’46 Norman Trimble ’41,’42, ’43 Dick Trolinger ’59 Justin Tubb 2010, ‘11, ‘12 Chris Tucker 2010

O Roy O’Neale ’93, ’94

Metz LaFollette ’43, ’45, ’47 Tom Lair ’11, ’12 Brent Lake ’71, ’72, ’73 Carl Lamb 2004, ’05, ‘06 Augie Larson 2000, ‘01 Arthur Latus ’86, ’87 Joe Lancaster ’20, ’21, ’22, ’23 Bert Lane ’47 Cyril Layne ’30 Martin Lattibeaudiere ’94, ’95, ’96, ’97 Coy Laury ’98 Don Lech ’45, ’46 Robert Lee 2008 Leon ’16, ’17 Elgin Leslie ’91 Rod Little 2011 C. Liverly ’16 Damien Lolar 2006, ‘07 Mike Lorene ’77, ’78, ’79, ’80 Keith Lowe ’63 Delbert Lowes ’26, ’27, ’28, ’29 Earl Lust ’13 Pratt Lyons ’69 Mike Lyerla ’92, ‘93

P

Jack Maddox ’41, ’42, ’43 Matt Madison 2000, ’01, ‘03 J.W. Malone ’45, ’46, ’47, ’48 Sammy Malone ’48, ’49, ’50 John Matthews ’14 Mark Mayberry ’74 Mike McBride ’76 James McCloud ’69, ’70 Jon McCoy ’72 John McClure ’53, ’54, ’55 Clint McFall 2008, ‘09 Mike McGhee ’97 Jerry McGuire ’63 Earl McKinney ’90, ’91, ’92 Ed McMinn ’33 Doc McVickers ’24 Joe McWilliams ’64, ’65, ’66 Fremont Mead ’13 Arendijus Mejeras 2002, ‘03 Jordanas Mejeras 2005, ‘06, ‘07 Rodrigo Mello ’88, ’89, ’90, ’91 Bill Miller ’46, ’47, ’48, ’49 Max Miller ’58, ’59 Nat Miller ’69 Fabian Mina ’93 Joe Mincey 2010, ‘11 Marvin Mitchell ’64, ’65 Mike Mitchell ’67, ’68, ’69 Odus Mitchell ’20, ’21, ’22, ’23 Will Mitchell, 2006 Frank Monroe ’30, ’31, ’32 Dudley Moore ’66 James Morgan ’54 Jeff Morgan ’87, ’88 Dale Morris ’67 Milton Morris ’20, ’30, ’31, ’32

Stone ’16 James Straham ’64, ’65 Joe Streun ’56, ’57 Jim Stringer ’26, ’27 Russell Stroud ’31,’32, ‘3 Niko Stylianou 2009 Bob Summerwell ’53 Kyle Sunderman ’72, ’73 Jon Sykes 2008

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Gene Muirdock ’69, ’70 Estrada Murray 2000, ‘01 Marvin Myers ’35, ’36 Albert Myles ‘99, 2001

Parry ’19 Wilburn Patton ’41 Ben Pearson ’25, ’26 Paul Perkins ’82 Judge Perry ’58, ’59 D.J. Phillips ’31 Ted Phillips ’33 Matt Pierce 2003, ‘04 Scottie Pierce ’62, ’63, ’64 Roger Pierson ’23 J.E. Pietzsch ’38 Jason Pillion ’98, ‘99 J. Pipkin ’12 Roy Pinson ’17 Nolan Peteet ’50, ’51, ’52 Rod Prater 2003, ‘04 Bill Price ’50, ’51, ’52 Borden Price ’39, ’40, ’41, ’46 Kirby Pugh ’64, ’65

R Reggie Ramey ’73, ’74, ’75, ’76 Tommy Rasberry ’41 Ed Redd ’94 Cleotis Reece ’71, ’72 Olin Reed ’42 Shane Reese ’96, ’97 Bill Reeves ’25, ’26 Jim Reid ’58, ’59, ’60 Sid Reid ’12 Charlie Relph 2001 Gale Rhin ’68, ’69 David Rhone 2003 Lonnie Rice ’51 Guy Richards ’30, ’31, ’32, ’33 Charles Richardson ’49 Jody Richardson ’66 Fred Rike ’90 Eurskine Robinson ’79, ’80, ’81, ’82 Harold Robinson ’51, ’52, ’53 James Robinson ’56 Hector Rodriguez ’72, ’73 Mike Rodriguez ’71, ’72, ’73 Walter Roese ’91, ’92 Don Rogers ’56, ’57, ’58 Rookie Rogers ’54, ’55, ’56, ’57 Bobby Roland ’63 Geoffrey Rowles ’68 Kevin Rutherford ’95

S Moshn Said 2007 Rene Salomao ’98, 2000 Marvin Satterfield ’84, ’85 Maurice Savage ’68 Frank Schaffer ’62, ’63, ’64 Brad Schreck ’76, ’77 O.T. Schupback ’42

V SIMMIE HILL Ernest Schur ’38, ’39, ’40 Earl Scott ’13 George Scott ’64, ’65 James Scott ’53, ’54, ’55 Esaw Scruggs 2000, ‘01 David Seal ’60, ’61, ’62 Gordon Sewell ’12 Ray Schackleford ’37, ’38, ’39 David Shearod ’64 Kyle Shields 2005, ‘06, ‘08, ‘09 Elmer Shotwell ’13 Carlos Silva 2003, ’04, ’05 Gary Simms ’17, ’20 Danny Simmons ’82 Allen Simpson ’56, ’57, ’58 Gail Simpson ’64, ’65, ’66 Kenneth Simpson ?? Sammy Simpson ’90, ’91 Donald Sims 2012 George Sims ’79, ’80 Tom Sims ’56, ’59 Troy Sims ’89, ’90, ’93 Jerry Singletary ’86, ’87 Gordon Siwell ’13 Steve Slagle ’61, ’62, ’63 Dallas Smith ’74, ’75, ’76 Eugene Smith ’75, ’76, ’77 O. Smith ’12 Ralph Smith ’15 Shawn Smith ’82 Alburt Sone ’23 Henry Sone ’24 Law Sone ’26 Lem Sone ’19, ’21, ’23 Velton Sorgee ’43 Lonnie Speck ’68 L.O. Speer ’37 Goran Stanic 2006, ‘07 Earl Stagner ’38, ’39, ’40, ’41 Henry Stair ’13 J. Stean ’28 Lother Stephenson ’37, ’38, ’39, ’40 Bob Steppes ’81, ’82 Dwaine Stewart ’50, ’51, ’52 Frank Stingo ’76, ’77 Bill Stockman ’41, ’42, ’43, ’46 Frank Stockman ’40, ’41, ’42

2 0 1 2 - 1 3 W e s t Te x a s A & M B u f f a l o B a s k e t b a l l R e c o r d B o o k

Robert Van Amelunxen ’83 Fina Vaughn ’24 Ray Vineyard ’35

W John Walker ’32, ’33 Sean Walker ’87 Jeff Wallace ’12 Seivern Wallace ’95 T. Wallace ’11, ’12 Kevin Waller 2012 Craig Walling ’36, ’37, ’38 Dennis Walling ’51,’52, ’53 Kendall Walling ’82, ’83 Elvis Ward ’26, ’27, ’28 Kennon Washington 2012 Phil Washington ’92 Foster Watkins ’37 Derrith Welch ’67 Vernon Welch ’63 Ed Wells ’21 Todd Welty ’88 Spencer Whippo ’19 Kenny White 2003 Kevin White ’91, ’92 Mason White 2010, ‘11, ‘12 Mark Wible ’75 Dick Wiggens ’45 Cederick Wilbon ’95, ’96 Dave Wilburn ’79 Bernard Williams ’91 Russ Winters ’90, ’91 Tomas Wrotten ’98, ‘99

Y Goliath Yeggins ’80, ’81, ’82, ’83 J. Younger ’12

Z U. Zumer ‘12


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Points Scored NAME

YEAR

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

11-25-06 2-25-42 1-24-68 2-14-70 12-7-68 2-7-63 11-22-03 2-1-69 3-1-71 1-8-96 1968 1969

47 44 42 40 39 38 38 37 37 36 36 36

Damien Lolar Price Brookfield Simmie Hill Dale Blaut Simmie Hill Scott Pierce Rod Prater Simmie Hill Ray Golson Cederick Wilbon Simmie Hill Simmie Hill

Field Goals Made NAME

YEAR

1. 2. 5. 7.

2-25-42 11-25-06 1-24-68 1968 12-7-68 2-12-81 12-6-79 1-18-73 2-14-70 2-2-70 1-4-68

21 17 17 17 16 16 15 15 15 15 15

Price Brookfield Damien Lolar Simmie Hill Simmie Hill Simmie Hill Terry Adolph Terry Adolph Tommy Jordan Dale Blaut Dale Blaut Simmie Hill

Field Goals Attempted NAME

YEAR

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

2-25-42 2-2-70 12-7-68 2-13-82 1-24-68 2-12-81 02-05-07 1-17-07 2-14-70 12-29-81

41 33 31 30 29 28 23 23 23 22

Price Brookfield Dale Blaut Simmie Hill Kendall Walling Simmie Hill Terry Adolph Damien Lolar Damien Lolar Dale Blaut Bob Steppes

Three-Point Field Goals Made NAME

YEAR

1. 2. 5. 10.

11-24-95 12-5-86 1987 11-25-89 12-28-90 12-29-03 11-15-03 2-25-06 11-21-03 1-7-12 1-6-11 11-17-09 1-3-09 12-18-08 3-10-07 2-14-07 1-1-01 3-18-98

10 9 9 9 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Martin Lattibeaudiere Charles Byrd Charles Byrd Fred Rike Sammy Simpson Eduardo Caviglia Eduardo Caviglia Ronnie Holmes Rod Prater Tez Dumars LaDarius Hall Nick Burns Nick Burns Niko Stylianou Kevin Green Kevin Green Matt Madison Sean Harrison

11 Kevin Green 2-14-07 11 Govinda Carter 1-12-06 11 Eduardo Gaviglia 11-15-03 11 Rod Prater 11-15-03 11 Rod Prater 12-6-03 *Records for 3-pt attempts not available prior to 2003

Free Throws Made NAME

YEAR

1. 2. 6. 9.

1956 12-3-09 1954 1955 1956 1954 1-8-83 2-14-04 2-13-08 12-4-92 11-26-05

19 17 17 17 17 15 15 15 14 14 14

Troy Burrus Joe Mincey Troy Burrus James Scott Ray Burrus Troy Burrus James Jackson Rod Prater Robert Lee Rosavelt Duffie Damien Lolar

Free Throws Attempted NAME

YEAR

1. 2. 4. 7.

1956 1954 12-3-09 1956 2-1-03 1954 1955 1-8-83 1-6-00 1-18-01

23 21 20 19 19 19 18 18 18 18

Troy Burrus Troy Burrus Joe Mincey Ray Burrus Rod Prater Troy Burrus James Scott James Jackson Albert Myles Albert Myles

Rebounds NAME

YEAR

1. 2. 4. 6.

12-1-71 2-26-72 2-27-60 12-17-64 1-13-56 1-29-72 2-8-72 2-24-72 1-23-71 2-21-70 1969

32 25 25 23 23 22 22 22 22 22 22

Steve Davidson Steve Davidson Milt Fitts Scottie Pierce Ray Burrus Steve Davidson Steve Davidson Steve Davidson Steve Davidson Ed Fitzgerald Simmie Hill

INDIVIDUAL RECORD — SINGLE SEASON Points Scored NAME

YEAR GMS PTS.

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

2006-07 1968‑69 1995-96 1982‑83 1986‑87 1979‑80 1967‑68 2000-01 1969‑70 1993-94

Damien Lolar Simmie Hill Cederick Wilbon James Jackson Charles Byrd Terry Adolph Simmie Hill Albert Myles Dale Blaut Michael Crowe

28 26 28 27 29 30 21 31 25 30

650 616 612 591 585 585 573 569 556 543

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INDIVIDUAL RECORD — SINGLE GAME

Scoring Average NAME

YEAR GMS AVG.

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

1967‑68 1968‑69 2006-07 1969‑70 1982‑83 1994-96 1971‑72 1952‑53 1953‑54 1970‑71

Simmie Hill Simmie Hill Damien Lolar Dale Blaut James Jackson Cederick Wilbon Steve Davidson Troy Burrus Troy Burrus Ray Golson

21 26 28 25 27 28 24 21 20 25

27.3 23.7 23.2 22.2 21.8 21.8 21.8 21.3 20.9 20.8

Field Goals Made NAME

YEAR GMS FG

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

1968‑69 1967‑68 1979‑80 2006-07 1982‑83 1941‑42 1970‑71 1969‑70 1973‑74 1972‑73

Simmie Hill Simmie Hill Terry Adolph Damien Lolar James Jackson Price Brookfield Ray Golson Dale Blaut Reggie Ramey Tommy Jordan

26 21 30 28 27 31 25 25 26 26

240 237 234 231 226 221 219 217 217 217

DAMIEN LOLAR

Assists NAME

YEAR

1. 3. 4. 5. 8.

12-3-81 1-17-80 1-6-79 11-21-98 2-13-82 12-17-81 12-4-82 1-19-81 1-24-81 12-2-79

22 22 17 16 15 15 15 14 14 14

Terry Adolph Terry Adolph Dan Elmer Michael Hamelin James Jackson James Jackson James Jackson Terry Adolph Terry Adolph Dan Elmer

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted NAME

YEAR

1. 2. 4. 6.

11-21-03 12-3-09 12-29-03 11-20-09 2-25-06 1-6-11 12-18-08

14 13 13 12 12 11 11

Rod Prater Nick Burns Eduardo Gaviglia LaDarius Hall Ronnie Holmes LaDarius Hall Niko Stylianou

Four LSC-South Division Titles • 13 NCAA Postseason Appearances

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Field Goals Attempted NAME

YEAR GMS FGA

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

1939‑40 1969‑70 1982‑83 1979‑80 1971‑72 1971‑72 1968‑69 1980‑81 1967‑68 2006-07

Price Brookfield Dale Blaut James Jackson Terry Adolph Ray Golson Steve Davidson Simmie Hill Terry Adolph Simmie Hill Damien Lolar

34 25 27 30 26 24 26 27 21 28

592 509 508 502 499 481 480 476 470 448

Field Goal Percentage

NAME

YEAR

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

Chris Hinz Joe Thompson Rene Salomao Roy O’Neale Joe Thompson Joe Thompson Donald Sims Fabrice Tafo Melvin Faust Carlos Silva

2006-07 129 184 .701 1993-94 77 116 .664 1997-98 143 216 .662 1993-94 221 334 .662 1994-95 143 217 .659 1996-97 96 149 .644 2011-12 164 255 .643 2008-09 73 114 .640 1986‑87 172 276 .628 2004-05 68 109 .624

FG FGA FG%

7. 8. 9. 10.

James Jackson Simmie Hill Mike Mitchell Ronnie Holmes

1982‑83 1968‑69 1968‑69 2005-06

27 26 26 30

139 136 131 130

Free Throws Attempted NAME

YEAR GMS FTA

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

2000-01 2006-07 1952‑53 1954‑55 1968‑69 2004-05 2005-06 2002-03

Albert Myles Damien Lolar Troy Burrus Bill Clifton Simmie Hill Jamil Terrell Damien Lolar Kyle Caldwell

31 28 21 23 26 30 31 31

246 228 227 219 200 200 192 183

YEARS 3PT

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

1989-90 1987-88 1986-87 1995-96 1995-96 1996-97 1988-89 1998-99 1999-00 1993-94

Fred Rike Charles Byrd Charles Byrd Cedrick Wilbon Martin Lattibeaudiere Matrin Lattibeaudiere Charles Classett Sean Harrison Derrick Jackson Michael Crowe

100 99 95 79 72 71 69 69 67 65

Three-Point Field Goals Attempts NAME YEARS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Fred Rike Charles Byrd Cedrich Wilbon Charles Classett Sean Harrison Nick Burns Martin Lattibeaudiere Cedrich Wilbon Michael Crowe Darian Jones

1989-90 1987-88 1995-96 1988-89 1999-00 2009-10 1996-97 1994-95 1993-94 2000-01

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

Charles Byrd Clint McFall Matt Madison Kevin Green Charles Byrd Derrick Jackson Martin Lattbeaudiere Martin Lattbeaudiere Ronnie Holmes Derrick Jackson

Free Throws Made NAME

YEAR GMS FT

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

2000-01 1952‑53 1953‑54 1954‑55 2006-07 2009-10

Albert Myles Troy Burrus Troy Burrus James Scott Damien Lolar Joe Mincey

31 21 20 23 28 27

201 178 175 153 150 140

26 30 25 20 28 22

295 288 273 270 269 263

Rebounding Average NAME

YEAR GMS AVG.

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

1971‑72 1954‑55 1955‑56 1959‑60 1970‑71 1958‑59 1968-69 1972-72 1969-70 1971-72

Steve Davidson Bill Clifton Ray Burrus Milt Fitts Steve Davidson Milt Fitts Simmie Hill Jerry Christian James McClous Reggie Ramey

24 23 22 20 25 22 20 22 25 25

17.5 14.0 13.8 13.5 12.9 12.0 11.3 11.3 10.9 10.5

NAME

YEAR GMS AST.

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

1979‑80 1980‑81 1998-99 1976‑77 1981‑82 2011-12 1978‑79 2010-11 2000-01 1997-98

Terry Adolph Terry Adolph Michael Hamelin Maurice Cheeks James Jackson Lionel Foster Dan Elmer Lionel Foster Estrada Murray Michael Hamelin

30 27 29 27 28 24 27 29 31 31

280 240 217 212 202 180 171 167 158 158

Points Scored

247 221 209 197 192 190 186 172 167 167

1986-87 .565 2007-08 .491 1999-00 .476 2006-07 .452 1987-88 .447 2000-01 .447 1994-95 .443 1995-96 .441 2005-06 .428 1999-00 .420

1968‑69 2004-05 1969‑70 1959‑60 1995-96 1958‑59

INDIVIDUAL RECORD — CAREER

3PTA

Three-Point Field Goal Percent (min 40 attempts) NAME YEARS 3PT%

Simmie Hill Jamil Terrell James McCloud Milt Fitts DaShawn Harris Milt Fitts

Assists

Three-Point Field Goals Made NAME

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2002-03 1970-71

31 24

181 178

Free Throw Percentage

NAME

YEAR

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

Charles Byrd Sonny Blankenship Sonny Blankenship James Scott LaDarius hall Troy Fry Max Miller Dave Wilburn Mike Mitchell James Jackson

1986‑87 1962‑63 1960‑61 1954‑55 2010-11 1990‑91 1958‑59 1978‑79 1968‑69 1981‑82

FT FTA FT%

92 58 53 153 84 108 56 36 131 116

99 .929 63 .921 59 .898 171 .895 94 .894 121 .893 63 .889 41 .878 149 .870 136 .853

Rebounds NAME

YEAR GMS REB

1. 2. 3. 4.

1971‑72 1954‑55 1970‑71 1972‑73

Steve Davidson Bill Clifton Steve Davidson Jerry Christian

NAME

YEARS GMS PTS. AVG.

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

Martin Lattibeaudiere Reggie Ramey Price Brookfield Maurice Cheeks Mike Mitchell Simmie Hill Damien Lolar Joe Thompson Troy Burrus Eddie Harris

1993-97 112 1,566 14.0 1973‑76 99 1,440 14.5 1940‑42 100 1,406 14.1 1975‑78 106 1,227 11.8 1967‑69 65 1,197 18.4 1967‑69 47 1,189 25.3 2005-07 59 1,175 19.9 1993-97 112 1,152 10.3 1952‑54 68 1,138 16.7 1979‑82 105 1,111 10.6

Scoring Average

TERRY ADOLPH 9. Rod Prater 10. Steve Davidson

24 23 25 26

420 322 310 295

NAME

YEARS GMS AVG.

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

1967‑69 1970‑72 2005-07 1994-96 1979‑81 1967‑69 1982‑84 2003-05 1986‑88 1952‑54

Simmie Hill Steve Davidson Damien Lolar Cederick Wilbon Terry Adolph Mike Mitchell James Jackson Rod Prater Charles Byrd Troy Burrus

47 48 59 55 57 65 55 57 60 68

25.3 19.9 19.9 19.2 18.4 18.4 18.3 17.2 16.9 16.7

Field Goals Made NAME

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

YEARS GMS FG

Price Brookfield 1939‑42 100 606 Reggie Ramey 1973‑76 99 581 Martin Lattibeaudiere1993-97 112 505 Rodrigo Mello 1988‑91 115 479 Simmie Hill 1967‑69 47 477 Maurice Cheeks 1975‑78 106 460 Charlie Halbert 1939‑42 100 446 Terry Adolph 1979‑81 57 442 Joe Thompson 1993-97 112 435 Damian Lolar 2005-07 59 421

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Rebound Average

NAME

YEARS

3PT

NAME

YEARS

GMS REB AVG.

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

Martin Lattibeaudiere Charles Byrd Cedrich Wilbon Matt Madison Nick Burns Sammy Simpson Chad Bertrand Rod Prater Sean Harrison Tyler Cooper

1993-97 1986-88 1994-96 1999-03 2009-10 1989-91 1996-00 1999-02 1997-99 2005-08

261 194 146 124 120 116 115 114 113 106

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

Steve Davidson Milt Fitts Simmie Hill DaShawn Harris Ray Burns Reggie Ramey Dallas Smith Damien Lolar Goliath Yeggins Carl Johnson

1970‑72 1958‑60 1967‑69 1995-97 1953-56 1973-76 1974-77 2005-07 1980-84 1977-81

48 60 47 56 84 99 77 59 103 109

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted NAME YEARS 3PTA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Martin Lattibeaudiere 1993-97 Charles Byrd 1986-88 Cedrich Wilbon 1994-96 Nick Burns 2008-10 Sean Harrison 1997-99 Matt Madison 1999-03 Sammy Simpson 1989-91 Chad Bertrand 1996-00 Govinda Thomas-Garter 2004-06 Tyler Cooper 2005-08

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

15.2 11.3 11.3 8.4 8.1 8.0 7.6 7.5 7.3 7.0

Games Played 662 389 381 348 310 305 299 289 275 265

Free Throws Made NAME

730 680 531 473 680 790 534 447 760 764

NAME

YEARS GMS

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

Kyle Shields Rodrigo Mello Matt Madison Martin Lattibeaudiere Joe Thompson Eurskine Robinson Carl Johnson Maurice Cheeks Goliath Yeggins Price Brookfield Charlie Halbert

2004-08 1988‑91 1999-03 1993-97 1993-97 1979‑82 1977‑81 1975‑78 1980‑84 1939‑42 1939‑42

Buffalo Basketball

Three-Point Field Goals Made

116 115 114 112 112 110 109 106 103 100 100

YEARS GMS FT

Troy Burrus 1952‑54 68 Mike Mitchell 1967‑69 65 Kyle Shields 2004-08 116 Albert Myles 2000-02 60 Maurice Cheeks 1975‑78 106 Ray Burrus 1953‑56 84 Martin Lattibeaudiere1993-97 112 295 Joe Thompson 1993-97 112 Reggie Ramey 1973-76 99 Damien Lolar 2005-07 59

434 375 328 317 307 299 282 278 276

Free Throws Attempted NAME

MARTIN LATTIBEAUDIERE

Field Goals Attempted NAME

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

YEARS

Reggie Ramey 1973‑76 Martin Lattibeaudiere1993-97 Eurskine Robinson 1978-82 Eddie Harris 1978-82 Terry Adolph 1978-81 Rod Toliver 1989-90 Carl Johnson 1978-92 Steve Davidson 1970-72 Rodrigo Mello 1987-91 James Jackson 1982-85

GMS FGA

99 1,184 112 1,156 117 1,030 115 980 57 978 59 931 109 896 48 889 108 882 86 869

Field Goal Percentage

NAME

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

Roy O’Neale 1992-94 294 452 .650 Joe Thompson 1993-97 435 678 .642 Carlos Silva 2002-05 155 255 .607 Maurice Cheeks 1975‑78 410 810 .568 DaShawn Harris 1995-97 264-471 .561 Bijan Dotson 2008-10 209 373 .560 Jamil Terrell 2004-05 190 377 .550 Rodrigo Mello 1988‑91 479 882 .543 Donnell Harrison 1996-98 264 486 .543 Jacquiese Holcombe2009-11 239-539 .533

YEARS

FGM FGA

FG%

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

YEARS

Troy Burrus 1952‑54 Reggie Ramey 1973-76 Maurice Cheeks 1975‑78 Mike Mitchell 1967‑69 Kyle Shields 2004-08 Ray Burrus 1953‑56 Damien Lolar 2005-07 Joe Thompson 1993-97 Albert Myles 2000-02 Martin Lattibeaudiere1993-97

GMS FTA

68 99 106 65 116 84 59 112 60 114

559 502 453 448 439 427 420 419 418 390

Free Throw Percentage

NAME

YEARS

FTM FTA FT%

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 0. 10.

Charles Byrd Sonny Blankenship James Jackson LaDarius Hall Mike Mitchell Troy Fry Terry Adolph Cedrick Wilbon Matt Madison Dale Blaut

1986‑88 1961‑63 1982‑84 2009-11 1967‑69 1988‑91 1979-81 1994-96 1999-03 1968-70

149 155 255 171 375 147 162 216 230 181

169 .882 176 .881 302 .844 204 .838 448 .837 183 .803 206 .786 275 .784 295 .779 235 .770

Rebounds

NAME

YEARS

GMS REB AVG.

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

Reggie Ramey Carl Johnson Goliath Yeggins Rodrigo Mello Steve Davidson Milt Fitts Ray Burrus Joe Thompson

1973‑76 1977‑81 1980‑84 1988‑91 1970‑72 1958‑60 1953‑56 1993-97

99 109 103 115 48 60 84 114

790 764 760 744 730 680 680 620

8.0 7.0 7.3 6.5 15.2 11.3 8.1 5.4

TROY BURRUS

Four LSC-South Division Titles • 13 NCAA Postseason Appearances

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MEDIA INFORMATION The West Texas A&M University athletic staff would like to welcome you to the 2012-13 season of Buffalo Basketball. It it our intent that the following information will help you cover WT Basketball throughout the season.

NON-GAMEDAY INTERVIEWS WT Head Coach Rick Cooper and selected players will be available or all non-game day interviews every Monday afternoon at the First United Bank Center, for any other nongameday interviews please contact Assistant Director of Media Relations Brent Seals, atleast 24 hours prior to the desired time of interview.

MEDIA CREDENTIALS Requests for working media credentials must be made through the WTAMU media relations office. Requests must be submitted on official news outlet letterhead and received at least 24 hours in advance of the game to be covered. The Amarillo Globe-News, Canyon News and WTAMU’s The Prairie receive reserved seating on media row. The Buffalo Sports Network, KWTS-FM and the recognized visiting radio station will be provided a broadcast location. Visiting radio courtesy number is 806-651-4121. Other reserved seating will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis. Season credentials will be distributed prior to the first game. Thereafter, credentials may be picked up at the Media Will Call entrance to First United Bank Center.

MEDIA PARKING There is ample parking for media members in the First United Bank Center parking lot. Media members holding working credentials may enter the FUBC through any ticket entrance. Media members needing to pick up credentials at Will Call will need to enter the front (main) entrance.

PRESS ROW SERVICES Complete team and individual statistics, game notes, box scores and play-by-play are provided by the WTAMU Athletic Media Relations Office. Pre-game food service is available beginning approximately 60 minutes prior to tip-off, with beverages available throughout the game. This service is provided as a courtesy to working media.

POST-GAME SERVICES As a service to visiting media and sports information directors, the WTAMU sports information staff will e-mail NCAA official box, play-by-play and game recap to media if provided the e-mail address. Also, a copy machine is available at First United Bank Center for use on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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Newspapers Amarillo Globe News Canyon News The Prairie Fort Worth Star-Telegram Dallas Morning News Houston Chronicle Lubbock Avalanche Journal USA Today

Contact Mailing Address City, State, Zip Dave Henry, Asst. Sports Editor P.O. Box 2091 Amarillo, Texas 79166 James Barrington, Mng. Editor P.O. Box 779 Canyon, Texas 79015 Sports Editor WTAMU Box 60747 Canyon, Texas 79016 John Henry P.O. Box 1870, 400 W. 7th St. Fort Worth, Texas 76101 Small College Editor P.O. Box 655237/508 Young St. Dallas, Texas 75265 Sports Desk Don WIlliams P.O. Box 491, 710 Ave. J Lubbock, Texas 79408 Small College Editor

Phone 806-345-3315 (806) 655-7121 (806) 651-2410 (817) 371-5539 (800) 431-0010 (713) 362-7891 (806) 766-8734 (703) 276-3721

Email sports@amarillo.com reporter@canyonnews.com theprairiemail@yahoo.com jfhenry1970@gmail.com dmnsports@dallasnews.com sptletters@chron.com don.williams@lubbockonline.com

Television KVII Channel 7 (ABC) KFDA Channel 10 (CBS) KAMR Ch. 4 (NBC) KCIT Ch. 14 (FOX)

Contact Mailing Address Lee Baker/Kale Steed One Broadcast Center Jacob Albracth/Matt Hamilton P.O. Box 10 Michael Spencer/Emily Austen P.O. Box 751 Michael Spencer/Emily Austen P.O. Box 751

City, State, Zip Amarillo, Texas 79101 Amarillo, Texas 79105 Amarillo, Texas 79189 Amarillo, Texas 79189

Phone (806) 373-1787 (806) 383-1010 (806) 349-9087 (806) 349-9087

Email lbaker@kvii.com jalbracht@newschannel10.com mspencer@kamr.com mspencer@kamr.com

Radio KGNC Buffalo Radio Sports Net. KWTS

Contact Mike Roden Kent Johnson Sports Director

Mailing Address P.O. Box 710 WTAMU Box 60049 WTAMU Campus Radio

City, State, Zip Amarillo, Texas 79189 Canyon, Texas 79016 Canyon, Texas 79016

Phone (806) 351-8560 (806) 651-4406 (806) 651-2797

Email mike.roden@kgnc.com kjohnson@wtamu.edu kwtsnews@gmail.com

Wire Service Associated Press

Contact Small College Editor

Mailing Address 4851 LBJ Freeway, St. 300

City, State, Zip Dallas, Texas 75244

Phone (800) 442-7189

Email aptexas@ap.org

Mailing Address 1221 W. Campbell Rd, #217 P.O. Box 6222

City, State, Zip Richardson, TX 75080 Indianapolis, IN 46206

Phone (972) 234-0034 (317) 917-6222

Email robothamm@lonestarconference.org updates@ncaasports.com

Other Outlets Contact Lone Star Conference Melanie Robotham NCAA

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