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MOUNTAINEER BASKETBALL Mountaineer Basketball............................. 2 Bob Huggins.............................................. 10 Basketball Practice Facility........................ 16 Game Day in Morgantown....................... 22 WVU Coliseum........................................... 18 The Big 12 Conference.............................. 29 Student-Athlete Development................. 30 WVU in the Community............................ 36 Iron Mountaineers.................................... 38 Tradition of Champions............................ 42 Mountaineers Abroad............................... 46 West Virginia University........................... 48 PREVIEWING THE 2019-20 SEASON Notebook................................................... 52 Quick Facts................................................. 54 BASKETBALL STAFF Bob Huggins.............................................. 56 Coaching Staff........................................... 69 Basketball Staff......................................... 72 Support Staff............................................. 74 MEET THE MOUNTAINEERS Photo Roster.............................................. 76 Pronunciation Guide................................. 77 Rosters........................................................ 77 Profiles....................................................... 78 OPPONENT INFORMATION Big 12 Conference................................... 110 2019-20 Opponents................................. 112 Scores vs. Opponents.............................. 117 REVIEWING THE 2018-19 SEASON Statistics................................................... 120 Game-by-Game Recaps........................... 126

THE RECORD BOOK Individual Records................................... 140 Game Leaders.......................................... 142 Top Scorers............................................... 144 Class Rankings......................................... 145 Season Leaders........................................ 146 Career Leaders......................................... 148 Team Records........................................... 150 Opponent Records.................................. 151 Team Game Highs................................... 152 Team Season Highs.................................. 154 Site Records............................................. 155 Coliseum Records.................................... 156 Year-By-Year Records ............................. 157 Year-By-Year Leaders.............................. 158 All-Time Scores........................................ 159 Series Records.......................................... 181 Overtime Games...................................... 182 Day-by-Day Record.................................. 183 Tournament Records............................... 184 Conference Records................................ 185 Postseason............................................... 186 Players in the Pros................................... 187 AP Rankings............................................. 188 Lettermen................................................ 190 Jersey Numbers........................................ 192 Honors...................................................... 194 All-Americans.......................................... 196 Coaching Record..................................... 200 GENERAL INFORMATION President E. Gordon Gee......................... 202 Director of Athletics Shane Lyons.......... 203 WVU Athletics......................................... 204 MSN from Learfield IMG College........... 205 Media Information.................................. 206 2019-20 Schedule.................................... 208

For further information on Mountaineer basketball, contact the WVU Athletic Communications Office. Associate Athletics Director/Communications: Bryan Messerly e-mail: bryan.messerly@mail.wvu.edu Office: 304-293-2821 Fax: 304-293-4105 Press Row: 304-293-2821 Web: WVUsports.com Twitter: @wvuhoops Facebook: WVUhoops Instagram: @wvuhoops Snapchat: wvuhoops

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The 2019-20 West Virginia University Basketball Guide has been published by the WVU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics.


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15

Postseason appearances


NCAA TOURNAMENT

+ appearances

11


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HUGGINS “”

It’s great to be home. As soon as I put my feet on the ground in this great state, I’ve been walking on air ever since. My wife always said anytime I get 20 miles from Morgantown my face starts to brighten up, and then I smile and get happy. Some of the greatest times of my life have been here and I’m hoping to have a lot more of them. This has always been a dream for me to coach Th here. Thanks for letting me come home. – West Virginia Head Coach Bob Huggins


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Bob Huggins, a Morgantown native and

1977 graduate of West Virginia University, was introduced as the Mountaineers' 21st head basketball coach on Good Friday, April 6, 2007. Huggins has compiled a 860 -362 (.704) record in his 37 seasons as a head coach. He ranks fourth in total victories among active Division I head coaches. A two-time Academic All-American and three-year letterman, Huggins graduated from West Virginia magna cum laude in 1977 and received his master's in health administration from WVU in 1978.

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NCAA Final Four Appearances NCAA Elite Eight Appearances Times National Coach of the Year NCAA Appearances at WVU Top 10 Final Poll Rankings Conference Tournament Title Number of All-Americans in Coaching Tenures Conference Regular Season Titles NBA Draft Picks, Including Six First Round Selections and Four Lottery Picks NCAA Tournament Appearances 27th Division I Coach to Reach 700 Career Wins 20-Win Seasons Led WVU to a School Record 31 Victories in 2009-10 Postseason Appearances Division I All-Conference Selections WVU Victories 800th Career Win vs. UMKC on Dec. 17, 2016 Number of victories entering 2019-20; ranks fourth among active Division I coaches


Four NBA Draft Picks Under Bob Huggins


HUGGINS’ NBA PLAYERS ATLANTA HAWKS DERMARR JOHNSON, 2000-02 CARTIER MARTIN, 2013-14 BOSTON CELTICS DANNY FORTSON, 1999-00 BILL WALKER, 2008-10 CHARLOTTE HORNETS CARTIER MARTIN, 2008-09 JASON MAXIELL, 2014-15 CHICAGO BULLS JOE ALEXANDER, 2009-10 CORIE BLOUNT, 1993-95, 2002-04 CARTIER MARTIN, 2013-14 CLEVELAND CAVALIERS CORIE BLOUNT, 1998-99 KEVIN JONES, 2012-13 DALLAS MAVERICKS DANNY FORTSON, 2003-04 STEVE LOGAN, 2002-03 NICK VAN EXEL, 2001-03 DENVER NUGGETS DANNY FORTSON, 1997-99 DERMARR JOHNSON, 2004-07 KENYON MARTIN, 2004-11 RUBEN PATTERSON, 2005-06 KENNY SATTERFIELD, 2001-03 NICK VAN EXEL, 1998-02 DETROIT PISTONS MELVIN LEVETT, 1999-00 JASON MAXIELL, 2005-13 CARTIER MARTIN 2014-15 GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS CORIE BLOUNT, 2000-01 DANNY FORTSON, 2000-03 STEVE LOGAN, 2002-03 CARTIER MARTIN, 2009-10 NICK VAN EXEL, 2003-04 HOUSTON ROCKETS JAMES WHITE, 2008-09 LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS KENYON MARTIN, 2011-12 RUBEN PATTERSON, 2007-08 LOS ANGELES LAKERS CORIE BLOUNT, 1995-99 TONY BOBBITT, 2004-05 DEVIN EBANKS, 2010-13 MELVIN LEVETT, 1999-00 RUBEN PATTERSON, 1998-99 NICK VAN EXEL, 1993-98 MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES JEVON CARTER, 2018-19


BASKETBALL PRACTICE FACILITY


IN FEBRUARY 2012, WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY OPENED THE

$24.1 MILLION, 64,000-SQUARE FOOT BASKETBALL PRACTICE FACILITY, ALLOWING THE MOUNTAINEERS TO CONTINUE TO REACH NEW LEVELS OF SUCCESS ON AND OFF THE COURT, WHILE HONORING PAST ACHIEVEMENT AND TRADITION.


“”

I’ve said since this project began we’re going to have the best basketball practice facility in America, which I think we have. – Coach Bob Huggins


WVU COLISEU


EUM

THE PLACE TO BE FOR A WVU BASKETBALL GAME IS THE WVU COLISEUM. THE ATMOSPHERE IS UNMATCHED ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND THE PLAYING OF “TAKE ME HOME, COUNTRY ROADS,” ENDS THE GAME BY CELEBRATING ANOTHER MO MOUNTAINEER VICTORY.


1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19

9-4 .692 11-4 .733 8-6 .571 8-4 .667 8-6 .571 12-4 .750 11-1 .917 8-4 .667 14-4 .778 8-7 .533 19-1 .950 15-0 1.000 13-1 .929 15-2 .882 13-3 .813 13-1 .929 14-2 .875 10-6 .625 12-2 .857 12-1 .923 13-2 .867 10-3 .769 14-1 .933 13-3 .813 9-4 .692 9-5 .643 12-4 .750 13-1 .929 6-7 .462 Coliseum was closed for asbestos removal 12-4 .750 5-8 .385 9-5 .643 10-4 .714 11-3 .786 13-2 .867 17-1 .944 13-2 .867 11-3 .786 12-2 .857 12-2 .857 11-5 .688 8-6 .571 11-5 .688 12-3 .800 13-2 .867 16-2 .889 .824 14-3 11-7 .611

1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s

93-38 131-25 108-30 106-32 115-37

.710 .840 .783 .768 .757

OVERALL:

553-162

.773

16,704 15,835 15,638 15,593 15,419 15,409 15,299 15,289 15,271 15,193

PITT KENTUCKY NEVADA-LAS VEGAS VILLANOVA PITT MARSHALL PITT OKLAHOMA SYRACUSE GEORGETOWN

FEB. 24, 1982 JAN. 27, 2018 FEB. 27, 1983 FEB. 8, 2010 FEB. 3, 2010 DEC. 4, 1982 JAN. 31, 1981 FEB. 20, 2016 JAN. 16, 2010 DEC. 2, 1995


YEAR RECORD ATTEND. GAMES AVG. YEAR RECORD ATTEND. GAMES AVG. 23-8 146,807 14 10,486 1971 13-12 93,604 13 7,153 1983 20-12 131,223 17 7,719 1972 13-11 96,620 15 6,441 1984 20-9 130,059 16 8,129 1973 10-15 91,627 14 6,544 1985 22-11 97,585 14 6,970 1974 10-15 70,568 12 5,881 1986 23-8 108,524 16 6,783 1975 14-13 118,795 14 8,485 1987 18-14 129,193 16 8,075 1976 15-13 101,366 16 6,335 1988 26-5 108,505 14 7,504 1977 18-11 90,848 12 7,750 1989 1978 12-16 65,157 12 5,429 1990 16-12 98,735 13 7,595 1979 16-12 146,367 18 8,132 1991 17-14 118,941 15 7,929 1980 15-14 129,019 15 8,601 1992 20-12 127,020 13 9,771 1981 23-10 164,667 20 8,233 1993 17-12 124,240 15 8,283 1982 27-4 170,762 15 11,384 1994 17-12 92,858 16 5,804

YEAR RECORD ATTEND. GAMES AVG. 1995 13-13 88,138 13 6,780 1996 12-15 106,749 14 7,625 1997 21-10 125,829 16 7,864 1998 24-9 125,817 14 8,987 10-19 78,933 13 6,072 1999 2000 14-14 73,479 15 4,899* 2001 17-12 102,471 16 6,404 2002 8-20 84,378 13 6,491 2003 14-15 97,097 14 6,936 2004 17-14 98,997 14 7,071 2005 24-11 119,145 14 8,510 2006 22-11 156,024 15 10,402

YEAR RECORD ATTEND. GAMES AVG. 2007 27-9 169,557 18 9,420 2008 26-11 150,935 15 10,062 2009 23-12 147,734 14 10,552 2010 31-7 173,281 14 12,377 2011 21-12 160,567 14 11,469 2012 19-14 158,887 16 9,930 2013 13-19 122,522 14 8,752 2014 17-16 137,206 16 8,575 2015 25-10 152,837 15 10,189 2016 26-9 158,750 15 10,583 2017 28-9 204,742 18 11,375 2018 26-11 209,164 17 12,304 2019 15-21 183,695 18 10,205


CROWDS OVER 10,000

IN THE WVU COLISEUM DATE

March 6, 2019 February 9, 2019 February 2, 2019 January 19, 2019 January 12, 2019 January 2, 2019 December 30, 2018 December 8, 2018 December 1, 2018 November 9, 2018 February 26, 2018 February 24, 2018 February 12, 2018 February 10, 2018 February 3, 2018 January 27, 2018 January 20, 2018 January 15, 2018 January 9, 2018 January 6, 2018 December 23, 2017 December 5, 2017 November 18, 2017 March 3, 2017 February 20, 2017 February 18, 2017 February 11, 2017 February 4, 2017 January 28, 2017 January 24, 2017 January 18, 2017 January 10, 2017 January 7, 2017 December 23, 2016 November 11, 2016 March 2, 2016 February 22, 2016 February 20, 2016 February 13, 2016 February 6, 2016 January 12, 2016 January 9, 2016 November 13, 2015 March 7, 2015 February 7, 2015 January 31, 2015 January 24, 2015 January 10, 2015 December 30, 2014 December 4, 2014 March 8, 2014 March 1, 2014 February 22, 2014 February 1, 2014 January 11, 2014 December 22, 2013 February 23, 2013 February 16, 2013 January 28, 2013 January 12, 2013 January 5, 2013 December 8, 2012 February 28, 2012 February 24, 2012 February 11, 2012 January 30, 2012 January 21, 2012 January 14, 2012 January 7, 2012 December 28, 2011 March 5, 2011 March 2, 2011 February 19, 2011 February 12, 2011 February 7, 2011 January 23, 2011 January 16, 2011 January 13, 2011 December 29, 2010 December 18, 2010 November 12, 2010 March 1, 2010 February 27, 2010 February 20, 2010 February 8, 2010 February 3, 2010 January 30, 2010 January 23, 2010 January 16, 2010 December 29, 2009 December 23, 2009 December 12, 2009 March 7, 2009 March 4, 2009 February 18, 2009 February 13, 2009 February 7, 2009 January 25, 2009 January 17, 2009 January 6, 2009 November 11, 2008 March 3, 2008 February 23, 2008 February 17, 2008

SCORE RESULT

90-75 53-75 79-71 65-64 77-85 59-62 78-68 69-59 106-72 94-99 OT 84-74 85-70 82-66 85-88 89-51 76-83 86-51 66-71 57-54 89-76 86-69 68-61 111-48 87-76 77-62 83-74 2OT 85-66 75-82 81-77 85-69 87-89 OT 89-68 82-70 92-61 87-59 90-68 97-87 62-76 73-42 80-69 74-63 77-60 107-61 81-72 69-87 77-58 86-85 OT 72-74 82-51 73-74 92-86 81-59 75-88 81-71 72-73 70-73 57-73 66-64 56-61 64-65 57-67 68-67 92-75 60-61 74-77 66-72 77-74 OT 84-60 74-62 83-69 72-70 65-56 72-58 82-71 66-71 56-46 68-64 93-63 71-81 74-63 95-71 81-68 74-68 75-63 75-82 70-51 77-74 71-65 71-72 63-62 76-66 69-43 59-62 82-63 79-68 93-72 86-59 67-79 62-59 55-61 92-47 76-62 80-53 89-68

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OPPONENT ATTENDANCE

Iowa State Texas Oklahoma Kansas Oklahoma State Texas Tech Lehigh Pitt Youngstown State Buffalo Texas Tech Iowa State TCU Oklahoma State Kansas State Kentucky Texas Kansas Baylor Oklahoma Fordham Virginia Morgan State Iowa State Texas Texas Tech Kansas State Oklahoma State Texas A&M Kansas Oklahoma Baylor TCU Northern Kentucky Mount St. Mary’s Texas Tech Iowa State Oklahoma TCU Baylor Kansas Oklahoma State Northern Kentucky Oklahoma State Baylor Texas Tech TCU Iowa State Virginia Tech LSU Kansas TCU Baylor Kansas State Oklahoma State Purdue Oklahoma State Texas Tech Kansas Kansas State Oklahoma Virginia Tech DePaul Marquette Louisville Pitt Cincinnati Rutgers Georgetown Villanova Louisville Connecticut Notre Dame DePaul Pitt USF Purdue Providence St. John’s Cleveland State Oakland Georgetown Cincinnati Seton Hall Villanova Pitt Louisville Ohio State Syracuse Marquette Ole Miss Coppin State Louisville DePaul Notre Dame Villanova Providence Pitt USF Connecticut Elon Pitt Providence Seton Hall

10,354 12,815 11,611 12,657 11,339 10,358 10,754 13,670 10,849 12,657 14,542 14,205 11,773 13,057 13,329 15,835 14,001 14,115 12,551 15,106 11,296 12,816 11,698 14,528 10,460 14,150 14,074 14,225 12,836 13,694 11,895 14,632 12,568 10,197 10,150 12,680 10,683 15,289 13,137 14,069 12,097 11,219 10,120 13,714 12,783 12,192 12,756 12,076 13,330 10,802 14,038 11,358 11,843 10,121 12,078 10,019 10,038 10,530 12,402 10,039 12,112 11,631 10,255 12,087 11,254 13,032 14,070 13,820 10,526 11,262 15,032 13,241 12,298 11,210 14,175 10,744 14,173 11,052 11,138 11,235 12,707 13,211 12,598 11,816 15,593 15,419 12,471 15,033 15,271 12,872 11,139 10,121 13,089 10,070 13,126 12,513 11,091 14,329 11,037 13,920 10,250 13,960 11,319 10,074

CONTINUED >>


MORE THAN

$20 MILLION IN UPGRADES TO THE WVU COLISEUM STARTED IN 2016, INCLUDING A NEW LOCKER ROOM


WEST VIRGINIA HAS WON 77 PERCENT OF ITS HOME GAMES SINCE THE ARENA OPENED IN 1970 AND HAS 553 WINS ALL-TIME IN THE COLISEUM

CROWDS OVER 10,000 IN THE WVU COLISEUM DATE

January 30, 2008 January 26, 2008 January 17, 2008 January 13, 2008 January 6, 2008 December 8, 2007 March 20, 2007 March 3, 2007 February 17, 2007 February 10, 2007 February 7, 2007 January 28, 2007 January 6, 2007 December 30, 2006 February 27, 2006 February 25, 2006 February 18, 2006 February 4, 2006 February 1, 2006 January 14, 2006 January 11, 2006 November 26, 2005 February 26, 2005 February 5, 2005 January 16, 2005 December 29, 2004 February 21, 2004 February 8, 2003 January 14, 2003 January 12, 2002 March 3, 2001 February 17, 2001 February 11, 2001 January 9, 1999 February 22, 1998 February 11, 1998 February 3, 1998 January 24, 1998 January 15, 1998 January 10, 1998 January 5, 1997 March 19, 1997 February 15, 1997 February 1, 1997 January 25, 1997 February 24, 1996 February 17, 1996 January 13, 1996 December 2, 1996 January 27, 1995 February 26, 1994 January 13, 1994 February 27, 1993 January 23, 1993 December 19, 1992 December 5, 1992 February 29, 1992 February 27, 1992 February 6, 1992 January 13, 1992 January 11, 1992 January 4, 1992 December 14, 1991 February 23, 1991 January 31, 1991 January 5, 1991 December 1, 1990 February 25, 1990

SCORE RESULT

39-62 57-58 73-64 81-61 79-64 92-68 71-66 79-65 81-71 70-65 47-60 64-52 73-46 81-71 67-62 68-64 75-81 66-57 71-70 104-85 68-61 68-71 OT 76-58 83-78 OT 53-73 71-65 58-67 80-94 61-80 69-75 65-96 87-76 66-69 45-80 81-71 80-62 90-72 81-63 72-74 98-84 81-70 71-76 77-87 OT 74-59 67-66 92-77 72-69 67-69 83-86 OT 94-97 OT 95-85 56-70 79-54 82-81 2OT 78-69 86-72 95-82 69-74 90-78 87-67 83-75 62-63 86-85 91-66 63-66 71-67 90-85 79-71 OT

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OPPONENT ATTENDANCE

Cincinnati Georgetown St. John’s Syracuse Marquette Duquesne NC State Cincinnati Seton Hall UCLA Pitt DePaul St. John’s Connecticut Pitt Louisville Connecticut Cincinnati Notre Dame Marquette Georgetown LSU Rutgers Pitt Boston College George Washington Pitt Syracuse Pitt Syracuse Boston College Syracuse Notre Dame Connecticut Seton Hall Connecticut Pitt Providence Notre Dame Miami Georgetown Florida State Syracuse Pitt Notre Dame St. John’s Miami Villanova Georgetown Massachusetts Rutgers Massachusetts Massachusetts St. Joseph’s Ohio State Maryland St. Joseph’s Massachusetts Rhode Island Notre Dame Duquesne Temple Pitt Temple Penn State Miami Maryland Penn State

10,082 14,048 13,047 13,560 11,429 10,071 11,215 11,968 12,249 14,160 14,336 11,239 11,083 11,903 14,805 12,483 14,683 12,480 13,672 13,571 12,116 11,044 12,004 12,135 10,056 13,956 14,665 13,092 13,891 13,351 14,184 12,389 11,179 10,118 12,381 15,167 10,027 12,073 10,398 13,829 10,091 10,314 11,559 12,085 12,621 11,029 10,065 11,003 15,193 13,862 11,147 11,148 10,236 13,074 12,133 10,516 12,564 10,750 11,307 13,759 10,903 13,626 11,058 12,034 10,209 10,797 11,027 10,961

DATE

December 9, 1989 February 19, 1989 February 11, 1989 January 21, 1989 January 14, 1989 February 23, 1988 February 13, 1988 February 7, 1988 January 16, 1988 December 12, 1987 December 5, 1987 February 14, 1987 December 27, 1986 February 8, 1986 January 18, 1986 March 2, 1985 January 26, 1985 December 8, 1984 March 10, 1984 February 27, 1983 February 16, 1983 February 2, 1983 January 20, 1983 January 8, 1983 December 7, 1982 December 4, 1982 December 1, 1982 March 1, 1982 February 24, 1982 February 20, 1982 February 18, 1982 February 13, 1982 February 4, 1982 January 31, 1982 January 20, 1982 January 18, 1982 January 11, 1982 December 12, 1981 March 16, 1981 March 13, 1981 February 18, 1981 February 14, 1981 January 31, 1981 December 6, 1980 February 14, 1980 February 2, 1980 December 10, 1979 February 17, 1979 February 10, 1979 January 20, 1979 December 6, 1978 December 2, 1978 February 20, 1978 February 19, 1977 February 12, 1977 January 8, 1977 February 21, 1976 February 11, 1976 December 6, 1975 February 1, 1975 January 18, 1975 December 7, 1974 December 1, 1973 January 8, 1972 February 20, 1971 January 13, 1971 December 7, 1970

SCORE RESULT

97-93 2OT 90-66 100-67 65-63 90-70 61-62 73-68 71-74 73-51 64-70 75-49 57-67 69-67 82-61 69-65 OT 73-63 61-57 89-77 59-56 87-78 101-84 90-86 3OT 63-64 73-71 65-51 95-82 105-79 91-70 82-77 52-37 68-60 49-43 59-53 65-59 75-65 75-68 80-65 73-68 77-76 OT 67-64 81-60 73-67 76-63 73-76 OT 78-90 68-66 55-72 54-70 68-61 93-92 79-73 64-69 80-73 81-68 66-68 92-72 76-89 85-72 79-90 97-92 71-67 86-80 82-78 95-78 98-107 74-83 100-106

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OPPONENT ATTENDANCE

Pitt Rhode Island Penn State Temple Rutgers Temple Rutger Rhode Island Massachusetts Pitt Maryland Temple Marshall St. Bonaventure Temple George Washington Temple Marshall St. Bonaventure UNLV Penn State Virginia Tech St. Bonaventure Temple William & Mary Marshall Youngstown State Massachusetts Pitt George Washington Stetson St. Bonaventure Rutgers South Alabama Duquesne Penn State Massachusetts Ohio State Temple Pennsylvania Rhode Island Rutgers Pitt Marshall Louisville Pitt Ohio State Notre Dame Rutgers Pitt Marshall Ohio State Marshall Notre Dame Rutgers Penn State George Washington Pitt Purdue Davidson Pacific Villanova Pitt Davidson Notre Dame Ohio State Kentucky

10,485 11,782 13,019 13,121 12,455 10,766 11,858 11,005 12,055 12,481 11,045 13,714 11,019 10,361 10,029 11,226 12,295 12,507 11,031 15,638 12,846 10,970 10,335 12,115 10,041 15,409 10,461 12,757 16,704 14,853 13,491 12,620 14,331 13,721 10,394 12,771 10,511 13,122 12,079 13,137 13,316 12,035 15,299 11,756 10,136 11,356 14,023 15,118 11,641 11,187 11,361 13,293 12,132 13,151 10,808 10,160 10,895 10,087 12,250 10,132 10,155 12,950 11,583 13,140 13,652 10,807 13,323


45 46 OF THE

LAST

SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE WVU MEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM HAVE GRADUATED ON TIME OR EARLY SINCE 2005


WVU

HAS RANKED AMONG THE

TOP 10 PERCENT

OF ALL BASKETBALL TEAMS SIX TIMES SINCE 2010 IN THE NCAA DIVISION I ACADEMIC PROGRESS RATE (APR), INCLUDING A PERFECT FOUR-YEAR SCORE OF 1,000 IN 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019.


WVU

HAS HAD AN ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Lorem Ipsum

Lorem Ipsum

FIVE TIMES IN THE LAST 14 YEARS, INCLUDING THE 2018 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN OF THE YEAR IN

JEVON CARTER


GIVING BACK TO THOSE

WHO GIVE SO MUCH TO T H E STAT E O F W E ST V I RG I N I A


THE GOAL OF THE

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING STAFF IS TO PROVIDE THE MEN’S BASKETBALL PLAYERS WITH THE BEST “HANDS-ON” STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING PROGRAM IN THE COUNTRY


MOUNTAINEER STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING BREEDS CAMARADERIE AND TEAM BONDING. THE MOUNTAINEERS’ PHILOSOPHY IS TO DEVELOP A STRONG, FAST, POWERFUL ATHLETE


46

POSTSEASON APPEARANCES

INCLUDING 29 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES AND FIVE POSTSEASON FINAL FOURS


18

ALL-AMERICANS


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FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS


IN AUGUST 2019, WEST VIRGINIA TRAVELED ABROAD TO SPAIN AND DEFEATED TEAMS IN BARCELONA, VALENCIA AND MADRID


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• This is the 111th season and 117th year overall for West Virginia basketball, which began in 1903. • West Virginia is 120-60 since the start of the 201415 season. • With a win at Oklahoma State on Dec. 29, 2017, Bob Huggins moved past Jim Phelan on the NCAA Division I winningest coaches list. Huggins’ record now stands at 860-362 entering his 38th season as a head coach. He needs 16 more victories to tie Adolph Rupp for seventh place all-time. • Huggins is the fourth-winningest active Division I coach behind Mike Krzyzewski, Jim Boeheim and Roy Williams. • West Virginia played the 11th-toughest schedule in the country according to the final 2018-19 NCAA NET rankings. • West Virginia led the country in offensive rebounds with 525, averaging 14.6 per game. • WVU is 193-55 in its last 248 games against unranked teams, including winners of 102 of its last 120 at home. • West Virginia is 144-42 at the WVU Coliseum under Bob Huggins, including a 73-35 mark in league games. • WVU is 553-162 (.778) all-time at the WVU Coliseum and 194-48 at the WVU Coliseum in the last 15 seasons. • Bob Huggins has wins over 46 AP-ranked teams at WVU, including 18 wins over Top 10 teams and three over No. 1. • Derek Culver was named to the All-Big 12 Second Team and to the All-Big 12 Freshman Team (unanimous selection). • Culver led the Big 12 in rebounding in conference games only (10.9) and had the highest scoring average (12.5) among freshmen in Big 12 Conference games only. • In Big 12 Conference games only, Derek Culver finished first in the league in offensive rebounds (3.8), first in rebounding (10.9), second in defensive rebounds (7.1) and 12th in scoring (12.5). • Culver had eight double-doubles in Big 12 action, which ranked second in the league to Kansas’ Dedric Lawson (11). • Culver had 22 points and 21 rebounds vs. TCU, the first WVU player to have a 20-20 game since Mo Robinson in 1977. • On March 9, Culver had 16 points and 21 rebounds at Oklahoma State. • Culver became the first WVU player since Rod Thorn (1961) to have two 20-plus rebounding games in the same season. • Culver was 22nd in the country in fouls drawn per 40 minutes at 6.8 per contest. • Culver went to the line 129 times in Big 12 play, ranking first in free throw attempts. • Oscar Tshiebwe is the second McDonald’s AllAmerican to come to WVU as a freshman. The other was Chris Brooks in 1986.

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• Jermaine Haley posted his first career double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds in the Big 12 Championship vs. Oklahoma. • Jordan McCabe had 25 points, 11 assists, six steals and five boards vs. TCU, the only college player last season to have 25 points, 11 assists, six steals and five boards in a game, and the first college player since 2010 (D.J. Cooper, Ohio U.). • Emmitt Matthews had 28 points vs. Texas Tech (3/14), the second-most points by a Big 12 freshman last season. • The Mountaineers attempted 849 free throws, the ninth-most attempts in the country. • West Virginia used 18 different starting lineup combinations last season with 14 different players starting a game. • WVU is 51-39 in the Big 12 regular season in the last five seasons, including a 40-32 mark in the last four seasons. • West Virginia is 120-96 under Bob Huggins in conference regular season games (Big 12 and Big East). • Bob Huggins is 76-66 in Big 12 Conference games. He is 66-60 at WVU, and was 10-6 at Kansas State in 2006-07. • The Mountaineers have won 83 of their last 90 games when holding opponents to 69 points or less. • WVU has won 93 of its last 101 and 149 of its last 167 games when holding opponents to less than 69 points. • WVU is 204-36 under Huggins when holding opponents to 69 points or less. • West Virginia has allowed its opponent to shoot 50 percent or better 77 times under Bob Huggins (421 games). • West Virginia is 70-5 under Bob Huggins when shooting 50 percent or better from the field. • West Virginia is 214-43 under Bob Huggins when leading at halftime.

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• West Virginia is 217-27 under Bob Huggins when leading by 10 or more points in a game. • West Virginia is 183-15 under Bob Huggins when posting a higher shooting percentage than its opponent. • West Virginia has made at least one 3-point field goal in 669 consecutive games. • The Mountaineers are 204-50 under Bob Huggins when scoring 70 or more points in a game. • West Virginia is 199-58 under Bob Huggins when outrebounding its opponent. • Bob Huggins has posted 47 conference road victories in 12 seasons at WVU, including four in 2017-18, five Big 12 road wins in 2016-17, six Big 12 road wins in 2015-16 and four Big 12 road wins in 2014-15. • The Mountaineers have won 87 of their last 126 conference games at the WVU Coliseum. • West Virginia is 105-8 at home against nonconference teams in the last 17 years, and has won 86 of its last 92. • West Virginia is 152-39 against non-conference teams in regular season games in the last 16 seasons. • West Virginia is 121-33 in non-conference regular season games under Bob Huggins, including a 70-6 mark at home. • WVU has made nine NCAA appearances in the last 12 years and 11 appearances in the last 15 seasons. • WVU has reached the Sweet 16 in eight of its last 12 NCAA appearances (2018, 2017, 2015, 2010, 2008, 2006, 2005, 1998). • WVU has made 15 postseason appearances in the last 16 years, including the NCAA Final Four in 2010.

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WVU BASKETBALL TRADITION • This is the 111th season and 117th year overall for West Virginia basketball, which began in 1903. • The Mountaineers own a 1,771-1,100 all-time record in intercollegiate basketball competition, ranking the Mountaineers 22nd in wins among all Division I schools. • WVU has earned 29 NCAA berths, 16 NIT trips and one CBI bid since 1941, and has finished in the Top 25 21 times, including an amazing nine straight years from 1955-63. • In the past 15 years, WVU played in the CBI in 2019, reached the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2018, 2017 & 2015,

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NIT First Round in 2014, NCAA Second Round in 2012, NCAA Third Round in 2011, the NCAA Final Four in 2010, made the NCAA Tournament in 2016 and 2009, reached the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2008, won the NIT in 2007, reached the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2006 and NCAA Elite Eight in 2005. • In 1958, the Mountaineers finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in both polls and in 1959, West Virginia, led by All-America guard Jerry West, lost in the NCAA finals to California. • West Virginia has had 12 first team All-Americans, headlined by West, who went on to become one of basketball’s all-time greats with the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers. • Under Bob Huggins, Jevon Carter was named to the John Wooden, Lute Olson and Senior CLASS AllAmerica teams in 2018. Juwan Staten was named to the Lute Olson All-America team in 2015, Da’Sean Butler earned All-America first team honors in 2010 by John Wooden and Basketball Times and Kevin Jones earned All-America first team honors in 2012 by John Wooden. • Besides West, some of basketball’s biggest names have been affiliated with the Old Gold & Blue, including former Lakers coach and general manager Fred Schaus, former NBA President of Basketball Operations and NBA Hall of Famer Rod Thorn and former Utah Jazz broadcaster and NBA Hall of Famer “Hot Rod” Hundley. • West Virginia has played in four different home venues: the ROTC Armory (1903-15), The Ark (1916-27), Stansbury Hall (1928-69) and the WVU Coliseum (1970-present). When the WVU Coliseum was closed due to asbestos removal during the 1999-2000 season, WVU played home games in Charleston, Wheeling and Fairmont.

seasons. The last time WVU did not post a winning non-league record was 1990-91, when WVU went 4-4 outside of conference. • WVU is 121-33 in non-conference games under Bob Huggins. • WVU has finished with one loss during nonconference play in eight different seasons. They were: 1981-82 when West Virginia went 11-1 out of the Atlantic 10, 1957-58 when WVU lost only to Duke in going 11-1, 1996-97 when the Mountaineers were 7-1, losing the season opener at Minnesota, 2004-05 when WVU went 10-1 outside the Big East, 2006-07 when the Mountaineers went 12-1 with their only loss to Arkansas, 2009-10 when WVU was 11-1 with its only loss at Purdue, 2014-15 when the Mountaineers had a one point home loss to LSU, finishing 12-1 and in 2016-17 when WVU finished 12-1 with a four-point loss to Temple in Brooklyn, New York. • WVU has had one perfect non-conference regular season, 10-0, in 1997-98.

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1999-00................ Big East................... 8-3

• West Virginia finished with a winning nonconference mark for the 27th consecutive season. • West Virginia is 152-39 against non-conference teams in regular season games in the last 16

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1990-91.............. Atlantic 10................. 4-4 1991-92.............. Atlantic 10................. 7-4 1992-93.............. Atlantic 10................. 8-3 1993-94.............. Atlantic 10................. 8-2 1995-96................ Big East................... 5-3 1996-97................ Big East................... 7-1 1997-98................ Big East................. 10-0 1998-99................ Big East................... 6-4

2001-02................ Big East................... 7-5 2002-03................ Big East................... 9-3 2003-04................ Big East................... 8-3 2004-05................ Big East................. 10-1

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2005-06................ Big East................... 9-4 2006-07................ Big East................. 12-1 2007-08................ Big East................. 11-2 2008-09................ Big East................. 11-2 2009-10................ Big East................. 11-1 2010-11................ Big East................... 9-3 2011-12................ Big East................. 10-3 2012-13..................Big 12.................... 7-6 2013-14..................Big 12.................... 8-5 2014-15..................Big 12.................. 12-1 2015-16..................Big 12.................. 11-2 2016-17..................Big 12.................. 12-1 2017-18..................Big 12.................. 11-2 2018-19..................Big 12.................... 8-5

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IN THE RANKINGS UNDER BOB HUGGINS • In 2017-18, West Virginia finished ranked No. 15 in the Associated Press poll and No. 13 in the USA Today Coaches poll. • WVU’s No. 2 AP ranking on Jan. 8, 2018, was its highest since a No. 2 ranking on Dec. 29, 1959. • The Mountaineers have been ranked 99 weeks in the AP poll under Bob Huggins, including 37 weeks in the AP Top 10. Huggins has had WVU ranked more weeks than any other coach in school history. • WVU was ranked for 76 consecutive weeks in the USA Today Coaches poll until Nov. 19, 2018. • WVU’s streak of 55 weeks from 2015-18 in the AP poll was one week shy of the school record of 56 weeks from March 1956 to March 1960. • West Virginia has been ranked 119 weeks since Jan. 3, 2005, in the AP poll, and 233 weeks total in school history. • WVU was No. 6 in the final AP poll in 2010, its highest final ranking since a No. 5 ranking in 1959-60. • In 2010, WVU was ranked in the Top 10 for nine straight weeks - the most consecutive weeks in the Top 10 since 1960.

ACADEMIC SUCCESS • Forty-five of the last 46 seniors on the WVU men’s basketball team have graduated on time or early since 2004. • In 2017-18, Jevon Carter was named CoSIDA Academic All-American of the Year for men’s basketball and first team Academic All-American. • Carter was named to the CoSIDA Academic AllDistrict II First Team in 2017-18 and 2016-17. • In 2019, Chase Harler was named to the Academic All-Big 12 Men’s Basketball First Team, while Logan Routt was named to the second team. • Last year, WVU had 13 players on the Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll with a 3.0 GPA or better. • In 2010, 2011, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, WVU men’s basketball also was recognized nationally for ranking in the top 10 percent nationally among men’s basketball programs for the Academic Progress Rate (APR). • In 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, WVU men’s basketball was recognized by the NCAA for a perfect four-year APR score of 1,000.

HUGGINS RECEIVES CONTRACT EXTENSION • On Nov. 6, 2017, Director of Athletics Shane Lyons announced a four-year contract extension to 202122 for Bob Huggins. • It extended his relationship with the University until 2027. • Under the agreement, following the 2021-22 season, Huggins will assume a five-year Emeritus status within the WVU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, which concludes June 30, 2027.

• Huggins will be paid $3,950,000 in 2019-20, $4,050,000 in 2020-21 and $4,150,000 in 2021-22.

AGAINST RANKED TEAMS • The Kansas game (3/15/19) marked the 320th time in school history WVU played a team ranked in the AP Top 25. • Bob Huggins has 46 wins over ranked teams at WVU: No. 7 Texas Tech, No. 7 Kansas (2018-19), No. 7 Oklahoma, No. 12 • Texas Tech, No. 14 Texas Tech, No. 15 Virginia, No. 17 Oklahoma (2017-18), No. 1 Baylor, No. 2 Kansas (No. 1 in USA Today • Coaches Poll), No. 6 Virginia, No. 14 Notre Dame and No. 24 Iowa State (2016-17), No. 1 Kansas, No. 6 Oklahoma, No. 13 Iowa • State, No. 15 Baylor, No. 17 Iowa State and No. 19 Baylor (2015-16), No. 8 Kansas, No. 12 Maryland, No. 17 UConn, No. 18 • Oklahoma and No. 22 Oklahoma State (2014-15), No. 8 Kansas, No. 21 Oklahoma and No. 11 Iowa State (2013-14), No. 9 • Georgetown (2011-12), No. 8 Notre Dame, No. 8 Purdue, No. 11 Louisville, No. 13 Georgetown and No. 16 UConn (2010-11), No. 2 Kentucky, No. 9 Villanova, No. 15 Ole Miss, No. 19 Georgetown, No. 21 Ohio St., No. 22 Georgetown and No. 22 Pitt (2009-10), No. 2 Pitt, No. 12 Georgetown, No. 13 Villanova and No. 15 Ohio St. (2008-09) & No. 9 Duke, No. 10 Marquette & No. 15 UConn (2007-08). • With a win over No. 25 Iowa State (2018-19), Huggins has 47 wins over teams in the USA Today Coaches’ poll at WVU. • WVU owns 102 wins over AP-ranked teams. • Since 1995, the Mountaineers have played 207 nationally ranked teams. WVU has played 320 total games against nationally ranked competition. That means more than 64 percent of the games against the best teams in the country have come during the last 25 seasons. • WVU has played 158 ranked teams since the start of the 2004-05 season, winning 60 of those games. • Bob Huggins has faced 103 ranked teams during the regular season in 12 years, the most in school history. Gale Catlett faced 66 ranked teams during the regular season in 25 years, while John Beilein faced 34 ranked teams during regular season play in five years.

POSTSEASON AWARDS • Freshman forward Derek Culver was named to the All-Big 12 Second Team and was a unanimous selection to the All-Big 12 Freshman Team. • Culver became the first WVU freshman named to the All-Big 12 Freshman Team or All-Big 12 Newcomer Team. • Culver is the first WVU freshman named to a firstyear team since Devin Ebanks was named to the All-Big East Rookie Team in 2009.

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Location: Morgantown, W.Va. Enrollment: 29,959 Founded: 1867 President: Dr. E. Gordon Gee (Utah, ‘68) Athletic Director: Shane Lyons (West Virginia, ‘87) Athletic Department Phone: (304) 293-5621 Ticket Office Phone: 1-800-WVU GAME Nickname: Mountaineers School Colors: Old Gold (PMS 124) and Blue (PMS 286) Basketball Began: 1903-04 All-Time Basketball Record: 1,771-1100 Years In The NCAA Tournament (last): 29 (2018) Years In The NIT (last): 16 (2014) NCAA Championships: None NCAA Finals: 1 (1959) NCAA Final Four: 2 (1959, 2010) NCAA Sweet 16: 11 (1959, 1960, 1963, 1998, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2015, 2017, 2018) NIT Championships: 2 (1942, 2007) NIT Finals: 2 (1942, 2007) NIT Final Four: 3 (1942, 1981, 2007) Facility: WVU Coliseum (1970) Capacity: 14,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 2018-19 Overall Record: 15-21 2018-19 Conference Record/Finish: 4-14/10th 2018-19 Postseason: CBI Second Round Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

Starters Returning Derek Culver Jermaine Haley Emmitt Matthews Jr. Jordan McCabe

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Head Coach: Bob Huggins (West Virginia, ‘77) Record At WVU: 270-151 (12 seasons) Career Record: 860-362 (37 seasons) Best Time To Contact: Through SID Basketball Office Phone: (304) 293-2193 Basketball Office Fax: (304) 293-2719

Staff: Larry Harrison Pitt, ‘78 Ron Everhart

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Erik Martin

Cincinnati, ‘93

Josh Eilert

Kansas State, ‘04

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Assistant Athletic Director/Communications: Bryan Messerly e-mail: bryan.messerly@mail.wvu.edu Athletic Communications Phone: (304) 293-2821 Basketball Press Row Phone: (304) 293-2821 Mountaineer Web Page Address: WVUsports.com Twitter: @WVUHoops


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12 Conference play -- good enough for second-place finishes in the regular season and tournament. WVU defeated No. 1 Kansas, No. 6 Oklahoma, No. 13 Iowa State, No. 15 Baylor, No. 17 Iowa State and No. 19 Baylor during the season. The Mountaineers were ranked for the final 16 weeks in the AP poll. Off the court, the WVU men’s basketball team ranked in the top 10 percent of all squads in the 2016 NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR). In 2014-15, Huggins led the Mountaineers to 25 victories and their sixth NCAA Tournament in his eight years in Morgantown, defeating Buffalo and Maryland to reach the NCAA Sweet 16. He was named the Big 12 Conference Coach of the Year, the Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year and the West Virginia State Sports Writers Association Coach of the Year. Juwan Staten earned All-Big 12 Conference First Team honors for the second year in a row and was named to the Lute Olson All-America team. In the final NCAA stats, WVU led the country in steals, steals per game, forced turnovers and offensive rebounds, the first time WVU has ever led the country in the final stats in any category. The Mountaineers defeated No. 8 Kansas, No. 12 Maryland, No. 17 Connecticut, No. 18 Oklahoma and No. 22 Oklahoma State. On Dec. 22, 2011, Huggins became the 20th Division I coach (minimum 10 years coaching in Division I) to reach 700 victories when the Mountaineers defeated Missouri State. Also in 2011-12, the Mountaineers advanced to their fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance under Huggins. Kevin Jones became Huggins’ 11th All-American when he was named to the John Wooden All-America team while also being tabbed a second team consensus All-American. Huggins led the Mountaineers to another NCAA appearance in 2010-11, finishing with a No. 20 ranking in the final AP poll. Huggins became the first WVU coach to win 20 games in each of his first four seasons. The Mountaineers finished with 21 victories, including 11 Big East wins. Along the way, WVU defeated No. 8 Notre Dame, No. 8 Purdue, No. 11 Louisville, No. 13 Georgetown and No. 16 Connecticut. Off the court, for the second year in a row, West Virginia finished ranked in the top 10 percent of all basketball teams in the 2011 NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR). In 2009-10, Huggins guided West Virginia to one of the most memorable seasons in school history. The Mountaineers reached the NCAA Final Four for the first time since 1959 and won their first Big East Championship. WVU recorded a school record 31 victories and also posted a school-best 13 Big East victories, finishing the season ranked No. 3 in the final ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ Poll. For the third year in a row, Huggins was named state coach of the year by the West Virginia State Sports Writers Association. Da’Sean Butler, winner of the 2010 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award, earned first team All-America honors by Basketball Times and the John Wooden All-America team. In June, Butler was the 42nd selection in the second round by the Miami Heat, while Devin Ebanks was taken one pick later by the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers. Off the court, the WVU men’s basketball team ranked in the top 10 percent of all squads in the 2010 NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR). In addition, the Big East awarded WVU the team excellence award for the highest grade point average among Big East men’s basketball teams. In 2008-09, Huggins led the Mountaineers to 23 victories in his second season at WVU, advancing to the NCAA tournament for the second year in a row. Huggins became the second Mountaineer coach to win 20 games in his first two seasons in Morgantown. The Mountaineers reached the semifinals of the Big East Championship for the second year in a row. After the season, Huggins was named state coach of the year by the West Virginia State Sports Writers Association, his second-consecutive honor. Butler was named to the All-Big East Second Team, Ebanks was tabbed to the All-Big East Rookie Team and All-Big East Tournament Team and Alex Ruoff was named honorable mention all-conference. Ruoff was named a first team Academic All-American by CoSIDA, the Big East Men’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year and Big East Sport Excellence award winner. In his first season at WVU, Huggins took the Mountaineers to the NCAA Sweet 16, becoming the first Mountaineer coach to take a team that far in NCAA Tournament play in his first season. With 26 victories, he won more games in his first year than any other coach in WVU history. West Virginia tied the school record for Big East victories with 11. After finishing the season with a No. 17 ranking, Huggins was named state coach of the year by the W.Va. State Sportswriters Association.

A proven success as a program builder, recruiter and game strategist who has won 860 games as a collegiate head coach, Bob Huggins has directed his alma mater to 270 victories, the 2010 NCAA Final Four, the 2010 Big East Championship and 11 postseason appearances, including nine NCAA Tournaments (five NCAA Sweet 16s), during his 12 seasons in Morgantown. Huggins, a 1977 graduate of West Virginia University, was introduced as WVU’s 21st men’s basketball coach on Good Friday, April 6, 2007. Huggins has compiled an 860-362 (.704) record in 37 seasons as a head coach, which includes stints at Walsh College (1980-83), Akron (1984-1989), Cincinnati (1989-2005), Kansas State (2006-07) and West Virginia (2007-present). He ranks fourth in total victories among active Division I head coaches and has the eighth-most wins in college basketball history among Division I head coaches. Huggins’ teams have participated in postseason play in 33 of his 37 seasons, including 24 NCAA Tournaments. His squads have won 20 or more games in all but eight of his 37 campaigns, including 30 or more three times, and he has averaged 23.2 victories a season. In November 2017, Huggins signed an amended employment agreement, extending his employment with the University until 2027. Last season, WVU advanced to the semifinals of the Big 12 Championship for the fourth consecutive season, defeating eventual national runner-up and No. 7-ranked Texas Tech in the quarterfinals. During the season, the Mountaineers also defeated No. 7 Kansas and No. 25 Iowa State. WVU was ranked for 55 consecutive weeks in the AP poll from 2015-18, one week shy of the school record. For the fourth consecutive year, the WVU men’s basketball team ranked in the top 10 percent of all teams in the 2019 NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR). In 2017-18, West Virginia reached the NCAA Sweet 16 for the third time in four seasons and won 25 or more games for the fourth consecutive year. Finishing second in the Big 12 regular season and conference tournament for the third year in a row, WVU won 26 games and finished No. 15 in the AP poll and No. 13 in the USA Today Coaches’ poll. WVU was ranked every week in the AP poll, rising to No. 2 on Jan. 8, 2018, its highest ranking since Dec. 29, 1959. Off the court, the WVU men’s basketball team ranked in the top 10 percent of all squads in the 2018 NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR) for the third consecutive year. Jevon Carter left WVU as one of the most decorated players in school history. A second team consensus All-American who was named to the John R. Wooden All-America Team, Lute Olson All-America Team, Senior CLASS All-America Team, named a second team All-American by the AP and Sporting News and named a third team All-American by USA Today, NBC Sports, NABC and NCAA March Madness, he was the NABC and Lefty Driesell National Defensive Player of the Year in 2017 and 2018. As a senior, he was the CoSIDA Academic All-American of the Year, first team Academic All-American, Senior CLASS Award winner, Arthur Ashe Jr. Scholar-Athlete of the Year and Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year. A unanimous selection to the All-Big 12 Conference First Team, Carter was a two-time Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year and the first four-time member to the All-Big 12 Defensive Team. Carter is the only player in NCAA history to have more than 1,750 points, 530 rebounds, 550 assists and 330 steals. He became Huggins’ 19th NBA draft selection when he was picked as the 32nd pick by the Memphis Grizzlies. In 2016-17, Huggins became the 10th coach in NCAA Division I history to win 800 games when the Mountaineers defeated UMKC on Dec. 17. Huggins led the Mountaineers to 28 victories, the third most in school history, and another NCAA Sweet 16 appearance. Finishing second in the Big 12 regular season and conference tournament for the second year in a row, WVU became the first team since 2011-12 to beat an AP No. 1 (Baylor) and AP No. 2 (Kansas) in the same season. The Mountaineers finished the season leading the country in four statistical categories while setting the school record for points in a season with 3,014. WVU was ranked every week in the AP poll, rising to No. 7 on three different occasions and finishing with a No. 13 ranking. WVU won at No. 6 Virginia, marking the first true non-conference road win over a Top 10-ranked team since winning at Kentucky in 1957. WVU also defeated No. 14 Notre Dame and No. 24 Iowa State to make five wins over ranked teams. Jevon Carter, who was named to the All-Big 12 Defensive Team for the third year in a row, was also named the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year and the NABC Defensive Player of the Year. In 2015-16, Huggins led the Mountaineers to a No. 8 finish in the final Associated Press poll. WVU tied for the fifth-most victories in a season with 26. The Mountaineers finished the regular season with 24 wins, including 13 wins in Big

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Huggins also had his sixth first round NBA draft pick and fourth lottery pick when WVU’s Joe Alexander was selected as the eighth pick by the Milwaukee Bucks. Alexander’s first-round selection was WVU’s highest NBA pick since Ron Williams went in the first round of the 1968 NBA Draft. Huggins has coached 18 NBA draft selections as well as 13 All-Americans. He has also guided 69 all-conference selections in Division I. Since Huggins has been at WVU, three players earned All-Big East First Team honors -- Jones (2012), Butler (2010) and Alexander (2008), while Juwan Staten (2014 and 2015) and Jevon Carter (2018) garnered All-Big 12 First Team honors. Other Big East honorees were Butler (second team, 2009), Darryl Bryant (third team, 2012), Ebanks (third team, 2010) Ruoff (honorable mention, 2009) and Jones (honorable mention, 2011). Jaysean Paige and Devin Williams earned All-Big 12 Second Team honors in 2016, while Carter and Nathan Adrian earned All-Big 12 Second Team and All-Big 12 Third Team honors, respectively in 2017. Derek Culver garnered All-Big 12 Second Team honors in 2019, while Sagaba Konate earned All-Big 12 Third Team honors in 2018. Deniz Kilicli (2013), Eron Harris (2013, 2014) and Williams (2015) earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention honors. Alexander was just one of four Huggins’ players to earn major awards in 2008. Ruoff was named a third-team Academic All-American by ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA, one of just 15 players named nationally and the only student-athlete from the Big East. Darris Nichols earned the Big East Sportsmanship Award, while Ted Talkington was named the Big East Men’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Ruoff also earned the Big East Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award. On Dec. 22, 2007, Huggins became the 29th Division I coach (minimum 10 years coaching in Division I) to reach 600 victories when the Mountaineers won at Canisius.

Huggins elevated the Cincinnati program to among the nation’s elite. He registered a 399-127 record (.759) during his tenure, making him the winningest coach in terms of victories and percentage in the school’s rich basketball history. The Bearcats advanced to postseason play in each of his 16 seasons, reaching the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament three times and in 1992, appearing in the Final Four. Huggins directed Cincinnati to 10 conference regular season titles and eight league tournament titles. Huggins directed the Bearcats to successive finishes in the Final Four and Elite Eight. Over the ensuing seasons, he developed young and inexperienced squads with as many as three freshmen starters into squads that captured two more league titles and made another pair of NCAA appearances. Huggins surprised the basketball world in 1998 by directing a team that had only one returning starter to a 27-6 record, conference regular season and tournament titles, a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament and a Top 10 finish in the polls. Huggins’ 2002 team, unranked when the season began, posted a 31-4 record, setting a Cincinnati mark for victories. Huggins has also directed star-studded teams, while developing the individual talents of players such as consensus All-Americans Danny Fortson, Kenyon Martin and Steve Logan, to a succession of conference championships and NCAA tournament runs. Huggins has achieved similar success on the recruiting trails. He signed three No. 1-rated junior college players and five McDonald’s All-Americans to Cincinnati, while six of his last nine recruiting classes ranked among the nation’s Top 10. His 2007 recruiting class at Kansas State was ranked No. 1 in the country by several outlets, Rivals.com, Scout.com and Sports Illustrated. Huggins’ first West Virginia recruiting class earned a Top 10 ranking by several scouting services. Huggins earned the Ray Meyer Award as the Conference USA Coach of the Year a record three times (1998, 1999 and 2000), and was a unanimous choice as the Conference USA Coach of the Decade. He was selected as national coach of the year by ESPN.com in 2002. He was named co-national coach of the year by The Sporting News in 2005 and was Basketball Times’ National Coach of the Year in 1998. He earned national coach of the year recognition from Hoop Scoop in 1992 and Playboy in 1993.

At Kansas State In 2006-07, Huggins led Kansas State to 23 wins, the Wildcats’ most wins in 19 years. K-State broke an eight-year postseason drought when Huggins led the Wildcats to the NIT second round. The Wildcats also collected 10 Big 12 wins for the first time since the league’s inception in 1997. Huggins earned USBWA District VI Coach of the Year honors as well as Big 12 Coach of the Year by the Kansas City Star.

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Playing Career Huggins was a three-year all-Ohio selection and the 1972 Ohio Player of the Year while playing for his father, Charles, at Indian Valley South High in Gnadenhutten, Ohio. He first attended Ohio University but transferred to West Virginia after his freshman season. Huggins was a three-year letterman for the Mountaineers under Gardner from 1975-77. As a senior and tri-captain, he helped the squad to an 18-11 overall record and a tie for the Eastern Collegiate Basketball League (ECBL) Western division title. In addition to helping the team earn its highest win total in nine seasons, he was named MVP after pacing the squad with 3.8 assists per game average. A two-time Academic All-American, Huggins graduated from West Virginia magna cum laude in 1977 and received his master’s in health administration from WVU in 1978. Huggins was born in Morgantown on Sept. 21, 1953. He and his wife, June, have two daughters, Jenna Leigh and Jacqueline.

Prior to Cincinnati Huggins earned his first head coaching assignment at Walsh College (now University), an NAIA school in North Canton, Ohio, in 1980 at the age of 27. A program with just two winning seasons in the previous 17 years, Huggins transformed the Cavalier program into one of the best in the NAIA ranks in just three short seasons. He compiled a 71-26 record (.732) from 1980 to 1983, twice guiding the team to the postseason, including their first-ever NAIA national tournament appearance. After coaching the team to 14 victories in his first season, Huggins helped produce a 23-9 record in his sophomore campaign and an NAIA district playoff appearance in 1981-82, which includes the school’s first Mid-Ohio championship. His final team finished the regular season with a 30-0 record and a No. 2 national ranking before winning four more games to qualify for the program’s first-ever NAIA national tournament. The Cavaliers lost in the national tournament to Salem College, 65-63, to end the nation’s longest winning streak of 34. Huggins was twice named NAIA District 22 Coach of the Year following the 1982 and 1983 seasons. After a one-year stint as an assistant coach at Central Florida in 1983-84, Huggins accepted his first Division I head coaching position at Akron in 1984. He quickly resurrected another program that had fallen on difficult times, as he guided the Zips to a 97-46 (.678) overall record and to postseason play in three of his five seasons. The program posted 20 or more wins in a season on four occasions. After a 12-14 mark in his first season, Huggins led Akron to its first NCAA tournament appearance and conference title at the Division I level in 1986 with a 22-8 record. Winners of the Ohio Valley Conference regular season and tournament championship, the 15th-seeded Zips lost in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to fifth-seeded Michigan, 70-64. In guiding the team to its highest win total in 13 seasons, Huggins was named the Ohio Valley Conference Coach of the Year. He continued his success with the first of three consecutive 21-win seasons in 1987 and an appearance in the first round of the NIT. Huggins capped his five-year tenure at Akron in 1989 by helping the Zips to their second trip to the NIT in 1989 with a 21-8 record. While at Akron, Huggins coached Brian Roth, who earned All-America honors in 1985, while Eric McLaughlin earned Academic All-America honors in 1989. Three players earned first team all-conference honors during his tenure, including two-time selection and 1986 Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Year Marcel Boyce. McLaughlin was also named tournament MVP during the Zips’ run to the Ohio Valley tournament championship in 1986. After his playing career at West Virginia, Huggins began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at WVU for his college coach, Joedy Gardner, in 1977. He moved to Ohio State the following season to assist head coach Eldon

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Opp. at Akron at Cincy at K. State Michigan State 1-2 Middle Tennessee State 6-5 2-0 Minnesota 6-0 Miss. Valley State 1-0 Mississippi Mississippi State 1-1 Missouri 2-0 Missouri - Kansas City 1-0 Missouri State Monmouth Morehead State 6-2 3-0 Morgan State 1-0 Mount St. Mary’s Murray State 4-2 NC State 0-1 Nebraska 1-0 1-1 NJIT New Hampshire New Mexico 1-1 New Mexico State 1-0 Nicholls State 1-0 North Carolina 1-3 North Carolina A&T 1-1 North Dakota State 1-0 Northern Arizona 1-0 Northern Illinois 3-0 Northern Iowa 1-0 Northern Kentucky Notre Dame 0-1 NW Louisiana State 1-0 Oakland 3-0 Ohio 1-2 1-0 Ohio State 0-2 Oklahoma 2-1 1-0 Oklahoma State 1-1 0-1 Old Dominion Oral Roberts 2-0 Oregon 1-0 Otterbein 1-0 Pitt 0-2 Portland 1-0 Prairie View A&M Presbyterian Providence Purdue 2-0 Radford Rhode Island 2-0 Rice 1-0 Richmond 1-0 Rider Robert Morris 2-0 1-0 Rutgers 4-0 1-0 Saint Joseph’s Sam Houston State 1-0 San Diego State Santa Clara 1-0 SE Missouri State 2-0 Seton Hall Slippery Rock 1-0 South Alabama 2-0 South Carolina 2-4 South Carolina State 1-0 South Florida 14-1 Southern 1-0 Southern California 2-0 1-0 Southern Miss 11-4 Southern Utah 1-0 Southern Utah State 1-0 St. Francis (Pa) 1-0 St. John’s St. Louis 25-6 Stanford 0-1 Stephen F. Austin 1-0 Stetson Syracuse SW Missouri State 1-0 TCU 3-0 Temple 5-4 Tennessee 2-0 Tennessee - Martin 1-0 Tennessee State 1-0 Tennessee Tech 5-2 1-0 1-0 Texas 1-0 Texas A&M 0-1 Texas A&M-CC Texas Tech 1-1 Texas Southern 1-0 The Citadel Toledo 1-2 Tulane 13-1 Tulsa 0-1 UAB 13-6 UCLA 0-1 UMBC UNC Ashville 1-0 UNC Greensboro 1-0 UNC Wilmington 1-0 5-0 UNLV 4-0 Urbana 1-0 UTEP 1-0 Valparaiso 4-0 Vanderbilt 1-0 Vermont 1-0 Villanova Virginia 1-0 Virginia Tech 3-2 VMI Wagner 1-0 Wake Forest 2-2 Washington 2-0 Weber State 1-0 West Virginia 0-1

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Huggins By The Numbers 2 – Appearances in the NCAA Final Four (1992, 2010)

3 – Times earning the Ray Meyer Award as the Conference USA Coach of the Year (1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00); also named the Conference USA Coach of the Decade 4 – Appearances in the NCAA Elite Eight (1992, 1993, 1996, 2010) 5 – Conference Players of the Year (Danny Fortson – 1996 and 1997; Kenyon Martin – 2000; Steve Logan 2001 and 2002) 6 – Times named National Coach of the Year (1991-92 – Hoop Scoop, 1992-93 – Playboy, 1997-98 – Basketball Times, 1999-2000 – The Sporting News, 200102 – ESPN.com, 2014-15 – Jim Phelan Award) 9 – Number of NCAA Tournament appearances at West Virginia (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018) 9 – Top-10 final poll rankings 10 – Conference tournament titles 13 – Number of All-Americans in coaching tenure (Bobby Brannan - 1998, Da’Sean Butler – 2010, Jevon Carter – 2018, Danny Fortson -- 1995-1997, DerMarr Johnson - 2000, Kevin Jones – 2012, Steve Logan – 2001-2002, Kenyon Martin – 1999-2000, Pete Mickeal - 2000, Ruben Patterson - 1998, Juwan Staten – 2015, Nick Van Exel - 1993, Dontonio Wingfield - 1994) 13 – Conference regular season titles 14 – Consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances at Cincinnati (1992-2005) 19 – NBA Draft picks, including six first round selections and four lottery picks (Marcel Boyce – 1987; Corie Blount and Nick Van Exel – 1993; Dontonio Wingfield – 1994; Danny Fortson – 1997; Ruben Patterson – 1998; Melvin Levett – 1999; Kenyon Martin, DerMarr Johnson and Pete Mickeal – 2000; Kenny Satterfield – 2001; Steve Logan – 2002; Jason Maxiell – 2005; James White – 2006; Joe Alexander – 2008; Bill Walker – 2008; Da’Sean Butler and Devin Ebanks – 2010; Jevon Carter -- 2018) 24 – NCAA Tournament Appearances 29 – Number of 20-win seasons in his 36 years as a head coach, including 18 seasons of 25 wins or more 33 – Postseason appearances; 24 NCAA appearances, six NIT appearances (two at Akron; two at Cincinnati; one at Kansas State; one at West Virginia) one CBI and two NAIA 69 – All-Conference selections in Division I (43 at Cincinnati; three at Akron; two at Kansas State; 21 at West Virginia) 860– Number of victories; ranking him fourth among active NCAA Division I coaches and eighth all-time

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2019-20 WINNINGEST ACTIVE DIVISION I MEN’S BASKETBALL COACHES BY VICTORIES (Minimum five years as a Division I head coach; includes record at four-year U.S. colleges only.) No. Coach 1. Mike Krzyzewski 2. Jim Boeheim 3. Roy Williams 4. Bob Huggins 5. Cliff Ellis 6. John Calipari 7. Rick Barnes 8. Bill Self 9. Jim Larranaga 9. Dana Altman 11. Lon Kruger 12. Greg Kampe 12. Kelvin Sampson 14. Tubby Smith 15. Tom Izzo

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WINNINGEST DIVISION I MEN’S BASKETBALL COACHES ALL-TIME BY VICTORIES (Minimum 10 head coaching seasons in Division I) Coach 1. Mike Krzyzewski* 2. Jim Boeheim* 3. Bob Knight 4. Jim Calhoun* 5. Dean Smith 6. Adolph Rupp 7. Roy Williams* 8. Bob Huggins* 9. Jim Phelan 10. Rollie Massimino 11. Eddie Sutton 12. Rick Byrd 13. Lefty Driesell 14. Lute Olson 15. Lou Henson 16. Cliff Ellis* 17. Bo Ryan 18. Ed Diddle 19. Henry Iba 20. John Beilein 21. Phog Allen 22. John Chaney 23. Jerry Tarkanian 23. Norm Stewart 24. Ray Meyer 25. Don Haskins 26. Jerry Slocum 27. Don Haskins 28. John Calipari* 29. Larry Hunter 30. Rick Barnes* 31. Bill Self* 32. Mike Montgomery 33. Denny Crum 34. Gary Williams 35. John Wooden

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Coach, Team and Seasons Mike Krzyzewski, Army 1976-80, Duke 81-2019 Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 1977-2019 Cliff Ellis, South Ala. 1976-84, Clemson 85-94, Auburn 95-2004, Coastal Caro. 08-19 1,222 Bob Huggins, Walsh 1981-83, Akron 85-89, Cincinnati 90-2005, Kansas St. 07, West Virginia 08-19 1,105 Roy Williams, Kansas 1989-03, North Carolina 2004-19

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Coach, Team and Seasons Mike Krzyzewski, Army 1976-80, Duke 81-2019 Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 1977-2019 Roy Williams, Kansas 1989-2003, North Carolina 04-19 Bob Huggins, Akron 1985-89, Cincinnati 90-2005, Kansas St. 07, West Virginia 08-18 John Calipari, Massachusetts 1989-96, Memphis 200109, Kentucky 10-19

MOST CONSECUTIVE DIVISION I 20-WIN SEASONS No. 23 21 20 15 14 14 13 13 12 11 11 11 11 11

Coach, Team and Seasons Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 1997-2019 Bill Self, Tulsa 1999-00, Illinois 01-03, Kansas 04-19 Mark Few, Gonzaga 2000-19 Roy Williams, North Carolina 2005-19 Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 1983-96 Roy Williams, Kansas 1990-2003 Rick Barnes, Texas 2000-12 John Calipari, Massachusetts 1991-96, Memphis 2001-07 Keith Dambrot, Akron 2006-17 Bob Huggins, Cincinnati 1992-2002 Dana Altman, Creighton 1999-2009 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 1984-94 Jamie Dixon, Pitt 2004-14 John Calipari, Memphis 2009, Kentucky 2011-19

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Coach, Team and Seasons Mike Krzyzewski, Army 1976-80, Duke 81-2019* Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 1977-2019* Dean Smith, North Carolina 1962-97 Bob Knight, Army 1966-71, Indiana 72-2000, Texas Tech 02-08 Roy Williams, Kansas 1989-2003, North Carolina 0419* Lute Olson, Long Beach St. 1974, Iowa 75-83, Arizona 84-2007 Bob Huggins, Akron 1985-89, Cincinnati 90-2005, Kansas St. 07, West Virginia 08-19* Eddie Sutton, Creighton 1970-74, Arkansas 75-85, Kentucky 86-89, Oklahoma St. 91-2006, San Francisco 08 Jerry Tarkanian, Long Beach St. 1969-73, UNLV 74-92, Fresno St. 96-2002 Jim Calhoun, Northeastern 1973-86, Connecticut 872012 John Calipari, Massachusetts 1989-96, Memphis 200109, Kentucky 10-19* Adolph Rupp, Kentucky 1931-52, 54-72 Lefty Driesell, Davidson 1961-69, Maryland 70-86, James Madison 89-97, Georgia St. 98-2003 Mike Montgomery, Montana 1979-86, Stanford 872004, California 09-14 Bill Self, Kansas Oral Roberts 1994-97, Tulsa 98-2000, Illinois 01-03, Kansas 04-19*

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Score 82-53 79-81 79-52 67-62 73-69 72-47 66-61 95-76 73-60 81-66 60-46 65-67 61-82 52-62 89-76 76-70 95-73 96-78 68-71 82-74 91-63 62-64 87-83 93-83 74-73 76-66 58-63

AP Rankings Date UA Opp Opponent N26 — — Davis & Elkins N30 — — at Bowling Green D5 — — at Ohio State D7 — — at Kent State D10 — — at Cleveland State D14 — — Md. Eastern Shore D21 — — Hiram D28 — — Morgan State D30 — — Ashland J4 — — at Youngstown State* J11 — — Eastern Kentucky* J13 — — Morehead State* J16 — — at UNC-Wilmington J18 — — at Austin Peay* J20 — — at Murray State* J22 — — Urbana J25 — — at Tennessee Tech* J27 — — at Middle Tennessee* J29 — — at Central Florida F1 — — Youngstown State F3 — — at Detroit F8 — — Middle Tennessee* F10 — — Tennessee Tech* F15 — — at Morehead State* F17 — — at Eastern Kentucky* F22 — — Murray State* F24 — — Austin Peay* Ohio Valley Tournament M3 — — Tennessee Tech M7 — — Middle Tennessee NCAA Tournament M14 — 5 Michigan

W/L Score W 93-70 W 90-85 L 73-91 L 60-66 L 76-88 W 84-56 W 102-59 W 79-56 W 84-58 W 64-62 W 63-55 W 85-75 W 82-73 W 77-67 L 77-83 W 117-79 W 66-54 W 78-70 W 81-70 L 62-50 W 53-51 L 72-86 W 79-69 W 67-64 L 64-84 W 76-57 W 84-72 W W

67-58 68-63

L

64-70

AP Rankings Date UA Opp Opponent W/L Score N30 — — Ashland W 69-52 McDonald’s Zip Classsic D4 — — Rice W 74-67 D5 — — Western Illinois L 73-77 D7 — — Robert Morris W 74-61 D9 — — Ohio W 76-69 D12 — — at Kent State L 74-92 D21 — 3 Pittsburgh L 63-67 D30 — — Bethune-Cookman W 85-51 J2 — — North Carolina A&T W 63-57 J6 — — at Cleveland State L 73-80 J9 — — at Youngstown State W 80-61 J11 — — at Middle Tennessee L 78-82 J18 — — Middle Tennessee W 76-72 J20 — — Otterbein W 109-54 J23 — — at Northern Illinois W 75-68 J25 — — at Chicago State W 61-56 J28 — — Kenyon W 75-53 J30 — — Brooklyn College W 96-57 F3 — — at North Carolina A&T L 70-92 F6 — — Youngstown State W 90-59 F10 — — at Wright State W 88-81 F13 — — at Brooklyn College W 97-70 F15 — — Florida International W 103-58 F17 — — Wright State (OT) W 89-82 F20 — — Chicago State W 78-58 F24 — — at Western Illinois L 71-76 F27 — — Morehead State W 90-67 M5 — — at Western Michigan W 79-74

1988-89 21-8 // NIT FIRST ROUND

W W W

105-66 102-77 81-65

[

A

F

F

Kent State Kansas State at Boise State at Brooklyn College at Middle Tennessee Cleveland State at Oral Roberts Youngstown State Wright State at Northern Illinois Western Michigan at Ohio Northern Illinois at Youngstown State at Morehead State Southern Utah State at Central Florida at Florida International at Wright State Oral Roberts Brooklyn College Western Illinois Weber State

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

78-69 68-70 62-65 109-68 94-99 77-78 88-84 97-73 87-78 80-69 97-64 72-76 90-70 99-73 87-89 79-53 75-71 87-80 86-70 91-72 102-44 88-53 92-50

at Ohio State

L

70-81

AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent W/L N25 — 20 Minnesota W N29 — — at UNC Wilmington W D2 — — Miami (Ohio) L D16 — — Dayton W D18 — — Southern W Kentucky Invitational D22 — — UL-Lafayette L D23 — — Portland W Rainbow Classic D28 — — Creighton W D29 — 13 Duke L D30 — — Rutgers W J4 — 8 at Louisville* W J6 — — Coastal Carolina L J8 — — at Toledo L J11 — — Florida State* W J13 — — at South Carolina* L J18 — — Morehead State W J20 — — at Virginia Tech* W J22 — — at Arkansas State L J25 — — Tulane* W J27 — — Southern Mississippi* L J31 — 25 at Xavier (Ohio) (OT) L F3 — — at Memphis* L F5 — — Alcorn State W F8 — — at Florida State* W F10 — — South Carolina* W F15 — — Memphis* W F17 — — Virginia Tech* W F22 — — at Southern Mississippi* L F24 — — at Tulane* W M1 — — Louisville* L Metro Conference Tournament M8 — — Florida State (OT) W M9 — — Southern Miss L NIT Tournament M16 — — Bowling Green W M20 — — DePaul L

21-7

Score 64-57 67-87

T

20-14/9-5 METRO (2ND) // NIT SECOND ROUND

72-79

W/L W L

S

1989-90

103-74 85-94

1987-88

AP Rankings Date UA Opp Opponent N26 — — Boise State N28 — — at N.C. State McDonald’s Zip Classic D2 — — Delaware State D3 — — Stephen F. Austin D5 — — Middle Tennessee

L

CINCINNATI ERA (1989-2005)

1985-86 22-8/10-4 OHIO VALLEY NCAA FIRST ROUND // OHIO VALLEY CHAMPIONS

L

D10 — — D19 — — D21 — — J4 — — J7 — — J11 — — J14 — — J16 — — J21 — — J23 — — J28 — — J31 — — F2 — — F4 — — F6 — — F9 — — F11 — — F13 — — F18 — — F22 — — F27 — — M1 — — M4 — — NIT Tournament — —

21-9/9-5 OHIO VALLEY // NIT FIRST ROUND

1984-85 AP Rankings Date UA Opp D1 — — D8 — — D12 — — D15 — — D17 — — D22 — — J2 — — J5 — — J9 — — J12 — — J14 — — J16 — — J19 — — J21 — — J26 — — J28 — — J31 — — F2 — — F4 — — F9 — — F11 — — F13 — — F16 — — F18 — — F23 — — F25 — —

A

62

]

Score 66-64 66-55 59-63 90-88 83-72 88-89 75-53 60-58 83-95 79-71 71-66 72-73 72-84 82-62 53-59 68-61 62-59 65-66 73-64 76-83 88-90 64-82 89-52 72-69 76-51 82-76 94-80 63-70 66-58 71-86 65-64 63-75 75-60 59-61

1990-91 18-12/8-6 METRO (3RD) NIT SECOND ROUND AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent W/L Delta Airlines Bearcat Classic N23 — — Sam Houston State W N24 — — Kent W N28 — — Kentucky L D1 — — at Miami (Ohio) L D8 — — UNC-Asheville W D13 — — Michigan State L D15 — — at Evansville W D17 — — St. Francis (Pa.) W D20 — — at Minnesota W D22 — 21 East Tennessee State L D29 — — at Dayton W J3 — — Louisville* W J10 — — at Florida State* L J12 — — at South Carolina* L J19 — — Virginia Tech* W J24 — — at Tulane* W J26 — 15 at Southern Mississippi* W J30 — — Xavier (Ohio) W F2 — — Memphis* W F7 — — Florida State* W F9 — — South Carolina* W F14 — — at Memphis* L F16 — — at Virginia Tech* (OT) L F20 — 11 Southern Mississippi* W F23 — — Tulane* L F25 — — Valparaiso W F28 — — at Louisville* L Metro Conference Tournament M7 — — Virginia Tech L NIT Tournament M13 — — Ball State W M18 — — at Oklahoma (OT) L

Score 94-65 89-62 71-75 64-72 95-51 63-65 58-48 79-68 72-64 79-90 75-71 72-64 67-72 69-85 77-61 60-56 76-69 69-56 73-59 76-67 68-59 63-70 81-85 86-72 59-70 90-47 61-68 69-75 82-55 81-89

1991-92 29-5/8-2 GREAT MIDWEST (1ST) // GREAT MIDWEST CO-CHAMPIONS // GREAT MIDWEST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS // NCAA FINAL FOUR FINAL RANKING: NO. 12 (AP), NO. 5 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent Delta Airlines Bearcat Classic N22 — — Austin Peay N23 — — American N25 — — Farleigh Dickinson N30 — — Miami (Ohio) D3 — — Cleveland State D6 — — East Carolina D16 — — at UMKC D21 — 12 Michigan State D31 — — South Florida J4 — 10 Indiana J6 — — Middle Tennessee State J8 — — at Tennessee J11 — — Saint Louis* J15 — — at DePaul* J18 — — Memphis* J22 — — Eastern Kentucky J25 — — UAB* J29 — — at Xavier (Ohio) F1 — — at Marquette* F5 — — Dayton* F12 24 — Brooklyn F15 24 — at Saint Louis* F20 19 — DePaul* F22 19 — at South Alabama F27 19 — Marquette* F29 19 — at UAB* M7 14 — at Memphis* Great Midwest Tournament M13 12 — Marquette M14 12 — Memphis NCAA Midwest Regional M20 12 — Delaware M22 12 14 Michigan State NCAA Midwest Regional Finals M27 12 — Texas-El Paso M29 12 — Memphis NCAA Final Four A4 12 15 Michigan

W/L

Score

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

108-77 72-69 75-58 82-62 91-56 105-69 65-61 89-90 80-60 60-81 79-70 62-51 79-66 66-75 75-66 81-41 76-52 93-75 71-57 77-48 108-54 89-60 69-71 104-78 70-59 63-58 69-59

W W

62-49 75-63

W W

85-47 77-65

W W

69-67 88-57

L

72-76


B

A

S

K

E

T

B

A

L

L

S

T

A

F

F

1992-93

1993-94

1994-95

1995-96

27-5/8-2 // GREAT MIDWEST (1ST) GREAT MIDWEST CHAMPIONS // GREAT MIDWEST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS // NCAA REGIONAL FINALS (ELITE EIGHT)

22-10/7-5 GREAT MIDWEST (4TH) GREAT MIDWEST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS // NCAA FIRST ROUND

23-11/7-5 // GREAT MIDWEST (3RD) // GREAT MIDWEST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS // NCAA SECOND ROUND

28-5/11-3 // CONFERENCE USA (1ST) // CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONS // CONFERENCE USA TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS // NCAA REGIONAL FINAL (ELITE EIGHT)

FINAL RANKING: NO. 7 (AP), NO. 6 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent D1 22 — Texas Southern Delta Airlines Bearcat Classic D11 19 — SE Missouri State D12 19 — Georgia Southern D19 19 4 at Indiana D26 23 — Temple D29 21 — at Dayton* J2 21 — South Alabama J4 16 — Tennessee J7 16 22 at Massachusetts J9 16 — at Saint Louis* J13 11 — at Cleveland State J16 11 — at DePaul* J19 9 — Chicago State J23 9 — UAB* J27 6 — Xavier (Ohio) J30 6 — DePaul* F1 4 — at Miami (Ohio) F3 4 — Austin Peay F6 4 — at Memphis* F10 8 15 Marquette* F13 8 — Saint Louis* F17 8 — at South Florida* 7-Up Shootout F21 8 4 Arizona F25 10 20 at Marquette F27 10 — at UAB M6 12 — Memphis Great Midwest Tournament M12 11 — DePaul M13 11 — Memphis NCAA East Regional M19 7 — Coppin State M21 7 24 New Mexico State NCAA East Regional Finals M26 7 — Virginia M28 7 4 North Carolina

W/L W

Score 87-44

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

83-58 91-57 64-79 68-45 65-55 87-49 79-58 64-53 80-65 72-63 70-64 103-43 40-38 78-67 80-54 74-68 98-61 66-68 55-53 64-39 72-50

L W L W

60-70 66-57 60-67 78-55

W W

78-69 77-72

W W

93-66 92-55

W (OT) L

71-54 68-75

FINAL RANKING: NO. 25 (AP), NO. 30 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent Preseason NIT N17 19 — Butler N19 19 1 at North Carolina N29 23 — Wyoming D1 23 — Tennessee State D3 23 — Washington Delta Airlines Bearcat Classic D10 20 — Cleveland State D11 20 — Rutgers D16 17 4 at Temple D18 17 — Youngstown State D22 20 — Miami (Ohio) D28 18 — Robert Morris D31 18 — at Austin Peay J5 17 — Chicago State J9 17 — UAB* J15 21 — at Dayton* J19 19 22 at Xavier (Ohio) J23 19 — at Memphis* J27 — 8 Massachusetts J29 — — DePaul* F3 25 — Memphis* F5 25 17 at UAB* F10 — 22 Marquette* F13 — 22 at Marquette* F16 23 18 Saint Louis* 7-Up Shootout F20 23 19 California F23 — 19 at Saint Louis* F26 — — Dayton* M2 — — at DePaul* Great Midwest Tournament M10 — — DePaul M11 — 19 Marquette M12 — — Memphis NCAA West Regional M17 25 — Wisconsin

W/L

Score

W L W W W

90-72 63-90 73-49 79-70 88-72

AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent N26 12 — Austin Peay N28 10 — at Rutgers Tournament of Champions D2 10 — at Temple D3 10 2 at North Carolina Delta Airlines Bearcat Classic D9 13 — Canisius D10 13 — UT-Martin D13 17 12 at Minnesota D17 17 — at Wyoming D19 13 — Cal State Northridge D21 13 24 California Rainbow Classic D28 20 17 Georgia Tech D29 20 3 Arkansas D30 20 — at Hawai’i J6 — — at DePaul* J9 — — Xavier (Ohio) J12 — — at Marquette* J14 — — Tulane* J19 23 — Saint Louis* J21 23 — DePaul* J26 19 — at Dayton* J28 19 — at Saint Louis* F3 23 — at Memphis* F5 23 — Marquette* F12 — — Dayton* F16 — — Morehead State 7-Up Shootout F19 — 7 Maryland F26 — — at UAB* M2 — — Memphis* M4 — — UAB* Great Midwest Tournament M9 — — DePaul M10 — — Memphis M11 — — Saint Louis NCAA West Regional M16 — — Temple M18 — 8 Connecticut

W 92-70 W 75-61 L 72-88 W 95-55 W 78-75 W 84-59 W 85-75 W 103-49 L 65-67 W 79-63 (OT) L 76-82 L 55-62 W 76-74 W 66-43 W 69-64 L 67-83 L 60-61 (2OT) W 89-82 W 78-73 L L W W

80-89 67-70 93-54 81-65

W W W

95-86 72-63 68-47

L

72-80

[

63

]

W/L Score W 108-73 W 72-61 W L

60-41 76-86

L W (OT)W W W W

69-72 110-56 91-88 81-80 116-54 76-89*

W 69-66 L 75-84 L 66-75 W 67-64 W 87-80 W 91-64 W 86-72 W 84-73 W 92-82 W 81-60 L 68-75 (OT) L 69-74 L 52-59 W 116-63 W 91-59 L L L W

72-74 63-64 73-83 85-61

(OT) W 96-95 W 77-64 W 67-65 W L

77-71 91-96

FINAL RANKING: NO. 7 (AP), NO. 6 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent W/L N29 21 — Wyoming W Delta Airlines Bearcat Classic D7 17 — UNC Wilmington W D8 17 — Wagner W D9 17 — at Arkansas W D13 12 — Minnesota W Gatorade Rock-N-Roll Shootout D16 12 — Temple W D20 9 24 at California W D30 5 — McNeese State W J6 5 — at South Florida* W J11 4 — at Southern Mississippi* W J13 4 — Marquette* W J17 3 — at Xavier (Ohio) W J21 3 — at UAB* L J25 5 — DePaul* W J28 5 — Southern California W J31 5 — Charlotte* W F2 5 — Illinois State W F4 5 — South Florida* W F7 5 — Saint Louis* W 7-Up Shootout F11 5 13 Arizona L F17 6 — at DePaul* W F19 6 — at Saint Louis* W F22 6 21 Louisville* L F25 6 — at Tulane* W F29 7 14 Memphis* W M2 7 — at Marquette* L Conference USA Tournament M7 8 — Saint Louis (OT) W M8 8 22 Louisville W M9 8 21 Marquette (OT) W NCAA Southeast Regional M15 7 — UNC Greensboro W M17 7 — Temple W NCAA Southeast Regional Finals M22 7 13 Georgia Tech W M24 7 19 Mississippi State L

Score 101-51 82-47 100-64 82-67 84-50 70-49 77-70 103-69 71-69 75-70 91-70 99-90 68-70 71-61 85-53 78-64 91-57 79-60 81-49 76-79 87-60 69-64 66-72 65-63 71-66 72-74 62-59 92-81 85-84 66-61 78-65 87-70 63-73


B

1996-97 26-8/12-2 // CONFERENCE USA (1ST) // CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONS // NCAA REGIONAL FINAL (ELITE EIGHT) FINAL RANKING: NO. 10 (AP), NO. 16 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent W/L N23 1 — Western Carolina W N26 1 — Xavier L N30 1 — Rutgers W Great Eight D4 4 1 Kansas L D17 7 — Howard W D19 7 — Eastern Michigan W Gatorade Rock-N-Roll Shootout D28 7 — Western Kentucky W Puerto Rico Holiday Classic D30 7 — SE Missouri State W D31 6 — Nebraska W J1 6 — SW Missouri State W J5 6 — at Saint Louis* W J8 6 — UAB* W J10 6 — Miami (Ohio) W Atlantic 10/Conference USA Challenge J16 4 — Temple L J18 4 — Arkansas W J21 9 — at Charlotte* W J26 9 — at Southern California W J30 8 9 at Louisville* L F1 8 — DePaul* W F6 12 21 Tulane* W F8 12 — Marquette* W F10 12 — at Washington W F13 8 — Saint Louis* W F15 8 12 South Carolina L F18 11 — Houston* W F20 11 — at South Florida* W F22 11 — at DePaul* W F25 9 — Southern Mississippi* W F27 9 — at Marquette* W M1 9 — at Memphis* L Conference USA Tournament M6 10 — Saint Louis W M7 10 — Marquette L NCAA Midwest Regional M13 10 — Butler W M15 10 18 Iowa State L

Score 99-72 69-71 105-65

A

S

K

E

F14 19 — South Florida* F19 17 — at UAB* F21 17 — DePaul* F26 17 — Charlotte* F28 17 — Saint Louis* Conference USA Tournament M5 14 — Louisville M6 14 — UAB M7 14 — Charlotte NCAA West Regional M12 9 — Northern Arizona M14 9 — West Virginia

T

B

A

W W W W W

72-55 93-76 75-38 68-67 61-58

W W W

64-50 100-85 71-57

W L

65-62 74-75

27-6/12-4 // CONFERENCE USA (1ST) // CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONS // NCAA SECOND ROUND

81-57

FINAL RANKING: NO. 11 (AP), NO. 11 (COACHES)

80-57 84-73 101-60 64-52 74-54 91-61 55-70 92-57 77-67 100-81 70-81 90-53 65-64 91-70 82-69 69-56 83-97 97-64 76-56 83-54 63-49 80-74 63-75 71-43 79-91 86-69 66-67

1997-98 27-6/14-2 CONFERENCE USA (1ST) CONFERENCE USA SEASON CHAMPIONS // CONFERENCE USA TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS // NCAA SECOND ROUND FINAL RANKING: NO. 9 (AP), NO. 14 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent W/L Score Chase NIT N19 — — Detroit W 76-66 N21 — — Arizona State L 79-87 N30 — — Morehead State W 87-57 D3 — — Alcorn State W 90-76 D6 — — Wright State W 85-60 D13 — 10 at Xavier (Ohio) L 68-88 D17 — — Minnesota W 81-71 D20 — — Eastern Kentucky W 106-54 Gatorade Rock-N-Roll Shootout D27 — — Massachusetts (OT) W 74-66 D30 — — Winthrop W 79-36 J4 — — at Houston* W 81-68 J8 — — Memphis* W 61-54 J11 — 20 Marquette* W 68-51 J15 — — Southern Mississippi* W 77-61 J18 — — at Louisville* W 71-57 J20 21 — at Tulane* W 60-50 J22 21 — at Marquette* (OT) L 63-66 J25 21 22 Rhode Island W 88-82 J29 18 — Louisville* W 67-61 F1 18 13 at South Carolina L 65-67 F5 20 — at DePaul* W 109-73 F7 20 — at Charlotte* L 62-69 F12 19 — at Saint Louis* W 70-43

AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent N19 17 25 at Rhode Island Great Alaska Shootout N25 15 — Southern Utah N27 15 — Iowa State N28 15 1 Duke D5 6 — Oakland D12 4 — UL-Lafayette D14 4 — Nicholls State D16 4 17 at Minnesota Las Vegas Shootout D19 4 — at UNLV D22 4 — Houston Gatorade Rock-N-Roll Shootout D27 4 — Dayton D30 3 — UNC Wilmington J4 3 — Marquette* J6 3 — DePaul* J9 3 — at Southern Mississippi* J14 3 — at Charlotte* J16 3 — Oklahoma J21 5 24 at Louisville* J23 5 — Saint Louis* J28 5 — Xavier (Ohio) J30 5 — UAB* F3 3 — Tulane* F6 3 — at DePaul* F10 4 — at Marquette* F14 4 — at Saint Louis* F17 9 — Charlotte* F21 9 — Louisville* F25 9 — at South Florida* F27 9 — at Memphis* Conference USA Tournament M4 7 — South Florida M5 7 — Charlotte NCAA East Regional M12 7 — George Mason M14 7 — Temple

W/L W

Score 70-53

W W W W W W (OT) W

76-63 60-52 77-75 106-78 91-65 82-48 62-61

W W

86-73 115-78

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

53-51 81-52 75-56 87-64 54-52 60-62 72-59 81-55 55-44 87-77 73-60 82-63 60-61 58-62 57-69 82-69 91-78 64-53 89-64

W L

76-56 52-55

W L

72-48 54-64

S

T

A

F

F W 67-48 W 72-59 W 73-59 W 75-55 W 72-60 W 75-65 W 89-72 W 70-62 W 93-80 W 87-64 W 77-65 L 69-77 W 95-69 W 68-59 W 64-62 W 84-41 L

58-68

W L

64-47 61-69

2000-01 25-10/11-5 // CONFERENCE USA (1ST) // CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONS // NCAA REGIONAL SEMIFINALS (SWEET SIXTEEN) FINAL RANKING: NO. 22 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent W/L N18 17 — Boise State W N21 16 — Marshall W John Wooden Tradition N25 16 14 Notre Dame L N28 22 24 at Dayton W D11 18 — Oakland W D16 17 — Xavier (Ohio) L Las Vegas Showdown D18 17 — at UNLV W Puerto Rico Holiday Classic D20 22 — Youngstown State W D21 22 — Clemson W D22 22 17 Alabama (OT) W D28 19 — UNC Wilmington W Gatorade Rock-N-Roll Shootout D30 19 — Toledo L J6 25 — Charlotte* W J10 — — at Marquette* L J13 — — at Louisville* W J17 — — UAB* W J20 — — at Saint Louis (OT) L J24 — — Louisville* L J27 — 8 Wake Forest (OT) W J29 — — Tulane* W F1 — — at Charlotte* L F3 — — DePaul* W F10 — — at Southern Mississippi* W F15 — — at Memphis* W F18 — — Marquette* (OT) L F21 — — Saint Louis* W F24 — — Houston* W M1 — — at South Florida* W M3 — — at DePaul* W Conference USA Tournament M8 — — UAB W M9 — — Memphis W M10 — — Charlotte L NCAA West Regional M15 — — Brigham Young W M17 — — Kent State W NCAA West Regional Semifinals M22 — 2 Stanford L

1999-2000 29-4/16-0 // CONFERENCE USA (1ST) // CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONS // NCAA SECOND ROUND FINAL RANKING: NO. 7 (AP), NO. 7 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent W/L Score N20 1 — at Youngstown State W 94-76 Big Island Invitational N26 1 — Cleveland State W 91-56 N27 1 — Santa Clara W 88-67 N28 1 — Iowa State W 75-60 Gatorade Rock-N-Roll Shootout D4 1 25 Gonzaga W 75-68 Great Eight D8 1 7 at North Carolina W 77-68 D11 1 — Mississippi Valley State W 74-48 D16 1 — at Saint Louis* W 79-64 D18 1 — at Xavier (Ohio) L 64-66 D22 4 21 at Oklahoma W 72-57 D27 4 — UW-Milwaukee W 93-60 D30 3 — at Boise State W 78-46 J2 3 — UNLV W 106-66 J5 3 — Charlotte* W 81-54

[

L

J8 3 — Marquette* J12 1 — at Tulane* J14 1 — Ohio J19 1 — Memphis* J23 1 — at Marquette* J27 1— at Louisville* J29 1— South Florida* F3 1— at Charlotte* F5 1— at UAB* F13 1— DePaul* F17 1— at Houston* F20 1 15 Temple F23 3 — Southern Mississippi* F27 3 — Louisville* M2 2 — at DePaul* M4 2 — Saint Louis* Conference USA Tournament M9 1 — vs. Saint Louis NCAA South Regional M17 7 — UNC Wilmington M19 7 18 Tulsa

1998-99

65-72 90-46 102-79

L

64

]

Score 73-61 79-75 51-69 82-75 97-58 67-69 90-72 74-65 88-80 77-74 65-55 66-69 76-66 44-47 72-52 90-83 62-71 54-63 78-72 105-57 58-60 91-70 64-52 66-65 63-66 68-61 85-50 77-66 75-62 73-70 89-79 72-80 84-59 66-43 65-78

2001-02 31-4/14-2 // CONFERENCE USA (1ST) // CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONS // CONFERENCE USA TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS // NCAA SECOND ROUND FINAL RANKING: NO. 5 (AP), NO. 8 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent W/L Score N16 — 18 at Oklahoma State L 62-69 N20 — — Wright State W 83-54 N24 — — UNLV W 74-61 N28 — — Dayton W 77-55 D1 — — Duquesne W 74-41 D8 — — Coppin State W 90-39 D10 — — Toledo W 68-55 D14 — — at Xavier (Ohio) W 75-55 Las Vegas Classic D17 25 — Richmond W 77-46 D20 25 — UL-Monroe W 102-66 D21 25 — Mississippi State W 90-56 D22 25 — Purdue W 79-62 Gatorade Rock-N-Roll Shootout D29 17 — Akron W 73-57 J5 13 — at East Carolina* W 72-62 J8 10 — Charlotte* W 71-58 J12 10 — at Houston* W 83-62 J16 7 — DePaul* W 89-72 J19 7 — Louisville* W 77-50 J22 4 — at Saint Louis* W 54-50 J26 4 — at South Florida* W 78-68 J29 4 — East Carolina* W 75-48 F2 4 — at Marquette* L 60-74 F6 6 — at Charlotte* W 85-66 F9 6 19 at Wake Forest W 103-94 F12 5 — Saint Louis* W 67-53 F15 5 — Southern Mississippi* W 89-37 F19 4 — at DePaul* W 79-62 F22 4 9 Marquette* W 63-62 F27 4 — at Louisville* L 71-74 M3 4 — Memphis* (OT) W 80-75 Conference USA Tournament M7 5 — South Florida W 79-57 M8 5 — Charlotte W 71-55 M9 5 13 Marquette W 77-63 NCAA West Regional M15 5 — Boston University W 90-52 M17 5 — UCLA (2OT) L 101-105

2002-03 17-12/9-7 // CONFERENCE USA (4TH) // NCAA FIRST ROUND AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent N23 23 — Tennessee Tech N26 21 — Florida A&M N30 21 — at Dayton D2 — — Valparaiso D7 — — Xavier (Ohio) D14 — — LaSalle Jimmy V Classic D17 — — Oregon D22 — — at Clemson D28 — — Miami (Ohio) J2 — — Chattanooga J8 — — DePaul* J11 — — at TCU* J15 — — at Saint Louis* J18 — — Tulane* J22 — — at East Carolina* J25 — — Charlotte* J29 — — at DePaul* F1 — 18 Marquette* F5 — 5 at Louisville* F9 — 11 Oklahoma State F15 — — at Charlotte* F18 — — Saint Louis* F22 — 4 Louisville* F26 — — East Carolina* M1 — 24 Memphis* M5 — — UAB* M8 — 8 Marquette*

W/L W W L W L W

Score 54-48 80-53 69-75 76-50 44-50 65-62

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

77-52 51-58 66-54 81-51 64-56 83-72 66-56 77-54 59-53 83-79 52-56 76-82 71-77 61-50 64-74 55-58 101-80 53-52 48-67 87-70 61-70


B Conference USA Tournament M12 — — Southern Mississippi NCAA West Regional M20 — — Gonzaga

L

61-63

L

69-74

2003-04 25-7/12-4 // CONFERENCE USA (1ST) // CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONS // CONFERENCE USA TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS // NCAA SECOND ROUND FINAL RANKING: NO. 11 (AP), NO. 18 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent W/L N22 18 — Akron W N24 18 — Oakland W N29 18 — Coppin State W D2 19 — at Valparaiso W D17 16 — Clemson W D20 16 — Middle Tennessee State W D23 14 23 Dayton W D27 14 — Miami (Ohio) W D30 12 — Elon W J7 11 — at Tulane* W J10 11 — DePaul* W J14 10 21 at Marquette* W J17 10 — TCU* W J21 6 5 at Louisville* L J24 6 — at Southern Mississippi* W J28 8 — East Carolina* W J31 8 — Charlotte* L F3 10 — at Xavier L F7 10 — at Houston* W F11 13 — South Florida* W F15 13 20 at Wake Forest L F18 17 — at UAB* L F21 17 10 Louisville* (OT) W F25 15 — Saint Louis* W F28 15 — at Charlotte* W M4 13 — at DePaul* L M6 13 20 Memphis* W Conference USA Tournament M11 13 — Louisville W M12 13 — Saint Louis W M13 13 — DePaul W NCAA Atlanta Regional M19 11 — East Tennessee State W M21 11 13 Illinois L

Score 88-66 89-60 76-56 68-49 79-56 89-54 82-53 83-63 102-63 71-44 90-65 85-73 85-57 66-93 83-47 80-57 83-86 69-71 54-51 80-67 85-91 69-80 66-61 77-52 75-67 65-68 83-79 64-62 66-46 55-50 80-77 68-92

2004-05 25-8/12-4 // CONFERENCE USA (1ST) // CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONS // NCAA SECOND ROUND FINAL RANKING: NO. 11 (AP), NO. 18 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date UC Opp Opponent W/L N19 — — Valparaiso W N24 — — Northern Iowa (2OT) W John Wooden Tradition N27 — — Purdue W D4 — — at Dayton W D9 — — Vanderbilt W D11 — — Detroit W D18 25 — Northwestern State (La.) W D20 22 — Jackson State W D22 22 — LaSalle W D27 22 — Miami (Ohio) W Las Vegas Holiday Classic D30 22 — Longwood W D31 22 1 Illinois L J6 23 — DePaul* W J8 23 — at Saint Louis* W J12 18 — at East Carolina* W J15 18 19 Louisville* L J19 18 — Charlotte* W J22 20 3 Wake Forest L J27 21 — at South Florida* W J29 21 — Houston* W F2 18 9 at Louisville* L F5 18 — at Charlotte* L F10 21 — Xavier (Ohio) W

Score 88-70 76-70 79-59 65-55 88-72 61-44 81-65 95-43 84-63 77-53 95-69 45-67 83-54 69-53 84-78 66-69 80-58 70-74 74-48 87-68 70-77 90-91 65-54

A

S

K

E

F12 21 — at DePaul* F19 24 — UAB* F24 24 — Marquette* F26 24 — at TCU* M2 22 — Tulane* M5 22 — at Memphis* Conference USA Tournament M10 21 — South Florida NCAA Austin Regional M17 23 — Iowa M19 23 7 Kentucky

T

B

A

L W W W W W

66-85 72-69 80-68 89-74 77-56 62-60

L

68-80

W L

76-64 60-69

L

23-12/10-6 // BIG 12 (4TH) // NIT SECOND ROUND W/L Score W 70-60 W 55-41 W 101-79 L 54-78 W 68-57 L 48-78 L 83-84 W 93-60 W 83-81 W 82-54 W 79-58

W L

66-45 61-67

W L

59-57 65-70

A

F

F

1 – at Oberlin (11/22/80) 50 – vs. Mercyhurst (1/6/83) 100 – vs. Tennessee Tech (2/10/86) 150 – vs. Stephen F. Austin (12/3/88) 200 – vs. Xavier (1/30/91) 250 – vs. DePaul (1/30/93) 300 – at Dayton (1/26/95) 350 – vs. DePaul (2/1/97) 400 – vs. UNC Wilmington (12/30/98) 450 – vs. Youngstown State (12/20/00) 500 – vs. Boston University (3/15/02) 550 – vs. Jackson State (12/20/04) 600 – at Canisius (12/22/07) 650 – vs. Marquette (12/29/09) 700 – vs. Missouri State (12/22/11) 750 – vs. NC State (12/20/14) 800 – vs. UMKC (12/17/17) 850 – vs. Youngstown State (12/1/18)

2006-07

68-55 72-56 66-76 65-69 52-62 85-81 69-60 69-60 73-36 61-45 80-73 73-72 70-97 78-59 63-74 65-47 62-71 87-71 70-84 72-61

T

Milestone Wins

(2006-07)

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

S

Bob Huggins

KANSAS STATE ERA

AP Rankings Date KS Opp Opponent N11 — — William & Mary N15 — — at Rutgers N18 — — Tennessee Tech N21 — — at New Mexico N25 — — Coppin State N29 — — at California D2 — — at Colorado State D5 — — Cleveland State D9 — — at North Dakota State D17 — — Kennesaw State D19 — — Md.-Eastern Shore Las Vegas Holiday Classic D22 — — vs. USC D23 — — vs. New Mexico J3 — — at Xavier J6 — 11 at Texas A&M* J8 — — Texas Tech* J13 — — at Missouri* J17 — — Baylor* J20 — — at Iowa State* J22 — — Chicago State J27 — — Nebraska* J31 — — Missouri* F3 — 22 at Texas* F7 — 9 at Kansas* F10 — — Colorado* F13 — — at Nebraska* F17 — — Iowa State* F19 — 9 Kansas* F24 — — at Colorado* — — at Oklahoma State* M3 — — Oklahoma* Big 12 Tournament M9 — — vs. Texas Tech M10 — 2 vs. Kansas NIT Tournament M14 — — Vermont M19 — — DePaul

L

N18 — — Prairie View A&M W N23 — 7 vs. Tennessee L N24 — — vs. New Mexico State W N27 — — Maryland Eastern Shore W D1 — — Winthrop W BIG EAST/SEC Invitational D5 — — Auburn W D8 — — Duquesne W D15 — — UMBC W D19 24 — at Radford W D22 24 — at Canisius W D29 23 — Oklahoma (2OT) L J3 — — at Notre Dame* L J6 — 10 Marquette* W J10 — — at Louisville* L J13 — — Syracuse* W J17 — — St. John’s* W J20 — — at USF* W J23 — — Marshall W J26 — 9 Georgetown* L J30 — — Cincinnati* L F2 — — at Providence* W F7 — 21 at Pitt* L F14 — — Rutgers* W F17 — — Seton Hall* W F20 — — at Villanova* L F23 — — Providence* W F27 — — at DePaul* W M1 — 15 at Connecticut* L M3 — — Pitt* W M8 — — at St. John’s* (OT) W BIG EAST Championship M12 — — Providence W M13 — 15 Connecticut W M14 — 9 Georgetown L NCAA Washington D.C. Regional M20 — — Arizona W M22 — 9 Duke W NCAA West Regional Semifinals M27 — 12 Xavier (OT) L

WEST VIRGINIA ERA (2007-present) 2007-08

106-41 72-74 75-61 110-44 70-53 88-59 92-68 86-62 90-60 77-54 82-88 56-69 79-64 54-63 81-61 73-64 69-52 66-64 57-58 39-62 77-65 54-55 81-63 89-68 56-78 80-53 85-73 71-79 76-62 83-74 58-53 78-72 55-72 75-65 73-67 75-79

2008-09

26-11/11-7 // BIG EAST (5TH) // NCAA REGIONAL SEMIFINALS (SWEET SIXTEEN)

23-12/10-8 // BIG EAST (7TH) // NCAA FIRST ROUND

AP Rankings Date WV Opp Opponent Legends Classic N16 — — Arkansas-Monticello

W/L

Score

W

81-53

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65

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N28 — — vs. Iowa N29 — — vs. Kentucky D3 — — at Ole Miss D6 — — Cleveland State Jimmy V Classic D9 — 23 Davidson D13 — — at Duquesne D20 — — Miami University D23 — — Radford D27 — 15 at Ohio State J3 — — at Seton Hall* J6 25 5 Connecticut* J10 25 18 at Marquette* J14 — — Marshall J17 — — USF* J22 — 12 at Georgetown* J25 — 4 Pitt* J28 — — St. John’s* J31 — 7 at Louisville* F4 — 20 at Syracuse* F7 — — Providence* F9 — 4 at Pitt* F13 — 13 Villanova* F18 — — Notre Dame* F22 — — at Rutgers* F26 — — at Cincinnati* M1 — — at USF* M4 — — DePaul* M7 — 6 Louisville* BIG EAST Championship M11 — — Notre Dame M12 — 2 Pitt M13 — 18 Syracuse (OT) NCAA Minneapolis Regional M20 — — Dayton

W L W W

87-68 43-54 80-78 53-43

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

65-68 68-63 82-46 89-54 76-48 92-66 55-61 53-75 87-76 62-59 75-58 67-79 75-52 63-69 61-74 86-59 59-70 93-72 79-68 74-56 61-65 64-50 82-63 59-62

W W L

74-62 74-60 69-74

L

60-68

2009-10 31-7/13-5 // BIG EAST (2ND) // NCAA FINAL FOUR // NCAA EAST REGIONAL CHAMPIONS // BIG EAST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS FINAL RANKING: NO. 3 (COACHES), NO. 6 (AP)

FINAL RANKING: NO. 17 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date WV Opp Opponent N15 — — Elon Las Vegas Invitational N20 — — Longwood N25 — — Delaware State

91-59 65-56 79-69 102-77 69-56 80-54 81-60 90-53 81-52 74-65 90-52 95-43 77-54 63-62 70-68 83-69 112-67 106-72

W/L W

Score 92-47

W W

86-54 76-42

AP Rankings Date WV Opp Opponent N15 8 — Loyola Univ. Maryland N24 8 — The Citadel

W/L W W

Score 83-60 69-50


B 76 Classic N26 8 — vs. Long Beach State N27 8 — vs. Texas A&M N29 8 — vs. Portland D9 6 — Duquesne D12 6 — Coppin State D19 6 — at Cleveland State D23 6 15 Ole Miss D26 6 — at Seton Hall* D29 6 — Marquette* J1 6 4 at Purdue J6 8 — Rutgers* J9 8— at Notre Dame* J13 10 — at USF* J16 10 5 Syracuse* J20 11 — Marshall J23 11 21 Ohio State J26 9 — at DePaul* J30 9 — Louisville* F3 6 22 Pitt* F6 6 — at St. John’s* F8 5 4 Villanova* F12 5 25 at Pitt* F17 8 — at Providence* F20 8 — Seton Hall* F22 8 — at Connecticut* F27 8 — Cincinnati* M1 10 19 Georgetown* M6 10 9 at Villanova* BIG EAST Championship M11 7 — Cincinnati M12 7 — Notre Dame M13 7 22 Georgetown NCAA East Regional M19 6 — Morgan State M21 6 — Missouri NCAA East Regional Final M25 6 — Washington M27 6 2 Kentucky NCAA Final Four A3 63 Duke

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

85-62 73-66 84-66 68-39 69-43 80-78 76-66 90-84 63-62 62-77 86-52 68-70 69-50 71-72 68-60 71-65 62-46 77-74 70-51 79-60 75-82 95-98 88-74 75-63 62-73 74-68 81-68 68-66

W W W

54-51 53-51 60-58

W W

77-50 68-59

W W

69-56 73-66

L

57-78

A

S

K

E

T

B

A

2010-11

L

L

S

T

A

F

NCAA Tampa Regional M17 20 — Clemson M19 20 11 Kentucky

21-12/11-7 // BIG EAST (6TH) // NCAA THIRD ROUND

F

W L

84-76 63-71

FINAL RANKING: NO. 20 (AP) AP Rankings Date WV Opp Opponent N12 — — Oakland Honda Puerto Rico Tip-Off N18 — — vs. Davidson N19 — — vs. Vanderbilt N21 — — vs. Minnesota N27 — — vs. VMI D1 — — American D4 — — at Miami D7 — — Robert Morris D12 — — at Duquesne D18 — — Cleveland St. D29 — — St. John’s* J1 — — at Marquette* J4 — — at DePaul* J8 — 13 at Geogetown* J13 — — Providence* J16 — 8 Purdue J19 21 — vs. Marshall J23 21 — USF* J26 — 23 at Louisville* J29 — — at Cincinnati* F2 25 — Seton Hall* F5 25 12 at Villanova* F7 25 4 Pitt* F12 25 — DePaul* F14 — 17 at Syracuse* F19 — 8 Notre Dame* F24 — 4 at Pitt* F27 — — at Rutgers* M2 — 16 Connecticut* M5 — 11 Louisville* BIG EAST Championship M9 20 — Marquette

2011-12 W/L W

Score 95-71

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

84-70 74-71 70-74 82-66 71-50 76-79 82-49 64-61 74-63 71-81 74-79 67-65 65-59 93-63 68-64 71-75 56-46 54-55 66-55 56-44 50-66 66-71 82-71 52-63 72-58 58-71 65-54 65-56 72-70

L

61-67

19-14/9-9 // BIG EAST (8TH) // NCAA SECOND ROUND AP Rankings Date WV Opp Opponent N11 — — Oral Roberts N15 — — Kent State N17 — — Alcorn State N22 — — vs. Morehead St. N28 — — Akron D3 — 21 at Miss. St. D8 — — vs. Kansas St. D10 — — Miami Las Vegas Classic D17 — — Texas A&M-CC D19 — — Tennessee Tech D22 — — vs. Missouri St. D23 — 6 vs. Baylor D28 — — Villanova* D30 — — at Seton Hall* J4 — — at Rutgers* J7 — 9 Georgetown* J9 — 17 at UConn* J14 — — Rutgers* J18 — — vs. Marshall J21 — — Cincinnati* (OT) J25 — — at St. John’s* J28 — 3 at Syracuse* J30 — — Pitt* F5 — — at Providence* F8 — — Notre Dame* F11 — 24 Louisville* F16 — — at Pitt* F22 — 20 at Notre Dame* F24 — 10 Marquette*

BOB HUGGINS AND JEVON CARTER

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F28 — — DePaul* M3 — — at USF* BIG EAST Championship M7 — — vs. Connecticut NCAA Pittsburgh Regional M15 — — vs. Gonzaga

W W

92-75 50-44

(OT) L

67-71

L

54-77

W/L L

Score 50-84

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

87-44 60-63 70-77 94-69 69-59 68-67 56-60 66-81 76-71 72-62 74-67 57-67 57-53 64-65 67-69 52-79 71-50 66-80 56-61 77-61 60-58 63-50 60-80 66-64 61-71 57-73

2012-13 13-19/6-12 // BIG 12 (8TH)

W/L W L W W W L (2OT) W W

Score 78-71 60-70 97-62 83-48 77-56 62-75 85-80 77-66

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

84-64 72-53 70-68 81-83 83-69 48-67 85-64 74-62 57-64 84-60 78-62 77-74 62-78 61-63 66-72 87-84 51-55 74-77 66-48 44-71 60-61

AP Rankings Date WV Opp Opponent N12 — 19 at Gonzaga Old Spice Classic N22 — — vs. Marist N23 — — vs. Davidson N25 — — vs. Oklahoma N28 — — VMI D5 — — vs. Marshall D8 — — Virginia Tech D11 — — at Duquesne D15 — 3 vs. Michigan D19 — — Oakland D22 — — Radford D30 — — E. Kentucky J5 — — Oklahoma* J9 — — at Texas* (OT) J12 — 18 Kansas State* J16 — — at Iowa State* J19 — — at Purdue J23 — — TCU* J26 — — at Oklahoma State* J28 — 2 Kansas* F2 — — at Texas Tech* F4 — — Texas* F9 — — at TCU* F13 — — at Baylor* F16 — — Texas Tech* F18 — 13 at Kansas State* F23 — 14 Oklahoma State*


B F27 — — Baylor* M2 — 6 at Kansas* M6 — — at Oklahoma* Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship M13 — — vs. Texas Tech

L L L

62-65 65-91 70-83

L

69-71

2013-14 17-16/9-9 // BIG 12 (6TH) NIT FIRST ROUND AP Rankings Date WV Opp Opponent N8 — — Mount St. Mary’s N12 — — at Virginia Tech N17 — — Duquesne Cancun Challenge N21 — — Georgia Southern N23 — — Presbyterian N26 — — vs. Old Dominion N27 — 10 vs. Wisconsin D2 — — Loyola Big 12/SEC Challenge D5 — — at Missouri D10 — 20 Gonzaga D14 — — vs. Marshall D22 — — Purdue D29 — — vs. William & Mary J4 — — at TCU * J6 — — at Texas Tech * (OT) J11 — 11 Oklahoma State * J13 — — Texas * J18 — — at Kansas State * J22 — — Texas Tech * J25 — 11 at Oklahoma St. * J28 — — at Baylor * F1 — — Kansas State * F5 — 23 Oklahoma (OT) * F8 — 8 at Kansas * F10 — 11 Iowa State * F15 — 19 at Texas * F22 — — Baylor * F26 — 15 at Iowa State * M1 — — TCU * M5 — 23 at Oklahoma * M8 — 8 Kansas * Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship M13 — — vs. Texas NIT M18 — — at Georgetown

W/L W L W

Score 77-62 82-87 96-83

W W W L W

101-68 88-55 78-60 63-70 96-47

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

71-80 76-80 74-64 70-73 82-45 74-69 89-86 72-73 69-80 56-78 87-81 75-81 66-64 81-71 91-86 69-83 102-77 71-88 75-88 66-83 81-59 62-72 92-86

L

49-66

L

65-77

2014-15 25-10/11-7 // BIG 12 (4TH) // NCAA REGIONAL SEMIFINALS (SWEET SIXTEEN) FINAL RANKING: NO. 18 (COACHES), NO. 20 (AP) AP Rankings Date WV Opp Opponent N14 — — Monmouth N16 — — Lafayette Puerto Rico Tip-Off N20 — — vs. George Mason N21 — — vs. Boston College N23 — 17 vs. Connecticut N26 21 — vs. VMI N29 21 — Coll. of Charleston SEC/Big 12 Challenge D4 16 — LSU D7 16 — at Northern Ky. D14 22 — vs. Marshall Gotham Classic D20 22 — vs. NC State D22 18 — Wofford D30 17 — Virginia Tech J3 17 — at TCU * J5 14 — at Texas Tech * J10 14 17 Iowa State * J13 16 18 Oklahoma * J17 16 20 at Texas * J24 18 — TCU * (OT) J27 17 — at Kansas State * J31 17 — Texas Tech * F3 15 21 at Oklahoma * F7 15 19 Baylor * F11 21 — Kansas State * F14 21 14 at Iowa State *

W/L W W

Score 64-54 83-56

W W W W W

91-65 70-66 78-68 103-72 86-57

L W W

73-74 67-42 69-66

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

83-69 77-44 82-51 78-67 78-67 72-74 86-65 50-77 86-85 65-59 77-58 52-71 69-87 76-72 59-79

A

S

K

E

T

F16 23 8 Kansas * W F21 23 22 at Oklahoma State * W F24 20 — Texas * W F28 20 19 at Baylor * L M3 20 9 at Kansas * (OT) L M7 20 — Oklahoma State * W Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship M12 20 18 vs. Baylor L NCAA Midwest Regional M20 20 — vs. Buffalo W N22 20 12 vs. Maryland W NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinals M26 20 1 vs. Kentucky L

B

A

L

L

S

T

A

J7 7 — TCU * J10 10 — Baylor * J14 10 — at Texas * J18 7 — Oklahoma * (OT) J21 7 — at Kansas State * J24 18 2 Kansas * SEC/Big 12 Challenge J28 18 — Texas A&M J31 7 — at Iowa State * F4 7 — Oklahoma State * F8 13 — at Oklahoma * F11 13 — Kansas State * F13 9 3 at Kansas * (OT) F18 9 — Texas Tech * (2OT) F20 12 — Texas * F25 12 — at TCU * F27 10 11 at Baylor * M3 10 24 Iowa State * Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship M9 11 — vs. Texas M10 11 — vs. Kansas State M11 11 23 vs. Iowa State NCAA West Regional M16 13 — vs. Bucknell M18 13 14 vs. Notre Dame NCAA West Regional Semifinals M23 13 2 vs. Gonzaga

62-61 73-63 71-64 66-78 69-76 81-72 70-80 68-62 69-59 39-78

2015-16 26-9/13-5 // BIG 12 (2ND) NCAA FIRST ROUND FINAL RANKING: NO. 8 (AP), NO. 14 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date WV Opp Opponent W/L Score N13 — — Northern Kentucky W 107-61 N16 — — vs. James Madison W 86-73 Continental Tire Las Vegas Invitational N20 — — Stetson W 103-62 N23 — — Bethune-Cookman W 97-44 N26 — — vs. Richmond W 67-59 N27 — — vs. San Diego State W 72-50 D5 20 — Kennesaw State W 87-54 Jimmy V Classic D8 14 10 vs. Virginia L 54-70 D13 14 — UL Monroe W 100-58 D17 20 — vs. Marshall W 86-68 D21 19 — Eastern Kentucky W 84-59 D30 19 — at Virginia Tech W 88-63 J2 19 — at Kansas State * (2OT) W 87-83 J4 17 — at TCU * W 95-87 J9 17 — Oklahoma State * W 77-60 J12 11 1 Kansas * W 74-63 J16 11 2 at Oklahoma * L 68-70 J20 6 — Texas * L 49-56 J23 6 — at Texas Tech * W 80-76 J26 9 — Kansas State * W 70-55 J30 9 — at Florida L 71-88 F2 14 13 at Iowa State * W 81-76 F6 14 15 Baylor * W 80-69 F9 10 6 at Kansas * L 65-75 F13 10 — TCU * W 73-42 F16 10 24 at Texas * L 78-85 F20 10 3 Oklahoma * L 62-76 F22 14 17 Iowa State * W 97-87 F27 14 — at Oklahoma State * W 70-56 M2 10 — Texas Tech * W 90-68 M5 10 19 at Baylor * W 69-58 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship M10 9 — vs. TCU W 86-66 M11 9 6 vs. Oklahoma W 69-67 M12 9 1 vs. Kansas L 71-81 NCAA East Regional M18 8 — vs. Stephen F. Austin L 56-70

F

F

W W W L L W

82-70 89-68 74-72 87-89 75-79 85-69

W W L W W L W W W L W

81-77 85-72 75-82 61-50 85-66 80-84 83-74 77-62 61-60 62-71 87-76

W W L

63-53 51-50 74-80

W W

86-80 83-71

L

58-61

2017-18 26-11/17-7 // BIG 12 (2ND) NCAA REGIONAL SEMIFINALS (SWEET SIXTEEN) FINAL RANKING: NO. 15 (AP), NO. 13 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date WV Opp Opponent Armed Forces Classic N10 11 25 vs. Texas A&M N15 24 — American N18 24 — Morgan State AdvoCare Invitational N20 23 — Long Beach State N23 23 — vs. Marist N24 23 — vs. UCF N26 23 — vs. Missouri N30 19 — NJIT D5 18 15 Virginia D9 18 — at Pitt D20 10 — Coppin State D23 10 — Fordham D29 7 — at Oklahoma State * J1 6 — at Kansas State * J6 6 7 Oklahoma * J9 2 — Baylor * J13 2 8 at Texas Tech * J15 6 10 Kansas * J20 6 — Texas * J22 7 — at TCU * Big 12/SEC Challenge J27 7 — Kentucky J31 15 — at Iowa State * F3 15 — Kansas State * F5 19 17 at Oklahoma * F10 19 — Oklahoma State *

W/L

Score

L W W

65-88 98-64 111-48

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

91-62 84-78 83-45 83-79 102-69 68-61 69-60 77-38 86-69 85-79 77-69 89-76 57-54 71-72 66-71 86-51 73-82

L L W W L

76-83 77-93 89-51 75-73 85-88

F12 20 — TCU * F17 20 13 at Kansas * F20 21 — at Baylor * F24 21 — Iowa State * F26 20 12 Texas Tech * M3 20 — at Texas * (OT) Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship M8 18 — vs. Baylor M9 18 14 vs. Texas Tech M10 18 9 vs. Kansas NCAA East Regional M16 15 — vs. Murray State M18 15 — vs. Marshall NCAA East Regional Semifinals M23 15 2 vs. Villanova

W L W W W L

82-66 69-77 71-60 85-70 84-74 79-87

W W L

78-65 66-63 70-81

W W

85-68 94-71

L

78-90

2018-19 25-21/4-14 // BIG 12 (10TH) CBI SECOND ROUND AP Rankings Date WV Opp Opponent W/L Score N9 13 — Buffalo (OT) L 94-99 Myrtle Beach Invitational N15 — — vs. Monmouth W 71-53 N16 — — vs. Western Kentucky L 57-63 N18 — — vs. Saint Joseph’s W 97-90 N24 — — Valparaiso W 88-76 N28 — — Rider W 92-78 D1 —— Youngstown State W 106-72 Jimmy V Classic D4 — — vs. Florida L 56-66 D8 — — Pitt W 69-59 Basketball Hall of Fame Holiday Classic D16 — — vs. Rhode Island L 70-83 D22 — — Jacksonville State W 74-72 D30 — — Lehigh W 78-68 J2 —11 Texas Tech * L 59-62 J5 — — at Texas * L 54-61 J9 — — at Kansas State * L 69-71 J12 — — Oklahoma State * L 77-85 J15 — — at TCU * L 67-98 J19 —7 Kansas * W 65-64 J21 — — Baylor * L 73-85 SEC/Big 12 Challenge J26 —1 at Tennessee L 66-83 J30 —20 at Iowa State * L 68-93 F2 — — Oklahoma * W 79-71 F4 —18 at Texas Tech * L 50-81 F9 — — Texas * L 53-75 F16 —14 at Kansas * L 51-65 F18 —23 Kansas State * L 51-65 F23 — — at Baylor * L 75-82 F26 — — TCU * (3OT) W 104-96 M2 — — at Oklahoma * L 80-92 M6 — — Iowa State * W 90-75 M9 — — at Oklahoma State * L 77-85 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship M13 — — vs. Oklahoma W 72-71 M14 —7 vs. Texas Tech W 79-74 M15 —17 vs. Kansas L 74-88 College Basketball Invitational M20 — — Grand Canyon W 77-63 M25 — — Coastal Carolina L 91-109

2016-17 28-9/12-6 // BIG 12 (2ND) NCAA REGIONAL SEMIFINALS (SWEET SIXTEEN)

Career Record of

Big 12 Coaches

FINAL RANKING: NO. 13 (AP), NO. 11 (COACHES) AP Rankings Date WV Opp Opponent N11 20 — Mount St. Mary’s N14 19 — Miss. Valley State NIT Season Tip-Off N20 19 — New Hampshire N24 19 — vs. Illinois N25 19 — vs. Temple N28 25 — Manhattan D3 25 6 at Virginia D7 15 — vs. Western Carolina D10 15 — VMI D17 12 — UMKC D20 11 — Radford D23 11 — Northern Kentucky D30 11 — at Oklahoma State * J3 7 — at Texas Tech * (OT)

W/L Score W 87-59 W 107-66 W W L W W W W W W W W L

Bob Huggins Bill Self Lon Kruger Bruce Weber Jamie Dixon Scott Drew Chris Beard Shaka Smart Steve Prohm Mike Boynton

100-41 89-57 77-81 108-61 66-57 90-37 90-55 112-67 84-57 92-61 92-75 76-77

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West Virginia Kansas Oklahoma Kansas State TCU Baylor Texas Tech Texas Iowa State Oklahoma State

860-362 680-211 639-409 463-244 396-164 338-219 247-81 234-122 187-82 33-35


Huggins Honors 2018-19 SEASON

• Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame nominee • Conference USA Inaugural Hall of Fame Class

2017-18 SEASON

• Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame nominee

2014-15 SEASON

• Big 12 Coach of the Year • West Virginia State Sportswriters Coach of the Year • Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year • NABC UPS Division I District 8 Coach of the Year

YEAR-BY-YEAR // COACHING FILE

BOBHUGGINS Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19

School West Virginia Ohio State Ohio State Walsh College Walsh College Walsh College Central Florida Akron Akron Akron Akron Akron Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Kansas State West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia

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2009-10 SEASON

• West Virginia State Sportswriters Coach of the Year • Big East Tournament Champions

2008-09 SEASON

• West Virginia State Sportswriters Coach of the Year

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^Won conference tournament (American Mideast 1982, 1983; Ohio Valley 1986; Great Midwest 1992-93; Conference USA 1996-2002, 2004; Big East 2010)

CAREER HEAD COACHING RECORD: 860-362 (.704)/37 SEASONS

2007-08 SEASON

• West Virginia State Sportswriters Coach of the Year

2006-07 SEASON

• USBWA District VI Coach of the Year • Big 12 Coach of the Year by the Kansas City Star

2004-05 SEASON

• Conference USA Coach of the Decade

2003-04 SEASON

• Conference USA Regular Season Champions • Conference USA Tournament Champions

2001-02 SEASON

• Conference USA Regular Season Champions • Conference USA Tournament Champions • National Coach of the Year (ESPN.com)

2000-01 SEASON

• Conference USA Regular Season Champions

1999-00 SEASON

• Conference USA Regular Season Champions • Conference USA Coach of the Year • Ohio College Coach of the Year • National Coach of the Year (The Sporting News)

1998-99 SEASON

• Conference USA Regular Season Champions • Conference USA Coach of the Year

1997-98 SEASON

• Conference USA Regular Season Champions • Conference USA Tournament Champions • Conference USA Coach of the Year • National Coach of the Year (Basketball Times)

1996-97 SEASON

• Conference USA Regular Season Champions

1995-96 SEASON

• Conference USA Regular Season Champions • Conference USA Tournament Champs • Mideast Coach of the Year—Basketball Times • Ohio College Coach of the Year

1994-95 SEASON

• Great Midwest Tournament Champions

1993-94 SEASON

• Great Midwest Tournament Champions

1992-93 SEASON

• Great Midwest Conference Season Champions • Great Midwest Tournament Champions • Great Midwest Conference Coach of the Year • National Coach of the Year (Playboy)

1991-92 SEASON

Breakdown:

Walsh: 71-26 (.732)/3 years // Akron: 97-46 (.678)/5 years // Cincinnati: 399-127 (.759)/16 years Kansas State: 23-12 (.657)/1 year // West Virginia: 270-151 (.641)/12 years

POSTSEASON TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES (33) NCAA Division I (24): Akron – 1986; Cincinnati – 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005; West Virginia – 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 NIT (6): Akron – 1987, 1989; Cincinnati – 1990, 1991; Kansas State – 2007; West Virginia – 2014

• Great Midwest Conference Season Champions • Great Midwest Tournament Champions • Great Midwest Conference Coach of the Year • District 4 Coach of the Year (USBWA) • Ohio College Coach of the Year • Midwest Coach of the Year (Basketball Times) • National Co-Coach of the Year (Hoop Scoop)

1989-90 SEASON

• Metro Conference Coach of the Year

1985-86 SEASON

• Ohio Valley Conference Champions • Ohio Valley Coach of the Year

1984-85 SEASON

CBI (1): West Virginia – 2019

• Ohio Valley Coach of the Year

1982-83 SEASON

NAIA (2): Walsh – 1982, 1983

• Mid-Ohio Conference Champions • NAIA District Champions • Mid-Ohio Conference Coach of the Year • NAIA District 22, NAIA Area 6 Coach of the Year

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LARRY HARRISON Associate Head Coach

Larry Harrison enters his 13th season on the Mountaineer basketball staff and 10th as associate head coach after he was promoted in July 2010. Harrison will be entering his 21st season overall on Bob Huggins’ coaching staff after spending eight seasons with him at Cincinnati. He came to West Virginia from the Washington Wizards, where he served as a scout in 2006-07. He has more than 30 years of coaching experience. Since 1989, Harrison’s teams have earned 15 bids to the NCAA Tournament and three NIT bids. During Harrison’s tenure, Cincinnati advanced to the Final Four once (1992) and Elite Eight twice (1993, 1996). West Virginia won the 2010 Big East Championship and has advanced to nine NCAA Tournaments, including the 2010 Final Four and five NCAA Sweet 16s. Harrison served as head coach at Hartford from 2000-06, earning America East Coach of the Year honors in 2006. He led Hartford to a third-place conference finish in 2002, 2003 and 2006 and semifinals of the conference tournament in 2002, 2003 and 2004. Hartford had the nation’s second-best total win increase from 2001 to 2002 with four wins in 2001 to 14 wins in 2002. Prior to Hartford, Harrison was an assistant under head coach Pat Kennedy at DePaul for three seasons (1997-2000). He previously served as an assistant coach at Cincinnati (1989-97) under Huggins, including the last four as associate head coach and recruiting coordinator. While at Cincinnati, Harrison assisted Huggins with the building of one of the most potent college basketball teams in the nation. During his eight years with the program, the Bearcats posted a 192-71 record and won six conference championships. At UC, Harrison recruited and coached future NBA players Nick Van Exel, Corie Blount, Dontonio Wingfield and 1997 NBA first round draft pick Danny Fortson. He also recruited Ruben Patterson and Kenyon Martin, who was the consensus college basketball player of the year in 2001. Known as one of the top recruiters in the nation, Harrison’s recruiting classes have been ranked among the best in the nation on a regular basis. His 1998 recruiting class at DePaul was ranked as the No. 1 class in the nation by The Sporting News. During his last four years at Cincinnati, three of the Bearcat recruiting classes were ranked in the top 10, including the Bearcats’ 1996 recruiting class, which was regarded as the best in the nation. Prior to his stint at Cincinnati, Harrison was an assistant at American University in Washington, D.C., from 1986-89. He was also an assistant coach at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Fla., from 1984-86. He spent one season as an assistant coach at Henry Abbott Tech High (1978-79) in Danbury, Conn., and two seasons as an assistant at Jefferson High (1982-84) in Tampa. Harrison earned all-state honors at Henry Abbott Tech (Danbury, Conn.) as a senior before enrolling at Muskingum College where he earned all-Ohio conference honors as a freshman. After graduating from Pitt in 1978 with a degree in urban studies, he went on to earn a master’s degree from USF in education in 1982. A native of Greenville, N.C., who grew up in Danbury, Conn., Harrison has two daughters, Nyree and Tiffany, and a granddaughter, Aniyah Joy.

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• Pitt, 1978 B.A. degree in urban studies

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At Northeastern (2002-06), he inherited a program that averaged fewer than nine wins in the six seasons prior to his arrival and produced 19, 21 and 19 victories in his final three years. In his five seasons at Northeastern, the Huskies averaged 16.4 wins. His 2004-05 team, which finished second in the America East Conference with a 15-3 record (21-10 overall), advanced to the postseason conference tournament championship game where it lost to NCAA Tournament Cinderella Vermont. The `05 Huskies went on to earn an NIT bid - marking Northeastern’s first postseason appearance in 14 years. In 2005-06, he led the Huskies to a 19-11 record and 12-6 mark in the Colonial Athletic Association. His starting point guard, Jose Juan Barea, was named CAA Player of the Year and forward Shawn James earned Defensive Player of the Year honors. At McNeese State (1995-2001), Everhart ended a streak of six consecutive sub-.500 seasons by leading the Cowboys to a 15-12 mark in 1995-96 - his second season at the Lake Charles, La., school. His seven-year stay culminated with a 22-9 record and Southland Conference regular-season title in 2000-01. The 2000-01 Cowboys, who won 19 of their last 20 games before losing the Southland Conference championship game by a point, earned the school’s first postseason bid in 12 years when they accepted an invitation to the NIT. Prior to accepting the head coaching job at McNeese State, Everhart spent six seasons as an assistant under Perry Clark at Tulane. At Tulane (1988-94), Everhart played a major role in resurrecting a Green Wave program that had disbanded from 1985-86 through 1988-89. He recruited three straight Metro Conference Freshman of the Year award-winners and accompanied the Green Wave to NCAA Tournament appearances in 1991-92 and 1992-93. A 1985 graduate of Virginia Tech, Everhart got his start as a college coach as a graduate assistant for Bobby Cremins’ 1985-86 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 Georgia Tech team. He then moved on to Virginia Military Institute for two seasons (1986-87 and 1987-88) before arriving at Tulane. Everhart played his final season of high school basketball for the legendary Morgan Wootten at DeMatha Catholic High in Hyattsville, Md., where he earned first team Catholic Prep All-America honors. Prior to attending DeMatha, Everhart was a basketball and baseball letterman at his hometown Fairmont West High. Everhart was a four-year letterman at Virginia Tech and served as captain of the Hokies’ 1984-85 NCAA Tournament team. He graduated from Tech in 1985 with a bachelor of arts degree in political science. Everhart and his wife, Mirchana, who was born and raised in Grafton, West Virginia, are the parents of twins Ronnie and Gianna.

RON EVERHART Assistant Coach

West Virginia native Ron Everhart, who has more than 30 years experience as a basketball coach including 18 as a head coach, enters his eighth season as assistant basketball coach at West Virginia University. Everhart compiled a 273-261 record in 18 seasons as a head coach at Duquesne, Northeastern and McNeese State. The Fairmont, West Virginia, native came to West Virginia from Duquesne, where he spent six seasons as head coach and led the Dukes to consecutive postseason appearances in 2009, 2010 and 2011. At Duquesne (2007-12), he took a floundering program - one that won just three games in 2005-06 - to one that finished six points shy of an NCAA tournament bid in 2008-09 and was tied for first in the Atlantic 10 and receiving votes in the AP Top 25 at the midpoint of the 2010-11 season. After ending a streak of 13 consecutive losing seasons with a 17-13 record in 2007-08, Everhart’s Dukes posted a 21-13 mark in earning an NIT appearance in 2009. In 2010, Duquesne won 16 games in earning a College Basketball Invitational bid. In 2011, DU reeled off 11 wins in a row - including the first eight in Atlantic 10 play - and received votes in the Associated Press Top 25 for three consecutive weeks before finishing 19-13 and earning a second consecutive CBI bid. Everhart was named NABC District 4 Coach of the Year for his effort. His rebuilding effort at Duquesne took a great leap forward in 2008-09 as the Dukes finished 21-13 and made a National Invitation Tournament appearance. The 21 wins were the most since 1970-71, and the NIT bid marked Duquesne’s first postseason appearance since 1993-94. The 2008-09 season ended with a run to the Atlantic 10 Championship title game where the Dukes, who were picked to finish 12th in a preseason poll of league coaches, dropped a 69-64 decision to Temple. The finish was more surprising considering the Dukes began the season as one of the youngest teams in NCAA Division I with eight scholarship freshmen and one scholarship upperclassman on the opening day roster. Along the way, the Dukes defeated four NCAA tournament teams and posted a winning record in Atlantic 10 play (9-7) for just the fourth time in 32 seasons as a conference member. The `09 Dukes ended a 24-game losing streak against ranked teams with a 72-68 win over No. 9 (AP) Xavier during the regular season. It was DU’s first win over a ranked team since 1997 and first over a top 10 team since 1992. The ninth-ranked Musketeers were also the highest ranked team to fall to Duquesne since 1974. In 2010-11, the Dukes jumped into the upper echelon of the Atlantic 10 in earning one of four opening round byes at the A-10 Championship in Atlantic City. The ‘11 Dukes, who led the nation in assists (17.8), steals (9.9) and turnover margin (+6.7) went on to post the school’s first postseason win since the 1994 with a CBI first round win at Montana. Duquesne was the only team in the tournament to win a road game. In 2007-08, Everhart led the Dukes to the school’s first winning record in 14 seasons with a 17-13 mark. The `08 Dukes ranked in the top 10 nationally in blocked shots (7.3, 3rd), assists (18.1, 3rd), scoring (82.3, 5th) and steals (9.4, 9th) in setting school single-season records for blocks (220), assists (539) and steals (283). The `08 Dukes put together winning streaks of six and five games, marking the first time since 1961-62 that a Duquesne team had two streaks of five or more wins in the same year. DU, which opened the season with six straight wins for the school’s best start since 1979-80, went 11-4 at home. It was just the second time in the past 27 years that a Duquesne team won 11 or more at home. Everhart, who inherited a program coming off a school record-worst 3-24 season (308 RPI) in 2005-06, started from the ground up, totally retooling the roster in his first six weeks on the job. The nine first-year scholarship players Everhart brought to Pittsburgh were just getting acquainted when the program was dealt an unprecedented blow as five players were injured in a shooting less than a month before the opening of practice. The Dukes picked up the pieces to post 10 wins, tie a 26-year-old school record for consecutive Atlantic 10 victories (five) and rank 21st nationally in scoring offense at 78.3 points per game. The Duquesne story of perseverance was acknowledged by the United States Basketball Writers Association, which honored the 2006-07 Dukes with its Most Courageous Award presented annually to honor “a player, coach, official or administrator who has demonstrated extraordinary courage reflecting honor on the sport of amateur basketball.

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Playing Career

• Georgia Tech Graduate Assistant Coach 1985-86

• Virginia Tech 1981-85

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Erik Martin, who was named to The Athletic’s list of 30 Coaches to Watch in 2018, is in his 14th season as a Division I coach. He enters his 13th season as an assistant coach at West Virginia University and is in his 17th season of coaching. Martin, a former professional player and all-conference performer at Cincinnati, will be entering his 16th season – two as a player and 14 as an assistant – under head coach Bob Huggins. Since he has been a Division I assistant, Martin has worked with numerous professional players, including six NBA players (All-American Kevin Jones, Joe Alexander, Devin Ebanks, Bill Walker, Cartier Martin and Sagaba Konate) as well as Devin Williams and John Flowers. Since coming to West Virginia in 2007, the Mountaineers won the 2010 Big East Championship and have advanced to nine NCAA Tournament appearances, including the 2010 Final Four and five NCAA Sweet 16s. Martin has helped guide the Mountaineers to 270 victories. At West Virginia, Martin is responsible for post player development as well as assisting with game scouts and recruiting. Martin has also been involved in scheduling, camps, fundraising and community appearances during his time in Morgantown. Martin came to West Virginia after spending a year as an assistant at Kansas State with Huggins. Prior to his stint at Kansas State, he spent two years as an assistant coach at Cincinnati State and Technical College in Cincinnati for head coach Andre Tate from 2004-06. In 2005-06, he helped the Surge post a 26-9 overall record en route to winning the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference and NJCAA Region XII District 7 tournament titles. The program advanced to the NJCAA Division II championship where it lost to eventual national runner-up Kirkwood (Iowa) Community College to finish fifth nationally. Martin helped coach a number of outstanding players at Cincinnati State, including Cincinnati signee John Williamson, who was named a first team NJCAA All-American and the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference Player of the Year. Williamson was one of four players to move on to the Division I level from CSC, including Steve Horton (Ball State), Jarelle Redden (Ball State) and T.K. Washington (Detroit). In addition, the school produced four all-conference and three all-district honorees. Martin jumped into the coaching ranks at Jacobs Center High in Cincinnati, where he served as the junior varsity coach and assistant varsity coach from 2003-04. A standout power forward, Martin was a two-year lettermen and one-year starter for Huggins at Cincinnati from 1991-93. He signed with TCU out of high school and redshirted as a true freshman in 1989-90. Martin transferred to Santa Ana (Calif.) Community College for one season before moving to Cincinnati the next two seasons. Martin helped guide the Bearcats to a combined 56-10 overall record en route to Final Four and Elite Eight appearances and back-to-back Great Midwest Conference regular season and tournament championships from 1991-93. Playing with All-American Herb Jones and future NBA stars Corie Blount and Nick Van Exel, Martin helped Cincinnati to a 29-5 overall record and the 1992 NCAA Final Four. In his senior year, Martin guided Cincinnati to the NCAA Tournament where the fourth-ranked Bearcats lost in overtime to eventual national champion North Carolina in the East Regional finals. The team’s leading rebounder and second-leading scorer, Martin led the Great Midwest Conference in field goal percentage and was named to the all-conference second team. He was a member of the league’s all-tournament squad after guiding Cincinnati to its second straight title. Martin continued his

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Education • Cincinnati, 1993 B.S. degree in criminal justice

Family • Wife (Anita) Daughters (Amiyah, Eleyna and Erika)

Personal • Birthday is May 26 Native of West Covina, Calif.

stellar performance in the NCAA Tournament, where he was named to the East Regional all-tournament team. Following his playing career at Cincinnati, Martin spent nine years playing professional basketball around the world, including a four-year stint with various franchises in the Continental Basketball Association and five years overseas. In addition to his professional experience, Martin has also spent time with the U.S. National team, helping the squad to a silver medal at the 1995 Pan American Games in Argentina. Martin also assisted USA in winning the gold medal at the 1997 Tournament of the Americas. Martin earned his associate of arts degree from Santa Ana Community College in 1990 and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Cincinnati in 1993. A native of West Covina, California, Martin has three daughters, Amiyah, Eleyna and Erika. He married the former Anita Woodley in 2010.

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JAY KUNTZ

JOSH EILERT

Assistant to the Head Coach

Director of Basketball Operations

Jay Kuntz, who has spent 11 years with the Mountaineer basketball program, was named assistant to the head coach in July 2017 after serving as coordinator of player development from 2015-17. Kuntz spent three years as a graduate assistant in men’s basketball and was a four-year student manager from 200812. He also served as an assistant camp director for the Bob Huggins Basketball Camps and coordinated the men’s basketball manager staff of 16 individuals. In his current role at WVU, Kuntz will assist with the coordination of on-campus recruiting activities, organize community outreach activities, assist in film and on-court analysis for player development and serve as the liaison to the academic services unit. A native of Wallingford, Connecticut, Kuntz graduated from WVU in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in multidisciplinary studies and earned a master’s degree from WVU in athletic coaching education in 2014.

Josh Eilert enters his 13th season with the West Virginia men’s basketball program. Eilert was named WVU’s director of basketball operations in July 2017 after he spent the first six seasons as the video coordinator and coordinator of basketball operations from 2013-17. For the 2016-17 season, Eilert served as interim assistant coach. During that time, Eilert was responsible for on-court scouting, off-campus recruiting and working with WVU’s wing players. He came to WVU from Kansas State, where he served as a graduate assistant at Kansas State under Bob Huggins in 2006-07. Since coming to West Virginia in 2007, the Mountaineers won the 2010 Big East Championship and have earned nine NCAA Tournament appearances, including the 2010 Final Four and five NCAA Sweet 16s. While at Kansas State, Eilert assisted the coaching staff with the day-today internal operations of the basketball program, including self-scout and opponent scouting, coordination of on-campus recruiting, film exchange, travel arrangements and special projects. Eilert also served as the assistant camp director of the Bob Huggins basketball camps. Prior to Kansas State, Eilert was a loan officer at Community National Bank in Seneca, Kansas. Eilert played two seasons of basketball at Kansas State from 2002-04 after transferring from Cloud County Community College, where he was a two-year letterman and one-year starter. He was a first team all-Big 12 academic selection as a senior and four times was named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Eilert was honored with the Keith Amerson Academic Award in 2004. While at Cloud County, he earned KJCAA Academic All-America honors as a sophomore. A native of Osborne, Kansas, Eilert earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing from Kansas State in 2004. He earned his master’s degree in College Student Personnel/Intercollegiate Athletics from Kansas State in 2007. Eilert and his wife, Brandi, reside in Morgantown. They have two sons, Brendan and Tristan, and a daughter, Emri.

RYAN MCINTYRE Video Coordinator

Ryan McIntyre, who served as a head student manager for WVU men’s basketball in 2015-16, returned to the Mountaineer basketball program in July 2019 as video coordinator. McIntyre most recently served as director of basketball operations at Austin Peay for the last two seasons, where he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the program, coordinating travel schedules, assisting in community service initiatives, overseeing student managers, serving as director of video services and basketball camps. A native of Fairfax, Virginia, McIntyre is a 2016 graduate of West Virginia with a bachelor’s degree in athletic coaching education. In addition to his one season as head student manager for coach Bob Huggins, McIntyre served as a student manager for two seasons and a student administrative assistant for one season. Following graduation, McIntyre was a graduate assistant manager at South Carolina for coach Frank Martin, helping the Gamecocks to the program’s first Final Four in 2016-17. In addition to the Bob Huggins Basketball Camps, McIntyre has worked numerous basketball camps. He served on camp staffs for Frank Martin (South Carolina), Matt Figger (Austin Peay), Mark Turgeon (Maryland), Shaka Smart (VCU), John Thompson III (Georgetown), Josh Pastner (Memphis), Fred Hoiberg (Iowa State) and John Groce (Illinois).

TYLER CHENG

Athletic Data Statistician for Men’s Basketball Tyler Cheng was named the athletic data statistician for WVU men’s basketball in July 2019 after serving as a program assistant for one season. No stranger to WVU basketball, Cheng enters his sixth season on the WVU basketball staff after serving four years as a graduate assistant, head manager and student manager. A native of London, Ontario, Cheng graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in business management and organizational studies and a specialization in accounting. At WVU, he earned a master’s degree in athletic coaching education in 2016 and a master’s degree in public administration in 2018. In addition to WVU, Cheng’s basketball experience includes serving as an associate coach at Fanshawe College (2013-14), head coach of the Ontario Talent Identification & Development Program U16 boys basketball summer team (2013-14), head coach STA high school boys’ basketball (2012-14), head coach Gold Medal Club boys’ basketball (2008-14) and as a carded basketball referee for the London Board of Basketball Officials (2006-12).

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Austin Michels enters his first season as a graduate assistant on the WVU men’s basketball staff. The native of Charleston, West Virginia earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing with a digital promotions emphasis and a minor in advertising from West Virginia in 2019. Michels is pursuing a master’s degree from WVU in integrated marketing communications.

RANDY MEADOR

Assistant Athletics Director/Head Athletic Trainer, Olympic Sports Randy Meador is a member of the athletic training staff, primarily working with the Mountaineer basketball team. As assistant athletics director/head trainer for Olympic sports, he oversees various administrative tasks in the athletic training area. Meador has served 34 seasons as West Virginia’s head basketball athletic trainer. He formerly served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer with the West Virginia football and basketball teams. He was appointed to his present position in July 1985. A respected member of the athletic training community, Meador was named West Virginia Athletic Trainers Association Athletic Trainer of the Year in 2003, was the recipient of the Mountaineer Touchdown Club Curbstone Coach award in 2003, was named the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer in 2011 and most received the National Athletic Trainers’ Association’s 2014 Athletic Trainer Service Award. In May 2019, Meador, MS, ATC, was inducted into the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association (MAATA) Hall of Fame. A native of Oxford, Ohio, Meador earned a bachelor’s degree from Miami (Ohio), in 1984, where he served as an athletic training student for four years. He earned a master’s degree in athletic training from West Virginia in 1985. In addition to his athletic duties, Meador serves as a lecturer in the highly acclaimed athletic training curriculum of the WVU School of Physical Education. He was president (199093) of the West Virginia Athletic Trainers Association. Meador and his wife, the former Bev Day of Cincinnati, have two sons, Luke, a WVU graduate, and Eli.

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completed fellowship training in primary care sports medicine at the University of Michigan School of Medicine. He returned to his alma mater upon completion of his fellowship in 2011. Currently, Monseau is an associate professor in the WVU Department of Emergency Medicine. In addition to working as an attending physician in the J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital Emergency Department, he also sees sports medicine patients through WVU Medicine Orthopedics. He is board certified in emergency medicine and primary care sports medicine.  Athletics have always been a part of Monseau’s life. After completing a three-sport career at Wheeling Park High School, Monseau carried his love of sports through his undergraduate education, during which he competed on the West Liberty University (then West Liberty State College) Wrestling Team for his father, who is a National Wrestling Hall of Fame coach. Though he gave up competing when he began medical school, he made sure to choose a specialty that would allow him to remain connected to competitive sports.

SHAUN BROWN

Strength and Conditioning Coach, Men’s Basketball Shaun Brown joined the Mountaineer men’s basketball staff in May 2018 as strength and conditioning coach. He came to West Virginia from Minnesota, where he served as the strength and conditioning coach for the Golden Gophers men’s basketball team for five years. Prior to Minnesota, Brown spent three seasons overseeing the strength and conditioning program at USC from 2010-13 and three years at Virginia from 2006-09. Brown worked eight years in the professional ranks, serving as the head strength coach for the NBA’s Toronto Raptors from 2003-06 and six seasons as head strength coach for the Boston Celtics from 19972003. Brown has worked with 21 players who were selected in the NBA Draft, including lottery picks Jamal Mashburn, Ron Mercer and Antoine Walker. He has worked with eight NBA All-Stars, including Kenny Anderson, Chris Bosh, Vince Carter, Jamaal Magloire, Paul Pierce, Jalen Rose, Mashburn and Walker. Brown has also mentored seven former assistant strength coaches who have worked at Power 5 schools or in the NBA. From 1992-97, Brown was the head strength coach for the men’s basketball team at Kentucky. During his time with the Wildcats, Kentucky participated in three Final Fours and won the 1996 NCAA Championship. Brown served as the head strength coach at Providence from 1989-92. Before that, he was an assistant strength coach at Rutgers. Brown earned a bachelor’s degree from Canisius in 1987 and a master’s degree from Ohio State in 1988. He served as a graduate assistant strength coach at Ohio State and as a strength and conditioning coach at Dublin HS (Ohio) from 1988-89.

DR. B.J. BALCIK Team Physician

Dr. B.J. Balcik has served as a team physician for WVU men’s basketball since 2017. Originally from Ohio, Balcik received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Wright State University in 2011 and completed his residency training in emergency medicine at the WVU School of Medicine in 2014. He then completed fellowship training in primary care sports medicine at the University of Arizona. He returned to WVU to start his career as a member of the faculty in the Department of Emergency Medicine at WVU. Balcik earned the Resident Research Award in 2014, the WVU Department of Emergency Medicine Faculty of the Year in 2018 and Outstanding Research Mentor from the WVU Department of Emergency Medicine in 2018-19.

DR. A.J. MONSEAU

Medical Director/Head Team Physician A.J. Monseau, M.D., WVU Medicine Emergency Medicine and Sports Medicine physician, has been selected to serve as head team physician and medical director for WVU Athletics since 2017. In 2016, Dr. Monseau served as the team physician for WVU Men’s Basketball. He also served as team physician for USA Wrestling at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. As head team physician and medical director for WVU Athletics, Monseau will lead the University’s staff of team physicians and will work in conjunction with the athletic training staff to provide healthcare to all student-athletes. This includes injury prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, education, and counseling. Originally from the Northern Panhandle, Monseau received his medical degree from and completed his residency training at the WVU School of Medicine. He then

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KYLE KEESLER

Equipment Manager Kyle Keesler began his role as assistant equipment manager in 2015 and was promoted to equipment manager in June 2019. Prior to his full-time stint at WVU, Keesler served as the head clubhouse manager for the West Virginia Black Bears, the short-season A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. While in that capacity, he handled day-to-day operations including daily transportation for players and staff, ordering team meals, and issuing officially licensed game day and workout gear. Additionally, he handled laundry for both the visiting and home teams. Keesler served as the head women’s basketball manager for WVU women’s basketball for five seasons. He handled daily practice and game operations and assisted with office duties. He traveled with the team and helped organize equipment, uniforms and other needs for road contests. He assisted the graduate assistant with mail outs, data entry and recruiting visits. Keesler served as the Mountaineers’ equipment room liaison helping issue gear, laundry and other needs. A native of Grantsville, West Virginia, Keesler resides in Morgantown. 


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Associate Athletics Director/ Communications As West Virginia University’s Associate Athletics Director for Communications, Bryan Messerly manages the day-to-day responsibilities of the WVU Athletics Communications Office. Messerly directs, plans and implements WVU’s media relations and publicity through social media and news media for WVU’s intercollegiate athletic program. He is the primary communications contact for the Mountaineer men’s basketball team. Messerly is in his 26th year with WVU’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. He is in his 20th season serving as the men’s basketball publicist and 13th year of directing the WVU Athletics Communications Office. In his 19 years with the men’s basketball team, the Mountaineers have made 11 NCAA Tournament appearances, including two NCAA Elite Eight appearances, seven NCAA Sweet 16 appearances, the 2010 NCAA Final Four and captured the 2010 Big East Championship title. During that time, WVU has appeared in four National Invitation Tournaments, including an NIT title in 2007. WVU has had 26 basketball players earn all-conference honors during Messerly’s tenure, including 10 first-team selections (Big East and Big 12). Messerly has coordinated the promotion of five basketball All-Americans: In 2006, Kevin Pittsnogle became WVU’s first men’s basketball All-American since 1972. Da’Sean Butler earned All-America honors in 2010, Kevin Jones did so in 2012, Juwan Staten in 2015 and Jevon Carter in 2018.  Messerly has also promoted four first team Academic All-Americans, including two Academic All-Americans of the Year for men’s basketball (Johannes Herber, 2006 and Jevon Carter, 2018). He oversaw the publicity efforts for Butler winning the 2010 Senior CLASS Award, and Jevon Carter winning the NABC Defensive Player of the Year (twice), Lefty Driesell Defensive Player of the Year (twice), Naismith Defensive Player of the Year and the men’s basketball Senior CLASS Award. Prior to his current role, Messerly spent seven years (2000-07) as WVU’s associate sports information director following a three-year stint as assistant sports information director at Virginia Tech (1997-2000). At Virginia Tech, he was the primary contact for the men’s basketball, volleyball, wrestling, swimming & diving and softball teams, and was the secondary contact for the football team that played in the 2000 BCS National Championship. Messerly coordinated the publicity for the Michael Vick Heisman campaign and accompanied Vick to the 1999 Heisman Trophy ceremony in New York. Also at Tech, Messerly was the media coordinator for the 1999 Atlantic 10 Softball Championship, the 1998 NCAA East Region Women’s Tennis Championship and was the assistant media coordinator for the 1999 NCAA East Regional Women’s Basketball tournament. A Weirton, West Virginia, native, Messerly worked in WVU’s Athletic Communications Office as a graduate assistant from 1995-97, and as a student assistant from 1991-95. He was the contact for the 1996 and 1997 NCAA national champion rifle team and assisted with the publicity efforts for the 1996 Big East champion baseball team. Messerly also served as the publicity contact for wrestling, men’s and women’s track & field and men’s and women’s cross country. Messerly is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), United States Basketball Writers Association, WVU’s all-

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time sports committee and the West Virginia Sports Writers Association. He is on the selection committee of the Naismith Basketball’s Hall of Fame for the Jerry West Outstanding Shooting Guard Award, given annually to the top shooting guard in college basketball. Messerly has been the editor or co-editor of more than 25 publications that have been awarded national or district recognition from CoSIDA, including several that were tabbed as best in the nation. He has earned several awards of excellence regionally and nationally for writing by CoSIDA. Messerly earned two degrees from WVU: a bachelor’s degree in business administration/finance in 1995 and a master’s degree in sport management in 1997. He was the recipient of the Sears Directors’ Cup Postgraduate Scholarship Award in 1996. He and his wife, April, who is WVU’s Associate Athletics Director for Facilities/Operations, have a son, Judd, and a daughter, Carper.

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ROUTT Forward, 6-11, 250 Senior

McCABE Guard, 6-0, 188 Sophomore

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BRIDGES Forward, 6-7, 210 Freshman

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Pronunciation Guide LAST NAMES

Osabuohien Oh-sah-BOY-en

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bob Huggins (West Virginia, ‘77), 13th Season at WVU, 38th Overall Associate Head Coach: Larry Harrison (Pitt, ‘78), 13th Season at WVU Assistant Coach: Ron Everhart (Virginia Tech, ’85), Eighth Season at WVU

Routt Route

Assistant Coach: Erik Martin (Cincinnati, ‘93), 13th Season at WVU

Tshiebwe SHEE-Bway

Assistant to the Head Coach: Jay Kuntz (West Virginia, ’12), Fifth Season at WVU

Director of Basketball Operations: Josh Eilert (Kansas State, ‘04), 13th Season at WVU Video Coordinator: Ryan McIntyre (West Virginia, ’16), 1st Season at WVU

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• Attended Fairmont Senior HS in Fairmont, W.Va. • Won the 2019 Bill Evans Award, given annually to the state player of the year in West Virginia • Helped lead Fairmont Senior to four consecutive state championship game appearances, winning two • Averaged 21.6 points, 6.7 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 2.2 blocks and 1.9 steals per game • Shot 62.1 percent from the field and 50.6 percent from 3-point range • Averaged 16.5 points per game for the Polar Bears in the 2019 West Virginia state tournament • Named captain of the Class AA Boys All-State Basketball First Team by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association • Named to the Class AA All-State Boys Basketball First Team as a junior and earned honorable mention honors as a sophomore • Ranked in the Top 100 by numerous scouting services

Personal • Son of Cory Bridges and Megan Oliverio • Birthday is May 14 • Enrolled in pre-sport management

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6-10, 255, Forward | Sophomore Brewster Academy | Warren G. Harding HS Youngstown, Ohio • Has appeared in 26 career games, making 14 starts

West Virginia (2018-19) • Named to the All-Big 12 Second Team and to the All-Big 12 Freshman Team (unanimous selection) • Named to the Big 12 Academic All-Rookie Team • Averaged 11.5 points and a team-high 9.9 rebounds per game • Started 14 of 26 contests, averaging 27.0 minutes per game • Shot 45.6 percent from the field • Led the Big 12 in rebounding in conference games only (10.9) and had the highest scoring average (12.5) among freshmen in Big 12 Conference games only • In Big 12 Conference games only, he finished first in the league in offensive rebounds (3.8), first in rebounding (10.9), second in defensive rebounds (7.1) and 12th in scoring (12.5) • Had eight double-doubles in Big 12 action, which ranked second in the league to Kansas’ Dedric Lawson (11) • Scored 22 points and grabbed 21 rebounds vs. TCU, the first WVU player to have a 20-20 game since Mo Robinson (1977) • Became the first WVU player since Rod Thorn (1961) to have two 20-plus rebounding games in the same season. • Finished 22nd in the country in fouls drawn per 40 minutes at 6.8 per contest • Went to the line 129 times in Big 12 play, ranking first in free throw attempts. • Had 11 points against Coastal Carolina in the CBI • Seven points and 10 rebounds against Grand Canyon in the CBI • Double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds against Kansas in the Big 12 Championship • Had 13 rebounds against Texas Tech • Double-double with 16 points and 21 rebounds at Oklahoma State • Double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds against Iowa State • Finished with nine points and nine rebounds at Oklahoma • Had 22 points and 21 rebounds vs. TCU - the first WVU player to have a 20-20 game in 42 years • Grabbed the most rebounds (21) in a game since Warren Baker had 22 vs. Pitt in 1974 • Had nine points and six rebounds at Baylor • Double-double with 11 points and 13 rebounds against Kansas State • Had nine points and 12 rebounds at Kansas • Finished with seven points and 11 rebounds against Texas • Double-double with 23 points and 12 rebounds at Texas Tech, including 15 of 24 from the foul line • Made his first career start and finished with 13 points and 14 rebounds • Had eight points at Iowa State • Scored 15 points and grabbed six rebounds at Tennessee • Finished with 11 points and seven rebounds against Kansas • Had eight points at TCU • Second consecutive double-double with 15 points and 15 rebounds against Oklahoma State • Double-double with 17 points and 12 rebounds at Kansas State • Finished with 17 points and nine rebounds at Texas • Had 12 points and eight rebounds against Texas Tech • First career double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds in 19 minutes against Lehigh • Played in his first collegiate game against Jacksonville State and finished with four points

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3-PTS REBOUNDS Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg JACKSONVILLE STATE 12/22/18 10 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.0 3 0 0 1 1 0 4 4.0 LEHIGH 12/30/18 19 4 6 .667 0 0 .000 3 7 .429 6 5 11 6.0 2 0 1 1 1 0 11 7.5 TEXAS TECH 01/02/19 28 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 6 9 .667 1 7 8 6.7 2 0 2 2 0 0 12 9.0 at Texas 01/05/19 22 8 12 .667 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 5 4 9 7.3 3 0 1 1 0 0 17 11.0 at Kansas State 01/09/19 34 7 14 .500 0 0 .000 3 5 .600 7 5 12 8.2 1 0 0 1 1 0 17 12.2 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/12/19 27 5 8 .625 0 0 .000 5 6 .833 4 11 15 9.3 3 0 1 1 2 1 15 12.7 at TCU 01/15/19 22 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 1 3 4 8.6 3 0 2 0 0 0 8 12.0 KANSAS 01/19/19 27 4 10 .400 0 0 .000 3 5 .600 2 5 7 8.4 4 0 3 3 1 1 11 11.9 BAYLOR 01/21/19 24 1 8 .125 0 0 .000 1 4 .250 1 7 8 8.3 4 0 0 1 0 0 3 10.9 at Tennessee 01/26/19 24 7 11 .636 0 0 .000 1 4 .250 1 5 6 8.1 3 0 0 3 1 0 15 11.3 at Iowa State 01/30/19 22 3 7 .429 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 2 2 4 7.7 1 0 3 4 0 0 8 11.0 OKLAHOMA 02/02/19 * 20 4 9 .444 0 0 .000 5 7 .714 5 9 14 8.3 4 0 2 2 0 2 13 11.2 at Texas Tech 02/04/19 * 35 4 10 .400 0 0 .000 15 24 .625 5 7 12 8.5 1 0 0 5 1 1 23 12.1 TEXAS 02/09/19 * 27 2 6 .333 0 0 .000 3 7 .429 4 7 11 8.7 0 0 4 1 1 0 7 11.7 at Kansas 02/16/19 * 32 2 10 .200 0 0 .000 5 9 .556 4 8 12 8.9 4 0 4 2 2 2 9 11.5 KANSAS STATE 02/18/19 * 36 3 9 .333 0 0 .000 5 8 .625 4 9 13 9.2 1 0 2 5 1 0 11 11.5 at Baylor 02/23/19 * 26 2 9 .222 0 0 .000 5 10 .500 4 2 6 9.0 5 1 1 6 1 0 9 11.4 TCU 02/26/19 * 50 8 12 .667 0 0 .000 6 7 .857 7 14 21 9.7 4 0 3 8 0 1 22 11.9 at Oklahoma 03/02/19 * 32 2 8 .250 0 0 .000 5 9 .556 2 7 9 9.6 1 0 0 2 0 2 9 11.8 IOWA STATE 03/06/19 * 36 5 10 .500 0 0 .000 5 9 .556 5 6 11 9.7 3 0 1 4 0 2 15 12.0 at Oklahoma State 03/09/19 * 35 8 14 .571 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 6 15 21 10.2 2 0 2 0 0 1 16 12.1 vs Oklahoma 03/13/19 * 13 3 7 .429 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 4 3 7 10.1 4 0 1 3 1 0 6 11.9 vs Texas Tech 03/14/19 * 32 1 8 .125 0 0 .000 4 4 1.000 3 10 13 10.2 3 0 3 1 1 1 6 11.6 vs Kansas 03/15/19 * 27 6 12 .500 0 1 .000 2 4 .500 4 7 11 10.3 2 0 4 5 0 0 14 11.7 GRAND CANYON 03/20/19 * 24 3 9 .333 0 0 .000 1 4 .250 4 6 10 10.2 4 0 0 1 1 0 7 11.5 COASTAL CAROLINA 03/25/19 18 3 5 .600 0 0 .000 5 7 .714 0 2 2 9.9 0 0 3 1 1 0 11 11.5 Totals 14 702 103 226 .456 0 1 .000 93 159 .585 92 166 258 9.9 67 1 43 64 17 14 299 11.5

DEREK CULVER CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS YEAR G/GS FG/A FG% 3FG/A 3FG% FT/A FT% PTS AVG REB AVG PF/D AST TO BLK STL MIN 2019 26/14 103/226 .456 0/1 .000 93/159 .585 299 11.5 258 9.9 67/1 43 64 17 14 702

DEREK CULVER SEASON HIGHS

Season Minutes 50 TCU/2-26 Points 23 Texas Tech/2-4 Rebounds 21 two times Assists 4 three times Turnovers 8 TCU/2-26 Blocks 2 two times Steals 2 four times FGM 8 three times FGA 14 two times FG% .750 (3-4) two times 3FGM 0 3FGA 1 Kansas/3-15 3FG% .000 (0-1) Kansas/3-15 FTM 15 Texas Tech/2-4 FTA 24 Texas Tech/2-4 FT% 1.000 (4-4) Texas Tech/3-14

Prior to West Virginia • Attended Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, in 2017-18 • Played for coach Jason Smith • First Team NEPSAC Class AAA selection • Averaged 14 points and 10 rebounds per game • Helped Brewster capture its eighth NEPSAC Class AAA regular season title in the last 11 seasons • Graduated from Warren G. Harding High, playing for coach Andy Vlajkovich • As a junior, he led Harding to a 23-4 record and regional semifinal appearance • In a season-ending playoff loss to Garfield Heights, he had 16 points and 12 rebounds • Averaged 16 points, 10 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game • Earned All-Ohio Honorable Mention honors by the Associated Press as a junior • Played AAU basketball for the Ohio Basketball Club

Personal • Son of Sharon White • Birthday is May 24 • Enrolled in undergraduate studies • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

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West Virginia (2018-19) • Started 24 of 36 games, averaging 25.1 minutes per contest • Averaged 7.1 points and 4.1 rebounds per contest • Handed out 87 assists • Shot 51.3 percent from the field • Led the team with 37 steals • Averaged 16.5 points per game in the last 10 games, including a career-high 28 points vs. ISU • Recorded 12 games in double figures, including nine of the last 10 contests • Double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds against Coastal Carolina in the CBI • Scored a game-high 24 points against Grand Canyon in the CBI • Finished with 11 points against Texas Tech in the Big 12 Championship • First career double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds vs. Oklahoma in Big 12 Championship • Had 16 points with seven rebounds at Oklahoma State • Scored a career-high 28 points to go with seven rebounds against Iowa State • Scored 23 points on 9-of-11 shooting to go with six rebounds and five assists at Oklahoma • Had 18 points against TCU with eight boards and six assists in 52 minutes • Scored 13 points with seven rebounds and five assists at Baylor • Posted five points with three rebounds and three assists against Texas • Finished with four points and three steals at Texas Tech • Had four points and two steals against Oklahoma • Finished with 13 points against Kansas, including the game-winning basket with 8.5 seconds left • Had 10 points and seven rebounds against Oklahoma State • Started and had a season-high 13 points at Kansas State • Finished with five points and four rebounds against Texas Tech • Had two points against Lehigh • Finished with two points and four rebounds against Jacksonville State • Had seven points and five rebounds against Rhode Island • Finished with three points, five rebounds and five assists against Florida • Had seven rebounds and two points against Youngstown State • Scored two points against Rider • Had four points, six rebounds and two steals against Valparaiso • Made his first WVU start against Saint Joseph’s and finished with two points • Had three points against Western Kentucky • Scored four points with two rebounds against Monmouth • Played four minutes against Buffalo in his first game as a Mountaineer

Prior to West Virginia • Came to WVU from Odessa College in Odessa, Texas • Averaged 10.2 points, 3.9 rebounds and 5.6 assists per game • Shot 54.1 percent from the field in 33 games • Had a season-high 22 points at Howard College • Advanced to the second round of the NJCAA men’s basketball national tournament

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JERMAINE HALEY SEASON HIGHS Season Minutes 52 TCU/2-26 Points 28 Iowa State/3-6 Rebounds 12 Oklahoma/3-13 Assists 6 two times Turnovers 5 four times Blocks 2 Oklahoma/3-13 Steals 3 three times FGM 13 Iowa State/3-6 FGA 20 Iowa State/3-6 FG% 1.000 (5-5) Kansas/1-19 3FGM 3 Oklahoma State/3-9 3FGA 4 three times 3FG% 1.000 (1-1) three times FTM 8 TCU/2-26 FTA 12 TCU/2-26 FT% 1.000 (5-5) Texas Tech/3-14

Personal • Son of Jermaine and Paula Haley • Birthday is April 30 • Father played football for the Toronto Argonauts, Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins as a defensive tackle from 1998-2004 • His grandfather, Otis Haley, was a high jumper with the United States National Team and set a national high school record of 2.21m (7-1 ¼) • Majoring in multidisciplinary studies

JERMAINE HALEY CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS YEAR G/GS FG/A FG% 3FG/A 3FG% FT/A FT% PTS AVG REB AVG PF/D AST TO BLK STL MIN 2019 36/24 97/189 .513 12/46 .261 50/77 .649 256 7.1 146 4.1 77/1 87 68 5 37 905

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6-3, 210, Guard | Senior Wheeling Central HS | Moundsville, W.Va. • Has appeared in 85 career games, making 19 starts

West Virginia (2018-19) • Named to the Academic All-Big 12 Men’s Basketball First Team • Played in all 36 games, starting 17 • Averaged 5.4 points per contest • Averaged 22.3 minutes per game • Had six games in double figures, including both games in the CBI • Had a season-high 15 points against Coastal Carolina in the CBI • Scored 10 points to go with four assists against Grand Canyon in the CBI • Finished with seven points against Texas Tech and Kansas in the Big 12 Championship • Had three points and three rebounds against Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship • Scored seven points against Iowa State • Scored three points at Oklahoma • Posted 13 points in 51 minutes off the bench in triple overtime win over TCU • Scored 11 points at Kansas • Had seven points and two blocks against Texas • Finished with three points against Oklahoma • Had three points at Iowa State • Scored nine points on 3-of-6 shooting from 3 against Tennessee • Had seven points on 3-of-3 shooting against Kansas • Finished with two points and three rebounds at TCU • Had three points, three rebounds and two assists at Kansas State • Finished with three points and four assists against Lehigh • Had four points and four assists against Jacksonville State • Scored five points against Rhode Island • Had four points against Pitt • Scored 11 points on 3-of-4 shooting from 3 against Florida • Had eight points and three assists against Youngstown State • Scored 11 points against Rider • Had three points against Valparaiso • Scored nine points against Saint Joseph’s • Had nine points against Western Kentucky • Scored five points against Monmouth • Started against Buffalo and finished with three points and four rebounds in 37 minutes

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West Virginia (2016-17)

• Named to the Academic All-Big 12 Men’s Basketball First Team • Played in 33 games, starting two • Averaged 1.6 points and 0.7 rebounds per game • Averaged 10.0 minutes per contest • Had 25 assists and 13 steals • Had two points against Iowa State at home • Started at Iowa State and finished with three points • Scored three points with two rebounds against Kentucky • Had seven points, three rebounds, two assists and two steals against Baylor • Scored three points against Fordham • Made his first career start against Coppin State and finished with three steals • Had three steals at Pitt • Scored eight points against NJIT • Had six points, including two late 3’s, and three steals against Marist • Scored a career-high 14 points, including 4-of-6 from 3-point range, against Long Beach State • Had a career-high seven assists against Morgan State • Played 15 minutes against American • Scored four points against Texas A&M in the season opener

• Named to the Big 12 Academic All-Rookie Team • Averaged 1.4 points per contest • Averaged 5.9 minutes per contest • Had eight assists and six steals • Saw two minutes of action at Baylor • Played four minutes at TCU • Saw two minutes of action against Texas • Played three minutes at Iowa State • Scored two points against Radford • Had four points in five minutes against UMKC • Scored three points and had two assists against Manhattan • Had nine points on 3-of-5 shooting from 3-point range against New Hampshire • Scored first career basket against Mississippi Valley State and finished with three points • Made one free throw against Mount St. Mary’s in his collegiate debut

• USA Today American Family Insurance All-USA West Virginia Player of the Year • Three-time West Virginia First Team All-State selection • Led Wheeling Central to the Class A W.Va. state championship finals • Helped the Maroon Knights to the 2014 championship and a runner-up finish in 2015 • Appeared in the North-South Boys Basketball game • Captain of the Class A All-State Team • Three-time selection to the All-OVAC First Team • Played for coach Mel Stephens • Set the school record for career points in his junior year • Averaged 24.5 points, 6.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.7 blocks per game as a junior • Played AAU basketball with the West Virginia Wildcats Select • Averaged 22 points, seven rebounds and four assists on Wheeling Central’s Class A state championship winning team as a sophomore

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• Came to West Virginia from Wheeling Central HS • Signed with the Mountaineers during the November signing period • Two-time West Virginia Gatorade Boys Basketball Player of the Year • Averaged 24.4 points, 6.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.4 blocks per game as a senior

• Son of John and Tammy Harler • Birthday is June 12 • Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in general business in August 2019 • Pursuing a master’s degree in sport management • Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

CHASE HARLER 2018-19 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 3-PTS REBOUNDS Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg BUFFALO 11/09/18 * 37 1 3 .333 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 4 4 4.0 5 1 1 2 1 0 3 3.0 vs Monmouth 11/15/18 * 33 2 5 .400 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 1 1 2 3.0 1 0 1 0 3 0 5 4.0 vs Western Kentucky 11/16/18 * 33 4 7 .571 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 1 2 3 3.0 0 0 2 2 0 1 9 5.7 vs Saint Joseph’s 11/18/18 * 21 2 5 .400 2 5 .400 3 3 1.000 0 1 1 2.5 3 0 1 0 1 0 9 6.5 VALPARAISO 11/24/18 * 20 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 1 1 1.000 0 0 0 2.0 3 0 0 0 0 1 3 5.8 RIDER 11/28/18 * 30 4 7 .571 2 5 .400 1 2 .500 0 0 0 1.7 0 0 2 0 0 0 11 6.7 YOUNGSTOWN STATE 12/01/18 * 24 3 7 .429 2 5 .400 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.4 1 0 3 0 0 0 8 6.9 vs Florida 12/04/18 * 19 4 5 .800 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.3 3 0 0 1 0 1 11 7.4 PITT 12/08/18 * 26 1 4 .250 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 0 3 0 1 4 7.0 vs Rhode Island 12/16/18 * 25 1 6 .167 1 4 .250 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 6.8 JACKSONVILLE STATE 12/22/18 * 26 1 4 .250 1 2 .500 1 3 .333 0 2 2 1.1 2 0 4 0 1 1 4 6.5 LEHIGH 12/30/18 * 23 1 5 .200 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.1 1 0 4 0 0 0 3 6.3 TEXAS TECH 01/02/19 * 19 0 4 .000 0 4 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.8 at Texas 01/05/19 6 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.4 at Kansas State 01/09/19 14 1 3 .333 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 3 3 1.1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 5.2 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/12/19 * 26 1 7 .143 0 5 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.1 3 0 2 0 0 0 2 5.0 at TCU 01/15/19 12 1 2 .500 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 2 1 3 1.2 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 4.8 KANSAS 01/19/19 * 19 3 3 1.000 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.2 1 0 0 1 0 0 7 4.9 BAYLOR 01/21/19 * 5 1 2 .500 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 4.8 at Tennessee 01/26/19 * 24 3 6 .500 3 6 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 0 0 1 2 0 2 9 5.0 at Iowa State 01/30/19 26 1 5 .200 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.1 2 0 3 0 0 0 3 4.9 OKLAHOMA 02/02/19 18 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 3 4 .750 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 4.8 at Texas Tech 02/04/19 23 0 5 .000 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 4.6 TEXAS 02/09/19 24 3 5 .600 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.1 0 0 0 0 2 0 7 4.7 at Kansas 02/16/19 25 5 9 .556 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 2 0 2 1.1 0 0 0 1 0 1 11 5.0 KANSAS STATE 02/18/19 22 1 5 .200 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.1 2 0 1 1 0 0 3 4.9 at Baylor 02/23/19 13 0 3 .000 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.7 TCU 02/26/19 51 5 11 .455 3 5 .600 0 0 .000 1 3 4 1.2 1 0 2 3 2 0 13 5.0 at Oklahoma 03/02/19 16 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 2 0 0 2 0 0 3 4.9 IOWA STATE 03/06/19 19 3 7 .429 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.1 2 0 2 1 0 0 7 5.0 at Oklahoma State 03/09/19 20 1 6 .167 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 4.9 vs Oklahoma 03/13/19 22 1 5 .200 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 3 3 1.2 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 4.8 vs Texas Tech 03/14/19 12 3 4 .750 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 0 0 0 1 7 4.9 vs Kansas 03/15/19 21 3 5 .600 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.1 3 0 1 0 1 0 7 5.0 GRAND CANYON 03/20/19 25 3 6 .500 2 4 .500 2 2 1.000 0 2 2 1.1 1 0 4 2 0 1 10 5.1 COASTAL CAROLINA 03/25/19 23 6 12 .500 3 8 .375 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.2 3 0 4 1 0 0 15 5.4 Totals 17 802 71 182 .390 38 116 .328 14 19 .737 8 34 42 1.2 56 1 43 26 11 11 194 5.4

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3-PTS REBOUNDS Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg vs Texas A&M 11/10/17 16 2 4 .500 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 2 0 2 0 1 0 4 4.0 AMERICAN 11/15/17 15 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.5 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 2.0 MORGAN STATE 11/18/17 23 1 5 .200 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 3 1.3 2 0 7 0 0 0 2 2.0 LONG BEACH STATE 11/20/17 30 4 9 .444 4 6 .667 2 2 1.000 0 2 2 1.5 1 0 2 0 1 1 14 5.0 vs Marist 11/23/17 20 2 6 .333 2 6 .333 0 0 .000 1 2 3 1.8 3 0 1 1 0 3 6 5.2 vs UCF 11/24/17 8 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.7 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.3 vs Missouri 11/26/17 11 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.4 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3.7 NJIT 11/30/17 22 3 5 .600 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 1 1 2 1.5 4 0 0 1 0 1 8 4.3 VIRGINIA 12/05/17 8 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.8 at Pitt 12/09/17 19 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.4 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 3.4 COPPIN STATE 12/20/17 * 24 1 5 .200 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.4 1 0 1 0 0 3 2 3.3 FORDHAM 12/23/17 15 1 1 1.000 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.3 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 3.3 at Oklahoma State 12/29/17 6 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 at Kansas State 01/01/18 11 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2.8 OKLAHOMA 01/06/18 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.6 BAYLOR 01/09/18 19 2 3 .667 1 2 .500 2 3 .667 3 0 3 1.1 2 0 2 0 0 2 7 2.9 at Texas Tech 01/13/18 4 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2.7 KANSAS 01/15/18 7 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2.6 TEXAS 01/20/18 12 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2.4 at TCU 01/22/18 5 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2.3 KENTUCKY 01/27/18 10 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 1 1 2 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 2.3 at Iowa State 01/31/18 * 15 1 3 .333 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 2.4 KANSAS STATE 02/03/18 5 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2.3 TCU 02/12/18 2 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.9 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2.2 at Baylor 02/20/18 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 IOWA STATE 02/24/18 4 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 0.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2.1 TEXAS TECH 02/26/18 0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 at Texas 03/03/18 4 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.8 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1.9 vs Baylor 03/08/18 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.9 vs Texas Tech 03/09/18 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.8 vs Murray State 03/16/18 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.7 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1.7 vs Marshall 03/18/18 4 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.7 vs Villanova 03/23/18 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.6 Totals 2 329 18 59 .305 12 39 .308 6 7 .857 7 15 22 0.7 33 0 25 8 3 13 54 1.6

CHASE HARLER 2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS

3-PTS REBOUNDS Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg MOUNT ST. MARY’S 11/11/16 14 0 4 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 2 2 2.0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1.0 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE 11/14/16 5 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 2.0 NEW HAMPSHIRE 11/20/16 14 3 5 .600 3 5 .600 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 3 0 2 1 0 2 9 4.3 vs Illinois 11/24/16 6 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 3.3 MANHATTAN 11/28/16 12 1 4 .250 1 2 .500 0 1 .000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 3.2 vs Western Carolina 12/07/16 10 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 1 0 1 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2.8 VMI 12/10/16 3 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.4 UMKC 12/17/16 5 2 4 .500 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.8 0 0 2 0 0 1 4 2.6 RADFORD 12/20/16 9 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2.6 NORTHERN KENTUCKY 12/23/16 3 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2.3 BAYLOR 01/10/17 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 at Iowa State 01/31/17 3 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.9 KANSAS STATE 02/11/17 2 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.8 TEXAS 02/20/17 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.6 at TCU 02/25/17 4 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1.5 at Baylor 02/27/17 2 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1.4 Totals 0 95 8 28 .286 4 13 .308 3 7 .429 1 5 6 0.4 11 0 8 4 0 6 23 1.4

CHASE HARLER CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS YEAR G/GS FG/A FG% 3FG/A 3FG% FT/A FT% PTS AVG REB AVG PF/D AST TO BLK STL MIN 2017 16/0 8/28 .286 4/13 .308 3/7 .429 23 1.4 6 0.4 11/0 8 4 0 6 95 2018 33/2 18/59 .305 12/39 .308 6/7 .857 54 1.6 22 0.7 33/0 25 8 3 13 329 2019 36/17 71/182 .390 38/116 .328 14/19 .737 194 5.4 42 1.2 56/1 43 26 11 11 194 Total 85/19 97/269 .361 54/168 .321 23/33 .697 271 3.2 70 0.8 100/1 76 38 14 30 1226

CHASE HARLER SEASON AND CAREER HIGHS

Season Career Minutes 51 TCU/2-26 51 TCU/2-26-19 Points 15 Coastal Carolina/3-25 15 Coastal Carolina/3-25-19 Rebounds 4 two times 4 two times Assists 4 four times 7 Morgan State/11-18-17 Turnovers 3 two times 3 two times Blocks 3 Monmouth/11-15 3 Monmouth/11-15-18 Steals 2 Tennessee/1-26 3 three times FGM 6 Coastal Carolina/3-25 6 Coastal Carolina/3-25-19 FGA 12 Coastal Carolina/3-25 12 Coastal Carolina/3-25-19 FG% 1.000 (3-3) Kansas/1-19 1.000 (3-3) Kansas/1-19-19 3FGM 3 three times 4 Long Beach/11-20-17 3FGA 6 Tennessee/1-26 6 three times 3FG% 1.000 (1-1) Kansas/1-19 1.000 (1-1) two times FTM 3 two times 3 two times FTA 4 Oklahoma/2-2 4 Oklahoma/2-2-19 FT% 1.000 (3-3) St. Joe’s/11-18 1.000 (3-3) St. Joe’s/11-18-18

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• Has appeared in 32 career games, making four starts

West Virginia (2018-19) • Played in 32 games, starting four contests • Averaged 5.0 points per contest • Averaged 13.8 minutes per game • Recorded 46 assists • Posted six games in double figures • Finished with four points and six rebounds against Grand Canyon in the CBI • Had 10 points and four assists against Kansas in the Big 12 Championship • Finished with three points against Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship • Had three points against Iowa State • Finished with three points at Oklahoma • Had 10 points against Kansas State • Scored five points at Kansas • Had five points at Texas Tech • Posted a career-high 25 points in the win over Oklahoma • Finished with three points, three rebounds and two steals at Iowa State • Had three points at Tennessee • Finished with 15 points against Baylor in 16 minutes of action • Had 12 points against Jacksonville State • Scored eight points against Rhode Island • Finished with four points and two rebounds against Pitt • Had seven points against Florida • Had 10 points and four rebounds in 14 minutes against Youngstown State • Scored three points with two rebounds against Rider • Made his first career start against Valparaiso and finished with seven assists • Scored nine points to go with five rebounds and five assists against Saint Joseph’s • Had three points against Western Kentucky • Scored six points against Buffalo in his first collegiate game

West Virginia (2017-18) • Redshirted his first season at WVU due to a knee injury

Prior to West Virginia • Attended Hargrave Military Academy, playing for coach A.W. Hamilton • Hargrave won 43 games in 2016-17 and advanced to the National Final Four • Hargrave averaged a whopping 114 points per game • Averaged 18 points and 3.1 assists per game • Shot 39 percent from 3-point range and 95 percent from the free throw line • Scored 25 points against Huntington Prep • Registered 29 points in the National Prep Showcase in New Haven, Connecticut • At South Charleston High, he averaged 28.5 points, 6.0 assists and 5.4 steals per game as a senior • Played for coach Vic Herbert • Named to the All-USA West Virginia Team by USA Today • Three-time selection to the Class AAA All-State Basketball First Team • Three-time selection to the Mountain State Athletic Conference All-League Team • Two-time MSAC Player of the Year • As a junior, he averaged 23.1 points, 6.2 rebounds and 6.3 assists • Entering his senior year, he had scored more than 1,000 points in two seasons • Averaged 18.8 points and 5.2 assists as a sophomore • Was the only non-senior on the Class AAA all-state basketball team • Played AAU basketball for the West Virginia Wildcats

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Season Minutes 29 Kansas State/2-18 Points 25 Oklahoma/2-2 Rebounds 6 Grand Canyon/3-20 Assists 7 Valparaiso/11-24 Turnovers 5 Florida/12-4 Blocks 0 Steals 3 Baylor/1-21 FGM 7 Oklahoma/2-2 FGA 12 two times FG% .700 (7-10) Oklahoma/2-2 3FGM 4 Oklahoma/2-2 3FGA 7 Kansas State/2-18 3FG% 1.000 (1-1) Rider/11-28 FTM 7 Oklahoma/2-2 FTA 9 Oklahoma/2-2 FT% 1.000 (2-2) five times

BRANDON KNAPPER 2018-19 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS

3-PTS REBOUNDS Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg BUFFALO 11/09/18 17 1 4 .250 1 3 .333 3 4 .750 0 3 3 3.0 3 0 2 4 0 0 6 6.0 vs Monmouth 11/15/18 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.5 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 3.0 vs Western Kentucky 11/16/18 14 1 3 .333 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.7 2 0 2 2 0 1 3 3.0 vs Saint Joseph’s 11/18/18 24 2 4 .500 1 3 .333 4 6 .667 1 4 5 2.5 2 0 5 1 0 0 9 4.5 VALPARAISO 11/24/18 * 27 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 3 3 2.6 0 0 7 2 0 0 2 4.0 RIDER 11/28/18 10 1 2 .500 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.5 1 0 2 3 0 1 3 3.8 YOUNGSTOWN STATE 12/01/18 14 4 7 .571 2 5 .400 0 0 .000 0 4 4 2.7 2 0 2 1 0 0 10 4.7 vs Florida 12/04/18 14 2 6 .333 1 3 .333 2 2 1.000 0 2 2 2.6 4 0 0 5 0 1 7 5.0 PITT 12/08/18 8 2 3 .667 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.6 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 4.9 vs Rhode Island 12/16/18 14 2 7 .286 2 4 .500 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 2.3 2 0 1 0 0 1 8 5.2 JACKSONVILLE STATE 12/22/18 22 3 7 .429 2 5 .400 4 5 .800 1 1 2 2.3 1 0 3 3 0 0 12 5.8 LEHIGH 12/30/18 7 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 5.3 TEXAS TECH 01/02/19 8 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4.9 at Kansas State 01/09/19 3 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.9 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4.6 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/12/19 10 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.9 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 4.3 at TCU 01/15/19 6 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.8 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 BAYLOR 01/21/19 16 6 12 .500 1 4 .250 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 1.7 2 0 2 2 0 3 15 4.6 at Tennessee 01/26/19 9 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 0 1 1 1.7 1 0 1 3 0 1 3 4.6 at Iowa State 01/30/19 7 1 4 .250 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 3 3 1.7 2 0 0 1 0 2 3 4.5 OKLAHOMA 02/02/19 26 7 10 .700 4 6 .667 7 9 .778 0 2 2 1.8 3 0 0 1 0 2 25 5.5 at Texas Tech 02/04/19 15 1 6 .167 1 4 .250 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 1.7 3 0 0 0 0 0 5 5.5 TEXAS 02/09/19 * 12 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 0 2 2 1.7 5 1 2 0 0 0 3 5.4 at Kansas 02/16/19 * 19 1 5 .200 1 4 .250 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 1.7 2 0 2 3 0 1 5 5.3 KANSAS STATE 02/18/19 * 29 4 12 .333 2 7 .286 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.7 3 0 2 0 0 0 10 5.5 at Oklahoma 03/02/19 9 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.7 3 0 1 2 0 0 3 5.4 IOWA STATE 03/06/19 8 1 4 .250 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.6 2 0 1 1 0 0 3 5.3 at Oklahoma State 03/09/19 14 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 1.6 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 5.2 vs Oklahoma 03/13/19 11 1 4 .250 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.6 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 5.1 vs Texas Tech 03/14/19 9 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.6 1 0 1 3 0 1 2 5.0 vs Kansas 03/15/19 26 4 9 .444 1 3 .333 1 3 .333 0 1 1 1.6 1 0 4 0 0 1 10 5.2 GRAND CANYON 03/20/19 15 2 6 .333 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 2 4 6 1.7 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 5.2 COASTAL CAROLINA 03/25/19 17 0 5 .000 0 4 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.7 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 Totals 4 441 51 145 .352 25 79 .316 33 43 .767 4 50 54 1.7 53 1 46 50 0 16 160 5.0

BRANDON KNAPPER CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS YEAR G/GS FG/A FG% 3FG/A 3FG% FT/A FT% PTS AVG REB AVG PF/D AST TO BLK STL MIN 2019 32/4 51/145 .352 25/79 .316 33/43 .767 160 5.0 54 1.7 53/1 46 50 0 16 441

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5-11, 170, Guard | Freshman Silver Grove HS | Fort Thomas, Ky.

• Prior to West Virginia • Attended Silver Grove High, playing for coach Tom Haney • Was the top scorer in Kentucky and 10th in the country as a senior at 34.9 points per game • Led the state of Kentucky in rebounding at 15.8 rebounds per game (23rd in nation) • Shot 50.1 percent from the field, 42 percent from 3-point range and 75 percent from the free throw line • Earned all-conference, All-10th Region, Louisville Courier Journal All-State and Lexington Herald Leader All-State honors • Received the KHSAA Mr. Basketball Award for the state’s leading scorer and rebounder • Four-time nominee for Cincinnati Enquirer Player of the Week • Named to the All-37th District Tournament team and the All-A All-Tournament team • Established scoring record (89 points) in Jack Kaelin Regional Tournament • Had a school single game record with 52 points on Jan. 29, 2019 • Then set the school single game record with 58 points on Jan. 31, 2019, followed by 61 points on Feb. 14, 2019 • Played AAU basketball for the Kentucky Royals who won the national AAU championship in 2015 and was a runner-up in 2016 • Was the leading scorer in national finals with 24 points

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6-7, 210, Forward | Sophomore Woodrow Wilson HS | Tacoma, Wash.

• Has appeared in 32 career games, making 12 starts

West Virginia (2018-19) • Named to the Big 12 Academic All-Rookie Team • Averaged 5.4 points and 3.1 rebounds per game • Played in 32 games, starting 12 • Shot 40.9 percent from the field and 80.9 percent from the free throw line • Averaged 16.4 minutes per game • Reached double figures in six games • Posted double figures in the two CBI games and finished the season in double figures four of the last six games • Had 21 points and eight rebounds against Coastal Carolina in the CBI • Finished with 11 points and three steals against Grand Canyon in the CBI • Had a season-high 28 points and eight rebounds against Texas Tech in the Big 12 Championship • The 28 points were the second-most points scored by a Big 12 freshman in 2018-19 • Had seven points and eight rebounds against Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship • Finished with 13 points and five rebounds at Oklahoma State • Had seven points and six rebounds against Iowa State • Scored eight points and had 10 rebounds at Oklahoma • Finished with three points and three rebounds against TCU • Had nine points against Kansas State • Made first collegiate start at Kansas and finished with seven points and five rebounds • Finished with two points against Texas • Had three points at Texas Tech • Matched a season high with 11 points at Iowa State • Scored two points at Tennessee • Had two points, three rebounds and two blocks at TCU • Finished with four points against Oklahoma State • Had two points, four rebounds and two steals against Jacksonville State • Had two rebounds against Rhode Island • Posted two points against Pitt • Had two points against Youngstown State • Scored 11 points against Rider • Finished with five points and five rebounds against Valparaiso • Scored five points and grabbed two rebounds against Saint Joseph’s • Had two rebounds against Monmouth

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• Averaged 22.3 points, 9.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 2.3 blocks per game as a senior at Woodrow Wilson High • Led Woodrow Wilson deep into the state playoffs for the third consecutive season • Was The News Tribune’s 2017-18 All-Area Player of the Year • Had 40 points and 13 rebounds against Central Kitsap • Posted 31 points, 21 rebounds and four blocks against Kelso • Earned the 3A Pierce County league MVP • Was the 3A senior state player of the year from the state coaches’ association • Finished his career with 1,614 points and 744 rebounds • Ended as Woodrow Wilson’s all-time winningest player with 80 victories • Averaged 24 points and 10 rebounds per game as a junior • Led the squad to the 3A state tournament • Named to The News Tribune’s All-Area Team

Season Minutes 36 Kansas State/2-18 Points 28 Texas Tech/3-14 Rebounds 10 Oklahoma/3-2 Assists 3 Oklahoma State/3-9 Turnovers 4 Kansas/2-16 Blocks 2 TCU/1-15 Steals 2 four times FGM 10 Texas Tech/3-14 FGA 14 Texas Tech/3-14 FG% 1.000 (1-1) two times 3FGM 2 two times 3FGA 6 Oklahoma/3-2 3FG% 1.000 (1-1) Texas Tech/2-4 FTM 8 Coastal Carolina/3-25 FTA 8 Coastal Carolina/3-25 FT% 1.000 (8-8) Coastal Carolina/3-25

Personal • Son of Emmitt Matthews Sr. and April Phillips • Birthday is November 1 • Majoring in sport management • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

EMMITT MATTHEWS JR. 2018-19 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS

3-PTS REBOUNDS Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg vs Monmouth 11/15/18 4 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 vs Saint Joseph’s 11/18/18 12 2 4 .500 0 1 .000 1 1 1.000 1 1 2 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 2.5 VALPARAISO 11/24/18 21 1 5 .200 0 2 .000 3 4 .750 2 3 5 3.0 1 0 0 1 1 0 5 3.3 RIDER 11/28/18 19 3 5 .600 0 0 .000 5 7 .714 0 3 3 3.0 2 0 2 0 0 0 11 5.3 YOUNGSTOWN STATE 12/01/18 14 1 2 .500 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 1 0 1 2.6 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 4.6 vs Florida 12/04/18 11 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 2.3 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 4.2 PITT 12/08/18 5 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 2.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3.9 vs Rhode Island 12/16/18 4 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3.4 JACKSONVILLE STATE 12/22/18 18 1 5 .200 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 2 2 4 2.3 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 3.2 LEHIGH 12/30/18 6 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2.9 TEXAS TECH 01/02/19 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 0 1 1 2.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.6 at Kansas State 01/09/19 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.4 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/12/19 10 1 4 .250 0 1 .000 2 2 1.000 1 0 1 1.8 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 2.5 at TCU 01/15/19 14 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 2 2 1.000 0 3 3 1.9 2 0 1 2 2 0 2 2.5 BAYLOR 01/21/19 10 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.8 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2.3 at Tennessee 01/26/19 9 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 1.8 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 2.3 at Iowa State 01/30/19 20 5 9 .556 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 3 1 4 1.9 1 0 1 0 0 0 11 2.8 OKLAHOMA 02/02/19 2 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.8 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2.7 at Texas Tech 02/04/19 13 1 2 .500 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.8 1 0 0 2 0 1 3 2.7 TEXAS 02/09/19 10 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 1.8 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 2.7 at Kansas 02/16/19 * 20 3 9 .333 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 3 2 5 1.9 1 0 1 4 0 1 7 2.9 KANSAS STATE 02/18/19 * 36 4 8 .500 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.9 2 0 1 2 0 0 9 3.1 at Baylor 02/23/19 * 12 1 2 .500 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.8 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 3.1 TCU 02/26/19 * 21 1 6 .167 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 1 2 3 1.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3.1 at Oklahoma 03/02/19 * 27 3 11 .273 2 6 .333 0 0 .000 7 3 10 2.2 1 0 1 3 0 2 8 3.3 IOWA STATE 03/06/19 * 28 3 9 .333 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 3 3 6 2.3 1 0 2 1 0 1 7 3.4 at Oklahoma State 03/09/19 * 25 5 6 .833 1 2 .500 2 4 .500 2 3 5 2.4 1 0 3 2 0 0 13 3.8 vs Oklahoma 03/13/19 * 24 3 7 .429 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 2 6 8 2.6 1 0 0 1 0 3 7 3.9 vs Texas Tech 03/14/19 * 33 10 14 .714 2 4 .500 6 6 1.000 6 2 8 2.8 3 0 1 2 1 2 28 4.7 vs Kansas 03/15/19 * 32 2 10 .200 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 2 1 3 2.8 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 4.7 GRAND CANYON 03/20/19 * 35 3 8 .375 0 2 .000 5 5 1.000 3 3 6 2.9 0 0 1 1 0 2 11 4.9 COASTAL CAROLINA 03/25/19 * 28 6 13 .462 1 4 .250 8 8 1.000 6 2 8 3.1 0 0 1 2 1 0 21 5.4 Totals 12 526 61 149 .409 14 58 .241 38 47 .809 48 51 99 3.1 28 0 20 28 7 16 174 5.4

EMMITT MATTHEWS JR. CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS YEAR G/GS FG/A FG% 3FG/A 3FG% FT/A FT% PTS AVG REB AVG PF/D AST TO BLK STL MIN 2019 32/12 61/149 .409 14/58 .241 38/47 .809 174 5.4 99 3.1 28/0 20 28 7 16 526

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6-2, 196, Guard | Freshman Archbishop Moeller HS | Cincinnati, Ohio

Prior to West Virginia • Played at Archbishop Moeller High for coach Carl Kremer • Led Moeller to the Ohio Division I state championship with a 29-0 record • Moeller became the first Division I state champion to go undefeated since Zanesville in 1995 • Moeller became Greater Cincinnati’s first big-school unbeaten champion since Hamilton Taft in 1962 • Moeller became the first Cincinnati-area program to win back-to-back Division I titles since Elder in 1973-74 • Named to the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association (OPSWA) Division I Ohio All-State First Team as a senior • Averaged 13.8 points per game • Named the Greater Catholic League (GCL) South Division Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year • Named First Team All-Southwest District • All-USA Ohio First Team by USA Today • Averaged 5.3 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 2.0 steals per game • Shot 39.7 percent from 3-point range • Was a starter on Moeller’s Division I state runner-up team as a sophomore • Team finished the season with a 28-1 record • Was second on the team in scoring at 10.9 points per game • Averaged 3.4 rebounds, 1.7 steals and 2.3 assists • Shot 56.1 percent from the field, 43.3 percent from 3-point range and 72.2 percent from the free throw line • Named to the First Team Greater Catholic League South and First Team All-Southwest District • Injured his foot while playing quarterback in football his junior season and played in two basketball games • In five football games, he threw for 17 touchdowns and was 58-of-78 passing • Threw for 201 yards on 11-of-12 passing with four touchdowns against Hamilton • Was 9-for-11 for 197 yards and five touchdowns against Lafayette and threw for four scores while rushing for 118 yards against Scott County • Played in the state semifinals and finals in basketball as a junior, scoring 14 points in 14 minutes in leading Moeller to an 83-65 win over Solon for the Ohio Division I title

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• Has appeared in 35 career games, making 15 starts

West Virginia (2018-19) • Named to the Big 12 Academic All-Rookie Team • Averaged 5.8 points per game and led the team in assists with 88 • Second on the team with 31 steals • Averaged 18.5 minutes per game • Shot 74.3 percent from the free throw line • Played in 35 games, starting 15 • Reached double figures in eight games, all coming in the final 10 games of the season • Had 11 points, four rebounds and six assists against Coastal Carolina in the CBI • Had 13 points, eight assists and four steals against Texas Tech in the Big 12 Championship • Finished with 12 points against Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship • Had 12 points at Oklahoma State • Finished with 18 points and five assists against Iowa State • Named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week for his performances against TCU and Oklahoma • Had 18 points and three steals at Oklahoma • Became the first college basketball player since 2010 to have 25 points, 11 assists, six steals in the win over TCU, playing 50 minutes of action • Finished with 14 points, five rebounds and four assists at Baylor • Had six points at Kansas • Finished with seven points at Texas Tech • Had three points against Oklahoma • Started and played a season-high 30 minutes at Iowa State • Had six points, four assists and two steals at Tennessee • Finished with three points and three assists at Kansas State • Had seven points and three rebounds at Texas • Made his first career start against Lehigh and finished with five points and three rebounds • Had three points against Rhode Island • Finished with six points and three assists against Youngstown State • Had eight assists against Rider • Finished with one point and two assists against Valparaiso • Had five points against Saint Joseph’s • Scored nine points against Monmouth • Played nine minutes in his first collegiate game against Buffalo

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JORDAN MCCABE 2018-19 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS

3-PTS REBOUNDS Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg BUFFALO 11/09/18 9 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 vs Monmouth 11/15/18 16 2 3 .667 2 3 .667 3 4 .750 0 3 3 2.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 9 4.5 vs Western Kentucky 11/16/18 5 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.3 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 4.0 vs Saint Joseph’s 11/18/18 7 1 2 .500 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 1.5 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 3.8 VALPARAISO 11/24/18 18 0 5 .000 0 2 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 0 1.2 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 3.2 RIDER 11/28/18 18 0 4 .000 0 2 .000 1 2 .500 1 1 2 1.3 1 0 8 3 0 1 1 2.8 YOUNGSTOWN STATE 12/01/18 12 2 6 .333 2 5 .400 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 3 0 0 0 6 3.3 vs Florida 12/04/18 5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 1 1 2 1.3 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 3.1 vs Rhode Island 12/16/18 5 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 3.1 JACKSONVILLE STATE 12/22/18 3 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2.8 LEHIGH 12/30/18 * 12 2 6 .333 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 1 2 3 1.2 2 0 2 1 0 1 5 3.0 TEXAS TECH 01/02/19 * 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.8 at Texas 01/05/19 28 2 3 .667 2 3 .667 1 2 .500 1 2 3 1.2 2 0 0 1 0 0 7 3.1 at Kansas State 01/09/19 16 1 2 .500 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.2 1 0 3 3 0 1 3 3.1 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/12/19 11 0 6 .000 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.2 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 2.9 at TCU 01/15/19 12 0 4 .000 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.2 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 2.7 KANSAS 01/19/19 5 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2.5 BAYLOR 01/21/19 5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2.4 at Tennessee 01/26/19 16 2 3 .667 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 2 0 4 2 0 2 6 2.6 at Iowa State 01/30/19 * 30 1 5 .200 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.1 4 0 3 3 0 0 2 2.6 OKLAHOMA 02/02/19 * 11 1 6 .167 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 2.6 at Texas Tech 02/04/19 * 22 2 5 .400 1 3 .333 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 1.0 2 0 0 2 0 1 7 2.8 TEXAS 02/09/19 10 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.9 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 2.7 at Kansas 02/16/19 19 3 9 .333 0 4 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 1.0 0 0 2 3 0 2 6 2.8 KANSAS STATE 02/18/19 13 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2.7 at Baylor 02/23/19 * 38 5 9 .556 2 6 .333 2 2 1.000 0 5 5 1.1 2 0 4 1 0 0 14 3.1 TCU 02/26/19 * 50 8 19 .421 3 9 .333 6 10 .600 1 4 5 1.3 4 0 11 4 0 6 25 3.9 at Oklahoma 03/02/19 * 35 6 15 .400 4 11 .364 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 1.3 4 0 3 1 0 3 18 4.4 IOWA STATE 03/06/19 * 31 5 7 .714 5 6 .833 3 4 .750 0 2 2 1.3 3 0 5 2 0 0 18 4.9 at Oklahoma State 03/09/19 * 30 4 11 .364 4 8 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.2 0 0 5 4 0 0 12 5.1 vs Oklahoma 03/13/19 * 37 4 15 .267 4 10 .400 0 0 .000 0 3 3 1.3 3 0 2 1 0 1 12 5.4 vs Texas Tech 03/14/19 * 35 4 18 .222 2 7 .286 3 3 1.000 2 2 4 1.4 1 0 8 4 0 4 13 5.6 vs Kansas 03/15/19 * 21 3 7 .429 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.4 3 0 2 2 0 0 7 5.6 GRAND CANYON 03/20/19 * 30 2 10 .200 1 6 .167 0 0 .000 1 4 5 1.5 2 0 4 1 0 2 5 5.6 COASTAL CAROLINA 03/25/19 * 30 4 10 .400 3 8 .375 0 0 .000 0 4 4 1.6 3 0 6 3 0 2 11 5.8 Totals 15 647 66 205 .322 44 130 .338 26 35 .743 13 42 55 1.6 50 0 88 50 0 31 202 5.8

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6-3, 207, Guard | Sophomore Sinclair Community College | Cooper HS Union. Ky. Prior to West Virginia • Attended Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio • Led the nation in scoring, averaging 29.7 points per contest as well as leading the nation with 4.3 3-point field goals made per game • Earned National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division II First Team All-America honors • Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) Player and Freshman of the Year • Made 6.4 free throws per game (second in the nation) • Finished with an 87.6 percent mark from the free throw line (sixth in the nation) • Collected six OCCAC Player of the Week honors • Named NJCAA National Player of the Week on Feb. 18, 2019 • Shot 49.5 percent from the field and 43.1 percent from 3-point range • Averaged 6.1 rebounds per game • Had 30 or more points in a game 15 times • Had 55 points against Bryant & Stratton to establish a school scoring record • Scored 40 or more points six times • Set school records for points in a season (921), 3-pointers in a season (132) and points per game (29.7, single season and career record) • A 2017 graduate of Cooper High School • Second all-time in career points (1,265) and in the top five in eight other categories • First in scoring average (15.6) and rebounding average (5.9) • Led Cooper High to a state runner-up finish his senior season • Averaged 17 points and 6.3 rebounds per game as a senior

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West Virginia (2018-19) • Named to the Academic All-Big 12 Men’s Basketball Second Team • Appeared in 34 games with 11 starts • Averaged 2.3 points and 2.1 rebounds per game • Averaged 8.3 minutes per contest • Finished with five points, five rebounds, three blocks and two assists against Grand Canyon • Had four points and two rebounds against Kansas in the Big 12 Championship • Finished with two points and four rebounds against Texas Tech the Big 12 Championship • Had eight points and grabbed five rebounds against Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship • Scored six points at Baylor • Had two points at Kansas • Scored two points against Youngstown State • Finished with three points and two rebounds against Baylor • Had two points and two rebounds at TCU • Finished with two points and five rebounds against Lehigh • Had five points, three rebounds and two blocks against Jacksonville State • Scored five points with three rebounds against Rhode Island • Started and finished with four points and five rebounds against Pitt • Finished with two points and four rebounds against Florida • Had eight points against Youngstown State • Made his first career start against Rider and finished with seven points and eight rebounds • Had two points and three rebounds against Western Kentucky • Scored five points against Monmouth • Scored two points with three rebounds against Buffalo

West Virginia (2017-18) • Earned a scholarship for the 2017-18 season • Played in 31 games, averaging 7.5 minutes per game • Averaged 1.1 points and 2.1 rebounds per game • Shot 62.5 percent from the field • Blocked 11 shots • Finished with two rebounds and one block against Marshall in the NCAA Tournament • Scored seven points and grabbed four rebounds against Murray State in the NCAA Tournament • Had two points and five rebounds against Kansas in the Big 12 Championship

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West Virginia (2016-17) • Averaged 1.1 points and 1.1 rebounds per game • Played 31 minutes for an average of 2.8 minutes per game • Scored two points against Kansas State • Saw two minutes of action against Northern Kentucky • Had one point in two minutes against Radford • Scored four points with three rebounds and two blocks in three minutes vs. UMKC • Played five minutes against Western Carolina • Scored three points and grabbed three rebounds in five minutes vs. Manhattan • Played three minutes against Illinois in the NIT Season Tip-Off • Scored his first collegiate basket against New Hampshire • Played three minutes in his first collegiate game vs. Mississippi Valley State

West Virginia (2015-16) • Sat out his freshman season from competition

In High School • Tallied 1,089 career points at Cameron High • Scored 493 points as a senior • Averaged 20 points, four assists, 14 rebounds and six blocks per game

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Personal • Son of Lance Routt and Marie Beresford • Birthday is December 6 • Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sport management in 2019 • Pursuing a master’s degree in business administration • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

3-PTS REBOUNDS Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg BUFFALO 11/09/18 9 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 3 3 3.0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 2.0 vs Monmouth 11/15/18 9 2 2 1.000 0 0 .000 1 4 .250 1 0 1 2.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 3.5 vs Western Kentucky 11/16/18 10 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 2 1 3 2.3 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 3.0 vs Saint Joseph’s 11/18/18 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2.3 VALPARAISO 11/24/18 9 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1.8 RIDER 11/28/18 * 14 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 5 3 8 2.5 1 0 1 0 1 2 7 2.7 YOUNGSTOWN STATE 12/01/18 11 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 2 3 .667 2 1 3 2.6 3 0 0 1 0 0 8 3.4 vs Florida 12/04/18 7 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 2 4 2.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3.3 PITT 12/08/18 * 11 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 3 5 3.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 3.3 vs Rhode Island 12/16/18 * 20 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 1 4 .250 2 1 3 3.0 3 0 1 0 1 0 5 3.5 JACKSONVILLE STATE 12/22/18 * 18 2 5 .400 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 2 1 3 3.0 4 0 0 1 2 0 5 3.6 LEHIGH 12/30/18 * 10 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 3 2 5 3.2 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 3.5 TEXAS TECH 01/02/19 * 7 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 3.1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 3.4 at Texas 01/05/19 * 4 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 2.9 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3.1 at Kansas State 01/09/19 * 3 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.9 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/12/19 * 6 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.8 at TCU 01/15/19 * 9 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 2.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2.7 BAYLOR 01/21/19 3 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 2 0 2 2.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2.7 at Tennessee 01/26/19 8 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 2.5 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 2.6 at Iowa State 01/30/19 7 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 0 2.4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2.5 OKLAHOMA 02/02/19 7 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.3 at Texas Tech 02/04/19 0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.2 TEXAS 02/09/19 2 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 2.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2.2 at Kansas 02/16/19 8 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.0 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 2.2 KANSAS STATE 02/18/19 7 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 at Baylor 02/23/19 16 2 2 1.000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 1 0 1 1.9 4 0 0 0 0 0 6 2.3 TCU 02/26/19 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.2 IOWA STATE 03/06/19 5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 at Oklahoma State 03/09/19 4 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.0 vs Oklahoma 03/13/19 16 3 3 1.000 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 2 3 5 1.9 1 0 0 1 0 0 8 2.2 vs Texas Tech 03/14/19 4 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 3 1 4 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 2.2 vs Kansas 03/15/19 8 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 2.0 1 0 1 2 0 0 4 2.3 GRAND CANYON 03/20/19 15 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 2 3 5 2.1 3 0 2 0 3 0 5 2.4 COASTAL CAROLINA 03/25/19 * 11 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 2.1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 2.3 Totals 11 281 31 58 .534 0 0 .000 16 34 .471 40 31 71 2.1 41 0 7 12 12 5 78 2.3

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3-PTS REBOUNDS Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg vs Texas A&M 11/10/17 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 2.0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 AMERICAN 11/15/17 15 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 3 1 4 3.0 0 0 4 0 1 0 6 3.0 MORGAN STATE 11/18/17 15 2 2 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 1 3 3.0 2 0 0 1 1 0 4 3.3 LONG BEACH STATE 11/20/17 4 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.5 vs Marist 11/23/17 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 2.2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 2.0 vs UCF 11/24/17 5 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 1 3 2.3 3 0 0 1 2 0 2 2.0 vs Missouri 11/26/17 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1.7 NJIT 11/30/17 11 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.9 4 0 1 1 2 0 2 1.8 COPPIN STATE 12/20/17 11 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 6 0 6 2.3 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 2.0 at Oklahoma State 12/29/17 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.8 BAYLOR 01/09/18 0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.6 at Texas Tech 01/13/18 11 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.5 TEXAS 01/20/18 10 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 3 5 2.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.4 at TCU 01/22/18 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.3 KENTUCKY 01/27/18 9 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 0 2 1.9 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 at Iowa State 01/31/18 3 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.8 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1.1 KANSAS STATE 02/03/18 9 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 1 1 1.000 1 3 4 1.9 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 1.2 at Oklahoma 02/05/18 6 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 0 2 1.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1.3 OKLAHOMA STATE 02/10/18 15 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 0 2 1.9 5 1 0 3 0 0 0 1.2 TCU 02/12/18 7 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 1 3 2.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 at Kansas 02/17/18 9 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 2.0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1.1 at Baylor 02/20/18 9 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 1 3 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1.0 IOWA STATE 02/24/18 10 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 1 0 1 2.0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1.0 TEXAS TECH 02/26/18 4 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 2 0 2 2.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1.0 at Texas 03/03/18 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.9 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1.0 vs Baylor 03/08/18 17 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 2 2 1.9 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 1.0 vs Texas Tech 03/09/18 5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 vs Kansas 03/10/18 8 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 4 1 5 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 1.0 vs Murray State 03/16/18 16 3 3 1.000 0 0 .000 1 1 1.000 1 3 4 2.1 1 0 1 0 0 0 7 1.2 vs Marshall 03/18/18 7 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 2.1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1.2 vs Villanova 03/23/18 8 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 2.1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1.1 Totals 0 233 15 24 .625 0 0 .000 5 10 .500 39 25 64 2.1 40 1 10 12 11 0 35 1.1

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3-PTS REBOUNDS Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE 11/14/16 3 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 NEW HAMPSHIRE 11/20/16 4 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 1.0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 1.0 vs Illinois 11/24/16 3 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.7 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.7 MANHATTAN 11/28/16 5 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 2 1 3 1.3 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 1.3 vs Western Carolina 12/07/16 5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 1.4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 VMI 12/10/16 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.8 UMKC 12/17/16 3 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 3 0 3 1.4 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 1.3 RADFORD 12/20/16 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 1 1 1.4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1.3 NORTHERN KENTUCKY 12/23/16 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 BAYLOR 01/10/17 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 KANSAS STATE 02/11/17 2 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1.1 Totals 0 31 4 5 .800 0 0 .000 4 6 .667 8 4 12 1.1 6 0 1 2 3 0 12 1.1

LOGAN ROUTT CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS YEAR G/GS FG/A FG% 3FG/A 3FG% FT/A FT% PTS AVG REB AVG PF/D AST TO BLK STL MIN 2017 11/0 4/5 .800 0/0 .000 4/6 .667 12 1.1 12 1.1 6/0 1 2 3 0 31 2018 31/0 15/24 .625 0/0 .000 5/10 .500 35 1.1 64 2.1 40/1 10 12 11 0 233 2019 34/11 31/58 .534 0/0 .000 16/34 .471 78 2.3 71 2.1 41/0 7 12 12 5 281 Total 76/11 50/87 .575 0/0 .000 25/50 .500 125 1.6 147 1.9 87/1 18 26 26 5 545

LOGAN ROUTT SEASON AND CAREER HIGHS

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Minutes 18 Jacksonville St./12-22 Points 8 two times Rebounds 8 Rider/11-28 Assists 2 Grand Canyon/3-20 Turnovers 2 two times Blocks 3 Grand Canyon/3-20 Steals 2 Rider/11-28 FGM 3 two times FGA 5 Jacksonville St./12-22 FG% 1.000 (3-3) Oklahoma/3-13 3FGM 0 3FGA 0 3FG% .000 FTM 3 Rider/11-28 FTA 4 four times FT% 1.000 (2-2) two times

Career 18 Jacksonville State/12-22-18 8 two times 8 Rider/11-28-18 4 American/11-15-17 3 Oklahoma State/2-10-18 3 Grand Canyon/3-20-19 2 Rider/11-28-18 3 four times 5 Jacksonville State/12-22-18 1.000 (3-3) three times 0 0 .000 3 Rider/11-28-18 4 five times 1.000 (2-2) three times

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SHERMAN 6-4, 185, Guard | Junior Collin College | Fort Bend Thurgood Marshall HS Missouri City, Texas Prior to West Virginia • Came to WVU from Collin College in McKinney, Texas • Named a National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I Second Team All-American • Scored 25.9 points per game, finishing fourth in most points overall in NJCAA Division I • Finished 15th in field goals made and 14th in free throw percentage at 87.5 percent • Contributed 4.8 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game • Shot 49.0 percent from the field and 39.9 percent from 3-point range • Set six Collin College records during his career • Scored 47 points in the win at Grayson College, 46 points in the win against Ranger College and 43 points in the win against East Texas Baptist JV • Scored double figures in every game that he played in • Averaged 15.2 points per game as a freshman • Shot 47.1 percent from the field, 38.8 percent from 3-point range and 80.7 percent from the free throw line • Attended high school at Fort Bend Thurgood Marshall • Helped the Buffalos reach the Class 5A boys basketball state championship game

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Prior to West Virginia • The second McDonald’s All-American to enroll at WVU as a freshman (Chris Brooks, ’86) • The third McDonald’s All-American to play at WVU (Brooks, ’86 and Ohio State transfer Greg Simpson, ’96) • Had a double-double in the McDonald’s All-American Game with 12 points and 10 rebounds in 18 minutes • Ranked as a 5-star recruit and Top 25 senior by numerous scouting services • Attended Kennedy Catholic High School in Hermitage, Pennsylvania, for coach Rick Mancino • Led Kennedy to a 27-3 record and 6A state title as a senior • Averaged 23.2 points per game as a senior • Compiled 1,480 career points • Named to the USA Today Pennsylvania All-State First Team • Gatorade Pennsylvania Boys Basketball Player of the Year • Named First Team All-State in 6A by the Pennsylvania sports writers • Helped key Kennedy High to the Class 1A PIAA state championship as a junior • In the finals, he posted 24 points to go with 19 rebounds in the win over Shamokin Lourdes • Named First Team All-State by the Pennsylvania sports writers • Reached double figures in every game, scoring 523 points for the season • Played AAU basketball for the ITPS Wildcats, averaging 21.3 points, 11.8 rebounds and 2.4 blocks per game while shooting 61 percent from the floor • Previously attended Mountain Mission School in Grundy, Virginia, for two years and Institut Majikazo in Democratic Republic of The Congo

Personal • Son of Mbuyi Tshiebwe and Kaya Rosalie Tshiebwe • Has a 7-foot-5 wingspan • Birthday is November 27 • Enrolled in undergraduate studies

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Big 12 Conference The Big 12 is nearing its silver anniversary as it is in its 24th year in 2019-20 as one of the nation’s premier athletic conferences under the direction of eighth-year commissioner Bob Bowlsby. TCU and West Virginia joined the league on July 1, 2012 and became the Big 12’s first additions since inception, joining Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas and Texas Tech. With 10 members, the Big 12 remains as the only autonomy conference to determine its champions in all sports directly on the field of play with a full round-robin schedule. The Conference’s hard work ethic and strong values have translated to enormous success in its first 22 years. Since it began competition in 1996-97, the league can boast of 63 NCAA team titles and 664 individual national championships. The Big 12 has been at the forefront in college athletics reform, specifically with student-athlete welfare issues to include cost of attendance, studentathlete time demands and strengthening its policy for concussion diagnosis and management. In 2014-15, the Big 12 introduced and hosted three “State of Collegiate Athletics” forums to examine the issues facing college athletics. Two were conducted in Washington, D.C and one in New York City. Panelists included respected authorities from intercollegiate athletics, university leadership and sports journalism. The third forum featured a special session comprised of student-athletes. The Big 12 has continued the “State of Collegiate Athletics” forums the past five seasons with Dallas serving as the host site for three events and one staged in Atlanta. The award-winning Big 12 Champions for Life, an initiative of the Conference, begins its fifth year in 2019-20. It features student-athletes, selected by league institutions, in a series of public service announcements highlighting the positive impact an athletics scholarship has had on their lives leading to stories of personal growth and success. The Big 12 was the only conference to place a team in the Final Four and CFP semifinals in both 2017-18 and 2018-19. Texas Tech played in the 2019 national championship game while Kansas competed in the 2018 Final Four. Oklahoma was in the CFP semifinals in both seasons. Additionally, the Big 12 was the lone conference that had teams play in the 2019 men’s (Texas Tech) and women’s (Baylor) Final Fours, and the NIT (Texas, TCU) and WNIT (TCU)

semifinals. Baylor won the women’s basketball national title while Texas was the NIT champion. The Big 12 also claimed both of the Associated Press basketball coaches of the year as Kim Mulkey (Baylor) captured the women’s award while Chris Beard (Texas Tech) picked up the men’s honor. In addition to Baylor’s women’s basketball crown, national championships were won by Texas Tech men’s outdoor track & field, Texas men’s tennis and Oklahoma women’s gymnastics while Iowa State claimed the National Invitation Volleyball Tournament. NCAA runner-up finishes besides Texas Tech men’s basketball included UT men’s swimming & diving and men’s golf along with OU softball. The Big 12 placed 70% of its teams in 2018 bowl games highlighted by No. 2 Oklahoma competing in the CFP Semifinal at the Orange Bowl and a Texas win over No. 5 Georgia in the Sugar Bowl. The Big 12 has made eight appearances in a CFP News Year’s Bowl in the five years of the structure, including OU and UT in 2018. The Sooners made their second-straight CFP semifinal appearance and third in four years. Additionally, the Big 12 added its seventh Heisman Trophy winner since 1996 when Kyler Murray (Oklahoma) took home the award, following former Sooner QB Baker Mayfield (Oklahoma) in 2017. The Conference has had a finalist in 15 of its seasons for a total of 20 with two finalists in five seasons. Thirty-nine major individual awards have been won by Big 12 studentathletes in football over the past nine campaigns. Overall, more than 4,800 student-athletes have earned AllAmerica recognition. The Big 12 and its member institutions are committed to a competitive environment where sportsmanship and fair play take center stage. Whether on the field, in the classroom, or within the community, the student-athletes, administrators, coaches and game officials of the Big 12 support the highest ideals in sportsmanship. National academic accolades have always been strong in the Big 12. Ty Darlington (Oklahoma) was the recipient of the 2015 William V. Campbell Trophy, known as the Academic Heisman. Jevon Carter (West Virginia) was presented the NCAA Today’s Top 10 Award in January 2019. It recognizes former student-athletes for their successes on the fields and courts, in the classroom and in the community. Since 1996, the Big 12 has a total of 12 honorees for this prestigious award.

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In the last eight seasons, 19 studentathletes were recipients of the NCAA Elite 90 Award with Baylor’s Lauren Cox (women’s basketball) and Colin Kober (men’s golf), Oklahoma State’s Sofia Blanco (women’s tennis), Texas’ Johnny Goodwin (men’s tennis) and Texas Tech’s Davide Moretti (men’s basketball), picking up the most recent honors in 2017-18. The accolade showcases individuals who have reached the pinnacle of competition at the national championship level, while also achieving the highest academic standard among their peers. In its short history, the Big 12 has over 680 Academic All-America recipients, averaging about 30 each season. Big 12 student-athletes have shown commitment to their studies by earning numerous individual academic recognitions. Fourteen times in the past 15 years a league athlete has garnered the top academic honor for their respective sport, including Jevon Carter (West Virginia) for men’s basketball in 2017-18 and Bianca St. Georges (West Virginia) for soccer in 2018-19. Competitive excellence, scholarship and sportsmanship are all equal components of the Big 12 philosophy. All-Big 12 teams and Academic AllBig 12 squads are recognized for each sport at the end of their respective seasons. At the end of each academic year, the Conference honors its top male and female student-athletes with the Big 12 Athlete of the Year and Big 12 Sportsperson of the Year awards. Institutions can also nominate student-athletes for the prestigious Dr. Prentice Gautt Postgraduate Scholarships. A total of 441 scholars have received over $3.3 million in postgraduate financial aid through the first 23 years of the program. The Big 12 sponsors 23 sports. Men’s squads include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field, swimming & diving, tennis and wrestling. Women’s teams are fielded in basketball, cross country, equestrian, golf, gymnastics, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis and volleyball. Big 12 institutions create a league that encompasses five states and nearly 38 million people. Nearly 5,000 student-athletes from across the United States and around the World compete annually in the sports sponsored by the Conference. The Conference currently conducts postseason championships for 21 of its 23 sports with the Football Championship Game returning in 2017 after a six-year absence. Each championship helps to determine teams and/or individuals that will represent the Conference in national postseason competition. The Conference office is headquartered in Irving, Texas.


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Jessica Hamm Assistant Director - Media Services........................................................................................................................Russell Luna Assistant Director - Video Services....................................................................................................................... Justin Nusser Coordinator - Multimedia Design..........................................................................................................................Robert Rosa Digital Correspondent.................................................................................................................................... Brittany Graham Digital Correspondent............................................................................................................................................Aaron Pryor Digital Correspondent..............................................................................................................................Christine Williamson Executive Assistant to the Commissioner - Manager of Executive Affairs......................................................... Melanie Ellis Administrative Assistant.................................................................................................................................... Regina Everett Administrative Assistant........................................................................................................................................... Tracy Hunt Administrative Assistant............................................................................................................................Christina Monjarraz Administrative Assistant...................................................................................................................................... Valerie Rocha Communications Coordinator..................................................................................................................................Rachel Coe Championships Assistant................................................................................................................................ Carson Hadaway Will Hancock Communications Assistant.............................................................................................................. Sam Thomas Student-Athlete Programs Assistant............................................................................................................... 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FEBRUARY 15 // WACO, TEXAS MARCH 7 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

Location: Waco, Texas Enrollment: 17,217 President: Dr. Linda Livingstone Athletic Director: Mack Rhoades Arena: Ferrell Center (10,284) School Colors: Green and Gold Nickname: Bears Conference: Big 12

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Head Coach: Scott Drew (Butler, ’93) Record at School: 318-208 (16 years) Overall Record: 338-219 (17 years) Record vs. WVU: 10-7 Assistants: Jerome Tang, Alvin Brooks III, John Jakus

Series vs. WVU: Baylor leads 10-7 2018-19 Record: 20-14 Conference Record/Place: 10-8/4th Postseason: NCAA Second Round Lettermen Returning/Lost: 3/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: David Kaye Office Phone: 254-710-4389 Email: david_kaye@baylor.edu Cell Phone: 254-709-5147 Athletic Website: BaylorBears.com Twitter: @BaylorMBB

IOWA STATE GENERAL INFORMATION

FEBRUARY 5 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA. MARCH 3 // AMES, IOWA

Location: Ames, Iowa Enrollment: 34,992 President: Wendy Wintersteen Athletic Director: Jamie Pollard Arena: Hilton Coliseum (14,384) School Colors: Cardinal and Gold Nickname: Cyclones Conference: Big 12

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION

Head Coach: Steve Prohm (Alabama, ’97) Record at School: 83-53 (4 years) Overall Record: 187-82 (8 years) Record vs. WVU: 3-6 Assistants: James Kane, Daniyal Robinson, William Small

Series vs. WVU: Iowa State leads 8-7 2018-19 Record: 23-12 Conference Record/Place: 9-9/5th Postseason: NCAA First Round Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

KANSAS GENERAL INFORMATION

JANUARY 4 // LAWRENCE, KAN. FEBRUARY 12 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

Location: Lawrence, Kan. Enrollment: 28,447 Chancellor: Douglas A. Girod Athletic Director: Jeff Long Arena: Allen Fieldhouse (16,300) School Colors: Crimson and Blue Nickname: Jayhawks Conference: Big 12

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION

Head Coach: Bill Self (Oklahoma State, ’85) Record at School: 473-106 (16 years) Overall Record: 680-211 (26 years) Record vs. WVU: 12-5 Assistants: Kurtis Townsend, Norm Roberts, Jerrance Howard

Series vs. WVU: Kansas leads 12-5 2018-19 Record: 26-10 Conference Record/Place: 12-6/3rd Postseason: NCAA Second Round Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Matt Shoultz Office Phone: 515-294-1393 Email: mshoultz@iastate.edu Cell Phone: 515-520-7642 Athletic Website: Cyclones.com Twitter: @CycloneMBB

Location: Lawrence, Kan. SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Chris Theisen Office Phone: 785-864-3474 Email: theisen@ku.edu Cell Phone: 785-331-9356 Athletic Website: KUAthletics.com Twitter: @KUHoops

KANSAS STATE GENERAL INFORMATION

JANUARY 18 // MANHATTAN, KAN. FEBRUARY 1 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

Location: Manhattan, Kan. Enrollment: 22,048 President: Richard B. Myers Athletic Director: Gene Taylor Arena: Bramlage Coliseum (12,528) School Colors: Purple and White Nickname: Wildcats Conference: Big 12

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION

Head Coach: Bruce Weber (Wisconsin- Milwaukee, ‘78) Record at School: 150-89 (7 years) Overall Record: 463-244 (21 years) Record vs. WVU: 8-7 Assistants: Chris Lowery, Brad Korn, Jermaine Henderson

Series vs. WVU: West Virginia leads 10-7 2018-19 Record: 25-9 Conference Record/Place: 14-4/1st Postseason: NCAA First Round Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 SID: Tom Gilbert

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Tom Gilbert Office Phone: 785-532-7979 Email: tgilbert@kstatesports.com Cell Phone: 785-587-7868 Athletic Website: k-statesports.com Twitter: @kstatesports

OKLAHOMA GENERAL INFORMATION

FEBRUARY 8 // NORMAN, OKLA. FEBRUARY 29 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

Location: Norman, Okla. Enrollment: 31,678 President: James L. Gallogly Athletic Director: Joe Castiglione Arena: Lloyd Noble Center (11,562) School Colors: Crimson and Cream Nickname: Sooners Conference: Big 12

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION

Head Coach: Lon Kruger (Kansas State, ’75) Record at School: 160-105 (8 years) Overall Record: 639-409 (33 years) Record vs. WVU: 9-8 Assistants: Carlin Hartman, Jim Molinari, Pooh Williamson

Series vs. WVU: Oklahoma leads 10-9 2018-19 Record: 20-14 Conference Record/Place: 7-11/7th Postseason: NCAA Second Round Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Ben Coldagelli Office Phone: 405-325-7014 Email: bcoldagelli@ou.edu Cell Phone: 405-246-5663 Athletic Website: SoonerSports.com Twitter: @OU_MBBall

OKLAHOMA STATE GENERAL INFORMATION

JANUARY 6 // STILLWATER, OKLA. FEBRUARY 18 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

Location: Stillwater, Okla. Enrollment: 24,274 President: Burns Hargis Athletic Director: Mike Holder Arena: Gallagher-Iba Arena (13,611) School Colors: Orange and Black Nickname: Cowboys Conference: Big 12

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION

Head Coach: Mike Boynton (South Carolina, ‘03) Record at School: 33-35 (2 years) Overall Record: 33-35 (2 years) Record vs. WVU: 3-1 Assistants: Scott Sutton, Erik Pastrana, Cannen Cunningham

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Series vs. WVU: Oklahoma State leads 8-7 2018-19 Record: 12-20 Conference Record/Place: 5-13/9th Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Stephen Howard Office Phone: 405-744-7756 Email: stephen.howard@okstate.edu Cell Phone: 817-793-5199 Athletic Website: okstate.com Twitter: @OSUMBB


TCU GENERAL INFORMATION

JANUARY 14 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA. FEBRUARY 22 // FORT WORTH, TEXAS

Location: Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment: 10,918 Chancellor: Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Athletic Director: Jeremiah Donati Arena: Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena (6,800) School Colors: Purple and White Nickname: Horned Frogs Conference: Big 12

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION Series vs. WVU: WVU leads 13-2 2018-19 Record: 23-14 Conference Record/Place: 7-11/8th Postseason: NIT Semifinals Lettermen Returning/Lost: 4/9 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

Head Coach: Jamie Dixon (TCU, ’87) Record at School: 68-41 (3 years) Overall Record: 396-164 (16 years) Record vs. WVU: 14-11 Assistants: Ryan Miller, Tony Benford, Duane Broussard

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Steve Schoon Office Phone: 817-257-5299 Email: s.schoon@tcu.edu Cell Phone: 620-218-1693 Athletic Website: GoFrogs.com Twitter: @TCUbasketball

TEXAS GENERAL INFORMATION

JANUARY 20 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA. FEBRUARY 24 // AUSTIN, TEXAS

Location: Austin, Texas Enrollment: 51,334 President: Gregory L. Fenves Athletic Director: Chris Del Conte Arena: Erwin Center (16,540) School Colors: White and Burnt Orange Nickname: Longhorns Conference: Big 12

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION Series vs. WVU: Texas leads 11-8 2018-19 Record: 21-16 Conference Record/Place: 8-10/6th Postseason: NIT Champions Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Head Coach: Shaka Smart (Kenyon College, ’99) Record at School: 71-66 (4 years) Overall Record: 234-122 (10 years) Record vs. WVU: 5-4 Assistants: Luke Yaklich, Neill Berry, Jai Lucas

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Scott McConnell Office Phone: 512-471-1345 Email: sm@utexas.edu Cell Phone: 512-748-9313 Athletic Website: texassports.com Twitter: @TexasMBB

TEXAS TECH GENERAL INFORMATION

JANUARY 11 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA. JANUARY 29 // LUBBOCK, TEXAS

Location: Lubbock, Texas Enrollment: 38,246 President: Dr. Lawrence Schovanec Athletic Director: Kirby Hocutt Arena: United Supermarkets Arena (15,098) School Colors: Scarlet and Black Nickname: Red Raiders Conference: Big 12

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION Series vs. WVU: West Virginia leads 13-5 2018-19 Record: 31-7 Conference Record/Place: 14-4/2nd Postseason: NCAA Runner-up Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

Head Coach: Chris Beard (Texas, ’95) Record at School: 76-31 (3 years) Overall Record: 247-81 (10 years) Record vs. WVU: 4-4 Assistants: Mark Adams, Brian Burg, Ulric Maligi

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Wes Bloomquist Office Phone: 806-742-2770 Email: wes.bloomquist@ttu.edu Cell Phone: 512-966-6971 Athletic Website: TexasTech.com Twitter: @RedRaiderHoops

AKRON GENERAL INFORMATION

NOVEMBER 8 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

Location: Akron, Ohio Enrollment: 20,500 President: Dr. Gary L. Miller Athletic Director: Larry Williams Arena: James A. Rhodes Arena (3,000) School Colors: Blue and Gold Nickname: Zips Conference: Mid-American Conference

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION

Head Coach: John Groce (Taylor, ’94) Record at School: 31-34 (2 years) Overall Record: 211-165 (11 years) Record vs. WVU: 0-1 Assistants: Dustin Ford, Rob Fulford, Robby Pridgen

Series vs. WVU: Series tied 2-2 2018-19 Record: 17-16 Conference Record/Place: 8-10/4th East Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Brian Dennison Office Phone: 330-972-6292 Email: bld2@uakron.edu Cell Phone: 330-972-6292 Athletic Website: gozips.com Twitter: @ZipsMBB

AUSTIN PEAY GENERAL INFORMATION

DECEMBER 12 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

Location: Clarksville, Tenn. Enrollment: 9,116 President: Alisa White Athletic Director: Gerald Harrison Arena: Dunn Center (7,257) School Colors: Red and White Nickname: Governors Conference: Ohio Valley

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Matt Figger (Eastern Kentucky, ’95) Record at School: 41-26 (2 years) Overall Record: 41-26 (2 years) Record vs. WVU: 0-0 Assistants: Darryl Dora, Nikita Johnson, Sergio Rocco

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION Series vs. WVU: 0-0 2018-19 Record: 22-11 Conference Record/Place: 13-5/4th Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Colby Wilson Office Phone: 931-221-6561 Email: wilsonrc@apsu.edu Cell Phone: 615-604-3803 Athletic Website: letsgopeay.com Twitter: @AustinPeayMBB

BOSTON UNIVERSITY - CANCUN CHALLENGE GENERAL INFORMATION

NOVEMBER 22 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

Location: Boston, Mass. Enrollment: 16,792 President: Dr. Robert A. Brown Athletic Director: Drew Marrochello Arena: Case Gym “The Roof” (1,800) School Colors: Scarlet and White Nickname: Terriers Conference: Patriot League

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Joe Jones (SUNY Oswego, ’87) Record at School: 137-120 (8 years) Overall Record: 223-228 (15 years) Record vs. WVU: 0-0 Assistants: Curtis Wilson, Walt Corbean, Mike Quinn

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TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION Series vs. WVU: West Virginia leads 2-0 2018-19 Record: 15-18 Conference Record/Place: 7-11/t-8th Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Scott Ellis Office Phone: 617-353-2163 Email: msellis@bu.edu Cell Phone: 617-599-6988 Athletic Website: goterriers.com Twitter: @TerrierMBB


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Head Coach: Cuonzo Martin (Purdue, 2000) Record at School: 35-30 (2 years) Overall Record: 221-151 (10 years) Record vs. WVU: 0-1 Assistants: Chris Hollender, Cornell Mann, Michael Porter Sr.

Series vs. WVU: Series tied 2-2 2018-19 Record: 15-17 Conference Record/Place: 5-13/12th Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: R.J. Layton Office Phone: 573-289-1451 Email: laytonr@missouri.edu Cell Phone: 765-491-5348 Athletic Website: mutigers.com Twitter: @MizzouHoops

NICHOLLS GENERAL INFORMATION

DECEMBER 12 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

Location: Thibodaux, La. Enrollment: 6,500 President: Dr. Jay Clune Athletic Director: Matt Roan Arena: Stopher Gymnasium (3,800) School Colors: Red and Gray Nickname: Colonels Conference: Southland

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION

Head Coach: Austin Claunch (Emory, ’12) Record at School: 14-17 (1 year) Overall Record: 14-17 (1 year) Record vs. WVU: 0-0 Assistants: Matthew Taylor, Trevor Deloach, Nick Bowman

Series vs. WVU: 0-0 2018-19 Record: 14-17 Conference Record/Place: 7-11/t-9th Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Jay Sullivan Office Phone: 985-448-4282 Email: jay.sullivan@nicholls.edu Cell Phone: 210-683-7717 Athletic Website: geauxcolonels.com Twitter: @Nicholls_MBB

NORTHERN COLORADO - CANCUN CHALLENGE GENERAL INFORMATION

NOVEMBER 18 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

Location: Greeley, Colo. Enrollment: 11,949 President: Andy Feinstein Athletic Director: Darren Dunn Arena: Bank of Colorado Arena (2,734) School Colors: Blue and Gold Nickname: Bears Conference: Big Sky

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION

Head Coach: Jeff Linder Record at School: 58-41 (3 years) Overall Record: 58-41 (3 years) Record vs. WVU: 0-0 Assistants: Steve Smiley, Dorian Green, Ken Deweese

Series vs. WVU: First Meeting 2018-19 Record: 21-11 Conference Record/Place: 15-5/2nd Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Ryan Pfeifer Office Phone: 970-351-3645 Email: ryan.pfeifer@unco.edu Cell Phone: 720-290-8886 Athletic Website: uncbears.com Twitter: @UNC_BearsMBB

NORTHERN IOWA - CANCUN CHALLENGE GENERAL INFORMATION

NOVEMBER 26 // RIVIERA MAYA, MEXICO

Location: Cedar Falls, Iowa Enrollment: 10,600 Chancellor: Mark Nook Athletic Director: David Harris Arena: McLeod Center (7,018) School Colors: Purple and Gold Nickname: Panthers Conference: Missouri Valley Conference: Metro Atlantic

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION

Head Coach: Ben Jacobson (North Dakota, ’93) Record at School: 266-168 (13 years) Overall Record: 266-168 (13 years) Record vs. WVU: 0-0 Assistants: Kyle Green, P.J. Hogan, Erik Crawford

Series vs. WVU: First Meeting 2018-19 Record: 16-18 Conference Record/Place: 9-9/5th Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Nick Harvey Office Phone: 319-273-3642 Email: nick.harvey@uni.edu Cell Phone: Athletic Website: unipanthers.com Twitter: @UNIMBB

OHIO STATE - CLEVELAND CLASSIC GENERAL INFORMATION

DECEMBER 29 // CLEVELAND, OHIO

Location: Columbus, Ohio Enrollment: 59,837 Chancellor: Dr. Michael Drake Athletic Director: Eugene Smith Arena: Value City Arena (19,049) School Colors: Scarlet and Gray Nickname: Buckeyes Conference: Big Ten

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION

Head Coach: Chris Holtmann (Taylor, ’94) Record at School: 45-24 (2 years) Overall Record: 159-109 (9 years) Record vs. WVU: 0-0 Assistants: Ryan Pedon, Terry Johnson, Jake Diebler

Series vs. WVU: Ohio State leads 9-7 2018-19 Record: 20-15 Conference Record/Place: 8-12/8th Postseason: NCAA Second Round Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Dan Wallenberg Office Phone: 614-292-6861 Email: wallenberg.1@osu.edu Cell Phone: 614-266-4306 Athletic Website: ohiostatebuckeyes.com Twitter: @OhioStateHoops

PITT GENERAL INFORMATION

NOVEMBER 15 // PITTSBURGH, PA.

Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment: 34,580 Chancellor: Patrick D. Gallagher Athletic Director: Heather Lyke Arena: Petersen Events Center (12,508) School Colors: Royal Blue and Gold Nickname: Panthers Conference: Atlantic Coast

COACHING STAFF

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION

Head Coach: Jeff Capel (Duke, ’97) Record at School: 14-19 (1 year) Overall Record: 176-129 (10 years) Record vs. WVU: 1-1 Assistants: Tim O’Toole, Milan Brown, Jason Capel

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Series vs. WVU: West Virginia leads 98-88 2018-19 Record: 14-19 Conference Record/Place: 3-15 (14th) Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Matt Plizga Office Phone: 412-648-8242 Email: mplizga@athletics.pitt.edu Cell Phone: 919-812-0882 Athletic Website: pittsburghpanthers.com Twitter: @Pitt_MBB


RHODE ISLAND

DECEMBER 1 // MORGANTOWN, W.VA.

GENERAL INFORMATION

COACHING STAFF

Location: Kingston, R.I. Enrollment: 13,865 President: David Dooley Athletic Director: Thorr Bjorn Arena: Ryan Center (7,657) School Colors: Keaney Blue, Dark Blue and White Nickname: Rams Conference: Atlantic 10

Head Coach: David Cox (William & Mary, ’95) Record at School: 18-15 (1 year) Overall Record: 18-15 (1 year) Record vs. WVU: 1-0 Assistants: T.J. Buchanan, Austin Carroll, Kevin Sutton

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION Series vs. WVU: West Virginia leads 20-13 2018-19 Record: 18-15 Conference Record/Place: 9-9/8th Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Shane Donaldson Office Phone: 401-874-2409 Email: shane_donaldson@uri.edu Cell Phone: 508-509-7299 Athletic Website: gorhody.com Twitter: @RhodyMBB

ST. JOHN’S - BIG 12/BIG EAST SCHEDULING ALLIANCE GENERAL INFORMATION

DECEMBER 7 // NEW YORK, N.Y.

Location: Queens, N.Y. Enrollment: 21,346 President: Conrado “Bobby” Gempesaw Athletic Director: Mike Cragg Arena: Carnesecca Arena (5,602); Madison Square Garden (19,812) School Colors: Red and White Nickname: Red Storm Conference: BIG EAST

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Mike Anderson Record at School: First Season Overall Record: 369-200 (17 years) Record vs. WVU: 0-1 Assistants: TJ Cleveland, Van Macon, Steve DeMeo

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION Series vs. WVU: West Virginia leads 20-17 2018-19 Record: 21-13 Conference Record/Place: 8-10/7th Postseason: NCAA First Four Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Stephen Dombroski Office Phone: 718-990-6897 Email: dombross@stjohns.edu Cell Phone: 718-969-8468 Athletic Website: RedStormSports.com Twitter: @StJohnsBBall

SOUTH CAROLINA - CANCUN CHALLENGE GENERAL INFORMATION

NOVEMBER 27 // RIVIERA MAYA, MEXICO

Location: Columbia, S.C. Enrollment: 34,731 President: Robert L. Caslen Athletic Director: Ray Tanner Arena: Colonial Life Arena (18,000) School Colors: Garnet, Black and White Nickname: Gamecocks Conference: Southeastern

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Frank Martin (FIU, ’93) Record at School: 129-106 (7 years) Overall Record: 246-160 (12 years) Record vs. WVU: 0-1 Assistants: Perry Clark, Chuck Martin, Bruce Shingler

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION Series vs. WVU: West Virginia leads 3-1 2018-19 Record: 16-16 Conference Record/Place: 11-7/t4th Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Emily Miles Office Phone: 803-777-7743 Email: efeeney@mailbox.sc.edu Cell Phone: 803-727-3284 Athletic Website: gamecocksonline.com Twitter: @GamecockMBB

WICHITA STATE - CANCUN CHALLENGE GENERAL INFORMATION

NOVEMBER 27 // RIVIERA MAYA, MEXICO

Location: Wichita, Kan. Enrollment: 15,784 President: Andy Tompkins Athletic Director: Darron Boatright Arena: Charles Koch Arena (10,506) School Colors: Yellow and Black Nickname: Shockers Conference: American Athletic

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Gregg Marshall (Randolph Macon, ’85) Record at School: 304-113 (12 years) Overall Record: 502-196 (21 years) Record vs. WVU: 0-0 Assistants: Isaac Brown, Lou Gudino, Tyson Waterman

TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION Series vs. WVU: 0-0 2018-19 Record: 22-15 Conference Record/Place: 10-8/6th Postseason: NIT Semifinal Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Bryan Holmgren Office Phone: 316-978-5535 Email: bholmgren@goshockers.com Cell Phone: 316-841-6206 Athletic Website: goshockers.com Twitter: @goshockers

YOUNGSTOWN STATE GENERAL INFORMATION

DECEMBER 21 // YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO

Location: Youngstown, Ohio Enrollment: 12,756 President: James P. Tressel Athletic Director: Ron Strollo Arena: Beeghly Center (6,300) School Colors: Red and White Nickname: Penguins Conference: Horizon League

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Jerrod Calhoun (Cincinnati, 2004) Record at School: 20-44 (2 years) Overall Record: 144-82 (7 years) Record vs. WVU: 0-1 Assistants: Jason Slay, Chinedu Nwachukwu, Ethan Faulkner

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TEAM/PLAYER INFORMATION Series vs. WVU: West Virginia leads 5-0 2018-19 Record: 12-20 Conference Record/Place: 8-10/8th Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Jamie Hall Office Phone: 330-941-1581 Email: jehall@ysu.edu Cell Phone: 330-540-5417 Athletic Website: ysusports.com Twitter: @YSUMensHoops


2020

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST FOUR

MARCH 17 AND 18 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON ARENA DAYTON, OHIO

FIRST AND SECOND ROUNDS MARCH 19 AND 21 TIMES UNION CENTER ALBANY, N.Y.

SPOKANE VETERANS MEMORIAL ARENA SPOKANE, WASH. ENTERPRISE CENTER ST. LOUIS, MO. AMALIE ARENA TAMPA, FLA.

MARCH 20 AND 22 GREENSBORO COLISEUM GREENSBORO, N.C.

CENTURYLINK CENTER OMAHA OMAHA, NEB. GOLDEN 1 CENTER SACRAMENTO, CALIF. ROCKET MORTGAGE FIELDHOUSE CLEVELAND, OHIO

REGIONALS

MARCH 26 AND 28 LUCAS OIL STADIUM INDIANAPOLIS, IND.

STAPLES CENTER LOS ANGELES, CALIF.

MARCH 27 AND 29 TOYOTA CENTER HOUSTON, TEXAS

MADISON SQUARE GARDEN NEW YORK, N.Y.

FINAL FOUR

APRIL 6 AND 8 U.S. BANK STADIUM MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.

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AUSTIN PEAY (0-0) FIRST MEETING BOSTON UNIVERSITY (2-0) 1958-59 1974-75

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OKLAHOMA STATE (7-8)

NICHOLLS (0-0) FIRST MEETING

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NORTHERN COLORADO (0-0) FIRST MEETING

IOWA STATE (7-8)

TCU (13-2)

2012-13 67-69 L Away 74-83 L Home 2013-14 102-77 W Home 66-83 L Away 2014-15 72-74 L Home 59-79 L Away 2015-16 81-76 W Away 97-87 W Home 2016-17 85-72 W Away 87-76 W Home 74-80 L Neutral81 2017-18 77-93 L Away 85-70 W Home 2018-19 68-93 L Away 90-75 W Home

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1973-74 80-79 W Neutral43 2005-06 75-76 L Neutral61 2005-06 71-74 L Neutral60 2012-13 57-53* W Away 60-58 W Home 2013-14 69-80 L Home 71-88 L Away 49-66 L Neutral81 2014-15 50-77 L Away 71-64 W Home 2015-16 49-56 L Home 78-85 L Away 2016-17 74-72 W Away 77-62 W Home 63-53 W Neutral81 2017-18 86-51 W Home 79-87* L Away 2018-19 54-61 L Away 53-75 L Home

BAYLOR (7-10)

KANSAS STATE (10-7) 1949-50 44-49 L Home 2011-12 85-80# W Neutral76 2012-13 64-65 L Home 61-71 L Away 2013-14 56-78 L Away 81-71 W Home 2014-15 65-59 W Away 76-72 W Home 2015-16 87-83# W Away 70-55 W Home 2016-17 75-79 L Away 85-66 W Home 51-50 W Neutral81 2017-18 77-69 W Away 89-51 W Home 2018-19 69-71 L Away 51-65 L Home

OKLAHOMA (9-10) 2005-06 2007-08 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

92-68 W Neutral62 82-88# L Neutral15 70-77 L Neutral80 67-74 L Home 70-83 L Away 91-86* W Home 62-72 L Away 86-65 W Home 52-71 L Away 68-70 L Away 62-76 L Home 69-67 W Neutral81 87-89* L Home 61-50 W Away 89-76 W Home 75-73 W Away

79-71 W Home 80-92 L Away 72-71 W Neutral81

TEXAS TECH (13-5) 2004-05 65-60 W Neutral56 2012-13 77-61 W Away 66-64 W Home 69-71 L Neutral81 2013-14 89-86* W Away 87-81 W Home 2014-15 78-67 W Away 77-58 W Home 2015-16 80-76 W Away 90-68 W Home 2016-17 76-77* L Away 83-74# W Home 2017-18 71-72 L Away 84-74 W Home 66-63 W Neutral81 2018-19 59-62 L Home 50-81 L Away 79-74 W Neutral81

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1904-05 25-31 L 1936-37 32-34 L 1980-81 108-74 W 2011-12 77-56 W

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1940-41 44-58 L 1962-63 69-76 L 1969-70 70-84 L 1970-71 74-83 L 1977-78 80-89 L 1978-79 64-69 L 1979-80 55-72 L 1980-81 67-70# L 1981-82 73-68 W 1982-83 69-67# W 1992-93 78-69 W 1993-94 87-82 W 1994-95 79-69 W 1995-96 68-77 L 2008-09 76-48 W 2009-10 71-65 W

PITT (98-88)

1903-04+ 15-12 W 1904-05+ 40-9 W 1905-06 25-30 L 1906-07 14-44 L 26-20 W 1907-08 22-25 L 19-20 L 1914-15 18-42 L 1917-18 20-30 L 24-36 L 1918-19 35-29 W 30-33 L 1919-20 27-38 L 28-26 W 24-33 L 1920-21 32-45 L 43-24 W 1921-22 27-37 L 26-31 L 1922-23 21-26 L 33-28 W 1923-24 25-23 W 28-14 W 1924-25 30-22 W 35-25 W 1925-26 23-28 L 37-30 W 1926-27 29-23 W 33-43 L 1927-28 26-51 L 42-45 L 1928-29 40-35 W 19-41 L 1929-30 19-21 L 33-25 W 1930-31 15-17 L 22-24 L 1931-32 27-35 L 19-22 L 1932-33 20-42 L 35-45 L 1933-34 21-42 L 26-27 L 1934-35 34-35 L 43-26 W 22-35 L 1935-36 27-41 L 43-42 W 1936-37 36-44 L 42-48 L 1937-38 40-43 L 38-35 W 1938-39 45-42 W 43-49 L 1939-40 49-68 L 42-35 W 1940-41 45-56 L 1941-42 66-47 W 1942-43 33-48 L 82-64 W 1943-44 55-59 L 57-60 L 1944-45 34-55 L 50-47 W 1945-46 61-41 W 81-61 W 1946-47 52-41 W 72-59 W

Away Away Away Home Away Home Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Home Home Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Away Home Away Home Home Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home


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14 New York, N.Y. 15 Charleston, W.Va. 16 Atlantic 10 Tournament, Morgantown, W.Va. 17 Brooklyn, N.Y. 18 National Invitation Tournament, New York, N.Y. 19 Centennial Classic, Morgantown, W.Va. 20 Preseason National Invitation Tournament, Hartford, Conn. 21 Big Sun Invitational Tournament, St. Petersburg, Fla. 22 Hall of Fame Tournament, Springfield, Mass. 23 Kentucky Invitation Tournament, Lexington, Ky. 24 Eastern 8 Tournament, Morgantown, W.Va. 25 Atlantic 10 Tournament, Piscataway, N.J. 26 Atlantic 10 Tournament, Philadelphia, Pa. 27 Atlanta, Ga. 28 Dixie Classic, Raleigh, N.C.

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RHODE ISLAND (20-13) 1970-71 107-90 W Home 1980-81 81-60 W Home 1981-82 71-69* W Home 59-57 W Away 1982-83 73-72 W Away 1983-84 88-91 L Away 80-73 W Home 1984-85 70-51 W Home 76-69 W Away 1985-86 58-57 W Away 92-76 W Home 1986-87 59-60 L Away 62-67 L Home 80-58 W Home16 1987-88 71-74 L Home 60-75 L Neutral14 63-65 L Home16 1988-89 79-71 W Away 90-66 W Home 1989-90 79-83 L Away 76-64 W Home 1990-91 102-73 W Away 94-61 W Home 1991-92 90-78 W Home 67-88 L Away 1992-93 82-86 L Home 59-69 L Away 1993-94 80-76 W Home 102-105+ L Away 1994-95 73-87 L Away 76-62 W Home 2003-04 79-72 W Home5 2018-19 70-83 L Neutral103 1936-37 30-45 L Away 1938-39 50-51 L Neutral17 1945-46 70-58 W Neutral18 1953-54 74-87 L Away 1955-56 82-75 W Away 1956-57 105-72 W Home 1957-58 87-78 W Away 46 NCAA Tournament, Birmingham, Ala. 47 National Invitation Tournament, Piscataway, N.J. 48 BB&T Classic, Washington, D.C. 49 Southern Conference Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. 50 Greensboro, N.C. 51 East Rutherford, N.J. 52 National Invitation Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. 53 Buffalo, N.Y. 54 NCAA Tournament, Boise, Idaho 55 NCAA Tournament, Louisville, Ky. 56 NCAA Tournament, Albuquerque, N.M. 57 Milwaukee Classic, Milwaukee, Wisc. 58 NCAA Tournament, New York, N.Y. 59 NCAA Tournament, Auburn Hills, Mich. 60 NCAA Tournament, Atlanta, Ga.

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ST. JOHN’S (20-17)

29 Mountaineer Classic, Morgantown, W.Va. 30 NCAA Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. 31 Bluefield, W.Va. 32 Fayetteville, W.Va. 33 Southern Conference Tournament, Richmond, Va. 34 Roanoke, Va. 35 Landover, Md. 36 Southern Conference Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. 37 Wheeling, W.Va. 38 Fairmont, W.Va. 39 Presidential Classic, Washington, D.C. 40 Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii 41 Fiesta Bowl Classic, Tucson, Ariz. 42 Jacksonville, Fla. 43 Far West Classic, Portland, Ore. 44 Big Island Invitational, Hilo, Hawaii 45 Cumberland, Md.

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*overtime | #double overtime | +triple overtime

61 Guardians Classic, Kansas City, Mo. 62 All-College Classic, Oklahoma City, Okla. 63 Preseason NIT, Lexington, Ky. 64 Guardians Classic, Morgantown, W.Va. 65 Los Angeles Classic, Los Angeles, Calif. 66 National Invitation Tournament, Minneapolis, Minn. 67 Jimmy V Classic, New York, N.Y. 68 Raleigh, N.C. 69 Louisville, Ky. 70 NCAA Tournament, Syracuse, N.Y. 71 Huntington, W.Va. 72 Williamson, W.Va. 73 Beckley, W.Va. 74 National Invitation Tournament, Kent, Ohio 75 Las Vegas Classic, Las Vegas, Nev. 76 Wichita, Kan.

77 Puerto Rico Tip-Off, San Juan, Puerto Rico 78 NCAA Tournament, Tampa, Fla. 79 NCAA Tournament, Pittsburgh, Pa. 80 AdvoCare Invitational, Lake Buena Vista, Fla. 81 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship, Kansas City, Mo. 82 West Virginia Classic, Charleston, W.Va. 83 NCAA Tournament, Buffalo, N.Y. 84 Southern Conference Tournament, Morgantown, W.Va. 85 Parkersburg, W.Va. 86 Logan, W.Va. 87 Ft. Eustis, Va. 88 San Juan Shootout, San Juan, Puerto Rico 89 NCAA Tournament, Minneapolis, Minn. 90 76 Classic, Anaheim, Calif.

91 Los Angeles Classic, Los Angeles, Calif. 92 Lobo Invitational Tournament, Albuquerque, N.M. 93 National Invitation Tournament, Richmond, Va. 94 Atlantic 10 Tournament, East Rutherford, N.J. 95 Las Vegas Invitational, Las Vegas, Nev. 96 NCAA Tournament, Cleveland, Ohio 97 Big 12/SEC Challenge 98 NCAA Tournament, Columbus, Ohio 99 Legends Classic, Newark, N.J. 100 NCAA Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. 101 NCAA Tournament, College Park, Md. 102 Atlantic 10 Tournament, East Rutherford, N.J. 103 Basketball Hall of Fame Holiday Classic, Uncasville, Conn. 104 AdvoCare Invitational, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.


SEASON REVIEW 2018-19 SCHEDULE/RESULTS/STATS............................. 120 GAME HIGHS/LOWS..................................................... 121 WHEN WEST VIRGINIA................................................. 122 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS......................................... 122 POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS........................................ 123 INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS........................................... 124 TEAM STATISTICS.......................................................... 125 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS............................................. 126

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RESULTS/STATS DATE

TIME

OPPONENT

W/L

SCORE

ATTEND

HIGH POINTS

11/09/18

9:00 p.m.

BUFFALO

L

94-99 OT

12657

(22)West, Lamont

HIGH REBOUNDS

11/15/18

7:00 p.m.

vs Monmouth

W

71-53

3307

(16)Ahmad, Esa

(8)Konate, Sagaba

11/16/18

9:00 p.m.

vs Western Kentucky

L

57-63

3370

(12)Ahmad, Esa

(6)Konate, Sagaba, (6)West, Lamont

11/18/18

4:00 p.m.

vs Saint Joseph’s

W

97-90

3094

(27)West, Lamont

11/24/18

2:00 p.m.

^ VALPARAISO

W

88-76

9188

(30)Ahmad, Esa

11/28/18

6:30 p.m.

RIDER

W

92-78

9124

(20)West, Lamont

12/01/18

4:00 p.m.

YOUNGSTOWN STATE W

106-72

10849

(15)Bolden, James

(9)West, Lamont

(9)Konate, Sagaba (10)Konate, Sagaba (8)Harris, Wesley, (8)Routt, Logan (9)Konate, Sagaba

(15)Ahmad, Esa

12/04/18

9:30 p.m.

% vs Florida

L

56-66

8499

(11)Harler, Chase

12/08/18

12:00 p.m.

PITT

W

69-59

13670

(18)Bolden, James

(9)Konate, Sagaba

12/16/18

1:00 p.m.

@ vs Rhode Island

L

70-83

5812

(18)Harris, Wesley

(9)Harris, Wesley

12/22/18

12:00 p.m.

JACKSONVILLE STATE W

74-72

8231

(20)Harris, Wesley

(8)Harris, Wesley

12/30/18

2:00 p.m.

LEHIGH

W

78-68

10754

(22)Bolden, James

(11)Culver, Derek

01/02/19

7:00 p.m.

* TEXAS TECH

L

59-62

10358

(22)West, Lamont

(8)Culver, Derek

01/05/19

8:10 p.m.

* at Texas

L

54-61

9195

(17)Culver, Derek

(9)Culver, Derek

01/09/19

6:00 p.m.

* at Kansas State

L

69-71

9590

(21)West, Lamont

(12)Culver, Derek

01/12/19

12:00 p.m.

* OKLAHOMA STATE

L

77-85

11339

(31)Bolden, James

(15)Culver, Derek

01/15/19

6:00 p.m.

* at TCU

L

67-98

6734

(15)Bolden, James

01/19/19

2:00 p.m.

* KANSAS

W

65-64

12657

(13)Haley, Jermaine

01/21/19

9:00 p.m.

* BAYLOR

L

73-85

9936

(22)Bolden, James

01/26/19

4:05 p.m.

$ at Tennessee

L

66-83

22149

(16)Ahmad, Esa

01/30/19

6:00 p.m.

* at Iowa State

L

68-93

14252

(24)West, Lamont

02/02/19

12:00 p.m.

* OKLAHOMA

W

79-71

11611

(25)Knapper, Brandon

(14)Culver, Derek

02/04/19

8:00 p.m.

* at Texas Tech

L

50-81

12831

(23)Culver, Derek

(12)Culver, Derek

02/09/19

8:00 p.m.

* TEXAS

L

53-75

12815

(14)Ahmad, Esa

(11)Culver, Derek

02/16/19

3:05 p.m.

* at Kansas

L

53-78

16300

(11)Harler, Chase

(12)Culver, Derek

(9)Ahmad, Esa

(5)Harris, Wesley (7)Culver, Derek, (7)Ahmad, Esa (8)Culver, Derek (7)Ahmad, Esa (5)West, Lamont, (5)Ahmad, Esa

(11)West, Lamont

02/18/19

9:00 p.m.

* KANSAS STATE

L

51-65

9266

(16)West, Lamont

(13)Culver, Derek

02/23/19

1:00 p.m.

* at Baylor

L

75-82

6262

(16)West, Lamont

(7)Haley, Jermaine

02/26/19

7:00 p.m.

* TCU

W

104-96 3OT

8798

(25)McCabe, Jordan

(21)Culver, Derek

03/02/19

1:00 p.m.

* at Oklahoma

L

80-92

7921

(23)Haley, Jermaine

(10)Matthews Jr., Emmitt

03/06/19

7:00 p.m.

* IOWA STATE

W

90-75

10354

(28)Haley, Jermaine

(12)West, Lamont

03/09/19

3:00 p.m.

* at Oklahoma State

L

77-85

7279

(16)Culver, Derek

(21)Culver, Derek

(16)Haley, Jermaine

(16)West, Lamont

03/13/19

8:05 p.m.

! vs Oklahoma

W

72-71

18858

(15)West, Lamont

03/14/19

6:00 p.m.

! vs Texas Tech

W

79-74

18927

(28)Matthews Jr., Emmitt

(13)Culver, Derek

03/15/19

8:38 p.m.

! vs Kansas

L

74-88

19066

(16)West, Lamont

(11)Culver, Derek

03/20/19

7:00 p.m.

+ GRAND CANYON

W

77-63

5313

(24)Haley, Jermaine

03/25/19

7:00 p.m.

+ COASTAL CAROLINA L

91-109

6775

(21)West, Lamont

(12)Haley, Jermaine

(10)Culver, Derek (10)Haley, Jermaine

(21)Matthews Jr., Emmitt

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY

# Myrtle Beach Invitational, Conway, S.C. ^ Non-bracketed game of Myrtle Beach Invitational, Morgantown, W.Va. % Jimmy V Classic, New York, N.Y. @ Basketball Hall of Fame Holiday Classic, Uncasville, Conn. $ SEC/Big 12 Challenge ! Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship, Kansas City, Mo. + Roman College Basketball Invitational, Morgantown, W.Va. * Big 12 Conference game

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10,205

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11,251

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1ST 2ND OT OT2 OT3 1231 1378 19 11 16 1280 1463 24 11 8

TOTAL 2,655 2,786

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: OFF DEF TOTAL West Virginia 121 9 130 Opponents 95 3 98

WEST VIRGINIA TEAM GAME HIGHS

OPPONENT GAME HIGHS

WEST VIRGINIA GAME LOWS

OPPONENT GAME LOWS

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POINTS

POINTS

POINTS

FIELD GOALS MADE

FIELD GOALS MADE

FIELD GOALS MADE

FIELD GOALS MADE

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

104......................................TCU (02/26/19) 40..........YOUNGSTOWN STATE (12/01/18) 82........................................TCU (02/26/19)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

.541 (40-74)......YOUNGSTOWN STATE (12/01/18)

3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE

15................... vs Saint Joseph’s (11/18/18)

3 PT FG ATTEMPTS

33............................... BUFFALO (11/09/18)

3 PT FG PERCENTAGE

.517 (15-29).... vs Saint Joseph’s (11/18/18)

FREE THROWS MADE

29.........................at Texas Tech (02/04/19) 29.....................vs Rhode Island (12/16/18)

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

41.........................at Texas Tech (02/04/19)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

.909 (20-22)..........vs Texas Tech (03/14/19)

REBOUNDS

52........................................TCU (02/26/19) 52.................................. LEHIGH (12/30/18)

ASSISTS

23........................... TCU (02/26/19)STEALS

BLOCKED SHOTS

12........................................PITT (12/08/18)

TURNOVERS

26.........................at Texas Tech (02/04/19) 26........................................PITT (12/08/18)

FOULS

30...............................vs Florida (12/04/18)

109.......... COASTAL CAROLINA (03/25/19)

50.........................at Texas Tech (02/04/19)

43............ COASTAL CAROLINA (03/25/19)

9...........................at Texas Tech (02/04/19)

80........................................TCU (02/26/19) 80............................... BUFFALO (11/09/18)

39.........................at Texas Tech (02/04/19)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

.231 (9-39)............at Texas Tech (02/04/19)

.592 (29-49)..........at Oklahoma (03/02/19)

3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE

3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE

3..................................... at TCU 3...........................at Texas Tech 3......................................TEXAS 3.................................at Kansas

13............ COASTAL CAROLINA (03/25/19) 13.................. vs. Saint Joseph’s (11/18/18)

3 PT FG ATTEMPTS

37............................... BUFFALO (11/09/18) .520 (13-25).... vs Saint Joseph’s (11/18/18) 29........................ at Iowa State (01/30/19) 46...............................vs Florida (12/04/18)

.471 (8-17).................. vs Kansas (03/15/19)

REBOUNDS

50............................... BUFFALO (11/09/18)

27.........................at Texas Tech (02/04/19)

ASSISTS

20.........................at Texas Tech (02/04/19) 20................................... at TCU (01/15/19)

ASSISTS

STEALS

STEALS

BLOCKED SHOTS

BLOCKED SHOTS

5...........................at Texas Tech (02/04/19)

17........................................TCU (02/26/19)

1.......................vs Rhode Island (12/16/18)

10............... at Oklahoma State (03/09/19)

0...........................at Oklahoma (03/02/19) 0................. at Oklahoma State (03/09/19)

TURNOVERS

24........................................TCU (02/26/19) 24........................................PITT (12/08/18)

TURNOVERS

FOULS

FOULS

6.................OKLAHOMA STATE (01/12/19)

29.........................at Texas Tech (02/04/19) 29....................... vs Monmouth (11/15/18)

11......................... VALPARAISO (11/24/18) 11..................GRAND CANYON (03/20/19)

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3 PT FG ATTEMPTS

9..............vs Western Kentucky (11/16/18)

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

REBOUNDS

2..............vs Western Kentucky (11/16/18)

FREE THROWS MADE

9................. at Oklahoma State (03/09/19)

.889 (16-18)..........vs Texas Tech (03/14/19) .889 (8-9)...........KANSAS STATE (02/18/19)

3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE

FREE THROWS MADE

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

.315 (17-54).........................PITT (12/08/18)

3 PT FG PERCENTAGE

6.............JACKSONVILLE STATE (12/22/18) 6................. at Oklahoma State (03/09/19)

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

42................................. at Texas (01/05/19)

3 PT FG PERCENTAGE

.130 (3-23)..................at Kansas (02/16/19)

FREE THROWS MADE

16...............................vs Florida (12/04/18)

3 PT FG ATTEMPTS

14.................................KANSAS (01/19/19)

3 PT FG PERCENTAGE

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.167 (3-18)............. TEXAS TECH (01/02/19) 4....................GRAND CANYON (03/20/19) 7....................GRAND CANYON (03/20/19)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

.550 (11-20).........................TCU (02/26/19)

REBOUNDS

23..................... at Kansas State (01/09/19)

ASSISTS

4..............vs Western Kentucky (11/16/18)

STEALS

3........................... VALPARAISO 3............YOUNGSTOWN STATE 3.................OKLAHOMA STATE 3..................................at Baylor

(11/24/18) (12/01/18) (01/12/19) (02/23/19)

BLOCKED SHOTS

0...................................BAYLOR (01/21/19)

TURNOVERS

5.................OKLAHOMA STATE (01/12/19) 5................. at Oklahoma State (03/09/19)

FOULS

12............... at Oklahoma State (03/09/19)


WHEN

WEST VIRGINIA • Played a home game: 11-7 • Played a road game: 0-10 • Played a game at a neutral site: 4-4 • Played a Big 12 game: 6-15 • Played a non-conference game: 9-6 • Played on Sunday: 2-1 • Played on Monday: 0-4 • Played on Tuesday: 1-2 • Played on Wednesday: 4-3 • Played on Thursday: 2-0 • Played on Friday: 0-2 • Played on Saturday: 6-9 • Wore white uniforms: 7-7 • Wore blue uniforms: 2-12 • Wore gold uniforms: 3-2 • Wore gray uniforms: 3-0 • Won the tipoff: 10-9 • Was ahead at halftime: 13-5

• Outshot the opponent: 7-3 • Outrebounded the opponent: 13-12 • Was outrebounded by the opponent: 2-8 • Had the same number of rebounds as the opponent: 0-1 • Outscored the opponent in bench scoring: 11-12 • Was outscored by the opponent’s bench: 2-9 • Scores the same as the opponent’s bench: 2-0 • Shot more free throws than the opponent: 12-11 • Shot fewer free throws than the opponent: 2-10 • Shot the same number of free throws as the opponent: 1-0 • Committed more fouls than the opponent: 2-11 • Committed fewer fouls than the opponent: 13-7 • Committed the same number of fouls as the opponent: 0-3 • Had more turnovers than the opponent: 5-18

• Was behind at halftime: 1-16 • Was tied at halftime: 1-0 • Played an overtime game: 1-1 • Led by 10 or more points: 11-3 • Trailed by 10 or more points: 0-17 • Led entering the final minute: 14-2 • Was behind entering the final minute: 1-19 • Was tied entering the final minute: 0-0 • Shot 50% or better from the field: 2-0 • Shot less than 50% from the field: 13-21 • Allowed the opponent to shoot 50% or better: 2-9 • Held the opponent to less than 50%: 13-12

• Had fewer turnovers than the opponent: 7-2 • Had the same number of turnovers as the opponent: 3-1 • Scored less than 60 points: 0-8 • Scored 60-69 points: 2-4 • Scored 70-79 points: 7-6 • Scored 80 or more points: 6-3 • Allowed the opponent less than 60 points: 2-0 • Allowed the opponent 60-69 points: 3-5 • Allowed the opponent 70-79 points: 8-3 • Allowed the opponent more than 80 points: 2-13

STARTERS BY GAME OPPONENT BUFFALO vs. Monmouth vs. Western Kentucky vs. Saint Joseph’s VALPARAISO RIDER YOUNGSTOWN STATE vs. Florida PITT vs. Rhode Island JACKSONVILLE STATE LEHIGH TEXAS TECH at Texas at Kansas State OKLAHOMA STATE at TCU KANSAS BAYLOR at Tennessee at Iowa State OKLAHOMA at Texas Tech TEXAS at Kansas KANSAS STATE at Baylor TCU at Oklahoma IOWA STATE at Oklahoma State vs. Oklahoma vs. Texas Tech vs. Kansas GRAND CANYON COASTAL CAROLINA

FORWARD FORWARD FORWARD GUARD GUARD West Ahmad Konate Bolden Harler (1) West Ahmad Konate Bolden Harler West Ahmad Konate Bolden Harler Harris Ahmad Konate Haley Harler (2) West Ahmad Konate Knapper Harler (3) Harris Ahmad Routt Bolden Harler (4) Harris Ahmad Konate Bolden Harler (5) Harris Ahmad Konate Bolden Harler Harris Ahmad Routt Bolden Harler Harris Ahmad Routt Bolden Harler Harris Ahmad Routt Bolden Harler Harris Ahmad Routt McCabe Harler (6) Harris Ahmad Routt McCabe Harler Harris Ahmad Routt Haley Horton (7) Harris Ahmad Routt Bolden Haley (8) West Routt Haley Bolden Harler (9) West Harris Routt Bolden Haley (10) Harris Ahmad Gordon Haley Harler (11) West Ahmad Gordon Haley Harler (12) Harris Ahmad Gordon Haley Harler West Ahmad Gordon McCabe Haley (13) Harris Ahmad Culver McCabe Haley (14) Harris Ahmad Culver McCabe Haley Harris Ahmad Culver Knapper Haley (15) West Matthews Jr. Culver Knapper Haley (16) West Matthews Jr. Culver Knapper Haley West Matthews Jr. Culver McCabe Haley (17) West Matthews Jr. Culver McCabe Haley West Matthews Jr. Culver McCabe Haley West Matthews Jr. Culver McCabe Haley West Matthews Jr. Culver McCabe Haley West Matthews Jr. Culver McCabe Haley West Matthews Jr. Culver McCabe Haley West Matthews Jr. Culver McCabe Haley West Matthews Jr. Culver McCabe Haley West Matthews Jr. Routt McCabe Haley (18)

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TOTAL STARTS:

Haley, 24; Ahmad, 22; West, 20; Harris, 17; Harler, 17; McCabe, 15; Culver, 14; Bolden, 12; Matthews Jr., 12; Routt, 11; Konate, 7; Knapper, 4; Gordon, 4; Horton, 1.

RECORD WHEN STARTING:

Haley, 7-14; Ahmad, 10-12; West, 7-13; Harris, 8-9; Harler, 9-8; McCabe, 7-8; Culver, 6-8; Bolden, 5-7; Matthews Jr., 5-7; Routt, 4-7; Konate, 4-3; Knapper, 1-3; Gordon, 1-3; Horton, 0-1

RECORD BY LINEUP: (1) West/Ahmad/Konate/Bolden/Harler.... 1-2 (2) Harris/Ahmad/Konate/Haley/Harler..... 1-0 (3) West/Ahmad/Konate/Knapper/Harler.. 1-0 (4) Harris/Ahmad/Routt/Bolden/Harler...... 3-1 (5) Harris/Ahmad/Konate/Bolden/Harler... 1-1 (6) Harris/Ahmad/Routt/McCabe/Harler.... 1-1 (7) Harris/Ahmad/Routt/Haley/Horton...... 0-1 (8) Harris/Ahmad/Routt/Bolden/Haley....... 0-1 (9) West/Routt/Haley/Bolden/Harler.......... 0-1 (10) West/Harris/Routt/Bolden/Harler....... 0-1 (11) Harris/Ahmad/Gordon/Haley/Harler... 1-0 (12) West/Ahmad/Gordon/Haley/Harler.... 0-2 (13) West/Ahmad/Gordon/McCabe/Haley.0-1 (14) Harris/Ahmad/Culver/McCabe/Haley.. 1-1 (15) Harris/Ahmad/Culver/Knapper/Haley.0-1 (16) West/Matthews Jr./Culver/Knapper/Haley..0-2 (17) West/Matthews Jr./Culver/McCabe/Haley...5-4 (18) West/Matthews Jr./Routt/McCabe/Haley....0-1


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OPPONENT DATE SCORE WL DOOMES CULVER KNAPPER BOLDEN MCCABE HALEY MATTHEWS GORDON HARLER BUFFALO 11/09/18 94-99 LOT DNP DNP 6-3-2 21-4-4 0-1-0 0-1-0 DNP 5-0-1 3-4-1 vs Monmouth 11/15/18 71-53 W DNP DNP 0-0-1 9-3-3 9-3-0 4-2-0 0-2-1 3-0-0 5-2-1 vs Western Kentucky 11/16/18 57-63 L DNP DNP 3-2-2 10-4-3 3-0-0 3-1-0 DNP 2-1-0 9-3-2 vs Saint Joseph’s 11/18/18 97-90 W DNP DNP 9-5-5 DNP 3-2-0 2-1-1 5-2-0 2-3-0 9-1-1 VALPARAISO 11/24/18 88-76 W DNP DNP 2-3-7 DNP 1-0-2 4-6-1 5-5-0 6-0-0 3-0-0 RIDER 11/28/18 92-78 W DNP DNP 3-2-2 12-1-2 1-2-8 2-1-0 11-3-2 0-1-0 11-0-2 YOUNGSTOWN STATE 12/01/18 106-72 W DNP DNP 10-4-2 15-3-5 6-0-3 2-7-1 2-1-1 6-5-0 8-0-3 vs Florida 12/04/18 56-66 L DNP DNP 7-2-0 2-2-1 2-2-0 3-5-5 2-1-0 6-5-0 11-0-0 PITT 12/08/18 69-59 W DNP DNP 4-2-0 18-6-4 DNP 0-2-2 2-1-0 0-1-0 4-0-0 vs Rhode Island 12/16/18 70-83 L DNP DNP 8-0-1 1-1-2 3-0-0 7-5-0 0-2-1 2-2-0 5-0-0 JACKSONVILLE STATE 12/22/18 74-72 W DNP 4-1-0 12-2-3 5-1-5 0-0-1 2-4-2 2-4-0 0-1-0 4-2-4 LEHIGH 12/30/18 78-68 W DNP 11-11-1 0-0-1 22-8-5 5-3-2 2-1-1 0-1-1 0-2-0 3-1-4 TEXAS TECH 01/02/19 59-62 L DNP 12-8-2 0-2-0 9-2-0 0-0-0 5-4-2 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 at Texas 01/05/19 54-61 L DNP 17-9-1 DNP 13-0-1 7-3-0 0-2-1 DNP 4-2-0 0-0-0 at Kansas State 01/09/19 69-71 L DNP 17-12-0 0-0-0 0-4-2 3-1-3 13-2-3 0-0-0 0-2-0 3-3-2 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/12/19 77-85 L 0-2-1 15-15-1 0-1-0 31-2-0 0-1-3 10-7-0 4-1-0 2-4-0 2-1-2 at TCU 01/15/19 67-98 L 7-3-1 8-4-2 0-1-1 15-3-3 0-1-2 0-2-5 2-3-1 2-0-0 2-3-0 KANSAS 01/19/19 65-64 W DNP 11-7-3 DNP 12-0-2 0-1-1 13-5-2 DNP 4-2-0 7-2-0 BAYLOR 01/21/19 73-85 L 2-0-0 3-8-0 15-0-2 22-2-3 0-0-1 4-4-2 0-0-0 2-3-0 2-0-0 at Tennessee 01/26/19 66-83 L 0-1-0 15-6-0 3-1-1 3-1-0 6-0-4 2-2-2 2-2-1 0-2-0 9-0-1 at Iowa State 01/30/19 68-93 L 2-1-0 8-4-3 3-3-0 DNP 2-1-3 0-3-5 11-4-1 0-0-0 3-1-3 OKLAHOMA 02/02/19 79-71 W 2-0-0 13-14-2 25-2-0 DNP 3-0-0 4-2-2 0-0-0 2-2-0 3-0-0 at Texas Tech 02/04/19 50-81 L 0-1-0 23-12-0 5-1-0 DNP 7-0-0 4-1-4 3-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-1 TEXAS 02/09/19 53-75 L 4-0-0 7-11-4 3-2-2 DNP 0-0-1 5-3-3 2-0-0 0-4-0 7-2-0 at Kansas 02/16/19 53-78 L 0-0-0 9-12-4 5-1-2 DNP 6-2-2 0-3-4 7-5-1 0-0-1 11-2-0 KANSAS STATE 02/18/19 51-65 L 0-1-0 11-13-2 10-2-2 DNP 0-1-2 2-3-2 9-1-1 DNP 3-1-1 at Baylor 02/23/19 75-82 L 2-1-0 9-6-1 DNP DNP 14-5-4 13-7-5 2-1-0 13-4-0 0-0-0 TCU 02/26/19 104-96 WOT DNP 22-21-3 DNP DNP 25-5-11 18-8-6 3-3-0 4-1-1 13-4-2 at Oklahoma 03/02/19 80-92 L 7-1-0 9-9-0 3-1-1 DNP 18-1-3 23-6-5 8-10-1 1-2-0 3-0-0 IOWA STATE 03/06/19 90-75 W DNP 15-11-1 3-0-1 DNP 18-2-5 28-7-3 7-6-2 DNP 7-1-2 at Oklahoma State 03/09/19 77-85 L DNP 16-21-2 2-1-2 DNP 12-0-5 16-7-1 13-5-3 0-0-0 2-0-0 vs Oklahoma 03/13/19 72-71 W DNP 6-7-1 3-1-0 DNP 12-3-2 14-12-4 7-8-0 4-4-1 3-3-2 vs Texas Tech 03/14/19 79-74 W DNP 6-13-3 2-2-1 DNP 13-4-8 11-5-3 28-8-1 0-1-0 7-0-0 vs Kansas 03/15/19 74-88 L DNP 14-11-4 10-1-4 DNP 7-2-2 4-1-6 5-3-0 7-3-0 7-1-1 GRAND CANYON 03/20/19 77-63 W DNP 7-10-0 4-6-0 DNP 5-5-4 24-4-1 11-6-1 0-0-0 10-2-4 COASTAL CAROLINA 03/25/19 91-109 L DNP 11-2-3 0-1-1 DNP 11-4-6 12-10-3 21-8-1 0-0-1 15-2-4 15 20 21 23 31 50

OPPONENT DATE SCORE WL WEST HORTON HARRIS AHMAD ROUTT KONATE BUFFALO 11/09/18 94-99 LOT 22-9-1 0-0-1 5-5-2 15-7-3 2-3-0 15-7-1 vs Monmouth 11/15/18 71-53 W 0-1-1 1-0-0 5-4-1 16-3-2 5-1-0 14-8-3 vs Western Kentucky 11/16/18 57-63 L 7-6-0 DNP 1-4-2 12-5-1 2-3-0 5-6-1 vs Saint Joseph’s 11/18/18 97-90 W 27-3-2 DNP 13-2-3 12-6-3 0-0-0 15-9-4 VALPARAISO 11/24/18 88-76 W 11-6-3 DNP DNP 30-4-2 0-0-0 26-10-2 RIDER 11/28/18 92-78 W 20-7-1 DNP 9-8-1 16-7-2 7-8-1 DNP YOUNGSTOWN STATE 12/01/18 106-72 W 10-5-3 0-0-1 10-4-0 15-6-1 8-3-0 14-9-0 vs Florida 12/04/18 56-66 L 1-1-0 DNP 9-5-0 7-9-3 2-4-0 4-6-0 PITT 12/08/18 69-59 W 2-1-1 DNP 6-6-2 13-7-2 4-5-0 16-9-0 vs Rhode Island 12/16/18 70-83 L 9-8-1 DNP 18-9-0 12-6-4 5-3-1 DNP JACKSONVILLE STATE 12/22/18 74-72 W 18-5-0 DNP 20-8-1 2-0-0 5-3-0 DNP LEHIGH 12/30/18 78-68 W 2-4-0 DNP 10-5-1 21-9-1 2-5-0 DNP TEXAS TECH 01/02/19 59-62 L 22-7-0 DNP 3-6-0 6-5-2 2-2-0 DNP at Texas 01/05/19 54-61 L 0-1-2 0-0-0 3-2-1 10-6-1 0-1-0 DNP at Kansas State 01/09/19 69-71 L 21-3-0 DNP 3-3-1 9-4-0 0-0-0 DNP OKLAHOMA STATE 01/12/19 77-85 L 13-5-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP at TCU 01/15/19 67-98 L 8-4-0 0-0-0 13-5-0 8-3-0 2-2-0 DNP KANSAS 01/19/19 65-64 W 5-2-1 DNP 5-1-0 8-7-3 DNP DNP BAYLOR 01/21/19 73-85 L 4-2-0 DNP 7-4-0 9-7-3 3-2-0 DNP at Tennessee 01/26/19 66-83 L 3-1-1 DNP 7-5-1 16-7-2 0-2-1 DNP at Iowa State 01/30/19 68-93 L 24-5-1 DNP 4-1-0 11-5-3 0-0-0 DNP OKLAHOMA 02/02/19 79-71 W 2-2-0 DNP 13-7-1 12-13-4 0-0-0 DNP at Texas Tech 02/04/19 50-81 L 0-1-0 DNP 5-3-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 DNP TEXAS 02/09/19 53-75 L 5-0-0 0-0-0 4-2-0 14-6-0 2-1-0 DNP at Kansas 02/16/19 53-78 L 11-5-0 2-1-0 DNP DNP 2-1-0 DNP KANSAS STATE 02/18/19 51-65 L 16-7-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP at Baylor 02/23/19 75-82 L 16-4-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP 6-1-0 DNP TCU 02/26/19 104-96 WOT 17-4-0 2-0-0 DNP DNP 0-1-0 DNP at Oklahoma 03/02/19 80-92 L 3-0-1 5-2-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP IOWA STATE 03/06/19 90-75 W 12-12-1 DNP DNP DNP 0-1-0 DNP at Oklahoma State 03/09/19 77-85 L 16-3-2 DNP DNP DNP 0-1-0 DNP vs Oklahoma 03/13/19 72-71 W 15-3-2 DNP DNP DNP 8-5-0 DNP vs Texas Tech 03/14/19 79-74 W 10-5-2 DNP DNP DNP 2-4-0 DNP vs Kansas 03/15/19 74-88 L 16-4-0 DNP DNP DNP 4-2-1 DNP GRAND CANYON 03/20/19 77-63 W 11-5-1 DNP DNP DNP 5-5-2 DNP COASTAL CAROLINA 03/25/19 91-109 L 21-5-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-2-1 DNP

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GAME HIGHS WEST VIRGINIA INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS 31.. Bolden, James vs Oklahoma State (01/12/19) 30................ Ahmad, Esa vs Valparaiso (11/24/18) FIELD GOALS MADE 13.........Haley, Jermaine vs Iowa State (03/06/19) 12................ Ahmad, Esa vs Valparaiso (11/24/18) FIELD GOAL ATT. 20.........Haley, Jermaine vs Iowa State (03/06/19) 19....................McCabe, Jordan vs TCU (02/26/19) FG PCT (MIN 5 MADE) 1.000 (5-5)........... Haley, Jermaine vs Kansas (01/19/19) .833 (5-6).....Matthews Jr., Emmitt at Oklahoma State (03/09/19) .833 (5-6)...... Harris, Wesley vs Rhode Island (12/16/18) 3-POINT FG MADE 7......... West, Lamont vs Saint Joseph’s 5.....West, Lamont at Oklahoma State 5...........McCabe, Jordan vs Iowa State 5.............. West, Lamont at Iowa State 5...........West, Lamont at Kansas State 5........... Konate, Sagaba vs Valparaiso

(11/18/18) (03/09/19) (03/06/19) (01/30/19) (01/09/19) (11/24/18)

3-POINT FG ATT 11...West, Lamont at Oklahoma State (03/09/19) 11.........McCabe, Jordan at Oklahoma (03/02/19) 11....... West, Lamont vs Saint Joseph’s (11/18/18) 3-PT FG PCT (MIN 2 MADE) 1.000 (4-4).....Harris, Wesley vs Jacksonville State (12/22/18) .833 (5-6).....McCabe, Jordan vs Iowa State (03/06/19)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS 43................Massinburg, CJ vs Buffalo (11/09/18) 32.....Jones, DeVante vs Coastal Carolina (03/25/19) FIELD GOALS MADE 12....... Hunter, Marlon vs Jacksonville State (12/22/18) 12................Massinburg, CJ vs Buffalo (11/09/18) FIELD GOAL ATT. 24............ Culver, Jarrett vs Texas Tech (03/14/19) 22.... Hunter, Marlon vs Jacksonville State (12/22/18) 22................Massinburg, CJ vs Buffalo (11/09/18) FG PCT (MIN 5 MADE) .857 (6-7)..................Kegler, Mario at Baylor (02/23/19) .833 (5-6)...... Bieniemy, Jamal at Oklahoma (03/02/19) .833 (5-6).......... Fazekas, Ryan vs Valparaiso (11/24/18) 3-POINT FG MADE 9..................Massinburg, CJ vs Buffalo (11/09/18) 6.. Jones, DeVante vs Coastal Carolina (03/25/19) 3-POINT FG ATT 15................Massinburg, CJ vs Buffalo (11/09/18) 10............. Bandoo, Devonte at Baylor (02/23/19) 3-PT FG PCT (MIN 2 MADE) 1.000 (4-4)..... Brown, Charlie vs Saint Joseph’s (11/18/18) 1.000 (2-2).... Jackson, Matt vs Grand Canyon (03/20/19) 1.000 (2-2)..Corprew, Deshawn at Texas Tech (02/04/19) 1.000 (2-2).... Osetkowski, Dylan at Texas (01/05/19) 1.000 (2-2).........Cohen, Jordan vs Lehigh (12/30/18) 1.000 (2-2)..... Durham, Anthony vs Rider (11/28/18) FREE THROWS MADE 13.... Wigginton, Lindell at Iowa State 10.......... Brown, Barry at Kansas State 10..................... Johnson, Xavier vs Pitt 10................Massinburg, CJ vs Buffalo

(01/30/19) (01/09/19) (12/08/18) (11/09/18)

ASSISTS 11....................McCabe, Jordan vs TCU (02/26/19) 8........... McCabe, Jordan vs Texas Tech (03/14/19) 8....................McCabe, Jordan vs Rider (11/28/18)

FREE THROWS MADE 15............. Culver, Derek at Texas Tech (02/04/19) 10...................Bolden, James vs Baylor (01/21/19)

STEALS 6......................McCabe, Jordan vs TCU (02/26/19) 4........... McCabe, Jordan vs Texas Tech (03/14/19) 4.................... Bolden, James vs Kansas (01/19/19)

FREE THROW ATT. 15.............Miles Jr., Daxter vs Missouri (11/26/17) 13.............. West, Lamont vs American (11/15/17)

BLOCKED SHOTS 7....................... Konate, Sagaba vs Pitt (12/08/18) 4..........Konate, Sagaba vs Monmouth (11/15/18)

FT PCT (MIN 3 MADE) 1.000 (10-10)...........Bolden, James vs Baylor (01/21/19) 1.000 (8-8) Matthews Jr., Emmitt vs Coastal Carolina (03/25/19) 1.000 (6-6) Matthews Jr., Emmitt vs Texas Tech (03/14/19) 1.000 (5-5) Matthews Jr., Emmitt vs Grand Canyon (03/20/19) 1.000 (5-5)..... Haley, Jermaine vs Texas Tech (03/14/19) 1.000 (5-5)........ West, Lamont vs Iowa State (03/06/19) 1.000 (5-5)........................Ahmad, Esa vs Pitt (12/08/18) 1.000 (4-4)......... Culver, Derek vs Texas Tech (03/14/19) 1.000 (4-4).....Haley, Jermaine at Oklahoma (03/02/19) 1.000 (4-4).................Konate, Sagaba vs Pitt (12/08/18) 1.000 (4-4)... West, Lamont vs Saint Joseph’s (11/18/18) 1.000 (4-4) West, Lamont vs Western Kentucky (11/16/18) 1.000 (3-3).....McCabe, Jordan vs Texas Tech (03/14/19) 1.000 (3-3).........West, Lamont vs Oklahoma (03/13/19) 1.000 (3-3)................. West, Lamont vs Texas (02/09/19) 1.000 (3-3)................ Bolden, James at Texas (01/05/19) 1.000 (3-3).... West, Lamont vs Rhode Island (12/16/18) 1.000 (3-3)..... Konate, Sagaba vs Valparaiso (11/24/18) 1.000 (3-3).... Harler, Chase vs Saint Joseph’s (11/18/18)

TURNOVERS 8.......................... Culver, Derek vs TCU (02/26/19) 7..............................Ahmad, Esa vs Pitt (12/08/18)

REBOUNDS 21....Culver, Derek at Oklahoma State (03/09/19) 21........................ Culver, Derek vs TCU (02/26/19)

MINUTES 52....................Haley, Jermaine vs TCU (02/26/19)

FREE THROW ATT. 16.... Wigginton, Lindell at Iowa State 12.......... Williams, Grant at Tennessee 12.......... Brown, Barry at Kansas State 12................Massinburg, CJ vs Buffalo

ASSISTS 10..................... Robinson, Alex at TCU (01/15/19) 10.........Lavender, Deion vs Valparaiso (11/24/18)

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STEALS 7...................... McGowens, Trey vs Pitt (12/08/18) 6..................Garrett, Marcus vs Kansas (01/19/19) 6............ Brown, Barry at Kansas State (01/09/19) BLOCKED SHOTS 8............ Anei, Yor at Oklahoma State (03/09/19) 5.................Smits, Derrik vs Valparaiso (11/24/18) TURNOVERS 8....................... Johnson, Xavier vs Pitt (12/08/18) 7................... Dotson, Devon vs Kansas (01/19/19) FOULS 5..... Johnson, Carlos vs Grand Canyon (03/20/19) 5................ Owens, Tariq vs Texas Tech (03/14/19) 5...... Conditt IV, George vs Iowa State (03/06/19) 5........ McNeace, Jamuni at Oklahoma (03/02/19) 5.............................. Noi, Kouat vs TCU (02/26/19) 5.........................Samuel, Kevin vs TCU (02/26/19) 5................Gillespie, Freddie at Baylor (02/23/19) 5............ Reynolds, Miles vs Oklahoma (02/02/19) 5...........Bieniemy, Jamal vs Oklahoma (02/02/19) 5............ Alexander, Kyle at Tennessee (01/26/19) 5.............................. Noi, Kouat at TCU (01/15/19) 5.........................Samuel, Kevin at TCU (01/15/19) 5........Mawien, Makol at Kansas State (01/09/19) 5.......... Love III, James at Kansas State (01/09/19) 5.......... Odiase, Norense vs Texas Tech (01/02/19) 5.............Edwards, Kyler vs Texas Tech (01/02/19) 5................ Owens, Tariq vs Texas Tech (01/02/19) 5........................... Lynch, Nic vs Lehigh (12/30/18) 5.......Harris, Jermaine vs Rhode Island (12/16/18) 5................Tate, Dana vs Rhode Island (12/16/18) 5..........................Brown, Terrell vs Pitt (12/08/18) 5....... Pedersen, Olamide vs Youngstown State (12/01/18) 5................ Durham, Anthony vs Rider (11/28/18) 5.. Edwards, Lorenzo vs Saint Joseph’s (11/18/18) 5....... Brown, Charlie vs Saint Joseph’s (11/18/18) 5............... Salnave, Ray vs Monmouth (11/15/18) 5............... Jordan, Davonta vs Buffalo (11/09/18) 5......................Perkins, Nick vs Buffalo (11/09/18)


TEAM STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS

OPPONENT DATE SCORE W/L FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA BUFFALO 11/09/18 94-99 Lot 29 66 .439 11 33 .333 25 35 vs Monmouth 11/15/18 71-53 W 21 46 .457 6 23 .261 23 37 vs Western Kentucky 11/16/18 57-63 L 18 54 .333 6 25 .240 15 19 vs Saint Joseph’s 11/18/18 97-90 W 28 56 .500 15 29 .517 26 33 VALPARAISO 11/24/18 88-76 W 32 65 .492 7 17 .412 17 22 RIDER 11/28/18 92-78 W 30 70 .429 11 30 .367 21 33 YOUNGSTOWN STATE 12/01/18 106-72 W 40 74 .541 11 32 .344 15 23 vs Florida 12/04/18 56-66 L 19 64 .297 7 23 .304 11 20 PITT 12/08/18 69-59 W 22 55 .400 5 21 .238 20 24 vs Rhode Island 12/16/18 70-83 L 18 56 .321 5 25 .200 29 37 JACKSONVILLE STATE 12/22/18 74-72 W 28 62 .452 12 24 .500 6 11 LEHIGH 12/30/18 78-68 W 27 65 .415 10 29 .345 14 23 TEXAS TECH 01/02/19 59-62 L 18 43 .419 5 19 .263 18 32 at Texas 01/05/19 54-61 L 20 50 .400 5 20 .250 9 14 at Kansas State 01/09/19 69-71 L 23 51 .451 9 20 .450 14 23 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/12/19 77-85 L 26 67 .388 6 29 .207 19 24 at TCU 01/15/19 67-98 L 23 60 .383 3 18 .167 18 24 KANSAS 01/19/19 65-64 W 25 54 .463 5 14 .357 10 14 BAYLOR 01/21/19 73-85 L 24 62 .387 4 17 .235 21 34 at Tennessee 01/26/19 66-83 L 24 55 .436 8 21 .381 10 18 at Iowa State 01/30/19 68-93 L 26 62 .419 8 22 .364 8 13 OKLAHOMA 02/02/19 79-71 W 25 59 .424 7 22 .318 22 33 at Texas Tech 02/04/19 50-81 L 9 39 .231 3 16 .188 29 41 TEXAS 02/09/19 53-75 L 18 51 .353 3 16 .188 14 20 at Kansas 02/16/19 53-78 L 20 59 .339 3 23 .130 10 15 KANSAS STATE 02/18/19 51-65 L 18 52 .346 5 23 .217 10 15 at Baylor 02/23/19 75-82 L 23 54 .426 6 22 .273 23 34 TCU 02/26/19 104-96 Wot 36 82 .439 10 31 .323 22 33 at Oklahoma 03/02/19 80-92 L 26 62 .419 11 28 .393 17 25 IOWA STATE 03/06/19 90-75 W 33 69 .478 11 27 .407 13 18 at Oklahoma State 03/09/19 77-85 L 29 65 .446 13 28 .464 6 9 vs Oklahoma 03/13/19 72-71 W 27 71 .380 9 30 .300 9 13 vs Texas Tech 03/14/19 79-74 W 26 67 .388 7 19 .368 20 22 vs Kansas 03/15/19 74-88 L 30 69 .435 6 22 .273 8 17 GRAND CANYON 03/20/19 77-63 W 29 71 .408 6 22 .273 13 18 COASTAL CAROLINA 03/25/19 91-109 L 31 74 .419 10 32 .313 19 23 West Virginia 2655 901 2181 .413 269 852 .316 584 849 Opponents 2786 967 2110 .458 276 764 .361 576 801

PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG .714 14 32 46 46.0 24 16 19 6 4 94 94.0 .622 12 27 39 42.5 19 13 18 8 8 71 82.5 .789 15 29 44 43.0 22 11 22 7 7 57 74.0 .788 9 30 39 42.0 19 19 12 4 3 97 79.8 .773 14 21 35 40.6 11 17 7 2 6 88 81.4 .636 20 26 46 41.5 15 21 14 4 9 92 83.2 .652 18 29 47 42.3 15 20 9 6 4 106 86.4 .550 16 32 48 43.0 30 9 21 3 8 56 82.6 .833 16 25 41 42.8 23 11 26 12 6 69 81.1 .784 10 32 42 42.7 28 10 15 1 1 70 80.0 .545 14 20 34 41.9 18 16 14 4 7 74 79.5 .609 22 30 52 42.8 14 17 12 5 4 78 79.3 .563 11 30 41 42.6 25 6 22 2 5 59 77.8 .643 14 15 29 41.6 20 7 12 2 4 54 76.1 .609 14 23 37 41.3 19 11 17 2 3 69 75.6 .792 18 25 43 41.4 26 7 6 2 3 77 75.7 .750 17 21 38 41.2 26 15 17 4 5 67 75.2 .714 5 23 28 40.5 14 12 13 2 11 65 74.6 .618 16 19 35 40.2 26 11 13 4 11 73 74.5 .556 11 26 37 40.0 25 14 24 5 9 66 74.1 .615 11 22 33 39.7 26 19 19 1 3 68 73.8 .667 18 28 46 40.0 25 9 12 1 9 79 74.0 .707 10 17 27 39.4 22 5 26 2 10 50 73.0 .700 11 23 34 39.2 15 10 11 6 4 53 72.2 .667 15 21 36 39.1 18 14 24 4 11 53 71.4 .667 14 21 35 38.9 15 10 15 2 3 51 70.6 .676 12 21 33 38.7 28 11 11 2 3 75 70.8 .667 18 34 52 39.2 15 23 24 3 10 104 72.0 .680 15 20 35 39.0 23 12 17 0 10 80 72.2 .722 18 26 44 39.2 16 15 14 2 7 90 72.8 .667 13 27 40 39.2 14 15 12 0 2 77 73.0 .692 16 30 46 39.4 16 12 9 6 5 72 72.9 .909 19 25 44 39.6 18 18 17 3 12 79 73.1 .471 13 20 33 39.4 16 18 11 2 3 74 73.1 .722 17 32 49 39.7 11 13 11 4 8 77 73.3 .826 19 18 37 39.6 13 21 11 3 5 91 73.8 .688 525 900 1425 39.6 710 488 557 126 223 2655 73.8 .719 363 897 1260 35.0 768 486 484 133 298 2786 77.4

Games played: 36 // Points/game: 73.8 // FG Pct: 41.3 // 3FG Pct: 31.6 // FT Pct: 68.8 Rebounds/game: 39.6 // Assists/game: 13.6 // Turnovers/game: 15.5 // Assist/turnover ratio: 0.9 // Steals/game: 6.2 // Blocks/game: 3.5

OPPONENT STATISTICS

OPPONENT DATE SCORE W/L FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA BUFFALO 11/09/18 94-99 Lot 32 80 .400 11 37 .297 24 32 vs Monmouth 11/15/18 71-53 W 18 51 .353 7 18 .389 10 18 vs Western Kentucky 11/16/18 57-63 L 17 53 .321 2 9 .222 27 34 vs Saint Joseph’s 11/18/18 97-90 W 30 60 .500 13 25 .520 17 28 VALPARAISO 11/24/18 88-76 W 30 56 .536 9 20 .450 7 10 RIDER 11/28/18 92-78 W 30 66 .455 8 16 .500 10 16 YOUNGSTOWN STATE 12/01/18 106-72 W 26 69 .377 9 36 .250 11 16 vs Florida 12/04/18 56-66 L 16 48 .333 6 21 .286 28 46 PITT 12/08/18 69-59 W 17 54 .315 6 23 .261 19 23 vs Rhode Island 12/16/18 70-83 L 29 62 .468 5 17 .294 20 33 JACKSONVILLE STATE 12/22/18 74-72 W 27 57 .474 3 11 .273 15 20 LEHIGH 12/30/18 78-68 W 24 55 .436 9 21 .429 11 15 TEXAS TECH 01/02/19 59-62 L 21 55 .382 3 18 .167 17 24 at Texas 01/05/19 54-61 L 21 42 .500 6 16 .375 13 19 at Kansas State 01/09/19 69-71 L 25 53 .472 9 23 .391 12 19 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/12/19 77-85 L 27 57 .474 8 17 .471 23 31 at TCU 01/15/19 67-98 L 29 61 .475 12 28 .429 28 37 KANSAS 01/19/19 65-64 W 24 55 .436 5 16 .313 11 13 BAYLOR 01/21/19 73-85 L 29 58 .500 8 27 .296 19 31 at Tennessee 01/26/19 66-83 L 29 61 .475 6 16 .375 19 26 at Iowa State 01/30/19 68-93 L 30 55 .545 4 16 .250 29 33 OKLAHOMA 02/02/19 79-71 W 21 50 .420 8 21 .381 21 29 at Texas Tech 02/04/19 50-81 L 30 57 .526 8 22 .364 13 20 TEXAS 02/09/19 53-75 L 29 64 .453 9 23 .391 8 13 at Kansas 02/16/19 53-78 L 28 53 .528 8 20 .400 14 18 KANSAS STATE 02/18/19 51-65 L 24 54 .444 9 23 .391 8 9 at Baylor 02/23/19 75-82 L 24 53 .453 8 21 .381 26 35 TCU 02/26/19 104-96 Wot 38 80 .475 9 27 .333 11 20 at Oklahoma 03/02/19 80-92 L 29 49 .592 10 21 .476 24 29 IOWA STATE 03/06/19 90-75 W 28 64 .438 7 24 .292 12 20 at Oklahoma State 03/09/19 77-85 L 30 60 .500 11 24 .458 14 18 vs Oklahoma 03/13/19 72-71 W 28 62 .452 4 12 .333 11 13 vs Texas Tech 03/14/19 79-74 W 26 57 .456 6 18 .333 16 18 vs Kansas 03/15/19 74-88 L 33 63 .524 8 20 .400 14 16 GRAND CANYON 03/20/19 77-63 W 25 62 .403 9 29 .310 4 7 COASTAL CAROLINA 03/25/19 91-109 L 43 74 .581 13 28 .464 10 12 Opponents 2786 967 2110 .458 276 764 .361 576 801 West Virginia 2655 901 2181 .413 269 852 .316 584 849

PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG .750 21 29 50 50.0 25 17 11 3 8 99 99.0 .556 11 21 32 41.0 29 13 18 2 10 53 76.0 .794 12 23 35 39.0 22 4 13 5 15 63 71.7 .607 7 22 29 36.5 25 13 7 2 5 90 76.2 .700 6 22 28 34.8 20 19 14 6 3 76 76.2 .625 12 24 36 35.0 23 11 15 2 9 78 76.5 .688 17 22 39 35.6 21 15 15 1 3 72 75.9 .609 11 34 45 36.8 22 12 15 7 13 66 74.6 .826 14 19 33 36.3 26 7 24 5 14 59 72.9 .606 10 30 40 36.7 28 17 9 2 6 83 73.9 .750 13 23 36 36.6 17 17 15 5 9 72 73.7 .733 3 22 25 35.7 21 14 8 2 6 68 73.2 .708 9 22 31 35.3 25 5 13 4 12 62 72.4 .684 8 20 28 34.8 19 7 11 7 4 61 71.6 .632 5 18 23 34.0 25 14 6 2 10 71 71.5 .742 9 27 36 34.1 21 10 5 2 3 85 72.4 .757 15 24 39 34.4 21 20 13 6 11 98 73.9 .846 9 25 34 34.4 15 6 18 1 7 64 73.3 .613 16 29 45 34.9 26 17 18 0 7 85 73.9 .731 11 22 33 34.8 19 19 16 5 10 83 74.4 .879 5 28 33 34.8 18 14 12 4 12 93 75.3 .724 7 23 30 34.5 28 12 15 1 7 71 75.1 .650 12 23 35 34.6 29 20 21 4 13 81 75.3 .615 16 26 42 34.9 21 16 8 2 7 75 75.3 .778 6 25 31 34.7 16 17 19 6 7 78 75.4 .889 10 21 31 34.6 19 11 12 1 9 65 75.0 .743 11 26 37 34.7 23 12 10 3 3 82 75.3 .550 11 34 45 35.0 28 14 24 7 17 96 76.0 .828 2 25 27 34.8 18 16 16 3 7 92 76.6 .600 13 21 34 34.7 18 11 14 4 8 75 76.5 .778 6 26 32 34.6 12 18 5 10 6 85 76.8 .846 5 31 36 34.7 15 12 8 1 6 71 76.6 .889 7 23 30 34.5 19 10 15 6 12 74 76.5 .875 11 32 43 34.8 15 16 16 7 8 88 76.9 .571 7 29 36 34.8 21 12 14 4 5 63 76.5 .833 15 26 41 35.0 18 18 11 1 6 109 77.4 .719 363 897 1260 35.0 768 486 484 133 298 2786 77.4 .688 525 900 1425 39.6 710 488 557 126 223 2655 73.8

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GAME #2 RV/NO. 13 WEST VIRGINIA 71, MONMOUTH 53

GAME #3 WESTERN KENTUCKY 63, NO. RV/13 WEST VIRGINIA 57

RECAP C.J. Massinburg poured in a career-high 43 points

RECAP Esa Ahmad scored 16 points and Sagaba Konate

RECAP Western Kentucky made just enough plays down

Nov. 9, 2018 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

to lead Buffalo to a 99-94 overtime win over 13thranked West Virginia at the WVU Coliseum. Massinburg hit 12 of his 22 shot attempts, including 9 of 15 from 3, made all 10 of his secondhalf free throw attempts to finish 10 of 12 from the line, grabbed 14 rebounds and handed out three assists. Buffalo’s other 10 players were just 2 of 22 from 3. WVU, playing for the first time in four years without All-American guard Jevon Carter, came out on fire to build an early eight-point lead. The Bulls (2-0) battled back to take a pair of four-point leads before the Mountaineers used back-to-back 3s from Chase Harler and Beetle Bolden, and then another 3 from Bolden to go ahead by seven, 31-24. Bolden also dropped in a driving layup ahead of the horn to give the Mountaineers an eight-point halftime advantage. In the second half, West Virginia (0-1) built its lead to 13 on Lamont West’s 3 from the corner, making it 49-36, and once again at 71-58 on Logan Routt’s bucket just ahead of the eight-minute timeout. WVU maintained its double-digit margin on three Bolden free throws with 4:43 remaining, but Bolden soon had to leave the game with severe leg cramping and did not return. Consequently, West Virginia’s only field goal for the remainder of regulation was Andrew Gordon’s loose-ball basket with 3:58 left, which made the score 81-73. And that’s when Massinburg took over. His 3s on consecutive possessions pulled Buffalo to within two, 81-79, and then another deep triple with 16 seconds left tied the game at 84. Following two Mountaineer timeouts, the second one used when Esa Ahmad couldn’t inbound the basketball underneath Buffalo’s basket, West Virginia had an opportunity to win it in regulation. As time was winding down, however, freshman point guard Brandon Knapper struggled to get WVU into its offensive set deep in the backcourt. He eventually got the ball to West standing well beyond the 3-point line for a desperation shot that failed to draw iron. Sagaba Konate grabbed the offensive rebound but was unable to get off another attempt ahead of the buzzer. The Mountaineers’ next field goal didn’t come until 41 seconds were remaining in overtime, that coming on Ahmad’s layup. An announced crowd of 12,657 attended the game.

NOTEBOOK • Massinburg’s 43 points were four shy of the WVU

Nov. 15, 2018 • HTC Center Conway, S.C. • Myrtle Beach Invitational

added 14 points, eight rebounds and four blocks to lead West Virginia to a 71-53 victory over Monmouth at Coastal Carolina’s HTC Center in Conway, South Carolina, in the Myrtle Beach Invitational. WVU (1-1) held Monmouth without a field goal during an eight-minute stretch in the second half to turn a nine-point lead with six and a half minutes remaining into a 17-point advantage with 5:04 left. Konate’s 3 at the top of the key with the shot clock winding down began the spurt, and freshman Jordan McCabe quickly hit another 3 in transition to make it a 15-point game. Chase Harler’s layup 35 seconds later following Deion Hammond’s missed layup forced Monmouth coach King Rice to call a 30-second timeout. West Virginia’s biggest lead of the game was 22 points with 1:39 remaining. “We didn’t shoot the ball so quick (in the second half),” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said about his team’s second half turnaround. “We shoot it so quick and when we miss we’ve got guys running to the goal, the ball goes bouncing over their head and that gives them transition (opportunities) and makes us get too spread. It’s not a good formula for us to win.” In the first half, Monmouth had a four-point lead, 27-23, before West Virginia used an 8-4 spurt to tie it at 31. West Virginia scored the final five points of the first half to take a 36-31 halftime lead. Guard James “Beetle” Bolden scored nine on three-of-eight shooting while forward Lamont West failed to score after pouring in a team-high 22 against the Bulls. West Virginia shot 45.7 percent from the floor and just 26.1 percent from 3, the Mountaineers taking half of their 46 shot attempts from behind the arc. Monmouth (0-4) shot 35.3 percent, turned the basketball over 18 times and had 11 more fouls than field goal attempts. The Mountaineers did a much better job containing the Hawks in the second half. Hammond was the only Monmouth player to reach double digits with 10. “We were giving up too much penetration so I told them to gap it more,” Huggins explained. “If we gave up something it was going to be a contested 3 – it wasn’t going to be a straight-line drive to the basket.”

NOTEBOOK • This is the second time these two schools met,

West Virginia also winning the first meeting in Morgantown back on Nov. 14, 2014, 64-54.

Coliseum record of 47 established by Notre Dame All-America guard Austin Carr 47 years ago on Feb. 20, 1971, and were the most points scored against the Mountaineers since Duquesne’s Mark Stevenson dropped in 43 at the A.J. Palumbo Center on Jan. 30, 1990.

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the stretch to outlast West Virginia 63-57 in the semifinal game of the Myrtle Beach Invitational played at Coastal Carolina’s HTC Center in Conway, South Carolina. Neither team shot the ball well, Western Kentucky making 32 percent of its field goal attempts and West Virginia just 33, but the Hilltoppers feasted on Mountaineer turnovers and fouls. West Virginia mishandled the basketball 22 times and sent WKU to the free throw line 34 times where it converted 27 - 12 more than West Virginia’s 15 free throws made. The Mountaineers (1-2) struggled all night getting good looks on the offensive end of the floor and when they did pass the ball enough to get an open shot it was usually a 3. WVU missed 19 of the 25 it attempted which led to numerous runout opportunities for Western Kentucky. Starting forwards Sagaba Konate and Esa Ahmad were a combined 0-for-6 from behind the arc, while backup forward Wesley Harris also missed both triples he tried. Lamont West was 1-for-6 and guard Beetle Bolden was the only player to make more than one, hitting two of the five he tried. But Bolden turned the ball over five times and every player who got into the game turned the ball over at least once, with the exception of West. Despite this, West Virginia battled back from six points down to tie the game at 57 on Konate’s free throw with 1:26 remaining. But Desean Murray answered with a dunk and another empty possession from West Virginia resulted in two more Western Kentucky free throws. Jared Savage made both, putting the Hilltoppers ahead 6157 with 31 seconds to go. Two missed 3s by Bolden and Ahmad led to more Western Kentucky free throws and its third victory of the season. Charles Bassey and Taveion Hollingsworth led four double-figure scorers with 13 each, while Josh Anderson scored 12 and Savage added 11. Ahmad led West Virginia with 12 and Bolden finished with 10. West Virginia began the game with an early 8-2 advantage and led 35-33 at halftime. However, WVU began the second half with turnovers on back to back possessions and turned it over 10 more times during the second 20 minutes.

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GAME #5 NO. RV/RV WEST VIRGINIA 88, VALPARAISO 76

GAME #6 NO. -/RV WEST VIRGINIA 92, RIDER 78

RECAP Lamont West’s career-high 27 points helped

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RECAP Lamont West came off the bench to score 20 and Esa Ahmad followed up his career-best 30 points with 16 in West Virginia’s 92-78 victory over Rider at the WVU Coliseum. West made four-of-five from 3-point distance, hit fourof-five from the free throw line and added seven rebounds. “We looked pretty good for a while, passed the ball, and looked like a team that liked each other,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. The Mountaineers, playing without injured starting forward Sagaba Konate, got 12 points from guard Beetle Bolden, all in the first half, 11 from Chase Harler and a season-high 11 from freshman forward Emmitt Matthews Jr. coming off the bench. Another freshman, Jordan McCabe, entered the game with 7:02 left in the first half and West Virginia trailing 2821. In the next five minutes the Mountaineers got a wing 3 from Ahmad, assisted by McCabe, a wing 3 from West, assisted by McCabe, and another deep 3 from West, also assisted by McCabe. A seven-point deficit turned into a 32-28 lead in a matter of three minutes. WVU finished the half with a Wesley Harris dunk off of Harler’s feed and West’s deep 3 before the horn sounded to give the Mountaineers a 43-36 halftime advantage. After Rider’s Jordan Allen began the second half with a 3, West Virginia used a 13-point run to build its lead to 17, 56-39, on a pair of Logan Routt free throws. Routt started in place of Konate and finished with 7 points and a teamhigh eight rebounds. West Virginia’s largest lead was 19, 75-56, with 9:20 remaining. Rider (2-2) made a little run to reduce the Mountaineers’ lead to 10, 82-72, on Stevie Jordan’s basket with 3:35 left, but West Virginia answered with Matthews transition dunk, once again assisted by McCabe. McCabe handed out a season-high eight assists in 17 minutes of action, 12 of those coming in the second half when Huggins opted to sit Bolden and not risk another injury in a chippy game that saw three technicals and a flagrant 1 foul called on the Broncs. After shooting just 21 percent to begin the game, West Virginia finished 30-of-70 for 42.9 percent. The Mountaineers had a 46-36 advantage on the glass and outscored Rider’s bench 37-29.

NOTEBOOK • Valparaiso made its first trip to Morgantown. • The game was an on-campus game as part of the

NOTEBOOK • WVU improved to 3-1 all-time against Rider. • Rider made its third trip to the WVU Coliseum

Nov. 18, 2018 • HTC Center Conway, S.C. • Myrtle Beach Invitational

West Virginia defeat Saint Joseph’s 97-90 to earn the Mountaineers a third place finish at the Myrtle Beach Invitational at Coastal Carolina’s HTC Center in Conway, South Carolina. West made 8 of 12 from the floor, including 7 of 11 from 3, and hit all four of his free throw attempts to give West Virginia a big boost off the bench. The Mountaineers (2-2) benefitted from St. Joseph’s fouls, the Hawks losing their leading scorer Charlie Brown to fouls 8:07 remaining and West Virginia leading 79-71. Soon after, Wesley Harris hit a 3 to put the Mountaineers ahead by 11, and their lead swelled to a game-high 14 with 6:01 remaining on Brandon Knapper’s 3 from the wing. Knapper, on the floor in place of injured starter Beetle Bolden, out with an elbow injury suffered during Friday night’s loss to Western Kentucky, logged 24 minutes and scored 9 points, grabbed five rebounds and handed out five assists. More importantly, Knapper turned the ball over just one time and the Mountaineers as a team were credited with just 12 miscues – 10 fewer than they committed in the earlier loss to Western Kentucky. “We moved the ball,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. “We got open guys the shots they can make.” Sagaba Konate scored 15 and grabbed nine rebounds, Harris contributed 13 points off the bench and Esa Ahmad finished with 12. Konate, who missed all three of his 3-point attempts in the game against the Hilltoppers, didn’t try a 3 this afternoon, taking all 12 of his shot attempts from inside the arc. Sixty seven of West Virginia’s 97 points came from forwards West, Kontate, Harris and Ahmad. “Those are the guys who we thought were going to be our strength this year,” Huggins said. WVU had a 39-29 advantage on the glass and was able to withstand a 52-percent shooting performance from behind the arc from St. Joseph’s, which finished 13 of 25 from there. The Hawks struggled at the free throw line, however, missing 11 to shoot just 60.7 percent. There were 20 ties and 14 lead changes in the game, which West Virginia led at halftime, 51-49. St. Joe’s largest lead was six points midway through the first half and its final lead was 64-62 on Lamarr Kimble’s layup with 13:25 remaining in the game. WVU tied it on Knapper’s two free throws and gradually got it to five on more free throws from West and Ahmad.

NOTEBOOK • Sagaba Konate was named to the Myrtle Beach Invitational All-Tournament Team.

Nov. 24, 2018 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

Konate’s career-best 26 powered West Virginia to an 88-76 victory over Valparaiso here at the WVU Coliseum. “They’re both capable, we just need them to be more consistent until we can get these freshmen a little more knowledge of what college basketball is all about,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. Twenty four of Konate’s 26 came in the second half, at one point the forward pouring in 13 points during a four-minute stretch to help West Virginia extend its three-point halftime lead to five on his straight-away 3, and then to seven on his driving layup the next time down the floor. Freshman Emmitt Matthews Jr.’s second try from close to the basket gave the Mountaineers their first double-digit advantage at 11 with 6:42 remaining. WVU’s biggest lead was 14 on Ahmad’s jumper with 1:02 left. Derrik Smits, the son of former NBA standout Rik Smits, led Valpo with 20 points on 9-of-12 shooting. The Crusaders (3-3) hit 9-of-20 from behind the 3-point arc and were shooting better than 70 percent from the floor midway through the second half before cooling off down the stretch. Huggins started freshman Brandon Knapper in place of injured starter James “Beetle” Bolden and he played a good portion of the game at point guard. Knapper and freshman Jordan McCabe did a solid job holding on to the basketball as the Mountaineers committed a season-low seven turnovers, 11 fewer than the 18 they were averaging heading into the game. Ahmad did most of the damage in the first half as West Virginia built an early nine-point advantage, 145. But then Valpo, trailing 18-10, went on an 11-2 run to take a 21-20 lead on Ryan Fazekas’ jumper, and led by two, 26-24, on Deion Lavender’s 3. Ahmad answered with two free throws to tie the game, and more free throws from Emmitt Matthews Jr., Konate and West built the lead back to five with 2:57 remaining. Konate grabbed 10 rebounds to finish with a double-double, his first of the season. Ahmad hit 12-of-15 from the floor and was also 5-of-6 from the free throw line. WVU outscored Valpo 17-7 at the line and had a 35-28 edge on the glass to move past .500 for the first time this season at 3-2.

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GAME #9 NO. -/RV WEST VIRGINIA 69, PITT 59

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Dec. 1, 2018 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

Esa Ahmad and Beetle Bolden scored 15 points each to lead six West Virginia double-figure scorers in the Mountaineers’ 106-72 victory over Youngstown State at the WVU Coliseum. No regular played more than starting guard Chase Harler’s 24 minutes. “Those freshmen have just got to play and keep getting better and better,” Huggins said. “The more we can get them into the game the better they are going to be.” Sagaba Konate scored the game’s first basket and WVU never trailed, the Mountaineers building their lead to double digits on Bolden’s steal and layup before the under-16 timeout. An 11-0 run over the remaining 3:44 gave West Virginia a commanding 55-37 halftime lead. West Virginia’s largest lead was 34 points, 99-65, with 4:11 remaining. Thirteen different players got into the game and 12 scored for West Virginia. Konate contributed 14 points and a team-high nine rebounds. The junior was also credited with three blocks. Wesley Harris, Brandon Knapper and Lamont West scored 10 each for West Virginia. The Mountaineers shot a season-high 54.1 percent from the floor, hitting 40 of its 74 shot attempts. WVU was also credited with 20 assists on its 40 field goals. WVU had a 47-39 edge on the glass, but the Penguins pulled down an alarming 17 offensive rebounds. Both teams took a lot of 3s – Youngstown State attempted 36 and West Virginia 32. The Penguins got a game-high 20 points off the bench from Garrett Covington. Youngstown State shot 37.7 percent from the floor and finished with 15 turnovers, but Huggins was still not satisfied with his team’s half-court defense. “We don’t gang-guard the way we need to gangguard,” he pointed out. “We’re not in help position and we watch the ball too much. We’ve got to get better at helping and supporting each other.” An announced crowd of 10,849 watched the game. Youngstown State is coached by former Mountaineer assistant coach Jerrod Calhoun, who also coached Fairmont State for five seasons.

NOTEBOOK • The win was the 850th of Bob Huggins’ coaching career.

• The two teams met for the first time since 1982. • West Virginia improved to a 5-0 mark in the

series, including a 3-0 mark in the WVU Coliseum.

Dec. 4, 2018 • Madison Square Garden New York, N.Y. • Jimmy V Classic

56 victory over cold-shooting West Virginia in the nightcap of the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The nightcap was a matter of which team could come up with enough offense to outlast the other. Florida turned out to be that team, the Gators hitting 33.3 percent of their field goal attempts compared to West Virginia’s 29.7 percent to give the Gators a double-digit victory, their sixth in nine meetings against the Mountaineers. West Virginia’s top four scorers Esa Ahmad, Sagaba Konate, Lamont West and Beetle Bolden shot a combined 6-for-35 from the floor, scoring 14 points between them. Chase Harler was the only Mountaineer who could find his shooting touch, the junior guard hitting four of his five field goal attempts to finish with a teamhigh 11 points. “We won’t pass the ball,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. “Our biggest problem is, one, we don’t pass it well and, two, we don’t have any idea where we’re supposed to go. It blows my mind how can a guy can be standing wide open and we can’t see him.” Florida (5-3) was not much better, the Gators making 16 of their 48 field goal tries while committing 15 turnovers. Florida did most of its damage from the free throw line where it converted 28-of-46, compared to West Virginia’s 11-of-20. In addition to being whistled for 30 personal fouls, West Virginia once again had difficulty handling the basketball as it committed 21 turnovers against Florida’s quarter-court trapping defense. The Mountaineers’ only lead came with 16:36 remaining in the second half when Bolden’s steal led to an Ahmad dunk to give the Mountaineers a 31-30 advantage. But Florida responded with an 18-2 flurry to put the game out of reach with nine minutes to go. “We couldn’t score,” Huggins said. “We went six minutes and didn’t score. “There were 22 points off of 21 turnovers and many of those were guys just doing things they are not capable of doing,” Huggins said.

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seven blocks powered West Virginia to a 69-59 victory over Pitt in a turnover-plagued, foul-marred basketball game at the WVU Coliseum. There were combined 50 turnovers, 49 fouls and a near second-half Mountaineer meltdown. Konate was certainly one answer, the junior setting the WVU career block-shot record once established by D’or Fischer with his 191st career rejection on Trey McGowens’ dunk attempt with 3:54 remaining in the game. Konate continually turned back Pitt’s straightline drives at the rim, scored close to the basket and in transition on some thunderous dunks when his teammates were able to get him the ball, and he played like a preseason All-Big 12 player. Huggins said a day earlier that he wasn’t sure if Konate was going to play because he didn’t practice on Thursday. But he was well enough to come off the bench and give the Mountaineers 27 effective minutes. Junior guard Beetle Bolden scored a team-high 18 points - a lot of those coming off the ball when Jermaine Haley was in the game at point guard - while Esa Ahmad added 13 points to go with a season-high seven turnovers. West Virginia (6-3) used an 11-0 run during a fiveminute stretch late in the first half to take control of the game. A Konate dunk and three Bolden free throws with 12.9 seconds left gave the Mountaineers a 39-27 halftime advantage. WVU built its margin to 17 on Ahmad’s layup with 15:10 remaining, and led by 14 points when Haley had to come out of the game with his fourth foul. The 6-foot-7-inch Haley was the Mountaineers’ most effective ball handler against Pitt’s pressure because he is tall enough to pass the ball over top of defenders. But as soon as he went to the bench, West Virginia’s comfortable lead soon dwindled from 14 to eight in a matter of four minutes. Two Ahmad free throws with 3:43 remaining seemed to put the Mountaineers back in control with a 15-point advantage. Panther freshman guard Xavier Johnson scored a game-high 21 points and McGowens added 18 while the other eight Pitt players who got into the game scored 20 points on a combined 7-of-24 shooting. Overall, Pitt shot 31.5 percent from the field and just 26.1 percent from 3-point distance.

Mountaineers fell 68-65 to Davidson in 2008 and 70-54 to Virginia in 2015.

NOTEBOOK • WVU has now won three in a row in the series

NOTEBOOK • The game was West Virginia’s third appearance

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GAME #11 WEST VIRGINIA 74, JACKSONVILLE STATE 72

GAME #12 WEST VIRGINIA 78, LEHIGH 68

RECAP Rhode Island took advantage of West Virginia’s

RECAP Wesley Harris followed up a career high with

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Dec. 16, 2018 • Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, Conn. • Basketball Hall of Fame Holiday Classic

poor shooting to run away with an 83-70 victory over the Mountaineers in the Basketball Hall of Fame Classic at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut. The Mountaineers, with starting forward Sagaba Konate who was unavailable for the game with an injured right knee, struggled without him to find any offensive rhythm against the Rams. WVU trailed the entire first half and if not for the free throw line the Rams’ two-point halftime lead would have been much larger. West Virginia briefly took a three-point lead on Brandon Knapper’s 3 early in the second half, but another field goal drought saw the Rams rebuild their lead to four when Omar Silverio’s jumper made it 6359. It was still a one-point game with 8:21 remaining when WVU came unglued. A missed Ahmad 3 turned into a Cyril Langevine dunk. Then, back-to-back misses by Chase Harler and Ahmad resulted in another run-out dunk by Jeff Dowtin. The next time down the floor, a Jermaine Haley turnover led to Langevine’s jumper to give Rhode Island a seven-point cushion. WVU temporarily trimmed the deficit to four on Wesley Harris’ 3, but five straight empty possessions enabled Rhode Island to expand its margin to 75-65 and take control of the game with 2:39 remaining. URI’s biggest lead was 14 points achieved twice at 81-67 and 82-68. Guards Fatts Russell and Jeff Dowtin led five Rhode Island double figure scorers with 18 points each. Langeville added 15 points and six rebounds after sitting a good portion of the first half in early foul trouble. West Virginia, much like it did in its 10-point loss to Florida earlier in the season in Madison Square Garden, struggled all game long on the offensive end of the floor. The Mountaineers were 18-of-56 shooting, including 5-of-25 from 3-point distance while turning the ball over 15 times. WVU’s only effective offensive player was forward Wesley Harris, who made five of his six shot attempts to finish with a career-high 18 points to go with nine rebounds. Ahmad added 12 but got off just six shot attempts, making two, while starting guards Beetle Bolden and Chase Harler were a combined 1-of-14 shooting with two assists and four turnovers. The point differential between the two starting backcourts favored Rhode Island 36-6. Huggins was also unhappy with his team’s nonexistent pressure that resulted in just one steal. The Rams had a 44-24 scoring edge in the paint and got 20 points off of those 15 WVU turnovers.

NOTEBOOK • The two schools met for the first time since the 2004 NIT.

• WVU is now 20-13 all-time against the Rams,

however, Rhode Island has won six of the last nine in the series.

Dec. 22, 2018 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

another career high. The junior forward was two points better than the 18 he scored against Rhode Island to help West Virginia defeat Jacksonville State 74-72 in front of 8,231 at the WVU Coliseum. Harris made eight of his 11 field goal attempts and it was his clutch 3-point shooting late in the game that helped the Mountaineers hold off the Gamecocks. West Virginia (7-4), playing without starting center Sagaba Konate, also played all but four minutes without its top scorer Esa Ahmad. Ahmad scored two points before being taken out of the game and he didn’t return. Lamont West stepped in and scored 18 points off the bench on seven-of-12 shooting, including four-of-six from 3. At one point in the first half, Huggins had three freshmen on the floor at the same time – Brandon Knapper, Emmitt Matthews Jr. and Derek Culver – and he later used a three-forward lineup for a good portion of the second half when WVU built its lead to nine, 49-40, on West’s 3. But Jacksonville State (7-5) battled back to take a 58-57 lead on Jason Burnell’s layup, forcing Huggins to call timeout with 8:35 remaining. The Mountaineers got points following the stoppage when Harris followed up Jermaine Haley’s miss, and then Haley stole the inbounds pass and scored to make it 61-58, WVU. A Knapper 3 gave West Virginia a 64-62 lead with 6:29 remaining, and another West 3 with 4:20 left put the Mountaineers back in front, 68-66. Following the under-four timeout and Christian Cunningham making just one of two at the free throw line, Harris responded with another big 3 from the corner to give the Mountaineers a 71-67 advantage. A fourth Harris 3 pushed the lead to five, 74-69, with 1:46 to go. But two Burnell free throws and a couple of close misses by West and Haley gave Jacksonville State an opportunity to try and tie the game, trailing 74-71. Ty Hudson was fouled by Beetle Bolden away from the ball with 26 seconds left and Hudson could only convert one of his two free throw attempts, making the score 74-72. Haley grabbed Hudson’s miss and was fouled by Cunningham with 23 seconds left. He was unable to convert the front end of a one-and-one, giving Jacksonville State an opportunity to tie the game with a field goal or take the lead with a 3. Burnell got a good look at a 3 from the top of the key with eight seconds remaining, missed, and Chase Harler grabbed the rebound and was fouled with four seconds still showing on the clock. He also missed, but Bolden was able to deflect a length-of-the-floor pass out of bounds as time expired.

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high 22 points and Esa Ahmad added 21 to lift West Virginia to a 78-68 victory over Lehigh at the WVU Coliseum. Bolden hit four 3s, grabbed eight rebounds, handed out five assists and spent the early portion of the game at the off-guard position with freshman point guard Jordan McCabe earning his first start of the season. McCabe hit a couple of shots and finished with 5 points in 12 minutes of action before Huggins switched to Bolden and junior Chase Harler in the backcourt for most of the second half. West Virginia got a big lift from freshman forward Derek Culver, who took over the game with 11:18 remaining when the Mountaineers were leading by just two, 52-50. Culver hit a couple of free throws on back-to-back possessions to WVU up four, and then he fed Bolden for a short jumper to make it a six-point game. Four minutes later, following a Lance Tejada 3, Culver made a pretty baseline move to score and was fouled by Nic Lynch on the play. After converting a traditional three-point play, Culver grabbed Kyle Leufroy’s miss and then followed up Ahmad’s miss to give the Mountaineers an eight-point lead. At the other end of the floor, Culver blocked Jeameril Wilson’s driving layup attempt, Jermaine Haley grabbed the rebound and that stop eventually led to two Ahmad free throws, giving the Mountaineers their first double-digit lead of the game, 69-59. Culver played a total of 19 minutes and finished with 11 points and 11 rebounds. Wesley Harris, coming off consecutive careerhigh scoring performances against Rhode Island and Jacksonville State, contributed 10 points and hit a couple of big second-half 3s, his second from the corner with 1:51 remaining to give West Virginia a 13-point advantage, its biggest of the game. There were 11 lead changes and seven ties before West Virginia finally took control of things halfway through the second half. WVU used its big size advantage to out-rebound the Mountain Hawks, 52-25. Ahmad grabbed nine boards while Harris and Logan Routt added five rebounds each. The Mountaineers had a staggering 30-2 margin in second-chance points and they also outscored the Mountain Hawks 37-10 from their bench.

NOTEBOOK • The game was Lehigh’s first visit to the WVU

Coliseum since Jan. 23, 1975 when Huggins was a Mountaineer player.

• An announced crowd of 10,754 watched the game.

NOTEBOOK • WVU and Jacksonville State met for the first time in series play.

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GAME #14 TEXAS 61, WEST VIRGINIA 54

GAME #15 KANSAS STATE 71, WEST VIRGINIA 69

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RECAP Matt Coleman III’s 17 points, including a clutch 3

RECAP Kansas State overcame a 21-point second half

Jan. 2, 2019 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

Texas Tech overcame some frigid shooting to outlast West Virginia 62-59 in a foul-plagued, turnover-marred Big 12 opener at the WVU Coliseum. The two teams combined to commit 50 fouls and mishandle the basketball 35 times, but the Mountaineers were far more generous by committing 22 turnovers. Those 22 miscues led to 27 of the Red Raiders’ 62 points. Tech made 21 of their 55 field goal attempts for 38.2 percent and only 3-of-18 from 3, but the Red Raiders got a big triple from Davide Moretti with 2:09 remaining to give them a 55-54 lead after Esa Ahmad’s two free throws put the Mountaineers ahead 54-52. After Moretti’s 3, West Virginia came up empty on three straight possessions, two of those resulting in turnovers and the other being a Chase Harler miss from the corner. Jarrett Culver, Tech’s 19.6 points-per-game scorer who went scoreless in the first half after picking up three fouls, got a short jumper to go down with 40 seconds remaining to give the Red Raiders a 57-54 lead. Two more points from Culver at the free throw line pushed Tech’s lead to five, but Lamont West answered with a 3 at the other end with 21 seconds left. Culver and West then traded free throws, making it 61-59 with five seconds to go. Chris Beard used his final timeout underneath West Virginia’s basket to get his team organized for the inbound play. Culver ran over West Virginia’s James Bolden before the ball was put into play, no foul was called, and the scrambling Mountaineers were forced to foul Moretti with three seconds to go. Moretti made the first free throw and missed the second, but Brandon Knapper’s mid-court shot attempt to tie the game as time expired was off line and bounced off the backboard. West Virginia (8-5, 0-1) had a nine-point first half lead before hitting a long field goal drought that spanned more than 10 minutes and extended into the second half. During that stretch, Bolden’s short jumper with 4:53 to go in the first half was the only Mountaineer field goal until Derek Culver finally ended the drought nearly six minutes into the second half. That turned a 21-12 West Virginia lead into a 33-24 deficit. WVU also didn’t help itself at the free throw line by missing eight in the first half and 14 for the game. A couple of those misses came on the front end of one-and-ones, which could have resulted in additional scoring opportunities.

NOTEBOOK • Texas Tech won for the first time in Morgantown in seven tries.

Jan. 5, 2019 • Erwin Center Austin, Texas

with 1:03 remaining, lifted Texas to a 61-54 victory over West Virginia at the Erwin Center in Austin, Texas. The Longhorns also got 14 points from Dylan Osetkowski and 10 from Elijah Mitrou-Long. West Virginia fought back from an eight-point deficit to make it a two-point game with 2:25 remaining when Derek Culver put back Esa Ahmad’s 3-point miss. Jaxson Hayes and Ahmad traded baskets to make the score 56-54, Longhorns, with 1:38 remaining. The Mountaineers defended Texas for almost the entire shot clock until Coleman, with three seconds remaining, hit a step-back 3 over Wesley Harris to give Texas a 59-54 lead. Jordan McCabe’s 3-point attempt at the other end was off the mark, and Osetkowski grabbed the rebound, and got the ball to Coleman who was fouled by Harris. Coleman made both free throws. Another trip down the floor for the Mountaineers resulted in a Beetle Bolden turnover, and the Longhorns dribbled off the remaining 24 seconds of the clock. Nearly all of West Virginia’s second-half scoring came from Bolden and freshman forward Derek Culver, who just missed another double-double with 17 points and nine rebounds. Culver made 8 of his 12 field goal attempts while grabbing five offensive rebounds. Bolden finished with 13 while Ahmad ended with 10. Texas finished the game shooting 50 percent from the floor, 21-of-42, and made 13-of-19 from the free throw line while West Virginia shot 40 percent from the floor, 20-of-50, and made 9-of-14 from the line. There were at least 12 different instances during the game when the Mountaineers had possession of the ball with an opportunity to take the lead but could never get over the hump. Huggins used a starting lineup tonight consisting of Harris, Ahmad and Routt inside with Jermaine Haley and freshman walk-one Taevon Horton in the backcourt. Horton played two minutes and Routt logged only four minutes of action. WVU had a 29-28 edge on the glass and it committed just 12 turnovers after mishandling the basketball 22 times in the opening Big 12 62-59 loss to Texas Tech.

NOTEBOOK • West Virginia fell to 2-5 all-time in games played at Texas.

• The Mountaineers lost for the first time in a Big

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deficit to stun West Virginia 71-69 at Bramlage Coliseum in Manhattan, Kansas. Barry Brown’s game-high 29 points, 20 of those coming in the second half, were enough to give the Wildcats their first Big 12 victory of the season. For a good portion of the game, it looked like West Virginia was going to be the team getting its first conference victory of the year. West Virginia (8-7, 0-3) jumped out to an early 20-3 lead and had a 36-21 advantage at halftime. Then, a quick start to the second half got the Mountaineers’ lead to 21, 42-21, with 18:49 remaining on Derek Culver’s short jumper. Then WVU went cold and Kansas State got hot. The Wildcats scored the next 15 points over a six-minute span before Culver ended West Virginia’s drought with a tip-in basket. WVU eventually got its margin back to 10 with 8:51 remaining on Culver’s traditional three-point play. In the process of Culver scoring, K-State’s Makol Mawien fouled out of the game. But that’s when Brown and Xavier Sneed took over the game. Those two helped Kansas State make eightstraight field goals, the last one a Sneed 3 from the corner with 2:30 left to give the Wildcats their first lead of the game at 67-66. He was also fouled by Lamont West and Sneed’s free throw made it 68-66. West tied the game at 68 when he followed up his miss along the baseline. Then after a Sneed missed 3 with 1:33 remaining, West was fouled by Mike McGuirl while both were going for the rebound. West could only get one of two to go down - one of nine missed free throws for the Mountaineers - and Brown was able to score a layup at the other end to give the Wildcats a 70-69 lead with 29 seconds remaining. Huggins used his final timeout. On West Virginia’s prior possession following another Huggins timeout, Esa Ahmad fumbled away the basketball while trying to score in the lane. This time, Jermaine Haley dribbled down the clock and got the ball to Culver in the lane in front of the foul line. His short jumper with five seconds remaining was strong and Sneed grabbed the rebound. West fouled Sneed, who made the first one and missed the second, but West Virginia was unable to get off a shot attempt to win it. Kansas State (11-4, 1-2) led for only 56 seconds, but it got the lead at the most important time in the game.

NOTEBOOK • West came off the bench to lead West Virginia

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GAME #17 TCU 98, WEST VIRGINIA 67

GAME #18 WEST VIRGINIA 65, NO. 7/8 KANSAS 64

RECAP West Virginia simply didn’t have an answer for

RECAP Desmond Bane’s 26 points led TCU to a 98-67

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Jan. 12, 2019 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

Isaac Likekele. Oklahoma State’s unlikely hero scored a careerhigh 23 points and Cameron McGriff added 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Cowboys to an 85-77 victory at the WVU Coliseum. Likekele, who came into the game averaging 7.1 points, 16 above his average by shooting seven-of-10 from the floor, mostly on straight-line drives to the rim. He also made nine-of-11 from the free throw line and overall the Cowboys converted 23-of-31 from there. It was the third straight victory for the Cowboys at the WVU Coliseum. Oklahoma State’s 5-2 record in Morgantown is the best of any Big 12 team since West Virginia joined the conference in 2012. For the struggling Mountaineers, it was their fourth straight conference defeat and their overall record drops to 8-8. Huggins, who used a starting lineup consisting of Beetle Bolden, Jermaine Haley, Chase Harler, Lamont West and Logan Routt and did not play regulars Esa Ahmad and Wesley Harris, also used true freshman guard Trey Doomes for the first time this year seeking a spark. At one point in the first half he had four freshmen on the floor at the same time with Doomes, Derek Culver, Jordan McCabe and Emmitt Matthews Jr. out there. WVU missed its first seven shots but was able to hang around until the Cowboys began to take control late in the first half. Five straight McGriff points gave Oklahoma State a 28-22 lead, and consecutive 3s from Maurice Calloo and Curtis Jones built the margin to 10. A Jones 3 and some free throws gave the Cowboys an 11-point halftime advantage. West scored the first eight points of the second half for West Virginia, and then Bolden added five more to make it a two-point game with 11:39 remaining. But Oklahoma State answered with a 15-7 run to build its lead back to 10 - eight of those coming from Likekele. The Cowboys’ biggest lead was 12, 75-63, with 3:48 remaining. But WVU couldn’t stop Likekele’s drives to the basket and failed to cover Oklahoma State’s 3-point shooters, the Cowboys finishing 8-of-17 from behind the arc for 47.1 percent. West Virginia also struggled with its outside shot by missing 23 of its 29 triple attempts and finishing shooting just 38.8 percent. The Mountaineers had a 43-36 advantage on the glass but 18 of those rebounds came off of missed shots.

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Jan. 15, 2019 • Schollmaier Arena Fort Worth, Texas

victory over West Virginia at Schollmaier Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. The Horned Frogs, which missed six of their first seven shots, warmed up pretty quickly. TCU ended up hitting 12 triples and scoring 28 more at the free throw line on 37 attempts to come two points shy of eclipsing the 100-point barrier for the first time against a Bob Huggins-coached Mountaineer team. The 31-point loss was West Virginia’s worst since suffering a 39-point defeat against No. 1-ranked Kentucky in the Sweet 16 round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament. All eight players TCU coach Jamie Dixon put in the game got in the scoring column with six reaching double figures. In addition to Bane’s 26, Alex Robinson scored 14, JD Miller 13, Kouat Noi and Lat Mayen 12 each, and Kevin Samuel finishing with 10. TCU (13-3, 2-2) shot 47.5 percent (29 of 61) from the floor, including 12 of 28 from 3. TCU’s largest lead was 35 with 2:21 remaining in the game. West Virginia got a team-high 15 points from Beetle Bolden. Bolden only played 25 minutes after getting into early foul trouble. Wesley Harris was the only other Mountaineer to reach double figures with 13. Freshman Derek Culver, coming off a 15-point, 15-rebound double-double in a loss to Oklahoma State, scored eight points and grabbed four rebounds in 22 minutes. Starting guard Jermaine Haley left the game with a left hand injury and returned to the bench with it wrapped. Turnovers once again were an issue for West Virginia as the Mountaineers committed 17 miscues, two more than their season average. As was the case against Oklahoma State, there were times when Huggins had as many as four freshman out on the floor at the same time. “They have kind of a breakout and our guy comes down and blocks his shot and their guy ran right by our next guy, caught it and dunked it in,” Huggins said. “Now, you just make a great effort play and you turn around and there is your teammate jogging down the floor. That’s not teamwork at all. And that’s something we’ve never had. “We’ve had teams that weren’t very talented in the past but they tried. West Virginians appreciate hard work. It’s a state of hard-working people and I’m embarrassed.”

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half, finished with a career-high 31, including 22 of the Mountaineers’ final 25 points.

Jan. 19, 2019 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

after all. Coming off perhaps the worst performance in coach Bob Huggins’ 12-year tenure at his alma mater at TCU, West Virginia scored the game’s final seven points to stun seventh-ranked Kansas 65-64 at the WVU Coliseum. Jermaine Haley’s driving basket with 8.5 seconds left put West Virginia ahead 65-64. At the other end of the floor, Kansas got two shot attempts to win it one from Lagerald Vick from the corner with a second remaining and the other a follow-up try by Dedric Lawson that glanced off the front of the rim before the horn sounded. The Jayhawks (15-3, 4-2) missed five straight shots down the stretch to blow a six-point lead with 2:23 remaining. After Marcus Garrett’s layup made it 64-58, a Wesley Harris 3 from the wing sliced Kansas’ lead in half. Then, a Garrett missed jumper at the other end led to Derek Culver’s basket with 1:26 left. Two 30-second timeouts called by Bill Self, the first coming with 1:16 remaining after the Culver score and the other occurring with 44 seconds to go, both resulted in empty possessions. Following the first timeout, Garrett couldn’t get his driving layup over Culver to go down but he stole the ball back when Culver tried to pass the ball backwards to a teammate. Self called a second timeout to draw up something better. But what Kansas ended up getting was a wild 3-point try by Vick from the corner that ended up in Haley’s hands along the baseline. Haley got the ball back on the wing, maneuvered to his right and drove past Quentin Grimes to put in the winning shot off the glass. The Jayhawks, which have lost five of seven at the Coliseum, stumbled through a first half that saw them shoot just 37 percent from the floor and commit 13 turnovers, resulting in a 23-23 tie at halftime. West Virginia (9-9, 1-5) won the game because it held on to the basketball and didn’t stand around on the perimeter and jack up contested 3s that have frequently led to fast break opportunities for the opposition during the five-game losing streak. The Mountaineers tried just three triples in the first half, choosing instead to pass the basketball and look for shots closer to the rim. In the second half, when the game began to open up a little bit, West Virginia was able to convert fiveof-11 from 3-point range, mostly on step-in shots. Haley scored 13 points on five-of-five shooting to lead the Mountaineers. Bolden, suffering from the flu, came off the bench to contribute 12 while Culver added 11.

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GAME #20 NO. 1/1 TENNESSEE 83, WEST VIRGINIA 66

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Jan. 21, 2019 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

Makai Mason’s season-high 29 points led Baylor to an 85-73 victory over West Virginia at the WVU Coliseum. The Yale graduate transfer made 10-of-16 field goals and handed out four assists to help the streaking Bears to their third straight conference victory. West Virginia, hoping to capitalize on its first Big 12 win two days ago against Kansas, couldn’t match the same effort and intensity it put forth against the Jayhawks. Baylor (12-6, 4-2) out-rebounded West Virginia 4535 and at one point in the game had nearly as many offensive rebounds (eight) as the Mountaineers had total rebounds (nine). The Bears took control of the game midway through the first half by going on an 11-3 run to build a 12-point lead. They eventually got it to 17 on a couple of Devonte Bandoo 3s. Baylor’s biggest lead was 21 with 15:54 remaining in the game. West Virginia (9-10, 1-6) used full-court pressure to force 16 second half turnovers and get its deficit down to eight on a Bolden 3 from the top of the key with 3:33 remaining. But Baylor immediately answered Bolden’s 3 with Mario Kegler’s driving layup. Bolden, who finished with a team-high 22 points, fouled out with 2:44 left leaving the Mountaineers without their most reliable scorer to cut deeper into Baylor’s lead. Freshman Brandon Knapper came off the bench to add a season-high 15 on six-of-12 shooting. He was the only other WVU player to reach double figures. In addition to Mason’s 29, Kegler contributed a season-high 18 and Bandoo finished with 13. Baylor shot 50 percent from the floor for the game and made 15-of-17 at the free throw line in the second half after missing 10 of its first 14. Freshman Derek Culver got into early foul trouble and endured his toughest game as a Mountaineer, finishing with 3 points on one-of-eight shooting. West Virginia also struggled at the line by missing 13 of its 34 free throw tries while also missing a staggering 16 layups. “I don’t understand how we can continually miss the shots that we miss,” Huggins said. “We were 10for-26 in layups - shots around the rim. Ten-for-26. “We got pretty good shots.”

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• The win for Baylor snapped its three-game losing streak to West Virginia and also its three-game losing streak versus the Mountaineers at the Coliseum.

Jan. 26, 2019 • Thompson-Boling Arena Knoxville, Tenn. • SEC/Big 12 Challenge

remaining nine minutes of the first half on the way to an 83-66 victory over West Virginia in a SEC/Big 12 challenge game at Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tennessee. The Mountaineers jumped out to an early 8-2 lead and led the Volunteers 19-7 after a Beetle Bolden 3 with 11:05 remaining in the first half. It was the fifth 3 out of eight attempts for the Mountaineers up to that point in the game. But the next 10 minutes saw West Virginia score just two points, those coming on a Derek Culver jumper with 1:34, as Tennessee built its halftime lead to 31-21. West Virginia missed 14 of its 15 shot attempts during its long scoreless drought. “All of a sudden they started throwing it close and backing us in …,” Huggins said. “They shot layups and we got out of the way.” Tennessee’s biggest lead was 21, 60-39, with 9:21 remaining in the game. Lamonte Turner scored a game-high 23 points to lead the No. 1 ranked Vols. Grant Williams, coming off a 43-point performance earlier in the week at Vanderbilt, contributed 19 while Admiral Schofield added 14 points and a gamehigh 10 rebounds for Tennessee. “They’re good. That’s a heck of a team and they deserve everything they’ve got,” Huggins said. “They’re extremely well-coached. They’re a veteran group and they’ve got a lot of things going for them.” West Virginia got 16 points and seven rebounds from Esa Ahmad and 15 points and six rebounds off the bench from Derek Culver. Tennessee (18-1) shot 47.5 percent and outscored West Virginia 40-26 in the paint while the Mountaineers committed 24 turnovers. “Obviously I’ve lost a whole lot of games in my career, but I’ve always felt like our guys fought,” Huggins said. “Our guys don’t fight. Dive on the floor. Take a charge. Block a guy out. Go get a second shot. We stand and watch. It’s hard to take.” Bolden, who finished with three points, was helped from the floor with 15:40 left in the game after landing awkwardly to the ground on his ankle. Tennessee, now 4-5 against West Virginia, has won 14 straight games. A season-high 22,149 attended the game. Notebook • The Mountaineers drop to 1-5 in SEC/Big 12 Challenge games and are now 5-9 all-time against college basketball’s AP No. 1-ranked team.

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Iowa State to a 93-68 victory over West Virginia at Hilton Coliseum. The minus-14 degree temperatures outside in Ames didn’t deter 14,252 from showing up to watch the Cyclones roll to their 16th victory of the season. West Virginia, without its top Big 12 scorer Beetle Bolden, who didn’t make the trip after injuring his ankle in the loss at Tennessee, turned the basketball over 19 times and committed 26 fouls leading to 29 Iowa State free throws. The Cyclones shot a sizzling 54.5 percent from the floor - most of that coming on driving layups, dunks or shots close to the rim. “They out-athlete us,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. “We gave up so many straight-line drives, which is a no-no. We’ve got guys who have been here four years turning people loose to the middle of the floor.” Marial Shayok scored 18 points and Nick WeilerBabb added 14 to help Iowa State. The Mountaineers (9-12, 1-7) led just once, 18-17, on Brandon Knapper’s bank-shot 3 with 10:29 to go in the first half before Iowa State used an 8-0 run to take a 25-18 advantage. The Cyclones made another 9-0 run later in the half to build their margin to 16 on the way to a 45-28 lead at intermission. An Emmitt Matthews Jr. basket with 9:10 remaining in the game got West Virginia’s deficit down to 10, 61-51 - the closest West Virginia could get before the Cyclones responded with back-to-back baskets by Weiler-Babb and Wiggington. Iowa State’s biggest lead was 27 points with 42 seconds to go. Lamont West scored 24 points before fouling out to lead West Virginia. Matthews Jr. matched his season high with 11 points, all of those coming in the second half. Huggins was ejected from the game with 3:28 remaining after drawing a pair of technical fouls arguing a no-call on a missed Wesley Harris shot attempt. “It was a combination of things,” Huggins said of the two technicals.

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• Senior forward Esa Ahmad added 11, including his 1,000th career point before he fouled out with 5:20 remaining. He is the 53rd player in school history to do so.


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GAME #22 WEST VIRGINIA 79, OKLAHOMA 71

GAME #23 NO. 18/18 TEXAS TECH 81, WEST VIRGINIA 50

GAME #24 TEXAS 75, WEST VIRGINIA 53

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Feb. 2, 2019 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

Freshman Brandon Knapper picked the right time to have the best game of his young college basketball career. With Beetle Bolden out for the second straight game with an injured ankle and West Virginia coming off three straight double-digit losses, the South Charleston product scored a career-high 25 points to lift the Mountaineers to a 79-71 victory over Oklahoma at the WVU Coliseum Knapper, who came into the game averaging 4.5 points per game and had seven more turnovers than assists, performed like a completely different player. Aside from Knapper’s scoring, the Mountaineers won the game because they dominated the backboard by out-rebounding the Sooners 46-30. Frequently, West Virginia’s best offense was missing its initial shot and then Esa Ahmad, Derek Culver and Wesley Harris crashing in the glass. The trio grabbed 16 of West Virginia’s 18 offensive rebounds to give it a 27-9 advantage in second-chance points. Culver finished with 13 points and 14 rebounds, Ahmad scored 12 and grabbed 13 rebounds and Harris contributed 13 points and seven boards. Oklahoma (15-7, 3-6) had things going its way with an early 15-10 lead and the Sooners led 26-25 with 3:27 remaining before West Virginia finished the half scoring the final eight points. Knapper got a drive into the lane to go down off the glass, Chase Harler made a pair of free throws, Ahmad followed Logan Routt’s miss and then freshman guard Trey Doomes completed the first-half scoring with two more at the line. In the second half, West Virginia (10-12, 2-7) built its lead to nine, 47-38, when Ahmad grabbed Harris’ miss and found Jordan McCabe open beyond the top of the key for a 3. The Sooners eventually got their deficit down to one, 59-58, by driving to the basket and going to the free throw line nearly every time down the floor. During one four-minute stretch Oklahoma scored nine points despite taking just one shot attempt (an Aaron Calixte missed jumper). OU made 18-of-19 from the line in the second half, including two from Kristian Doolittle with 4:52 remaining to make it a 63-60 game. Huggins chose to switch to a 3-2 zone to try and slow down OU dribble penetration. Huggins called timeout with 1:59 remaining to get his team organized and out of that came a step-in 3 by Knapper from the wing to make it 68-63. Then, it was Knapper making six straight from the free throw line and Culver adding two more with seven seconds remaining.

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Feb. 4, 2019 • United Supermarkets Arena Lubbock, Texas

Feb. 9, 2019 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

its third road game in 10 days. Just two days after getting its second Big 12 victory of the year against Oklahoma, the Mountaineers looked like they had nothing left in the tank in losing 81-50 to 18th-ranked Texas Tech at United Supermarkets Arena in Lubbock, Texas. West Virginia (10-13, 2-8) made just nine field goals – its fewest in a game in 77 years – and committed 26 turnovers in falling by 31 points on the road for the second time this season. WVU made nine field goals in a 30-22 loss at Duquesne on Jan. 7, 1942. The fewest field goals made by a Mountaineer team during the shot-clock era was 10 against Cincinnati on Jan. 30, 2008, a 62-39 defeat against the Bearcats at the Coliseum. “We’ve never gotten beat like this before,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. “Even the team that won (13 in 2013) they played. They tried. At least you could go to the bench and somebody would come in and play harder than the guy that you took out. We’re putting guys in who aren’t playing as hard as the guys we take out – and the guys we’re taking out is because they’re not playing hard.” West Virginia scored the game’s first five points and actually led 14-12 before going ice cold. The Mountaineers made just one field goal for the remainder of the half, that coming from Derek Culver, as the Red Raiders built a 15-point halftime lead. In the second half, West Virginia came completely unglued as Tech consumed its ballhandlers and forced turnover after turnover. Brandone Francis led Texas Tech with 16 points. Jarrett Culver added 12 and Davide Moretti contributed 11 before coach Chris Beard emptied his bench. For a good portion of the second half, Culver was the only Mountaineer player capable of scoring, his points mostly coming from the free throw line. He went to the line 24 times, making 15, to finish with a career-high 23 points. Culver, who also made four-of-10 from the floor, grabbed 12 rebounds for his fifth double-double of the season. Besides Culver, the rest of the team was just fiveof-29 from the floor. Texas Tech shot 52.6 percent to improve to 18-5, 6-4 on the season.

53 victory over West Virginia at the WVU Coliseum. An announced crowd of 12,815 was looking for a bounce-back performance from the Mountaineers after they lost by 31 earlier in the week at Texas Tech. But West Virginia was unable to deliver. WVU had no answer for Texas’ zone defense, especially in the second half when the Mountaineers made just nine-of-23 field goals to finish the game shooting 35.3 percent. “I’m totally embarrassed that this is happening,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. “I don’t know what to say.” Texas (14-10, 6-5) never trailed but did see its early eight-point lead whittled to one, 29-28, with 2:13 remaining in the first half. A Jermaine Haley 3 from the top of the key, a Chase Harler layup off a feed from Derek Culver and five straight points from Esa Ahmad forced Longhorn coach Shaka Smart to call timeout. When play resumed, Ramey knocked down a triple, one of five he made for the night, and Matt Coleman III finished the first half scoring when he converted a driving layup off of a Lamont West miss. A 10-1 Texas run to begin the second half got the Longhorn lead to 15, 44-29, and soon it grew to 23, then to 27 and eventually to 29 points before Smart emptied his bench. Roach II added 14 points on six-of-10 shooting. Texas made 29-of-64 for 45.3 percent (including eight second half dunks) and was nine-of-23 from 3-point distance for 39.1 percent. The Longhorns had a 42-34 rebounding advantage and a 40-22 edge in paint scoring. West Virginia (10-14, 2-9) got a team-best 14 points from forward Esa Ahmad. Culver added seven points and grabbed a teambest 11 rebounds. It was the sixth time the freshman has grabbed 10 or more boards in a game during the season. It was West Virginia’s fourth straight game without injured guard Beetle Bolden and the 15th without injured forward Sagaba Konate. “We’re all accountable and I’m accountable and it’s my fault,” Huggins said. “I recruited them, or at least I approved of their recruitment, so it’s my fault and I’ll fix it.”

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• Culver’s 24 free throw attempts were four shy of a school record held by Bill Morrison against Pitt in 1920, and the most by any WVU player since 1922 when college basketball was still using a designated free throw shooter. All-American guard Rod Thorn once attempted 23 free throws in a game against George Washington on Jan. 12, 1963.

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GAME #25 NO. 14/14 KANSAS 78, WEST VIRGINIA 53

GAME #26 NO. 23/21 KANSAS STATE 65, WEST VIRGINIA 51

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No. 14 Kansas had five different players reach double figures to defeat undermanned West Virginia 78-53 at Allen Fieldhouse. Devon Dotson and K.J. Lawson scored 15 points each, and Dedric Lawson added 14 to help the Jayhawks. David McCormack and Ochai Agbaji scored 10 each as Kansas shot 52.8 percent from the floor for the game. KU (20-6, 9-4) held West Virginia to just 16 firsthalf points in building a commanding 27-point halftime lead. “Our effort was good until we got down late in the first half and we started to feel sorry for ourselves,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. The Mountaineers were playing with just nine scholarship players following the dismissals of Esa Ahmad and Wesley Harris earlier in the week. Meanwhile, juniors Beetle Bolden and Sagaba Konate continue to sit out with injuries. There were some small victories for West Virginia. The Mountaineers outscored the Jayhawks 37-35 in the second half and also had a 36-31 edge on the glass. “I thought in the second half we came out with some intensity and made some good plays – and made them turn it over some as well,” Huggins said. Freshman Derek Culver was one point shy of recording his sixth double-double of the season with nine points and 12 rebounds. It’s the seventh time the Youngstown, Ohio, resident has grabbed 10 or more rebounds in a game. He also matched Jermaine Haley for the team lead in assists with four. WVU got a team-high 11 points from Lamont West and Chase Harler, who came off the bench to make five of his nine field goal attempts. The starting lineup Huggins used included three freshmen – Culver, Brandon Knapper and Emmitt Matthews Jr., making his first career start. He finished with seven points and five rebounds, but also had four turnovers. West Virginia was just three-of-23 from behind the arc and turned the ball over 24 times. “We haven’t competed and I want them to compete,” Huggins said. “If we compete we are going to win our share. Competing means we’ve got two guys rebounding the ball every single time – not once in five, not once in three – every single time because we don’t make shots.”

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• WVU also lost for the seventh time in Allen Fieldhouse, although three of the last four losses were by eight points or less. • Allen Fieldhouse remains the only Big 12 venue in which WVU has not won.

Feb. 18, 2019 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

Kansas State used a 19-2 run over a seven-minute stretch in the second half to pull away from West Virginia 65-51 at the WVU Coliseum. Yet with 11:55 remaining it was anyone’s game with the score tied at 42. West Virginia had scored seven straight to force a Wildcat timeout, but when play resumed that’s when K-State stepped on the gas. A Makol Mawien dunk (he missed three others) began a 19-point Wildcat flurry to put this one away and give them their 20th victory of the season and 10th in conference play. “We had some breakdowns,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. “We were going to down ball screens on the side and we did a decent job downing them on the side. Then they started setting them in the middle of the floor and we were supposed to soft-hedge and we didn’t. That’s how Mawien got the wide-open dunk under the basket and I thought that one broke our back.” The Mountaineers (10-16, 2-11) shot just 34.6 percent from the floor - the fourth straight sub-40percent shooting night and their seventh in Big 12 play. West Virginia was five-of-23 from behind the arc. It was also the fourth straight game in which West Virginia scored 53 or fewer points. “We just didn’t make shots,” Huggins said. “They made open shots and we didn’t make open shots. That’s the name of the game. That’s basketball.” K-State’s three centers Mawien, James Love III and Levi Stockard III combined to commit 11 fouls, sending Culver to the free throw line eight times where he made five. The Youngstown, Ohio, resident scored 11 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for his sixth double-double of the season and his fifth straight double-digit rebounding performance. But the freshman was just three-of-nine from the floor and was unable to score through contact when he was fouled. Junior Lamont West led the Mountaineers with 16 points while grabbing seven rebounds. Brandon Knapper scored 10 while Emmitt Matthews Jr. added nine. “We need to be more consistent,” Huggins said. “It’s just hard for us getting anything close to the basket other than Derek.” Kansas State got 21 points on seven-of-14 shooting from senior guard Barry Brown. In the two wins against West Virginia in 2019 Brown scored 50 points.

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Coliseum in Big 12 play. The Mountaineers had won five in a row against K-State in Morgantown.

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GAME #27 BAYLOR 82, WEST VIRGINIA 75 Feb. 23, 2019 • Ferrell Center Waco, Texas

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Baylor scored 16 of the game’s final 21 points to outlast West Virginia 82-75 at the Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas. The Mountaineers had a 70-66 lead with 3:07 remaining when Andrew Gordon converted a pair of free throws, two of his season-high 13 points, before going cold. Two Baylor scores, a Devonte Bandoo jumper and a big Mario Kegler triple 22 seconds later gave the Bears a 71-70 lead. Bandoo was able to make one of two free throws, and following a Lamont West miss, Jared Butler beat Chase Harler off the dribble for a basket to put the Bears up three. Harler fouled Butler on the play and his free throw gave the Bears a two-possession lead at 76-70. Freshman guard Trey Doomes finally ended Baylor’s 10-0 run with a layup with 50 seconds to go. Baylor’s biggest lead was 10, 82-72, before Jermaine Haley banked in a 3 with 11 seconds remaining. West Virginia (10-17, 2-12) led for a good portion of the game, three times the youthful Mountaineers extending their lead to seven points, the latest coming on Jordan McCabe’s right wing 3 with 12 minutes to go. McCabe, seeing most of the action at point guard with Brandon Knapper out after suffering a neck sprain in practice, scored a season-high 14 points. Haley matched his season high for the third time with 13, while Gordon gave WVU a big boost off the bench in place of struggling Derek Culver with 13 points and four rebounds. Gordon made seven-ofnine from the free throw line after coming into the game shooting just 40 percent from the charity stripe. Other than Gordon going four-for-four from the line late, West Virginia missed six free throws in the second half that helped Baylor get the lead. Lamont West led West Virginia with 16, but struggled in the second half after scoring 10 before intermission. West was just four-of-14 from the field and two-of-nine from 3. The Mountaineers once again struggled from behind the arc, hitting just six-of-22 for 27.3 percent. Culver had another tough day with teams focusing on him whenever he catches the ball in the paint. He was just two-of-nine from the floor and fiveof-10 from the free throw line for nine points before fouling out with 1:08 remaining. Baylor (18-9, 9-5) was led by Mario Kegler’s 23 points. NOTEBOOK

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GAME #29 OKLAHOMA 92, WEST VIRGINIA 80

GAME #30 WEST VIRGINIA 90, NO. RV/25 IOWA STATE 75

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Feb. 26, 2019 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

Bob Huggins’ young West Virginia team grew up a little bit vs. TCU. The undermanned Mountaineers outlasted the undermanned Horned Frogs 104-96 in triple overtime in front of 8,798 WVU fans at the WVU Coliseum. West Virginia, with four freshmen playing, was the team making the clutch plays at the end after missing four different opportunities to hit game-winning shots in regulation and the first two overtimes. In the final overtime, junior forward Lamont West’s 3 from the wing with 2:59 remaining began a 10-0 West Virginia run over the next two minutes to give the Mountaineers 100-91 lead. Following an Alex Robinson miss, a hustling Jermaine Haley scored to put West Virginia up four. Another TCU miss preceded a second Mountaineer 3, this one coming from Chase Harler in the corner, to put them up seven. Two Haley free throws pushed the margin to nine. West Virginia had numerous chances to put TCU away, beginning in regulation when the Mountaineers led by six with 1:59 remaining. But freshman guard Jordan McCabe missed the front end of a one-and-one so instead of leading by as many as eight if McCabe makes both, the lead was sliced to three when J.D. Miller banged in a 3 at the other end. On its next possession, TCU tied the game at 68 on Desmond Bane’s 3. WVU missed an opportunity to retake the lead with 24 seconds left when Kevin Samuel appeared to pin Haley’s layup attempt on the glass, but no goal tending was called. West Virginia also had a chance to win the game in regulation when Bane’s turnover at midcourt ended up in the hands of McCabe, but his running 3-point try from the top of the key at the buzzer glanced off the front of the rim. At the end of the first overtime, McCabe had two more cracks to win it at the buzzer. He rebounded his miss with three seconds left to take another 3 at the horn but once more it was off target. At the end of the second overtime, Chase Harler’s running jumper from the baseline with three second left glanced off the rim into the hands of Derek Culver, who was unable to get his stick-back attempt to go down just as time expired. Notebook • WVU played the sixth triple overtime game in school history. • Culver became the first Mountaineer to have a 20-20 game since Maurice Robinson in 1977. • McCabe became the first college basketball player since 2010 to have more than 25 points, 10 assists and five steals in a game. • WVU had four guys log 50 or more minutes against TCU for the first time in a game in school history. • WVU improved to 7-0 all-time against TCU in Morgantown.

March 2, 2019 • Lloyd Noble Center Norman, Okla.

points each to lead Oklahoma to a 92-80 victory over West Virginia at the Lloyd Noble Center in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma shot a sizzling 59.2 percent from the floor by hitting 29 of its 49 field goal attempts. OU also hit 10-of-21 from 3-point distance for 47.6 percent. Kristian Doolittle contributed 15 points and Brady Manek added 14 for Oklahoma. “I didn’t think we competed,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. “I thought this group, although not the most talented, was going to compete like our old guys but they didn’t compete today. “And it wasn’t everybody, some guys gave us great effort but a few just didn’t give us any effort,” Huggins added. West Virginia (11-18, 3-13) got a season-high 23 points from Jermaine Haley, who was coming off an 18-point performance earlier in the week in the triple-overtime win against TCU. Freshman point guard Jordan McCabe added 18 points to go with his season-high 25 scored against the Horned Frogs. Freshman Derek Culver went for nine points and nine rebounds while freshman Emmitt Matthews Jr. grabbed a game-best 10 rebounds. He added eight points. “I thought Emmitt was good in the first half and then he got tired,” Huggins said. “He was out of gas.” Culver was just two-of-eight from the floor as Oklahoma chose to do what other teams have done by playing Culver physically whenever he gets the ball in the paint. After leading by eight early in the game, a fiveminute field goal drought to end the first half doomed the Mountaineers. Oklahoma used as 17-3 run to finish the first half with a 42-28 advantage. West Virginia began the game hitting six of its first eight field goal attempts before ending the half going just four-of-21. The Mountaineers recovered to shoot 48.5 percent in the second half to bring their shooting percentage up to 41.9 percent for the game. OU had a 30-19 advantage in bench scoring and a 16-6 edge in fast break points off of 17 Mountaineer turnovers. Christian James, Oklahoma’s leading scorer with an average of 15.4 points per game, scored just seven today while Lamont West, one of two double figure scorers for WVU, made just one 3-point field goal before fouling out with 7:52 remaining in the game.

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March 6, 2019 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va.

West Virginia got a career-high 28 points from junior Jermaine Haley and another outstanding 18-point, five-assist effort from emerging freshman point guard Jordan McCabe to knock off 25th-ranked Iowa State 90-75 at the WVU Coliseum. Haley made 13-of-20 from the floor, mostly on drives to the basket. He also converted two-of-four from 3-point range while grabbing seven rebounds and handing out three assists. McCabe had 18 points (15 from 3) with his final 3 coming with 9:02 remaining in the game right after the Cyclones had reduced their 21-point halftime deficit to 10 on Zoran Talley Jr.’s transition basket. McCabe’s big 3, from well beyond the arc, stopped Iowa State’s 10-3 run in its tracks. Soon, West Virginia pushed its lead back to 17 after Lamont West’s five-point flurry. West scored 12 points and grabbing a season-high 12 rebounds – his first double-double since last year’s NCAA Tournament victory over Marshall when he got 18 points and 10 boards. Freshman forward Derek Culver produced his eighth double-double of the season with 15 points and 11 boards. West Virginia outrebounded Iowa State 44-34, had a 15 to 11 edge in assists and the turnovers were negated at 14 each. The Mountaineers (12-18, 4-13) shot a sizzling 57.5 percent in the first half (23-of-40) and finished the game at 47.8 percent, well above the 41 percent they are shooting for the season. WVU used a 12-0 run at the midway point in the first half to turn a 20-18 deficit into a 30-20 lead, forcing Iowa State coach Steve Prohm to use one of two timeouts he called during a six-minute span. His first one came after the Mountaineers took an early 14-10 lead. The Mountaineers looked like a completely different team, which Huggins noted afterward. “We’re playing guys now that we didn’t play before,” he said. “We’re a totally different team. We play a bunch of young guys that like each other and play well together and want to win.” West Virginia’s 55 first half points were more than it scored for an entire 40 minutes during a four-game stretch in early February when it absorbed blowout losses to Texas Tech, Texas, Kansas and Kansas State. Since then, the Mountaineers have scored 104, 80 and 90 points in their last three games while going 2-1 over that stretch. At the final timeout of the first half, longtime athletic equipment manager Bubba Schmidt was recognized for his 42 years of dedicated service to Mountaineer basketball. Schmidt will be retiring in June.

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Lindy Waters scored 19 points and Yor Anei added 16 points and five blocks to help Oklahoma State to an 85-77 victory over West Virginia at Gallagher-Iba Arena in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The Cowboys (12-19, 5-13) shot a sizzling 56.7 percent in the first half and led by as many as 12 points before the Mountaineers battled back to tie the game at 66 with 8:59 remaining on Jermaine Haley’s floater close to the basket. Then, a Chase Harler air ball led to Thomas Dziagwa’s runout basket and Anei scored a close one to make it 70-66. But a couple of baskets by Haley and Derek Culver turned it into a two-point game with five minutes to go. Two missed free throws by Lindy Waters, a 93.1 percent free throw shooter, opened the door for West Virginia, but the Mountaineers were unable to capitalize. McCabe couldn’t get his shot attempt to go down leading to another Anei basket. Huggins, upset a foul wasn’t called on McCabe’s miss, was assessed a technical foul leading to Dziagwa’s two free throws and a six-point Oklahoma State advantage with 4:14 to go. Two Isaac Likekele free throws with 1:27 remaining pushed the margin to nine. Haley answered with a 3 and following a Cameron McGriff missed free throw West Virginia could have made it a four-point game, but Culver missed a wide open layup attempt with 57 seconds to go, likely a result of Anei’s five blocks. Likekele was fouled by Lamont West and his two free throws put the game on ice for OSU. Oklahoma State outscored West Virginia 9-3 over the remaining 2:59. Dziagwa scored 15, McGriff had 14 and Curtis Jones added 13 for the Cowboys. Culver, Haley and West had 16 each for West Virginia. Culver also matched his season high with 21 rebounds. Freshman forward Emmitt Matthews Jr. added a season-high 13 points. “The difference in the game for me was their shot blocker,” Huggins said. “We had probably 12 points that (Anei) took away from us.” Oklahoma State shot 50 percent for the game (30 of 60) and also made 11-of-24 from 3-point range for 45.8 percent. West Virginia (12-19, 4-14) shot 44.6 percent overall and was 13-of-28 from 3-point distance for 46.4 percent. WVU had a 40-32 edge on the glass but turned the ball over 12 times to Oklahoma State’s five, four of those coming in rapid-fire succession to begin the second half. The Mountaineers had nine turnovers after intermission.

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In 2016, Buddy Hield’s half-court shot that would have defeated West Virginia in the Big 12 Tournament semifinals was waved off following an official’s review, and this time, Christian James’ 3-pointer at the buzzer that would have sent the game into overtime was ruled a 2 when instant replay clearly showed his left foot touching the line. So instead of overtime, 10th-seeded West Virginia pulled out a 72-71 victory over the seventh-seeded Sooners in the Phillips 66 Championship at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. West Virginia (13-19) led by as many as eight points in the first half before the Sooners used a 10-3 run to

take 28-27 lead on Brady Manek’s basket with 4:11 remaining. A couple of Lamont West baskets put WVU back ahead 31-28, but Oklahoma used a 7-2 run to close out the first half with a 35-33 lead. It was James again who hit the big shot with eight seconds left to give the Sooners the halftime lead. Oklahoma expanded its lead to six on Rashard Odomes three-point play early in the second half, but WVU used an 8-0 run over a three-minute stretch to take a 50-47 lead on Jordan McCabe’s 3 with 11:39 remaining. Another McCabe 3 put West Virginia ahead 53-49 and a Jermaine Haley baseline drive kept the margin at four with 9:23 remaining. WVU’s lead got to six when Maney was called for goal tending on Logan Routt’s baseline shot attempt. But a Kristian Doolittle three-point play with 4:29 left pulled the Sooners to within one, 64-63, where it remained with 2:10 to go when Doolittle made two more free throws. After Lamont West missed a deep 3-point attempt with the shot clock winding down, freshman guard Brandon Knapper came up with the biggest defensive play of the game when knocked the ball away from Jamal Bienemy. That led to Derek Culver’s stick-back basket with 1:02 left to put WVU ahead 72-69. Twice, Oklahoma had good looks to score and both times its shot attempts didn’t go down. Doolittle came up short on an open jumper behind the foul line with 46 seconds to go and Bienemy missed a difficult 3-point try from the wing with 12 seconds remaining. Haley grabbed Bienemy’s miss and was fouled with seven seconds to go. He missed the front end of the one-and-one, opening the door for James to tie it with a 3 at the end. West led the Mountaineers with 15 points while Haley added 14 and McCabe, after going scoreless in the first half, finished with 12.

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The meaningful basketball games will continue for West Virginia. The 10th-seeded Mountaineers pulled off a stunning 79-74 upset victory over regular-season co-champion Texas Tech at the Sprint Center in the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship quarterfinals. West Virginia beat Texas Tech by playing Bob Huggins style basketball, which means out-toughing the guys in the other jerseys. It was freshman forward Emmitt Matthews Jr., whose 3.9-points-per-game scoring average probably registered just a passing mention on the Texas Tech scouting report. He roasted the Red Raiders to the tune of 28 points, none more emphatic than the two he scored on a thunderous breakaway dunk right in Tariq Owens’ face with 35 seconds left in the first half. That put an immediate end to Texas Tech’s 11-0 run that got it back into the game. The Red Raiders were playing catchup the entire night after getting down by 17 points with 9:28 to go in the first half. Red Raider coach Chis Beard burned all but one of his timeouts in the first half seeking ways to try and get his team going. Moments before Matthews’ Sports Center-quality dunk, Tech had reduced West Virginia’s lead to four, 33-29, on two Owens free throws. After taking a 38-29 lead into the locker room at halftime, WVU rebuilt its lead to 14, 50-36, on McCabe’s foul line jumper with 14:48 to go. It remained at 14 on five straight points from Chase Harler and got to 15 on Matthews’ corner 3 with 8:36 to go before Texas Tech began chipping away. A Matt Mooney 3 got it to nine with 7:34 remaining, and then Big 12 Player of the Year Jarrett Culver took over. A Culver steal led to a Brandone Francis basket to reduce Tech’s deficit to seven with 4:40 to go. A Culver dunk with 3:06 left made it a onepossession game and his layup a minute later gave the Red Raiders a 69-68 lead. Derek Culver put West Virginia back in the lead with two free throws with 1:37 remaining and then he was able to retrieve Culver’s missed jumper. Culver couldn’t get his shot to go down at the other end, but Lamont West grabbed the offensive rebound and was fouled by Francis with 1:04 left. West’s offensive rebound was one of 19 offensive rebounds WVU secured against the No. 7 rated college basketball team in the country. He hit both free throws to put West Virginia ahead 72-69. In addition to Matthews’ 28 points, he also grabbed eight rebounds and made a couple of steals. McCabe finished with 13, including a pair of 3s, while Haley added 11 and West finished with 10. Derek Culver pulled down a team-high 13 rebounds.

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GAME #35 WEST VIRGINIA 77, GRAND CANYON 63

GAME #36 COASTAL CAROLINA 109, WEST VIRGINIA 91

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March 15, 2019 • Sprint Center Kansas City, Mo. • Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship

West Virginia’s surprising run in the Big 12 Championship ended in the semifinals when thirdseeded Kansas ousted the 10th-seeded Mountaineers, 88-74, at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. Dedric Lawson scored 24 points on 9-of-13 shooting and grabbed eight rebounds to get the Jayhawks back into the championship game. West Virginia (14-20) was leading 32-25 until Kansas freshman guard Quentin Grimes caught fire from 3-point distance. The Woodlands, Texas, resident went 5-for-5 from behind the arc to key a 23-8 Jayhawk run over the remaining 5:34 to give them a 48-40 halftime lead. “Grimes got hot at the end of the half,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. “We had our hands down and he just jumped up and shot them in. He was the biggest reason and maybe the only reason for their run. He was very good.” Another 14-2 Kansas spurt early in the second half extended the margin to 18 before it swelled to 23 on Charlie Moore’s layup with 8:14 to go. A 10-point WVU flurry made it a 13-point game with 6:05 left, but Kansas answered with six straight points to push the lead back to 19. In addition to Lawson’s 24, Grimes scored 18 before leaving the game with a leg cramps, according to Self. Devon Dotson added 13 and Marcus Garrett contributed 11 as Kansas shot a sizzling 52.4 percent from the floor, including 40 percent on 8-of-20 from 3-point range. The Mountaineers got 16 points from junior forward Lamont West and a 14-point, 11-rebound, double-double from freshman forward Derek Culver, his 10th double-double of the season. Freshman guard Brandon Knapper came off the bench to score 10. Emmitt Matthews Jr., who scored a career-high 28 points in the win over seventh-ranked Texas Tech, was held to just 5 on 2-of-10 shooting. Guards Jordan McCabe and Jermaine Haley also saw their seven game double-digit scoring streaks end. McCabe finished with 7 on 3-of-7 shooting while Haley had 4 on 2-of-5 shooting. The Mountaineers, who dominated the glass in their first two tournament wins over Oklahoma and Texas Tech, were out-rebounded by the much fresher Jayhawks 43-33. WVU was the first No. 10 seed to reach the Big 12 Tournament semifinals since the conference was reduced to 10 teams.

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• Kansas has defeated West Virginia all three times the two teams have met in the Big 12 Tournament, the prior two times coming in the championship game. The Jayhawks are now 12-5 against WVU.

March 20, 2019 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va. • Roman College Basketball Invitational

it was Chase Harler’s all-around play in the second half that helped West Virginia to a 77-63 victory over Grand Canyon in an opening-round Roman College Basketball Invitational Tournament (CBI) game at the WVU Coliseum. It was Harler’s big 3 with 8:52 remaining to begin a 22-2 Mountaineer run to blow open a tight game. At the time, the two teams were knotted at 51. Following his 3, Harler grabbed Damari Milstead’s missed 3 and was fouled by Trey Dreschel, leading to two free throws and a five-point lead. Then, moments later, the junior guard found Haley for a layup to put West Virginia up by seven. Harler then hit a cutting Haley for another basket to push the Mountaineers’ lead to nine with seven minutes to go. Grand Canyon, which made six 3s in the first half, converted just one field goal over a six-minute stretch in the second half as West Virginia expanded its lead to as many as 18 points with 4:13 left on Harler’s second 3 of the game. The Moundsville resident also keyed the Mountaineers’ late first-half flurry with a hustling steal that led to Haley’s dunk just ahead of the horn to give WVU a 36-32 halftime lead. “Defensively, that’s what turned it around,” Huggins said. “We got up the line, made two steals and that’s what got us the four-point lead at halftime.” Harler finished the game with 10 points on 3-of-6 shooting while adding four assists, two rebounds and a steal. Haley made 11-of-18 from the floor for his gamehigh 24 points. Lamont West and freshman Emmitt Matthews Jr. chipped in with 11 points each, while Derek Culver pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds. Culver struggled once again from the floor, hitting just 3-of-9, as did freshman guard Jordan McCabe, who ended tonight with just 5 points on 2-of-10 shooting. West Virginia (15-20) shot 40.8 percent for the game, but out-rebounded the Antelopes 49-36 to get off nine more shot attempts. WVU had a 32-22 advantage in paint scoring and a 12-4 edge in fast break points. “I thought we came out really flat,” Huggins said. “We just didn’t have any bounce in our step, I thought very out of character, and then we settled down.” Oscar Frayer led Grand Canyon with 13. Leading scorer Carlos Johnson was held to just 2 points before fouling out with 5:53 remaining.

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• West Virginia and Grand Canyon met for the first time on the court. • WVU improved to 3-0 all-time against teams from the Western Athletic Conference (WAC).

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March 25, 2019 • WVU Coliseum Morgantown, W.Va. • Roman College Basketball Invitational

DeVante Jones scored 32 points and Coastal Carolina shot a scorching 58.1 percent to defeat West Virginia 109-91 in a CBI quarterfinal game at the WVU Coliseum. “First and foremost, we need to give Coastal Carolina credit,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. “They shot it terrific. They shot it, they passed it and they drove it.” After leading West Virginia 50-36 at halftime, the Chanticleers scored baskets on their first 13 possessions of the second half before Huggins called a 30-second timeout with 12:10 remaining. Jones did most of the damage for Coastal Carolina in the first half with 20 points, but in the second half just about everyone got into the act. Six different players reached double figures, including 16 from Tommy Burton. Coastal Carolina’s leading scorer, 6-7 forward Zac Cutherbertson, finished with 15. He came into the game averaging 18.2 points per contest. The Chanticleers (17-16) hit 13-of-28 from 3 and got a staggering 52 points in the paint, 24 of those coming on second-chance points. Coastal also had a surprising 41-37 advantage on the glass. Logan Routt started the game in place of regular WVU starter Derek Culver, and sophomore Andrew Gordon was the first big to enter the game off the bench. Culver did not get into the game until the start of the second half and finished with 11 points and only two rebounds, nine below his season average. Freshman Emmitt Matthews Jr. and Lamont West led West Virginia with 21 points each. West made 8-of-18 from the floor while Matthews was 6-of-13 from the floor and 8-of-8 from the free throw line, ending his season by making 19 straight free throws. Junior guard Chase Harler came off the bench to score 15, Jermaine Haley added 12 and Jordan McCabe had 11. West Virginia shot 41.9 percent overall, including 31.3 percent from 3. WVU turned the ball over just 11 times.

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• The 109 points scored by the Chanticleers are the most ever allowed by a WVU team in the 49-year history of the WVU Coliseum. Coastal’s 43 field goals made were three shy of the 46 Illinois State made here on March 1, 1975 in the Redbirds’ 105-99 triumph. That was also the last time WVU surrendered more than 100 points here in a game that did not go into overtime. • The loss concludes Huggins’ 12th season at WVU with a 15-21 record, just the second losing campaign at his alma mater since taking over in 2007.


Record Book INDIVIDUAL RECORDS.................................................. 140 GAME LEADERS............................................................ 142 WHO HAS WORN #44.................................................. 143 TOP SCORERS................................................................ 144 CLASS RANKINGS.......................................................... 145 SEASON LEADERS......................................................... 146 CAREER LEADERS......................................................... 148 TEAM RECORDS............................................................ 150 OPPONENT RECORDS................................................... 151 GAME HIGHS................................................................ 152 TEAM SEASON HIGHS.................................................. 154 SITE RECORDS............................................................... 155 WVU COLISEUM RECORDS........................................... 156 YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS............................................. 157 YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS............................................. 158 ALL-TIME SCORES......................................................... 159 SERIES RECORDS........................................................... 181 OVERTIME GAMES....................................................... 182 DAY-BY-DAY................................................................. 183 TOURNAMENT RECORDS............................................. 184 SERIES RECORDS VS DIVISION I CONFERENCES......... 185 POSTSEASON APPEARANCES....................................... 186 PROFESSIONAL PLAYERS.............................................. 187 IN THE AP RANKINGS................................................... 188 VERSUS AP-RANKED TEAMS........................................ 189 ALL-TIME LETTERMEN.................................................. 190 ALL-TIME JERSEY NUMBERS........................................ 192 HONORS........................................................................ 194 ALL-AMERICANS........................................................... 196 COACHING RECORDS................................................... 200

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Game: 54 by Rod Hundley vs. Furman, 1-5-57 Half: 37 by Mark Workman vs. Virginia Military, 2-1-52 Season: 908 by Jerry West, 1960 Season Average: 29.4 by Wil Robinson, 1972 Career: 2,309 by Jerry West, 1958-60 Career Average: 24.8 by Jerry West, 1958-60 Freshman Season: 415 by Warren Baker, 1974 Sophomore Season: 711 by Rod Hundley, 1955 Junior Season: 903 by Jerry West, 1959 Senior Season: 908 by Jerry West, 1960

FIELD GOALS MADE

Game: 22 by Mark Workman vs. Salem, 1-27-51; by Rod Hundley vs. Furman, 1-5-57 Season: 340 by Jerry West, 1959 Career: 843 by Jerry West, 1958-60

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 48 by Rod Hundley vs. Furman, 1-5-57 Season: 814 by Rod Hundley, 1956 Career: 2,218 by Rod Hundley, 1955-57

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Game (min. 10 att.): 92.3% (12-13) by Chris Brooks vs. Marshall, 12-4-90 Season: 66.3% (222-335) by Chris Brooks, 1991 Career: 60.2% (690-1,147) by Chris Brooks, 1988-91

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

Game: 9 by Alex Ruoff vs. Radford, 12-23-2008 Season: 117 by Frank Young, 2007 Career: 261 by Alex Ruoff, 2006-09

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Game: 15 by Jonathan Hargett vs. James Madison, 12-5-2001 Season: 270 by Frank Young, 2007 Career: 695 by Alex Ruoff, 2006-09

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Game (min. 5 att.): 100% (7/7) by Lionel Armstead vs. Arkansas-Monticello, 12-1-2001; (7/7) by Da’Sean Butler vs. St. John’s, 2-6-2010 Season (min. 30 att.): 56.3% (18/32) by Vernon Odom, 1985 Career (min. 150 att.): 41.7% (200/480) by Chris Leonard, 1989-92

FREE THROWS MADE

Game: 18 by Rod Thorn vs. George Washington, 1-12-63 Consecutive: 37 by Eron Harris, 2013-14 Season: 258 by Jerry West, 1960 Career: 623 by Jerry West, 1958-60

TURNOVERS

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 28 by Bill Morrison, vs. Pitt, 1-15-20 Season: 337 by Jerry West, 1960 Career: 851 by Jerry West, 1958-60

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

Game: 100% (14-14) by Skip Kintz vs. Davidson, 2-4-69; (14-14) by Pervires Greene vs. Ohio State, 12-30-93 Season: 88.1% (89-101) by Jonathan Hargett, 2002 Career: 88.1% (89-101) by Jonathan Hargett, 2002

REBOUNDS

Game: 12 by Levi Phillips vs. Villanova, 2-7-74 Season: 119 by Tim Lyles, 2001; by Greg Jones, 1981 Career: 348 by Marsalis Basey, 1991-94 Freshman Season: 110 by Mike Boyd, 1991 Sophomore Season: 149 by Rod Hundley, 1955 Junior Season: 116 by Marsalis Basey, 1993 Senior Season: 106 by Marsalis Basey, 1994

PERSONAL FOULS

Season: 121 by Wellington Smith, 2010 Career: 391 by Darryl Prue, 1986-89

DISQUALIFICATIONS Season: 11 by Mark Workman, 1951 Career: 24 by Tom Lowry, 1962-64

MINUTES PLAYED

Game: 31 by Mack Isner vs. Virginia Tech, 2-1452; by Jerry West vs. George Washington, 2-6-60 Season: 510 by Jerry West, 1960 Season Average: 17.5 by Mark Workman, 1952 Career: 1,240 by Jerry West, 1958-60 Career Average: 13.4 by Lloyd Sharrar, 1956-58 Freshman Season: 279 by Warren Baker, 1974 Sophomore Season: 349 by Lloyd Sharrar, 1956 Junior Season: 443 by Lloyd Sharrar, 1957 Senior Season: 510 by Jerry West, 1960

Game: 55 by Mark Catlett, Curtis Price and Wil Robinson vs. Virginia Tech, 1-26-72 Season: 1,360 by Da’Sean Butler, 2010 Season Minutes Average: 39.6 by Warren Baker, 1974 Career: 4,491 by Da’Sean Butler, 2007-10 Career Minutes Average: 36.9 by Ron Williams, 1966-68 Freshman Season: 1,056 by Devin Ebanks, 2009 Sophomore Season: 1,254 by Kevin Jones, 2010 Junior Season: 1,251 by Darris Nichols, 2007 Senior Season: 1,360 by Da’Sean Butler, 2010

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GAMES PLAYED

Game: 15 by Mark Workman vs. Richmond, 2-1152 and vs. VMI, 2-1-52 Season: 141 by Kevin Jones, 2012 Career: 450 by Kevin Jones, 2009-12

Season: 38 by Da’Sean Butler, Kevin Jones, Wellington Smith, John Flowers, 2010 Career: 146 by Da’Sean Butler, 2007-10

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Game: 16 by Steve Berger vs. Pitt, 12-9-89 Season: 246 by Jevon Carter, 2018 Season Average: 7.04 by Ron Williams, 1967 Career: 574 by Steve Berger, 1987-90 Career Average: 6.00 by Ron Williams, 1966-68 Freshman Season: 175 by Mike Boyd, 1991 Sophomore Season: 191 by Alex Ruoff, 2007 Junior Season: 197 by Ron Williams, 1967 Senior Season: 246 by Jevon Carter, 2018

STEALS

Game: 11 by Drew Schifino vs. Arkansas-Monticello, 12-1-01 Season: 112 by Jevon Carter, 2018 Season Average: 3.03 by Damian Owens, 1998; by Jevon Carter, 2018 Career: 330 by Jevon Carter, 2018 Career Average: 2.29 by Jevon Carter, 2015-18 Freshman Season: 67 by Jevon Carter, 2015 Sophomore Season: 72 by Greg Jones, 1981; by Alex Ruoff, 2007 Junior Season: 92 by Jevon Carter, 2017 Senior Season: 112 by Jevon Carter, 2018

BLOCKED SHOTS

Game: 9 by D’or Fischer vs. Rhode Island, 3-1904; by Sagaba Konate vs. Baylor, 2-20-2018 Season: 124 by D’or Fischer, 2004 Career: 191 by Sagaba Konate, 2017-19 Freshman Season: 53 by Sagaba Konate, 2017 Sophomore Season: 116 by Sagaba Konate, 2018 Junior Season: 124 by D’or Fischer, 2004 Senior Season: 74 by John Flowers, 2011

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Season: 38 by Da’Sean Butler, Kevin Jones, Wellington Smith, 2010 Career: 128 by Johannes Herber, 2003-06

TRIPLE DOUBLES

Game: 28 points, 13 rebounds, 11 assists by Rod Thorn vs. St. Bonaventure, 12-28-62; 21 points, 10 rebounds, 13 assists by Levi Phillips vs. Virginia Tech, 2-16-74; 19 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists by Jim Sottile vs. New York University, 1-3-52; 18 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists by Jerome Anderson vs. Boston University, 1-4-75

DOUBLE DOUBLES

Season: 30 by Jerry West, 1960 Career: 70 by Jerry West, 1958-60

10 POINT GAMES

Season: 34 by Jerry West, 1959 Career: 108 by Da’Sean Butler, 2007-10

20 POINT GAMES

Season: 27 by Jerry West, 1959, 1960 Career: 64 by Jerry West, 1958-60

30 POINT GAMES

Season: 15 by Jerry West, 1960 Career: 29 by Jerry West, 1958-60


RON WILLIAMS

20-POINT GAMES 64 62 51 48 46 37 37 33 28 28 26 26 26 24 23 23 23 22 20 20 20 19 19 19 18 18 17 17 17 17 17 16 16 16

Jerry West Rod Hundley Wil Robinson Rod Thorn Ron Williams Lowes Moore Mark Workman Greg Jones Kevin Pittsnogle Tony Robertson Warren Baker Da’Sean Butler Pervires Greene Jevon Carter Carl Head Kevin Jones Fred Schaus Damian Owens Stan Boskovich Chris Leonard Lester Rowe Seldon Jefferson Drew Schifino Maurice Robinson Juwan Staten Eddie Becker Chris Brooks Darryl Bryant Dave Reaser Tracy Shelton Lloyd Sharrar Dale Blaney Chris Moss Lee Patrone

15 Alex Ruoff 15 Calvin Bowman 15 Ricky Robinson 14 Joe Alexander 14 Mike Gansey 14 Marsalis Basey 14 Jim McCormick 14 Bob Hummell 13 Daxter Miles Jr. 13 Marcus Goree 13 James Sottile 12 Eron Harris 12 Darryl Prue 11 Cyrus Jones 11 Lamont West 10 Lionel Armstead, Leland Byrd, Mike Heitz, Tom Lowry, Levi Phillips, Buddy Quertinmont, Bob Smith, Joe Walthall, Jerome Anderson, Pete White 9 Eartha Faust, Homer Martin, Elton Scott, Bob Camp 8 Devin Williams, Mack Isner, Paul Witting, Steve Berger, Clayce Kishbaugh, Larry Woods, Mike Boyd, Herbie Brooks, Bill Maphis, Gordon Malone, Tyrone Sally, Russel Todd, Frank Young 7 Casey Mitchell, Eddie Beach, Russell Chapman, Ralph Holmes, Skip Kintz, John Lesher 6 Jaysean Paige, Charles Becton, Holman Harley, Greg Nance, Sam Oglesby

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5 Esa Ahmad, Terry Henderson, John Gocke, Larry Harris, Bob Huggins, Dick Kesling, Tim Lyles, Dana Perno, Adrian Pledger, Zain Shaw, Harry Moore, Wayne Yearwood 4 James Bolden, Deniz Kilicli, Rudy Baric, Bob Carroll, Devin Ebanks, Paul Miller, Jonathan Hargett, Bill Ryczaj, Tyrone Shaw, Joedy Gardner, Edward Sterling 3 Jermaine Haley, Teddy Allen, Tarik Phillip, Darris Nichols, Carey Bailey, Bucky Bolyard, Renardo Brown, Marshall Glenn, Scotty Hamilton, Jarett Kearse, Junius Lewis, Harry Lothes, Greg Ludwig, Greg Jones, Greg Simpson, Shelby Taylor, Truehart Taylor, Dave Werthman 2 Emmitt Matthews Jr., Derek Culver, Sagaba Konate, Nathan Adrian, Johannes Herber, D’or Fischer, Willie Akers, Homer Brooks, Larry Carr, John Cavacini, Albert Colebank, Joe Fryz, Earnest Hall, Joseph Stydahar, Pierre Hill, Mike King, Jack Latterner, Tom Leverte, Scott MacDonald, Vernon Odom, Ricky Ray, Jim Warren, Jarrod West, Mike Wolfe, William Zirkel 1 50 players have one 20-point game


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LEADERS SINGLE GAME SCORING

Player Points Opponent Date Rod Hundley 54 Furman 1-5-57 Mark Workman 50 Salem 1-27-51 Mark Workman 48 Washington & Jefferson 2-21-51 Rod Hundley 47 Wake Forest 12-28-54 Mark Workman 46 VMI 2-1-52 Wil Robinson 45 Furman 2-21-72 Wil Robinson 45 Penn State 2-24-71 Rod Thorn 44 St. Joseph’s 3-15-63 Jerry West 44 Tennessee 12-29-58 Mark Workman 44 George Washington 12-20-50

SINGLE GAME FIELD GOALS MADE

Player FGM Opponent Date Rod Hundley 22 Furman 1-5-57 Mark Workman 22 Salem 1-27-51 Mark Workman 20 Washington & Jefferson 2-21-51 Wil Robinson 18 Furman 2-21-72 Rod Hundley 18 George Washington 12-13-55 Wil Robinson 17 Virginia Tech 1-26-72 Wil Robinson 17 Penn State 2-24-71 David Reaser 17 Richmond 2-17-67 David Reaser 17 Minnesota 12-29-66 Rod Thorn 17 Furman 2-24-62 Jerry West 17 Tennessee 12-29-58 Rod Hundley 17 Furman 3-2-56 Rod Hundley 17 Wake Forest 12-28-54 Mark Workman 17 Niagara 1-5-52 Mark Workman 17 West Virginia Wesleyan 12-2-50

SINGLE GAME FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Player FGA Opponent Date Rod Hundley 48 Furman 1-5-57 Rod Hundley 42 George Washington 2-19-55 Mark Workman 40 Washington & Jefferson 2-21-51 Wil Robinson 37 Furman 2-21-72 Rod Hundley 37 Richmond 2-4-56 Rod Hundley 37 Pitt 1-29-55 Wil Robinson 36 Colgate 12-1-70 Rod Hundley 35 Washington & Lee 12-8-56 Rod Hundley 35 Pitt 2-25-56 Wil Robinson 34 Manhattan 2-26-72 Wil Robinson 34 Lafayette 1-18-72 Wil Robinson 34 Penn State 2-24-71 Rod Hundley 34 Furman 3-2-56 Eddie Becker 34 Maryland 12-14-53 Mark Workman 34 VMI 2-1-52

SINGLE GAME FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 10 ATT.)

Player FGM/FGA Pct. Chris Brooks 12/13 .923 Michael King 11/12 .917 Mike Heitz 11/12 .917 Gordon Malone 10/11 .909 Chris Brooks 10/11 .909 Russel Todd 10/11 .909 Carl Head 10/11 .909 Kevin Jones 9/10 .900 Chris Moss 9/10 .900 Calvin Bowman 9/10 .900 Marsalis Basey 9/10 .900 Tyrone Shaw 9/10 .900 Darryl Prue 9/10 .900 Wayne Yearwood 9/10 .900 Jerry West 9/10 .900

Opponent Date Marshall 12-4-90 St. Bonaventure 2-16-84 William & Mary 2-16-72 Bowling Green 3-12-97 Massachusetts 2-6-91 Marshall 12-4-82 Pitt 2-6-67 Cleveland State 12-19-2009 UNC Asheville 11-16-2001 Morris Brown 11-18-2000 Mount St. Mary’s 12-28-93 Duquesne 1-9-88 St. Bonaventure 2-5-87 Rhode Island 2-22-86 Davidson 2-26-59

SINGLE GAME FREE THROWS MADE SINGLE GAME 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

Player 3-FGM Opponent Date Alex Ruoff 9 Radford 12-23-2008 Frank Young 8 Villanova 1-3-2007 Mike Gansey 8 Marquette 1-14-2006 Chris Leonard 8 Marshall 1-22-92 Lamont West 7 Saint Joseph’s 11-18-2018 Jevon Carter 7 Baylor 2-28-2015 Eron Harris 7 Wisconsin 11-27-2013 Casey Mitchell 7 Syracuse 2-14-2011 Da’Sean Butler 7 St. John’s 2-6-2010 Alex Ruoff 7 Delaware State 11-25-2008 Alex Ruoff 7 Syracuse 1-13-2008 Darris Nichols 7 Radford 12-19-2007 Mike Gansey 7 LSU 11-26-2005 Lionel Armstead 7 Arkansas-Monticello 12-1-2001 Jonathan Hargett 7 New Mexico 11-24-2001 Chris Leonard 7 St. Joseph’s 2-29-92

SINGLE GAME 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Player 3-FGA Opponent Jonathan Hargett 15 James Madison Alex Ruoff 14 Radford Lionel Armstead 14 Notre Dame Marsalis Basey 14 Rutgers Jevon Carter 13 Baylor Eron Harris 13 Oklahoma Da’Sean Butler 13 Villanova Frank Young 13 Villanova Jonathan Hargett 13 Syracuse Jonathan Hargett 13 New Mexico Jonathan Hargett 13 UNC Asheville Seldon Jefferson 13 Syracuse Cyrus Jones 13 Temple

Date 12-5-2001 12-23-2008 2-2-2000 2-12-94 2-28-2015 2-5-2014 2-13-2009 1-3-2007 1-12-2002 11-24-2001 11-16-2001 2-15-97 3-5-95

SINGLE GAME 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 6 ATT.)

Player 3-FGM/3-FGA Pct. Da’Sean Butler 7/7 100.0 Lionel Armstead 7/7 100.0 Eron Harris 6/7 .857 Alex Ruoff 6/7 .857 Frank Young 6/7 .857 Lionel Armstead 6/7 .857 Jordan McCabe 5/6 .833 Daxter Miles Jr. 5/6 .833 James Bolden 5/6 .833 Daxter Miles Jr. 5/6 .833 Terry Henderson 5/6 .833 Wellington Smith 5/6 .833 Frank Young 5/6 .833 Alex Ruoff 5/6 .833 Mike Gansey 5/6 .833 Mike Gansey 5/6 .833 Kevin Pittsnogle 5/6 .833 Patrick Beilein 5/6 .833 Lionel Armstead 5/6 .833 Cyrus Jones 5/6 .833 Chris Leonard 5/6 .833

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Player FTM Opponent Date Juwan Staten 18 Kansas State 2-1-2014 Rod Thorn 18 George Washington 1-12-63 Tyrone Shaw 17 UAB 2-3-87 Mark Workman 17 Bethany 1-26-52 Lowes Moore 16 Notre Dame 1-25-78 Stan Boskovich 16 Davidson 2-1-75 Wil Robinson 16 Virginia 2-9-72 Jerry West 16 George Washington 1-26-59 Pierre Hill 16 Washington & Jefferson 3-4-22 Pierre Hill 16 Grove City 1-14-22

SINGLE GAME FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Player Bill Morrison Pierre Hill Pierre Hill Pierre Hill Pierre Hill Pierre Hill Derek Culver Rod Thorn Pierre Hill Pierre Hill Homer Martin

FTA Opponent Date 28 Pitt 1-15-20 27 Carnegie Tech 2-22-22 25 Washington & Jefferson 3-4-22 25 Grove City 2-25-22 25 Pitt 1-20-22 25 Grove City 1-14-22 24 Texas Tech 2-4-2019 23 George Washington 1-12-63 22 Washington & Jefferson 3-10-23 22 Allegheny 1-13-23 22 Pitt 3-1-19

SINGLE GAME FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 12 ATT.)

Player FTM/FTA Pct. Pervires Greene 14/14 1.000 Skip Kintz 14/14 1.000 Calvin Bowman 13/13 1.000 Lowes Moore 13/13 1.000 Darryl Bryant 12/12 1.000 Pervires Greene 12/12 1.000 Pervires Greene 12/12 1.000 Stan Boskovich 12/12 1.000 Lowes Moore 16/17 .941 Stan Boskovich 16/17 .941

Opponent Ohio State Davidson Connecticut Duquesne USF Maryland Rhode Island Duquesne Notre Dame Davidson

Date 12-30-93 2-4-69 2-26-2000 1-18-78 3-3-2012 12-7-91 1-21-91 1-21-75 1-25-78 2-1-75

SINGLE GAME REBOUNDS

Player Rebounds Opponent Date Jerry West 31 George Washington 2-6-60 Mack Isner 31 Virginia Tech 2-14-52 Mark Workman 30 Richmond 2-11-52 Pete White 27 Pitt 1-29-55 Mark Workman 27 VMI 2-1-52 Mack Isner 27 Duke 12-22-51 Lloyd Sharrar 26 William & Mary 1-9-56 Rod Hundley 26 VMI 1-9-56 Lloyd Sharrar 26 Furman 1-5-57

SINGLE GAME OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

Player Rebounds Opponent Date Mark Workman 15 Richmond 2-11-52 Mark Workman 15 VMI 2-1-52 Paul Witting 14 Richmond 2-17-53 Mack Isner 14 Clemson 2-23-52 Mack Isner 14 Duke 12-22-51 Mack Isner 13 VMI 2-7-53 Devin Williams 12 Monmouth 11-14-2014 Kevin Jones 11 Louisville 3-5-2011 Kevin Jones 10 Alcorn State 3-17-2011 Marcus Goree 10 Pitt 2-3-98 Ricky Robinson 10 UNC Greensboro 1-20-93 Ricky Robinson 10 Duquesne 1-11-92 Darryl Prue 10 George Washington 1-14-87 Willie Bergines 10 Penn State 1-14-53 Mack Isner 10 Washington & Lee 12-6-52 Jim Sottile 10 Washington & Lee 12-6-52 Mark Workman 10 North Carolina 2-6-52


SINGLE GAME ASSISTS Player Assists Opponent Steve Berger 16 Pitt Ron Williams 15 Davidson Levi Phillips 13 Virginia Tech Ricky Ray 13 Syracuse Jevon Carter 12 Fordham Juwan Staten 12 TCU Tim Lyles 12 Syracuse Bob Hummell 12 Richmond A WVU player had 11 assists 26 times.

Date 12-9-89 3-4-67 2-16-74 2-17-64 12-23-2017 1-24-2015 1-13-2001 12-6-69

SINGLE GAME STEALS

Player Steals Opponent Date Drew Schifino 11 Arkansas-Monticello 12-1-2001 Jevon Carter 9 American 11-15-2017 Mike Boyd 9 UNC Charlotte 12-21-90 Darryl Prue 9 George Mason 11-29-86 Ralph Holmes 9 South Carolina 12-22-52 Elton Scott 8 Villanova 1-23-99 Damian Owens 8 Georgia 12-20-97 Ralph Holmes 8 Maryland 12-13-52 Harry Moore 8 Washington & Lee 2-15-52

SINGLE GAME BLOCKED SHOTS Player Blocks Opponent Sagaba Konate 9 American D’or Fischer 9 Rhode Island D’or Fischer 8 Boston College D’or Fischer 8 James Madison Sagaba Konate 7 Kentucky Sagaba Konate 7 Baylor John Flowers 7 Oakland Joe Alexander 7 Prairie View A&M D’or Fischer 7 St. Bonaventure D’or Fischer 7 IUPUI Marcus Goree 7 Bowling Green Marcus Goree 7 Robert Morris

Date 11-15-2017 3-19-2004 1-24-2004 11-24-2003 1-27-2018 1-9-2018 11-12-2010 11-18-2007 12-7-2004 12-17-2003 12-18-99 11-27-99

SINGLE GAME TURNOVERS Player Turnovers Opponent Levi Phillips 12 Villanova Bob Hummell 11 New Mexico Mike Boyd 10 Kentucky Mike Boyd 10 UNC Charlotte Bob Huggins 10 Villanova Levi Phillips 10 Washington Ron Williams 10 Davidson

Date 2-2-74 12-30-69 11-20-91 12-21-90 3-4-77 12-27-73 3-4-67

SINGLE GAME MINUTES PLAYED Player Minutes Opponent Mark Catlett 55 Virginia Tech Wil Robinson 55 Virginia Tech Curtis Price 55 Virginia Tech Russel Todd 54 Virginia Tech Greg Jones 54 Virginia Tech Devin Ebanks 53 Pitt Ricky Robinson 53 Rhode Island Jermaine Haley 52 TCU Chase Harler 51 TCU Kevin Jones 51 Pitt Marsalis Basey 51 Rhode Island Darryl Bryant 50 Kansas State Darris Nichols 50 Louisville Pervires Greene 50 Rhode Island Greg Jones 50 Ohio State Warren Baker 50 Manhattan Jerome Anderson 50 Davidson Warren Baker 50 Davidson Ron Williams 50 Davidson

Date 1-26-72 1-26-72 1-26-72 2-2-83 2-2-83 2-12-2010 2-24-94 2-26-2019 2-26-2019 2-12-2010 2-24-94 12-8-2011 3-8-2007 2-24-94 12-30-80 2-27-74 2-3-73 2-3-73 1-7-67

JERRY WEST In the annals of West Virginia basketball, the uniform number that stands head-and-shoulders above all others is 44. In just seven seasons of action, that number produced five All-America awards, two Pro Hall of Fame inductions, three WVU Sports Hall of Fame members and these numbers: 4,096 points, 2,152 rebounds and 565 assists. The first player to wear 44 was Joe Stydahar in 1936. Known better for his exploits on the gridiron, Stydahar held his own on the basketball court, scoring 608 points in four seasons. He wore 44 during his final season of basketball, in which he only played three games. Stydahar was a football third-team All-American in 1935, and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1967 and the WVU Sports Hall of Fame in 1991. The next player to wear 44 was and still is the most famous Mountaineer to ever don the Gold and Blue -- Jerry West. In three seasons from 1958-60 (freshmen were not allowed to play varsity ball), West put up numbers that have stood as Mountaineer records for more than 35 years. His 2,309 career points and 1,240 career rebounds are school records that may stand eternally. Since West’s career ended in 1960, no one has come closer than 450 points and 170 rebounds to his respective marks. In all, West holds 17 school records. He was an unanimous All-American in both 1959 and 1960 and was inducted into the Pro Basketball Hall of Fame in 1979 and the WVU Hall of Fame in 1991.

ROD THORN The third and final Mountaineer to wear 44 was Rod Thorn, among the best players in West Virginia history. Taking the reins from West, Thorn continued what is referred to as the “Golden Era” of Mountaineer basketball. From 1961-63, Thorn scored 1,785 points (No. 5 all-time), grabbed 912 rebounds (No. 7 all-time) and dished out 304 assists (No. 11 all-time). Thorn was an All-American in 1962 and 1963 and was inducted into the WVU Sports Hall of Fame in 1992.

WHO’S WORN 44? Years Player G Ast Avg Reb Avg Pts Avg 1936 Joe Stydahar 3 -- -- -- -- 2 0.7 1958-60 Jerry West 93 261 2.8 1,240 13.3 2,309 24.8 1961-63 Rod Thorn 82 304 3.7 912 11.1 1,785 21.8 Totals 178 565 3.2 2,152 12.1 4,096 23.0


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SCORERS TOP SINGLE GAME SCORERS • 54 by Rod Hundley vs. Furman, 1957 • 50 by Mark Workman vs. Salem, 1951 • 48 by Mark Workman vs. Washington & Jefferson, 1951 • 47 by Rod Hundley vs. Wake Forest, 1955 • 46 by Mark Workman vs. Virginia Military, 1952 • 45 by Wil Robinson vs. Penn State, 1971 • 45 by Wil Robinson vs. Furman, 1972 • 44 by Mark Workman vs. George Washington, 1951 • 44 by Jerry West vs. Tennessee, 1959 • 44 by Rod Thorn vs. St. Joseph’s, 1963

TOP HOME SCORERS

• 54 by Rod Hundley vs. Furman, 1957 • 50 by Mark Workman vs. Salem, 1951 • 48 by Mark Workman vs. Washington & Jefferson, 1951 • 46 by Mark Workman vs. Virginia Military, 1952 • 45 by Wil Robinson vs. Penn State, 1971 • 44 by Mark Workman vs. George Washington, 1951 • 43 by Da’Sean Butler vs. Villanova, 2009 • 42 by Wil Robinson vs. Pitt, 1972 • 41 by Wil Robinson vs. Virginia Tech, 1972 • 41 by Wil Robinson vs. Manhattan, 1972 • 40 by Rod Hundley vs. Pitt, 1956 • 40 by Stan Boskovich vs. Davidson, 1975

1,000-POINT SCORERS

TOP AWAY SCORERS

• 47 by Rod Hundley vs. Wake Forest, 1955 • 45 by Wil Robinson vs. Furman, 1972 • 44 by Jerry West vs. Tennessee, 1959 • 44 by Rod Thorn vs. St. Joseph’s, 1963 • 42 by Rod Hundley vs. Furman, 1956 • 42 by Jerry West vs. William & Mary, 1960 • 42 by Dave Reaser vs. Richmond, 1967 • 41 by Dave Reaser vs. Minnesota, 1966 • 40 by Rod Hundley vs. George Washington, 1956 • 40 by Jerry West vs. Virginia, 1960 • 40 by Jerry West vs. George Washington, 1960 • 40 by Wil Robinson vs. Virginia, 1972 • 40 by Lowes Moore vs. Notre Dame, 1978

TOP COLISEUM SCORERS

• 45 by Wil Robinson vs. Penn State, 1971 • 43 by Da’Sean Butler vs. Villanova, 2009 • 42 by Wil Robinson vs. Pitt, 1972 • 41 by Wil Robinson vs. Virginia Tech, 1972 • 41 by Wil Robinson vs. Manhattan, 1972 • 40 by Stan Boskovich vs. Davidson, 1975 • 39 by Wil Robinson vs. Colgate, 1971 • 39 by Wil Robinson vs. Notre Dame, 1972 • 38 by Alex Ruoff vs. Radford, 2008 • 38 by Greg Jones vs. Virginia Tech, 1983 • 37 by Wil Robinson vs. Navy, 1972 • 37 by Lowes Moore vs. Duquesne, 1978 • 37 by Chris Brooks vs. Massachusetts, 1991

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Jerry West (1958-60)......................... 2,309 Rod Hundley (1955-57).................... 2,180 Da’Sean Butler (2007-10)................. 2,095 Wil Robinson (1970-72).................... 1,850 Kevin Jones (2009-12)...................... 1,822 Greg Jones (1980-83)........................ 1,797 Rod Thorn (1961-63)........................ 1,785 Jevon Carter (2015-18)..................... 1,758 Kevin Pittsnogle (2003-06)............... 1,708 Lowes Moore (1976-80)................... 1,696 Ron Williams (1966-68).................... 1,687 Chris Brooks (1988-91)..................... 1,661 Pervires Greene (1991-94)................ 1,655 Damian Owens (1995-98)................. 1,616 Darryl Bryant (2009-12).................... 1,590 Warren Baker (1973-76)................... 1,556 Mark Workman (1950-52)................ 1,553 Lester Rowe (1982-85)...................... 1,524 Dale Blaney (1982-86)...................... 1,520 Darryl Prue (1986-89)....................... 1,426 Alex Ruoff (2006-09)........................ 1,420 Ricky Robinson (1991-94)................. 1,373 Russel Todd (1980-83)...................... 1,350 Tracy Shelton (1989-93).................... 1,316 Daxter Miles Jr. (2015-18)................ 1,311 Maurice Robinson (1975-78)............ 1,307 Steve Berger (1987-90)..................... 1,262 Juwan Staten (2013-15)................... 1,260 Chris Leonard (1989-92)................... 1,235 Marcus Goree (1997-00)................... 1,183 Marsalis Basey (1991-94).................. 1,168 Seldon Jefferson (1995-97).............. 1,168 Chris Moss (1999-02)........................ 1,167 Jim McCormick (1961-63)................. 1,156 Mike Boyd (1991-94)........................ 1,136 Devin Williams (2014-16)................. 1,134 Eddie Becker (1952-54).................... 1,127 Bob Smith (1957-59)......................... 1,127 Bob Hummell (1968-70)................... 1,117 Herbie Brooks (1986-89).................. 1,105 Tom Lowry (1962-64)........................ 1,104 Lloyd Sharrar (1956-58).................... 1,101 Tyrone Sally (2002-05)...................... 1,092 Lionel Armstead (1999-02)............... 1,083 Dave Reaser (1966-68)...................... 1,071 Johannes Herber (2003-06).............. 1,069 Drew Schifino (2002-04)................... 1,048 Esa Ahmad (2016-19)....................... 1,039 Lee Patrone (1959-61)...................... 1,028 Tony Robertson (1976-77)................ 1,026 Fred Schaus (1947-49)...................... 1,009 Patrick Beilein (2003-06).................. 1,001 Leland Byrd (1944-48)...................... 1,000


CLASS

RANKINGS

JUNIOR SCORING (SINCE 1904) Name Jerry West Rod Hundley Mark Workman Rod Thorn Wil Robinson

FRESHMAN SCORING (SINCE 1973) Name Warren Baker Chris Brooks Mike Boyd Devin Ebanks Da’Sean Butler

JUNIOR REBOUNDING (SINCE 1952)

Season Games Points Avg. 1974 25 415 16.6 1988 32 403 12.6 1991 30 373 12.4 2009 35 367 10.5 2007 36 362 10.1

Name Lloyd Sharrar Jerry West Rod Hundley Rod Thorn Devin Williams

FRESHMAN REBOUNDING (SINCE 1973) Name Warren Baker Devin Ebanks Derek Culver Devin Williams Damian Owens

Name Ron Williams Juwan Staten Steve Berger Darris Nichols Marsalis Basey

Season Games Assists Avg. 1967 28 197 7.0 2014 33 193 5.8 1989 31 193 6.2 2007 36 165 4.6 1993 29 158 4.0

JUNIOR STEALS (SINCE 1978)

Season Games Assists Avg. 1991 30 175 5.8 2002 26 120 4.6 2003 29 111 3.8 2012 33 108 3.3 2000 25 105 4.2

Name Jevon Carter Steve Berger Darryl Prue Damian Owens Greg Jones

FRESHMAN STEALS (SINCE 1978) Name Jevon Carter Mike Boyd Drew Schifino Jonathan Hargett Jabarie Hinds Da’Sean Butler Steve Berger

Season Games Rebounds Avg. 1957 30 443 14.8 1959 34 419 12.3 1956 30 392 13.1 1962 29 351 12.1 2016 35 332 9.5

JUNIOR ASSISTS (SINCE 1952)

Season Games Rebounds Avg. 1974 25 279 11.2 2009 35 273 7.8 2019 26 258 9.9 2014 33 238 7.2 1995 26 195 7.5

FRESHMAN ASSISTS (SINCE 1973) Name Mike Boyd Jonathan Hargett Johannes Herber Jabarie Hinds Tim Lyles

Season Games Points Avg. 1959 34 903 26.6 1956 30 798 26.6 1951 27 705 26.1 1962 29 688 23.7 1971 25 624 25.0

Season Games Steals Avg. 2017 37 92 2.5 1989 31 68 2.2 1988 32 67 2.1 1997 31 65 2.1 1982 31 58 1.9

SENIOR SCORING (SINCE 1904)

Season Games Steals Avg. 2015 35 67 1.9 1991 30 63 2.1 2002 28 57 2.0 2002 26 48 1.8 2012 33 46 1.4 2007 36 46 1.3 1987 31 46 1.5

Name Jerry West Wil Robinson Greg Jones Rod Hundley Kevin Jones

Season Games Points Avg. 1960 31 908 29.3 1972 24 706 29.4 1983 31 691 22.3 1957 30 671 23.1 2012 33 657 19.9

SOPHOMORE SCORING (SINCE 1904)

SENIOR REBOUNDING (SINCE 1952)

SOPHOMORE REBOUNDING (SINCE 1952)

SENIOR ASSISTS (SINCE 1952)

SOPHOMORE ASSISTS (SINCE 1952)

SENIOR STEALS (SINCE 1978)

Name Rod Hundley Lowes Moore Drew Schifino Eron Harris Wil Robinson

Name Lloyd Sharrar Mack Isner Warren Baker Tom Lowry Jerry West

Name Alex Ruoff Ralph Holmes Tim Lyles Greg Jones Marsalis Basey

Name Jerry West Mark Workman Lloyd Sharrar Kevin Jones Bob Benfield

Season Games Points Avg. 1955 30 711 23.7 1978 28 597 21.3 2003 29 582 20.1 2014 33 568 17.2 1970 26 520 20.0

Name Jevon Carter Ron Williams Marsalis Basey Johannes Herber Juwan Staten Joe Mazzulla

Season Games Rebounds Avg. 1956 30 349 11.6 1952 27 336 12.4 1971 25 327 13.1 1962 30 321 10.7 1958 28 311 11.1

Season Games Assists Avg. 2007 36 191 5.3 1952 26 160 6.2 2001 29 158 5.4 1981 33 155 4.7 1992 26 137 5.3

Name Jevon Carter Damian Owens Greg Jones Elton Scott

Jarrod West

SOPHOMORE STEALS (SINCE 1978) Name Alex Ruoff Greg Jones Darryl Prue Jevon Carter Seldon Jefferson

Season Games Steals Avg. 2007 36 72 2.0 1981 33 72 2.2 1987 31 65 2.1 2016 35 59 1.7 1995 26 52 2.0

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Season Games Rebounds Avg. 1960 31 510 16.5 1952 25 437 17.5 1958 28 386 13.8 2012 33 360 10.9 1967 28 323 11.5

Season Games Assists Avg. 2018 37 246 6.6 1968 28 154 5.9 1994 29 147 5.1 2006 33 145 4.4 2015 30 139 4.6 2011 33 139 4.2

Season Games Steals Avg. 2018 37 112 3.0 1998 32 97 3.0 1983 31 90 2.9 1999 29 79 2.7

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Lloyd Sharrar Rod Hundley Rod Hundley Juwan Staten Mark Workman Homer Martin

SEASON SCORING AVERAGE Player Wil Robinson Jerry West Rod Hundley Jerry West Mark Workman Wil Robinson Rod Thorn Rod Hundley Rod Hundley Mark Workman

GP Average Year 24 29.4 1972 31 29.3 1960 30 26.60 1956 34 26.56 1959 27 26.1 1951 25 25.0 1971 29 23.72 1962 30 23.70 1955 29 23.1 1957 25 23.1 1952

SEASON SCORING Player Jerry West Jerry West Rod Hundley Rod Hundley Wil Robinson Mark Workman Greg Jones Rod Thorn Rod Hundley Kevin Jones

GP Points Year 31 908 1960 34 903 1959 30 798 1956 30 711 1955 24 706 1972 27 705 1951 31 691 1983 29 688 1962 29 671 1957 33 657 2012

SEASON FIELD GOALS MADE Player Jerry West Jerry West Rod Hundley Mark Workman Wil Robinson Kevin Jones Rod Hundley Rod Thorn Wil Robinson Rod Thorn

GP FGM Year 34 340 1959 31 325 1960 30 290 1956 27 273 1951 24 265 1972 33 260 2012 30 260 1955 29 259 1962 25 252 1971 29 241 1963

SEASON FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Player Rod Hundley Rod Hundley Jerry West Rod Hundley Jerry West Rod Thorn Wil Robinson Mark Workman Rod Thorn Wil Robinson

GP FGA Year 30 814 1956 30 756 1955 34 656 1959 29 648 1957 31 645 1960 29 586 1962 24 579 1972 27 558 1951 29 557 1963 25 542 1971

SEASON FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 100 ATT.) Player FGM/FGA Pct. Chris Brooks 222/335 .663 Rob Summers 69/109 .633 Darryl Prue 164/259 .633 Chris Brooks 160/261 .613 Ricky Robinson 172/287 .599 Mike Boyd 121/203 .596 Chris Brooks 164/283 .576 Mike Heitz 138/241 .573 Brent Solheim 79/138 .572 Brandon Watkins 64/112 .571

Year 1991 2007 1989 1989 1992 1993 1988 1972 1995 2017

SEASON 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Player Frank Young Chris Leonard Alex Ruoff Kevin Pittsnogle Eron Harris Alex Ruoff Marsalis Basey Jevon Carter Mike Gansey Jevon Carter Seldon Jefferson

GP 3-FGM Year 36 117 2007 32 101 1992 37 98 2008 33 91 2006 33 89 2014 33 88 2009 29 78 1994 37 77 2018 33 75 2006 37 72 2017 30 72 1997

GP 3-FGA Year 36 270 2007 37 239 2008 33 236 2009 33 230 2012 33 227 2006 32 220 1992 33 211 2014 26 208 2002 36 205 2007 38 198 2010

SEASON 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 30 ATT.) Player 3-FGM/FGA Pct. Vernon Odom 18/32 .563 Kevin Pittsnogle 49/103 .476 Chris Leonard 101/220 .459 Jamie Smalligan 31/68 .456 James Bolden 22/49 .449 Tracy Shelton 23/52 .442 Chris Leonard 41/94 .436 Greg Jones 40/92 .435 Tracy Shelton 53/122 .434 Frank Young 117/270 .433

Year 1985 2003 1992 2007 2017 1989 1990 1983 1990 2007

SEASON FREE THROWS MADE Player Jerry West Jerry West Rod Hundley Rod Hundley Rod Hundley Greg Jones Juwan Staten Wil Robinson Darryl Bryant Rod Thorn Rod Thorn

GP FTM Year 31 258 1960 34 223 1959 30 218 1956 29 201 1957 30 191 1955 31 187 1983 33 182 2014 24 176 1972 33 174 2012 24 170 1962 29 170 1963

SEASON FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Player Jerry West Rod Hundley Jerry West Pierre Hill

GP FTA Year 31 337 1960 30 326 1956 34 320 1959 18 287 1922

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SEASON FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 50 ATT.)

Player FTM/FTA Pct. .881 Jonathan Hargett 89/101 Roger “Shorty” Hicks 44/50 .880 Vernon Odom 62/71 .873 Casey Mitchell 74/85 .871 Holman Harley 96/111 .865 Bob Hummell 95/110 .864 Jevon Carter 133/155 .858 Kevin Pittsnogle 84/98 .857 Eron Harris 113/132 .856 Chris Leonard 77/90 .856

1957 1955 1957 2014 1951 1921

Year 2002 1941 1986 2011 1986 1970 2018 2006 2014 1991

SEASON REBOUNDS

SEASON 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Player Frank Young Alex Ruoff Alex Ruoff Darryl Bryant Kevin Pittsnogle Chris Leonard Eron Harris Jonathan Hargett Alex Ruoff Da’Sean Butler

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Player Jerry West Lloyd Sharrar Mark Workman Jerry West Rod Hundley Lloyd Sharrar Pete White Kevin Jones Willie Bergines Rod Thorn

GP Rebounds Year 31 510 1960 30 443 1957 25 437 1952 34 419 1959 30 392 1956 28 386 1958 30 361 1955 33 360 2012 30 358 1955 29 351 1962

SEASON REBOUND AVERAGE Player GP Rebounds Avg. Mark Workman 25 437 17.5 Jerry West 31 510 16.5 Lloyd Sharrar 30 443 14.8 Lloyd Sharrar 28 396 13.8 Warren Baker 25 327 13.08 Rod Hundley 30 392 13.07 Rod Thorn 24 299 12.5 Mack Isner 27 336 12.4 Jerry West 31 510 12.3 Rod Thorn 29 351 12.1

Year 1952 1960 1957 1958 1974 1956 1961 1952 1959 1962

SEASON OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player Kevin Jones Kevin Jones Devin Williams Jonathan Holton Brian Lewin Kevin Jones Marcus Goree Jonathan Holton Ricky Robinson Ricky Robinson

GP 33 38 35 31 33 33 29 35 29 29

Off. Rebounds 141 135 124 113 113 108 108 105 102 101

SEASON ASSISTS Player Jevon Carter Ron Williams Juwan Staten Steve Berger Alex Ruoff Steve Berger Mike Boyd Darris Nichols Ralph Holmes Marsalis Basey Tim Lyles

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GP Assists Year 37 246 2018 28 197 1967 33 193 2014 31 193 1989 36 191 2007 28 183 1990 30 175 1991 36 165 2007 26 160 1952 29 158 1993 29 158 2001


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Player Ron Williams Jevon Carter Steve Berger Steve Berger Ralph Holmes Juwan Staten Mike Boyd Ron Williams Ron Williams Tim Lyles Marsalis Basey

Player Jevon Carter Damian Owens Jevon Carter Greg Jones Elton Scott Jarrod West Alex Ruoff Greg Jones Steve Berger Jevon Carter Darryl Prue

GP APG Year 28 7.0 1967 37 6.6 2018 28 6.5 1990 31 6.2 1989 26 6.2 1952 33 5.8 2014 30 5.8 1991 28 5.5 1968 28 5.5 1966 29 5.4 2001 29 5.4 1993

GP Steals Year 37 112 2018 32 97 1998 37 92 2017 31 90 1983 29 79 1999 33 77 1998 36 72 2007 33 72 1981 31 68 1989 35 67 2015 32 67 1988

SEASON STEAL AVERAGE Player Jevon Carter Damian Owens Greg Jones Elton Scott Jevon Carter Jarrod West Steve Berger Greg Jones Mike Boyd Damian Owens Darryl Prue Darryl Prue Drew Schifino

GP SPG Year 37 3.0 2018 32 3.0 1998 31 2.9 1983 29 2.7 1999 37 2.5 2017 33 2.3 1998 31 2.2 1989 33 2.2 1981 30 2.1 1991 31 2.1 1997 31 2.1 1987 32 2.1 1988 11 2.1 2004

SEASON BLOCKED SHOTS Player D’or Fischer Sagaba Konate John Flowers Marcus Goree D’or Fischer Wellington Smith Phil Wilson Joe Alexander Phil Wilson Sagaba Konate Wellington Smith

GP Blocks Year 31 124 2004 36 116 2018 33 74 2011 28 70 2000 34 66 2005 37 60 2008 29 58 1993 36 54 2008 29 54 1994 37 53 2017 35 53 2009

SEASON TURNOVERS Player Tim Lyles Greg Jones Marsalis Basey Mike Boyd Marsalis Basey Jonathan Hargett Russel Todd Damian Owens Jevon Carter Seldon Jefferson

GP TOs Year 29 119 2001 33 119 1981 29 116 1993 30 110 1991 29 106 1994 26 106 2002 31 103 1983 31 102 1997 37 98 2018 26 97 1995

Player Wellington Smith Jonathan Holton Phil Collins Darrell Pinckney Phil Collins Jevon Carter Mark Workman Greg Nance Brent Solheim Daxter Miles Jr. Darryl Prue

GP Fouls Year 38 121 2010 35 118 2015 29 115 1980 33 115 1986 33 114 1981 37 111 2018 27 111 1951 32 111 1981 33 111 1998 36 110 2018 32 110 1988

Player Mark Workman Tom Lowry Larry Carr Phil Collins Mike Heitz Phil Collins Darrell Pinckney Mark Workman Tom Lowry Bob Camp Mike Heitz Greg Nance

GP DQ Year 27 11 1951 28 10 1964 25 10 1973 29 10 1980 24 9 1972 33 9 1981 33 9 1986 25 8 1952 30 8 1962 29 8 1965 25 8 1970 26 8 1979

SEASON MINUTES PLAYED Player Da’Sean Butler Jevon Carter Darris Nichols Kevin Jones Kevin Jones Darris Nichols Juwan Staten Darryl Bryant Jerry West Alex Ruoff

GP Minutes Year 38 1,360 2010 37 1,313 2018 37 1,282 2008 33 1,265 2012 38 1,254 2010 36 1,251 2007 33 1,231 2014 33 1,230 2012 34 1,210 1959 36 1,195 2007

SEASON MINUTES PLAYED AVERAGE

Player GP MPG Year Warren Baker 25 39.6 1974 Kevin Jones 33 38.3 2012 Warren Baker 25 38.3 1973 Rod Hundley 30 38.2 1956 Wil Robinson 24 38.0 1972 Ron Williams 28 37.5 1968 Maurice Robinson 26 37.5 1978 Juwan Staten 33 37.3 2014 Darryl Bryant 33 37.3 2012 Ron Williams 28 37.2 1967

SEASON GAMES PLAYED Player Da’Sean Butler Kevin Jones Wellington Smith John Flowers Jevon Carter James Bolden Wesley Harris Jevon Carter Nathan Adrian Tarik Phillip Teyvon Myers Lamont West Sagaba Konate Alex Ruoff Da’Sean Butler Darris Nichols Joe Mazzulla Wellington Smith Jamie Smalligan

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GP Year 38 2010 38 2010 38 2010 38 2010 37 2018 37 2018 37 2018 37 2017 37 2017 37 2017 37 2017 37 2017 37 2017 37 2008 37 2008 37 2008 37 2008 37 2008 37 2008

SEASON GAMES STARTED Player Da’Sean Butler Kevin Jones Wellington Smith Jevon Carter Wesley Harris Nathan Adrian Alex Ruoff Da’Sean Butler Darris Nichols Jevon Carter Frank Young Darris Nichols Alex Ruoff Joe Alexander Rob Summers

GS Year 38 2010 38 2010 38 2010 37 2018 37 2018 37 2017 37 2008 37 2008 37 2008 36 2017 36 2007 36 2007 36 2007 36 2007 36 2007

SEASON DOUBLE DOUBLES

Player GP Double-Doubles Year Jerry West 31 30 1960 Jerry West 34 25 1959 Lloyd Sharrar 30 23 1957 Rod Thorn 30 22 1962 Kevin Jones 33 21 2012 Mark Workman 27 21 1952 Carey Bailey 28 20 1968 Maurice Robinson 28 17 1978 Warren Baker 25 17 1974 Warren Baker 25 17 1973 Rod Thorn 27 17 1961

SEASON 10-POINT GAMES Player Jerry West Jevon Carter Kevin Jones Da’Sean Butler Juwan Staten Kevin Jones Frank Young Da’Sean Butler Mike Gansey Dale Blaney Greg Jones Jerry West

GP 34 37 33 38 33 38 36 35 33 33 31 31

10-pt Games 34 33 33 33 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30

Year 1959 2018 2012 2010 2014 2010 2007 2009 2006 1986 1983 1960

SEASON 20-POINT GAMES Player Jerry West Jerry West Rod Hundley Wil Robinson Rod Thorn Rod Hundley Kevin Jones Greg Jones Mark Workman Kevin Pittsnogle Wil Robinson Rod Hundley

GP 31 34 30 24 30 30 33 31 27 33 25 30

20-pt Games 27 27 24 20 20 20 19 19 19 18 18 18

Year 1960 1959 1956 1972 1962 1955 2012 1983 1951 2006 1971 1957

SEASON 30-POINT GAMES Player Jerry West Wil Robinson Jerry West Mark Workman Rod Hundley Rod Thorn Mark Workman Wil Robinson Rod Hundley Greg Jones Rod Hundley

GP 31 24 34 27 30 30 27 25 30 31 30

30-pt Games 15 13 13 11 10 9 9 8 8 7 7

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LEADERS CAREER SCORING AVERAGE MINIMUM 50 GAMES Player Jerry West Wil Robinson Rod Hundley Rod Thorn Mark Workman Ron Williams Tony Robertson Stan Boskovich Carl Head Fred Schaus

GP Average Years 93 24.8 1958-60 75 24.7 1970-72 89 24.5 1955-57 82 21.8 1961-63 76 20.4 1950-52 84 20.1 1966-68 57 18.0 1976-77 52 17.7 1975-76 55 17.1 1966-67 61 16.5 1947-49

CAREER SCORING Player Jerry West Rod Hundley Da’Sean Butler Wil Robinson Kevin Jones Greg Jones Rod Thorn Jevon Carter Kevin Pittsnogle Lowes Moore

GP 93 89 146 75 139 122 82 144 128 113

Points Years 2,309 1958-60 2,180 1955-57 2,095 2007-10 1,850 1970-72 1,822 2009-12 1,797 1980-83 1,785 1961-63 1,758 2015-18 1,708 2003-06 1,696 1977-80

CAREER FIELD GOALS MADE Player Jerry West Rod Hundley Da’Sean Butler Wil Robinson Kevin Jones Rod Thorn Chris Brooks Lowes Moore Ron Williams Greg Jones

GP 93 89 146 75 139 82 121 113 84 122

FGM Years 843 1958-60 785 1955-57 741 2007-10 733 1970-72 728 2009-12 692 1961-63 690 1988-91 680 1976-80 670 1966-68 649 1980-83

CAREER FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Player Rod Hundley Jerry West Da’Sean Butler Wil Robinson Rod Thorn Ron Williams Kevin Jones Jevon Carter Lowes Moore Greg Jones

GP 89 93 146 75 82 84 139 144 113 122

FGA Years 2,218 1955-57 1,660 1958-60 1,654 2007-10 1,616 1970-72 1,559 1961-63 1,525 1966-68 1,475 2009-12 1,441 2015-18 1,434 1977-80 1,391 1980-83

CAREER FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 500 ATT.)

Player FGM/FGA Pct. Years Chris Brooks 690/1,147 .602 1988-91 Darryl Prue 610/1,094 .558 1986-89 Ricky Robinson 542/998 .543 1991-94 Lester Rowe 593/1,095 .542 1982-85 Brent Solheim 335/625 .536 1995-98 Calvin Bowman 326/612 .533 2000-01 Carl Head 366/690 .530 1966-67 Maurice Robinson 546/1,034 .528 1975-78 Mike Gansey 364/692 .526 2005-06

CAREER FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Mike Boyd 432/823 Mike Heitz 138/241 Brent Solheim 79/138 Brandon Watkins 64/112

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CAREER 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Player Alex Ruoff Kevin Pittsnogle Patrick Beilein Jevon Carter Da’Sean Butler Chris Leonard Darryl Bryant Frank Young Lionel Armstead Daxter Miles Jr.

GP 3-FGM Years 127 261 2006-09 128 253 2003-06 128 242 2003-06 144 241 2015-18 146 205 2007-10 107 200 1989-92 135 197 2009-12 122 187 2004-07 101 186 1999-02 136 181 2015-18

CAREER 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Player Alex Ruoff Jevon Carter Patrick Beilein Kevin Pittsnogle Darryl Bryant Da’Sean Butler Daxter Miles Jr. Frank Young Lionel Armstead Chris Leonard

GP 3-FGA Years 127 695 2006-09 144 678 2015-18 128 675 2003-06 128 615 2003-06 135 603 2009-12 146 581 2007-10 136 540 2015-18 122 499 2004-07 101 493 1999-02 107 480 1989-92

CAREER 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 100 ATT.) Player 3-FGM/FGA Pct. Chris Leonard 200/480 .417 Kevin Pittsnogle 253/615 .411 James Bolden 121/303 .399 Eron Harris 133/336 .396 Mike Gansey 119/302 .394 Terry Henderson 89/230 .387 Steve Berger 145/375 .387 Marsalis Basey 169/438 .386 Jarett Kearse 67/174 .385 Cyrus Jones 106/277 .383 Kevin Jones 45/118 .381

Years 1989-92 2003-06 2017-19 2013-14 2005-06 2013-14 1987-90 1991-94 1998-99 1995-96 2009-10

CAREER FREE THROWS MADE Player Jerry West Rod Hundley Darryl Bryant Greg Jones Pervires Greene Da’Sean Butler Rod Thorn Mark Workman Juwan Staten Wil Robinson

GP 93 89 135 122 120 146 82 76 94 75

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FTM Years 623 1958-60 610 1955-57 483 2009-12 458 1980-83 417 1991-94 408 2007-10 401 1961-63 393 1950-52 385 2013-15 384 1970-72

Player Jerry West Rod Hundley Chris Brooks Darryl Bryant Pierre Hill Mark Workman Greg Jones Lloyd Sharrar Da’Sean Butler Pervires Greene

GP 93 89 121 135 70 76 122 88 146 120

FTA Years 851 1958-60 835 1955-57 639 1988-91 616 2009-12 615 1921-24 598 1950-52 591 1980-83 588 1956-58 581 2007-10 579 1991-94

CAREER FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 100 ATT.)

Player FTM/FTA Pct. Years Jonathan Hargett 89/101 .881 2001-02 Casey Mitchell 92/106 .868 2010-11 Harry Moore 120/143 .839 1950-52 Joe Posch 92/111 .829 1959-61 Chris Leonard 227/274 .828 1989-92 Stan Boskovich 182/220 .827 1975-76 Eron Harris 184/224 .821 2013-14 Terry Henderson 93/114 .816 2014-14 Kevin Pittsnogle 217/266 .816 2003-06 D’or Fischer 145/178 .815 2004-05

CAREER REBOUNDS Player Jerry West Lloyd Sharrar Warren Baker Kevin Jones Willie Bergines Rod Hundley Thomas Lowry Rod Thorn Maurice Robinson Damian Owens Darryl Prue Devin Williams Da’Sean Butler Lester Rowe Chris Brooks

GP Rebounds Years 93 1,240 1958-60 88 1,178 1956-58 105 1,070 1973-76 139 1,048 2009-12 107 1,025 1953-56 89 941 1955-57 89 914 1962-64 82 912 1961-63 105 881 1975-78 116 868 1995-98 127 865 1986-89 102 846 2014-16 146 800 2007-10 121 787 1982-85 121 755 1988-91

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Player GP Rebounds Avg. Years Lloyd Sharrar 88 1,178 13.4 1956-58 Jerry West 93 1,240 13.3 1958-60 Rod Thorn 82 912 11.1 1961-63 Rod Hundley 89 941 10.6 1955-57 Carey Bailey 55 570 10.4 1968-69 Thomas Lowry 89 914 10.3 1962-64 Warren Baker 105 1,070 10.2 1973-76 Mack Isner 74 749 10.1 1952-54 Willie Bergines 107 1,025 9.6 1953-56 Larry Woods 52 456 8.8 1969-70

CAREER OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player Kevin Jones Chris Brooks Pervires Greene Ricky Robinson Devin Williams Chris Moss Marcus Goree Da’Sean Butler Damian Owens Nathan Adrian

GP Off. Rebounds Years 139 450 2009-12 121 320 1988-91 120 304 1991-94 114 304 1991-94 102 299 2014-16 111 292 1999-02 109 284 1997-00 146 270 2007-10 116 266 1995-98 140 248 2014-17


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GP Assists Years 122 574 1987-90 144 559 2015-18 114 514 1991-94 84 504 1966-68 110 471 1991-94 128 467 2003-06 94 433 2013-15 122 430 1980-83 127 410 2006-09 128 402 2003-06 141 399 2005-08 135 388 2009-12 83 386 1995-97 145 370 2007-11 113 344 1977-80 89 337 1955-57 116 336 1995-98 124 331 1983-86

CAREER ASSIST AVERAGE Player Ron Williams Tim Lyles Steve Berger Seldon Jefferson Juwan Staten Marsalis Basey Mike Boyd Levi Phillips Holman Harley Jevon Carter

GP ASSISTS APG Years 84 504 6.0 1966-68 54 263 5.0 2000-01 122 574 4.71 1987-90 83 386 4.65 1995-97 94 433 4.60 2013-15 114 514 4.5 1991-94 110 471 4.28 1991-94 55 234 4.25 1971-74 51 200 3.9 1985-86 144 559 3.8 2015-18

CAREER STEALS Player Jevon Carter Greg Jones Damian Owens Darryl Prue Steve Berger Mike Boyd Alex Ruoff Marsalis Basey Daxter Miles Jr. Tracy Shelton

GP Steals Years 144 330 2015-18 122 251 1980-83 116 244 1995-98 127 230 1986-89 122 214 1987-90 110 205 1991-94 127 189 2006-09 114 182 1991-94 136 177 2015-18 122 159 1989-93

CAREER STEAL AVERAGE Player Jevon Carter Damian Owens Greg Jones Mike Boyd Jonathan Hargett Seldon Jefferson Darryl Prue Steve Berger Mike Gansey Elton Scott

GP 144 116 122 110 26 83 127 122 68 50

Steals SPG 330 2.29 244 2.10 251 2.06 205 1.86 48 1.85 151 1.82 230 1.81 214 1.75 119 1.75 85 1.70

Years 2015-18 1995-98 1980-83 1994-94 2002 1995-97 1986-89 1987-90 2005-06 1998-99

CAREER BLOCKED SHOTS Player Sagaba Konate D’or Fischer Phil Wilson Wellington Smith John Flowers Marcus Goree Pervires Greene Tim Kearney Kevin Jones Kevin Pittsnogle Darrell Pinckney

GP Blocks Year 81 191 2017-19 65 190 2004-05 117 178 1991-94 140 162 2007-10 142 157 2008-11 109 157 1997-00 120 139 1991-94 113 119 1981-84 139 109 2009-12 128 109 2003-06 123 106 1984-87

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GP 114 121 122 116 122 121 124 135 110 121

TOs Years 348 1991-94 317 1982-85 313 1980-83 311 1995-98 299 1987-90 296 1988-91 294 1983-86 292 2009-12 289 1991-94 277 2002-05

CAREER PERSONAL FOULS Player Darryl Prue Chris Brooks Darrell Pinckney Lester Rowe Jevon Carter Nathan Adrian Daxter Miles Jr. Pervires Greene Wellington Smith Phil Collins

GP 127 121 123 121 144 140 136 120 140 93

Fouls Years 391 1986-89 381 1988-91 375 1984-87 373 1982-85 358 2015-18 358 2014-17 354 2015-18 348 1991-94 344 2007-10 331 1980-82

CAREER DISQUALIFICATIONS Player Tom Lowry Phil Collins Darrell Pinckney Chris Brooks Mike Heitz Mark Workman Mack Isner Greg Nance Darryl Prue Larry Carr Marsalis Basey

GP 89 93 123 121 74 76 74 105 127 44 114

DQ Years 24 1962-64 23 1980-82 23 1984-87 23 1991-94 22 1970-72 22 1950-52 19 1952-54 19 1978-81 18 1986-89 17 1973-75 17 1991-94

CAREER MINUTES PLAYED Player Da’Sean Butler Kevin Jones Jevon Carter Johannes Herber Darryl Bryant Darryl Prue Dale Blaney Steve Berger Greg Jones Chris Brooks

GP Minutes Years 146 4,491 2007-10 139 4,347 2009-12 144 4,299 2015-18 128 4,129 2003-06 135 3,824 2009-12 127 3,788 1986-89 124 3,771 1983-86 122 3,711 1987-90 122 3,706 1980-83 120 3,674 1988-91

CAREER MINUTES PLAYED AVERAGE Player Ron Williams Wil Robinson Rod Thorn Jerome Anderson Warren Baker Jerry West Sam Oglesby Tony Robertson Johannes Herber Carey Bailey

GP 84 75 82 77 105 93 35 57 128 54

MPG Years 36.87 1966-68 36.17 1970-72 35.91 1961-63 34.81 1973-75 34.21 1973-76 33.74 1958-60 33.43 1971-72 32.60 1976-77 32.26 2003-05 32.24 1968-69

Player Da’Sean Butler Joe Mazzulla Jevon Carter Darris Nichols Nathan Adrian

GP Years 146 2007-10 145 2007-11 144 2015-18 141 2005-08 140 2014-17

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CAREER GAMES STARTED Player Johannes Herber Daxter Miles Jr. Darryl Bryant J.D. Collins Chris Brooks Lester Rowe Jevon Carter Damian Owens Dale Blaney Russel Todd Da’Sean Butler Darryl Prue

GS Years 128 2003-06 124 2015-18 123 2009-12 121 2003-06 118 1988-91 114 1982-85 112 2015-18 112 1995-98 111 1983-86 111 1980-83 110 2007-10 110 1986-89

CAREER DOUBLE DOUBLES Player Jerry West Warren Baker Rod Thorn Lloyd Sharrar Maurice Robinson Devin Williams Kevin Jones Carey Bailey Rod Hundley Tom Lowry

GP Double-Doubles Years 93 70 1958-60 105 54 1973-76 82 50 1961-63 88 44 1956-58 105 42 1975-78 102 33 2014-16 139 33 2009-12 54 33 1968-69 89 32 1955-57 89 31 1962-64

CAREER 10-POINT GAMES Player Da’Sean Butler Kevin Jones Chris Brooks Jerry West Jevon Carter Greg Jones Damian Owens Pervires Greene Darryl Bryant Kevin Pittsnogle

GP 146 139 121 93 144 122 116 120 135 128

10-pt Games Years 108 2007-10 95 2009-12 92 1988-91 89 1958-60 87 2015-18 87 1980-83 87 1995-98 86 1991-94 85 2009-12 84 2003-06

CAREER 20-POINT GAMES Player Jerry West Rod Hundley Wil Robinson Rod Thorn Ron Williams Lowes Moore Mark Workman Greg Jones Kevin Pittsnogle Tony Robertson

GP 93 89 75 82 84 113 76 122 128 57

20-pt Games Years 64 1958-60 62 1955-57 51 1970-72 48 1961-63 46 1966-68 37 1977-80 37 1950-52 33 1980-83 28 2003-06 28 1976-77

CAREER 30-POINT GAMES Player Jerry West Rod Hundley Wil Robinson Mark Workman Rod Thorn Ron Williams Greg Jones Lowes Moore David Reaser Warren Baker Eddie Becker

GP 93 89 75 76 82 84 122 113 83 105 76

30-pt Games Year 29 1958-60 25 1955-57 23 1970-72 20 1950-52 17 1961-63 9 1966-68 9 1980-83 8 1977-80 5 1966-68 4 1973-76 4 1952-54


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RECORDS SCORING

Half: 72 vs. William & Mary, 2-26-60 Game: 132 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks, 11-25-94 Home: 132 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks, 11-25-94 Away: 120 vs. George Washington, 1-13-62 Losing Game: 109 vs. Northwestern, 12-27-58 Two-Team: 227 (109-118/2OT) vs. Northwestern, 12-27-58 High Season: 3,014 in 2016-17 Low Season: 1,662 in 1972-73 High Season Average: 89.5 in 1959-60 Low Season Average: 20.0 in 1903-04

FIELD GOALS

Game Made: 53 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks, 11-25-94 Game Attempted: 116 vs. Washington & Lee, 12-6-52 Game Percentage: 68.0% (34-50) vs. Bowling Green, 12-18-76 High Season Made: 1,075 in 1958-59 High Season Attempted: 2,374 in 2017-18 High Season Percentage: 51.4% (924-1,797) in 1988-89 Low Season Made: 699 in 1972-73 Low Season Attempted: 1,631 in 2003-04 Low Season Percentage: 36.2% (779-2,151) in 1951-52

3-POINT FIELD GOALS

Game Made: 20 vs. Marquette, 1-14-2006 Game Attempted: 45 vs. LSU, 11-26-2005 Game Percentage (min. 7 att.): 75.0% (9/12) vs. Purdue, 1-1-2010; 75.0% (6/8) vs. Ohio State, 12-30-93 Season Made: 371 in 2006-07 Season Attempted: 989 in 2006-07 Season Percentage: 47.0% (55-117) in 1984-85

FREE THROWS

Game Made: 45 vs. Missouri Southern, 12-14-56 Game Attempted: 59 vs. Missouri Southern, 12-14-56 Game Percentage: 1.000 (13/13) vs. Massachusetts, 3-5-77 High Season Made: 734 in 1958-59 High Season Attempted: 1,072 in 1958-59 High Season Percentage: 76.6% (570-744) in 2017-18 Low Season Made: 264 in 1972-73 Low Season Attempted: 411 in 1972-73 Low Season Percentage: 58.4% (256-438) in 1973-74

PERSONAL FOULS

High Game: 41 vs. Providence, 1-5-99 Low Game: 3 vs. Washington & Jefferson, 12-3-2005 High Season: 822 in 2015-16 Low Season: 419 in 2005-06 Disqualifications Game: 6 vs. Providence, 1-5-99 Disqualifications Season: 30 in 1964-65; 1971-72

ASSISTS

High Game: 33 vs. Washington & Lee, 2-27-54 Low Game: 0 vs. Princeton, 3-11-67; vs. Ohio, 12-15-79 High Season: 633 in 2006-07 Low Season: 272 in 1969-70

STEALS

High Game: 26 vs. VMI, 11-26-2014; 26 vs. Rice, 11-29-97; VMI, 2-7-53 Low Game: 0 vs. Niagara, 1-5-52; Towson State, 1-20-86; East Carolina, 12-20-99 High Season: 407 in 1997-98 Low Season: 187 in 2002-03

TURNOVERS

High Game: 35 vs. Notre Dame, 12-29-69 Low Game: 2, five times; most recent vs. Cornell, 12-31-52 High Season: 562 in 1980-81 Low Season: 287 in 2005-06

BLOCKED SHOTS

High Game: 14 vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 12-14-82 High Season: 192 in 2017-18 Low Season: 56 in 1989-90

MISCELLANEOUS GAMES

Most Lopsided Win: 81 points vs. Salem (113-32), 1-6-45 Most Lopsided Loss: 46 points vs. Louisville (60-106), 12-16-78 Lowest Points: 5 vs. Allegheny, 1-27-05; Allegheny, 3-4-04 Lowest Points/Half: 2 vs. Carnegie Tech, 3-6-34; Pitt, 1-17-31 Lowest Two-Team Score: 22 vs. All-Stars (6-16), 3-18-1904 Lowest Field Goals: 0 vs. Grove City, 1-27-23

REBOUNDS

Game: 85 vs. Duke, 12-22-51; vs. George Washington, 2-6-60 Lowest Game: 15 vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay, 11-27-98 Offensive Rebounds Game: 43 vs. Washington & Lee, 12-6-52 Lowest Offensive Rebounds Game: 3 vs. Massachusetts, 2-21-85; vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay, 11-27-98; vs. UNLV, 12-28-2002 High Season: 1,680 in 1955-56 High Season Average: 56.0 in 1955-56 Low Season: 846 in 1953-54 Low Season Average: 27.7 in 2005-06 Season Offensive Rebounds: 585 in 2009-10

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Lowest Field Goals Attempted: 28 vs. St. Bonaventure, 2-13-82 Lowest Field Goal Game Percentage: 20.0% (10-50) vs. Cincinnati, 1-30-2008 Lowest 3-Point Field Goals Made: 0, 24 times; most recent vs. Robert Morris, 11-27-99 Lowest 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 0, three times; most recent vs. Massachusetts, 1-10-87 Lowest Three-Point Game Percentage: 0.0%, 21 times; most recent vs. Robert Morris, 11-27-99 Lowest Free Throws Made: 0, 15 times; most recent vs. Fordham, 2-4-43 Lowest Free Throw Attempts: 0, four times; most recent vs. Syracuse, 2-20-2006 Lowest Free Throw Percentage: 0.0% vs. Fordham (0-8), 2-4-43; Allegheny (0-3), 1-17-25 Most Free Throws Missed: 22 vs. Rutgers, 1-14- 89; Pitt, 2-12-69 Fewest Free Throws Missed: 0, nine times; most recent vs. Marquette (7-7), 1-1-2011 Two-Team Personal Fouls: 68 vs. George Washington, 2-23-83; Pitt, 2-12-64

MISCELLANEOUS SEASON

Most Wins: 31-7 in 2009-10 Most Losses: 15-21 in 2018-19 Best Win Percentage: 92.9% (26-2) in 1957-58 Lowest Win Percentage: 23.5% (4-13) in 1917-18 Most Consecutive Wins: 23 in 1981-82 Most Consecutive Big 12 Wins: 4 in 2017-18; twice in 2015-16 Most Consecutive Big 12 Road Wins: 2 in 2017- 18; 2016-17; 2015-16 (twice); 2013-14; 2012-13 Most Consecutive Big East Wins: 8 in 2005-06 Most Consecutive Big East Road Wins: 3 in 2009- 10; 2005-06; 1997-98 Most Consecutive Atlantic 10 Wins: 16 in 198889 Most Consecutive Atlantic 10 Road Wins: 7 in 1988-89 Most Consecutive Southern Conference Wins: 44 from 1956 to 1960 Most Consecutive Southern Conference Road Wins: 21 from 1956 to 1960 Most Consecutive Losses: 9 (twice) in 2001-02 Most Games Played: 38 in 2009-10 Consecutive Winning Seasons: 20 from 1945 to 1964 Consecutive Losing Seasons: 3 from 1931 to 1933 Home Winning Streak: 57 from 1944 to 1949 Away Winning Streak: 11 in 1988-89 Home Losing Streak: 5 in 1998-99; 1953-54 Away Losing Streak: 12 in 1950-51 Overtime Games: 6 in 2011-12 Overtime Periods: 9 in 1982-83


OPPONENT

RECORDS INDIVIDUAL POINTS

Half: 29 by Austin Carr of Notre Dame, 2-21-70; Gary Trent of Ohio, 12-18-93 Game: 55 by Austin Carr of Notre Dame, 2-21-70

INDIVIDUAL FIELD GOALS

Made: 21 by Bob McCurdy of Richmond, 2-17-75 Attempted: 45 by Tony Laquintano of Virginia, 12-17-60 Percentage (min. 10 att.): 100% (11-11) by Rob Hodgson of Rutgers, 1-31-99

INDIVIDUAL 3-POINT FIELD GOALS Made: 9 by CJ Massinburg of Buffalo; by Tamar Slay of Marshall, 1-18-2000 Attempted: 20 by Mike Vreeswyk of Temple, 2-24-87 Percentage (min. 5 att.): 100% (7-7) by Dusty Hannahs of Texas Tech, 1-22-2014

INDIVIDUAL FREE THROWS

Made: 23 by Harry Levine of Pitt, 3-6-20 Attempted: 36 by Harry Levine of Pitt, 3-6-20 Percentage: 100.0% (13-13) by Cameron McGriff of Oklahoma State; by Isaiah Taylor of Texas, 2-16-2016; (13-13) by Ron Rainey of Penn State, 12-12-56; (13-13) by Robin Porter of VMI, 12-1-65

INDIVIDUAL REBOUNDS

Game: 27 by Jim McKean of Washington State, 12-28-66

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Most Returns: 9 vs. Oklahoma, 2012; vs. Penn State, 1965; vs. Maryland, 1951 Most Yards Gained: 235 vs. Oklahoma, 2012 Most Touchdowns: 1 vs. many opponents; most recently at Baylor, 2015

TEAM FREE THROWS

TEAM POINTS

Half: 66 by UNC Charlotte, 1-25-90 Game: 118 by Northwestern, 12-27-59; Syracuse, 2-11-67 High Season: 2,788 (45.8) in 2018-19 Low Season: 1,747 in 1950-51 (64.7); 1953-54 (75.9) High Season Average: 88.7 in 1970-71 Low Season Average: 60.7 in 1986-87

TEAM FIELD GOALS

Made Game: 47 by Syracuse, 2-11-67 Attempted Game: 103 by Duke, 12-15-56; by St. Joseph’s, 3-12-60 Percentage Game: 69.8% (30-43) by Rhode Island, 1-12-84 High Made Season: 918 in 1974-75 Low Made Season: 654 in 1953-54 High Attempted Season: 2,487 in 1954-55 Low Attempted Season: 1,519 in 1998-99 High Percentage Season: 46.9% (762-1626) in 2014-15 Low Percentage Season: 34.1% (773-2,262) in 1956-57

TEAM 3-POINT FIELD GOALS

Made Game: 16 by Temple, 2-10-91; Bowling Green, 3-12-97; Kentucky, 11-20-91 Attempted Game: 39 by Marshall, 1-18-2000 Percentage Game (min. 10 att.): 68.4 (13-19) by Pepperdine, 12-30-2001; (13-19) by Providence, 1-17-2004 High Made Season: 288 in 2017-18 Low Made Season: 55 in 1982-83 High Attempted Season: 764 in 2018-19 Low Attempted Season: 164 in 1982-83 High Percentage Season: 38.0% (288-758) in 2017-18 Low Percentage Season: 29.1% (172-592) in 2010-11

Made Game: 40 by Providence, 1-5-99 Attempted Game: 59 by Providence, 1-5-99 Percentage Game (min. 10 att.): 100% (21-21) by Robert Morris, 12-22-98 High Made Season: 684 in 1955-56 Low Made Season: 263 in 2005-06 High Attempted Season: 1,012 in 1955-56 Low Attempted Season: 368 in 2005-06 High Percentage Season: 73.9% (624-844) in 1964-65 Low Percentage Season: 62.1% (591-952) in 1954-55

TEAM REBOUNDS

Game: 75 by Northwestern, 12-27-58 High Season: 1,503 in 1958-59 Low Season: 816 in 1953-54

TEAM OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

Game: 31 by Duquesne, 1-7-91; by Seton Hall, 2-22-97

TEAM ASSISTS

Game: 32 by Maryland, 2-12-66 High Season: 486 in 2018-19 Low Season: 164 in 1956-57

TEAM STEALS

Game: 20 by Providence, 1-5-99 High Season: 298 in 2018-19 Low Season: 154 in 2013-14

TEAM TURNOVERS

Game: 40 by Manhattan, 11-28-2016 High Season: 740 in 2016-17 Low Season: 416 in 2002-03

TEAM BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 20 by Massachusetts, 1-3-95 High Season: 148 in 2017-18 Low Season: 72 in 1984-85

TEAM PERSONAL FOULS

Game: 40 by George Washington, 3-2-62 High Season: 813 in 2015-16 Low Season: 449 in 1972-73

INDIVDUAL ASSISTS

Game: 18 by Anthony Manuel of Bradley, 1-2888; by Danny Tarkanian of UNLV, 12-10-83

EMMITT MATTHEWS JR.

INDIVIDUAL STEALS

Game: 8 by God Shammgod of Providence, 1-19-97

INDIVIDUAL TURNOVERS

Game: 12 by Kyle Clarke of Kennesaw State, 12-5-2015

INDIVIDUAL BLOCKED SHOTS

Game: 9 by Jeff Withey of Kansas, 3-2-2013; by Thurl Bailey of North Carolina State, 12-28-82

INDIVIDUAL MINUTES

Game: 55 by Dell Curry of Virginia Tech, 2-2-83; by Randy Minnix of Virginia Tech, 1-26-72

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FGM Opponent Date 53 Alaska-Fairbanks 12-3-94 51 VMI 2-24-54 50 Salem 1-6-4 50 Virginia Tech 2-3-54 50 City College of New York 12-7-77 49 Virginia 2-21-53 49 George Washington 2-25-67 49 Hawaii 1-24-70 49 Bucknell 1-3-77 48 VMI 12-3-57 48 East Carolina 12-1-71 48 Adelphi 12-13-79 48 St. Leo 11-28-81 48 St. Bonventure 1-3-91

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED FGA. Opponent 116 Washington & Lee 115 Washington & Lee 110 William & Mary 107 City College of New York 105 Virginia Tech 103 Virginia 103 East Carolina 102 Furman 102 Hawaii 102 St. Leo

Date 12-6-52 12-12-53 12-17-52 12-7-77 2-14-52 2-21-53 12-1-71 1-25-58 1-24-70 11-28-81

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Pct. Opponent 68.0 Bowling Green 66.7 Oklahoma 66.7 Duquesne 66.7 Duquesne 66.1 Penn State 65.6 Penn State 65.2 Rutgers 65.0 Bowling Green 64.3 Syracuse 64.2 Dayton

Date 12-18-76 12-22-2005 2-27-79 2-9-84 1-26-84 2-11-89 1-31-2007 3-12-97 1-29-79 11-30-97

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 3-FGM Opponent 20 Marquette 18 Radford 18 Louisville 17 Providence 17 Duquesne 15 Saint Joseph’s 15 UL Monroe 15 New Hampshire 15 Prairie View A&M 15 Cincinnati 15 Villanova 15 Texas 15 LSU

Date 1-14-2006 12-19-2007 3-26-2005 3-7-2007 12-9-2006 11-18-2018 12-13-2015 11-20-2016 11-18-2007 1-20-2007 1-3-2007 3-23-200 11-26-2005

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 3-FGA Opponent 45 LSU 41 Providence

Date 11-26-2005 2-20-2007

40 Texas A&M 40 Cincinnati 40 Pitt 38 Marist 38 Marquette 38 New Hampshire 37 Notre Dame 37 Villanova 37 Kentucky

11-10-2017 1-20-2007 2-5-2005 11-23-2017 1-14-2006 12-21-2004 1-9-2010 1-3-2007 11-22-2005

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

3-FG Pct. Opponent Date 75.0 Purdue 1-1-2010 75.0 Ohio State 12-30-93 71.4 Massachusetts 1-8-92 71.4 St. John’s 1-12-97 70.0 TCU 2-9-2013 69.2 Arkansas-Monticello 12-1-2001 66.7 St. John’s 2-6-2010 66.7 Rutgers 1-31-2007 66.7 Louisville 3-26-2005 66.7 Penn State 1-28-87 66.7 Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 11-28-97 66.7 Rutgers 1-24-2001 66.7 St. Joseph’s 2-9-83 66.7 Virginia Tech 12-22-84 66.7 St. Joseph’s 1-6-88 66.7 Syracuse 12-4-96

FREE THROWS MADE FTM Opponent 45 Mississippi Southern 44 George Washington 41 George Washington 37 St. John’s 37 Pitt 36 Virginia Tech 36 Pitt 36 George Washington

Date 12-14-56 1-12-63 2-6-60 2-1-57 2-22-58 1-6-55 1-18-56 3-2-62

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED FTA Opponent 59 Mississippi Southern 56 George Washington

Date 12-14-56 1-12-63

56 Virginia Tech 55 Pitt 55 George Washington 53 George Washington 52 New York University 51 Pitt 51 George Washington 51 Virginia Tech 51 Villanova

2-2-91 2-22-58 3-2-62 3-1-58 2-4-54 2-23-57 2-6-60 2-20-65 2-20-2001

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

FT Pct. Opponent Dat 100.0 Massachusetts 3-5-77 100.0 Texas 1-20-2018 100.0 Kansas 3-10-2018 100.0 West Virginia Wesleyan 1-11-28 100.0 Notre Dame 2-2-2000 100.0 New Hampshire 12-21-2004 100.0 Colgate 2-20-19 100.0 St. Francis, Pa. 1-19-77 100.0 Rutgers 2-25-2004 100.0 Notre Dame 2-1-2006 100.0 Marquette 1-1-2011 100.0 Allegheny 2-18-18

REBOUNDS

Rebs Opponent 85 Duke 85 George Washington 84 VMI 82 Virginia 80 VMI 79 Richmond 79 Citadel 78 VMI 77 Columbia

Date 12-22-51 2-6-60 1-9-56 12-17-60 12-3-57 2-11-52 12-1-62 1-31-61 12-10-71

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Rebs Opponent 43 Washington & Lee 36 Duke 35 Richmond 32 VMI 31 Rutgers 30 Monmouth 30 William & Mary 30 VMI 29 North Carolina 29 Richmond 29 Davidson 29 Loyola

Date 12-6-52 12-22-51 2-11-52 2-1-52 1-27-2002 11-14-2014 12-20-51 2-7-53 2-6-52 2-17-53 12-9-2008 12-2-2013

SCORING Points Score Opponent 132 132-82 Alaska-Fairbanks 127 127-73 Virginia Tech 127 127-97 George Washington 125 125-64 St. Bonaventure 121 121-65 Hawaii 120 120-68 George Washington 117 117-74 VMI 117 117-83 William & Mary 116 116-94 St. Joseph’s 114 114-67 Florida 114 114-85 Alabama A&M

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Date 12-3-94 2-20-65 2-25-67 1-3-91 1-24-70 1-13-62 2-24-54 2-26-60 1-26-91 1-30-63 11-22-97


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Assists Opponent Date 33 Washington & Lee 2-27-54 32 Virginia Tech 2-3-54 32 East Tennessee State 12-14-96 32 Alabama A&M 11-22-97 31 Maryland Eastern Shore 11-27-2007 31 New York University 1-3-52 29 Mississippi Valley State 11-14-2016 28 Waynesburg 2-10-54 28 Richmond 2-25-76 28 City College of NY 12-7-77 28 Drexel 2-20-80 28 George Washington 1-26-89 28 Mount St. Mary’s 12-28-93

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STEALS

Steals Opponent Date 26 VMI 11-26-2014 26 VMI 2-7-53 26 Rice 11-29-97 24 St. Bonaventure 1-3-91 23 Pitt 1-17-53 21 Western Carolina 11-20-2016 21 Prairie View A&M 11-18-2007 21 William & Mary 12-20-51 21 Virginia Tech 1-24-53 21 Adelphi 12-13-79 21 Wisconsin-Superior 12-15-81 21 James Madison 12-3-86

BLOCKED SHOTS

Blocks Opponent 14 Ohio Wesleyan 13 Baylor 12 Pitt 12 Drexel 12 St. Bonaventure 12 Bowling Green 12 Robert Morris 11 Prairie View A&M 11 Morgan State 10 Maryland 10 St. Joseph’s 10 Maryland 10 Seton Hall 10 Providence 10 IUPUI 10 Georgetown 10 Rhode Island 10 Maryland Eastern Shore 10 Seton Hall 10 Cleveland State 10 Oakland 10 UCF

TURNOVERS

TOs Opponent 35 Notre Dame 33 Massachusetts 32 Northeast Missouri St. 32 Virginia Tech 31 Providence 30 Virginia 30 Pitt 29 Santa Clara 29 New Mexico 29 George Washington 29 Tulsa 29 Rutgers

Date 12-14-82 2-20-2018 12-8-2018 2-20-80 1-9-94 12-18-99 12-15-2001 11-18-2007 12-22-95 12-1-90 2-29-92 12-5-92 2-22-98 1-30-2000 12-17-2003 1-10-2004 3-19-2004 11-27-2007 2-17-2008 12-6-2008 12-12-2012 11-24-2017

PERSONAL FOULS

Fouls Opponent 41 Providence 34 TCU 34 William & Mary 34 Syracuse 34 Rhode Island 34 Pitt

Date 1-5-99 1-24-2015 1-30-60 2-13-71 1-12-84 12-9-89

34 Rutgers 33 TCU 33 TCU 33 Marshall 33 William & Mary 33 Temple 33 Tulsa 33 Notre Dame

2-12-92 1-4-2016 1-3-2015 12-27-87 3-3-61 1-28-84 3-23-81 2-11-97

MARGIN OF VICTORY Date 12-29-69 1-3-81 11-27-87 12-16-89 1-5-99 1-31-73 1-15-83 12-26-68 12-30-69 1-10-81 3-23-81 1-16-2002

Margin Score Opponent Date 81 113-32 Salem 1-6-45 79 80-1 Waynesburg 2-4-05 66 110-44 Maryland Eastern Shore 11-27-2007 65 106-41 Prairie View A&M 11-18-2007 63 111-48 Morgan State 11-18-2017 61 125-64 St. Bonaventure 1-3-91 60 83-23 Waynesburg 12-19-45 59 108-61 Manhattan 11-28-2016 59 109-50 VMI 12-3-57 59 113-54 Wisconsin-Superior 12-15-81

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SEASON HIGHS SCORING

Points Season 3,014................................... 2016-17 2,964................................... 2017-18 2,884................................... 1958-59 2,775................................... 1959-60 2,769................................... 2007-08 2,752................................... 2009-10 2,749................................... 2015-16 2,707................................... 1990-91 2,655................................... 2018-19 2,647................................... 1997-98

SCORING AVERAGE

Average Season 89.52................................... 1959-60 88.68................................... 1970-71 87.32................................... 1990-91 87.21................................... 1966-67 86.89................................... 1957-58 86.75................................... 1971-72 86.54................................... 1965-66 86.11................................... 1960-61 85.40................................... 1961-62 84.82................................... 1958-59

FIELD GOALS MADE FGM Season 1,075................................... 1958-59 1,059................................... 2016-17 1,040................................... 1959-60 1,036................................... 2017-18 1,027................................... 1997-98 1,007................................... 1990-91 985...................................... 1961-62 983...................................... 2007-08 972...................................... 1962-63 970...................................... 1966-67

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

FGA Season 2,374................................... 2017-18 2,355................................... 1958-59 2,333................................... 2016-17 2,313................................... 1961-62 2,265................................... 1962-63 2,249................................... 1959-60 2,237................................... 1956-57 2,228................................... 1997-98 2,215................................... 1955-56 2,214................................... 1951-52

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Pct. Season 51.4..................................... 1988-89 49.2..................................... 1981-82 49.0..................................... 1990-91 48.6..................................... 1984-85 48.4..................................... 1983-84 48.1..................................... 1982-83 48.0..................................... 1976-77 48.0..................................... 1985-86 47.8..................................... 1975-76 47.6..................................... 1977-78

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

FT Pct. Season 76.6..................................... 2017-18 74.5..................................... 2005-06 74.5..................................... 1930-31 74.2..................................... 2004-05 74.0..................................... 1976-77 73.7..................................... 1965-66 72.8..................................... 1964-65 72.6..................................... 1985-86 72.2..................................... 1962-63 72.1..................................... 2013-14 72.1..................................... 1969-70

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

3-FGM Season 371...................................... 2006-07 337...................................... 2005-06 322...................................... 2017-18 319...................................... 2004-05 275...................................... 2016-17 269...................................... 2018-19 264...................................... 2007-08 258...................................... 2013-14 257...................................... 2009-10 236...................................... 2003-04

REBOUNDS

Rebounds Season 1,680................................... 1955-56 1,617................................... 1954-55 1,563................................... 1958-59 1,542................................... 1959-60 1,487................................... 1961-62 1,480................................... 1956-57 1,467................................... 2009-10 1,448................................... 1962-63 1,446................................... 1951-52 1,445................................... 1957-58

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

3-FGA Season 989...................................... 2006-07 967...................................... 2005-06 911...................................... 2017-18 885...................................... 2004-05 852...................................... 2018-19 762...................................... 2009-10 759...................................... 2016-17 743...................................... 2007-08 719...................................... 2014-15 703...................................... 2008-09

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

Off. Rebounds Season 585...................................... 2009-10 575...................................... 2014-15 558...................................... 2015-16 554...................................... 1997-98 534...................................... 2016-17 532...................................... 2008-09 525...................................... 2018-19 521...................................... 2017-18 493...................................... 2011-12 491...................................... 1993-94

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

3-FG PCT Season 47.0..................................... 1984-85 44.5..................................... 1982-83 40.8..................................... 1989-90 38.3..................................... 1988-89 38.1..................................... 2013-14 37.5..................................... 2006-07 36.5..................................... 1991-92 36.2..................................... 2016-17 36.0..................................... 2004-05 36.0..................................... 2003-04

REBOUNDING AVERAGE

RPG Season 56.00................................... 1955-56 53.90................................... 1954-55 53.56................................... 1951-52 51.61................................... 1957-58 49.74................................... 1959-60 49.57................................... 1961-62 49.54................................... 1952-53 49.48................................... 1960-61 49.33................................... 1956-57 46.71................................... 1962-63

FREE THROWS MADE

FTM Season 734...................................... 1958-59 704...................................... 1954-55 695...................................... 1959-60 680...................................... 1956-57 657...................................... 1955-56 654...................................... 2015-16 621...................................... 2016-17 620...................................... 1963-64 611...................................... 2009-10 610...................................... 1962-63

ASSISTS

Assists Season 633...................................... 2006-07 607...................................... 2016-17 589...................................... 2009-10 578...................................... 2004-05 576...................................... 2005-06 571...................................... 2007-08 561...................................... 2017-18 554...................................... 1990-91 546...................................... 1991-92 532...................................... 1988-89

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

FTA Season 1,072................................... 1958-59 1,007................................... 1954-55 1,004................................... 1955-56 973...................................... 1959-60 972...................................... 2015-16 907...................................... 2016-17 969...................................... 1956-57 893...................................... 1961-62 889...................................... 1957-58 876...................................... 1963-64

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Steals Season 407...................................... 1997-98 376...................................... 2014-15 371...................................... 2016-17 343...................................... 2015-16 322...................................... 1990-91 309...................................... 1996-97 301...................................... 2017-18 295...................................... 2006-07 293...................................... 1988-89 283...................................... 1991-92

BLOCKED SHOTS

Blocks Season 192...................................... 2017-18 188...................................... 2007-08 176...................................... 2016-17 176...................................... 2003-04 159...................................... 2008-09 155...................................... 2009-10 142...................................... 1993-94 136...................................... 2010-11 131...................................... 1992-93 130...................................... 1991-92 130...................................... 2004-05

TURNOVERS

Turnovers Season 562...................................... 1980-81 557...................................... 2018-19 559...................................... 1982-83 526...................................... 1990-91 525...................................... 1983-84 518...................................... 1984-85 514...................................... 1991-92 498...................................... 2015-16 496...................................... 2001-02 492...................................... 1988-89

PERSONAL FOULS

Fouls Season 822...................................... 2015-16 821...................................... 2014-15 800...................................... 2017-18 768...................................... 1991-92 761...................................... 2016-17 710...................................... 2018-19 710...................................... 2007-08 701...................................... 1990-91 691...................................... 1959-60 686...................................... 2009-10


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RECORDS HOME

TEAM POINTS

Most: 132 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks, 11-25-94 Most by Opp: 109 by Coastal Carolina, 3-25-2019 Most in a Half: 69 vs. Virginia Tech, 2-20-65; George Washington, 12-4-65; Alaska-Fairbanks, 11-25-94 Fewest in a Half: 2 vs. Pitt, 1-17-31 Two-Team High: 224 vs. George Washington (127-97), 2-25-67 Two-Team Low: 29 vs. Penn State (16-13), 1906

TEAM FIELD GOALS

Most: 53 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks, 11-25-94

TEAM 3-POINT FIELD GOALS

Most: 20 vs. Marquette, 1-14-2006

TEAM FREE THROWS

Most Made: 41 vs. George Washington, 2-6-60 Most Made by Opp: 39 by Rhode Island, 2-22-86 Fewest Made: 1 vs. Washington & Jefferson, 3-10-24 Most Attempts: 55 vs. Pitt, 2-22-58 Fewest Attempts: 0 vs. Salem, 1-27-51 Most Missed: 22 vs. Pitt, 2-12-69; Rutgers, 1-14-89 Fewest Missed: 0 vs. Texas, 1-20-2018

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TEAM POINTS

INDIVIDUAL POINTS

Most in a Half: 37 by Mark Workman vs. VVMI, 2-1-52 Most: 54 by Rod Hundley vs. Furman, 1-5-57

INDIVIDUAL FIELD GOALS

Most: 22 by Mark Workman vs. Salem, 1-27-51; Rod Hundley vs. Furman, 1-5-57

INDIVIDUAL 3-POINT FIELD GOALS

TEAM 3-POINT FIELD GOALS

INDIVIDUAL FREE THROWS

TEAM FREE THROWS

Most Made: 18 by Juwan Staten vs. Kansas State, 2-1-2014 Most Made by Opp: 18 by Joe Holup of George Washington, 3-6-54; by Kenny Foster of Richmond, 12-6-69 Most Attempts: 21 by Juwan Staten vs. Kansas State, 2-1-2014 Most Attempts by Opp: 24 by Jim Anderson of Carnegie Tech, 2-21-23 Best Percent: 100% (14-14) by Skip Kintz vs. Davidson, 2-4-69 Most Missed by Opp: 11 by Dick Markowitz of George Washington, 2-6-60

Most Made: 45 vs. Mississippi Southern, 12-14-56 Fewest Made: 0 vs. Allegheny, 1-17-25; Fordham, 2-4-43; Syracuse, 2-20-2006 Most Attempts: 59 vs. Mississippi Southern, 12-14-56

TEAM REBOUNDS

Most: 76 vs. Purdue, 12-28-61

TEAM MISCELLANEOUS

Winning Streak: 11 in 1988-89 Losing Streak: 12 in 1950-51

INDIVIDUAL POINTS

INDIVIDUAL REBOUNDS

Most: 85 vs. George Washington, 2-6-60

TEAM PERSONAL FOULS

INDIVIDUAL ASSISTS

Winning Streak: 57 from last game of 1944 to last game of 1949 Losing Streak: 5 in 1999; 1954 Overtime Periods: 3 vs. Penn State, 1939; Virginia Tech, 1-26-72; Manhattan, 2-27-74; Virginia Tech, 2-2-83

Most: 51 vs. Virginia Military, 2-24-54 Fewest: 3 vs. Grove City, 1-23-26

Most: 18 vs. Louisville, 3-26-2005; vs. Radford, 12-19-2007

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TEAM FIELD GOALS

Most: 9 by Alex Ruoff vs. Radford, 12-23-08

Most: 31 by Jerry West vs. George Washington, 2-6-60

Most: 38 vs. Penn State, 3-5-51 Fewest: 2 vs. Marietta, 2-17-38 Two-Team High: 68 vs. Pitt (32-36), 2-12-64; George Washington (31-37), 2-23-83

Most: 120 vs. George Washington, 1-13-62 Most by Opp: 118 Northwestern (2OT), 12-27 58; by Syracuse, 2-11-67 Most in a Half: 72 vs. William & Mary, 2-26-60 Fewest: 5 vs. Allegheny, 1904; Allegheny, 1905; Smith Skating, 1907 Two-Team High: 227 vs. Northwestern (109 118/2OT), 12-27-58

Most: 16 by Steve Berger vs. Pitt, 12-9-89

Most in a Half: 35 by Rod Hundley vs. Wake Forest, 12-28-54 Most: 47 by Rod Hundley vs. Wake Forest, 12-28-54 Most by Opp: 55 by Austin Carr of Notre Dame, 2-21-70

INDIVIDUAL FIELD GOALS

INDIVIDUAL STEALS

Most: 11 by Drew Schifino vs. Arkansas Monticello, 12-1-2001

INDIVIDUAL BLOCKED SHOTS

Most: 9 by D’or Fischer vs. Rhode Island, 3-19 2004

INDIVIDUAL TURNOVERS

Most: 9, 12 times. Most recent by Jonathan Hargett vs. Duquesne, 12-19-2001

HOT ROD HUNDLEY

Most: 18 by Wil Robinson vs. Furman, 2-21-72

INDIVIDUAL 3-POINT FIELD GOALS

Most: 8 by Chris Leonard vs. Marshall, 1-22-92

NDIVIDUAL FREE THROWS

Most Made: 18 by Rod Thorn vs. George Washington, 1-12-63 Most Made by Opp: 17 by Barry Kramer of New York U., 3-16-63 Best Percent: 100% (14-14) by Pervires Greene vs. Ohio State, 12-30-93 Best Percent by Opp: 100% (13-13) by Cameron McGriff of Oklahoma State, 2-10-2018 Most Attempts: 23 by Rod Thorn vs. George Washington, 1-12-63 Most Attempts by Opp: 21 by Adrian Dantley of Notre Dame, 2-14-76

INDIVIDUAL REBOUNDS

Most: 31 by Mack Isner vs. Virginia Tech, 2-14-52

INDIVIDUAL ASSISTS

Most: 15 by Ron Williams vs. Davidson, 3-4-67

INDIVIDUAL STEALS

Most: 9 by Mike Boyd vs. UNC Charlotte, 12-21-90

INDIVIDUAL BLOCKED SHOTS

Most: 9 by Sagaba Konate vs. Baylor, 2-20-2018

INDIVIDUAL TURNOVERS

Most: 12 by Levi Phillips vs. Villanova, 2-2-74

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RECORDS INDIVIDUAL POINTS

Most in a Half: 26 by Stan Boskovich vs. Illinois State, 3-1-75 Most: 45 by Wil Robinson vs. Penn State, 2-24-71 Most in a Half by Opp: 29 by Gary Trent of Ohio, 12-18-93 Most by Opp: 47 by Austin Carr of Notre Dame, 2-20-71

INDIVIDUAL FIELD GOALS

Most: 17 by Wil Robinson vs. Virginia Tech, 1-26- 72; Wil Robinson vs. Penn State, 2-24-71 Most by Opp: 18 by Austin Carr of Notre Dame, 2-20-71

INDIVIDUAL 3-POINT FIELD GOALS

Most: 9 by Alex Ruoff vs. Radford, 12-23-2008 Most by Opp: 9 by CJ Massinburg of Buffalo, 11-9-2018

INDIVIDUAL FREE THROWS

Most: 18 by Juwan Staten vs. Kansas State, 2-1-2014 Most by Opp: 15 by Gary Trent of Ohio U., 12- 18-93; by Andrew Wiggins of Kansas, 3-8-2014 Most Attempted: 21 by Juwan Staten vs. Kansas State, 2-1-2014 Most Attempted by Opp: 23 by Brian Shorter of Pitt, 12-9-89 Most Missed: 9 by Darryl Prue vs. Duquesne, 3-1-87 Most Missed by Opp: 12 by Brian Shorter of Pitt, 12-9-89 Best Percentage: 100% (11-11) by Bob Huggins vs. Duquesne, 12-7-76 Best Percent by Opp: 100% (12-12) by Barry Parkhill of Virginia, 12-12-70

TEAM REBOUNDS

Most: 77 vs. Columbia, 12-10-71 Most by Opp: 62 by Virginia Tech, 3-6-71

TEAM FIELD GOALS

Most: 53 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks, 11-25-94 Most by Opp: 46 by Illinois State, 3-1-75

TEAM 3-POINT FIELD GOALS

Most: 20 vs. Marquette, 1-14-2006 Most by Opp: 16 by Bowling Green, 3-12-97

TEAM FREE THROWS

Most Made: 35 vs. Virginia Tech, 2-2-91; George Washington, 2-23-83; Pitt, 1-20-79 Most Made by Opp: 39 by Rhode Island, 2-22-86 Fewest Made: 1 vs. Syracuse, 2-11-78; Notre Dame, 2-8-2012 Fewest Made by Opp: 0 by Rutgers, 1-15-97; by Delaware State, 3-13-2007 Most Attempted: 56 vs. Virginia Tech, 2-2-91 Most Attempted by Opp: 51 by Pitt, 12-9-89 Fewest Attempted: 3 vs. Notre Dame, 2-8-2012; Georgia, 12-2-98; Syracuse, 2-11-78 Fewest Attempted by Opp: 0 by Delaware State, 3-13-2007 Most Missed: 22 vs. Rutgers, 1-14-89 Most Missed by Opp: 19 by Pitt, 12-14-91; Pitt, 12-9-89 Fewest Missed: 0 vs. Texas, 1-20-2018 Fewest Missed by Opp: 0 by Robert Morris (21-21), 12-22-98; Robert Morris (7-7), 12-19-96; St. Joseph’s (13-13), 12-21-87; Penn State (6-6), 2-19-75

INDIVIDUAL REBOUNDS

Most: 23 by Larry Harris vs. Rhode Island, 1-23-71 Most by Opp: 23 by Rudy Hackett of Syracuse, 2-11-74

INDIVIDUAL ASSISTS

Most: 16 by Steve Berger vs. Pitt, 12-9-89 Most by Opp: 15 by Carl Krauser of Pitt, 2-5-05

TEAM POINTS

Most: 132 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks, 11-25-94 Most by Opp: 109 by Coastal Carolina, 3-25-19 Fewest: 38 vs. Duquesne, 2-6-80 Fewest by Opp: 33 by Washington & Jefferson, 12-3-2005 Most in a Half: 69 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks, 11-25-94 Most in a Half by Opp: 63 by Kentucky, 12-7-70 Fewest in a Half: 12 vs. Duquesne, 2-6-80 Fewest in a Half by Opp: 8 by Washington & Jefferson, 12-3-2005 Two-Teams: 214 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks (132-82), 11-25-94 Lowest Two-Team: 83 vs. Maryland (41-42), 12-12-85 Margin of Victory: 61 by WVU vs. St. Bonaventure (125-64), 1-3-91 Margin of Victory by Opp.: 35 by Connecticut (80-45), 1-9-99

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TEAM PERSONAL FOULS

Most: 34 vs. TCU; 1-24-2015; Pitt, 12-9-89 Most by Opp: 37 by Virginia Tech, 2-2-91; George Washington, 2-23-83 Fewest: 3 vs. Washington & Jefferson, 12-3-2005 Fewest by Opp: 6 by Buffalo, 12-11-91 Most by Two-Teams: 68 vs. George Washington, 2-23-83 Fewest by Two-Teams: 15 vs. Washington & Jefferson, 12-3-2005

TEAM MISCELLANEOUS

Home Attendance: 209,164 in 2017-18 (17 games) Average Home Attendance: 12,377 in 2009-10(14 games) Largest Crowd: 16,704 vs. Pitt, 2-24-82 Winning Streak: 39 from 1980-83 Overtime Periods: 3 vs. TCU, 2-26-19, Virginia Tech, 2-2-83; Manhattan, 2-27-74; Virginia Tech, 1-26-72


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Points WVU Opp. 1,662 1,768 1,922 2,013

Captain Jerome Anderson Jerome Anderson, Levi Phillips 1974-75 14-13 2,197 2,124 Joedy Gardner Jerome Anderson, Scott McDonald 1975-76 15-13 2,245 2,171 Joedy Gardner Warren Baker, Stan Boskovich 1976-77 18-11 2,365 2,168 Joedy Gardner Russell Chapman, Bob Huggins, Tony Robertson 1977-78 12-16 2,127 2,113 Joedy Gardner Maurice Robinson 1978-79 16-12 1,995 2,012 Gale Catlett Dave Allara, Junius Lewis 1979-80 15-14 2,125 2,002 Gale Catlett Joe Fryz, Lowes Moore 1980-81 23-10 2,457 2,186 Gale Catlett Greg Nance 1981-82 27-4 2,299 1,973 Gale Catlett Phil Collins, Donnie Gipson, Noah Moore 1982-83 23-8 2,477 2,192 Gale Catlett Greg Jones, Russel Todd 1983-84 20-12 2,320 2,211 Gale Catlett Tim Kearney, Lester Rowe 1984-85 20-9 1,999 1,867 Gale Catlett Dale Blaney, Lester Rowe 1985-86 22-11 2,307 2,100 Gale Catlett Dale Blaney, Renardo Brown, Vernon Odom 1986-87 23-8 2,130 1,883 Gale Catlett None 1987-88 18-14 2,256 2,111 Gale Catlett None 1988-89 26-5 2,422 2,053 Gale Catlett Herbie Brooks, Darryl Prue 1989-90 16-12 2,190 2,062 Gale Catlett Steve Berger 1990-91 17-14 2,707 2,492 Gale Catlett Chris Brooks, Charles Becton 1991-92 20-12 2,552 2,390 Gale Catlett Chris Leonard, Tracy Shelton 1992-93 17-12 2,216 2,053 Gale Gatlett Jeremy Bodkin, Matt Roadcap, Tracy Shelton 1993-94 17-12 2,260 2,143 Gale Catlett None 1994-95 13-13 2,010 2,010 Gale Catlett None 1995-96 12-15 2,152 2,077 Gale Catlett Seldon Jefferson, Cyrus Jones 1996-97 21-10 2,502 2,282 Gale Catlett Seldon Jefferson, Damian Owens 1997-98 24-9 2,647 2,282 Gale Catlett Damian Owens, Adrian Pledger, Brent Solheim, Jarrod West 1998-99 10-19 1,934 2,063 Gale Catlett Tom Beynon, Marcus Goree, Elton Scott 1999-00 14-14 1,974 2,012 Gale Catlett Marcus Goree 2000-01 17-12 2,139 2,141 Gale Catlett Lionel Armstead, Brooks Berry, Calvin Bowman, Chris Moss 2001-02 8-20 2,045 2,209 Gale Catlett Chris Moss, John Oliver 2002-03 14-15 1,937 2,017 John Beilein Chaz Briggs, Josh Yeager 2003-04 17-14 2,035 2,041 John Beilein Jonathan Curran, Tyrone Sally 2004-05 24-11 2,501 2,335 John Beilein Johannes Herber, J.D. Collins, Tyrone Sally 2005-06 22-11 2,334 2,093 John Beilein Patrick Beilein, J.D. Collins, Mike Gansey, Johannes Herber, Kevin Pittsnogle 2006-07 27-9 2,610 2,245 John Beilein Darris Nichols, Rob Summers, Frank Young 2007-08 26-11 2,769 2,352 Bob Huggins Darris Nichols, Jamie Smalligan 2008-09 23-12 2,521 2,163 Bob Huggins Da’Sean Butler, Alex Ruoff 2009-10 31-7 2,752 2,414 Bob Huggins Da’Sean Butler, Wellington Smith 2010-11 21-12 2,303 2,134 Bob Huggins John Flowers, Joe Mazzulla, Cam Thoroughman 2011-12 19-14 2,346 2,194 Bob Huggins Darryl Bryant, Kevin Jones 2012-13 13-19 2,116 2,178 Bob Huggins Kevin Noreen 2013-14 17-16 2,546 2,422 Bob Huggins Gary Browne, Kevin Noreen, Juwan Staten 2014-15 25-10 2,542 2,338 Bob Huggins Gary Browne, Juwan Staten 2015-16 26-9 2,749 2,335 Bob Huggins Jevon Carter, Daxter Miles Jr. 2016-17 28-9 3,014 2,467 Bob Huggins Nathan Adrian, Tarik Phillip 2017-18 26-11 2,964 2,575 Bob Huggins Jevon Carter, Daxter Miles Jr. 2017-18 26-11 2,964 2,575 Bob Huggins Jevon Carter, Daxter Miles Jr. 2018-19 15-21 2,655 2,786 Bob Huggins Jermaine Haley Chase Harler

Points Year W/L WVU Opp. Head Coach Captain 1903-04 4-3 140 131 John A. Purinton Otis Cole 1904-05 6-9 434 337 Anthony Chez James Gronninger 1905-06 5-4 279 207 Anthony Chez Shelby Taylor 1906-07 4-8 263 365 Anthony Chez Earl Mason 1907-08 3-7 269 304 James Jenkins Earle Pearcy 1908-14 NO BASKETBALL 1914-15 10-10 597 510 George Pyle Stuart Race 1915-16 11-7 614 497 George Pyle Clay B. Hite 1916-17 8-8 576 413 George Pyle Frank Ice 1917-18 4-13 448 503 H.P. Mullennex Jack Latterner 1918-19 8-8 608 510 H.P. Mullennex Ira E. Rodgers 1919-20 12-10 603 601 Francis Stadsvold William Morrison 1920-21 11-9 605 614 Francis Stadsvold Homer Martin 1921-22 8-13 575 635 Francis Stadsvold Clem Kiger 1922-23 12-7 466 459 Francis Stadsvold Douglas Bowers 1923-24 14-2 497 369 Francis Stadsvold Pierre Hill 1924-25 6-11 423 483 Francis Stadsvold Roy M. Hawley 1925-26 10-11 569 641 Francis Stadsvold Nate Rohrbough 1926-27 10-8 555 517 Francis Stadsvold Wease Ashworth 1927-28 13-7 753 681 Francis Stadsvold Truehart Taylor 1928-29 16-6 862 714 Francis Stadsvold Jim Black 1929-30 11-10 725 662 Francis Stadsvold Marshall Glenn 1930-31 9-11 657 641 Francis Stadsvold Lawrence Plaster 1931-32 7-14 644 708 Francis Stadsvold John Doyle 1932-33 10-14 840 839 Francis Stadsvold Wilbur Sortet 1933-34 14-5 670 515 Marshall Glenn Bill Klug, Jess Weiner 1934-35 16-6 868 615 Marshall Glenn Joe Stydahar 1935-36 16-8 974 874 Marshall Glenn Albert Colebank 1936-37 9-14 877 897 Marshall Glenn John Phares 1937-38 6-13 697 739 Marshall Glenn Syd Marcus 1938-39 10-9 823 778 Dyke Raese Harry Lothes 1939-40 13-6 880 768 Dyke Raese Homer Brooks, Steve Chepko 1940-41 13-10 1,079 986 Dyke Raese Sam Mandich 1941-42 19-4 1,225 921 Dyke Raese Rudy Baric 1942-43 14-7 1,104 931 Rudy Baric Scotty Hamilton 1943-44 8-11 951 952 Harry Lothes None 1944-45 12-6 1,019 857 John Brickels None 1945-46 24-3 1,713 1,136 Lee Patton Bobby Carroll 1946-47 19-3 1,602 1,079 Lee Patton Leland Byrd 1947-48 17-3 1,329 1,035 Lee Patton Clyde Green, Fred Schaus 1948-49 18-6 1,530 1,257 Lee Patton Fred Schaus 1949-50 13-11 1,381 1,385 Lee Patton Eddie Beach, Eddie Sterling 1950-51 18-9 1,985 1,747 Red Brown Frank Rodriquez, Jack Shockey 1951-52 23-4 2,172 1,717 Red Brown Jim Coalter 1952-53 19-7 2,162 1,926 Red Brown Jim Sottile 1953-54 12-11 1,899 1,747 Red Brown Red Holmes 1954-55 19-11 2,406 2,378 Fred Schaus Frank Spadafore, Pete White 1955-56 21-9 2,369 2,231 Fred Schaus Willie Bergines, Garry Mullens, Paul Witting 1956-57 25-5 2,524 2,144 Fred Schaus Rod Hundley, Clayce Kishbaugh 1957-58 26-2 2,433 1,917 Fred Schaus Joedy Gardner, Lloyd Sharrar, Don Vincent 1958-59 29-5 2,884 2,462 Fred Schaus Ron Retton, Bob Smith 1959-60 26-5 2,775 2,351 Fred Schaus Willie Akers, Jerry West 1960-61 23-4 2,325 2,100 George King Lee Patrone, Jim Ritchie 1961-62 24-6 2,562 2,221 George King Paul Miller, Kenny Ward 1962-63 23-8 2,554 2,311 George King Rod Thorn 1963-64 18-10 2,178 2,108 George King Tom Lowry, Don Weir, Mike Wolfe 1964-65 14-15 2,315 2,322 George King Bob Camp 1965-66 19-9 2,423 2,334 Bucky Waters John Cavacini, John Lesher, Bill Ryczaj, Gary Shaffer 1966-67 19-9 2,442 2,248 Bucky Waters Ron Williams 1967-68 19-9 2,260 2,118 Bucky Waters Ron Williams 1968-69 12-14 2,015 2,095 Bucky Waters Greg Ludwig 1969-70 11-15 2,139 2,167 Sonny Moran Bob Hummell 1970-71 13-12 2,217 2,218 Sonny Moran Wil Robinson 1971-72 13-11 2,082 1,998 Sonny Moran Wil Robinson

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LEADERS SCORING

Year Avg. 1905 1906 1907 1908 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

Shelby Taylor Otis Cole Robert Strickler Richard Nebinger Eugene Kersting Ross H. Tuckwiller Frank Ice Harry Whetsell Homer Martin William Morrison Homer Martin Pierre Hill Pierre Hill Fred Funk Fred Funk Wease Ashworth Rudolph Hagberg Truehart Taylor Marshall Glenn Marshall Glenn Edwin Bartrug Edward Cubbon Joseph Stydahar Joseph Stydahar Jack Gocke Jack Gocke Jack Gocke Homer Brooks Homer Brooks James Ruch James Ruch Rudy Baric Joseph Walthall Earl Allara Bob Carroll Leland Byrd Fred Schaus Edward Beach Fred Schaus Mark Workman Mark Workman Mark Workman Jim Sottile Eddie Becker Rod Hundley Rod Hundley Rod Hundley Jerry West Jerry West Jerry West Rod Thorn Rod Thorn Rod Thorn Tom Lowry Robert Camp Ron Williams Ron Williams Ron Williams Bob Hummell Wil Robinson Wil Robinson Wil Robinson Warren Baker Warren Baker Stan Boskovich Tony Robertson Tony Robertson Lowes Moore Lowes Moore Lowes Moore Greg Jones Greg Jones Greg Jones Lester Rowe Lester Rowe Dale Blaney Wayne Yearwood Chris Brooks Herbie Brooks Tracy Shelton Chris Brooks

13.0 9.0 5.0 13.0 9.9 7.5 8.1 5.2 16.9 8.5 14.6 12.8 11.4 9.2 7.0 7.5 7.1 12.9 12.4 10.3 6.7 9.6 12.5 10.5 10.5 11.1 11.9 10.6 13.2 10.9 12.5 14.4 18.0 9.5 12.2 11.3 16.9 14.1 18.4 11.3 26.1 23.1 19.3 18.7 23.7 26.6 23.1 17.8 26.6 29.3 18.5 23.7 22.5 15.6 15.9 19.7 20.1 20.4 15.5 20.0 25.0 29.4 16.6 17.7 17.6 17.9 18.1 21.3 17.3 16.4 15.5 15.0 22.3 15.6 14.4 17.0 12.9 12.6 14.7 17.8 16.7

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Chris Leonard Pervires Greene Pervires Greene Seldon Jefferson Damian Owens Seldon Jefferson Damian Owens Marcus Goree Marcus Goree Calvin Bowman Chris Moss Drew Schifino D’or Fischer Tyrone Sally Kevin Pittsnogle Frank Young Joe Alexander Da’Sean Butler Da’Sean Butler Casey Mitchell Kevin Jones Eron Harris Juwan Staten Juwan Staten Jaysean Paige Jevon Carter Jevon Carter Sagaba Konate

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

17.2 15.1 18.6 14.9 14.6 15.6 16.5 16.5 14.5 17.6 17.5 20.1 10.8 12.2 19.3 15.3 16.9 17.1 17.2 13.6 19.9 9.8 18.1 14.2 13.7 13.5 17.3 13.6

ASSISTS

4.8 6.2 5.1 5.7 4.6 6.4 7.8 8.1 7.5 10.9 5.9 7.2 8.1 9.5 6.0 7.6 9.9

Year Avg. 1952 Ralph Holmes 6.2 1953 Not Available 1954 Ralph Holmes 4.9 1955 Rod Hundley 3.7 1956 Rod Hundley 3.4 1957 Rod Hundley 4.3 1958 Bob Smith 3.7 1959 Bob Smith 3.3 1960 Jerry West 4.3 1961 Lee Patrone 3.5 1962 Rod Thorn 4.1 1963 Rod Thorn 4.2 1964 Ricky Ray 3.4 1965 Bob Camp 2.5 1966 Ron Williams 5.5 1967 Ron Williams 7.0 1968 Ron Williams 5.5 1969 Wayne Grimm 2.9 1970 Bob Hummell 3.9 1971 Levi Phillips 3.2 1972 Curt Price 3.3 1973 Jerome Anderson 3.2 1974 Levi Phillips 5.3 1975 Earnest Hall 3.4 1976 Tony Robertson 3.6 1977 Bob Huggins 3.8 1978 Lowes Moore 3.5 1979 Lowes Moore 2.7 1980 Lowes Moore 4.4 1981 Greg Jones 4.7 1982 Greg Jones 3.6 1983 Greg Jones 4.1 1984 Dale Blaney 3.7 1985 Holman Harley 3.3 1986 Holman Harley 4.5 1987 Steve Berger 2.5 1988 Steve Berger 3.8 1989 Steve Berger 6.2 1990 Steve Berger 6.5 1991 Mike Boyd 5.8 1992 Marsalis Basey 5.3 1993 Marsalis Basey 5.4 1994 Marsalis Basey 5.1 1995 Seldon Jefferson 4.3 1996 Seldon Jefferson 5.1 1997 Seldon Jefferson 4.6 1998 Jarrod West 4.1 1999 Jarett Kearse 4.4 2000 Tim Lyles 4.5 2001 Tim Lyles 5.4 2002 Jonathan Hargett 4.6 2003 Johannes Herber 3.8 2004 Johannes Herber 3.3 2005 J.D. Collins 3.3 2006 Johannes Herber 4.4 2007 Alex Ruoff 5.3 2008 Darris Nichols 3.2 2009 Alex Ruoff 3.4 2010 Da’Sean Butler 3.1 2011 Joe Mazzulla 4.2 2012 Jabarie Hinds 3.3 2013 Juwan Staten 3.3 2014 Juwan Staten 5.8 2015 Juwan Staten 4.6 2016 Jevon Carter 3.3 2017 Jevon Carter 3.9 2018 Jevon Carter 6.6 2019 Jordan McCabe 2.5

REBOUNDS

Year Avg. 1952 Mark Workman 17.5 1953 Mack Isner 10.4 1954 Mack Isner 6.9 1955 Pete White 12.0 1956 Rod Hundley 13.1 1957 Lloyd Sharrar 14.8 1958 Lloyd Sharrar 13.8 1959 Jerry West 12.3 1960 Jerry West 16.5 1961 Rod Thorn 12.5 1962 Rod Thorn 12.1 1963 Tom Lowry 9.6 1964 Tom Lowry 10.5 1965 Robert Camp 9.8 1966 Bob Benfield 9.7 1967 Bob Benfield 11.5 1968 Carey Bailey 10.5 1969 Carey Bailey 10.2 1970 Larry Woods 9.1 1971 Sam Oglesby 9.5 1972 Mike Heitz 9.0 1973 Warren Baker 11.2 1974 Warren Baker 13.1 1975 Warren Baker 10.4 1976 Warren Baker 6.6 1977 Maurice Robinson 9.8 1978 Maurice Robinson 12.1 1979 Junius Lewis 6.4 1980 Greg Nance 7.6 1981 Greg Nance 6.9 1982 Russel Todd 5.5 1982 Lester Rowe 5.5 1983 Russel Todd 8.1 1984 Lester Rowe 6.9 1985 Lester Rowe 7.0 1986 Darrell Pinckney 6.0 1987 Darryl Prue 6.9 1988 Darryl Prue 8.2 1989 Ray Foster 6.8 1990 Charles Becton 7.6 1991 Chris Brooks 8.0 1992 Ricky Robinson 7.2 1993 Ricky Robinson 7.7 1994 Ricky Robinson 8.1 1995 Damian Owens 7.5 1996 Damian Owens 8.3 1997 Gordon Malone 8.6 1998 Brian Lewin 7.6 1999 Marcus Goree 7.9 2000 Marcus Goree 8.2 2001 Calvin Bowman 9.7 2002 Chris Moss 8.0

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Year Avg. 1978 Lowes Moore 1.6 1979 Joe Fryz 1.3 1980 Lowes Moore 1.8 1981 Greg Jones 2.2 1982 Greg Jones 1.9 1983 Greg Jones 2.9 1984 Dale Blaney 1.3 1985 Renardo Brown 1.7 1986 Holman Harley 1.8 1987 Darryl Prue 2.1 1988 Darryl Prue 2.1 1989 Steve Berger 2.2 1990 Steve Berger 1.8 Tracy Shelton 1.8 1991 Mike Boyd 2.1 1992 Mike Boyd 1.8 1993 Marsalis Basey 1.8 1994 Marsalis Basey 2.0 1995 Seldon Jefferson 2.0 1996 Damian Owens 1.7 1997 Damian Owens 2.1 1998 Damian Owens 3.0 1999 Elton Scott 2.7 2000 Marcus Goree 1.6 2001 Calvin Bowman 1.2 2002 Drew Schifino 2.0 2003 J.D. Collins 1.4 2004 Johannes Herber 1.4 2005 Johannes Herber Mike Gansey 1.6 2006 Mike Gansey 1.9 2007 Alex Ruoff 2.0 2008 Alex Ruoff 1.5 2009 Alex Ruoff 1.7 2010 Devin Ebanks 1.1 2011 Darryl Bryant 0.9 2012 Jabarie Hinds 1.7 2013 Juwan Staten 1.2 2014 Juwan Staten 1.2 2015 Jevon Carter 1.9 2016 Jevon Carter 1.7 2017 Jevon Carter 2.5 2018 Jevon Carter 3.0 2019 Jermaine Haley 1.1

BLOCKED SHOTS

Year Avg. 1978 Maurice Robinson 1.0 1979 Junius Lewis 0.7 1980 Greg Nance 0.8 1981 Greg Nance 0.8 1982 Donnie Gipson 0.8 1983 Tim Kearney 1.6 1984 Tim Kearney 1.3 1985 Darrell Pinckney 0.9 1986 Darrell Pinckney 0.6 1987 Darrell Pinckney 1.5 1988 Darryl Prue 1.0 1989 Ray Foster 1.1 1990 Chris Brooks 0.6 1991 Pervires Greene 1.1 1992 Pervires Greene 1.2 1993 Phil Wilson 2.0 1994 Phil Wilson 1.9 1995 Leon Agnew 1.0 Brent Solheim 1.0 1996 Damian Owens 1.2 1997 Gordon Malone 1.1 1998 Marcus Goree 1.1 1999 Marcus Goree 1.4 2000 Marcus Goree 2.5 2001 Calvin Bowman 1.1 2002 Chris Moss 0.8 2003 Kevin Pittsnogle 1.3 2004 D’or Fischer 4.0 2005 D’or Fischer 1.9 2006 Kevin Pittsnogle 1.2 2007 Joe Alexander 1.1 2008 Wellington Smith 1.6 2009 Wellington Smith 1.5 2010 Wellington Smith 1.0 2011 John Flowers 2.2 2012 Kevin Jones 1.0 2013 Aaric Murray 1.5 2014 Brandon Watkins 0.8 2015 Jonathan Holton 0.8 2016 Esa Ahmad 0.6 2017 Sagaba Konate 1.4 2018 Sagaba Konate 3.2 2019 Sagaba Konate 2.8


ALL-TIME

SCORES

1906-07 (4-8) // COACH ANTHONY CHEZ J26 21-46 L Westminster F2 20-16 W Bethany F9 60- 4 W Wilmerding YMCA F14 14-44 L W.U.P. (Pitt) F16 19-43 L Circleville F17 21-46 L Ohio Wesleyan F19 5-53 L Smith Skating Rink F20 9-20 L Ohio F21 27-40 L Marietta YMCA M2 26-20 W W.U.P. (Pitt) M9 27-13 W McKeesport M22 14-20 L Parkersburg YMCA

HOW IT ALL BEGAN

In 1903 intercollegiate basketball got its start at West Virginia University, primarily through the efforts of one student, John Alden Purinton, who had transferred to WVU from Denison College in Ohio, where he had played the sport. Purinton was the son of Dr. Daniel Boardman Purinton, who was WVU’s president and for whom the Purinton House of the Downtown Campus was named. Purinton talked it up among some of his interested fellow students and then served as manager/coach of West Virginia University’s first team. WVU had “class” basketball teams for several years prior to 1904 and thus a nucleus of players was available. Those teams played in the basement of the Old Commencement Hall, later called Reynolds Hall, located facing the main campus where the Mountainlair presently sits. The ceilings were low and a couple of posts supporting the upper story were in the middle of the playing floor, but this proved to be no real obstacle. The varsity team began playing in The Armory in 1904. The first team won four and lost three, fittingly enough, the initial victory coming by a score of 15-12 over a team from longtime rival Pitt, then officially known as the Western University of Pennsylvania. Those original four wins laid the foundation that has made WVU one of college basketball’s top 25 all-time winning teams. The mark stands at 1,772-1,100 over the 110 seasons of competition. -- Buck Martin

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1 SEASON/1908 // RECORD: 3-7 1907-08 (3-7) // COACH JAMES H. JENKINS J15 J18 J30 F8 F14 F26 F27 F28 F29 M7

D19 J8 J16 J23 J29 J30 F6 F8 F13 F20 F22 F23 F24 F25 F27 M4 M5 M6 M12 M13

W.U.P. (Pitt) Informal East Liberty East Liberty Allegheny Butler YMCA Nonpariel AC All-Stars

Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Meadville, Pa. Butler, Pa. Morgantown Butler, Pa.

Anthony CHEZ

3 SEASONS/1905-07 // RECORD: 15-21 1904-05 (6-9) // COACH ANTHONY CHEZ D30 J7 J14 J25 J26 J27 J28 F1 F4 F7 F8 F9 F10 F24 M4

42-15 62-16 35- 5 16-17 10-39 5-44 8-36 17-27 80- 1 16-24 17-25 25-31 22-40 38- 8 40- 9

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Fairmont YMCA Morgantown Big Eastern Five Morgantown East Liberty Morgantown Geneva Beaver Falls, Pa. Westminster Westminster, Pa. Allegheny Meadville, Pa. Grove City New Wilmington, Pa. Hiram Morgantown Waynesburg Morgantown Steubenville AC Steubenville, Ohio Mount Union Alliance, Ohio Buchtel (Akron) Buchtel, Ohio Hiram Hiram, Ohio All-Stars Morgantown W.U.P. (Pitt) Informal Morgantown

43-13 44-13 45- 0 20-44 31-42 18-37 25-30 37-15 16-13

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Waynesburg Wilmerding YMCA Independents Mount Union Allegheny Prep. School Wilmerding YMCA W.U.P. (Pitt) East Liberty Penn State

25-37 47-18 33-20 59-18 18-42 21-28 20-32 19-24 26-19 36- 1 17-24 26-12 50-29 42-19 22-19 31-38 27-31 20-36 21-37 37-26

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Davis & Elkins Elkins Fairmont YMCA Fairmont Fairmont YMCA Morgantown Davis & Elkins Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Bethany Morgantown Clarksburg Scholastics Morgantown Marietta Marietta, Ohio Chas. National Guard Charleston Charleston YMCA Charleston Huntington Presbyterian Huntington Marietta Morgantown Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Bethany Bethany West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Fairmont YMCA Fairmont

1915-16 (11-7) // COACH GEORGE PYLE J11 J14 J15 J17 J18 J29 F1 F8 F12 F15 F19 F21 F22 F26 F28 M4 M9 M11

1905-06 (5-4) // COACH ANTHONY CHEZ J13 J27 F9 F14 F15 F16 F17 F28 M6

Davis & Elkins W.U.P. (Pitt) Marietta Westminster Allegheny Bethany Marietta Ohio Parkersburg YMCA W.U.P. (Pitt)

1914-15 (10-10) // COACH GEORGE PYLE

1903-04 (4-3) // COACH JOHN A. PURINTON W W W L L W L

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1 SEASON/1904 // RECORD: 4-3 15-12 32-12 21-20 5-28 11-34 50-9 6-16

57- 8 20-58 40-25 27-17 18-27 32-50 11-48 20-22 24-28 19-20

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John A. PURINTON F20 F26 M3 M4 M5 M12 M18

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Circleville, Ohio Delaware, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Athens, Ohio Marietta, Ohio Morgantown Morgantown Parkersburg

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Alliance, Ohio Meadville, Pa. Wilmerding, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown

31-32 30-26 19-28 21-38 16-36 20-28 71-17 54-22 43-21 34-32 63-14 17-45 23-45 29-28 32- 7 38-20 30-29 43-29

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J5 J8 J11 J14 J18 J19 J20 J21 J22 J28 F8 F10 F12 F17 F18 F19 F22 F26 M5 M12

2 SEASONS/1918-19 // RECORD: 12-21 1917-18 (4-13) // COACH H.P. MULLENEX 41-10 20-30 9-33 25-26 38-23 24-36 21-32 66-11 20-21 18-21 10-32 23-41 36-47 16-42 26-35 26-35 29-28

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Salem Pitt Washington & Jefferson Marietta Fairmont Pitt Marietta Davis & Elkins Allegheny Syracuse Niagara Buffalo Colgate Army Penn State Washington & Jefferson Fairmont

Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington, Pa. Marietta, Ohio Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Meadville, Pa. Syracuse, N.Y. Buffalo, N.Y. Buffalo, N.Y. Hamilton, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. Morgantown Morgantown Fairmont

47-27 35-29 31-32 40-38 54-19 42-28 43-35 35-18 29-30* 30-36 24-39 39-46 22-43 72-21 30-33 35-36*

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Fairmont YMCA Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Marietta Marietta, Ohio Collegians Morgantown Marietta Morgantown Allegheny Morgantown Fairmont YMCA Fairmont Allegheny Meadville, Pa. Cornell Ithaca, N.Y. Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. Colgate Hamilton, N.Y. Rutgers New Brunswick, N.J. Davis & Elkins Morgantown Pitt Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Morgantown

J6 J10 J13 J18 J19 J20 J27 F3 F5 F6 F8 F14 F17 F21 F23 F24 M3 M7 M10

14 SEASONS/1920-33 // RECORD: 149-133 1919-20 (12-10) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD Yale Morgantown Davis & Elkins Morgantown Geneva Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny Meadville, Pa. Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. Marietta Morgantown Pitt Morgantown Fairmont Fairmont Carnegie Tech Morgantown Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. Cornell Ithaca, N.Y. Rochester Centrals Rochester, N.Y. Union Schenectady, N.Y. Rutgers New Brunswick, N.J. Penn State Morgantown

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51-21 48-31 35-24 34-26 14-52 19-47 28-30 18-27 14-36 39-25 29-24 24-32 26-42 32-45 21-25 29-24 39-32 32-21 30-26 43-24

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38-22 35-25 38-29 48-29 27-37 29-25 20-28 36-16 15-27 9-35 22-35 22-30 11-37 37-35 34-44 24-37 23-34 28-21 26-28 26-31 27-30

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1922-23 (12-7) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD

Francis STADSVOLD

D31 49-44* W J7 35-22 W J9 23-25 L J14 34-31 W J15 27-38 L J16 25-26 L J17 22-21 W J23 24-34 L J31 28-26 W F7 28-19 W F13 42-24 W F17 15-29 L F18 17-43 L F19 16-15 W F20 21-14 W F21 22-28 L F27 27-34 L

O

1921-22 (8-13) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD

1918-19 (8-8) // COACH H.P. MULLENEX J13 J16 J17 J18 J24 J31 F3 F7 F17 F18 F19 F20 F22 F27 M1 M8

O

1920-21 (11-9) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD

H.P. MULLENEX J8 J10 J11 J12 J19 J25 F9 F12 F18 F19 F20 F21 F22 F23 M2 M9 M12

B

34-11 24-22 30-24 21-26 16-29 28-29 9-38 27-20 17-14 16-28 15-31 25-23 23-16 44-25 28-26 33-32 33-28 21-14 22-23

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

Davis & Elkins Morgantown Waynesburg Morgantown Allegheny Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Grove City Grove City, Pa. Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. Grove City Morgantown Washington & Lee Huntington Virginia Charlottesville, Va. Takola Club Richmond, Va. Navy Annapolis, Md. Bucknell Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Carnegie Tech Morgantown Geneva Beaver Falls, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Pitt Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Washington & Jefferson Morgantown

1923-24 (14-2) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD J7 J9 J12 J17 J18 J26 F4

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31-17 41-28 49-28 25-23* 31-21 30-26 21-24

W W W W W W L

Alderson-Broaddus Salem Allegheny Pitt Allegheny Grove City Kentucky

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Meadville, Pa. Morgantown Lexington, Ky.


R

F5 F6 F8 F16 F22 F23 M1 M4 M10

39-29 44-31 33-20 29-21 19-17 21-23 28-14 27-22 29-25

W W W W W L W W W

Centre Transylvania Charleston AC West Virginia Wesleyan Grove City Washington & Jefferson Pitt West Virginia Wesleyan Washington & Jefferson

E

C

O

R

D

Danville, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Charleston Morgantown Grove City, Pa. Washington, Pa. Morgantown Buckhannon Morgantown

F1 F4 F6 F7 F11 F15 F18 F24 F25 F28 M3 M7 M10

1924-25 (6-11) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD J5 J7 J10 J16 J17 J23 J31 F2 F3 F7 F11 F13 F20 F21 F28 M3 M11

38-32 28-20 22-34 30-22 14-24 21-34 32-37 19-29 26-31 17-41 28-30 23-25 19-18 19-26 35-25 27-23 25-32

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

Salem Waynesburg Allegheny Pitt Allegheny Marietta Washington & Lee Kentucky Marietta Grove City Duquesne West Virginia Wesleyan Washington & Jefferson Grove City Pitt West Virginia Wesleyan Washington & Jefferson

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Meadville, Pa. Morgantown Charleston Lexington, Ky. Marietta, Ohio Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Washington, Pa. Grove City, Pa. Morgantown Buckhannon Morgantown

42-33 24-26 29-21 30-27 52-30 23-38 11-28 33-35* 40-34 16-39 20-36 15-25 26-51 33-22 13-42 27-30 29-26 37-30 20-18 24-30 25-20

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

J3 J5 J9 J12 J16 J18 J31 F2 F6 F9 F11 F12 F13 F15 F16 F20 F22 F23 F26 M2 M6 M9

Salem Morgantown Carnegie Tech Morgantown Allegheny Morgantown Grove City Morgantown George Washington Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Grove City Grove City, Pa. West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Washington & Lee Charleston George Washington Washington, D.C. Navy Annapolis, Md. Maryland College Park, Md. Catholic University Washington, D.C. Duquesne Morgantown Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny Meadville, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Pitt Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Washington & Jefferson Morgantown Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa.

30-25 32-18 28-26 37-20 29-23 17-37 21-29 48-29 44-26 42-54 26-31 12-27 20-23 33-43 47-26 30-25 32-19 27-36

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

J2 J4 J10 J14 J18 J25 J29 F1 F3 F4 F5 F7 F8 F12 F15 F19 F22 F26 M1 M5 M8

Salem Morgantown Carnegie Tech Morgantown Allegheny Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Waynesburg Morgantown Washington & Lee Huntington Kentucky Lexington, Ky. Wittenburg Springfield, Ohio Grove City Morgantown Grove City Grove City, Pa. Allegheny Meadville, Pa. Pitt Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Clarksburg Washington & Jefferson Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Davis & Elkins Clarksburg

32-20 37-29 36-27 32-21 26-51 35-31 34-41

W W W W L W L

Salem Carnegie Tech West Virginia Wesleyan Allegheny Pitt Grove City Detroit

43-34 44-42 47-24 55-41 43-46 28-29 30-24 33-30 37-29 28-39 42-45 33-41 58-37

K

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

West Virginia Wesleyan Washington & Lee Virginia Tech Charleston Senators Davis & Elkins Washington & Jefferson Grove City Carnegie Tech Allegheny Davis & Elkins Pitt Davis & Elkins Washington & Jefferson

Morgantown Huntington Bluefield Charleston Morgantown Washington, Pa. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Meadville, Pa. Elkins Morgantown Clarksburg Washington, Pa.

26-23 54-19 37-18 47-25 44-21 40-35 44-30 24-42 50-26 37-42 49-27 45-36 39-34* 29-40 49-44 38-29 46-31 44-35 33-21 19-41 43-49 25-46

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

Salem Morgantown Carnegie Tech Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Grove City Morgantown Marshall Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Davis & Elkins Morgantown Geneva Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Washington & Lee Huntington Virginia Tech Bluefield Virginia Charlottesville, Va. Army West Point, N.Y. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Georgetown Washington, D.C. Allegheny Morgantown Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. Grove City Grove City, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Pitt Morgantown Davis & Elkins Elkins Washington & Jefferson Morgantown

19-45 39-29 34-27 33-27 39-40 17-24 51-24 50-34 31-34 29-35 36-41 21-53 28-26 26-28 50-28 31-28 19-21 48-35 47-26 46-30 33-25

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

Nebraska Morgantown Carnegie Tech Morgantown Georgetown Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Penn State Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Salem Morgantown Washington & Lee Huntington Georgetown Washington, D.C. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Army West Point, N.Y. Rider Trenton, N.J. New York University New York, N.Y. Duquesne Morgantown Geneva Morgantown Waynesburg Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Marshall Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Pitt Morgantown

1930-31 (9-11) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD J5 J8 J10 J14 J17 J28 J31 F4 F7 F9 F10 F11 F12 F14 F21 F25 F28

1927-28 (13-7) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD J4 J7 J11 J13 J20 J21 J31

O

1929-30 (11-10) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD

1926-27 (10-8) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD J5 J8 J12 J15 J21 J22 J27 F5 F7 F8 F12 F18 F19 F26 M3 M9 M12 M15

O

1928-29 (16-6) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD

1925-26 (10-11) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD J6 J9 J11 J16 J19 J22 J23 J28 F8 F9 F10 F12 F13 F16 F19 F20 F23 F27 M3 M8 M9

B

Morgantown Morgantown Buckhannon Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Grove City, Pa. Fairmont

46-33 29-36 36-42 36-22 15-17 35-26 33-40 35-45 34-38 35-29 28-37 41-36 38-22 27-37 40-49 38-35* 30-23

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

Salem Morgantown Allegheny Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Marshall Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Geneva Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Bethany Morgantown Washington & Lee Huntington Georgetown Washington, D.C. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Navy Annapolis, Md. Georgetown Morgantown Penn State State College, Pa. Army Morgantown Duquesne Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa.

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M3 M7 M11

26-35 33-15 22-24

L W L

Carnegie Tech Washington & Jefferson Pitt

E

C

O

R

D

Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown

25-26 27-46 42-35 35-31 27-35 50-38* 30-31 31-45 26-46 26-42 21-39 25-21 50-28 42-33 26-27 16-29 29-38 31-45 44-25 19-22 22-26

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

1903-04 1919-20 1919-20 1929-30 1934-35 1940-41 1941-42 1941-42 1941-42 1941-42

West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Geneva Morgantown Temple Morgantown Bethany Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Salem Morgantown Washington & Lee Beckley Georgetown Washington, D.C. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Army West Point, N.Y. Crescent AC Brooklyn, N.Y. Carnegie Tech Morgantown Georgetown Morgantown Penn State State College, Pa. Creighton Morgantown Duquesne Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Morgantown Pitt Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon

35-29 32-35 24-27 42-34 38-39 20-42 53-28 47-45 25-47 30-42 28-42 30-33 59-36 1- 0 34-44 39-48 35-40 25-32 58-31 35-22 46-28 44-36 35-45 25-34

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

D15 J2 J5 J9 J12 J17 J19 J26 J30 F1 F4 F8 F9 F11 F13 F16 F22 M2 M7 M9 M13 M18

Salem Morgantown Carnegie Tech Morgantown Temple Morgantown Bethany Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Marietta Marietta, Ohio Washington & Lee Bluefield Georgetown Washington, D.C. New York University New York, N.Y. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Morgantown Georgetown Morgantown Penn State State College, Pa. Geneva Morgantown Davis & Elkins Elkins Duquesne Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Allegheny Morgantown Davis & Elkins Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Pitt Morgantown Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa.

D28 D30 D31 J4 J8 J10 J11 J17 J25 F1 F5 F8 F10 F11 F15 F17 F22 F26 F29 M3 M5 M7 M11

1933-34 (14-5) // COACH MARSHALL GLENN W W L W L W W W W W W L W L W W W W L

West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Maryland Cumberland, Md. Carnegie Tech Morgantown Georgetown Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington & Lee Charleston West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Bucknell Morgantown Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Georgetown Washington, D.C. Washington & Jefferson Morgantown Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Penn State Morgantown Duquesne Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Bucknell Lewisburg, Pa. Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. Temple Morgantown Pitt Morgantown

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West Virginia 15, W.U.P. Informal 12 (first varsity basketball win) West Virginia 49, Yale 44 (OT) West Virginia 34, Washington & Jefferson 31 West Virginia 33, Pitt 25 West Virginia 43, Pitt 26 (gave WVU a tie for 1st place in the Eastern League; first win over Pitt after 9 straight losses) West Virginia 56, Kentucky 43 West Virginia 77, Salem 63 (game that got WVU in the NIT) West Virginia 58, Long Island 49 (OT; NIT first round) West Virginia 51, Toledo 39 (NIT semifinals) West Virginia 47, Western Kentucky 45 (NIT championship)

51-28 39-29 37-34 41-25 37-24 29-16 27-35 34-35 47-28 51-15 43-41 51-21 26-40 38-16 21-32 48-23 30-51 45-32 43-13 65-16 43-26 22-35

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

West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Maryland Cumberland, Md. Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. Waynesburg Morgantown Salem Morgantown Temple Morgantown Duquesne Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Carnegie Tech Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon George Washington Morgantown Bucknell Lewisburg, Pa. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Georgetown Washington, D.C. Navy Annapolis, Md. Bucknell Morgantown Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Georgetown Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Morgantown Pitt Morgantown Pitt Morgantown

D14 32-25 W Waynesburg

5 SEASONS/1934-38 // RECORD: 61-46 32-24 26-24 29-32 37-32 21-42 41-27 28-25 61-13 25-22 31-26 44-19 20-51 45-18 33-40 39-36 57-18 37-12 38-27 26-27

K

1935-36 (16-8) // COACH MARSHALL GLENN

Marshall GLENN D16 J5 J6 J13 J27 F2 F3 F5 F10 F12 F14 F15 F17 F27 M1 M3 M6 M7 M10

O

1934-35 (16-6) // COACH MARSHALL GLENN

1932-33 (10-14) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD J4 J7 J11 J14 J25 J28 F3 F4 F6 F8 F9 F11 F15 F17 F18 F22 F25 F27 M1 M4 M6 M8 M11 M14

O

GREATEST WINS

1931-32 (7-14) // COACH FRANCIS STADSVOLD J6 J9 J13 J16 J29 F3 F6 F8 F9 F10 F11 F17 F19 F20 F22 F25 F27 M1 M5 M8 M10

B

47-41 24-25 37-50 33-24 54-31 45-43 34-42 42-36 27-41 41-55 55-22 40-35 51-26 36-42* 28-42 26-38 54-31 41-36 35-33 50-34 41-26 58-54 43-42

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

Morgantown Western Reserve Cleveland, Ohio Michigan State Lansing, Mich. Marietta Marietta, Ohio Carnegie Tech Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Dickinson Harrisburg, Pa. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Temple Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Salem Morgantown Penn State State College, Pa. Maryland Cumberland, Md. Georgetown Washington, D.C. George Washington Morgantown Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. Penn State Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Morgantown Duquesne Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Georgetown Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Pitt Morgantown

1936-37 (9-14) // COACH MARSHALL GLENN D12 D31 J2 J5 J7 J12 J16 J19 J30 F2 F5 F6

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42-35 42-29 32-34 63-42 41-32 21-27 37-46 21-28 36-44 40-48 38-40 30-45

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

Waynesburg Morgantown Marietta Marietta, Ohio Akron Akron, Ohio West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Georgetown Morgantown Salem Clarksburg Carnegie Tech Morgantown Penn State State College, Pa. Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Duquesne Morgantown Temple Philadelphia, Pa. St. John’s New York, N.Y.


R

F8 F13 F17 F19 F20 F24 F27 M3 M6 M10 M13

23-51 24-25 36-31 33-39 49-47# 41-42* 45-38 45-28 47-59 49-39 42-48

L L W L W L W W L W L

E

C

O

R

D

35-29 34-30 32-38 29-33 42-23 29-33 31-34 40-43 38-47 32-51 36-40 47-39 29-30 41-44 42-43 34-44 38-69 50-34 38-35

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

D10 D12 D16 J6 J8 J11 J17 J18 J20 J24 F5 F8 F11 F13 F15 F17 F19 F22 F26 F28 M1 M4 M8

Alumni Morgantown Baltimore Rochester, N.Y. Marietta Marietta, Ohio Carnegie Tech Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Penn State State College, Pa. Temple Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. George Washington Cumberland, Md. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Georgetown Washington, D.C. Georgetown Morgantown Marietta Morgantown Penn State Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Pitt Morgantown

1938-39 (10-9) // COACH DYKE RAESE W W W L W L W W L L L W L W L W L W L

West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Marietta Marietta, Ohio Salem Morgantown Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Georgetown Morgantown Temple Morgantown Temple Philadelphia, Pa. St. John’s Brooklyn, N.Y. Georgetown Washington, D.C. George Washington Cumberland, Md. Marietta Morgantown Penn State Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Penn State State College, Pa. Carnegie Tech Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Morgantown Pitt Morgantown

50-29 60-36 44-39 38-47 46-42 51-50 55-28 43-54 23-32 52-20 41-54 40-38 44-32 43-29 49-68 42-23 51-55 66-57 42-35

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

44-58 34-46 61-48 59-45 66-55 56-43 47-43 35-44 35-43 63-43 35-29 40-31 45-56 38-39 55-36 43-32 37-44 41-51 46-22 47-34 65-39 50-54 37-51

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

Ohio State Columbus, Ohio Kentucky Lexington, Ky. West Liberty Wheeling Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Kentucky Morgantown Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio Michigan State East Lansing, Mich. Toledo Toledo, Ohio West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Penn State State College, Pa. Michigan State Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. George Washington Washington, D.C. Cincinnati Morgantown Bethany Pittsburgh, Pa. Army West Point, N.Y. Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Morgantown Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Carnegie Tech Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Mt. Hope Duquesne Morgantown

Rudy BARIC

1 SEASON/1943 // RECORD: 14-7 1942-43 (14-7) // COACH RUDY BARIC D12 D16 D19 J6 J9 J13 J16 J23 J26 J30 F3 F4 F6 F10 F13 F17 F20 F24 F27 M6 M9

1939-40 (13-6) // COACH DYKE RAESE D16 D20 J6 J10 J13 J18 J20 J25 F7 F9 F10 F12 F15 F17 F20 F24 F28 M2 M9

K

D13 54-33 W Geneva Morgantown D19 63-36 W Maryland Cumberland, Md. J7 22-30 L Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. J10 50-40 W Youngstown Morgantown J12 48-40 W Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. J16 58-33 W Penn State Morgantown J21 58-44 W West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon F4 66-47 W Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. F7 59-36 W West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown F11 57-40 W Army West Point, N.Y. F14 41-27 W Maryland College Park, Md. F16 80-41 W Bethany Morgantown F18 48-34 W Navy Annapolis, Md. F20 39-46 L Temple Philadelphia, Pa. F21 66-49 W Washington & Jefferson Morgantown F23 74-33 W Carnegie Tech Morgantown F25 30-44 L Penn State State College, Pa. F28 38-39 L Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. M7 41-33 W Duquesne Morgantown M11 77-63 W Salem Clarksburg National Invitation Tournament M17 58-49* W Long Island New York, N.Y. M23 51-39 W Toledo New York, N.Y. M25 47-45 W Western Kentucky New York, N.Y.

4 SEASONS/1939-42 // RECORD: 55-29 43-29 63-35 46-43 43-49 46-35 31-37 42-33 37-34 50-51 32-40 37-39* 45-28 43-46+ 45-42 40-54 54-50 43-45 40-39 43-49

O

1941-42 (19-4) // COACH DYKE RAESE

Dyke RAESE D10 D31 J3 J7 J11 J14 J18 F3 F4 F6 F10 F11 F15 F18 F22 M1 M4 M8 M11

O

1940-41 (13-10) // COACH DYKE RAESE

Georgetown Washington, D.C. Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. Penn State Morgantown George Washington Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Marietta Morgantown Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Temple Morgantown Pitt Morgantown

1937-38 (6-13) // COACH MARSHALL GLENN D18 D30 J1 J8 J12 J15 J18 J29 J31 F5 F7 F12 F17 F19 F26 M2 M5 M9 M12

B

Bethany Morgantown Marietta Marietta, Ohio Carnegie Tech Morgantown Kentucky Lexington, Ky. Temple Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Marietta Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Penn State State College, Pa. Lafayette Elizabeth, N.J. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Georgetown Washington, D.C. Washington & Jefferson Morgantown George Washington Cumberland, Md. Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Penn State Morgantown Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. Pitt Morgantown

65-32 57-34 60-47* 63-50 33-48 51-52 50-37* 36-52 42-44 32-27 50-35 52-46 44-42 40-54 69-50 43-33 47-48 46-63 82-64 56-37 86-36

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

Bethany Morgantown Alderson-Broaddus Morgantown West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. New York University New York, N.Y. St. Bonaventure Buffalo, N.Y. Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Penn State Morgantown Army West Point, N.Y. Fordham New York, N.Y. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Penn State State College, Pa. Waynesburg Morgantown Navy Annapolis, Md. Washington & Jefferson Morgantown Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. Pitt Morgantown Duquesne Morgantown Salem Morgantown

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O

R

D

B

Harry LOTHES

1943-44 (8-11) // COACH HARRY LOTHES 51-31 60-51 83-28 45-47 39-51 36-49 42-39 50-45 32-46 45-76 31-58 48-68 48-51 49-67 55-59 45-42 68-59 57-60 67-25

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

Fairmont 217th MPs West Virginia Tech Juniata Long Island Rochester Washington & Jefferson Carnegie Tech Temple Muhlenberg Army Washington & Jefferson Geneva Navy Pitt Bethany Geneva Pitt Carnegie Tech

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown New York, N.Y. Buffalo, N.Y. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Allentown, Pa. West Point, N.Y. Washington, Pa. Morgantown Annapolis, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Beaver Falls, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown

1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1949-50 1951-52 1956-57 1957-58 1957-58 1957-58 1957-58 1958-59 1958-59 1958-59 1958-59 1959-60 1959-60

D4 D11 D14 D18 J4 J9 J11 J25 J29 F1 F4 F8 F12 F15 F18 F22 F26 M1 M8 National M15 M19 M24

1 SEASON/1945 // RECORD: 12-6 1944-45 (12-6) // COACH JOHN BRICKELS 68-36 39-34 113-32 65-56 41-40 27-53 67-48 68-27 52-50 47-73 44-54 40-60 78-42 34-55 50-47 68-39 66-35 Invitation 52-76

W Fairmont Morgantown W Penn State Morgantown W Salem Morgantown W Long Island New York, N.Y. W New York University Buffalo, N.Y. L Penn State State College, Pa. W Carnegie Tech Morgantown W Virginia Military Huntington W Geneva Morgantown L Army West Point, N.Y. L Temple Philadelphia, Pa. L Navy Annapolis, Md. W Bethany Morgantown L Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. W Pitt Morgantown W Newt. D. Baker Army Hosp. Martinsburg W Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. Tournament L DePaul New York, N.Y.

D5 D8 D18 D20 J3 J8 J10 J14 J24 J27 J31 F4 F10 F14 F18 F20 F25 F28 M2 M6

5 SEASONS/1946-50 // RECORD: 91-26 1945-46 (24-3) // COACH LEE PATTON 83-37 63-39 42-41* 47-26 68-43 83-23 88-30 59-51 52-35 48-45 62-37 67-43 72-45 42-48 69-41 65-63 64-30 61-41 77-34 45-50 35-33 73-42 81-61 81-41 Invitation 70-58 51-59 65-40

1946-60

W Glenville Morgantown W Fairmont Morgantown W Penn State Morgantown W Newt. D. Baker Army Hosp. Martinsburg W Ashford Gen. Army Hosp. White Sulphur Springs W Waynesburg Morgantown W St. Vincent Morgantown W Long Island New York, N.Y. W Canisius Buffalo, N.Y. W Penn State State College, Pa. W Carnegie Tech Morgantown W Alderson-Broaddus Morgantown W Geneva Morgantown L Temple Philadelphia, Pa. W Lehigh Bethlehem, Pa. W Army West Point, N.Y. W Bethany Morgantown W Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. W Washington & Jefferson Morgantown L Navy Annapolis, Md. W Maryland College Park, Md. W Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. W Pitt Morgantown W Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. Tournament W St. John’s New York, N.Y. L Kentucky New York, N.Y. W Muhlenberg New York, N.Y.

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WVU 70, St. John’s 58 (NIT) WVU 69, Bradley 60 (NIT) WVU 68, North Carolina S. 64 WVU 58, North Carolina 50 (Dixie Classic, Raleigh) WVU 100, New York U. 75 (Madison Square Garden) WVU 83, Duke 82 (Birmingham Classic finals) WVU 77, at Kentucky 70 (KIT) WVU 75, North Carolina 64 (KIT) WVU 76, at Villanova 75 (Palestra) WVU 113, at George Washington 107 (2OT) WVU 101, Duke 63 WVU 76, at Tennessee 72 WVU 96, St. Joseph’s 92 (NCAA, Charlotte) WVU 94, Louisville 79 (NCAA, Louisville) WVU 79, Kentucky 70 (KIT finals) WVU 87, UCLA 73 (LA Classic)

85-45 76-37 81-41 40-37 88-48 72-42 63-43 91-34 83-60 85-47 76-45 52-41 55-57 90-40 80-60 55-51 83-56 72-59 92-48 Invitation 69-60 62-64 52-64

W Fairmont Morgantown W Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. W Maryland Morgantown W Penn State Morgantown W Salem Morgantown W St. Francis, N.Y. New York, N.Y. W Canisius Buffalo, N.Y. W Bethany Morgantown W Waynesburg Morgantown W Temple Philadelphia, Pa. W Morris Harvey Morgantown W Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. L Navy Annapolis, Md. W Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. W Temple Morgantown W Penn State State College, Pa. W Washington & Jefferson Morgantown W Pitt Morgantown W Carnegie Tech Morgantown Tournament W Bradley New York, N.Y. L Utah New York, N.Y. L North Carolina State New York, N.Y.

1947-48 (17-3) // COACH LEE PATTON

Lee PATTON D1 D5 D8 D13 D16 D19 J5 J9 J12 J16 J19 J26 J30 F2 F4 F6 F9 F13 F16 F20 F23 F27 M2 M9 National M14 M18 M19

K

1946-47 (19-3) // COACH LEE PATTON

John BRICKELS D9 D15 J6 J10 J13 J17 J20 J24 J27 J31 F3 F10 F17 F21 F24 F28 M3 National M19

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GREATEST WINS

1 SEASON/1944 // RECORD: 8-11 D17 D20 J5 J8 J12 J15 J19 J26 J29 J31 F2 F5 F9 F12 F16 F19 F24 F26 M4

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Fairmont Fairmont Brigham Young Morgantown North Carolina State Morgantown Fairmont Morgantown Washington & Lee Morgantown Manhattan New York, N.Y. Niagara Buffalo, N.Y. Penn State State College, Pa. Bethany Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Virginia Military Morgantown Penn State Morgantown Navy Annapolis, Md. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Geneva Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Morgantown Bradley Morgantown Temple Morgantown Pitt Morgantown

1948-49 (18-6) // COACH LEE PATTON D1 D4 D10 D14 D18 D20 D25 D28 J1 J7 J11

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Bethany Morgantown Alderson-Broaddus Morgantown North Carolina State Raleigh, N.C. Wake Forest Morgantown Bucknell Morgantown Arizona Morgantown Bradley Peoria, Ill. Rutgers Morgantown Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio Niagara Buffalo, N.Y. City College of New York New York, N.Y.


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Davis & Elkins Bethany Kansas State New Mexico Ohio Wesleyan Temple Fordham

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North Carolina Raleigh, N.C. Penn State Raleigh, N.C. Georgia Tech Raleigh, N.C. Geneva Morgantown Niagara Buffalo, N.Y. City College of New York New York, N.Y. Waynesburg Morgantown Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio Virginia Morgantown Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. Cincinnati Morgantown Penn State State College, Pa. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Washington & Jefferson Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Penn State Morgantown Pitt Morgantown

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown

1950-51 (18-9, 9-3 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/2ND) // COACH RED BROWN D2 71-60 W West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown D6 78-67 W Virginia Tech Morgantown D9 93-51 W Bethany Morgantown D16 64-55 W South Carolina Morgantown D18 69-63 W Wake Forest Morgantown D20 95-66 W George Washington Morgantown D30 67-68 L Arizona Morgantown J2 62-44 W Western Reserve Morgantown J6 76-83 L Niagara Buffalo, N.Y. J9 54-76 L New York University New York, N.Y. J13 73-77 L Duke Durham, N.C. J15 62-49 W North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C. J17 53-56 L South Carolina Columbia, S.C. J20 79-75 W Waynesburg Morgantown J27 87-38 W Salem Morgantown J30 72-79 L Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. J31 99-69 W Virginia Military Lexington, Va. F1 88-70 W Washington & Lee Lexington, Va. F3 94-59 W Miami, Ohio Morgantown F6 76-60 W Richmond Charleston F10 60-76 L Penn State State College, Pa. F14 70-64 W Maryland College Park, Md. F17 56-52 W Pitt Morgantown F21 76-60 W Washington & Jefferson Morgantown F26 72-74 L Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Southern Conference Tournament M1 67-88 L William & Mary Raleigh, N.C. M5 72-68 W Penn State Morgantown

Morgantown Morgantown New York, N.Y. Niagara, N.Y. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Blacksburg, Va. Lexington, Va. Lexington, Va. Morgantown Morgantown State College, Pa. Morgantown Raleigh, N.C. Raleigh, N.C.

Morgantown Fayetteville Morgantown College Park, Md. Williamsburg, Va. Richmond, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown New York, N.Y. Blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Durham, N.C. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Lexington, Va. Charlottesville, Va. State College, Pa Morgantown Raleigh, N.C. Raleigh, N.C.

1953-54 (12-11, 6-4 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/4TH) // COACH RED BROWN D2 96-92 W Carnegie Tech D8 75-106 L George Washington D12 102-72 W Washington & Lee D14 87-71 W Maryland D19 64-67 L Duke D22 67-74 L Richmond D30 88-81 W Columbia J5 74-87 L St. John’s J9 76-78 L William & Mary J13 66-74 L Penn State J16 59-70 L Pitt F1 80-85 L Richmond F3 111-68 W Virginia Tech F4 92-80 W New York University F6 68-85 L Penn State F10 84-64 W Waynesburg F13 81-56 W Virginia Military F16 64-83 L Pitt F20 101-67 W Virginia Tech F24 117-74 W Virginia Military F27 89-61 W Washington & Lee Southern Conference Tournament M4 84-69 W William & Mary M5 74-83 L George Washington

1951-52 (23-4, 15-1 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/1ST) // COACH RED BROWN W W L W W

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4 SEASONS/1951-54 // RECORD: 72-31

72-41 78-53 81-83* 83-72 39-36

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1949-50 (13-11) // COACH LEE PATTON D3 59-44 D9 62-60 D12 44-49 D14 53-47 D17 67-48 D21 57-46 D23 61-37 Dixie Classic D28 58-50 D29 41-46 D30 48-63 J3 68-58 J7 63-70 J10 55-80 J14 64-50 J19 59-69 F1 65-46 F4 55-62 F11 64-69# F15 56-82 F18 52-85 F22 63-60 F25 53-55 M1 59-56 M4 59-53

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West Virginia Wesleyan Morgantown Virginia Tech Morgantown George Washington Washington, D.C. Richmond Richmond, Va. Maryland Morgantown

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Morgantown Washington, D.C. Fayetteville Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown New York, N.Y. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Richmond, Va. Morgantown Morgantown State College, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Fayetteville Williamson Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown


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1954-55 (19-11, 9-1 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/1ST) // COACH FRED SCHAUS Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Raleigh, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. New York, N.Y. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Lexington, Va. Blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Richmond, Va. Morgantown Durham, N.C. State College, Pa. Fayetteville Parkersburg Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown

New York, N.Y.

D3 92-79 W Carnegie Tech Morgantown D6 85-71 W Furman Morgantown D9 80-71 W Washington & Lee Fayetteville D13 79-94 L George Washington Washington, D.C. D17 71-92 L North Carolina State Raleigh, N.C. D20 89-74 W Richmond Morgantown Orange Bowl Classic D28 78-69 W Florida State Miami Beach, Fla. D29 70-60 W Columbia Miami Beach, Fla. D30 83-78 W Miami, Fla. Miami Beach, Fla. J3 98-84 W Washington & Lee Morgantown J6 53-54 L Villanova Philadelphia, Pa. J7 71-87 L LaSalle Philadelphia, Pa. J9 89-66 W Virginia Military Morgantown J11 66-68 L Carnegie Tech Pittsburgh, Pa. J13 81-79 W Penn State Morgantown J18 84-70 W Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. J28 76-73 W Furman Charlotte, N.C. J30 103-68 W Virginia Military Bluefield F4 78-84 L Richmond Richmond, Va. F6 69-84 L Memphis State Morgantown F8 76-73 W Penn State University Park, Pa. 1 F11 84-62 W Virginia Tech Morgantown F13 105-90 W William & Mary2 Norfolk, Va. F16 82-75 W St. John’s New York, N.Y. F22 97-88 W William & Mary3 Morgantown F25 77-94 L Pitt Morgantown Southern Conference Tournament M1 59-53 W Davidson Richmond, Va. M2 77-74 W Furman Richmond, Va. M3 58-56 W Richmond Richmond, Va. NCAA Tournament M13 59-61* L Dartmouth New York, N.Y.

1958-59 (29-5, 11-0 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/1ST) // COACH FRED SCHAUS D1 76-67 W Furman28 Greenville, S.C. D2 82-71 W Virginia Military29 Bluefield D6 78-63 W Penn State Morgantown 30 D9 89-61 W The Citadel Morgantown D12 101-63 W Duke Morgantown D13 72-75 L Virginia Charleston 31 D16 98-67 W Richmond Richmond Kentucky Invitational Tournament D19 67-49 W Oklahoma State Lexington, Ky. D20 91-97 L Kentucky Lexington, Ky. D27 109-118# L Northwestern Chicago, Ill. D29 76-72 W Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. J2 80-52 W Yale Morgantown J5 100-66 W Furman32 Morgantown J8 89-81* W Penn State University Park, Pa. J10 77-66 W Canisius Buffalo, N.Y. 33 J13 88-76 W William & Mary Morgantown J23 74-72 W Western Kentucky Louisville, Ky. J26 77-67 W George Washington34 Washington, D.C. 35 J30 82-76 W William & Mary Norfolk, Va. F3 73-64 W Pitt Morgantown

1956-57 (25-5, 12-0 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/1ST) // COACH FRED SCHAUS Virginia Military4 Morgantown Florida State Morgantown Washington & Lee5 Fayetteville Penn State Morgantown

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Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala.

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D3 109-50 W Virginia Military16 Morgantown D7 105-67 W Furman17 Morgantown D11 84-50 W Penn State Morgantown D13 68-52 W William & Mary18 Logan D14 74-69 W Washington & Lee19 Fayetteville D17 76-74* W Richmond20 Morgantown Kentucky Invitational Tournament D20 77-70 W Kentucky Lexington, Ky. D21 75-64 W North Carolina Lexington, Ky. J2 86-66 W Canisius Morgantown J4 100-71 W Washington & Lee21 Morgantown J8 76-75 W Villanova Philadelphia, Pa. J11 93-66 W George Washington22 Morgantown J15 71-64 W Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. J25 109-84 W Furman23 Greenville, S.C. J27 68-72 L Duke Durham, N.C. J31 103-51 W Florida State Morgantown F6 87-78 W St. John’s New York, N.Y. F8 72-60 W Richmond24 Richmond, Va. F10 82-68 W William & Mary25 Morgantown F12 104-58 W Virginia Military26 Bluefield F15 74-71 W Penn State University Park, Pa. F17 98-66 W Detroit Morgantown F22 99-86 W Pitt Morgantown 27 M1 113-107# W George Washington Washington, D.C. Southern Conference Tournament M6 91-61 W Davidson Richmond, Va. M7 81-70 W Richmond Richmond, Va. M8 74-58 W William & Mary Richmond, Va. NCAA Tournament M11 84-89 L Manhattan New York, N.Y.

Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va.

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1957-58 (26-2, 12-0 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/1ST) // COACH FRED SCHAUS

1955-56 (21-9, 10-2 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/T-1ST) // COACH FRED SCHAUS

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D18 105-74 W Richmond6 Morgantown D22 107-79 W North Carolina State Morgantown Dixie Classic D27 67-73 L Duke Raleigh, N.C. D28 66-83 L Utah Raleigh, N.C. D29 77-79 L Iowa Raleigh, N.C. J5 110-95 W Furman7 Morgantown J8 89-86 W Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. J12 92-70 W Villanova Morgantown 8 J14 81-72 W William & Mary Norfolk, Va. 9 J26 90-82 W Furman Charlotte, N.C. 10 J29 59-54 W Virginia Tech Fayetteville F1 105-72 W St. John’s Morgantown F4 89-57 W Virginia Military11 Bluefield F7 83-77 W New York University New York, N.Y. 12 F9 87-81 W Richmond Richmond, Va. F12 93-82 W George Washington13 Morgantown F16 65-80 L Penn State University Park, Pa. F23 107-93 W Pitt Morgantown 14 F25 80-57 W William & Mary Morgantown 15 M1 77-75 W George Washington Washington, D.C. Southern Conference Tournament M7 71-51 W Davidson Richmond, Va. M8 83-62 W Richmond Richmond, Va. M9 67-52 W Washington & Lee Richmond, Va. NCAA Tournament M12 56-64 L Canisius New York, N.Y.

6 SEASONS/1955-60 // RECORD: 146-37 D1 91-63 W Waynesburg D4 68-60 W Carnegie Tech D11 96-86 W Washington & Lee D13 72-66 W Richmond Birmingham Classic D17 86-82 W Wake Forest D18 82-96 L Alabama Dixie Classic D27 79-92 L Duke D28 94-96 L Wake Forest D29 79-71 W Cornell J4 78-79 L New York University J6 98-82 W Virginia Tech J8 69-70 L Carnegie Tech J11 80-102 L Westminster J15 71-59 W Virginia Military J22 101-77 W Virginia Military J24 64-61 W Virginia Tech J29 88-74 W Pitt J31 67-106 L Richmond F2 68-77* L Penn State F5 75-115 L Duke F9 58-84 L Penn State F12 96-85 W Washington & Lee F14 95-81 W William & Mary F16 93-86 W Pitt F19 83-74 W George Washington F26 94-71 W Rutgers Southern Conference Tournament M3 73-66 W Virginia Military M4 89-74 W Washington & Lee M5 58-48* W George Washington NCAA Tournament M8 61-95 L La Salle

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Sugar Bowl Tournament D29 98-70 W Tulane D30 86-82* W Memphis State J5 87-72 W Virginia Military J7 105-90 W Furman J9 94-74 W Syracuse J12 105-87 W George Washington J14 77-82 L Villanova J18 73-68 W Pitt J21 83-72 W Virginia Tech J28 76-69 W William & Mary J30 96-87 W Furman J31 102-91 W Virginia Military F4 86-78 W North Carolina State F9 75-60 W New York University F11 93-88 W Richmond F14 80-78 W Penn State F18 92-84 W Pitt F21 71-68 W Penn State F25 104-90 W George Washington Southern Conference Tournament M2 89-71 W Virginia Military M3 76-88 L William & Mary

1959-60 (26-5, 9-2 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/2ND) // COACH FRED SCHAUS D1 93-78 W Tennessee Morgantown D4 98-76 W The Citadel39 Charleston, S.C. D5 96-63 W Furman40 Greenville, S.C. D8 84-62 W Richmond41 Morgantown D12 104-74 W Penn State Morgantown D14 91-76 W Virginia Military42 Morgantown Kentucky Invitational Tournament D18 87-86 W St. Louis Lexington, Ky. D19 79-70 W Kentucky Lexington, Ky. Los Angeles Classic D28 66-47 W Stanford Los Angeles, Calif. D29 87-73 W UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. D30 45-65 L California Los Angeles, Calif. J5 95-79 W Furman43 Morgantown J9 75-73 W Penn State University Park, Pa. J11 94-74 W William & Mary44 Morgantown J13 102-81 W Virginia Charleston J16 89-81 W Villanova Morgantown J27 76-66 W Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. J30 86-94 L William & Mary Norfolk, Va. F1 101-71 W Virginia Military Bluefield F6 101-79 W George Washington Morgantown F8 98-69 W New York University Morgantown F11 73-79 L St. John’s New York, N.Y. F13 103-57 W Richmond Richmond F17 93-97 L George Washington Washington, D.C. F20 89-75 W Pitt Morgantown Southern Conference Tournament F25 90-83 W Virginia Military Richmond, Va. F26 117-83 W William & Mary Richmond, Va. F27 82-72 W Virginia Tech Richmond, Va. NCAA Tournament M8 94-86 W Navy New York, N.Y. M11 81-82* L New York University Charlotte, N.C. M12 106-100 W St. Joseph’s Charlotte, N.C.

New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Washington, D.C. Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Norfolk, Va. Greenville, S.C. Bluefield Charleston New York, N.Y. Richmond, Va. Morgantown Morgantown University Park, Pa. Morgantown Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va.

1961-62 (24-6, 12-1 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/1ST) // COACH GEORGE KING D2 69-53 W William & Mary D5 90-56 W Virginia Military D8 78-70 W The Citadel D9 96-79 W Furman D12 97-61 W Richmond D16 79-67 W Penn State D18 65-69 L Duke Los Angeles Classic D27 83-84 L Utah D28 79-86 L Purdue D30 73-58 W Army J3 101-79 W Virginia Military J6 88-82 W Villanova J9 85-81 W Virginia Tech J13 120-68 W George Washington J15 82-73 W Richmond J20 88-78 W Pitt J27 70-61 W William & Mary J29 82-85 L Virginia Tech J31 101-99 W Wake Forest F3 82-81* W North Carolina State F7 80-76 W Pitt F10 87-62 W George Washington F15 75-85 L New York University F17 86-72 W Syracuse F20 79-60 W Penn State F24 101-86 W Furman Southern Conference Tournament M1 97-75 W Richmond M2 86-73 W George Washington M3 88-72 W Virginia Tech NCAA Tournament M12 75-90 L Villanova

George KING

5 SEASONS/1961-65 // RECORD: 102-43

Morgantown Charleston Charleston, S.C. Greenville, S.C. Morgantown University Park, Pa. Morgantown Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Washington, D.C. Richmond, Va. Morgantown Norfolk, Va. Blacksburg, Va. Charleston Greensboro, N.C. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown New York, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Morgantown Morgantown Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Philadelphia, Pa.

1960-61 (23-4, 11-1 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/1ST) // COACH GEORGE KING D3 D6 D9 D10 D13 D17

74-72* 80-83 80-73 64-66 75-72 104-85

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William & Mary The Citadel Wake Forest Duke Richmond Virginia

1962-63 (23-8, 11-2 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/1ST) // COACH GEORGE KING

Morgantown Morgantown Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Morgantown Charleston

D1 86-61 W The Citadel D4 100-74 W Virginia Military D8 69-76 L Ohio State D11 78-59 W Richmond Kentucky Invitational Tournament D21 70-65 W Oregon State D22 75-79 L Kentucky Holiday Festival D26 65-64* W Boston College D28 94-82 W St. Bonaventure D29 74-92 L Illinois J3 86-74 W Virginia Military J5 104-71 W Furman J8 89-73 W Davidson J12 100-97 W George Washington J16 89-73 W Penn State J19 86-83 W Virginia Tech J26 71-111 L Duke J28 58-59 L Furman J30 114-67 W Florida

44 STRAIGHT WINS From 1956 to 1960, West Virginia won an NCAA record 44 consecutive regular-season league games as a member of the Southern Conference. The streak began with an 84-62 win against Virginia Tech in 1955-56 and continued for nearly three more seasons. During the streak, WVU won 32 of the 44 games by 10 or more points, and only four times in that span won by less than five. William & Mary, a team that WVU beat nine times during the streak, ended the Mountaineers’ run with a 9486 defeat in 1959-60. Other victims during the streak included Furman (eight times), Richmond (seven), Virginia Military (seven), George Washington (six), Washington & Lee (three), the Citadel (two) and Virginia Tech (two). The 44 games are indicated by bold, superscripted numerals that look like 27 in the all-time scores.

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Philadelphia, Pa. College Park, Md. College Park, Md.

Greenville, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Charleston College Park, Md. Morgantown Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Morgantown Charlotte, N.C. Morgantown Washington, D.C. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Charleston Blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Richmond, Va. Morgantown University Park, Pa. Morgantown

Charleston Morgantown Morgantown Champaign, Ill. Morgantown Milwaukee, Wis. Milwaukee, Wis. Morgantown Raleigh, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. New York, N.Y. Charlotte, N.C. Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Beckley Morgantown Charleston Washington, D.C. Charleston Richmond, Va. College Park, Md. Morgantown University Park, Pa. Morgantown Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C.

1966-67 (19-9, 9-1 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/1ST) // COACH BUCKY WATERS D1 59-55 W East Carolina D3 73-67 W William & Mary D7 99-75 W Virginia Military D10 90-88 W Illinois D13 103-75 W Richmond Far West Classic D28 86-92 L Washington State D29 93-88 W Minnesota D30 87-107 L St. Louis J7 93-97# L Davidson J11 81-82* L Maryland J16 91-77 W Virginia Military J18 102-78 W Pitt J21 99-102 L Penn State J25 97-84 W Detroit J28 61-58 W Maryland F1 86-83 W Davidson F4 75-91 L Duke F6 81-62 W Pitt F9 71-83 L St. John’s F11 104-118 L Syracuse F14 83-67 W Penn State F17 105-93 W Richmond F18 94-73 W George Washington F25 127-97 W George Washington Southern Conference Tournament M2 82-53 W East Carolina M3 82-70 W Richmond M4 81-65 W Davidson NCAA Tournament M11 57-68 L Princeton

Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C.

Morgantown Greenville, S.C. Morgantown Charleston College Park, Md. Morgantown Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Morgantown Morgantown Washington, D.C. Richmond, Va. Morgantown Charleston Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Blacksburg, Va. Morgantown University Park, Pa. Durham, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Morgantown Syracuse, N.Y. Jamaica, N.Y. Morgantown

Morgantown Charleston Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Portland, Ore. Portland, Ore. Portland, Ore. Charlotte, N.C. Morgantown Charleston Pittsburgh, Pa. University Park, Pa. Morgantown College Park, Md. Morgantown Greensboro, N.C. Morgantown Jamaica, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Morgantown Richmond, Va. Washington, D.C. Morgantown Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Blacksburg, Va.

1967-68 (19-9, 9-2 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/2ND) // COACH BUCKY WATERS D2 83-66 D6 65-63 D9 72-82 D11 81-86 D13 87-66 D22 77-57 Holiday Festival D26 71-98 D28 83-100 J3 90-92* J6 71-55 J10 75-79

Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Philadelphia, Pa.

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1964-65 (14-15, 8-6 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/4TH) // COACH GEORGE KING D1 73-75 L The Citadel D5 65-61 W Furman D8 67-65 W Richmond D11 79-73 W Virginia Military D12 80-73* W Maryland D14 72-63 W William & Mary Kentucky Invitational Tournament D18 78-102 L Kentucky D19 67-71 L Dayton J2 106-85 W Furman J6 87-79 W Virginia Military J8 74-79 L George Washington J9 71-74 L Richmond J11 86-72 W Pitt J14 77-86 L Davidson J16 79-80 L Penn State J26 76-75 W Pitt J30 74-82 L Virginia Tech F1 111-90 W George Washington F3 72-89 L Penn State F6 89-109 L Duke F8 80-103 L Davidson F10 78-87 L Maryland F13 81-83 L Syracuse F15 61-80 L St. John’s F20 127-73 W Virginia Tech Southern Conference Tournament F25 94-83 W George Washington F26 74-72* W Davidson F27 70-67# W William & Mary NCAA Tournament M8 67-91 L Providence

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Pittsburgh, Pa. Blacksburg, Va. Norfolk, Va. Morgantown Richmond, Va. University Park, Pa. Morgantown

1963-64 (18-10, 11-3 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE/2ND) // COACH GEORGE KING N30 67-65 W Furman D2 58-53 W The Citadel Centennial Classic D6 79-72 W St. John’s D7 81-86 L Duke D10 79-71 W Richmond D13 64-68 L Virginia Military D14 72-74 L Maryland D18 78-73 W William & Mary Los Angeles Classic D26 86-92 L Illinois D27 65-81 L Southern California D28 69-66 W Yale J2 57-65 L Furman J4 82-93 L Davidson J9 75-73 W Virginia Military J11 93-74 W George Washington J15 84-63 W Penn State J18 76-92 L Pitt J29 75-73 W Davidson F1 81-73 W Virginia Tech F5 91-67 W Maryland F8 82-75 W George Washington F12 86-84 W Pitt F15 74-66 W Richmond F17 104-85 W Syracuse F19 76-86 L Penn State F22 79-77 W Virginia Tech Southern Conference Tournament F27 85-73 W William & Mary F28 80-88 L George Washington

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William & Mary St. John’s Florida Detroit Richmond Virginia Military

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Columbia LaSalle Virginia Military George Washington Maryland

Morgantown Morgantown Charleston Detroit, Mich. Morgantown Morgantown New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Beckley Washington, D.C. College Park, Md.


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Morgantown Morgantown University Park, Pa. Morgantown Greenville, N.C. Charleston Charlotte, N.C. Charleston Morgantown Richmond, Va. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown

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East Carolina William & Mary Maryland Virginia Tech Richmond UCLA

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Santa Clara Arizona George Washington William & Mary Virginia Military Davidson Virginia Military St. John’s Penn State Pitt George Washington Davidson Maryland Pitt Duke Richmond Penn State Syracuse Virginia Tech Florida

Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. New York, N.Y.

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Charleston Morgantown Los Angeles, Calif.

D1 113-92 W D5 101-95 W D7 100-106 L Mountaineer Classic D11 74-71 W D12 91-94* L Quaker City Classic D26 83-100 L D28 82-92 L J9 57-66 L J13 74-83 L J16 82-100 L J20 71-62 W J23 107-90 W J27 98-100* L J30 105-96 W F3 95-91 W F6 93-79 W F11 85-109 L F13 90-102 L F17 93-82 W F20 98-107 L F24 101-89 W F27 83-81 W M1 71-72 L M3 66-64 W M6 104-95 W

5 SEASONS/1970-74 // RECORD: 57-68 1969-70 (11-15) // COACH SONNY MORAN Lexington, Ky. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown

Notre Dame New Mexico William & Mary Maryland Davidson Pitt Florida Ohio State Penn State Hawaii Davidson George Washington Virginia Tech Duke Furman Syracuse Penn State Notre Dame Maryland Virginia Tech Pitt

New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Hampton, Va. College Park, Md. Charlotte, N.C. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Columbus, Ohio University Park, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Fort Myer, Va. Charleston Durham, N.C. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Notre Dame, Ind. Morgantown Blacksburg, Va. Morgantown

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1970-71 (13-12) // COACH SONNY MORAN

Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Fort Myer, Va. Fort Eustis, Va. Beckley Charlotte, N.C. Morgantown Jamaica, N.Y. University Park, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown College Park, Md. Morgantown Charleston Richmond, Va. Morgantown Syracuse, N.Y. Morgantown Jacksonville, Fla.

Kentucky William & Mary Richmond St. John’s George Washington

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1960-61 WVU 86, Memphis St. 82 (OT; Sugar Bowl finals; Lee Patrone 33 pts) 1960-61 WVU 86, North Carolina St. 78 (Charleston; comeback from 20 pt deficit) 1961-62 WVU 88, Virginia Tech 72 (won Southern Conf tournament) 1962-63 WVU 68, at Pitt 67 (controversial) 1963-64 WVU 75, Davidson 73 (Charleston; halted a Davidson 15-game win streak; game ended on a goaltend) 1964-65 WVU 70, William & Mary 67 (2OT; Southern Conference final in Charlotte) 1965-66 WVU 94, No. 1 Duke 90 (Charleston) 1965-66 WVU 102, North Carolina 97 (Raleigh) 1966-67 WVU 90, Illinois 88 (put WVU in Top 20) 1967-68 WVU 89, Davidson 86 (OT) 1970-71 WVU 113, Colgate 92 (first game at Coliseum) 1970-71 WVU 101, Penn State 89 (Wil Robinson scores 45 pts) 1971-72 WVU 97, at Notre Dame 87 1973-74 WVU 101, Manhattan 100 (3OT; Warren Baker scores 31 pts)

Sonny MORAN

D1 87-106 L D3 106-80 W D6 97-72 W D9 60-76 L D13 90-89 W Sugar Bowl Tournament D29 80-84 L D30 95-91 W J3 76-83 L J7 76-83 L J10 80-92 L J14 67-66* W J17 88-87* W J19 70-84 L J21 69-81 L J24 121-65 W J27 82-87 L J31 92-91* W F4 75-76 L F7 70-82 L F11 80-87 L F14 94-84 W F18 58-57 W F21 78-114 L F25 83-78 W F28 78-80 L M3 87-92 L

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1968-69 (12-14) // COACH BUCKY WATERS N30 82-75 D2 89-74 D4 86-65 D7 81-70 D11 79-80 D21 56-95 Rainbow Classic D26 58-72 D30 60-77 J4 100-81 J6 75-71 J8 68-65 J11 71-102 J15 84-87 J18 62-91 J22 62-64 J28 87-90 F1 98-88 F4 79-94 F8 84-91 F12 89-69 F15 90-88 F17 86-78 F19 67-81 F22 83-95 F26 82-77 M3 57-75

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Colgate Furman Kentucky

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown

Army Virginia

Morgantown Morgantown

St. Joseph’s St. Francis, Pa. Davidson Ohio State St. John’s Penn State Rhode Island North Carolina State George Washington Pitt Davidson Rutgers Syracuse Virginia Tech Notre Dame Penn State Maryland Florida Pitt Virginia Tech

Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Charlotte, N.C. Morgantown Jamaica, N.Y. University Park, Pa. Morgantown Raleigh, N.C. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown New York, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Charleston Morgantown Morgantown College Park, Md. Gainesville, Fla. Morgantown Morgantown

1971-72 (13-11) // COACH SONNY MORAN D1 103-86 W D4 70-66 W D6 87-75 W Mountaineer Classic D10 106-53 W D11 98-94* W J8 95-78 W J10 76-91 L J12 88-73 W J15 64-77 L J18 83-87 L J22 80-101 L J26 101-105# L J29 69-72 L F3 97-87 W F5 84-81 W F9 88-89* L F12 79-85 L F16 87-71 W F19 87-99 L F21 96-99* L F23 79-80 L F26 78-77 W M1 83-82 W M4 104-90 W

East Carolina California-Irvine North Carolina State

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown

Columbia Northwestern Davidson Pitt Bucknell Penn State Lafayette Davidson Virginia Tech George Washington Notre Dame Navy Virginia Syracuse William & Mary Richmond Furman Penn State Manhattan Virginia Tech Pitt

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown University Park, Pa. Morgantown Charlotte, N.C. Morgantown Fort Myer, Va. Notre Dame, Ind. Morgantown Charleston Morgantown Morgantown Richmond, Va. Greenville, S.C. Morgantown Morgantown Blacksburg, Va. Morgantown

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1972-73 (10-15) // COACH SONNY MORAN D2 63-62 W D4 55-48 W Mountaineer Classic D8 53-46 W D9 51-63 L D19 59-77 L J10 102-69 W J13 62-77 L J16 75-63 W J20 79-73 W J23 60-61 L J27 63-62 W J31 75-89 L F3 88-85# W F5 64-77 L F7 71-68 W F10 62-82 L F13 75-78 L F15 66-69 L F17 68-86 L F19 59-62* L F22 73-92 L F24 64-68 L F27 59-58 W M1 63-77 L M6 53-76 L

Massachusetts Richmond Air Force California Wisconsin Cornell Penn State Lehigh Villanova Lafayette George Washington Virginia Davidson Pitt Rutgers Syracuse Richmond William & Mary Virginia Tech Penn State Notre Dame George Washington Pitt Manhattan Virginia Tech

Morgantown Morgantown Madison, Wis. Morgantown University Park, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Charlottesville, Va. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Charleston Syracuse, N.Y. Morgantown Williamsburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Fort Myer, Va. Morgantown New York, N.Y. Blacksburg, Va.

Pitt Wake Forest

Morgantown Morgantown

California Oregon State Wisconsin

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown

Washington Texas Brigham Young George Washington Penn State Virginia Tech Davidson Richmond George Washington Virginia Villanova Rutgers Duquesne Syracuse Virginia Tech Richmond Penn State Notre Dame Manhattan Pitt

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F8 84-81 F12 77-83 F17 82-84* F19 65-66 F22 79-73 F26 68-78 M1 99-105 ECAC Tournament M7 75-73 M8 61-62

Morgantown Richmond, Va.

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Syracuse Pitt Richmond Penn State St. Francis, Pa. Virginia Tech Illinois State

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Pitt Georgetown

Syracuse, N.Y. Pittsburgh, Pa. Richmond, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown

1975-76 (15-13) // COACH JOEDY GARDNER N29 84-40 W Hunter College Morgantown D3 80-93 L Wake Forest Winston-Salem, N.C. D6 79-90 L Purdue Morgantown D10 78-71 W Temple Morgantown Lobo Invitational Tournament D29 89-76 W New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M. D30 68-82 L California Albuquerque, N.M. J3 97-75 W Syracuse Morgantown J7 61-70 L Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. J10 84-80* W Davidson Charlotte, N.C. J12 80-114 L Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. J14 92-74 W City College of New York Morgantown J21 76-72 W Duquesne Morgantown J24 69-64 W Penn State University Park, Pa. J26 78-81 L Virginia Tech Morgantown J28 71-58 W Virginia Morgantown J31 77-86 L Duke Durham, N.C. F3 67-59 W St. Francis, Pa. Morgantown F5 76-86 L Rutgers New York, N.Y. F7 58-75 L Villanova Philadelphia, Pa. F11 85-72 W Pitt Morgantown F14 77-97 L Notre Dame Notre Dame, Ind. F18 103-87 W Penn State Morgantown F21 76-89 L George Washington Morgantown F23 56-66 L Cincinnati Charleston F25 109-84 W Richmond Morgantown M1 91-67 W New Hampshire Morgantown ECAC Tournament M5 97-99 L George Washington Morgantown M6 87-64 W Villanova Morgantown

1973-74 (10-15) // COACH SONNY MORAN D1 82-78 W D4 74-86 L Mountaineer Classic D7 76-74 W D8 78-74 W D19 62-69 L Far West Classic D27 79-96 L D28 80-79 W D29 83-85 L J9 71-74* L J12 55-71 L J16 80-82 L J19 74-77 L J23 79-76 W J26 64-66 L J30 90-85* W F2 75-68 W F7 73-80 L F9 70-75 L F11 78-77 W F16 94-83 W F18 83-84 L F20 63-83 L F23 80-108 L F27 101-100+ W M2 78-83 L

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Portland, Ore. Portland, Ore. Portland, Ore. Charleston Morgantown Blacksburg, Va. Charlotte, N.C. Morgantown Fort Myer, Va. Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. New York, N.Y. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Richmond, Va. University Park, Pa. Notre Dame, Ind. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa.

1976-77 (18-11, 5-5 ECBL WEST/T-1ST) // COACH JOEDY GARDNER Hall of Fame Tournament N26 89-77 W Massachusetts N27 83-78 W Syracuse D1 74-73 W Virginia Tech D4 102-74 W St. Joseph’s, Ind. D7 97-82 W Duquesne D11 64-79 L Temple Kentucky Invitational Tournament D17 70-74 L Utah D18 85-78 W Bowling Green J3 112-71 W Bucknell J5 100-91 W Pitt J8 92-72 W Penn State J12 65-75 L Villanova J15 71-86 L Syracuse J19 77-79 L St. Francis, Pa.

Joedy GARDNER

4 SEASONS/1975-78 // RECORD: 59-53

Springfield, Mass. Springfield, Mass. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Syracuse, N.Y. Loretto, Pa.

1974-75 (14-13) // COACH JOEDY GARDNER N30 85-52 D3 82-78* D7 86-80 D11 83-94 Utah Classic D13 82-80 D14 78-90 Presidential Classic J3 78-82 J4 99-83 J8 89-85* J11 63-59 J15 86-87 J18 71-67 J21 100-83 J23 90-51 J25 75-83 J27 84-86# J29 79-87 F1 97-92

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Georgia Southern Pitt Villanova Purdue

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown West Lafayette, Ind.

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Weber State Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah

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American Boston University Massachusetts Penn State Virginia Tech Pacific Duquesne Lehigh George Washington Rutgers Virginia Davidson

Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Charleston University Park, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Charlottesville, Va. Morgantown

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WVU 83, Syracuse 78 (Hall of Fame Tournament) WVU 81, Notre Dame 68 WVU 81, Rutgers 74 (Eastern 8 tournament) WVU 80, Minnesota 69 (NIT) WVU 82, Pitt 77 (largest crowd at Coliseum) WVU 69, at Ohio State 67 (2OT) WVU 87, No. 1 UNLV 78 WVU 64, Oregon State 62 (NCAA, Birmingham) WVU 75, Auburn 58 (Preseason NIT at Hartford) WVU 61, Temple 56 (Atlantic 10 tournament at Meadowlands) WVU 57, at Notre Dame 55 WVU 64, at Temple 61 (broke their home win streak) WVU 65, Temple 63 WVU 84, Tennessee 68 (NCAA, Greensboro) WVU 97, at Pitt 93 (2OT)


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1978-79 (16-12, 7-3 EASTERN 8/2ND) // COACH GALE CATLETT

Duquesne Rutgers

Western Illinois William & Mary Penn State Ohio State Adelphi Ohio Xavier Marshall Marshall Syracuse Virginia Tech Villanova Penn State Duquesne American George Washington Morehead State Virginia Tech Pitt Duquesne Rutgers Massachusetts Louisville Pitt Drexel Robert Morris Duquesne Rutgers Villanova

Morgantown Williamsburg, Va. University Park, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Athens, Ohio Morgantown Morgantown Charleston Morgantown Blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington, D.C. Morgantown Charleston Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown New Brunswick, N.J. Springfield, Mass. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa.

N29 108-74 W Akron Morgantown D3 53-50 W Ohio Northern Morgantown D6 73-76* L Marshall Morgantown D10 69-61 W Ohio Morgantown D13 64-70 L Virginia Tech Charleston Mountaineer Classic D19 63-38 W St. Francis, N.Y. Morgantown D20 76-65 W East Tennessee State Morgantown D30 67-70# L Ohio State Columbus, Ohio J3 85-71 W Massachusetts Amherst, Mass. J7 81-59 W Youngstown State Morgantown J10 81-71 W George Washington Morgantown J12 73-61 W Duquesne Morgantown J14 82-81 W St. Bonaventure Morgantown J17 93-51 W Massachusetts Morgantown J21 55-52 W Penn State University Park, Pa. J24 85-69 W St. Bonaventure Olean, N.Y. J28 70-64 W Robert Morris Morgantown J31 76-63 W Pitt Morgantown F5 71-73 L Rutgers New Brunswick, N.J. F7 89-46 W City College of New York Morgantown F9 64-69 L Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. F14 73-67 W Rutgers Morgantown F18 81-60 W Rhode Island Morgantown F21 64-81 L Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. F25 82-69 W Morehead State Morgantown F28 82-85* L George Washington Washington, D.C. Eastern 8 Tournament M3 64-62 W St. Bonaventure Morgantown M6 50-55 L Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. National Invitation Tournament M13 67-64 W Pennsylvania Morgantown M16 77-76* W Temple Morgantown M19 80-69 W Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. M23 87-89 L Tulsa New York, N.Y. M25 72-75 L Purdue New York, N.Y.

24 SEASONS/1979-2002 // RECORD: 439-276

Ohio Marshall American Massachusetts Virginia Tech Duquesne Penn State Pitt Cincinnati Villanova Syracuse Westminster Pitt Duquesne Rutgers Robert Morris Eastern Kentucky Notre Dame Virginia Tech George Washington

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1980-81 (23-10, 9-4 EASTERN 8/3RD) // COACH GALE CATLETT

Gale CATLETT

Rider William & Mary Ohio State Marshall Penn State Louisville

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85-50 W Fairleigh Dickinson Morgantown 61-72 L William & Mary Williamsburg, Va. 63-72 L Villanova Morgantown 105-66 W City College of New York Morgantown Invitational Tournament 73-76 L Seton Hall St. Petersburg, Fla. 71-80 L South Florida St. Petersburg, Fla. 80-89 L Ohio State Columbus, Ohio 76-66 W Cleveland State Cleveland, Ohio 66-71 L Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. 76-61 W George Washington Morgantown 76-89 L Duquesne Morgantown 88-99 L Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. 61-58 W Rider Morgantown 87-74 W Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. 82-103 L Notre Dame Notre Dame, Ind. 78-68 W Penn State Morgantown 61-80 L Rutgers New Brunswick, N.J. 65-67 L Massachusetts Springfield, Mass. 76-87 L Pitt Morgantown 73-74 L Syracuse Morgantown 75-76 L Penn State University Park, Pa. 101-84 W St. Francis, N.Y. Morgantown 80-73 W Marshall Morgantown 89-88 W Virginia Tech Morgantown 80-96 L Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio 8 Tournament 81-74 W Rutgers Pittsburgh, Pa. 59-57 W Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. 59-63 L Villanova Pittsburgh, Pa.

N25 86-66 W N29 45-39 W D2 64-69 L D6 79-73 W D9 56-47 W D16 60-106 L West Virginia Classic D29 76-78 L D30 73-71 W J3 81-79 W J6 88-56 W J10 83-82 W J14 69-73 L J17 72-53 W J20 93-92 W J24 65-79 L J26 58-99 L J29 74-90 L F1 66-63 W F3 57-72 L F7 92-63 W F10 68-61 W F12 85-79 W F15 91-93 L F17 54-70 L F21 61-73 L F24 74-72 W Eastern 8 Tournament F27 73-59 W M1 52-55 L

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1979-80 (15-14, 4-6 EASTERN 8/7TH) // COACH GALE CATLETT

1977-78 (12-16, 3-7 EASTERN 8/8TH) // COACH JOEDY GARDNER N26 N30 D3 D7 Big Sun D9 D10 D21 D30 J4 J6 J9 J11 J14 J18 J25 J30 F1 F4 F8 F11 F15 F18 F20 F22 F24 Eastern M2 M3 M4

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Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Louisville, Ky. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. University Park, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Syracuse, N.Y. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Charleston Morgantown Blacksburg, Va. Washington, D.C.

1981-82 (27-4, 13-1 EASTERN 8/1ST) // COACH GALE CATLETT N28 D5 D9 D12 D15

Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa.

111-63 78-91 84-64 73-68 113-54

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St. Leo Marshall Robert Morris Ohio State Wisconsin-Superior

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Morgantown Huntington Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown


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Mountaineer Classic D18 73-42 W D19 85-83 W J2 75-67 W J9 71-69* W J11 80-65 W J13 62-60 W J16 71-67 W J18 75-68 W J20 75-65 W J23 59-57 W J25 72-60 W J29 48-45 W J31 65-59 W F4 59-53 W F6 74-71 W F11 90-75 W F13 49-43 W F18 68-60 W F20 52-37 W F24 82-77 W F27 64-74 L Eastern 8 Tournament M1 91-70 W M4 80-65 W M6 72-79 L NCAA Tournament M11 102-72 W M12 46-50 L

Manhattan Long Island Virginia Tech Rhode Island Massachusetts Youngstown State St. Bonaventure Penn State Duquesne Rhode Island Massachusetts Pitt South Alabama Rutgers George Washington Duquesne St. Bonaventure Stetson George Washington Pitt Rutgers Massachusetts St. Bonaventure Pitt North Carolina A&T Fresno State

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St. Leo Youngstown State Marshall William & Mary Ohio State Ohio Wesleyan

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Columbus, Ohio Morgantown

Georgia Southern Charleston Virginia Commonwealth Charleston Stetson Deland, Fla. North Carolina State East Rutherford, N.J. Temple Morgantown Penn State University Park, Pa. Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Duquesne Morgantown St. Bonaventure Morgantown Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. George Washington Washington, D.C. Virginia Tech Morgantown Rhode Island Providence, R.I. St. Joseph’s Philadelphia, Pa. Massachusetts Morgantown Penn State Morgantown St. Bonaventure Olean, N.Y. George Washington Morgantown Nevada-Las Vegas Morgantown Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. St. Joseph’s Morgantown

James Madison

Greensboro, N.C.

73-46 67-78 72-62 72-86 56-53 77-60 69-66 70-74* 91-98 60-71 63-51 61-41 74-69 92-80 80-90 68-55

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Indiana, Pa. Marshall Robert Morris Nevada-Las Vegas Pitt Seattle George Washington St. Joseph’s Rhode Island Massachusetts St. Bonaventure Duquesne St. Francis, Pa. Penn State Temple Rutgers

Preseason National N22 75-58 N24 58-65 N26 75-54 D3 59-84 D7 60-64 D9 72-45 D11 41-42 D14 74-63 D21 69-76 J4 66-62 J6 64-58 J9 83-67 J11 89-88# J13 63-53 J16 75-74* J18 69-65* J20 76-62 J23 58-57 J25 69-61 J27 70-78 J29 70-72 F1 81-72 F3 85-64 F6 61-46 F8 82-61 F13 75-76 F15 51-57 F20 68-40 F22 92-76

Morgantown Huntington Morgantown Las Vegas, Nev. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Providence, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Olean, N.Y. Morgantown Charleston Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown

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Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Piscataway, N.J. Morgantown Morgantown State College, Pa. Blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Washington, D.C. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala.

1985-86 (22-11, 15-3 ATLANTIC 10/2ND) // COACH GALE CATLETT

1983-84 (20-12, 9-9 ATLANTIC 10/T-4TH) // COACH GALE CATLETT N28 D3 D7 D10 D17 D22 J5 J7 J12 J14 J18 J21 J24 J26 J28 F2

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Logan, Utah Logan, Utah

Pittsburgh, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.

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1984-85 (20-9, 16-2 ATLANTIC 10/1ST) // COACH GALE CATLETT

Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa.

Penn State St. Bonaventure Temple

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F4 77-83* L F9 67-68 L F11 61-63 L F13 88-74 W F16 81-68 W F18 70-59 W F20 68-67 W F23 87-59 W F25 80-73 W M1 72-75 L M3 64-84 L Atlantic 10 Tournament M7 93-73 W M9 67-65 W M10 59-56 W NCAA Tournament M15 64-62 W M17 77-102 L

Charleston Charleston Roanoke, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Youngstown, Ohio Olean, N.Y. Morgantown Morgantown Providence, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Washington, D.C. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Piscataway, N.J.

1982-83 (23-8, 10-4 ATLANTIC 10 WEST/T-1ST) // COACH GALE CATLETT N27 103-60 W D1 105-79 W D4 95-82 W D7 65-51 W D11 69-67# W D14 98-50 W Mountaineer Classic D17 85-58 W D18 66-65* W D21 69-76 L D28 59-67 L J8 73-71 W J13 74-79 L J15 67-81 L J17 91-79 W J20 63-64 L J22 71-63 W J29 61-59* W F2 90-86+ W F5 73-72 W F9 93-64 W F12 108-90 W F16 101-84 W F19 61-63# L F23 99-76 W F27 87-78 W M2 70-93 L M5 77-66 W Atlantic 10 Tournament M9 82-72 W M11 86-62 W M12 86-78 W NCAA Tournament M17 50-57 L

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Invitation Tournament W Auburn Hartford, Conn. L St. John’s Hartford, Conn. W Indiana, Pa. Morgantown L Auburn Auburn, Ala. L Marshall Huntington W St. Joseph’s Morgantown L Maryland Morgantown W Pitt Morgantown L Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. W Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. W Rutgers Morgantown W George Mason Fairfax, Va. W St. Bonaventure Olean, N.Y. W Penn State State College, Pa. W George Washington Morgantown W Temple Morgantown W Towson Morgantown W Rhode Island Kingston, R.I. W Massachusetts Amherst, Mass. L St. Joseph’s Philadelphia, Pa. L Middle Tennessee State Charleston W Duquesne Morgantown W Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. W Penn State Morgantown W St. Bonaventure Morgantown L George Washington Washington, D.C. L Temple Philadelphia, Pa. W Massachusetts Morgantown W Rhode Island Morgantown


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Rutgers Temple St. Joseph’s Old Dominion

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Greensboro, N.C.

George Mason Morgantown James Madison Morgantown St. Bonaventure Morgantown St. Joseph’s Philadelphia, Pa. Virginia Tech Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Rutgers New Brunswick, N.J. Marshall Morgantown Fresno State Fresno, Calif. Duquesne Morgantown Rhode Island Kingston, R.I. Massachusetts Amherst, Mass. George Washington Washington, D.C. Notre Dame Notre Dame, Ind. Massachusetts Morgantown Maryland College Park, Md. Rhode Island Morgantown Penn State Morgantown Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Alabama-Birmingham Morgantown St. Bonaventure Olean, N.Y. Penn State University Park, Pa. George Washington Morgantown Temple Morgantown Rutgers Morgantown St. Joseph’s Morgantown Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Duquesne Rhode Island Temple Western Kentucky

Morgantown Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Syracuse, N.Y.

Robert Morris Fresno State Bradley

Mount St. Mary’s Pitt Virginia Tech UNC Charlotte Maryland Massachusetts St. Bonaventure Duquesne St. Joseph’s Rutgers George Washington Temple George Washington Duquesne Rhode Island Rutgers Marshall Penn State St. Bonaventure Massachusetts Rhode Island St. Joseph’s Temple Penn State

Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Charlotte, N.C. College Park, Md. Springfield, Mass. Morgantown Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown Washington, D.C. Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Kingston, R.I. Piscataway, N.J. Charleston Morgantown Olean, N.Y. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. University Park, Pa.

St. Joseph’s Penn State

Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.

Tennessee Duke

Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C.

Robert Morris Old Dominion Marshall Pitt Virginia Tech James Madison Boston College Lehigh Duquesne St. Bonaventure St. Joseph’s Temple Massachusetts Rhode Island George Washington St. Joseph’s UNC Charlotte Massachusetts Duquesne Rutgers George Washington Rutgers Rhode Island St. Bonaventure Penn State Penn State Temple Massachusetts

Morgantown Roanoke, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Springfield, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Charleston Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Piscataway, N.J. Washington, D.C. Morgantown Morgantown Olean, N.Y. University Park, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa.

1990-91 (17-14, 10-8 ATLANTIC 10/T-3RD) // COACH GALE CATLETT N27 D1 D4 D8 D18 D21 J3 J5 J7 J10 J12 J15 J19 J21 J24 J26 J29

1988-89 (26-5, 17-1 ATLANTIC 10/1ST) // COACH GALE CATLETT L W L

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N25 64-67 L D2 69-73 L D5 74-56 W D9 97-93# W D16 68-75* L D19 82-66 W Palm Beach Classic D27 68-64 W D28 92-81 W J4 97-60 W J6 105-65 W J9 82-62 W J11 69-73 L J13 79-83 L J17 79-83 L J20 107-98 W J22 82-72 W J25 86-92 L J27 79-71 W J30 78-77 W F4 72-77 L F8 84-91 L F11 81-64 W F15 76-74 W F17 70-81 L F22 61-64 L F25 79-71* W F27 55-51 W Atlantic 10 Tournament M4 55-78 L

Seasider Classic N27 78-66 W Northeast Missouri State Laie, Hawaii N28 70-50 W BYU-Hawaii Laie, Hawaii D5 75-49 W Maryland Morgantown D8 62-66 L Alabama-Birmingham Birmingham, Ala. D12 64-70 L Pitt Morgantown D19 79-92 L Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. D21 70-60 W St. Joseph’s Morgantown D27 72-82 L Marshall Huntington D30 89-81 W George Mason Morgantown J2 64-51 W Penn State Morgantown J6 80-73 W St. Joseph’s Philadelphia, Pa. J9 75-65 W Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. J12 78-52 W UNC Charlotte Morgantown J16 73-51 W Massachusetts Morgantown J18 71-54 W St. Bonaventure Morgantown J21 79-69 W Duquesne Morgantown J24 67-58 W George Washington Washington, D.C. J28 65-96 L Bradley Peoria, Ill. J30 85-65 W Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. F4 69-62 W Massachusetts Amherst, Mass. F7 71-74 L Rhode Island Morgantown F11 61-63 L Penn State University Park, Pa. F13 73-68 W Rutgers Morgantown F15 70-72 L James Madison Harrisonburg, Va. F18 73-76 L George Washington Morgantown F20 60-75 L Rhode Island New York, N.Y. F23 61-62 L Temple Morgantown F28 69-78 L Temple Philadelphia, Pa. M2 76-64 W St. Bonaventure Olean, N.Y. Atlantic 10 Tournament M6 57-40 W St. Bonaventure Morgantown M8 63-65 L Rhode Island Morgantown National Invitation Tournament M17 57-62* L Connecticut Morgantown

67-75 61-57 68-70

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1989-90 (16-12, 11-7 ATLANTIC 10/T-3RD) // COACH GALE CATLETT

1987-88 (18-14, 12-6 ATLANTIC 10/3RD) // COACH GALE CATLETT

N26 D1 D3

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D5 77-60 W D10 84-81* W D17 101-52 W D22 82-73* W D27 69-61 W J3 89-73 W J5 69-45 W J7 101-72 W J10 76-61 W J14 90-70 W J17 73-71 W J21 65-63 W J26 92-57 W J28 98-82 W F2 79-71 W F5 60-58 W F9 81-73 W F11 100-67 W F13 80-72 W F16 88-55 W F19 90-66 W F23 65-50 W F26 56-74 L M1 71-61 W Atlantic 10 Tournament M5 79-59 W M6 64-86 L NCAA Tournament M16 84-68 W M18 63-70 L

Morgantown East Rutherford, N.J. East Rutherford, N.J.

1986-87 (23-8, 15-3 ATLANTIC 10/2ND) // COACH GALE CATLETT N29 90-74 W D3 89-68 W D6 86-65 W D8 61-49 W D10 65-48 W D13 57-78 L D22 55-50 W D27 69-67 W D30 54-61 L J4 64-50 W J8 59-60 L J10 75-64 W J14 59-58 W J17 57-55 W J19 67-45 W J21 62-65 L J24 62-67 L J28 75-52 W J31 75-66 W F3 79-64 W F5 64-59 W F7 77-61 W F12 79-58 W F14 57-67 L F19 73-61 W F22 84-68 W F24 64-61 W Atlantic 10 Tournament M1 74-60 W M3 80-58 W M5 57-70 L NCAA Tournament M13 62-64 L

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Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown

81-71 90-85 80-97 87-96 87-69 103-110 125-64 71-67 107-73 88-90 87-69 70-84 71-75 102-73 84-80 116-94 87-97

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Robert Morris Maryland Marshall Pitt Old Dominion UNC Charlotte St. Bonaventure Miami, Fla. Duquesne Penn State Rutgers Notre Dame Rutgers Rhode Island George Washington St. Joseph’s George Washington

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Morgantown Morgantown Huntington Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Rock Hill, S.C. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown University Park, Pa. Morgantown Notre Dame, Ind. Piscataway, N.J. Kingston, R.I. Morgantown Morgantown Washington, D.C.


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J31 63-66 L Penn State F2 94-68 W Virginia Tech F6 85-82* W Massachusetts F10 78-88* L Temple F12 89-98 L Massachusetts F14 94-61 W Rhode Island F17 88-93 L Duquesne F20 89-84 W St. Bonaventure F23 91-66 W Temple F26 89-98 L St. Joseph’s Atlantic 10 Tournament M2 93-86 W St. Bonaventure M3 53-56 L Temple National Invitation Tournament M15 86-67 W Furman M18 79-85 L Providence

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LaSalle Arizona Mississippi Valley State Duquesne George Washington Rhode Island St. Joseph’s UNC Greensboro St. Joseph’s Rutgers St. Bonaventure Massachusetts Rhode Island Rutgers Temple Marshall George Washington Virginia Tech Massachusetts Temple St. Bonaventure

Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown Providence, R.I.

N25 D3 D5 D10 D17 D20 D30 J3 J8 J10 J14 J16 J19 J21 J24 J27 J30 F2 F4 F11 F15 F19 F21 F25 F28 Atlantic M5

Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Piscataway, N.J. Morgantown Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Charleston Washington, D.C. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Olean, N.Y.

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Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown Providence, R.I.

Landover, Md. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Columbus, Ohio Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Charleston Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown Olean, N.Y. Washington, D.C. Milwaukee, Wis. Morgantown Piscataway, N.J. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Morgantown Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown

1994-95 (13-13, 7-9 ATLANTIC 10/T-6TH) // COACH GALE CATLETT

Morgantown Morgantown Mobile, Ala. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown

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N27 58-63 L Virginia Tech D1 88-55 W Robert Morris D9 72-55 W South Alabama D11 99-91 W Pitt D18 90-81 W Ohio D28 100-76 W Mount St. Mary’s D30 87-82 W Ohio State J3 80-76 W Rhode Island J6 49-47 W Temple J9 89-61 W St. Bonaventure J13 56-70 L Massachusetts J16 70-60 W George Washington J19 79-67 W Marshall J22 97-83 W St. Joseph’s J26 87-67 W Duquesne J29 66-72 L St. Bonaventure F1 73-86 L George Washington F5 50-75 L Marquette F8 78-71* W Temple F12 72-85 L Rutgers F14 77-62 W Florida Atlantic F18 64-68 L Duquesne F20 67-74 L Massachusetts F24 102-105+ L Rhode Island F26 95-85 W Rutgers M2 83-91 L St. Joseph’s Atlantic 10 Tournament M6 68-70 L Duquesne National Invitation Tournament M17 85-69 W Davidson M21 79-96 L Clemson

1992-93 (17-12, 7-7 ATLANTIC 10/6TH) // COACH GALE CATLETT Robert Morris Maryland South Alabama Pitt Ohio State

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1993-94 (17-12, 8-8 ATLANTIC 10/3RD) // COACH GALE CATLETT

Preseason National Invitation Tournament N20 80-106 L Kentucky Lexington, Ky. D2 83-49 W Radford Morgantown D5 79-69 W Robert Morris Morgantown D7 91-101 L Maryland College Park, Md. D11 91-46 W Buffalo Morgantown D14 86-85 W Pitt Morgantown D21 66-65 W Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. D23 82-83 L Old Dominion Norfolk, Va. Cable Car Classic D27 95-80 W Boston College San Francisco, Calif. D28 84-88 L Alabama-Birmingham San Francisco, Calif. J4 62-63 L Temple Morgantown J8 76-75 W Massachusetts Amherst, Mass. J11 83-75 W Duquesne Morgantown J13 87-67 W Notre Dame Morgantown J16 67-62 W Temple Philadelphia, Pa. J22 90-76 W Marshall Charleston J25 79-55 W George Washington Morgantown J30 88-77 W St. Joseph’s Philadelphia, Pa. F2 88-84 W Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. F6 90-78 W Rhode Island Morgantown F8 70-42 W St. Bonaventure Morgantown F12 95-98 L Rutgers Morgantown F15 78-70 W St. Bonaventure Olean, N.Y. F18 67-88 L Rhode Island Kingston, R.I. F23 78-85 L George Washington Washington, D.C. F27 69-74* L Massachusetts Morgantown F29 95-82 W St. Joseph’s Morgantown M4 64-71 L Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Atlantic 10 Tournament M8 76-69 W Duquesne Philadelphia, Pa. M9 44-41 W Temple Philadelphia, Pa. M12 91-97 L Massachusetts Amherst, Mass. NCAA Tournament M19 78-89 L Missouri Greensboro, N.C.

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Atlantic 10 Tournament M7 53-80 L Temple National Invitation Tournament M17 95-84 W Georgia M21 67-68 L Providence

Morgantown Morgantown Springfield, Mass. Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Olean, N.Y. Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa.

1991-92 (20-12, 10-6 ATLANTIC 10/3RD) // COACH GALE CATLETT

D1 76-56 D5 86-72 D7 100-107* D12 78-82 D19 78-69 Fiesta Bowl Classic D28 80-67 D30 74-75 J2 88-71 J6 84-67 J8 72-56 J11 82-86 J16 67-70 J20 77-56 J23 82-81# J26 67-71 J29 92-56 F4 59-64* F7 59-69 F11 77-66 F13 62-79 F17 72-65 F21 68-71 F24 74-70 F27 79-54 M1 86-74 M4 82-67

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103-62 W 132-82 W 78-81 L 84-80 W 73-83 L 70-84 L 79-69 W 65-95 L 56-67 L 71-69 W 62-57 W 77-76 W 89-82 W 78-92 L 66-77 L 94-97* L 80-77 W 82-71 W 65-71 L 78-76 W 73-87 L 69-71 L 50-72 L 76-72 W 88-76 W 10 Tournament 72-84 L

Robert Morris Alaska-Fairbanks Towson Pitt Virginia Tech Ohio Ohio State Massachusetts Temple St. Joseph’s George Washington Duquesne Marshall Rutgers St. Bonaventure Massachusetts George Washington Rutgers St. Joseph’s Marquette Rhode Island St. Bonaventure Temple Rhode Island Duquesne Temple

Morgantown Morgantown Shepherdstown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Athens, Ohio Morgantown Springfield, Mass. Morgantown Morgantown Washington, D.C. Morgantown Charleston Piscataway, N.J. Olean, N.Y. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown Kingston, R.I. Morgantown Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.

1995-96 (12-15, 7-11 BIG EAST 6/4TH) // COACH GALE CATLETT N25 N28 D2 D9 D16 D18 D22 D29 J3 J6 J10 J13 J16

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80-39 68-77 83-86* 93-77 94-69 62-68 108-80 97-69 79-89 83-84* 74-89 67-69 90-78

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Florida A&M Ohio State Georgetown Duquesne Ohio Virginia Tech Morgan State Robert Morris Connecticut Pitt St. John’s Villanova Syracuse

Morgantown Columbus, Ohio Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Blackburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Jamaica, N.Y. Morgantown Morgantown


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J18 J20 J23 J27 J31 F3 F6 F11 F15 F17 F21 F24 F29 Big East M6

87-91 L 78-95 L 86-71 W 69-59 W 67-91 L 63-84 L 65-68 L 77-59 W 69-87 L 72-69 W 108-89 W 92-77 W 63-83 L Tournament 78-80 L

Marshall Providence Rutgers Notre Dame Georgetown Boston College Miami Seton Hall Connecticut Miami, Fla. Boston College St. John’s Pitt Seton Hall

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Puerto Rico-Mayaguez Caguas, P.R. Rice Caguas, P.R. Dayton Caguas, P.R. Connecticut Storrs, Conn. St. John’s Morgantown Ohio Morgantown Robert Morris Morgantown Georgia Atlanta, Ga. Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. Duquesne Morgantown Georgetown Washington, D.C. Boston College Morgantown Georgetown Morgantown Miami Morgantown Notre Dame Morgantown Villanova Villanova, Pa. Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. Providence Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Pitt Morgantown St. John’s Jamaica, N.Y. Connecticut Morgantown Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. Marshall Charleston Seton Hall Morgantown Boston College Chestnut Hill, Mass. Miami Miami, Fla.

Rutgers

New York, N.Y.

Temple Cincinnati Utah

Boise, Idaho Boise, Idaho Anaheim, Calif.

Alabama A&M Duquesne

Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa.

Wisconsin-Green Bay Hilo, Hawaii Georgia Tech Hilo, Hawaii St. Louis Hilo, Hawaii Georgia Morgantown Syracuse Morgantown Villanova Villanova, Pa. Ohio Athens, Ohio Virginia Tech Morgantown Robert Morris Morgantown Rutgers Morgantown Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. Providence Providence, R.I. Connecticut Morgantown Seton Hall East Rutherford, N.J. Miami Morgantown Georgetown Washington, D.C. Villanova Morgantown Marshall Charleston Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. Providence Morgantown Boston College Chestnut Hill, Mass. St. John’s Morgantown Notre Dame Morgantown Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Notre Dame Notre Dame, Ind. Seton Hall Morgantown Villanova

New York, N.Y.

1999-2000 (14-14, 6-10 BIG EAST/8TH) // COACH GALE CATLETT N23 72-54 W Wofford Charleston N27 66-63 W Robert Morris Fairmont N30 80-94 L Duquesne Wheeling D4 93-84 W McNeese State Wheeling D8 54-94 L Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. D11 64-75 L Ohio Charleston D18 100-54 W Bowling Green Charleston D20 87-76 W East Carolina Greenville, N.C. D28 61-58 W Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. D31 74-50 W James Madison Charleston J5 58-66 L Miami Miami, Fla. J8 74-86 L St. John’s Wheeling J11 63-76 L Syracuse Charleston J15 62-60 W Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. J18 82-77 W Marshall Charleston J23 82-69 W Providence Providence, R.I. J26 69-64 W Georgetown Charleston J30 70-60* W Providence Wheeling F2 65-79 L Notre Dame Notre Dame, Ind. F5 66-97 L Seton Hall East Rutherford, N.J. F10 62-58 W Pitt Charleston F15 77-87 L Villanova Villanova, Pa. F19 76-80 L Boston College Wheeling F22 50-68 L Miami Charleston F26 71-72 L Connecticut Storrs, Conn. M1 54-72 L Georgetown Washington, D.C. M4 75-69 W Rutgers Wheeling Big East Tournament M8 67-70 L Georgetown New York, N.Y. All home games during the 1999-00 season were played in Charleston, Wheeling, W.Va. and Fairmont, W.Va., with the closure of the WVU Coliseum. Marshall was the lone contest in any one of those three locations that wasn’t a home contest – it was a neutral site game.

1997-98 (24-9, 11-7 BIG EAST 6/3RD) // COACH GALE CATLETT

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N14 81-54 W N18 50-59 L Big Island Invitational N27 64-63 W N28 53-58 L N29 73-70 W D2 63-75 L D9 73-59 W D12 75-79 L D17 72-90 L D19 69-68 W D22 82-67 W D30 65-63 W J2 67-83 L J5 87-90* L J9 45-80 L J13 58-63* L J16 55-64 L J19 55-54 W J23 62-73 L J27 85-84* W J31 61-87 L F3 68-77 L F6 54-60 L F9 68-80 L F14 85-80 W F17 67-69 L F21 69-71 L F25 67-70 L Big East Tournament M3 61-73 L

N26 61-76 L Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. N30 83-68 W Ohio Morgantown D4 101-79 W Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. D14 110-59 W East Tennessee State Morgantown D17 103-91 W Marshall Charleston D19 90-75 W Robert Morris Morgantown D22 76-65 W Virginia Tech Morgantown D30 90-65 W Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. J2 68-70 L Georgetown Morgantown J4 62-79 L Connecticut Storrs, Conn. J8 91-76 W Seton Hall Morgantown J12 90-77 W St. John’s Jamaica, N.Y. J15 56-58 L Rutgers Morgantown J19 61-74 L Providence Providence, R.I. J22 81-69 W Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. J25 67-66 W Notre Dame Morgantown J29 89-76 W Boston College Morgantown F1 74-59 W Pitt Morgantown F4 70-81 L Villanova Villanova, Pa. F8 90-78* W Providence Morgantown F11 76-90 L Notre Dame Notre Dame, Ind. F15 77-87* L Syracuse Morgantown F18 100-86 W Towson Morgantown F22 80-71 W Seton Hall East Rutherford, N.J. F26 83-76 W Villanova Morgantown M1 82-54 W Miami Miami, Fla. Big East Tournament M5 77-57 W Seton Hall New York, N.Y. M6 69-76 L Providence New York, N.Y. National Invitation Tournament M12 98-95 W Bowling Green Morgantown M17 76-73 W North Carolina State Raleigh, N.C. M19 71-76 L Florida State Morgantown

East Carolina Alabama A&M

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1998-99 (10-19, 4-14 BIG EAST/12TH) // COACH GALE CATLETT

New York, N.Y.

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Charleston Providence, R.I. Morgantown Notre Dame, Ind. Washington, D.C. Morgantown Miami, Fla. East Rutherford, N.J. Storrs, Conn. Morgantown Chestnut Hill, Mass. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa.

1996-97 (21-10, 11-7 BIG EAST 6/3RD) // COACH GALE CATLETT

N15 87-66 N22 114-85 San Juan Shootout N28 111-63 N29 78-61 N30 96-74 D3 75-88 D6 86-70 D13 89-63 D16 101-52 D20 86-81 D22 55-52 D27 90-78 D31 65-74 J3 79-57 J5 81-70 J10 98-84 J15 72-74 J18 79-65* J20 80-72 J24 81-63 J28 76-72 F3 90-72 F7 69-77 F11 80-62 F14 58-73 F16 71-58 F22 81-71 F25 69-72 F28 66-70

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WVU 90, Maryland 85 (home) WVU 91, Temple 66 (home; Chaney ejected) WVU 76, at UMass 75 WVU 95, Georgia 84 (home, NIT first round) WVU 90, Syracuse 78 (home/first-ever Big East win) WVU 101, at Syracuse 79 WVU 83, Villanova 76 (home) WVU 76, at NC State 73 (in NIT second round) WVU 80, UConn 62 (home) WVU 82, Temple 52 (in NCAA first round) WVU 75, Cincinnati 74 (in NCAA second round) WVU 81, Seton Hall 75 (home) WVU 87, Syracuse 76 (home) WVU 107, Villanova 100 (home, 2OT) WVU 68, Florida 66 (Charleston/win No. 1,400) WVU 84, at LSU 69 (broke LSU home win streak) WVU 70, at Pitt 66 (down 14 with 9:29 to go) WVU 78, Boston College 72 (BC No. 1 seed in BIG EAST tourney) WVU 78, Villanova 76 (in BIG EAST tourney semis) WVU 111, Wake Forest 105 (in NCAA second round, 2OT) WVU 65, Texas Tech 60 (in NCAA Sweet 16)

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Morgantown Washington, D.C. Syracuse, N.Y. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Notre Dame, Ind. Storrs, Conn. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa.

5 SEASONS/2003-2007 // RECORD: 104-60 2002-03 (14-15, 5-11 BIG EAST/6TH IN WEST) // COACH JOHN BEILEIN N22 59-46 W Delaware State N25 82-86 L Duquesne N30 70-67 W James Madison D3 68-66 W Florida D7 64-54 W UNC Greensboro D14 79-69 W Wofford D18 82-55 W Western Carolina D21 65-62 W Tennessee Jim Thorpe Classic D28 67-70 L UNLV D29 75-58 W Gardner-Webb J4 45-75 L Saint Louis J7 68-63 W Miami J12 82-84* L Georgetown J14 61-80 L Pitt J19 70-75 L Boston College J22 65-61 W Marshall J26 86-75 W Rutgers J29 69-88 L Notre Dame F1 91-83 W Villanova F8 80-94 L Syracuse F12 46-82 L Pitt F15 52-46 W Rutgers F18 55-56 L Notre Dame F22 64-68 L Seton Hall F26 51-89 L Syracuse M1 53-56 L Seton Hall M3 67-69 L Georgetown M8 71-67 W Virginia Tech Big East Tournament M12 50-73 L Providence

Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Athens, Ohio Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Charleston Syracuse, N.Y. Morgantown Notre Dame, Ind. Piscataway, N.J. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Washington, D.C. Morgantown Morgantown Blacksburg, Va. Morgantown Morgantown East Rutherford, N.J. Miami, Fla. Morgantown

Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Charleston Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Morgantown Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. St. Louis, Mo. Morgantown Washington, D.C. Morgantown Chestnut Hill, Mass. Charleston Morgantown Notre Dame, Ind. Villanova, Pa. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Piscataway, N.J. Morgantown Morgantown Syracuse, N.Y. East Rutherford, N.J. Morgantown Morgantown New York, N.Y.

2003-04 (17-14, 7-9 BIG EAST/T-8TH) // COACH JOHN BEILEIN N24 74-57 W James Madison N29 84-91 L Northeastern D2 66-57 W Saint Louis BB&T Classic D6 64-70 L George Washington D7 78-77* W Maryland D13 88-84* W Duquesne D17 77-74 W IUPUI Orange Bowl Classic D20 57-70 L Florida D28 76-63 W IPFW D30 51-37 W Howard J7 52-63 L Notre Dame J10 62-58 W Georgetown J14 67-69 L Virginia Tech J17 66-87 L Providence J21 55-51 W Marshall J24 65-62 W Boston College J28 73-64 W St. John’s J31 58-73 L Villanova F4 69-64 W Seton Hall F7 58-88 L Connecticut F11 86-52 W St. John’s F14 67-60 W Villanova F21 58-67 L Pitt F25 53-74 L Rutgers F28 49-53 L Virginia Tech M2 52-65 L Syracuse M6 58-53 W Miami Big East Tournament M10 64-65 L Notre Dame National Invitation Tournament M17 65-54 W Kent State M19 79-72 W Rhode Island M22 64-67 L Rutgers

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2001-02 (8-20, 1-15 BIG EAST/7TH IN WEST) // COACH GALE CATLETT N16 83-57 W UNC Asheville Morgantown Hispanic College Fund Classic N23 66-59 W Southern Miss Albuquerque, N.M. N24 88-85 W New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M. D1 105-73 W Arkansas-Monticello Morgantown D5 75-91 L James Madison Harrisonburg, Va. D8 74-61 W Florida International Morgantown D15 102-86 W Robert Morris Morgantown D19 61-68 L Duquesne Morgantown D22 74-72 W Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. Fiesta Bowl Classic D28 57-76 L Valparaiso Tucson, Ariz. D30 65-97 L Pepperdine Tucson, Ariz. J5 53-72 L St. John’s New York, N.Y. J9 64-67 L Notre Dame Morgantown J12 69-75 L Syracuse Morgantown J16 66-79 L Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. J18 67-81 L Seton Hall East Rutherford, N.J. J23 79-81* L Marshall Charleston J27 59-77 L Rutgers Morgantown

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N20 82-70 W Saint Peter’s Morgantown N24 72-69 W Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. N27 84-69 W LSU Baton Rouge, La. D4 78-44 W Radford Morgantown D7 70-55 W St. Bonaventure Charleston D11 71-47 W Coppin State Morgantown D18 77-48 W James Madison Morgantown D21 82-48 W New Hampshire Morgantown D29 71-65 W George Washington Morgantown J2 82-69 W North Carolina State Raleigh, N.C. J5 46-84 L Villanova Villanova, Pa. J8 64-60 W St. John’s Morgantown J11 55-59 L Marshall Charleston J16 53-73 L Boston College Morgantown J19 57-70 L Notre Dame Morgantown J22 64-72 L Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. J25 58-68 L Connecticut Morgantown J29 82-78 W Providence Providence, R.I. F1 50-62 L Boston College Chestnut Hill, Mass. F5 83-78* W Pitt Morgantown F9 67-65 W Providence Morgantown F12 60-67 L Georgetown Washington, D.C. F16 67-66 W St. John’s Jamaica, N.Y. F20 96-86 W Seton Hall Morgantown F23 70-66 W Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. F26 76-58 W Rutgers Morgantown M5 63-66 L Seton Hall East Rutherford, N.J. Big East Tournament M9 82-59 W Providence New York, N.Y. M10 78-72 W Boston College New York, N.Y. M11 78-76 W Villanova New York, N.Y. M12 59-68 L Syracuse New York, N.Y. NCAA Tournament M17 63-61 W Creighton Cleveland, Ohio M19 111-105# W Wake Forest Cleveland, Ohio M24 65-60 W Texas Tech Albuquerque, N.M. M26 85-93* L Louisville Albuquerque, N.M.

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12 SEASONS/2008-19 // RECORD: 270-151

2005-06 (22-11, 11-5 BIG EAST/3RD) // COACH JOHN BEILEIN

2007-08 (26-11, 11-7 BIG EAST/5TH) // COACH BOB HUGGINS

Guardians Classic N12 88-69 W Louisiana Monroe Morgantown N13 61-41 W Wofford Morgantown N21 75-76 L Texas Kansas City, Mo. N22 66-80 L Kentucky Kansas City, Mo. N26 68-71* L LSU Morgantown N30 66-61 W St. Bonaventure Rochester, N.Y. D3 83-33 W Washington & Jefferson Morgantown D7 82-53 W UMBC Morgantown D10 86-66 W Duquesne Morgantown All-College Classic D22 92-68 W Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Okla. D30 80-68 W Canisius Morgantown J5 57-53 W USF Tampa, Fla. J8 91-87 W Villanova Villanova, Pa. J11 68-61 W Georgetown Morgantown J14 104-85 W Marquette Morgantown J17 68-48 W Providence Morgantown J21 60-56 W UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. J25 52-58 L Marshall Charleston J29 66-61 W St. John’s New York, N.Y. F1 71-70 W Notre Dame Morgantown F4 66-57 W Cincinnati Morgantown F9 53-57 L Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. F12 69-56 W Georgetown Washington, D.C. F14 64-71 L Seton Hall East Rutherford, N.J. F18 75-81 L Connecticut Morgantown F20 58-60 L Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. F25 68-64 W Louisville Morgantown F27 67-62 W Pitt Morgantown M4 75-78 L Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio Big East Tournament M9 57-68 L Pitt New York, N.Y. NCAA Tournament M17 64-46 W Southern Illinois Auburn Hills, Mich. M19 67-54 W Northwestern State Auburn Hills, Mich. M23 71-74 L Texas Atlanta, Ga.

Legends Classic N16 81-53 W Arkansas-Monticello Morgantown N18 106-41 W Prairie View A&M Morgantown N23 72-74 L Tennessee Newark, N.J. N24 75-61 W New Mexico State Newark, N.J. N27 110-44 W Maryland Eastern Shore Morgantown D1 70-53 W Winthrop Morgantown D5 88-59 W Auburn Birmingham, Ala. D8 92-68 W Duquesne Morgantown D15 86-62 W UMBC Morgantown D19 90-60 W Radford Radford, Va. D22 77-54 W Canisius Buffalo, N.Y. D29 82-88# L Oklahoma Charleston J3 56-69 L Notre Dame Notre Dame, Ind. J6 79-64 W Marquette Morgantown J10 54-63 L Louisville Louisville, Ky. J13 81-61 W Syracuse Morgantown J17 73-64 W St. John’s Morgantown J20 69-52 W USF Tampa, Fla. J23 66-64 W Marshall Charleston J26 57-58 L Georgetown Morgantown J30 39-62 L Cincinnati Morgantown F2 77-65 W Providence Providence, R.I. F7 54-55 L Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. F14 81-63 W Rutgers Morgantown F17 89-68 W Seton Hall Morgantown F20 56-78 L Villanova Villanova, Pa. F23 80-53 W Providence Morgantown F27 85-73 W DePaul Rosemont, Ill. M1 71-79 L Connecticut Hartford, Conn. M3 76-62 W Pitt Morgantown M8 83-74* W St. John’s New York, N.Y. Big East Tournament M12 58-53 W Providence New York, N.Y. M13 78-72 W Connecticut New York, N.Y. M14 55-72 L Georgetown New York, N.Y. NCAA Tournament M20 75-65 W Arizona Washington, D.C. M22 73-67 W Duke Washington, D.C. M27 75-79* L Xavier Phoenix, Ariz.

2006-07 (27-9, 9-7 BIG EAST/7TH) // COACH JOHN BEILEIN N10 50-42 W Mount St. Mary’s N14 87-37 W Slippery Rock N18 66-43 W Canisius

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N15 92-47 W Elon Las Vegas Invitational N20 86-54 W Longwood N25 76-42 W Delaware State N28 87-68 W Iowa N29 43-54 L Kentucky D3 80-78 W Mississippi D6 53-43 W Cleveland State Jimmy V Classic D9 65-68 L Davidson D13 68-63 W Duquesne D20 82-46 W Miami University D23 89-54 W Radford D27 76-48 W Ohio State J3 92-66 W Seton Hall J6 55-61 L Connecticut J10 53-75 L Marquette J14 87-76 W Marshall J17 62-59 W USF J22 75-58 W Georgetown J25 67-79 L Pitt J28 75-52 W St. John’s J31 63-69 L Louisville F4 61-74 L Syracuse F7 86-59 W Providence F9 59-70 L Pitt F13 93-72 W Villanova F18 79-68 W Notre Dame F22 74-56 W Rutgers F26 61-65 L Cincinnati M1 64-50 W USF M4 82-63 W DePaul M7 59-62 L Louisville Big East Tournament M11 74-62 W Notre Dame M12 74-60 W Pitt M13 69-74* L Syracuse NCAA Tournament M20 60-68 L Dayton

N12 95-71 W Oakland Puerto Rico Tip-Off N18 84-70 W Davidson N19 74-71 W Vanderbilt N21 70-74 L Minnesota N27 82-66 W VMI D1 71-50 W American D4 76-79 L Miami D7 82-49 W Robert Morris D12 64-61 W Duquesne D18 74-63 W Cleveland State D29 71-81 L St. John’s J1 74-79 L Marquette J4 67-65 W DePaul J8 65-59 W Georgetown J13 93-63 W Providence J16 68-64 W Purdue J19 71-75 L Marshall J23 56-46 W USF J26 54-55 L Louisville J29 66-55 W Cincinnati F2 56-44 W Seton Hall F5 50-66 L Villanova F7 66-71 L Pitt F12 82-71 W DePaul F14 52-63 L Syracuse F19 72-58 W Notre Dame F24 58-71 L Pitt F27 65-54 W Rutgers M2 65-56 W Connecticut M5 72-70 W Louisville Big East Tournament M9 61-67 L Marquette NCAA Tournament M17 84-76 W Clemson M19 63-71 L Kentucky

Morgantown Morgantown Charleston Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Oxford, Miss. Morgantown New York, N.Y. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Columbus, Ohio Newark, N.J. Morgantown Milwaukee, Wis. Charleston Morgantown Washington, D.C. Morgantown Morgantown Louisville, Ky. Syracuse, N.Y. Morgantown Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown Morgantown Piscataway, N.J. Cincinnati, Ohio Tampa, Fla. Morgantown Morgantown New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y.

New York. N.Y. Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla.

N11 78-71 W Oral Roberts Morgantown N15 60-70 L Kent State Morgantown N17 97-62 W Alcorn State Morgantown N22 83-48 W Morehead State Charleston N28 77-56 W Akron Morgantown D3 62-75 L Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. D8 85-80# W Kansas State Wichita, Kan. D10 77-66 W Miami Morgantown Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic D17 84-64 W Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Morgantown D19 72-53 W Tennessee Tech Morgantown D22 70-68* W Missouri State Las Vegas, Nev. D23 81-83* L Baylor Las Vegas, Nev. D28 83-69 W Villanova Morgantown D30 48-67 L Seton Hall Newark, N.J. J4 85-64 W Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. J7 74-62 W Georgetown Morgantown J9 57-64 L Connecticut Hartford, Conn. J14 84-60 W Rutgers Morgantown J18 78-62 W Marshall Charleston J21 77-74* W Cincinnati Morgantown J25 62-78 L St. John’s New York, N.Y. J28 61-63 L Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. J30 66-72 L Pitt Morgantown F5 87-84* W Providence Providence, R.I. F8 51-55 L Notre Dame Morgantown F11 74-77 L Louisville Morgantown F16 66-48 W Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. F22 44-71 L Notre Dame Notre Dame, Ind. F24 60-61 L Marquette Morgantown F28 92-75 W DePaul Morgantown M3 50-44 W USF Tampa, Fla. Big East Tournament M7 67-71* L Connecticut New York, N.Y. NCAA Tournament M15 54-77 L Gonzaga Pittsburgh, Pa.

2009-10 (31-7, 13-5 BIG EAST/3RD) // COACH BOB HUGGINS N15 83-60 W Loyola Univ. Maryland Morgantown N24 69-50 W The Citadel Charleston 76 Classic N26 85-62 W Long Beach State Anaheim, Calif. N27 73-66 W Texas A&M Anaheim, Calif. N29 84-66 W Portland Anaheim, Calif. D9 68-39 W Duquesne Morgantown D12 69-43 W Coppin State Morgantown D19 80-78 W Cleveland State Cleveland, Ohio D23 76-66 W Mississippi Morgantown D26 90-84* W Seton Hall Newark, N.J. D29 63-62 W Marquette Morgantown J1 62-77 L Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. J6 86-52 W Rutgers Morgantown J9 68-70 L Notre Dame Notre Dame, Ind. J13 69-50 W USF Tampa, Fla. J16 71-72 L Syracuse Morgantown J20 68-60 W Marshall Charleston J23 71-65 W Ohio State Morgantown J26 62-46 W DePaul Rosemont, Ill. J30 77-74 W Louisville Morgantown F3 70-51 W Pitt Morgantown F6 79-60 W St. John’s New York, N.Y. F8 75-82 L Villanova Morgantown F12 95-98+ L Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. F17 88-74 W Providence Providence, R.I. F20 75-63 W Seton Hall Morgantown F22 62-73 L Connecticut Hartford, Conn. F27 74-68 W Cincinnati Morgantown M1 81-68 W Georgetown Morgantown M6 68-66* W Villanova Philadelphia, Pa. Big East Tournament M11 54-51 W Cincinnati New York, N.Y. M12 53-51 W Notre Dame New York, N.Y. M13 60-58 W Georgetown New York, N.Y. NCAA Tournament M19 77-50 W Morgan State Buffalo, N.Y. M21 68-59 W Missouri Buffalo, N.Y. M25 69-56 W Washington Syracuse, N.Y. M27 73-66 W Kentucky Syracuse, N.Y. A3 57-78 L Duke Indianapolis, Ind.

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Kansas City, Mo.

2013-14 (17-16, 9-9 BIG 12/6TH) // COACH BOB HUGGINS N8 77-62 W Mount St. Mary’s N12 82-87 L Virginia Tech N17 96-83 W Duquesne Cancun Challenge N21 101-68 W Georgia Southern N23 88-55 W Presbyterian N26 78-60 W Old Dominion N27 63-70 L Wisconsin D2 96-47 W Loyola D5 71-80 L Missouri D10 76-80 L Gonzaga D14 74-64 W Marshall D22 70-73 L Purdue D29 82-45 W William & Mary J4 74-69 W TCU J6 89-86* W Texas Tech J11 72-73 L Oklahoma State J13 69-80 L Texas J18 56-78 L Kansas State J22 87-81 W Texas Tech J25 75-81 L Oklahoma State J28 66-64 W Baylor F1 81-71 W Kansas State F5 91-86* W Oklahoma F8 69-83 L Kansas F10 102-77 W Iowa State F15 71-88 L Texas F22 75-88 L Baylor F26 66-83 L Iowa State M1 81-59 W TCU M5 62-72 L Oklahoma M8 92-86 W Kansas Big 12 Championship M13 49-66 L Texas National Invitation Tournament M18 65-77 L Georgetown

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WVU 92, Oklahoma 68 (Oklahoma City, OU ranked No. 7) WVU 91, at Villanova 87 (‘Nova ranked No. 3) WVU 60, at UCLA 56 WVU 67, Pitt 62 (Senior Night, Pitt ranked No. 8) WVU 70, UCLA 65 (UCLA ranked No. 2) WVU 78, Clemson 73 (NIT Championship) WVU 73, Duke 67 (in NCAA second round) WVU 76, Ohio State 48 (worst non-conference home loss in OSU history) WVU 74, Pitt 60 (Pitt ranked No. 2, BIG EAST quarters) WVU 60, Georgetown 58 (BIG EAST Championship) WVU 73, Kentucky 66 (in NCAA East Regional Final) WVU 68, Purdue 64 (Purdue ranked No. 8) WVU 72, Notre Dame 58 (Notre Dame ranked No. 8) WVU 65, Connecticut 56 (UConn won 2011 national title) WVU 74, Georgetown 62 (Georgetown ranked No. 9) WVU 92, Kansas 86 (Kansas ranked No. 8) WVU 69, Maryland 59 (in NCAA third round) WVU 62, Kansas 61 (Kansas ranked No. 8) WVU 74, Kansas 63 (Kansas ranked No. 1) WVU 81, Iowa State 76 (ISU had won 32 of 34 at home) WVU 69, Oklahoma 67 (semifinals of Big 12 Championship) WVU 66, Virginia 57 (first non-conference road over AP Top 10 team since 1957) WVU 89, Baylor 68 (largest loss in AP history by a team in its first-ever game as No. 1) WVU 85, Kansas 69 (No. 2 in AP poll, No. 1 in USA Today Coaches poll) WVU 83, Notre Dame 71 (in NCAA Second Round to advance to Sweet 16) WVU 89, Oklahoma 76 (Oklahoma ranked No. 7) WVU 66, Texas Tech 63 (semifinals of Big 12 Championship) WVU 65, Kansas 64 (Kansas ranked No. 7) WVU 79, Texas Tech 74 (Texas Tech ranked No. 7, quarterfinals of Big 12 Championship)

J3 78-67 W TCU J5 78-67 W Texas Tech J10 72-74 L Iowa State J13 86-65 W Oklahoma J17 50-77 L Texas J24 86-85* W TCU J27 65-59 W Kansas State J31 77-58 W Texas Tech F3 52-71 L Oklahoma F7 69-87 L Baylor F11 76-72 W Kansas State F14 59-79 L Iowa State F16 62-61 W Kansas F21 73-63 W Oklahoma State F24 71-64 W Texas F28 66-78 L Baylor M3 69-76* L Kansas M7 81-72 W Oklahoma State Big 12 Championship M12 70-80 L Baylor NCAA Tournament M20 68-62 W Buffalo M22 69-59 W Maryland M26 39-78 L Kentucky

Kansas City, Mo. Washington, D.C.

Fort Worth, Texas Lubbock, Texas Morgantown Morgantown Austin, Texas Morgantown Manhattan, Kan. Morgantown Norman, Okla. Morgantown Morgantown Ames, Iowa Morgantown Stillwater, Okla. Morgantown Waco, Texas Lawrence, Kan. Morgantown Kansas City, Mo. Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio

2015-16 (26-9, 13-5 BIG 12/2ND) // COACH BOB HUGGINS

2014-15 (25-10, 11-7 BIG 12/4TH) // COACH BOB HUGGINS

N13 107-61 W Northern Kentucky N16 86-73 W James Madison Continental Tire Las Vegas Invitational N20 103-62 W Stetson N23 97-44 W Bethune-Cookman N26 67-59 W Richmond N27 72-50 W San Diego State D5 87-54 W Kennesaw State Jimmy V Classic D8 54-70 L Virginia D13 100-58 W UL Monroe D17 86-68 W Marshall D21 84-59 W Eastern Kentucky

N14 64-54 W Monmouth Morgantown N16 83-56 W Lafayette Morgantown Puerto Rico Tip-Off N20 91-65 W George Mason San Juan, P.R. N21 70-66 W Boston College San Juan, P.R. N23 78-68 W Connecticut San Juan, P.R. N26 103-72 W VMI Charleston N29 86-57 W College of Charleston Morgantown D4 73-74 L LSU Morgantown D7 67-42 W Northern Kentucky Highland Heights, Ky. D14 69-66 W Marshall Charleston D20 83-69 W NC State New York, N.Y. D22 77-44 W Wofford Morgantown D30 82-51 W Virginia Tech Morgantown

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Brooklyn, N.Y.

2016-17 (28-9, 12-6 BIG 12/2ND) // COACH BOB HUGGINS N11 87-59 W Mount St. Mary’s Morgantown N14 107-66 W Mississippi Valley State Morgantown NIT Season Tip-Off N20 100-41 W New Hampshire Morgantown N24 89-57 W Illinois Brooklyn, N.Y. N25 77-81 L Temple Brooklyn, N.Y. N28 108-61 W Manhattan Morgantown D3 66-57 W Virginia Charlottesville, Va. D7 90-37 W Western Carolina Charleston D10 90-55 W VMI Morgantown D17 112-67 W UMKC Morgantown D20 84-57 W Radford Morgantown D23 92-61 W Northern Kentucky Morgantown D30 92-75 W Oklahoma State Stillwater, Okla. J3 76-77* L Texas Tech Lubbock, Texas J7 82-70 W TCU Morgantown J10 89-68 W Baylor Morgantown J14 74-72 W Texas Austin, Texas J18 87-89* L Oklahoma Morgantown J21 75-79 L Kansas State Manhattan, Kan. J24 85-69 W Kansas Morgantown J28 81-77 W Texas A&M Morgantown J31 85-72 W Iowa State Ames, Iowa F4 75-82 L Oklahoma State Morgantown F8 61-50 W Oklahoma Norman, Okla. F11 85-66 W Kansas State Morgantown F13 80-84* L Kansas Lawrence, Kan. F18 83-74# W Texas Tech Morgantown F20 77-62 W Texas Morgantown F25 61-60 W TCU Fort Worth, Texas F27 62-71 L Baylor Waco, Texas M3 87-76 W Iowa State Morgantown Big 12 Championship M9 63-53 W Texas Kansas City, Mo. M10 51-50 W Kansas State Kansas City, Mo. M11 74-80 L Iowa State Kansas City, Mo. NCAA Tournament M16 86-80 W Bucknell Buffalo, N.Y. M18 83-71 W Notre Dame Buffalo, N.Y. M23 58-61 L Gonzaga San Jose, Calif.

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2018-19 (15-21, 4-14 BIG 12/10TH) // COACH BOB HUGGINS N9 94-99* L Buffalo Myrtle Beach Invitational N15 71-53 W Monmouth N16 57-63 L Western Kentucky N18 97-90 W Saint Joseph’s N24 88-76 W Valparaiso N28 92-78 W Rider D1 106-72 W Youngstown State Jimmy V Classic D4 56-66 L Florida D8 69-59 W Pitt Basketball Hall of Fame Holiday Classic D16 70-83 L Rhode Island D22 74-72 W Jacksonville State D30 78-68 W Lehigh J2 59-62 L Texas Tech J5 54-61 L Texas J9 69-71 L Kansas State J12 77-85 L Oklahoma State J15 67-98 L TCU J19 65-64 W Kansas J21 73-85 L Baylor J26 66-83 L Tennessee J30 68-93 L Iowa State F2 79-71 W Oklahoma F4 50-81 L Texas Tech F9 53-75 L Texas F16 53-78 L Kansas F18 51-65 L Kansas State F23 75-82 L Baylor F26 104-96+ W TCU M2 80-92 L Oklahoma M6 90-75 W Iowa State M9 77-85 L Oklahoma State Big 12 Championship M13 72-71 W Oklahoma M14 79-74 W Texas Tech M15 74-88 L Kansas College Basketball Invitational M20 77-63 W Grand Canyon M25 91-109 L Coastal Carolina

2017-18 (26-11, 11-7 BIG 12/2ND) // COACH BOB HUGGINS

Armed Forces Classic N10 65-88 L Texas A&M Ramstein-Miesenbach, Germany N15 98-64 W American Morgantown N18 111-48 W Morgan State Morgantown AdvoCare Invitational N20 91-62 W Long Beach State Morgantown N23 84-78 W Marist Lake Buena Vista, Fla. N24 83-45 W UCF Lake Buena Vista, Fla. N26 83-79 W Missouri Lake Buena Vista, Fla. N30 102-69 W NJIT Morgantown D5 68-61 W Virginia Morgantown D9 69-60 W Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. D20 77-38 W Coppin State Morgantown

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SERIES

RECORDS SERIES LAST OPPONENT BEGAN PLAYED W/L Adelphi 1980 1980 1-0 Air Force 1973 1973 1-0 Akron 1905 2012 2-2 Alabama 1955 1955 0-1 Alabama A&M 1998 1999 2-0 Alabama-Birmingham 1987 1992 1-2 Alaska-Fairbanks 1995 1995 1-0 Alcorn State 2012 2012 1-0 Alderson-Broaddus 1924 1949 4-0 Allegheny 1904 1933 10-11 American 1975 2017 4-2 Arizona 1949 2008 2-3 Arkansas 2007 2007 0-1 Arkansas-Monticello 2002 2008 2-0 Army 1918 1971 6-8 Auburn 1985 2008 2-2 Baltimore 1938 1938 1-0 Baylor 2012 2019 7-10 Bethany 1907 1953 19-3 Bethune-Cookman 2016 2016 1-0 Boston College 1963 2015 9-8 Boston U. 1959 1975 2-0 Bowling Green 1977 2000 3-0 Bradley 1947 1989 2-3 Brigham Young 1948 1974 1-1 Bucknell 1923 2017 9-0 Buffalo 1918 2018 2-2 Buffalo State 1977 1977 1-0 BYU-Hawaii 1988 1988 1-0 California 1959 1976 1-4 California, Pa. 1984 1984 1-0 California-Irvine 1972 1972 1-0 Canisius 1946 2008 7-1 Carnegie Mellon 1915 1955 34-18 Case Western 1936 1951 2-0 Catholic 1916 1925 0-2 Centre 1924 1924 1-0 Charlotte 1988 1991 2-2 Cincinnati 1941 2012 10-10 Citadel 1959 2010 8-2 City College of New York. 1922 1981 3-3 Clemson 1952 2011 4-1 Cleveland State 1977 2011 5-0 Coastal Carolina 2019 2019 0-1 Colgate 1918 1971 1-3 College of Charleston 2015 2015 1-0 Columbia 1954 1972 3-1 Connecticut 1963 2015 6-16 Coppin State 2005 2017 3-0 Cornell 1919 1973 3-3 Creighton 1932 2005 1-1 Dartmouth 1956 1959 1-1 Davidson 1956 2013 19-17 Davis & Elkins 1908 1950 13-7 Dayton 1965 2009 1-3 Delaware State 2001 2009 4-0 DePaul 1945 2012 7-1 Detroit 1928 1968 2-2 Dickinson 1936 1936 1-0 Drexel 1980 1980 1-0 Duke 1951 2010 7-18 Duquesne 1915 2014 51-37 East Carolina 1966 2000 9-0 East Tennessee State 1981 1997 2-0 Eastern Kentucky 1979 2016 2-1 Elon 2009 2009 1-0 Fairleigh Dickinson 1978 1978 1-0 Fairmont State 1916 1948 13-1 Florida 1963 2018 3-6

SERIES LAST OPPONENT BEGAN PLAYED W/L Mississippi Valley State 1993 2017 2-0 Missouri 1992 2017 2-2 Missouri State 2012 2012 1-0 Monmouth 2015 2018 2-0 Montana 2007 2007 1-0 Morehead State 1980 2012 3-0 Morgan State 1996 2017 3-0 Morris Brown 2001 2001 1-0 Morris Harvey 1947 1947 1-0 Mount St. Mary’s 1989 2017 5-0 Mount Union 1905 1906 0-2 Muhlenberg 1944 1946 1-1 Murray State 2018 2018 1-0 Muskingum 1917 1921 3-0 Navy 1923 1972 6-7 Nebraska 1930 1930 0-1 Nevada-Las Vegas 1983 2003 1-2 New Hampshire 1976 2017 3-0 New Mexico 1950 2002 4-0 New Mexico State 2008 2008 1-0 New York 1930 1966 7-10 Niagara 1918 1952 3-3 NJIT 2017 2017 1-0 North Carolina 1950 1966 5-0 North Carolina A&T 1982 1982 1-0 North Carolina State 1947 2015 10-7 North Carolina-Asheville 2002 2002 1-0 North Carolina-Greensboro 1993 2003 3-0 NE Missouri State 1988 1988 1-0 Northeastern 2004 2004 0-1 Northern Kentucky 2015 2017 3-0 Northwestern 1959 1972 1-1 Northwestern State 2006 2006 1-0 Notre Dame 1970 2017 13-27 Oakland 2011 2013 2-0 Ohio 1907 2001 7-9 Ohio Northern 1981 1981 1-0 Ohio State 1941 2010 7-9 Ohio Wesleyan 1907 1985 4-1 Oklahoma 2006 2019 9-10 Oklahoma State 1959 2019 7-8 Old Dominion 1986 2014 2-3 Oral Roberts 2012 2012 1-0 Oregon State 1963 1984 3-0 Pacific 1975 1975 1-0 Penn State 1906 1991 66-53 Pennsylvania 1922 1981 1-1 Pepperdine 2002 2002 0-1 Pitt 1904 2018 98-88 Portland 2010 2010 1-0 Prairie View A&M 2008 2008 1-0 Presbyterian 2014 2014 1-0 Princeton 1922 1967 0-2 Providence 1965 2012 17-11 Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 1998 1998 1-0 Purdue 1962 2014 1-7 Radford 1992 2017 6-0 Rhode Island 1971 2018 20-13 Rice 1998 1998 1-0 Richmond 1951 2016 41-13 Rider 1930 2018 3-1 Robert Morris 1979 2011 19-2 Rochester 1944 1944 0-1 Rutgers 1919 2012 46-26 Saint Leo 1982 1983 2-0 Saint Louis 1960 2004 3-2 Saint Peter’s 2005 2005 1-0 Salem 1916 1951 21-1 San Diego State 2016 2016 1-0 Santa Clara 1969 1969 0-1 Savannah State 2007 2007 1-0 Seattle 1984 1984 1-0 Seton Hall 1978 2012 15-11 Slippery Rock 2007 2007 1-0 South Alabama 1982 1994 2-1

SERIES LAST OPPONENT BEGAN PLAYED W/L Florida A&M 1996 1996 1-0 Florida Atlantic 1994 1994 1-0 Florida International 2002 2002 1-0 Florida State 1956 1997 3-1 Fordham 1943 2017 3-0 Fresno State 1982 1989 1-2 Furman 1953 1991 24-4 Gardner-Webb 2003 2003 1-0 Geneva 1905 1950 12-6 George Mason 1986 2015 4-0 George Washington 1926 2005 60-33 Georgetown 1922 2014 25-27 Georgia 1993 1999 2-1 Georgia Southern 1975 2014 3-0 Georgia Tech 1950 1999 1-2 Gettysburg 1917 1917 0-1 Glenville State 1946 1946 1-0 Gonzaga 2012 2017 0-4 Grand Canyon 2019 2019 1-0 Grove City 1905 1929 8-10 Hawaii 1970 1970 1-0 High Point 2001 2001 1-0 Hiram 1905 1905 0-2 Holy Cross 1959 1959 1-0 Howard 2004 2004 1-0 Hunter 1976 1976 1-0 Illinois 1963 2017 2-3 Illinois State 1975 1975 0-1 Indiana, Pa. 1984 1986 3-0 Iowa 1957 2009 1-1 Iowa State 2013 2019 7-8 IPFW 2004 2004 1-0 IUPUI 2004 2004 1-0 Jacksonville State 2018 2018 1-0 James Madison 1983 2006 8-3 Juniata 1944 1944 0-1 Kansas 2013 2019 5-12 Kansas State 1950 2019 10-7 Kennesaw State 2016 2016 1-0 Kent State 2004 2012 1-1 Kentucky 1924 2018 5-16 La Salle 1955 1993 1-3 Lafayette 1940 2015 2-2 Lehigh 1946 2018 5-0 Long Beach State 2010 2017 2-0 Long Island 1942 1982 4-1 Longwood 2009 2009 1-0 Louisiana Monroe 2006 2016 2-0 Louisiana State 2005 2015 1-2 Louisville 1959 2012 4-9 Loyola Univ. Maryland 2010 2014 2-0 Manhattan 1948 2017 4-3 Marietta 1908 1940 12-15 Marist 2013 2017 2-0 Marquette 1966 2012 4-7 Marshall 1929 2018 34-11 Maryland 1926 2015 24-14 Maryland Eastern Shore 2007 2008 2-0 Massachusetts 1973 2007 28-13 McNeese State 2000 2000 1-0 Memphis 1956 1961 1-1 Miami 1956 2012 8-7 Miami, Ohio 1951 2009 2-0 Michigan 2013 2013 0-1 Michigan State 1936 1941 1-2 Middle Tennessee State 1986 1986 0-1 Minnesota 1967 2011 2-2 Mississippi 2009 2010 2-0 Mississippi State 2007 2012 1-1

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OVERTIME

GAMES DATE

February 26, 2019 November 9, 2018 March 3, 2018 February 18, 2017 February 13, 2017 January 18, 2017 January 3, 2017 January 2, 2016 March 3, 2015 January 24, 2015 February 5, 2014 January 6, 2014 January 9, 2013 March 7, 2012 February 5, 2012 January 21, 2012 December 23, 2011 December 22, 2011 December 8, 2011 March 6, 2010 February 12, 2010 December 26, 2009 March 13, 2009 March 27, 2008 March 8, 2008 December 29, 2007 March 8, 2007 January 20, 2007 November 26, 2005 March 26, 2005 March 19, 2005 February 5, 2005 December 13, 2003 December 7, 2003 January 12, 2003 January 23, 2002 February 20, 2001 January 30, 2000 January 27, 1999 January 13, 1999 January 5, 1999 January 18, 1998 February 15, 1997 February 8, 1997 January 6, 1996 December 2, 1995 January 27, 1995 February 24, 1994 February 8, 1994 February 4, 1993 January 23, 1993 December 7, 1992 February 27, 1992 February 10, 1991 February 6, 1991 February 25, 1990 December 16, 1989 December 9, 1989 December 22, 1988 December 10, 1988 March 17, 1988 February 15, 1988 February 11, 1988 January 18, 1986 January 16, 1986 January 11, 1986 February 21, 1985 January 31, 1985 February 4, 1984 January 7, 1984 February 19, 1983 February 2, 1983 January 29, 1983 December 18, 1982 December 11, 1982 January 9, 1982 March 25, 1981 March 16, 1981 February 28, 1981

OPPONENT LOCATION TCU Buffalo Texas Texas Tech Kansas Oklahoma Texas Tech Kansas State Kansas TCU Oklahoma Texas Tech Texas Connecticut Providence Cincinnati Baylor Missouri State Kansas State Villanova Pitt Seton Hall Syracuse Xavier St. John’s Oklahoma Louisville Cincinnati LSU Louisville Wake Forest Pittsburgh Duquesne Maryland Georgetown Marshall Villanova Providence Marshall Seton Hall Providence Villanova Syracuse Providence Pittsburgh Georgetown Massachusetts Rhode Island Temple Massachusetts Saint Joseph’s South Alabama Massachusetts Temple Massachusetts Penn State Virginia Tech Pittsburgh UNC Charlotte Pittsburgh Connecticut James Madison Penn State Temple George Washington St. Bonaventure Massachusetts Rutgers Temple Saint Joseph’s St. Bonaventure Virginia Tech George Washington Virginia Commonwealth Ohio State Rhode Island Purdue Temple George Washington

Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Austin, Texas Morgantown, W.Va. Lawrence, Kan. Morgantown, W.Va. Lubbock, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Lubbock, Texas Austin, Texas New York, N.Y. Providence, R.I. Morgantown, W.Va. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Wichita, Kan. Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Newark, N.J. New York, N.Y. Phoenix, Ariz. New York, N.Y. Charleston, W.Va. New York, N.Y. Cincinnati, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. Albuquerque, N.M. Cleveland, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Charleston, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Wheeling, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. East Rutherford, N.J. Providence, R.I. Villanova, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Kingston, R.I. Morgantown, W.Va. Amherst, Mass. Morgantown, W.Va. Mobile, Ala. Morgantown, W.Va. Philadelphia, Pa. Amherst, Mass. Morgantown, W.Va. Blacksburg, Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Charlotte, N.C. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Harrisonburg, Va. University Park, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Olean, N.Y. Springfield, Mass. Piscataway, N.J. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Olean, N.Y. Morgantown, W.Va. Washington, D.C. Charleston, W.Va. Columbus, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. New York, N.Y. Morgantown, W.Va. Washington, D.C.

SCORE W/L

(3 OT) 104-96 (OT) 94-99 (OT) 79-87 (2 OT) 83-74 (OT) 80-84 (OT) 87-89 (OT) 76-77 (2 OT) 87-83 (OT) 69-76 (OT) 86-85 (OT) 91-86 (OT) 89-86 (OT) 57-53 (OT) 67-71 (OT) 87-84 (OT) 77-74 (OT) 81-83 (OT) 70-68 (2 OT) 85-80 (OT) 68-66 (3 OT) 95-98 (OT) 90-84 (OT) 69-74 (OT) 75-79 (OT) 83-74 (2 OT) 82-88 (2 OT) 71-82 (OT) 86-96 (OT) 68-71 (OT) 85-93 (2 OT) 111-105 (OT) 83-78 (OT) 88-84 (OT) 78-77 (OT) 82-84 (OT) 79-81 (2 OT) 107-100 (OT) 70-60 (OT) 85-84 (OT) 58-63 (OT) 87-90 (OT) 79-65 (OT) 77-87 (OT) 90-78 (OT) 83-84 (OT) 83-86 (OT) 94-97 (3 OT) 102-105 (OT) 78-71 (OT) 59-64 (2 OT) 82-81 (OT) 100-107 (OT) 69-74 (OT) 78-88 (OT) 85-82 (OT) 79-71 (OT) 68-75 (2 OT) 97-93 (OT) 82-73 (OT) 84-81 (OT) 57-62 (OT) 70-72 (OT) 61-63 (OT) 69-65 (OT) 75-74 (2 OT) 89-88 (OT) 76-74 (OT) 76-71 (OT) 77-83 (OT) 70-74 (2 OT) 61-63 (3 OT) 90-86 (OT) 61-59 (OT) 66-65 (2 OT) 69-67 (OT) 71-69 (OT) 72-75 (OT) 77-76 (OT) 82-85

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December 30, 1980 December 6, 1980 February 9, 1980 January 23, 1980 January 9, 1980 January 2, 1980 December 8, 1979 March 4, 1977 January 10, 1976 February 17, 1975 January 27, 1975 January 15, 1975 January 8, 1975 December 3, 1974 February 27, 1974 January 30, 1974 January 9, 1974 February 19, 1973 February 3, 1973 February 21, 1972 February 9, 1972 January 26, 1972 December 11, 1971 January 27, 1971 December 12, 1970 January 31, 1970 January 17, 1970 January 14, 1970 January 13, 1968 January 3, 1968 January 11, 1967 January 7, 1967 February 19, 1966 February 27, 1965 February 26, 1965 December 12, 1964 December 26, 1962 February 3, 1962 December 30, 1960 December 3, 1960 March 11, 1960 February 12, 1959 January 8, 1959 December 27, 1958 March 1, 1958 December 17, 1957 March 13, 1956 March 5, 1955 February 2, 1955 December 17, 1952 December 11, 1951 February 11, 1950 March 5, 1949 December 8, 1945 January 16, 1943 December 19, 1942 March 17, 1942 February 15, 1939 February 10, 1939 February 19, 1938 February 7, 1938 February 24, 1937 February 20, 1937 February 5, 1937 February 11, 1936 January 5, 1935 January 13, 1934 February 3, 1932 February 25, 1931 February 13, 1929 January 28, 1926 January 17, 1924 December 31, 1919 March 8, 1919 February 17, 1919

Ohio State Marshall Rutgers American Virginia Tech Marshall Penn State Villanova Davidson Richmond Rutgers Virginia Tech Massachusetts Pittsburgh Manhattan Virginia George Washington Penn State Davidson Furman Virginia Virginia Tech Northwestern North Carolina State Virginia George Washington Florida Pittsburgh Davidson Virginia Military Maryland Davidson Syracuse William & Mary Davidson Maryland Boston College North Carolina State Memphis State William & Mary New York University New York University Penn State Northwestern George Washington Richmond Dartmouth George Washington Penn State William & Mary George Washington Cincinnati Pittsburgh Penn State St. Bonaventure West Virginia Wesleyan Long Island Penn State George Washington Penn State Georgetown Washington & Jefferson Washington & Jefferson Temple Georgetown Carnegie Tech Georgetown Salem Duquesne Army West Virginia Wesleyan Pittsburgh Yale Washington & Jefferson Allegheny

Columbus, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. Piscataway, N.J. Fort Myer, Va. Blacksburg, Va. Charleston, W.Va. University Park, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Charlotte, N.C. Richmond, Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Greenville, S.C. Charleston, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Raleigh, N.C. Morgantown, W.Va. Fort Myer, Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Beckley, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Charlotte, N.C. Morgantown, W.Va. Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. College Park, Md. New York, N.Y. Greensboro, N.C. New Orleans, La. Morgantown, W.Va. Charlotte, N.C. New York, N.Y. University Park, Pa. Chicago, Ill. Washington, D.C. Morgantown, W.Va. New York, N.Y. Richmond, Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Williamsburg, Va. Washington, D.C. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Buffalo, N.Y. Buckhannon, W.Va. New York, N.Y. Morgantown, W.Va. Cumberland, Md. Morgantown, W.Va. Washington, D.C. Morgantown, W.Va. Washington, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Washington, D.C. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. West Point, N.Y. Morgantown, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Meadville, Pa.

SCORE W/L (2 OT) 67-70 (OT) 73-76 (OT) 80-82 (OT) 71-69 (OT) 71-73 (OT) 63-62 (OT) 66-68 (OT) 75-83 (OT) 84-80 (OT) 82-84 (2 OT) 84-86 (OT) 86-87 (OT) 89-85 (OT) 82-78 (2 OT) 101-100 (OT) 90-85 (OT) 71-74 (OT) 59-62 (2 OT) 88-85 (OT) 96-99 (OT) 88-89 (3 OT) 101-105 (OT) 98-94 (OT) 98-100 (OT) 91-94 (OT) 92-91 (OT) 88-87 (OT) 67-66 (OT) 89-86 (OT) 90-92 (OT) 81-82 (2 OT) 93-97 (OT) 99-95 (2 OT) 70-67 (OT) 74-72 (OT) 80-73 (OT) 65-64 (OT) 82-81 (OT) 86-82 (OT) 74-72 (OT) 81-82 (OT) 70-72 (OT) 89-81 (2 OT) 109-118 (2 OT) 113-107 (OT) 76-74 (OT) 59-61 (OT) 58-48 (OT) 68-77 (OT) 101-100 (OT) 81-83 (2 OT) 64-69 (OT) 32-34 (OT) 42-41 (OT) 50-37 (OT) 60-47 (OT) 58-49 (3 OT) 43-46 (OT) 37-39 (OT) 41-44 (OT) 36-40 (OT) 41-42 (2 OT) 49-47 (OT) 38-40 (OT) 36-42 (OT) 37-34 (2 OT) 37-32 (OT) 50-38 (OT) 38-35 (OT) 39-34 (OT) 33-35 (OT) 24-23 (OT) 49-44 (OT) 35-36 (OT) 29-30

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W L PCT. 0 1.000 1 .000 1 .500 0 1.000 2 .500 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .833 1 .800 0 1.000 1 .857+ 0 1.000 1 .857 2 .600 1 .833 2 .778 1 .900 4 .556 4 .692 2 .846 2 .833 2 .800 2 .800 3 .893 5 .688 7 .696 5 .750 5 .772 4 .765 5 .773 7 .696 5 .783 7 .632 9 .550 6 .647 6 .714 2 .895 3 .700 4 .750 5 .737 4 .818 9 .625 3 .842 5 .643 4 .818 2 .750

DATE Dec. 25 Dec. 26 Dec. 27 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Jan. 1 Jan. 2 Jan. 3 Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 6 Jan. 7 Jan. 8 Jan. 9 Jan. 10 Jan. 11 Jan. 12 Jan. 13 Jan. 14 Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 18 Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan. 21 Jan. 22 Jan. 23 Jan. 24 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 Jan. 29 Jan. 30 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Feb. 4 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 8

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DATE Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 29 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 18 Mar. 19 Mar. 20 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 27 Mar. 29 Apr. 3 Totals

W L PCT. 1 .000 4 .333 7 .500 10 .630 9 .609 13 .639 2 .750 4 .200 6 .647 10 .655 6 .727 7 .774 7 .767 11 .577 11 .656 18 .514 12 .613 15 .500 11 .645 14 .588 8 .742 14 .440 14 .600 9 .690 14 .548 15 .423 10 .630 8 .652 9 .500 7 .696 3 .870 14 .364 15 .516 14 .462 10 .615 13 .536 10 .667 16 .529 6 .786 10 .643 11 .656 19 .500 13 .567 14 .548 19 .500 17 .528

JORDAN MCCABE

W L PCT. 15 22 .405 11 15 .423 21 19 .525 19 19 .500 15 14 .517 20 11 .645 14 20 .412 24 10 .706 24 14 .632 18 16 .529 14 16 .467 25 17 .595 13 15 .464 18 20 .474 19 10 .655 21 8 .724 19 10 .655 21 13 .618 24 12 .667 14 13 .519 4 2 .667 26 12 .684 18 11 .621 23 13 .639 14 11 .560 12 11 .522 13 14 .481 12 7 .632 12 9 .571 15 7 .682 8 5 .615 10 9 .526 13 9 .591 9 8 .529 4 3 .571 4 5 .444 5 2 .714 8 3 .727 2 7 .222 5 6 .455 7 1 .875 1 3 .250 2 2 .500 1 4 .200 1 1 .500 2 2 .500 0 2 .000 2 1 .667 1 0 1.000 0 1 .000 1,771 1,100 .617

DAY OF THE WEEK

W L PCT. Sunday 66 36 .647 Monday 165 101 .620 Tuesday 173 130 .571 Wednesday 343 199 .633 Thursday 175 113 .608 Friday 165 90 .647 Saturday 669 410 .620

MONTH

W L PCT. November 108 28 .794 December 393 159 .710 January 507 328 .609 February 525 400 .569 March 223 164 .577 April 0 1 .000

WINNINGEST DATES IN WVU HISTORY BY PERCENTAGE MINIMUM 5 GAMES Dec. 14 Dec. 1 Nov. 24 Jan. 24 Mar. 20 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 20 Nov. 18 Nov. 22 Dec. 18 Nov. 28 Dec. 22 Dec. 16 Jan. 5 Nov. 29 Nov. 15 Nov. 30

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L Pct. 2 .895 3 .889 1 .889 3 .870 1 .857 1 .857 2 .846 3 .842 1 .833 1 .833 4 .818 2 .818 4 .810 3 .800 6 .800 2 .800 1 .800 2 .800

WINNINGEST DATES IN WVU HISTORY BY WINS Mar. 1 Feb. 20 Dec. 1 Jan. 5 Feb. 16 Feb. 27 Feb. 17 Jan. 6 Jan. 14 Mar. 3 Feb. 1 Dec. 30 Feb. 24 Jan. 8 Feb. 3 Jan. 16 Feb. 11 Jan. 24 Jan. 17 Jan. 30 Jan. 12 Feb. 14 Feb. 26 Jan. 13

[

W 17 24 8 20 6 6 11 16 5 5 18 9 17 12 24 8 4 8

W L 26 12 25 17 24 3 24 6 24 9 24 12 24 14 23 7 23 8 23 13 22 6 22 13 21 8 21 11 21 11 21 14 21 19 20 3 20 9 20 9 20 10 20 11 20 13 20 14


TOURNAMENTS

FIRST LAST TOURNAMENT W L PCT. APPEAANCE APPEARANCE Guardians Classic 2 2 .500 2006 2006 Hall of Fame Tournament 2 0 1.000 1977 1977 Hispanic College Fund Classic 2 0 1.000 2002 2002 Holiday Festival 2 3 .400 1963 1968 Jim Thorpe Classic 1 1 .500 2003 2003 Jimmy V Classic 0 3 .000 2008 2018 Kentucky Invitational Tournament 7 5 .583 1958 1977 Las Vegas Classic 3 1 .750 2012 2012 Las Vegas Invitational 7 1 .875 2008 2015 Legends Classic 3 1 .750 2007 2007 Lobo Invitational Tournament 1 1 .500 1976 1976 Los Angeles Classic 4 5 .444 1960 1964 Milwaukee Classic 1 1 .500 1966 1966 Mountaineer Classic 11 3 .786 1971 1981 Myrtle Beach Invitational 2 2 .500 2018 2018 National Invitation Tournament 21 16 .568 1942 2014 NCAA Tournament 31 29 .517 1955 2018 NIT Season Tip-Off 3 1 .750 2016 2016 Old Spice Classic 3 3 .500 2007 2013 Orange Bowl Classic 3 1 .750 1956 2004 Palm Beach Classic 2 0 1.000 1990 1990 Pre-Season NIT 1 2 .333 1986 1992 Presidential Classic 1 1 .500 1975 1975 Puerto Rico Tip-Off 6 1 .857 2011 2015 Quaker City Classic 0 2 .000 1971 1971 Rainbow Classic 0 2 .000 1969 1969 San Juan Shootout 3 0 1.000 1998 1998 Seasider Classic 2 0 1.000 1988 1988 Southern Conference Tournament 39 8 .830 1951 1968 Sugar Bowl Tournament 3 1 .750 1961 1970 Utah Classic 1 1 .500 1975 1975 West Virginia Classic 4 0 1.000 1982 1983 Wichita Wildcat Classic 1 0 .500 2013 2013 266 177 .602

FIRST LAST TOURNAMENT W L PCT. APPEAANCE APPEARANCE 76 Classic 3 0 1.000 2009 2009 AdvoCare Invitational 4 0 1.000 2017 2017 All-College Classic 1 0 1.000 2006 2006 Armed Forces Classic 0 1 .000 2017 2017 Atlantic 10 Tournament 15 11 .577 1983 1995 Basketball Hall of Fame Classic 0 1 .000 2018 2018 BB&T Classic 1 1 .500 2004 2004 Big East Championship 12 15 .444 1996 2012 Big East/SEC Challenge 1 1 .500 2007 2012 Big 12/SEC Challenge 1 5 .167 2013 2019 Big 12 Championship 8 7 .533 2013 2019 Big Island Invitational 2 1 .667 1999 1999 Big Sun Invitational Tournament 0 2 .000 1978 1978 Birmingham Classic 3 1 .750 1955 1957 Brooklyn Hoops Winter Classic 0 1 .000 2013 2013 Cable Car Classic 1 1 .500 1992 1992 Cancun Challenge 3 1 .750 2013 2013 Capital Classic 22 6 .786 1989 2015 Centennial Classic 1 1 .500 1964 1964 College Basketball Invitational 1 1 .500 2019 2019 Dixie Classic 2 7 .222 1950 1957 Eastern 8 Tournament 8 5 .615 1978 1982 Eastern Intercollegiate Conference Playoff Game 0 1 .000 1935 1935 ECAC Tournament 2 2 .500 1975 1976 ECBL Tournament 1 2 .333 1977 1977 Far West Classic 2 4 .333 1967 1974 Fiesta Bowl Classic 1 3 .250 1993 2002 Gotham Classic 1 0 1.000 2014 2014 Pts. Score Opponent

100-POINT GAMES Points Score 132 132-82 127 127-97 127 127-73 125 125-64 121 121-65 120 120-68 117 117-83 117 117-74 116 116-94 114 114-85 114 114-67 113 113-54 113 113-92 113 113-107 113 113-32 112 112-67 112 112-71 111 111-48 111 111-105 111 111-63 111 111-63 111 111-90 111 111-68 110 110-44 110 110-59 110 110-95 110 110-84 109 109-84 109 109-118 109 109-84 109 109-50 108 108-61 108 108-89 108 108-80 108 108-90 108 108-74 107 107-66 107 107-61 107 107-100 107 107-73 107 107-98 107 107-68 107 107-60 107 107-69 107 107-90 107 107-93

Opponent Alaska-Fairbanks George Washington Virginia Tech St. Bonaventure Hawaii George Washington William & Mary Virginia Military Saint Joseph’s Alabama A&M Florida Wisconsin-Superior Colgate George Washington Salem UMKC Bucknell Morgan State Wake Forest Puerto Rico-Mayaguez St. Leo George Washington Virginia Tech Maryland Eastern Shore East Tennessee State Furman Virginia Richmond Northwestern Furman Virginia Military Manhattan Boston College Morgan State Massachusetts Akron Mississippi Valley State Northern Kentucky Villanova Duquesne George Washington Robert Morris Adelphi Cleveland State Rhode Island Pittsburgh

Date December 3, 1994 February 25, 1967 February 20, 1965 January 3, 1991 January 24, 1970 January 13, 1962 February 26, 1960 February 24, 1954 January 26, 1991 November 22, 1997 January 30, 1963 December 15, 1981 December 1, 1970 March 1, 1958 January 6, 1945 December 17, 2016 January 3, 1977 November 18, 2017 March 19, 2005 November 28, 1997 November 28, 1981 February 1, 1965 February 3, 1954 November 27, 2007 December 14, 1996 January 5, 1957 February 21, 1953 February 25, 1976 December 27, 1958 January 25, 1958 December 3, 1957 November 28, 2016 February 21, 1996 December 22, 1995 February 12, 1983 November 29, 1980 November 14, 2016 November 13, 2015 February 20, 2001 January 7, 1991 January 20, 1990 February 23, 1980 December 13, 1979 February 21, 1977 January 23, 1971 February 23, 1957

107 106 106 106 106 106 106 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 102 102 102 102

107-79 106-72 106-41 106-53 106-80 106-85 106-100 105-73 105-65 105-79 105-66 105-96 105-93 105-80 105-87 105-90 105-67 105-72 105-74 105-69 105-90 104-96 104-85 104-90 104-95 104-118 104-85 104-86 104-71 104-90 104-85 104-74 104-58 103-62 103-72 103-91 103-62 103-110 103-60 103-87 103-86 103-75 103-63 103-57 103-51 103-68 102-69 102-77 102-86 102-105

North Carolina State Youngstown State Prairie View A&M Columbia William & Mary Furman Saint Joseph’s Arkansas-Monticello St. Bonaventure Youngstown State City College of New York George Washington Richmond George Washington George Washington Furman Furman St. John’s Richmond Mississippi Southern William & Mary TCU Marquette Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Syracuse Syracuse George Washington Furman George Washington Virginia Penn State Virginia Military Stetson Virginia Military Marshall Robert Morris North Carolina-Charlotte St. Leo Penn State East Carolina Richmond Pittsburgh Richmond Florida State Virginia Military NJIT Iowa State Robert Morris Rhode Island

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Date

December 22, 1956 December 1, 2018 November 18, 2007 December 10, 1971 December 3, 1969 January 2, 1965 March 12, 1960 December 1, 2001 January 6, 1990 December 1, 1982 December 7, 1977 January 30, 1971 February 17, 1967 December 4, 1965 January 12, 1961 January 7, 1961 December 7, 1957 February 1, 1957 December 18, 1956 December 14, 1956 February 13, 1956 February 26, 2019 January 14, 2006 March 4, 1972 March 6, 1971 February 11, 1967 February 17, 1964 February 23, 1963 January 5, 1963 February 25, 1961 December 17, 1960 December 12, 1959 February 12, 1958 November 20, 2015 November 26 2014 December 17, 1996 November 25, 1994 December 21, 1990 November 27, 1982 February 18, 1976 December 1, 1971 December 13, 1966 February 14, 1966 February 13, 1960 January 31, 1958 January 30, 1956 November 30, 2017 February 10, 2014 December 15, 2001 February 24, 1994

Pts. Score Opponent

102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

102-73 102-72 102-74 102-69 102-81 102-78 102-97 102-91 102-81 102-72 101-68 101-52 101-79 101-72 101-52 101-84 101-84 101-100 101-105 101-89 101-95 101-93 101-86 101-99 101-79 101-79 101-71 101-63 101-77 101-67 101-100 100-41 100-58 100-54 100-86 100-76 100-107 100-67 100-91 100-83 100-106 100-81 100-97 100-74 100-65 100-66 100-71 100-75 100-75

Rhode Island North Carolina A&T St. Joseph’s, Ind. Cornell Richmond Pittsburgh North Carolina Virginia Military Virginia Washington & Lee Georgia Southern Robert Morris Syracuse Duquesne Virginia Tech Penn State St. Francis, NY Manhattan Virginia Tech Penn State Furman Wisconsin Furman Wake Forest Virginia Military George Washington Virginia Military Duke Virginia Military Virginia Tech William & Mary New Hampshire UL Monroe Bowling Green Towson State Mount St. Mary’s South Alabama Penn State Pittsburgh Duquesne Kentucky George Washington George Washington Virginia Military Davidson Furman Washington & Lee Washington & Lee New York University

Date

January 21, 1991 March 11, 1982 December 4, 1976 January 10, 1973 March 1, 1968 January 18, 1967 December 31, 1965 January 31, 1961 January 13, 1960 December 12, 1953 November 21, 2013 December 16, 1997 December 4, 1996 January 7, 1989 December 17, 1988 February 16, 1983 February 18, 1978 February 27, 1974 January 26, 1972 February 24, 1971 December 5, 1970 December 18, 1965 February 24, 1962 January 31, 1962 January 3, 1962 February 6, 1960 February 1, 1960 December 12, 1958 January 22, 1955 February 20, 1954 December 17, 1952 November 20, 2016 December 13, 2015 December 18, 1999 February 18, 1997 December 28, 1993 December 7, 1992 February 11, 1989 January 5, 1977 January 21, 1975 December 7, 1970 January 4, 1969 January 12, 1963 December 4, 1962 February 26, 1959 January 5, 1959 January 4, 1958 February 15, 1952 January 3, 1952


DIVISION I CONFERENCES

record vs. AMERICA EAST Albany Binghamton Hartford Maine Mass.-Lowell UMBC New Hampshire Stony Brook Vermont TOTALS

WON LOST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 5 0

AMERICAN ATHLETIC Cincinnati Connecticut East Carolina Houston Memphis South Florida SMU Temple Tulane Tulsa UCF Wichita State TOTALS

WON LOST 10 10 6 15 9 0 0 0 1 1 8 1 0 0 34 37 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 70 64

ATLANTIC COAST Boston College Clemson Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Louisville Miami North Carolina North Carolina State Notre Dame Pitt Syracuse Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest TOTALS

WON LOST 9 8 4 1 7 18 3 1 1 2 4 9 8 7 5 0 10 7 13 27 98 88 16 34 10 9 49 30 7 3 244 244

ATLANTIC SUN Florida Gulf Coast Jacksonville Kennesaw State Liberty Lipscomb NJIT North Florida Stetson TOTALS

WON LOST 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 4 1

ATLANTIC 10 Davidson Dayton Duquesne Fordham George Mason George Washington La Salle Massachusetts Rhode Island Richmond St. Bonaventure St. Joseph’s Saint Louis VCU TOTALS

WON LOST 19 17 1 3 51 37 3 0 4 0 60 33 1 3 28 13 20 13 41 13 34 6 23 10 3 2 1 1 289 151

BIG EAST Butler Creighton DePaul Georgetown Marquette Providence St. John’s Seton Hall Villanova Xavier TOTALS

WON LOST 0 0 1 1 7 1 25 27 4 7 17 11 20 17 16 12 20 23 1 1 111 100

BIG SKY Eastern Washington Idaho Idaho State Montana Montana State Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Portland State Sacramento State Southern Utah Weber State TOTALS

WON LOST 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0

BIG SOUTH WON LOST Campbell 0 0 Charleston Southern 0 0 Gardner-Webb 1 0 Hampton 0 0 High Point 1 0 Longwood 1 0 UNC Asheville 1 0 Presbyterian 1 0 Radford 6 0 South Carolina Upstate 0 0 Winthrop 1 0 TOTALS 12 0 BIG TEN Illinois Indiana Iowa Maryland Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Nebraska Northwestern Ohio State Penn State Purdue Rutgers Wisconsin TOTALS

WON LOST 2 3 0 0 1 1 24 14 0 1 1 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 7 9 66 53 1 7 46 26 1 3 152 123

BIG 12 Baylor Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas TCU Texas Tech TOTALS

WON LOST 7 10 7 8 5 12 10 7 9 10 7 8 8 11 13 2 13 5 79 73

BIG WEST UC Davis UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara Cal Poly Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Hawaii Long Beach State TOTALS

WON LOST 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 4 0

COLONIAL ATHLETIC College of Charleston Delaware Drexel Elon Hofstra James Madison UNC Wilmington Northeastern Towson William & Mary TOTALS

WON LOST 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 8 3 0 0 0 1 2 1 37 9 50 14

CONFERENCE USA Charlotte Florida Atlantic FIU Louisiana Tech Marshall Middle Tennessee North Texas Old Dominion Rice Southern Miss UAB UTEP UTSA Western Kentucky TOTALS

WON LOST 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 34 11 0 1 0 0 2 3 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 45 21

HORIZON WON LOST Cleveland State 5 0 Detroit 2 2 Green Bay 1 0 Illinois-Chicago 0 0 IUPUI 1 0 Milwaukee 0 0 Northern Kentucky 3 0 Oakland 2 0 Wright State 0 0 Youngstown State 5 0 TOTALS 18 3 IVY LEAGUE Brown Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Penn Princeton Yale TOTALS

WON LOST 0 0 3 1 3 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 3 0 11 8

METRO ATLANTIC Canisius Fairfield Iona Manhattan Marist Monmouth Niagara Quinnipiac Rider Saint Peter’s Siena TOTALS

WON LOST 7 1 0 0 0 0 4 3 2 0 2 0 3 3 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 22 8

MID-AMERICAN Akron Ball State Bowling Green Buffalo Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Kent State Miami, Ohio Northern Illinois Ohio Toledo Western Michigan TOTALS

WON LOST 2 2 0 0 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 7 9 1 1 1 0 19 15

MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC WON LOST Bethune-Cookman 1 0 Coppin State 3 0 Delaware State 4 0 Florida A&M 1 0 Howard 1 0 Maryland-Eastern Shore 2 0 Morgan State 3 0 Norfolk State 0 0 North Carolina A&T 1 0 North Carolina Central 0 0 South Carolina State 0 0 TOTALS 16 0

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MISSOURI VALLEY Bradley Drake Evansville Illinois State Indiana State Loyola Chicago Missouri State Northern Iowa Southern Illinois Valparaiso TOTALS

WON LOST 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 5 5

SOUTHERN Chattanooga The Citadel East Tennessee State Furman Mercer UNC Greensboro Samford VMI Western Carolina Wofford TOTALS

MOUNTAIN WEST Air Force Boise State Colorado State Fresno State Nevada UNLV New Mexico San Diego State San Jose State Utah State Wyoming TOTALS

WON LOST 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 4

SOUTHLAND WON LOST Abilene Christian 0 0 Central Arkansas 0 0 Houston Baptist 0 0 Incarnate Word 0 0 Lamar 0 0 McNeese State 1 0 New Orleans 0 0 Nicholls State 0 0 Northwestern State 1 0 Sam Houston State 0 0 Southeastern Louisiana 0 0 Stephen F. Austin 0 1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 1 0 TOTALS 3 1

NORTHEAST WON LOST Bryant 0 0 Central Connecticut State 0 0 Fairleigh Dickinson 1 0 LIU Brooklyn 4 1 Mount St. Mary’s 5 0 Robert Morris 19 2 Sacred Heart 0 0 St. Francis, N.Y. 3 0 St. Francis, Pa. 3 2 Wagner 0 0 TOTALS 35 5 OHIO VALLEY WON LOST Austin Peay 0 0 Belmont 0 0 Eastern Illinois 0 0 Eastern Kentucky 2 1 Jacksonville State 1 0 Morehead State 3 0 Murray State 1 0 SIU-Edwardsville 0 0 Southeast Missouri State 0 0 Tennessee-Martin 0 0 Tennessee State 0 0 Tennessee Tech 1 0 TOTALS 8 1 PAC-12 Arizona Arizona State California Colorado Oregon Oregon State Southern California Stanford UCLA Utah Washington Washington State TOTALS

WON LOST 2 3 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 3 1 0 6 1 1 0 1 11 17

PATRIOT American Army Boston University Bucknell Colgate Holy Cross Lafayette Lehigh Loyola Maryland Navy TOTALS

WON LOST 5 1 6 8 2 0 9 0 1 3 1 0 2 2 5 0 2 0 6 7 39 21

SOUTHEASTERN Alabama Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia Kentucky LSU Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri South Carolina Tennessee Texas A&M Vanderbilt TOTALS

WON LOST 0 1 0 1 2 2 3 5 2 1 5 16 1 2 2 0 1 1 2 2 3 1 5 4 2 1 1 0 29 37

WON LOST 0 0 8 2 2 0 24 4 0 0 3 0 0 0 45 5 2 0 4 0 88 11

SOUTHWESTERN Alabama A&M Alabama State Alcorn State Arkansas-Pine Bluff Grambling Jackson State Mississippi Valley Prairie View Southern Texas Southern TOTALS

WON LOST 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 0

SUMMIT Denver IPFW North Dakota North Dakota State Omaha Oral Roberts South Dakota South Dakota State Western Illinois TOTALS

WON LOST 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0

SUN BELT WON LOST Appalachian State 0 0 Arkansas-Little Rock 0 0 Arkansas State 0 0 Coastal Carolina 0 1 Georgia Southern 3 0 Georgia State 0 0 Louisiana-Lafayette 0 0 Louisiana-Monroe 2 0 South Alabama 2 1 Texas-Arlington 0 0 Texas State 0 0 Troy 0 0 TOTALS 7 2 WEST COAST BYU Gonzaga Loyola Marymount Pacific Pepperdine Portland St. Mary’s San Diego San Francisco Santa Clara TOTALS

WON LOST 1 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 6

WESTERN ATHLETIC Bakersfield Chicago State Grand Canyon UMKC New Mexico State Seattle Texas-Pan American Utah Valley TOTALS

WON LOST 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

RECLASSIFYING ATLANTIC SUN North Alabama

0

0

BIG WEST UC San Diego 0 0 NORTHEAST Merrimack 0 0 WESTERN ATHLETIC 0 0 Cal Baptist Dixie State 0 0


postseason YEAR

COACH

1941-42 (19-4) Dyke Raese

OPPONENT Long Island (NIT) Toledo (NIT) Western Kentucky (NIT)

YEAR

W/L SCORE

LOCATION

W W W

58-49* 51-39 47-45

New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y.

1944-45 (12-6) John Brickels DePaul (NIT)

L

52-76

New York, N.Y.

1945-46 (24-3) Lee Patton

St. John’s (NIT) Kentucky (NIT) Muhlenberg (NIT)

W L W

70-58 51-59 65-40

New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y.

1946-47 (19-3) Lee Patton

Bradley (NIT) Utah (NIT) North Carolina State (NIT)

W L L

69-60 62-64 52-64

New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y.

1954-55 (19-11) Fred Schaus

La Salle (NCAA)

L

61-95

New York, N.Y.

1955-56 (21-9) Fred Schaus

Dartmouth (NCAA)

L

59-61*

New York, N.Y.

1956-57 (25-5) Fred Schaus

Canisius (NCAA)

L

56-64

New York, N.Y.

1957-58 (26-2) Fred Schaus

Manhattan (NCAA)

L

84-89

New York, N.Y.

1958-59 (29-5) Fred Schaus

Dartmouth (NCAA) St. Joseph’s (NCAA) Boston University (NCAA) Louisville (NCAA) California (NCAA)

W W W W L

82-68 95-92 86-82 94-79 70-71

New York, N.Y. Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky.

1959-60 (26-5) Fred Schaus

Navy (NCAA) W New York University (NCAA) L St. Joseph’s (NCAA) W

94-86 81-82* 106-100

New York, N.Y.. Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte, N.C.

1961-62 (24-6) George King

Villanova (NCAA)

L

75-90

Philadelphia, Pa.

1962-63 (23-8) George King

Connecticut (NCAA) W St. Joseph’s (NCAA) L New York University (NCAA) W

77-71 88-97 83-73

Philadelphia, Pa. College Park, Md. College Park, Md.

1964-65 (14-15) George King

Providence (NCAA)

L

67-91

Philadelphia, Pa.

1966-67 (19-9) Bucky Waters Princeton (NCAA)

L

57-68

Blacksburg, Va.

1967-68 (19-9) Bucky Waters Dayton (NIT)

L

68-87

New York, N.Y.

1980-81 (23-10) Gale Catlett

Pennsylvania (NIT) Temple (NIT) Minnesota (NIT) Tulsa (NIT) Purdue (NIT)

W W W L L

67-64 77-76* 80-69 87-89 72-75*

Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Minneapolis, Minn.. New York, N.Y.. New York, N.Y.

1981-82 (27-4) Gale Catlett

North Carolina A&T (NCAA) W Fresno State (NCAA) L

102-72 46-50

Logan, Utah. Logan, Utah

1982-83 (23-8) Gale Catlett

James Madison (NCAA)

L

50-57

Greensboro, N.C.

1983-84 (20-12) Gale Catlett

Oregon State (NCAA) Maryland (NCAA)

W L

64-62 77-102

Birmingham, Ala.. Birmingham, Ala.

1984-85 (20-9) Gale Catlett

Virginia (NIT)

L

55-56

Morgantown, W.Va.

1985-86 (22-11) Gale Catlett

Old Dominion (NCAA)

L

62-74

Greensboro, N.C.

1986-87 (23-8) Gale Catlett

Western Kentucky (NCAA)

L

62-64

Syracuse, N.Y.

1987-88 (18-14) Gale Catlett

Connecticut (NIT)

L

57-62*

Morgantown, W.Va.

1988-89 (26-5) Gale Catlett

Tennessee (NCAA) Duke (NCAA)

W L

84-68 63-70

Greensboro, N.C.. Greensboro, N.C.

1990-91 (17-14) Gale Catlett

Furman (NIT) Providence (NIT)

W L

86-67 79-85

Morgantown, W.Va.. Providence, R.I.

1991-92 (20-12) Gale Catlett

Missouri (NCAA)

L

78-89

Greensboro, N.C.

1992-93 (17-12) Gale Catlett

Georgia (NIT) Providence (NIT)

W L

95-84 67-68

Morgantown, W.Va.. Providence, R.I.

1993-94 (17-12) Gale Catlett

Davidson (NIT) Clemson (NIT)

W L

85-69 79-96

Morgantown, W.Va.. Morgantown, W.Va.

1996-97 (21-10) Gale Catlett

Bowling Green (NIT) North Carolina State (NIT) Florida State (NIT)

W W L

98-95 76-73 71-76

Morgantown, W.Va.. Raleigh, N.C.. Morgantown, W.Va.

1997-98 (24-9) Gale Catlett

Temple (NCAA) Cincinnati (NCAA) Utah (NCAA)

W W L

82-52 75-74 62-65

Boise, Idaho. Boise, Idaho. Anaheim, Calif.

2000-01 (17-12) Gale Catlett

Richmond (NIT)

L

56-79

Richmond, Va.

2003-04 (17-14) John Beilein

Kent State (NIT)

W

65-54

Kent, Ohio

Rhode Island (NIT)

W

79-72

Morgantown, W.Va.

Rutgers (NIT)

L

64-67

Piscataway, N.J.

2004-05 (24-11) John Beilein

Creighton (NCAA) Wake Forest (NCAA) Texas Tech (NCAA) Louisville (NCAA)

W W W L

OPPONENT

LOCATION

64-46 67-54 71-74

Auburn Hills, Mich. Auburn Hills, Mich. Atlanta, Ga.

2006-07 (27-9) John Beilein

Delaware State (NIT) Massachusetts (NIT) North Carolina State (NIT) Mississippi State (NIT) Clemson (NIT)

W W W W W

74-50 90-77 71-66 63-62 78-73

Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y.

W W L

75-65 73-67 75-79*

Washington, D.C.. Washington, D.C.. Phoenix, Ariz.

2008-09 (23-12) Bob Huggins Dayton (NCAA)

L

60-68

Minneapolis, Minn.

2009-10 (31-7) Bob Huggins

W W W W L

77-50 68-59 69-56 73-66 57-78

Buffalo, N.Y. Buffalo, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Indianapolis, Ind.

2010-11 (21-12) Bob Huggins Clemson (NCAA) Kentucky (NCAA)

W L

84-76 63-71

Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla.

2011-12 (19-14) Bob Huggins Gonzaga (NCAA)

L

54-77

Pittsburgh, Pa.

2013-14 (17-16) Bob Huggins Georgetown (NIT)

L

65-77

Washington, D.C.

2014-15 (25-10) Bob Huggins Buffalo (NCAA) Maryland (NCAA) Kentucky (NCAA)

W W L

68-62 69-59 39-78

Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio

2015-16 (26-9) Bob Huggins Stephen F. Austin (NCAA)

L

56-70

Brooklyn, N.Y.

2016-17 (28-9) Bob Huggins Bucknell (NCAA) Notre Dame (NCAA) Gonzaga (NCAA)

W W L

86-80 83-71 58-61

Buffalo, N.Y. Buffalo, N.Y. San Jose, Calif.

2017-18 (26-11) Bob Huggins Murray State (NCAA) Marshall (NCAA) Villanova (NCAA)

W W L

85-68 94-71 78-90

San Diego, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Boston, Mass.

2018-19 (15-21) Bob Huggins Grand Canyon (CBI) Coastal Carolina (CBI)

W L

77-63 91-109

Morgantown, W.Va Morgantown, W.Va.

2007-08 (26-11) Bob Huggins Arizona (NCAA) Duke (NCAA) Xavier (NCAA)

* overtimes

2010 FINAL FOUR

186

W/L SCORE

Southern Illinois (NCAA) W Northwestern State (NCAA) W Texas (NCAA) L

63-61 Cleveland, Ohio. 111-105* Cleveland, Ohio. 65-60 Albuquerque, N.M.. 85-93* Albuquerque, N.M.

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2005-06 (22-11) John Beilein

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Morgan State (NCAA) Missouri (NCAA) Washington (NCAA) Kentucky (NCAA) Duke (NCAA)


PROS MOUNTAINEERS IN PRO BASKETBALL 2006-08 1958-60 1973-75 1947-50 1958-59 2007-10 2015-18 2009-10 1955-57 2009-12 1977-80 1935-37 2015-17 1976-77 1970-72 1947-49 1956-58 1957-59 1961-63 1958-60 1966-68 1950-52

NBA ABA NBL

Joe Alexander Milwaukee (NBA) 2009 Chicago (NBA) 2010 Willie Akers Cleveland (ABA) 1961-62 Jerome Anderson Boston (NBA) 1976 Indiana (NBA) 1977 Edward Beach Minneapolis (NBA) 1950 Tri-Cities (NBA) 1951 Bucky Bolyard Pittsburgh (ABL) 1961-62 Da’Sean Butler San Antonio (NBA) 2011 Jevon Carter Memphis (NBA) 2019 Phoenix (NBA) 2019 Devin Ebanks Los Angeles Lakers (NBA) 2011-13 “Hot Rod” Hundley Minneapolis (NBA) 1958-60 Los Angeles (NBA) 1961-63 Kevin Jones Cleveland (NBA) 2013 Lowes Moore New Jersey (NBA) 1981 Cleveland (NBA) 1982 San Diego (NBA) 1983 John “Squint” Phares Pittsburgh (NBL) 1939 Tarik Phillip Washington (NBA) 2019 Tony Robertson Atlanta (NBA) 1978 Wil Robinson Memphis (ABA) 1974 Fred Schaus Fort Wayne (NBA) 1950-54 New York (NBA) 1954 Lloyd Sharrar Pittsburgh (ABA) 1963 Bob Smith Minneapolis (NBA) 1960 Los Angeles (NBA) 1962 Rod Thorn Baltimore (NBA) 1964 Detroit (NBA) 1965-66 St. Louis (NBA) 1966-67 Seattle (NBA) 1968-71 Jerry West Los Angeles (NBA) 1961-74 Ron “Fritz” Williams San Francisco (NBA) 1969-71 Golden State (NBA) 1972-73 Milwaukee (NBA) 1974-75 Los Angeles (NBA) 1976 Mark Workman Milwaukee (NBA) 1953 Philadelphia (NBA) 1953 Baltimore (NBA) 1954

NBA DRAFT HISTORY

2018, Jevon Carter, 2nd Round (32), Memphis Grizzlies 2010, Da’Sean Butler, 2nd Round (42), Miami Heat 2010, Devin Ebanks, 2nd Round (43), Los Angeles Lakers 2008, Joe Alexander, 1st Round (8), Milwaukee Bucks 1997, Gordon Malone, 2nd Round (43), Minnesota Timberwolves 1987, Eric Semisch, 7th Round (154), Philadelphia 76ers 1986, Dale Blaney, 4th Round (92), Los Angeles Lakers 1984, Tim Kearney, 3rd Round (65), Portland Trailblazers 1983, Greg Jones, 3rd Round (49), Indiana Pacers 1983, Russel Todd, 6th Round (120), Milwaukee Bucks 1982, Phil Collins, 7th Round (161), Boston Celtics 1981, Greg Nance, 7th Round (140), Detroit Pistons 1980, Lowes Moore, 3rd Round (52), New Jersey Nets 1978, Maurice Robinson, 9th Round (177), Atlanta Hawks 1977, Tony Robertson, 4th Round (88), Los Angeles Lakers 1976, Stan Boskovich, 8th Round (140), Golden State Warriors 1975, Jerome Anderson, 3rd Round (53), Boston Celtics 1974, Bob Hornstein, 7th Round (126), Milwaukee Bucks 1972, Wil Robinson, 4th Round (54), Houston Rockets 1968, Ron Williams, 1st Round (9), San Francisco Warriors 1968, Dave Reaser, 7th Round (85), San Francisco Warriors 1967, Bob Benfield, 6th Round (60), New York Knicks 1964, Tom Lowry, 11th Round (87), Philadelphia 76ers 1963, Rod Thorn, 1st Round (2), Baltimore Bullets 1963, Jim McCormick, 6th Round (49), Cincinnati Royals

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ALL-STARS

1951: Fred Schaus, forward, Fort Wayne Pistons/ NBA 1960: Hot Rod Hundley, guard, Minneapolis Lakers/NBA 1961: Hot Rod Hundley, guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA; Jerry West, guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1962: Jerry West, starting guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1963: Jerry West, starting guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1964: Jerry West, starting guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1965: Jerry West, starting guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1966: Jerry West, starting guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1967: Jerry West, starting guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1968: Jerry West, starting guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1969: Jerry West, guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1970: Jerry West, starting guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1971: Jerry West, starting guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1972: Jerry West, Most Valuable Player, starting guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1973: Jerry West, starting guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1974: Jerry West, guard, Los Angeles Lakers/NBA 1982: Lowes Moore, starting guard, Billings/CBA 1984: Greg Jones, starting guard, Wisconsin/CBA 1985: Greg Jones, starting guard, Evansville/ CBA1982: Lowes Moore, starting guard, Billings/CBA 1984: Greg Jones, starting guard, Wisconsin/CBA 1985: Greg Jones, starting guard, Evansville/CB


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AP RANKINGS DATE RANKING October 29, 2019......................... 13 March 12, 2018............................ 15 March 5, 2018.............................. 18 February 26, 2018........................ 20 February 19, 2018........................ 21 February 12, 2018........................ 20 February 5, 2018.......................... 19 January 29, 2018.......................... 15 January 22, 2018............................ 7 January 15, 2018............................ 6 January 8, 2018.............................. 2 January 1, 2018.............................. 6 December 25, 2017........................ 7 December 18, 2017...................... 10 December 11, 2017...................... 11 December 4, 2017........................ 18 November 27, 2017..................... 19 November 20, 2017..................... 23 November 13, 2017..................... 24 November 1, 2017....................... 11 March 13, 2017............................ 13 March 6, 2017.............................. 11 February 27, 2017........................ 10 February 20, 2017........................ 12 February 13, 2017.......................... 9 February 6, 2017.......................... 13 January 30, 2017............................ 7 January 23, 2017.......................... 18 January 16, 2017............................ 7 January 9, 2017............................ 10 January 2, 2017.............................. 7 December 26, 2016...................... 11 December 19, 2016...................... 11 December 12, 2016...................... 12 December 5, 2016........................ 15 November 28, 2016..................... 25 November 21, 2016..................... 19 November 14, 2016..................... 19 October 31, 2016......................... 20 March 14, 2016.............................. 8 March 7, 2016................................ 9 February 29, 2016........................ 10 February 22, 2016........................ 14 February 15, 2016........................ 10 February 8, 2016.......................... 10 February 1, 2016.......................... 14 January 25, 2016............................ 9 January 18, 2016............................ 6 January 11, 2016.......................... 11 January 4, 2016............................ 17 December 28, 2015...................... 19 December 21, 2015...................... 19 December 14, 2015...................... 20 December 7, 2015........................ 14 November 30, 2015..................... 20 March 16, 2015............................ 20 March 9, 2015.............................. 18 March 2, 2015.............................. 20 February 23, 2015........................ 20 February 16, 2015........................ 23 February 9, 2015.......................... 21 February 2, 2015.......................... 15 January 26, 2015.......................... 17 January 19, 2015.......................... 18 January 12, 2015.......................... 16 January 5, 2015............................ 14 December 29, 2014...................... 17 December 22, 2014...................... 18 December 15, 2014...................... 22 December 8, 2014........................ 22 December 1, 2014........................ 16 November 24, 2014..................... 21 March 14, 2011............................ 22 March 7, 2011.............................. 20 February 7, 2011.......................... 25

DATE RANKING January 31, 2011.......................... 25 January 17, 2011.......................... 21 March 15, 2010.............................. 6 March 8, 2010................................ 7 March 1, 2010.............................. 10 February 22, 2010.......................... 8 February 15, 2010.......................... 8 February 8, 2010............................ 5 February 1, 2010............................ 6 January 25, 2010............................ 9 January 18, 2010.......................... 11 January 11, 2010.......................... 10 January 4, 2010.............................. 8 December 28, 2009........................ 6 December 21, 2009........................ 6 December 14, 2009........................ 6 December 7, 2009.......................... 6 November 30, 2009....................... 7 November 23, 2009....................... 8 November 16, 2009....................... 8 October 28, 2009........................... 8 January 5, 2009............................ 25 December 24, 2007...................... 23 December 17, 2007...................... 24 February 19, 2007........................ 22 February 12, 2007........................ 23 January 8, 2007............................ 21 January 1, 2007............................ 25 March 13, 2006............................ 22 March 6, 2006.............................. 19 February 27, 2006........................ 16 February 20, 2006........................ 14 February 13, 2006........................ 11 February 6, 2006............................ 9 January 30, 2006.......................... 11 January 23, 2006............................ 9 January 16, 2006.......................... 12 January 9, 2006............................ 16 January 2, 2006............................ 24 December 26, 2005...................... 25 November 21, 2005..................... 13 November 14, 2005..................... 14 November 7, 2005....................... 14 January 3, 2005............................ 21 March 3, 1998.............................. 23 February 24, 1998........................ 19 February 17, 1998........................ 20 February 10, 1998........................ 16 February 3, 1998.......................... 15 January 27, 1998.......................... 17 January 20, 1998.......................... 23 January 13, 1998.......................... 21 January 6, 1998............................ 25 December 30, 1997...................... 22 December 23, 1997...................... 23 January 24, 1994.......................... 19 January 17, 1994.......................... 24 January 10, 1994.......................... 23 March 14, 1989............................ 17 March 7, 1989.............................. 13 February 28, 1989........................ 15 February 21, 1989........................ 11 February 14, 1989........................ 14 February 7, 1989.......................... 15 January 31, 1989.......................... 18 December 28, 1982...................... 20 December 21, 1982...................... 16 December 14, 1982...................... 20 March 9, 1982.............................. 14 March 2, 1982................................ 9 February 23, 1982.......................... 6 February 16, 1982.......................... 9 February 9, 1982.......................... 11 February 2, 1982.......................... 18 December 28, 1971...................... 19

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DATE RANKING January 22, 1963............................ 6 January 8, 1963.............................. 9 December 18, 1962........................ 7 December 11, 1962........................ 6 December 4, 1962.......................... 3 November 1, 1962......................... 5 December 26, 1961........................ 7 December 19, 1961........................ 5 March 7, 1961................................ 9 February 28, 1961.......................... 8 February 21, 1961.......................... 9 February 14, 1961........................ 10 March 8, 1960................................ 5 March 1, 1960................................ 5 February 23, 1960.......................... 7 February 16, 1960.......................... 5 February 9, 1960............................ 5 February 2, 1960............................ 5 January 26, 1960............................ 4 January 19, 1960............................ 4 January 12, 1960............................ 3 January 5, 1960.............................. 3 December 29, 1959........................ 2 December 22, 1959........................ 2 March 9, 1959.............................. 10 March 2, 1959................................ 8 February 24, 1959........................ 10 February 17, 1959........................ 11 February 10, 1959.......................... 9 February 3, 1959.......................... 10 January 27, 1959.......................... 10 January 20, 1959.......................... 10 January 13, 1959.......................... 10 January 6, 1959............................ 11 December 30, 1958...................... 11 December 23, 1958........................ 5 December 16, 1958........................ 7 December 9, 1958.......................... 4

DATE RANKING March 11, 1958.............................. 1 March 4, 1958................................ 2 February 25, 1958.......................... 2 February 18, 1958.......................... 3 February 11, 1958.......................... 2 February 4, 1958............................ 1 January 28, 1958............................ 1 January 21, 1958............................ 1 January 14, 1958............................ 1 January 7, 1958.............................. 1 December 31, 1957........................ 1 December 24, 1957........................ 1 December 17, 1957........................ 8 December 10, 1957........................ 8 March 12, 1957.............................. 7 March 5, 1957.............................. 11 February 26, 1957........................ 11 February 19, 1957........................ 14 February 12, 1957........................ 10 February 5, 1957.......................... 11 January 29, 1957.......................... 18 January 22, 1957.......................... 17 January 15, 1957.......................... 15 January 8, 1957............................ 18 January 2, 1957............................ 19 December 26, 1956........................ 4 December 18, 1956........................ 8 December 11, 1956...................... 13 March 13, 1956............................ 20 March 6, 1956.............................. 14 January 3, 1956............................ 19 December 13, 1955...................... 15 December 6, 1955........................ 14 March 8, 1955.............................. 19 December 21, 1954...................... 12 March 4, 1952................................ 9 February 26, 1952........................ 10 February 19, 1952........................ 12 February 12, 1952........................ 14 February 5, 1952.......................... 12 January 29, 1952.......................... 10 January 22, 1952............................ 9 January 15, 1952.......................... 10 January 8, 1952............................ 11 December 26, 1950...................... 19

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vs. Kansas vs. Texas Tech Kansas State at Kansas at Texas Tech at Iowa State at Tennessee Kansas Texas Tech vs. Villanova vs. Kansas vs. Texas Tech Texas Tech at Kansas at Oklahoma Kansas at Texas Tech Oklahoma Virginia vs. Texas A&M vs. Gonzaga vs. Notre Dame vs. Iowa State Iowa State at Baylor at Kansas Kansas Baylor at Virginia vs. Kansas vs. Oklahoma at Baylor Iowa State Oklahoma at Texas at Kansas Baylor at Iowa State at Oklahoma Kansas vs. Virginia vs. Kentucky vs. Maryland vs. Baylor at Kansas at Baylor at Oklahoma State Kansas at Iowa State Baylor at Oklahoma at Texas Oklahoma Iowa State vs. Connecticut Kansas at Oklahoma at Iowa State at Texas Iowa State at Kansas Oklahoma at Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Gonzaga vs. Wisconsin at Kansas Oklahoma State at Kansas State Kansas Kansas State vs. Michigan at Gonzaga Marquette at Notre Dame Louisville at Syracuse at Connecticut Georgetown vs. Baylor at Mississippi State vs. Kentucky Louisville Connecticut at Pitt Notre Dame at Syracuse Pitt at Villanova at Louisville Purdue at Georgetown vs. Duke vs. Kentucky vs. Georgetown at Villanova Georgetown at Pitt Villanova Pitt Ohio State Syracuse at Purdue Mississippi

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DATE SCORE OPPONENT 3/13/09 3/12/09 3/7/09 2/13/09 2/9/09 2/4/09 1/31/09 1/25/09 1/22/09 1/10/09 1/6/09 12/27/08 12/9/08 3/27/08 3/22/08 3/14/08 3/13/08 3/1/08 2/7/08 1/26/08 1/6/08 11/23/07 3/8/07 2/27/07 2/12/07 2/10/07 2/7/07 1/9/07 12/30/06 3/23/06 3/9/06 2/27/06 2/18/06 2/12/06 2/9/06 1/21/06 1/8/06 12/22/05 11/22/05 11/21/05 3/26/05 3/24/05 3/19/05 3/12/05 3/11/05 3/10/05 2/23/05 2/5/05 2/1/05 1/25/05 1/22/05 1/16/05 1/2/05 12/29/04 3/2/04 2/21/04 2/7/04 12/20/03 2/26/03 2/18/03 2/12/03 2/8/03 1/29/03 1/14/03 12/3/02 3/2/02 2/16/02 2/4/02 1/12/02 3/3/01 2/17/01 2/11/01 2/3/01 1/27/01 1/13/01 1/3/01 12/2/00 2/26/00 1/11/00 12/8/99 2/9/99 1/9/99 1/2/99 12/9/98 3/19/98 3/14/98 3/12/98 2/14/98 2/11/98 12/20/97 12/3/97 2/26/97 2/4/97 12/4/96 11/26/96 2/21/96 2/15/96 2/3/96 1/31/96 1/16/96 1/13/96 1/3/96 12/18/95 12/2/95 1/27/95

69-74, L 74-60, W 59-62, L 93-72, W 59-70, L 61-74, L 63-69, L 67-79, L 75-58, W 53-75, L 55-61, L 76-48, W 65-68, L 75-79, L 73-67, W 55-72, L 78-72, W 71-79, L 54-55, L 57-58, L 79-64, W 72-74, L 71-82, L 66-80, L 53-71, L 70-65, W 47-60, L 58-61, L 81-71, W 71-74, L 57-68, L 67-62, W 75-81, L 69-56, W 53-57, L 60-56, W 91-87, W 92-68, W 66-80, L 75-76, L 85-93, L 65-60, W 111-105, W 59-68, L 78-76, W 78-72, W 70-66, W 83-78, W 50-62, L 58-68, L 64-72, L 53-73, L 82-69, W 71-65, W 52-65, L 58-67, L 58-88, L 57-70, L 51-89, L 55-56, L 46-82, L 80-94, L 69-88, L 61-80, L 68-66, W 65-92, L 75-85, L 64-76, L 69-75, L 65-96, L 87-76, W 66-69, L 77-94, L 81-75, W 80-86, L 66-90, L 78-79, L 71-72, L 63-76, L 54-94, L 68-80, L 45-80, L 67-83, L 73-59, W 62-65, L 75-74, W 82-52, W 58-73, L 80-62, W 86-81, W 75-88, L 83-76, W 70-81, L 101-79, W 61-76, L 106-89, W 69-87, L 63-84, L 67-91, L 90-78, W 67-69, L 79-89, L 62-68, L 83-86, L 94-97, L

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1/3/95 2/20/94 2/8/94 1/13/94 1/6/94 2/27/92 12/30/92 3/19/92 3/12/92 1/8/92 11/20/91 12/8/90 12/9/89 3/18/89 2/28/88 2/23/88 12/12/87 3/5/87 2/24/87 2/14/87 12/13/86 12/21/85 12/3/85 11/22/85 1/22/85 12/22/84 3/17/84 3/15/84 3/9/84 2/27/83 12/28/82 3/12/82 2/14/80 1/7/80 12/10/79 2/17/79 1/29/79 12/16/78 2/11/78 1/25/78 2/23/76 2/14/76 2/5/76 1/27/75 12/11/74 3/2/74 2/23/74 2/17/73 2/9/72 2/20/71 12/11/70 12/7/70 2/21/70 1/27/70 1/10/70 12/29/69 12/1/69 2/4/69 1/18/69 1/11/69 12/26/68 12/21/68 3/11/67 2/7/66 3/8/65 2/26/65 2/8/65 2/6/65 1/14/65 12/18/64 1/29/64 1/4/64 12/7/63 3/16/63 1/26/63 12/29/62 12/22/62 1/6/62 12/28/61 12/18/61 12/30/60 3/11/60 1/16/60 12/30/59 3/21/59 3/13/59 12/29/58 12/27/58 12/20/58 12/21/57 12/20/57 12/17/57 3/12/57 12/27/56 12/22/56 2/6/56 12/17/55 12/13/55 3/8/55 3/5/55 2/19/55 1/31/55 12/17/54 3/5/54 12/19/53 3/6/53 3/7/52 1/3/52 12/22/51 1/19/50 1/10/50

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Morgantown, W.Va. Agnew, Leon: 93-94-95-96 Greensburg, Pa. Ahmad, Esa: 2016-17-18 Cleveland, Ohio Aiken, J.H.: 18 Akers, Willie: 58-59-60C Mullens, W.Va. Alessi, Kenneth: 51-52 Yorkville, Ohio Alexander, Joe: 2006-07-08 Mt. Airy, Md. Allara, Dave: 77-78-79C Iaeger, W.Va. Allara, Earl: 44 Iaeger, W.Va. Allen, Teddy: 2018 Mesa, Ariz. Anderson, Jerome: 73C-74C-75C Mullens, W.Va. Armstead, Lionel: 99-2000-01C02 Toledo, Ohio Arsic, Peca: 93 Belgrade, Yugoslavia Ashworth, Lincoln: 32 Morgantown, W.Va. Ashworth, Wease: 26-27C Buckhannon, W.Va. Auer, James C.: 45 War, W.Va. Ayresman, Glen: 33 Rowlesburg, W.Va.

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Bailey, Carey: 68-69 Lester, W.Va. Bailey, Russel: 18-19-20 Weston, W.Va. Baker, Warren: 73-74-75-76C White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. Barger, Michael: 64 Dunbar, W.Va. Baric, Rudolph: 40-41-42C Benwood, W.Va. Barna, Herbert (Babe): 36-37 Anmoore, W.Va. Barron, Kymar: 94 Bronx, N.Y. Bartell, Joseph: 23-24 Tarentum, Pa. Bartrug, Edwin: 30-31 New Martinsville, W.Va. Basey, Marsalis: 91-92-93-94 Martinsburg, W.Va. Baumgartner, Vincent V.: 08 Morgantown, W.Va. Bawinkel, Devan: 2007 Winnebago, Ill. Beach, Edward: 47-48-49-50C Elizabeth, N.J. Becker, Elwood (Eddie): 52-53-54 Wheeling, W.Va. Becton, Charles: 90-91C Ft. Washington, Md. Behen, John H.: 19 Cambridge, Ohio Beilein, Patrick: 2003-04-05-06C Richmond, Va. Bender, Maciej: 2017-18 Warsaw, Poland Benfield, Robert: 65-66-67 Charleston, W.Va. Berger, Steve: 87-88-89-90C Boomer, W.Va. Bergines, Willie: 53-54-55-56C Beckley, W.Va. Berry, Brooks: 98-99-2000-01C Roanoke, Va. Beverly, Howard: 46 South Charleston, W.Va. Beynon, Tom: 96-97-98-99C Weirton, W.Va. Black, Harold: 73-74 Arlington, Va. Black, James: 26-27-28-29C Parnassus, Pa. Black, Harold: 73-74 Arlington, Va. Blaney, Dale: 83-84-85C-86C Hartford, Ohio Bode, Edwin: 62 Sycamore Valley, Ohio

Bodkin, Jeremy: 90-91-92-93C Upper Tract, W.Va. Bolden, James: 2017-18 Covington, Ky. Bolyard, Marvin (Bucky): 58-59 Aurora, W.Va. Bonner, Luke: 2005 Concord, N.H. Boskovich, Stan: 75-76C Masontown, Pa. Bostick, Sid: 75-76-77-78 Jeannette, Pa. Bowers, Douglas: 21-22-23C-24 Clarksburg, W.Va. Bowman, Calvin: 2000-01C Brooklyn, N.Y. Boyd, Mike: 91-92-93-94 Orange, N.J. Brennan, James: 55 Wheeling, W.Va. Briggs, Chaz: 2002-03C Rochester, N.Y. Brooks, Chris: 88-89-90-91C Bronx, N.Y. Brooks, Herbie: 86-87-88-89C Mullens, W.Va. Brooks, Homer: 38-39-40C Keyser, W.Va. Brown, Aaron: 2012-13 Darby, Pa. Brown, Jarrett: 2008 West Palm Beach, Fla. Brown, Renardo: 83-84-85-86C Highland Park, Mich. Browne, Gary: 2012-13-14C-15C Cupey, Puerto Rico Bryant, Darryl: 2009-10-11-12C Brooklyn, N.Y. Butler, Da’Sean: 2007-08-09C-10C Newark, N.J. Byerson, Brad: 2005 Colonial Heights, Va. Byrd, Leland: 45-46-47C-48 Matoaka, W.Va.

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Camp, Robert: 64-65C Charleston, W.Va. Carr, Larry: 73-74 Charles Town, W.Va. Carr, Louis A.: 07 Clarksburg, W.Va. Carroll, Bobby: 45-46C-47-48 Wheeling, W.Va. Carson, Michael: 72 Sistersville, W.Va. Carter, Jevon: 2015-16C-17-18C Maywood, Ill. Cather, Ervin: 04-05 Grafton, W.Va. Catlett, D. Mark: 72-73-74 Hedgesville, W.Va. Catlett, Gale: 62-63 Hedgesville, W.Va. Cavacini, John: 64-65-66C Charleston, W.Va. Chaff, William: 46 Fairmont, W.Va. Chan, Ales: 2001-02 Prague, Czech Republic Chapman, Russell: 76-77C Toledo, Ohio Chepko, Steve: 38-39-40C Mono, W.Va. Clifton, Desmond: 88 Detroit, Mich. Clousson, Robert: 57-58-59 Clarksburg, W.Va. Coalter, James: 50-51-52C Princeton, W.Va. Coil, John: 53 South Amboy, N.J. Cole, Otis O.: 04C-05-06 Morgantown, W.Va. Colebank, Albert: 35-36C Morgantown, W.Va. Coles, Rick: 73 Wheeling, W.Va. Collins, J.D.: 2003-04-05C-06C Houston, Texas Collins, Phil: 80-81-82C Palos Heights, Ill. Condry, Joseph: 37-38 Clarksburg, W.Va.

Connor, Chase: 2015 Shady Spring, W.Va. Crawl, J.J.: 83-84-85-87 Highland Park, Mich. Cubbon, Edward: 30-31-32 Shinnston, W.Va. Culver, Derek: 2019 Youngston, Ohio Curran, Jonathan: 2004C Clarksburg, W.Va. Cutright, Paul: 18-20 Buckhannon, W.Va.

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D’Alesio, Jason: 97-98-99-2000 Weirton, W.Va. Davis, Aundrae: 85 College Park, Ga. Davis, Berkeley: 43 Fairmont, W.Va. Davis, Carney: 43 Fairmont, W.Va. Davis, George: 53 Fairmont, W.Va. Dawson, Jeffry Mark: 69-71-72 Huntington, W.Va. Dawson, Paul (Biz): 18-19-20 Rockford, W.Va. Dennis, Kent: 2000 Los Angeles, Calif. Dial, Jack: 45 Huntington, W.Va. Dibo, Remi: 2014 Montreuil, France Dolinger, Yorke: 41 New York, N.Y. Doomes, Trey: 2019 Acworth, Ga. D’Orazio, Stanley: 37 Wheeling, W.Va. Dotson, Leo: 31-32 Richwood, W.Va. Doyle, John: 30-31-32C Pennsboro, W.Va. Dubois, Richard: 62 Charleston, W.Va. Duff, Joseph: 47-48-49-50 Cranford, N.J.

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Ebanks, Devin: 2009-10 Long Island City, N.Y. Eddy, Don: 56-57-58 Fairmont, W.Va. Ely, John C.: 06-07-08 Finleyville, Pa.

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Faust, Eartha: 74-75 Inkster, Mich. Feltenberger: Richard, 51 Kittanning, Pa. Fidler, Louis: 33-34 Ashland, Ky. Fischer, D’or: 2004-05 Philadelphia, Pa. Fisher, Clifford: 37-38 Harrisville, W.Va. Fisher, Gussie: 53 Elkins, W.Va. Flanagan, Carl: 40 Floerckey, H.E.: 08 Philadelphia, Pa. Flowers, John: 2008-09-10-11C Waldorf, Md. Foster, Ray: 89 Cleveland, Ohio Fox, Edward: 28-29-30 Wheeling, W.Va. Freeman, Quentin: 81-82 Charleston, S.C. Fryz, Joe: 77-78-79-80C Coraopolis, Pa. Funk, Fred: 23-24-25 Fairmont, W.Va.

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Hagberg, Rudolph: 27-28-29 Follansbee, W.Va. Hale, Lewis: 66-67-68 Kermit, W.Va. Haley, Jermaine: 2019 Vancouver, British Columbia Hall, Ernest: 75-76 Compton, Calif. Hamilton, Floyd (Scotty): 41-42-43C Grafton, W.Va. Hardwick, Steve: 89 Detroit, Mich. Hargett, Jonathan: 2002 Richmond, Va. Harler, Chase: 2017-18-19C Moundsville, W.Va. Harley, Holman: 85-86 St. Thomas, Virgin Islands Harris, Eron: 2013-14 Indianapolis, Ind. Harris, Larry: 71 Charleston, W.Va. Harris, Wesley: 2018 Jackson, Miss. Hart, Harry M.: 04 Monroeville, Ohio Harvard, Edward: 66-67-68 Weirton, W.Va. Hawkins, Robert: 18-20-21-22 Morgantown, W.Va. Hawley, Roy M. (Legs): 23-24-25C Bluefield, W.Va. Head, Carl: 66-67 Washington, D.C. Heinz, Ralph: 49 South Charleston, W.Va. Heiskell, Edgar: 38 Morgantown, W.Va. Heitz, Michael: 70-71-72 Garrett, Ind. Henderson, Terry: 2013-14 Raleigh, N.C. Herber, Johannes: 2003-04-05C-06C Darmstadt, Germany Herbert, Vic: 78-79-81 Logan, W.Va. Hewitt, Jay: 2001-02 Richwood, W.Va. Hicks, Roger (Shorty): 40-41-42 Moundsville, W.Va. Hill, George: 19-20-21-22 Fairmont, W.Va. Hill, Pierre: 21-22-23-24C Fairmont, W.Va. Hinds, Jabarie: 2012-13 Mount Vernon, N.Y. Hite, Clay B.: 15-16C Huntington, W.Va. Hockenberry, Charles: 39 Nemacolin, Pa. Holmes, Norman: 66-67-68 Washington, D.C.

Holmes, Ralph (Red): 52-53-54C Charleston, W.Va. Holton, Jonathan: 2015-16 Miami, Fla. Hornstein, Robert: 73-74 Arlington, Va. Horton, Taevon: 2019 Fairmont, W.Va. Hosey, Dennis: 78-79-81 Midland, Pa. Huggins, Bob: 75-76-77C Port Washington, Ohio Hummell, Robert: 68-69-70C Moundsville, W.Va. Humphrey, Matt: 2013 Chicago, Ill. Hundley, Hot Rod: 55-56-57C Charleston, W.Va. Hutson, Jes: 77 Uniontown, Pa. Hyde, Anthony: 53 Hazelton, Pa.

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Jackson, Robert: 48-49 Clarksburg, W.Va. Jackson, Shaun: 88-89-90-91 Jacksonville, Fla. Jefferson, Seldon: 95-96C-97C Brooklyn, N.Y. Jennings, Dan: 2010 Staten Island, N.Y. Jeran, Robert: 44 Coalton, W.Va. Johnson, Javis: 99 Natchez, Miss. Johnson, William: 44 Princeton, W.Va. Jones, Cyrus: 95-96C Baltimore, Md. Jones, Greg: 81-82-83C Youngstown, Ohio Jones, Greg: 97-98 Washington, D.C. Jones, Kevin: 2009-10-11-12C Mount Vernon, N.Y. Justice, Charles: 44 Ft. Gay, W.Va.

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Kalmar, Louis: 40-42 Osage, W.Va. Kearney, Tim: 81-82-83-84C Falls Church, Va. Kearse, Jarett: 98-99 Philadelphia, Pa. Keatley, Edward: 15 Kersting, Eugene J.: 15-16 Clarksburg, W.Va. Kesling, Richard: 41-42 Shinnston, W.Va. Kiger, Clem: 19-20-21-22C New Martinsville, W.Va. Kilicli, Deniz: 2010-11-12-13 Istanbul, Turkey Kincade, Keith: 2000 Norwalk, Calif. King, Mike: 81-82-83-84 Fairchance, Pa. Kintz, Willard (Skip): 69-70-71 Allentown, Pa. Kirkaldy, Wilfred: 92 Brooklyn, N.Y. Kishbaugh, Clayce: 55-56-57C Nutter Fort, W.Va. Klug, William: 32-33-34C Gary, Ind. Knapper, Brandon: 2019 South Charleston, W.Va. Konate, Sabaga: 2017-18-19 Bamako, Mali Kraus, Dick (Bill): 47 Dalton, Ohio Kroger, Thomas: 89-90 Gainsville, Fla.

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Lamb, LeVon: 93-94-95-96 Youngstown, Ohio LaNeve, Ronnie: 53-55 Newell, W.Va. Latterner, John (Jack): 16-17-18C Marietta, Ohio Lentz, Martin: 63-64-65 Alexandria, Va.


R Leonard, Chris: 89-90-91-92C Purcellville, Va. Lepera, Emory: 29-30 Morgantown, W.Va. Lesher, John: 64-65-66C Claymont, Del. Lester, Roy: 49 Spencer, W.Va. Leverte, Thomas: 46-47 Long Island, N.Y. Lewin, Brian: 97-98 Brooklyn, N.Y. Lewis, Benny: 43 Mullens, W.Va. Lewis, Duane: 98 Morgantown, W.Va. Lewis, James: 67-68 Alexandria, Va. Lewis, Junius: 76-77-78-79C Richmond, Va. Liguori, David: 94-95-96-97 Niles, Ohio Long, James: 2017 Charleston, W.Va. Lothes, Harry: 37-38-39C Elkins, W.Va. Loudermilk, Chet: 94 Wichita, Kan. Lowe, Robert: 70-71 Alexandria, Va. Lowry, Thomas: 62-63-64C Madison, Ohio Ludwig, Gregory: 67-68-69C Fredonia, N.Y. Lyles, Tim: 2000-01 Baltimore, Md. Lyons, Joseph W.: 05 Charleston, W.Va.

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MacDonald, Scott: 73-74-75C Two Harbors, Minn. Macon, Elijah: 2015-16-17 Columbus, Ohio Mallett, Shane: 96 Wheeling, W.Va. Malone, Gordon: 96-97 Brooklyn, N.Y. Mandich, Samuel: 39-40-41C Weirton, W.Va. Maphis, William: 63-64-65 Romney, W.Va. Marcus, Syd: 37-38C Hackensack, N.J. Martin, Homer: 19-21C-22 Charleston, W.Va. Martin, Paul H.: 05 Cassville, W.Va. Mason, Earl D.: 07C Allegheny, Pa. Matthews Jr., Emmitt: 2019 Tacoma, Wash. Mazzulla, Joe: 2007-08-10-11C Johnston, R.I. McCabe, Jordan: 2019 Kaukana, Wis. McCardle, David: 73-74-75-76 Radford, Va. McCartney, James: 39-40-41 Meyersdale, Pa. McCormick, DuPont: 04 Morgantown, W.Va. McCormick, James: 61-62-63 New Martinsville, W.Va. McCoy, Diego: 81 Washington, D.C. McCreery, Van: 08 Morgantown, W.Va. McCune, Steve: 79 East Bank, W.Va. McMillian, Brad: 99 Huntington, W.Va. McNeely, Tim: 89-90-91-92 Chapmanville, W.Va. Meisel, Louis (Oogie): 27 Huntington, W.Va. Mestrovic, Andrew: 34-35-36 Weirton, W.Va. Miles Jr., Daxter: 2015-16C-1718C Baltimore, Md. Miles, Keaton: 2012-13 Dallas, Texas Miller, Paul: 60-61-62C Logan, W.Va. Miller, Robert: 46-48-49 Chester, W.Va. Minton, Steve: 73 Los Angeles, Calif. Miranda, Donald: 37 Mitchell, Casey: 2010-11 Savannah, Ga. Moore, Harry (Moo): 50-51-52 Moundsville, W.Va.

Moore, Lowes: 77-78-79-80C Mount Vernon, N.Y. Moore, Noah: 79-81-82C Parkersburg, W.Va. Moorehead, Melvin: 38 Morris, Charles (Dubby): 54 Huntington, W.Va. Morrison, Edward: 25-26-27 Erie, Pa. Morrison, William: 16-17-20C Sutton, W.Va. Moss, Chris: 99-2000-01C-02C Chesterfield, Va. Mullins, Gary: 54-55-56C Gassaway, W.Va. Murray, Aaric: 2013 Philadelphia, Pa. Murrin, Julian: 25-26 Parkersburg, W.Va. Myers, Teyvon: 2016-17 Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Nance, Greg: 78-80-81C Washington, D.C. Nebinger, Richard: 08 Steelton, Pa. Netherland, Thomas: 38 Ellamore, W.Va. Nichols, Darris: 2005-06-07C-08C Radford, Va. Nicksick, Ted: 43 Burgettstown, Pa. Noreen, Kevin: 2012-13C-14C Minneapolis, Minn.

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Odom, Vernon: 83-84-85-86C Sherrills Ford, N.C. Oglesby, Samuel: 71-72 Columbia, S.C. Oliker, Aaron: 23-24-25-26 Clarksburg, W.Va. Oliver, John: 99-2000-01-02C Manlius, N.Y. Ossoski, Edward: 38 Beaver Falls, Pa. Owens, Damian: 95-96-97C-98C Seat Pleasant, Md.

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Paige, Jaysean: 2015-16 Jamestown, N.Y. Palmer, David: 65-66-67 Mercer, Pa. Parker, Paul: 20 Clarksburg, W.Va. Patella, Nick: 2003 Elkins, W.Va. Patrone, Lee: 59-60-61C Bellaire, Ohio Payne, Cameron: 2009-10 Charleston, W.Va. Pearcy, Earle: 05-06-07-08C Morgantown, W.Va. Penrod, Thomas (Dick): 66-67-68 Elkhart, Ind. Pepper, Dalton: 2010-11 Levittown, Pa. Perno, Dana: 76-77-78-79C Uniontown, Pa. Phares, John (Squint): 35-36-37C Elkins, W.Va. Phillip, Tarik: 2015-16-17C Brooklyn, N.Y. Phillips, Levi: 71-72-74 Charleston, W.Va. Pinckney, Darrell: 84-85-86-87 Mt. Pleasant, S.C. Pittsnogle, Kevin: 2003-04-05-06C Martinsburg, W.Va. Plaster, Lawrence: 29-30-31C Charleston, W.Va. Pledger, Adrian: 97-98C Camden, Ala. Polinsky, Perry: 65 Shadyside, Ohio Pollard, Lawrence: 91-92-94-95 Brooklyn, N.Y. Popovich, Paul: 60 Flemington, W.Va. Porter, Wayne: 68 Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Posch, Joseph: 59-60-61 Riverside, N.J. Price, Curtis: 70-71-72 Charleston, W.Va. Price, Duriel: 2005 Buffalo, N.Y. Proby, Dee: 2009 Round Rock, Texas

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Race, Stuart: 15C Fairmont, W.Va. Raese, Donald: 42 Davis, W.Va. Ramsey, Richard: 69 Fayetteville, W.Va. Ratcliff, George: 28-29-30 Wheeling, W.Va. Ray, Richard (Ricky): 64 Huntington, W.Va. Reaser, David: 66-67-68 St. Albans, W.Va. Reaves, Andrew: 43 Princeton, W.Va. Reichenbecher: Gary, 72 Accident, Md. Reiner, Phineas P.: 07 Morgantown, W.Va. Relph, Tyler: 2004 Victor, N.Y. Retton, Ronald: 57-58-59C Fairview, W.Va. Rickey, George: 42 North Bergen, N.J. Ritchie, James: 59-60-61C Drexel Hill, Pa. Roadcap, Matt: 90-91-92-93C Millersburg, Pa. Roberts, Thomas: 76-77 Monroeville, Pa. Robertson, Tony: 76-77C Detroit, Mich. Robinson, Junior: 90 Washington, D.C. Robinson, Maurice: 75-76-77-78C Welch, W.Va. Robinson, Ricky: 91-92-93-94 Roselle, N.J. Robinson, Wil: 70-71C-72C Uniontown, Pa. Rodgers, Ira Errett: 16-17-18-19C Bethany, W.Va. Rodriquez, Frank: 50-51C Beckley, W.Va. Rogers, Jackie: 99 Syracuse, N.Y. Rohrbough, A.F. (Nate): 23-24-25-26C Buckhannon, W.Va. Rollins, Walter: 42 Ceredo, W.Va. Romeo III, Richard: 2016 White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. Routt, Logan: 2017-18-19 Cameron, W.Va. Rowe, Lester: 82-83-84C-85C Buffalo, N.Y. Ruch, James: 40-41 Wheeling, W.Va. Ruoff, Alex: 2006-07-08-09C Spring Hill, Fla. Rupp, Chip: 90 Lexington, Ky. Russo, Michael: 45 Huntington, W.Va. Rutledge, Dominique: 2012-13 Newark, N.J. Ryan, Joseph: 49-50-51 Penns Grove, N.J. Ryan, Lonnie W.: 07-08 Morgantown, W.Va. Ryczaj, William: 64-65-66C Elizabeth, Pa.

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Sally, Tyrone: 2002-03-04C-05C Chesterfield, Va. Samuel, Rod: 89-90 Dallas, Texas Scaggs, Ross: 75 Logan, W.Va. Schaus, Fred: 47-48C-49C Newark, Ohio Schertzinger: Howard, 57 Morgantown, W.Va. Schifino, Drew: 2002-03 Pittsburgh, Pa. Scott, Elton: 98-99C Lebanon, Ky. Seabright, Charles: 39-40 Benwood, W.Va. Seafert, Lawrence: 67-68-69 Braceville, Ohio

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TTTTT

Talkington, Ted: 2007-08 New Martinsville, W.Va. Taylor, Everett R.: 04-05 Morgantown, W.Va. Taylor, Shelby E.: 04-05-06C Morgantown, W.Va. Taylor, Truehart: 27-28-29-30 Huntington, W.Va. Thomas, Will: 2008-09 East Cleveland, Ohio Thorn, Rod: 61-62-63C Princeton, W.Va. Thoroughman, Cam: 2008-09-1011C Portsmouth, Ohio Tibbs, Mike: 93 Parkersburg, W.Va. Todd, Russel: 80-81-82-83C Northfork, W.Va. Truell, Michael: 69-70 Brooklyn, N.Y.

Tuckwiller, H. Ross: 16 Lewisburg, W.Va.

VVVVV

Varejao, Sandro: 96-97 Vitoria, Brazil Vincent, Brett: 88 Shinnston, W.Va. Vincent, Donald: 56-57-58C Shinnston, W.Va. Visnic, Nick: 61 Wheeling, W.Va.

WWWWW

Walthall, James: 45-47 Princeton, W.Va. Walthall, Joseph: 43 Athens, W.Va. Ward, Kenneth: 61-62C Shady Spring, W.Va. Warren, James: 60 Clarksburg, W.Va. Washam, Tony: 82-83 Wilmington, Del. Watkins, Brandon: 2014-15-16-17 Decatur, Ga. Weary, Lee: 84 Memphis, Tenn. Weiner, Jess: 33-34C Paterson, N.J. Weiner, Sigmund: 31 Brooklyn, N.Y. Weir, Donald: 62-63-64C Oceana, W.Va. Werthman, David: 71-72 Pittsburgh, Pa. West, Jarrod: 95-96-97-98C Natchez, Miss. West, Jerry: 58-59-60C Chelyan, W.Va. West, Jonnie: 2008-09-10-11 Memphis, Tenn. West, Lamont: 2017-18-`9 Cincinnati, Ohio Whetsell, Harry (Jeff): 18 Elkins, W.Va. White, Peter: 53-54-55C Clendenin, W.Va. Williams, Anthony: 90 Atlanta, Ga. Williams, BillyDee: 2015 Orlando, Fla. Williams, Carl: 98 Montgomery, Ala. Williams, Devin: 2014-15-16 Cincinnati, Ohio Williams, Ron (Fritz): 66-67C-68C Weirton, W.Va. Williamson, Paul: 2012 Harts, W.Va. Wilson, David: 45-46-48 Huntington, W.Va. Wilson, Fred: 33-34 Marlinton, W.Va. Wilson, Phil: 91-92-93-94 Landover, Md. Wilson, Tori: 95 Pittsburgh, Pa. Wimer, Frank: 18 Witting, Paul: 53-54-55-56C Union, N.J. Wolf, Bernard: 84-85 Riverside, Calif. Wolfe, Michael: 63-64C Belle, W.Va. Woods, Larry: 69-70 Peoria, Ill. Wooton, John: 70-72 Beckley, W.Va. Workman, Mark: 50-51-52 Charleston, W.Va.

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Yeager, Josh: 2000-01-02-03C Belington, W.Va. Yearwood, Wayne: 85-86-87 Montreal, Canada Yoest, Mike: 88-89-90 Pittsburgh, Pa. Young, Frank: 2004-05-06-07C Tallahassee, Fla. Young, Jerrah: 2004 Toledo, Ohio

ZZZZZ

Zirkel, William: 47 Brooklyn, N.Y.


JERSEY

NUMBERS NAME SEASONS 0 Trey Doomes 2019 0 Teyvon Myers 2016-17 0 Jaysean Paige 2015 0 Remi Dibo 2014 00 Marcus Goree 1998-2000 1 Derek Culver 2019 1 Jonathan Holton 2015-16 1 Dominique Rutledge 2012-13 1 Da’Sean Butler 2007-10 1 J.D. Collins 2004-06 1 Tobias Seldon 2001-02 1 Greg Jones 1980 1 Wilbur Sortet 1933 2 Brandon Knapper 2019 2 Jevon Carter 2015-18 2 Cam Thoroughman 2008-11 2 Brad Byerson 2005 2 Chaz Briggs 2002-03 2 William Klug 1933 3 James Bolden 2017-19 3 Juwan Staten 2013-15 3 Casey Mitchell 2011 3 Devin Ebanks 2009-10 3 Joe Mazzulla 2007-08 3 Patrick Beilein 2003-06 3 Jonathan Hargett 2002 3 Kent Dennis 2000 3 Carl Williams 1998 3 Greg Simpson 1996 3 Tracy Shelton 1989-93 3 Joe Duff 1948 3 Steve Chepko 1939 3 Harry Cubbon 1934 3 Herbert Stewart 1933 4 Daxter Miles Jr. 2015-18 4 Chase Connor 2014 4 Jabarie Hinds 2012-13 4 Jonnie West 2008-11 4 Tyrone Sally 2002-05 4 Kerry Murray 1999 4 Wilfred Kirkaldy 1992 4 Steve Berger 1987-90 4 Vernon Odom 1983-86 4 Eddie Sidaris 1948 4 Shorty Hicks 1941-42 4 Harry Lothes 1939 4 George Allen 1933 5 Jordan McCabe 2019 5 Jaysean Paige 2016 5 Devin Williams 2014-15 5 Kevin Jones 2009-12 5 Johannes Herber 2004-06 5 J.D. Collins 2003 5 Jackie Rogers 1999 5 Adrian Pledger 1997-98 5 Greg Jones 1981-83 5 Bob Miller 1948 5 Walter Baker 1942 5 Jim McCartney 1939 5 Melvin Moorehead 1938 5 Jess Weiner 1933 6 Bobby Carroll 1948 6 Dick Kesling 1942 6 Homer Brooks 1939 6 William Simpson 1934 6 Louis Fidler 1933

NAME SEASONS 7 Clyde Green 1948 7 Scotty Hamilton 1942 7 Clifford Fisher 1939 7 Charles Goodwin 1934 8 Leland Byrd 1948 8 Walter Rollins 1942 8 James Ruch 1940 8 Welder Pell 1939 8 Ed Baker 1933 9 Lou Kalmar 1942 9 Sam Mandich 1939 9 Olan Hedrick 1938 9 Patsy Slate 1934 9 Charles Goodwin 1933 10 Jermaine Haley 2019 10 Chase Connor 2015 10 Eron Harris 2013-14 10 Sean Martini 2006 10 Tyler Relph 2004 10 Nick Patella 2003 10 Justin Belcastro 2002 10 Jeff Davis 2001 10 Greg Jones 1997-98 10 Lee Weary 1984 10 Lowes Moore 1979 10 Steve Minton 1973 10 Jeffry Mark Dawson 1971-72 10 Wayne Porter 1968 10 Dave Palmer 1965-67 10 Don Weir 1962-64 10 Nick Visnic 1959-61 10 Jay Jacobs 1958 10 Clayce Kishbaugh 1956-57 10 Godfrey Wright 1952 10 Frank Rodriquez 1951 10 Bob Jackson 1948 10 Dale Simmons 1942 10 Charles Seabright 1939 10 Joseph Condry 1938 11 Emmitt Matthews Jr. 2019 11 D’Angelo Hunter 2018 11 Nathan Adrian 2014-17 11 Joe Alexander 2006-08 11 Duriel Price 2003-05 11 Michael Ayodele 2001 11 Chris Leonard 1989-92 11 Holman Harley 1985-86 11 Tony Washam 1982-83 11 Steve McCune 1979 11 Lowes Moore 1977-78, 1980 11 Earnie Hall 1975-76 11 Steve Minton 1972 11 Harold Black 1971, 1973-74 11 Wayne Grimm 1967-69 11 John Cavacini 1964-66 11 Jim McCormick 1961-63 11 Paul Goode, Butch 1958-60 11 Jim Barnett 1956-57 11 Harry Moore 1950-52 11 Fred Schaus 1948 11 George Rickey 1942 11 Glennis Ellis 1939 11 Ed Ossoski 1938 11 Sowers 1938 12 Andrew Gordon 2019 12 Tarik Phillip 2015-17

DARRYL PRUE

NAME SEASONS 12 Aaron Brown 2012-13 12 Kenny Ross 2010-11 12 Frank Young 2004 12 Tim Lyles 2000-01 12 Quentin Freeman 1981-83 12 Dana Perno 1976-79 12 Rick Coles 1973-74 12 Curtis Price 1970-72 12 Norman Holmes 1966-68 12 Buddy Quertinmont 1963-65 12 Jaye Deitz 1962 12 Gay Elmore 1961 12 Paul Popovich 1960 12 Jay Jacobs 1959 12 Joedy Gardner 1956-58 12 Clifford McClellan 1954 12 Frank Spadafore 1952, 1955 12 Gussie Fisher 1952 12 Jim Coalter 1950-51 12 Ivan Repass 1948 12 Rudy Baric 1940, 1942 12 Charles Brown 1939 12 Thomas Netherland 1938 13 Teddy Allen 2018 13 James Long 2015-17 13 Deniz Kilicli 2011-13 13 Brooks Berry 1998-2001 13 Frank Rodriquez 1950 13 Don Raese 1942 14 Chase Harler 2017-19 14 Gary Browne 2012-15 14 Darris Nichols 2005-08 14 Peca Arsic 1993 14 Rod Samuel 1989-90 14 J.J. Crawl 1983-85, 1987 14 Vic Herbert 1978-81 14 Tony Robertson 1976-77 14 Ross Scaggs 1975 14 John Vidovich 1973 14 Wil Robinson 1970-72 14 Jeffry Mark Dawson 1969 14 Lewis Hale 1966-68 14 Ricky Ray 1963-65 14 Dick Dubois 1960-62 14 Ronnie Retton 1957-59 14 Ronnie LaNeve 1955-56 14 Jack Shockey 1950-52 14 Albert Colebank 1934 14 Fred Wilson 1933 15 Lamont West 2017-19 15 Terry Henderson 2013-14 15 Craig Carey 2011 15 Bryan Lowther 2010 15 Devan Bawinkel 2007 15 Drew Schifino 2002-04 15 Marsalis Basey 1991-94 15 Brett Vincent 1987-88 15 Andy Sorine 1984-85 15 Jess Hutson 1977-78 15 Dave McCardle 1973-76 15 Larry Harris 1972 15 Skip Kintz 1969-71 15 Ed Harvard 1966-68 15 Larry Lako 1965 15 Mike Barger 1964 15 Lee Patrone 1959-61

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NAME SEASONS 21 Chris Garnett 2002 21 Duane Lewis 1998-99 21 Cyrus Jones 1995-96 21 Ricky Robinson 1992-94 21 Shaun Jackson 1988-91 21 Dale Blaney 1983-86 21 Joe Fryz 1977-80 21 Eartha Faust 1974-75 21 Ron Williams 1966-68 21 Rudy Zatezalo 1963 21 Kenny Ward 1960-62 21 Bob Smith 1957-59 21 Gary Mullins 1955-56 21 Dave Steindler 1950-52 21 Bob Miller 1949 21 Andrew Mestrovic 1934 22 Aric Dickerson 2013 22 Alex Ruoff 2006-09 22 Josh Yeager 2000-03 22 David Liguori 1994-97 22 Ricky Robinson 1991 22 Adolph Rupp 1990 22 John Goots 1979-80 22 Tommy Roberts 1976-78 22 Mark Catlett 1972-74 22 Larry Harris 1971 22 Mike Truell 1969-70 22 Carl Head 1966-67 22 John Lesher 1964-65 22 Gale Catlett 1961-63 22 Howie Schertzinger 1957-59 22 Paul Witting 1953, 1955-56 22 Tony Hyde 1952 22 George Davis 1951 22 Bob Jackson 1950 22 Dick Thomas 1950 22 Eddie Sidaris 1949 23 Esa Ahmad 2016-19 23 Tyrone Hughes 2014-15 23 Tommie McCune 2012 23 Jarrod West 1995-98 23 Chet Loudermilk 1994


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NAME SEASONS 30 Stan Boskovich 1975-76

NAME SEASONS 33 Jim Lewis 1967-68

NAME SEASONS 35 Bill Ryczaj 1964-66

NAME SEASONS 42 Devon Howe 1982

23 Darrell Pinckney

1984-87

30 Chris Sprenger

1972-74

33 Rod Hundley

1955-57

35 Gary McWilliams

1962-63

42 Michael King

23 Diego McCoy

1980-82

30 Bob Lowe

1969-71

33 Eddie Becker

1952-53

35 Jim Ritchie

1959-61

42 Maurice Robinson

23 David Reaser

1966-68

30 Gary Shaffer

1964-66

33 Ralph Heinz

1949

35 Harry Lothes

23 Bill Maphis

1963-65

30 Gay Elmore

1963

33 Edgar Heiskell

1938

35 John Phares

23 Nick Serdich

1960-61

30 Ed Bode

1960-62

33 Clifford Fisher

1937

36 Donald Meranda

1938

23 Don Eddy

1956-58

30 Bucky Bolyard

1957-59

33 Andrew Mestrovic

1935-36

36 Albert Colebank

1935-36

43 Olan Hedrick

23 Mike Holt

1955

30 Fred Richardson

1956

34 Kevin Noreen

2011-15

37 Harmer Cox

1936

43 Joe Stydahar

23 Jim Coalter

1952

30 John Cottle

1955

34 Jacob Green

2008

38 Syd Marcus

1938

44 Rod Thorn

1961-63

1951

30 Ralph Holmes

1953

34 Kevin Pittsnogle

38 James Wolverton

1936

44 Jerry West

1958-60

30 Mack Isner

1952

34 Brad McMillian

38 Kenneth Randolph

1935

44 Joe Stydahar

1936

1995

39 Steve Chepko

1938

45 Elijah Macon

2015-17

23 Samuel Stansbury 23 Joe Duff

1949-50

2003-06 1999-2000

1938 1935-37

1981-84

42 Harry Stansbury

1975 1938

42 Jack Gocke

1935-37

43 Jamie Smalligan

2007-08 1936 1935

23 Fred Wilson

1934

30 Dick Feltenberger

1951

34 Tori Wilson

24 Aaric Murray

2013

30 Alva Richmond

1950

34 Thomas Kroger

1988-91

39 Donald Thorn

1936

45 Dee Proby

2009

24 Kerwin Selby

2011

30 Fred Schaus

1949

34 Eric Semisch

1984-87

39 Fred Wilson

1935

45 John Oliver

1999-2002

1938

34 Tim Austin

1983

24 Will Thomas

2008-09

30 Clifford Fisher

40 D’or Fischer

2004-05

45 Brent Solheim

34 Gary McIntosh

1980-81

40 Sandro Varajao

1996-97

45 Phil Wilson

1991-94

34 Larry Carr

1973-75

40 Maurice Curtis

1995

45 John Bonesteel

1986-87

34 Mike Heitz

1971-72

40 Jeremy Bodkin

1990-93

45 Maurice Robinson

1976-78

34 Dick Penrod

1966-68

40 Billy Joe Ratliff

1986

45 Bob Hornstein

1972-74

34 Marty Lentz

1963-65

40 Tim Kearney

1981-84

45 Dick Symons

1969-71

40 Dave Allara

1977-79

50 Sagaba Konate

2017-19

40 Warren Baker

1973-76

50 Ales Chan

2000-02

34 Willie Bergines 1953, 1955-56

40 Gene Hester

1935-36

50 Steve Hardwick

1988-89

1976-79

34 Charles Huggins

1952

41 Devin Williams

24 Josh Sowards

2006

30 Syd Marcus

1936-37

24 Johannes Herber

2003

30 Smith

24 Jonathan Curran

2002

31 Logan Routt

24 Warren Coates

2001

31 Jarrett Brown

2008

24 Damian Owens

1995-98

31 Luke Bonner

2005

24 Charles Becton

1990-91

31 Chris Moss

24 Darryl Prue

1986-89

31 Maurice Curtis

24 Lester Rowe

1982-85

31 Mike Boyd

1991-94

24 Greg Nance

1978-81

31 Junius Lewis

1935 2018-19

1999-2002

34 Dave Duncan

1961

1996

34 Bob Clousson

1957-59

2016

1995-98

50 Wayne Yearwood 1986-87

24 Steve Nenadovich

1977

31 Scott MacDonald

1973-75

34 Eddie Beach

1949

41 John Flowers

2008-11

52 Lyle Shannon

24 Bill Roberson

1976

31 Sam Oglesby

1971-72

34 John Angotti

1938

41 Calvin Bowman

2000-01

52 Devon Howe

1981, 1983

1996

1970

1985-87

24 Jerome Anderson

1973-75

31 Mike Heitz

34 Edgar Heiskell

1936

41 Shane Mallett

52 Carey Bailey

1968-69

24 Dave Werthman

1971-72

31 Larry Seafert

1967-69

34 Harry Cubbon

1935

41 Pervires Greene

1991-94

53 Brian Lewin

1997-98

53 Tyrone Shaw

1987-88

24 Jim Botlinger

1968

31 Bob Camp

1963-65

35 Volodymyr Gerun

2013

41 Adam Powell

1982-83

24 Perry Polinsky

1964-66

31 Paul Miller

1960-62

35 Wellington Smith

2007-10

41 Harry Lothes

1937

53 Phil Collins

1980-82

24 Dave Shuck

1961-63

31 Jim Warren

1958-59

35 Tom Beynon

1996-99

41 Leo Fizer

1936

54 Nenad Grmusa

1992-94

24 Jim Warren

1960

31 John Coil

24 Bob Davis

1959

31 Mark Workman

1953 1950-52

35 John Miller

1987

41 Louis Fidler

1935

55 Keaton Miles

2012-13

35 Bernard Wolf

1985

42 Deniz Kilicli

2010

55 Matt Roadcap

1990-93

1984

42 Jamar Gaither

31 Walter Glenn

1949

35 Tim Austin

1952-53, 1955

31 Homer Brooks

1938

35 Dennis Hosey

24 Joe Ryan

1949-51

31 Herbert Barna

1935-36

35 Bob Huggins

25 Maciej Bender

2017-18

32 Paul Williamson

25 Darryl Bryant

24 Lloyd Sharrar 24 Pete White

1956-58

2006-08

25 Nate Tallman

2006

32 Jonathan Curran

2003-04

25 John Patterson

2002

32 Keith Kincade

25 Javis Johnson

1999

32 Elton Scott

2000

1995-97

32 Marcus Goree

25 Mike Yoest

1988-90

32 Lawrence Pollard 1991-92, 1994-95

25 Noah Moore

1979-82

32 Herbie Brooks

25 Sid Bostick

1975-78

32 Bernard Wolf

1988

HERBIE BROOKS

1984

25 Larry Woods

1969

32 Russell Chapman

1976-77

25 Bob Benfield

1965-67

32 Jim Schneider

1974-75

25 Tom Lowry

1962-64

32 Gary Reichenbecher 1971-73

25 Joe Posch

1959-61

32 Larry Woods

25 Bill King

1955-57

32 Dennis Peterson

25 Jim Sottile

1951-53

32 Jerry Meadows

25 Eddie Sterling

1949-50

32 Mike Wolfe

1962-64

25 Neil Montone

1942

32 Willie Akers

1958-60

26 Murrell Bolliger

1957

32 Marc Constantine

1955-57

1970 1968 1965, 1967

32 Mack Isner

1953

26 Frank Rodriquez

1949

32 Ralph Holmes

1952

27 Scott Perkins

1949

32 Lawrence Hunt

1951

27 Joe Stydahar

1934

32 Eddie Beach

1950

28 Bob Jackson

1949

32 Roy Lester

1949

29 Clyde Green

1949

32 Stanley D’Orazio

1937

30 Richard Romeo

2013-16

32 William Simpson

1935-36

30 Danny Jennings

2010-11

33 Casey Mitchell

2010

30 Lionel Armstead 1999-2002

33 Cam Payne

30 Gordon Malone

33 Rob Summers

2006-07

2009

33 Jay Hewitt

2001-02

30 Tim McNeely

1989-92

33 Jarrett Kearse

1998-99

30 Kirk Seeley

1987-88

33 Leon Agnew

1993-96

30 Renardo Brown

1983-86

33 Wade Smith

1986-89

30 Jeff Szczepanski

1980-81

33 Russel Todd

1980-83

30 John Goots

1977-78

33 Sam Kilburn

1973

1994

42 Desmond Clifton

1986-89

32 Donnie Gipson 1978, 1980-82

30 Kymar Barron

55 Dick Ramsey

1997

1972

1996-97

55 Charlie Hickox

1989

1998-99

25 Seldon Jefferson

1955-56

1990

42 Ray Foster

1967-69

2010-11

32 Ted Talkington

26 Jim Brennan

42 Everett Robinson

35 Greg Ludwig

32 Dalton Pepper

2008

25 Mike Carson

1975-77 1970, 1972

2009-12

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42 LeVon Lamb

35 John Wooton

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55 Mike Richardson

1978-81

2012

25 Cam Payne

1999-2000

1979 1974-75 1972 1969-70


MOUNTAINEER

HONORS

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Tim Lyles, 2000

Mike Gansey, 2005

Michael Ayodele, 2001

Kevin Pittsnogle, 2005

Luke Bonner, 2005

Joe Alexander, 2008

J.D. Collins, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

Devin Ebanks, 2009

BIG 12 CONFERENCE (2013-) COACH OF THE YEAR Bob Huggins, 2015

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jevon Carter, 2017 Jevon Carter, 2018

Jevon Carter, 2016 Daxter Miles Jr. 2016 Nathan Adrian, 2017 Jevon Carter, 2017 James Long, 2017 Jevon Carter, 2018 Chase Harler, 2018 Chase Harler, 2019 Lamont West, 2019

SECOND TEAM Juwan Staten, 2013

SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR Jaysean Paige, 2016 Tarik Phillip, 2017

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM

Juwan Staten, 2014 Juwan Staten, 2015 Jevon Carter, 2018

BIG EAST CONFERENCE (1996-2012) DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Damian Owens, 1998

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

Calvin Bowman, 2001

Gary Browne, 2014 Gary Browne, 2015 Elijah Macon, 2015

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD

Daxter Miles Jr., 2017

SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD

Logan Routt, 2018 James Bolden, 2019 Logan Routt, 2019

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM

Damian Owens, 1998

ACADEMIC ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

Calvin Bowman, 2001

Richard Romeo, 2013

Kevin Pittsnogle, 2006

Nathan Adrian, 2014

Frank Young, 2007

Eron Harris, 2013

Brandon Watkins, 2014

Joe Alexander, 2008

Deniz Kilicli, 2013

Jevon Carter, 2015

Da’Sean Butler, 2010

Eron Harris, 2014

Daxter Miles, Jr., 2015

Kevin Jones, 2012

Devin Williams, 2015

Maciej Bender, 2017 Chase Harler, 2017

ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM

Derek Culver, 2019

Derek Culver, 2019

Emmitt Matthews Jr., 2019 Jordan McCabe, 2019

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM Jevon Carter, 2015 Jevon Carter, 2016 Nathan Adrian, 2017 Jevon Carter, 2017 Jevon Carter, 2018

PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Juwan Staten, Feb. 3, 2014 Juwan Staten, Dec. 22, 2014 Juwan Staten, Dec. 29, 2014

Mike Gansey, 2006

Marcus Goree, 1999

Marcus Goree, Jan. 31, 1999 Calvin Bowman, Feb. 19, 2001

Kevin Pittsnogle, Dec. 26, 2005 Kevin Pittsnogle, Jan. 2, 2006 Joe Alexander, Dec. 17, 2007 Joe Alexander, Mar. 10, 2008

Deniz Kilicli, 2010

Darryl Bryant, Dec. 12, 2011

Bryan Lowther, 2010

Kevin Jones, Dec. 26, 2011

Cam Payne, 2010

Darryl Bryant, Jan. 9, 2012

Dalton Pepper, 2010

Kevin Jones, Mar. 5, 2012

Kenny Ross, 2010, 2011

ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Gordon Malone, Dec. 25, 1996 Jonathan Hargett, Nov. 26, 2001 Kevin Pittsnogle, Jan. 27, 2003

Devin Ebanks, Mar. 9, 2009

Jevon Carter, 2017

Jaysean Paige, Feb. 29, 2016

Kevin Jones, 2011

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK

Gordon Malone, 1996 Kevin Pittsnogle, 2003

Darryl Bryant, 2009

Da’Sean Butler, 2010

Da’Sean Butler, Feb. 12, 2007

Chris Moss, 2002

Devin Williams, 2016

John Flowers, 2008

Da’Sean Butler, Mar. 8, 2010

Devin Ebanks, Feb. 23, 2009

Alex Ruoff, 2009

Wellington Smith, 2007

Jonnie West, 2009, 2010

Marcus Goree, 2000

Jaysean Paige, Feb. 8, 2016

Jamie Smalligan, 2007

Devin Ebanks, Dec. 28, 2009

Damian Owens, 1997

Darryl Bryant, 2012

Joe Mazzulla, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011

Da’Sean Butler, Nov. 30, 2009

Devin Ebanks, Feb. 16, 2009

Devin Ebanks, 2010

Devan Bawinkel, 2007

Cam Thoroughman, 2009, 2010, 2011

Devin Ebanks, Dec. 15, 2008

Drew Schifino, 2003

Josh Sowards, 2006, 2008, 2009

Alex Ruoff, Dec. 29, 2008

Damian Owens, 1996

Jaysean Paige, Jan. 2016

Daxter Miles Jr., 2018

Alex Ruoff, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009

Marcus Goree, Dec. 20, 1999

THIRD TEAM

Tyrone Sally, 2005

Jevon Carter, 2018

Joe Alexander, 2006

Damian Owens, Jan. 12, 1998

Da’Sean Butler, Feb. 5, 2007

HONORABLE MENTION

Tarik Phillip, 2017

Damian Owens, Dec. 22, 1997

Da’Sean Butler, 2009

Juwan Staten, Feb. 23, 2015

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Ted Talkington, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

Kevin Pittsnogle, Dec. 2, 2002

SECOND TEAM

Rob Summers, 2005, 2006, 2007

Damian Owens, Dec. 1, 1997

Mike Gansey, Jan. 3, 2005

Jevon Carter, 2017

Juwan Staten, 2014

Gordon Malone, Feb. 3, 1997

Tyrone Sally, Nov. 29, 2004

Devin Williams, 2016

HONORABLE MENTION

Damian Owens, Jan. 27, 1997

Alex Ruoff, 2009

James Bolden, 2018

Sagaba Konate, 2018

Duriel Price, 2003, 2004, 2005

Gordon Malone, Dec.9, 1996

Nathan Adrian, 2016

Alex Ruoff, 2009

Nathan Adrian, 2017

Damian Owens, Mar. , 1996

Calvin Bowman, Feb. 26, 2001

Darris Nichols, 2008

THIRD TEAM

Kevin Pittsnogle, 2003, 2006

Damian Owens, Jan 29, 1996

Ted Talkington, 2008

James Bolden, 2017

Johannes Herber, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Darris Nichols, 2005, 2006

Johannes Herber, 2006

Devin Williams, 2016

Mike Gansey, 2005, 2006

PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Brandon Watkins, 2015

Lamont West, 2017

Derek Culver, 2019

Kevin Jones, 2010

Juwan Staten, 2015

Jaysean Paige, 2016

SECOND TEAM

Da’Sean Butler (MOP), 2010

ACADEMIC ALL-STAR TEAM Damian Owens, 1996 Jarrod West, 1996 Damian Owens, 1997 Adrian Pledger, 1997

Kevin Jones, 2011, 2012 Kevin Noreen, 2011, 2012 Gary Browne, 2012 Pat Forsythe, 2012 Jabarie Hinds, 2012 Keaton Miles, 2012

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

ACADEMIC ALLAMERICA OF THE YEAR FOR MEN’S BASKETBALL

Johannes Herber, 2006 Jevon Carter, 2018

Jarrod West, 1997

FIRST TEAM

Brooks Berry, 1998, 2000, 2001

Johannes Herber, 2005

Jason D’Alesio, 1998, 1999, 2000

Alex Ruoff, 2009

Damian Owens, 1998

Johannes Herber, 2006 Jevon Carter, 2018

ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

Aaric Murray, Dec.20, 2012

Da’Sean Butler, 2007

Nathan Adrian, Dec. 30, 2013

Devin Ebanks, 2009

Kevin Noreen, 2013

Jonathan Holton, Nov. 24, 2014

Brad McMillian, 1999

Kevin Noreen, 2014

Jonathan Holton, Dec. 1, 2014

Chris Moss, 1999

THIRD TEAM

Nathan Adrian, 2015

Teddy Allen, Jan. 8, 2018

Kevin Noreen, 2015

Jordan McCabe, Mar. 4, 2019

John Oliver, 1999, 2001, 2002

Alex Ruoff, 2008

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SECOND TEAM Damian Owens, 1998

Johannes Herber, 2004


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ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM

Ricky Robinson, Jan. 11, 1992

Lester Rowe, 1982

Marsalis Basey, Feb. 1, 1992

Darryl Prue, 1986

Ricky Robinson, Feb. 8, 1992

Steve Berger, 1987

Marsalis Basey, Jan. 23, 1993

Chris Brooks, 1988

Mike Boyd, Dec. 18, 1993

Mike Boyd, 1991

Pervires Greene, Jan. 15, 1994

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Dale Blaney, 1983

Greg Jones, 1982, 1983

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Quentin Freeman, 1981

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Quentin Freeman, 1981 Holman Harley, 1985

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Tony Robertson, 1977 Lowes Moore, 1978

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FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK

Dana Perno, 1979

Holman Harley, Jan. 27, 1985

Lowes Moore, 1980

Herbie Brooks, Dec. 1, 1985

Greg Jones, 1981

Darryl Prue, Dec. 15, 1985

Greg Jones, 1982

Darryl Prue, Feb. 23, 1986

Tony Washam, 1982

Chris Brooks, Dec. 20, 1988

Lester Rowe, 1983

Chris Brooks, Jan. 17, 1988

Russel Todd, 1983

Tracy Shelton, Dec. 18, 1988

Greg Jones, 1983

Tracy Shelton, Jan. 29, 1989

Lester Rowe, 1984

Mike Boyd, Dec. 23, 1990

Dale Blaney, 1984

Mike Boyd, Feb. 3, 1991

FIRST TEAM

Dale Blaney, 1986

Wilfred Kirkaldy, Dec. 14, 1991

Jerry West, 1959

Ralph Holmes, 1954

Tony Robertson, 1977

Holman Harley, 1986

Damian Owens, Mar. 5, 1995

Jerry West, 1960

Rod Hundley, 1955

Lowes Moore, 1978

Steve Berger, 1987

Rod Thorn, 1962

Rod Hundley, 1956

Maurice Robinson, 1978

Tyrone Shaw, 1987

Rod Thorn, 1963

Rod Hundley, 1957

Lowes Moore, 1979

Chris Leonard, 1992

Darryl Prue, 1986

COACH OF THE YEAR Gale Catlett, 1982

TOURNAMENT MVP Lowes Moore, 1980 Lester Rowe, 1984

ALL-CONFERENCE

Greg Jones, 1981 Greg Jones, 1982 Greg Jones, 1983 Dale Blaney, 1986 Steve Berger, 1989 Darryl Prue, 1989 Chris Brooks, 1991

PLAYER OF THE WEEK

ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Matt Roadcap, 1991 Nenad Grmusa, 1993

Mark Workman, 1951

Greg Nance, Jan. 9, 1979

Nenad Grmusa, 1994

Jim Sottile, 1953 Ralph Holmes, 1954

Lowes Moore, Jan. 16, 1979 Lowes Moore, Jan. 23, 1979 Lowes Moore, Feb. 27, 1979

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE (1951-68)

SECOND TEAM

Russel Todd, Jan. 19, 1981

Maurice Robinson, 1977

Greg Jones, January 26, 1981

Lowes Moore, 1980

Lester Rowe, Dec. 21, 1981

Russel Todd, 1981

Greg Jones, Feb. 1, 1982

Russel Todd, 1982

Greg Jones, Dec. 12, 1982

Tony Washam, 1982

Greg Jones, Feb. 6, 1983

Russel Todd, 1983

Greg Jones, Feb. 13, 1983

Lester Rowe, 1985

Russel Todd, Feb. 20, 1983

Holman Harley, 1986

Greg Jones, Mar. 6, 1983

Darryl Prue, 1987

Lester Rowe, Feb. 20, 1983

Darryl Prue, 1988

Lester Rowe, Dec. 9, 1984

Tyrone Shaw, 1988

Lester Rowe, Mar. 3, 1985

Chris Brooks, 1989

Jerry West, 1959

Dale Blaney, Dec. 1, 1985

Herbie Brooks, 1989

Jerry West, 1960

Holman Harley, Jan. 19, 1986

Steve Berger, 1990

Rod Thorn, 1962

Darryl Prue, Jan. 18, 1987

Tracy Shelton, 1990

Ron Williams, 1968

Darryl Prue, Feb. 1, 1987

Chris Leonard, 1992

Darryl Prue, Feb. 8, 1987

Marsalis Basey, 1994

Tyrone Shaw, Jan. 10, 1988

Pervires Greene, 1994

Herbie Brooks, Dec. 11, 1988

Zain Shaw, 1995

Darryl Prue, Dec. 18, 1988

Marsalis Basey, 1993 Ricky Robinson, 1993 Cyrus Jones, 1995

FIRST TEAM

Matt Roadcap, 1993

Lowes Moore, Jan. 13, 1980

Charles Becton, 1990

ALL-CONFERENCE

Dana Perno, Jan. 9, 1979

Ricky Robinson, 1992

THIRD TEAM

Lloyd Sharrar, 1957

Matt Roadcap, 1992

Greg Nance, Jan. 5, 1981

Darryl Prue, Jan. 1, 1989 Steve Berger, Jan. 22, 1989 Tracy Shelton, Dec. 10, 1989 Tracy Shelton, Dec. 31, 1989 Chris Brooks, Dec. 9, 1990 Chris Brooks, Dec. 23, 1990 Chris Brooks, Feb. 17, 1991 Chris Leonard, Dec. 28, 1991

ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Rod Hundley, 1957

Rod Hundley, 1955 Rod Hundley, 1956 Rod Hundley, 1957 Lloyd Sharrar, 1957 Lloyd Sharrar, 1958 Jerry West, 1958 Jerry West, 1959 Lee Patrone, 1960

Jerry West, 1959

Jerry West, 1960

Jerry West, 1960

Rod Thorn, 1961

Rod Thorn, 1962

Rod Thorn, 1962

Rod Thorn, 1963

Rod Thorn, 1963

Ron Williams, 1968

Tom Lowry, 1964

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Rod Hundley, 1957

Ron Williams, 1966 Carl Head, 1967

Lee Patrone, 1959 Jerry West, 1959 Lee Patrone, 1960 Jerry West, 1960 Lee Patrone, 1961 Rod Thorn, 1961 Kenny Ward, 1962 Rod Thorn, 1963 Bob Camp, 1965 John Lesher, 1965 Carl Head, 1966 Ron Williams, 1966 Bob Benfield, 1967 Carl Head, 1967 Ron Williams, 1967 Carey Bailey, 1968 Ron Williams, 1968

SECOND TEAM

Ron Williams, 1968

Eddie Becker, 1953 Lloyd Sharrar, 1958

SECOND TEAM Don Vincent, 1958

COACH OF THE YEAR

Lee Patrone, 1961

Red Brown, 1952

Jim McCormick, 1962

Fred Schaus, 1955

Jim McCormick, 1963

Fred Schaus, 1958

Bob Camp, 1965

Fred Schaus, 1959

John Lesher, 1966

Fred Schaus, 1960

Dave Reaser, 1967

George King, 1961

Carey Bailey, 1968

Bucky Waters, 1967

ALL-TOURNAMENT TOURNAMENT MVP Lloyd Sharrar, 1957 Jerry West, 1958

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MOUNTAINEER

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ROD “HOT ROD”HUNDLEY Birth: October 26, 1934 Lettered: 1955-56-57C #33 6-4 // 185 // Guard/Forward Charleston, W.Va.

JERRY WEST

Birth: May 28, 1938 Lettered: 1958-59-60C #44 6-3 // 180 // Guard Chelyan, W.Va.

1957: Associated Press, United Press International, Look, Helms Foundation, Chuck Taylor-Converse, USBWA Season G FGM/FGA % FTM/FTA % Rebounds Avg. Points Avg. 1954-55 30 260/756 .344 191/255 .749 244 8.1 711 23.7 1955-56 30 290/814 .356 218/326 .669 392 13.1 798 26.6 1956-57 29 235/648 .363 201/254 .794 305 10.5 671 23.1 Totals 89 785/2,218 .354 610/835 .731 941 10.6 2,180 24.5

1959: Associated Press, United Press International, Sporting News, NEA Service, USBWA, Coaches Association, Chuck Taylor-Converse, Look, NBC Television, Helms Foundation (unanimous) 1960: Associated Press, United Press International, Sporting News, NEA Service, USBWA, Coaches Association, Chuck Taylor-Converse, Look, NBC Television, Helms Foundation (unanimous)

Born October 26, 1934, in Charleston, Rod Hundley was raised in the Charleston pool halls and saloons. Realizing his basketball talents could get him somewhere, he applied himself enough to earn a basketball scholarship at West Virginia University, although initially, his heart was set on North Carolina State. As a freshman, Hundley set the freshman scoring record with 62 points against the Ohio University plebes and averaged almost 35 points per game. It was also during his freshman year that he learned to clown, a practice he continued for the remainder of his career. His routine included behind-the-back foul shots, half-court heaves, lining up in the T formation and practicing his pitching motion -- all during the game. In the 1954 Southern Conference tournament, Hundley had an opportunity to set the tournament scoring record with two free throws in the waning minutes of the championship game against George Washington. With the outcome already decided in WVU’s favor, Hundley, upon learning that he could get the record, shot two air balls. The first attempt was a hook shot. The second was a behind-the-back heave. He averaged 24.5 points per game over three seasons and scored 2,180 career points, just the fourth player in college basketball to accomplish that. “Hot Rod” set the WVU single-game scoring record with 54 points against Furman, and still holds seven other school marks. Named to five All-America teams in 1957, he was the first player chosen in the 1957 NBA draft and played with the Minneapolis/Los Angeles Lakers from 1958-63. Since 1971 he was a broadcaster with the Utah Jazz until his retirement in 2009, after announcing more than 3,000 NBA games. In 1994, he won the NBA’s Distinguished Broadcaster Award, a honor bestowed only twice previously. Hundley was inducted into the West Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 1992 and recently released his second book, “You Gotta Love It, Baby!” In 2003, he received the Curt Gowdy Media Award at the NBA Hall of Fame ceremonies. His #33 jersey number was retired by WVU in 2009, the second basketball jersey to be retired from competition. Hundley died on March 27, 2015 in Phoenix, Ariz.

Season G FGM/FGA % FTM/FTA % Rebounds Avg. Points Avg. 1957-58 28 178/359 .496 142/194 .732 311 11.1 498 17.8 1958-59 34 340/656 .518 223/320 .697 419 12.3 903 26.6 1959-60 31 325/645 .504 258/337 .766 510 16.5 908 29.3 Totals 93 843/1,660 .508 623/851 .732 1,240 13.3 2,309 24.8

Born May 28, 1938 in Chelyan, Jerry West established 17 WVU records and led the Mountaineers to three of its greatest seasons on the hardwood. With a mark of 61-12 while West was a regular, West Virginia earned three straight NCAA berths and came within two points of winning the national championship in 1959. A second team All-American in 1958, West earned consensus All-America honors in 1959 and 1960; he averaged 29.3 points and 16.5 rebounds per game as a senior. After his senior season, he was selected to play on the Pan American and Olympic teams. Co-captain of the 1960 Olympic team along with Oscar Robertson, the duo led the USA to a 5-0 record and a victory over Russia to claim the gold medal at Rome. West entered the NBA in 1961 and spent 14 outstanding seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers. During his NBA career, he compiled just about every honor possible. An all-NBA first team selection seven times, he also made the all-NBA defensive team four straight years from 1970-73. He set a then NBA single game scoring record for guards on January 17, 1962, scoring 63 points against New York. Also an NBA record-holder for the most free throws made in a single season in 1965-66 with 840, he led the league in scoring in 1970, averaging 31.2 points per game. West played in 14 all-star games, winning MVP honors in 1972. Also the NBA playoff MVP in 1969, at one time he held the NBA record with 3,708 playoff points. The fifth player in NBA history to surpass the 6,000 assist mark, the 6-3 guard played on one NBA championship team in 1972. Upon retiring in 1974, West ranked among the NBA top five in scoring, minutes, field goals and field goal percentage. Formerly the successful president of the Lakers (whom he led to five NBA titles in the 1980s) he was elected to the Pro Basketball Hall of Fame in 1979 and was an inaugural member of the West Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 1991. West came out of retirement in 2002 to serve as president for the Memphis Grizzlies until 2007 and was named NBA Executive of the Year in 2004, the second time he won the award. West guided the franchise to NBA championship contention and the team’s first-ever playoff appearances. In 2011, West joined the Golden State Warriors as an executive board member. His guidance helped return Golden State to a championshipcaliber franchise. In 2015, the Warriors produced the best record in the NBA and won the league championship, West’s seventh as an NBA executive. The following season, the Warriors set the NBA record for regular season wins with 73. He is currently serving as a special advisor to the Los Angeles Clippers. In 2019, it was announced that West would be receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, for his work on and off the court. His #44 jersey number was retired by WVU in 2005, the first time any basketball jersey has been retired from competition.

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Birth: April 8, 1927 Lettered: 1945-46-47C-48 #6, #14, #19, #8 6-3 // 185 // Forward Matoaka, W.Va.

Season G FGM/FGA % FTM/FTA % Rebounds Avg. Points Avg. 1944-45 18 70/-- -- 34/52 .654 -- -- 174 9.7 1945-46 27 129/-- -- 47/79 .595 -- -- 305 11.3 1946-47 22 108/-- -- 47/65 .723 -- -- 263 12.0 1947-48 20 105/-- -- 48/82 .585 -- -- 258 12.9 Totals 87 412/-- -- 176/278 .633 -- -- 1,000 11.5

Born May 23, 1941 in Weirton, Rod Thorn grew up in Princeton and became one of the most prized and touted recruits to ever sign at West Virginia University. His high school reputation was so great that the state legislature intervened in his recruitment and declared him one of the state’s natural resources. Also resourceful as a player from 1961-63, Thorn was one of the most honored backcourt players in the nation during his senior season in 1963. The 1963 Southern Conference Athlete of the Year, he was a member of two basketball and three baseball clubs that played in NCAA tournaments at West Virginia. As a senior he earned All-America basketball honors from the Helms Foundation, Look, Coach & Athlete and Converse. Scoring 1,785 career points, he led the Mountaineers in scoring, rebounding, shooting percentage and assists for two seasons and set six records that still stand in the WVU record books. In 1964, Thorn was drafted in the first round by the Baltimore Bullets and went on to play with Detroit, St. Louis and Seattle during an eight year pro career. He went on in the professional ranks to become a coach and general manager. Thorn retired as the NBA President of Basketball Operations in 2015. He was inducted into the West Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 1992. Thorn was presented with the Basketball Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015 and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2018.

The first 1,000-point scorer in Mountaineer history, Leland Byrd is one of West Virginia’s finest lefthanded cagers of all-time. He led WVU to three straight NIT berths and was part of WVU’s first 20-win season, when the 1945-46 squad went 24-3. During his junior season, the Mountaineers were ranked as high as second nationally and WVU’s home winning streak grew to a school record 57 games. In 1947, Byrd was honored by the Helms Foundation as a firstteam All-American. In 1972, Byrd was named WVU’s fifth athletic director. For the next eight years, WVU enjoyed considerable growth and success under his leadership. His lasting monument to West Virginia can be seen in the 63,500-seat football stadium Mountaineer Field; a facility he helped secure funds for before leaving WVU to become executive director of the Eastern Eight basketball conference in 1979. Byrd was a member of the inaugural West Virginia Sports Hall of Fame induction class in 1991.

JEVON CARTER

Birth: September 14, 1995 Lettered: 2015-16C-17-18C #2 6-2 // 205 // Guard Maywood, Ill.

DA’SEAN BUTLER

Birth: January 25, 1988 Lettered: 2007-08-09C-10C #1 6-7 // 230 // Forward Newark, N.J.

2018: John Wooden, Lute Olson, Senior CLASS Season G FGM/FGA % FTM/FTA % Rebounds Avg. Points Avg. 2014-15 35 95/264 .360 47/61 .770 82 2.3 285 8.1 2015-16 35 111/290 .383 67/90 .744 100 2.9 333 9.5 2016-17 37 166/378 .439 96/124 .774 184 5.0 500 13.5 2017-18 37 215/509 .422 133/155 .858 172 4.6 640 17.3 Totals 144 587/1441 .407 343/430 .798 538 3.7 1,758 12.2

2010: Basketball Times, John Wooden

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Season G FGM/FGA % FTM/FTA % Rebounds Avg. Points Avg. 1960-61 24 192/416 .462 61/106 .575 299 12.5 445 18.5 1961-62 29 259/586 .442 170/241 .705 351 12.1 688 23.7 1962-63 29 241/557 .433 170/221 .769 262 9.0 652 22.5 Totals 82 692/1,559 .444 401/568 .706 912 11.1 1,785 21.8

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Points 362 479 600 654 2,095

Avg. 10.1 12.9 17.1 17.2 14.3

Jevon Carter left WVU as one of the most decorated players in school history. A second team consensus All-American who was named to the John R. Wooden All-America Team, Lute Olson All-America Team, Senior CLASS All-America Team, named a second team All-American by the AP and Sporting News and named a third team All-American by USA Today, NBC Sports, NABC and NCAA March Madness, he was the NABC and Lefty Driesell National Defensive Player of the Year in 2017 and 2018. As a senior, he was the CoSIDA Academic All-American of the Year, first team Academic All-American, Senior CLASS Award winner, Arthur Ashe Jr. Scholar-Athlete of the Year and Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year. A unanimous selection to the All-Big 12 Conference First Team, Carter was a two-time Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year and the first four-time member to the All-Big 12 Defensive Team. Carter is the only player in NCAA history to have more than 1,750 points, 530 rebounds, 550 assists and 330 steals. Carter led WVU to 105 wins during his career and four NCAA Tournaments, including three NCAA Sweet 16s. He set the school record for season steals (112), career steals (330) and season assists (246). Carter was the NCAA Division I steals leader in 2017-18. WVU was ranked 74 (all consecutive) of 76 weeks during his collegiate career. He left WVU eighth in school history with 1,758 points, 13th in season points with 640 and 17th in NCAA history with 330 career steals). In 201718, he was the only player in Division I to average more than 17 points, six assists and three steals per game. He was drafted as the 32nd pick in the 2018 NBA Draft by the Memphis Grizzlies. After playing one season with the Grizzlies, Carter was traded to the Phoenix Suns in 2019.

Da’Sean Butler finished his Mountaineer career with 2,095 points, ranking third in school history behind Jerry West and Hot Rod Hundley. In 2010, he became the ninth first team All-American in school history after he was named to the Basketball Times and John Wooden All-America teams. A second-team selection by the Associated Press and third-team selection by the NABC in 2010, Butler is the winningest player in school history with 107 victories. WVU had a 107-39 record during his career, and he led the Mountaineers to three straight NCAA appearances, including the 2010 Final Four and 2008 Sweet 16. He also led WVU to an NIT championship in 2007 and the school’s first BIG EAST tournament championship in 2010. A native of Newark, N.J., Butler earned first team all-BIG EAST honors, named to the NCAA East Region all-Tournament team and selected BIG EAST Championship Most Outstanding Player in 2010. The 2010 winner of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS award, Butler set WVU records in double figure scoring games (108), career minutes played (4,491) and career games played (146). Butler averaged 14.3 points during his career and had 26 20-point games and 11 double-doubles. His 205 3-point field goals ranks fourth in school history and he ranks sixth in career offensive rebounds with 270. Butler is fifth in career free throws made (408), 11th in career rebounds (800), eighth in career starts (110) and 12th in career steals (154). He was drafted in the second round of the 2010 NBA Draft by the Miami Heat.

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Birth: November 21, 1921 Death: April 11, 1976 Lettered: 1941-42-43C #7 5-10 // 190 // Guard Grafton, W.Va.

SECOND TEAM 1952: Mark Workman, Collier’s 1956: Rod Hundley, Associated Press, United Press, International News Service, NEA Service, Chuck Taylor-Converse, Helms Foundation 1957: Rod Hundley, International News Service, NEA Service 1958: Jerry West, Helms Foundation, Chuck Taylor-Converse 1958: Lloyd Sharrar, Associated Press 1962: Rod Thorn, Chuck Taylor-Converse, Associated Press, United Press International 1968: Ron Williams, Chuck Taylor-Converse 1972: Wil Robinson, Chuck Taylor-Converse 2010: Da’Sean Butler, Associated Press 2012: Kevin Jones, Associated Press, USBWA, NABC 2015: Juwan Staten, Senior CLASS

1942: Helms Foundation Season G FGM/FGA % FTM/FTA % Rebounds Avg. Points Avg 1940-41 19 62/-- -- 28/57 .491 -- -- 152 8.0 1941-42 23 84/-- -- 33/46 .717 -- -- 201 8.7 1942-43 21 92/-- -- 39/64 .609 -- -- 223 10.6 Totals 63 238/-- -- 100/167 .599 -- -- 576 9.1

Floyd “Scotty” Hamilton was a starter on West Virginia’s 1942 NIT national championship team. In the tournament, Hamilton led the lastseeded Mountaineers to a monumental 58-49 overtime win against coach Claire Bee’s Long Island squad, which came into the contest with a 42-game winning streak. After topping Toledo 51-39 in the semifinals, Hamilton then helped WVU upend Western Kentucky 47-45 in the championship game. The Mountaineers finished 19-4 that season as the 5-11 Hamilton averaged 8.7 points per game to become West Virginia’s first-ever basketball All-America selection (Helms Foundation). For his career, Hamilton averaged 9.1 points per game and captained the 1943 squad. West Virginia teams produced records of 13-10, 19-4 and 14-7 (46-21 overall) during his tenure. After college, Hamilton joined the Navy and served in World War II. He later became basketball coach at Washington & Lee, before moving on to become athletic director at Marietta (Ohio) High School. He is a member of the West Virginia Sportswriter’s Hall of Fame and was selected for the WVU basketball all-time team (pre-WWII). He was inducted into the West Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 1996. Hamilton died April 11, 1976.

THIRD TEAM 1945: Jimmy Walthall, Pic Magazine 1948: Eddie Beach, Helms Foundation 1949: Fred Schaus, Helms Foundation 1951: Mark Workman, Basketball Record 1956: Rod Hundley, Collier’s 1958: Jerry West, Associated Press, United Press International 1958: Lloyd Sharrar, United Press International, Coaches Association 1961: Lee Patrone, Helms Foundation 1962: Rod Thorn, Coaches Association 1972: Wil Robinson, Associated Press 2006: Kevin Pittsnogle, NABC 2010: Da’Sean Butler, NABC 2012: Kevin Jones, Sporting News, Basketball Times

KEVIN JONES

KEVIN PITTSNOGLE

Birth: August 25, 1989 Lettered: 2009-10-11C-12C #5 6-8 // 260 // Forward Mount Vernon, N.Y.

Birth: July 30, 1984 Lettered: 2003-04-05-06C #34 6-11 // 255 // Center Martinsburg, W.Va.

2012: John Wooden

2006: John Wooden Season G FGM/FGA % FTM/FTA % Rebounds Avg. Points Avg. 2008-09 35 96/194 .495 26/46 .565 170 4.9 221 6.3 2009-10 38 199/382 .521 42/104 .404 272 7.2 512 13.5 2010-11 33 173/388 .446 55/91 .604 246 7.5 432 13.1 2011-12 33 260/511 .509 103/132 .780 360 10.9 657 19.9 Totals 139 728/1,475 .494 256/378 .677 1,048 7.5 1,822 13.1

Season G FGM/FGA % FTM/FTA % Rebounds Avg. Points Avg. 2002-03 29 126/258 .498 35/49 .714 138 4.8 336 11.6 2003-04 31 116/290 .400 32/41 .780 115 3.7 317 10.2 2004-05 35 146/314 .465 66/78 .846 129 3.7 418 11.9 2005-06 33 231/485 .476 84/98 .857 181 5.5 637 19.3 Totals 128 619/1,342 .461 217/266 .816 563 4.4 1,708 13.3

Kevin Jones was named a second team consensus All-American in 2012 after he was named to the John Wooden All-America team, a second-team selection to the USBWA, NABC, Associated Press teams and a third-team selection to the Basketball Times and Sporting News teams. Jones, a Mount Vernon, N.Y., resident, led the Mountaineers to four consecutive NCAA tournament appearances, including the 2010 Final Four and the school’s first BIG EAST tournament championship in 2010. As a senior, the two-time co-captain averaged 19.9 points and 10.9 rebounds per game, becoming just the third player in BIG EAST history to have led the league in both scoring and rebounding in the same season. The All-BIG EAST first team selection finished his Mountaineer career fifth in scoring (1,822 points) and fourth in rebounding (1,048) rebounds, joining Jerry West as the only two WVU players to score more than 1,700 points and grab more than 1,000 rebounds. During his senior season, he became the first Mountaineer player since Wil Robinson in 1972 to score at least 20 points in nine consecutive games. Jones finished his career as WVU’s all-time leader in offensive rebounds (450) and finished 11th in BIG EAST history with 560 career rebounds in conference games. He started every game in his final three seasons and finished second in career minutes played (4,347) at WVU.

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1972: Basketball Weekly, United Savings, Helms Foundation

1952: Associated Press, United Press International, Look, Helms Foundation

Birth: March 10, 1930 Death: December 21, 1983 Lettered: 1950-51-52 #31 6-8 // 205 // Center Charleston, W.Va.

Birth: December 25, 1949 Lettered: 1970-71C-72C #14 6-1 // 170 // Guard Uniontown, Pa.

Season G FGM/FGA % FTM/FTA % Rebounds Avg. Points Avg. 1969-70 26 216/495 .436 88/114 .772 106 4.1 520 20.0 1970-71 25 252/542 .465 120/148 .811 103 4.1 624 25.0 1971-72 24 265/579 .458 176/210 .838 97 4.0 706 29.4 Totals 75 733/1616 .454 384/472 .814 306 4.1 1,850 24.7

Season G FGM/FGA % FTM/FTA % Rebounds Avg. Points Avg. 1949-50 24 100/-- -- 71/114 .623 -- -- 271 11.3 1950-51 27 273/558 .489 159/252 .631 -- -- 705 26.1 1951-52 25 207/430 .481 163/232 .703 437 17.5 577 23.1 Totals 76 580/-- -- 393/598 .657 -- -- 1,553 20.4

From nearby Uniontown, Pa., Wil Robinson was named West Virginia’s seventh first-team All-American in 1972 after becoming the third highest career scorer in Mountaineer basketball history. In 1972, the 6-1 guard forged the highest season scoring average in WVU history when he scored 706 points in 24 games (29.4), breaking a record set by Jerry West. The flamboyant Robinson scored 1,850 points in his career, trailing only All-Americans West (2,309) and Rod Hundley (2,180). Other career marks include a 24.7 points-per-game scoring average (second) and 733 field goals (third). The three-year letterman (1970-72) holds the WVU Coliseum record for points in a game by a Mountaineer player (45 vs. Penn State in 1971). In fact, Robinson owns six of the Mountaineers’ top seven all-time single game scores at the Coliseum. He and his teammates opened the WVU Coliseum with a 113-92 victory against Colgate on December 1, 1970. Following his senior season, Robinson was named first team AllAmerica by Basketball Weekly, United Savings and Helms Foundation, second team by Converse and third team by the Associated Press. A two-year WVU team captain, Robinson was selected in the fourth round of the NBA draft by the Houston Rockets and the fourth round of the ABA draft by the Pittsburgh Condors. He played one year in the ABA (1974) with the Memphis and Utah teams. Robinson was inducted into the West Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 1997.

Mark Workman was possibly the best-shooting center ever to play Mountaineer basketball. The 6-8 giant scored 1,553 career points for a 20.4 scoring average. He once scored 50 points during a 1951 game against Salem College and still holds four of WVU’s top 10 all-time single game scoring marks. One of Workman’s greatest accomplishments was winning the Basketball Writers Association Gold Star Award as the outstanding visiting player in the state of New York for the 1951-52 season. Workman led WVU to wins against New York University (100-75) and Niagara (74-71). A first team All-America selection in 1952 by the Associated Press, UPI, Look and the Helms Foundation, Workman finished third in the nation in scoring as a junior (26.1 points per game) and sixth nationally as a senior (23.1), while averaging 17.5 rebounds per game. Workman played professionally with the Milwaukee Hawks, Philadelphia Warriors and Baltimore Bullets from 1952-54. He was inducted into the West Virginia Sportswriter’s Hall of Fame in 1974 and the West Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 1994. Workman died December 21, 1983, at Bradenton, Fla.

ALL-TIME TEAMS THE PRE-WORLD WAR II TEAM: Rudy Baric, 6-3, 1940-42; Marshall Glenn, 6-1, 1928-30; Jack Gocke, 6-3, 1935-37; Scotty Hamilton, 5-10, 1941-43; Joe Stydahar, 6-4, 1933-36.

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THE 1946-55 TEAM: Leland Byrd, 6-3, 1945-48; Clyde Green, 6-2, 1946-49; Red Holmes, 6-0, 1952-54; Fred Schaus, 6-5, 1947-49; Jim Sottile, 6-1, 1951-53; Mark Workman, 6-9, 1950-52.

Birth: May 21, 1992 Lettered: 2013-14C-15C #3 6-1 // 190 // Guard Dayton, Ohio

THE 1956-65 TEAM: Rod Hundley, 6-4, 1955-57; Jim McCormick, 6-2, 1961-63; Lloyd Sharrar, 6-10, 1956-58; Rod Thorn, 6-4, 1961-63; Don Vincent, 6-2, 1956-58; Jerry West, 6-3, 1958-60. THE 1966-75 TEAM: Jerome Anderson, 6-6, 1973-75; Carey Bailey, 6-5, 1968-69; Bob Hummel, 6-2, 1968-70; Dave Reaser, 6-6, 1966-68; Wil Robinson, 6-2, 1970-72; Ron “Fritz” Williams, 6-3, 1966-68.

2015: Lute Olson

Season G FGM/FGA % FTM/FTA % Rebounds Avg. Points Avg. 2012-13 31 76/202 .376 83/108 .769 90 2.9 235 7.6 2013-14 33 205/422 .486 182/253 .719 186 5.6 598 18.1 2014-15 30 143/340 .421 120/171 .702 80 2.7 427 14.2 Totals 94 424/964 .440 385/532 .724 356 3.8 1,260 13.4

THE 1976-85 TEAM: Warren Baker, 6-7, 1973-76; Greg Jones, 6-1, 1981-83; Lowes Moore, 6-1, 1977-80; Maurice Robinson, 6-7, 1975-78; Lester Rowe, 6-5, 1981-85; Russel Todd, 6-7, 1981-83. THE 1986-95 TEAM: Marsalis Basey, 5-8, 1991-94; Steve Berger, 5-11, 1987-90; Dale Blaney, 6-4, 1982-86; Chris Brooks, 6-7, 1988-91; Herbie Brooks, 6-2, 1986-89; Darryl Prue, 6-7, 1986-89.

Juwan Staten was named to the All-Big 12 Conference First Team in 2014 and 2015, finishing his career with 1,260 points and 432 assists (sixth all-time). In 2015, he led the Mountaineers to the NCAA Sweet 16 and was named to the Lute Olson All-America Team. A second-team All-America selection by the Senior CLASS Award, Staten played in 94 games at WVU, making 84 starts at point guard. The 2015 Big 12 Conference Preseason Player of the Year was a finalist for numerous college basketball awards as a senior. Staten had a career-high 35 points against Kansas State on Feb. 1, 2014 and have five double-doubles for his WVU career. He had a career-high 12 assists against TCU on Jan. 24, 2015 and a career-high 11 rebounds against Kansas State on Jan. 18, 2014. The Dayton, Ohio, native, is one of six players in school history to have 1,000 points, 400 assists, 100 steals and 350 rebounds in a career. Staten was named to the All-Big 12 Defensive Team in 2014 and won Big 12 Player of the Week honors four times during his career. He averaged 13.4 points (18.1 in 2013-14), 4.6 assists and 3.8 rebounds per game for his career.

THE 1996-2005 TEAM: Calvin Bowman, 6-9, 2000-01; Marcus Goree, 6-8, 1997-00; Seldon Jefferson, 6-3, 1995-97; Damian Owens, 6-6, 1995-98; Tyrone Sally, 6-7, 2002-05; Jarrod West, 5-11, 1995-98. THE 2006-15 TEAM: Joe Alexander, 6-8, 2006-08; Da’Sean Butler, 6-7, 2006-10; Mike Gansey, 6-4, 2005-06; Kevin Jones, 6-8, 2009-12; Kevin Pittsnogle, 6-11, 2003-06; Juwan Staten, 6-1, 2013-15. POST 2016 POLL: Jaysean Paige, 6-2, 2015-16; Devin Williams, 6-8, 2014-16; Nathan Adrian, 6-9, 2014-17; Tarik Phillip, 6-3, 2015-17, Jevon Carter, 6-2, 201518, Daxter Miles Jr., 6-3, 2015-18. The West Virginia University All-Time Team Committee is composed of John Antonik, Tony Caridi, Michael Fragale, Doug Huff, Jay Jacobs, Bryan Messerly (chair), Jay Redmond and Craig Walker.

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RECORDS CHRONOLOGICALLY COACH

SEASONS YEARS RECORD

John Purinton (West Virginia, 1903) Anthony Chez (West Virginia, 1907) James Jenkins (West Virginia, 1908) George Pyle (Florida, 1910) H.P. Mullenex (Davis & Elkins, 1913) Francis Stadsvold (Minnesota, 1919) Marshall Glenn (West Virginia, 1931) Dyke Raese (West Virginia, 1932) Rudy Baric (West Virginia, 1943) Harry Lothes (West Virginia, 1940) John Brickels (Wittenberg, 1930) Lee Patton (Arizona State, 1927) Red Brown (Davis & Elkins, 1931) Fred Schaus (West Virginia, 1949) George King (Morris Harvey, 1950) Bucky Waters (North Carolina State, 1958) Sonny Moran (Morris Harvey, 1950) Joedy Gardner (West Virginia, 1959) Gale Catlett (West Virginia, 1963) John Beilein (Wheeling Jesuit, 1975) Bob Huggins (West Virginia, 1977)

BY PERCENTAGE COACH

Fred Schaus Lee Patton George King Red Brown Rudy Baric John Brickels Dyke Raese Bob Huggins John Beilein Bucky Waters Gale Catlett John Purinton Marshall Glenn George Pyle Francis Stadsvold Joedy Gardner Sonny Moran Harry Lothes Anthony Chez H.P. Mullenex James Jenkins

BY VICTORIES COACH

Gale Catlett Bob Huggins Francis Stadsvold Fred Schaus John Beilein George King Lee Patton Red Brown Bucky Waters Marshall Glenn Joedy Gardner Sonny Moran Dyke Raese George Pyle Anthony Chez Rudy Baric John Brickels H.P. Mullennex Harry Lothes John Purinton James H. Jenkins

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SEASONS YEARS RECORD PCT.

1979-02 2008-19 1920-33 1955-60 2003-07 1961-65 1946-50 1951-54 1966-69 1934-38 1975-78 1970-74 1939-42 1915-17 1905-07 1943 1945 1918-19 1944 1904 1908

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GENERAL

INFORMATION WVU PRESIDENT E. GORDON GEE............................... 202 WVU DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS SHANE LYONS........... 203 WVU INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS............................ 204 MOUNTAINEER SPORTS NETWORK FROM LEARFIELD IMG COLLEGE........................................ 205 MEDIA INFORMATION................................................. 207 2019-20 SCHEDULE....................................................... 208


P R E S IDE N T, WE S T V IR G IN IA UNIVERSITY

E. Gordon Gee Dr. E. Gordon Gee is one of America’s most prominent higher education leaders, having helmed universities for more than three decades. In 2009, Time magazine named him one of the top 10 university presidents in the United States. Recently, the website Great Value Colleges named him the nation’s top university president. In 2014, Gee returned to West Virginia University, where his career as a university president began. His leadership goals include putting students first, advancing the university’s research agenda, partnering with West Virginia communities and making sure that 1.8 million West Virginians know in their hearts and minds that West Virginia University is their university. Born in Vernal, Utah, Gee graduated from the University of Utah with an honors degree in history and earned his J.D. and Ed.D. degrees from Columbia University. He clerked under Chief Justice David T. Lewis of the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals before being named a judicial fellow and staff assistant to the U.S. Supreme Court. In this role, he worked for Chief Justice Warren Burger on administrative and legal problems of the Court and federal judiciary. Gee returned to Utah as an associate professor and associate dean in the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University and was granted full professorship in 1978. One year later, he became dean of the West Virginia University College of Law, and, in 1980, was named West Virginia University president. He served in that role until 1985. He went on to lead the University of Colorado (19851990), Brown University (1998-2000) and Vanderbilt University (2001-2007). He served as president of The Ohio State University from 1990 to 1997 and again from 2007-13. Gee has been a member of several educationgovernance organizations and committees including the Big 12 Conference Council of Presidents, the BusinessHigher Education Forum and the American Association of Universities. He was chair of the American Council on Education’s Commission on Higher Education Attainment and served as co-chair of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities’ Energy Advisory Committee. In 2009, Gee was invited to join the International Advisory Board of King Adbulaziz University in Saudi Arabia, and he currently serves on the Board of the Royal University for Women in Bahrain. Active in many national professional and service organizations during his tenures, he has served on the boards for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc. and Limited Brands. In 2011, Gee was appointed to serve as secretary on the Board of Directors of Ohio’s economic development program, JobsOhio. In 2011-2012, he was asked by Governor Kasich to chair both the Ohio Higher Education Capital Funding Collaborative and the Ohio Higher Education Funding Commission. In March 2015, he was elected to the board of directors of the American Council on Education, the nation’s largest higher education organization. And he served as chair of the Big 12 Board

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of Directors Executive Committee for the 2017-18 year. Gee presently serves on the council of presidents for the Southern University Research Association. Mentoring and inspiring youth is one of Gee’s highest priorities. He serves on the National Executive Board for Boy Scouts of America and on the Board of Trustees for the National 4-H Council. Through his leadership, West Virginia University has created a Youth Development Initiative office to expand its partnering relationships with Boy Scouts, 4-H and similar organizations. Gee has received many honorary degrees, awards, fellowships and recognitions. He is a fellow of the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest science organization. In 1994, Gee received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Utah, as well as from Teachers College of Columbia University. In 2013, he received the ACE Council of Fellows/Fidelity Investments Mentor Award and received the Outstanding Academic Leader of the Year Award on behalf of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. This year, Boy Scouts of America gave him the Silver Buffalo Award, Scouting’s top honor for adult volunteers. Gee is the co-author of more than a dozen books, including his two most recent, “Leading Colleges and Universities” and “Land-Grant Universities for the Future.” In the summer of 2016, Gee announced his engagement to Laurie Erickson, leader of the Erickson Foundation. Gee’s daughter, Rebekah, is Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health. In addition to that role, she is a practicing gynecologist and Gratis Faculty at the Louisiana State University School of Medicine and Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. Dr. Rebekah Gee is married to David Patrón and they have five children.

THE GEE FAMILY - FRONT FROM LEFT: NATHAN, ELLY AND BEN PATRÓN. BACK FROM LEFT: REBEKAH GEE, EVA PATRÓN, E. GORDON GEE, ELIZABETH PATRÓN AND DAVID PATRÓN

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SHANE LYONS

In his fifth year as the director of athletics at West Virginia University, Shane Lyons’ vison for the athletic program is crystal clear and working. It’s a vision that focuses on the betterment of more than 500 student-athletes and the day-to-day needs that will help them succeed in the classroom and in competition. His open lines of communications have made him a popular role model for WVU athletes and coaches. His honest, fair and caring approach has energized an entire department, which has led to great success on and off the field. Whether it’s regularly scheduled meetings with the student-athletes or his open-door office policy, Lyons has his finger on the pulse of his student-athletes, coaches and staff. He devotes endless energy to his Climbing Higher facilities master plan that will keep West Virginia a strong Power 5 institution and position his department for growth and continued success. Lyons’ Climbing Higher facilities master plan isn’t about keeping up with the Joneses, it’s about taking what his department has, improving it and making it complete for the student-athlete. It’s an aggressive $100 million fundraising campaign centered on one of his core values, which is enhancing the student-athlete experience. From training, nutrition, medical and competitiveness, Lyons’ vision is for future success, building winning programs and growing WVU’s strong reputation across the country. He is about results, and he has already left a great deal of accomplishments in his rear-view mirror. In 2019, West Virginia recorded its highest APR score ever at 985 and again finished higher than the national average. The overall athletics department GPA was its highest at 3.26 with 13 teams over a 3.0 GPA for the year. Lyons commissioned and announced an Economic Impact study that showed Mountaineer Athletics produced more than $300 million to the state’s economy and more than $78 million to the local economy. And with the local economy in mind, Lyons’s department will assist with the formal opening of a new $45 million aquatic and track facility that will not only benefit WVU’s swimming and diving program, but also local high schools and the entire community. Among the Mountaineer highlights in the 2019 campaign were 43 AllAmericans, 81 All-Conference performers, three conference championships, 159 Academic All-Conference selections, seven teams to the NCAA postseason, a fourth-place finish for the Heisman Trophy and 22 professional draft picks among all sports. In addition, Lyons’ department hosted for the first time in history both the NCAA Rifle Championships and the Big 12 golf championship as well as the NCAA baseball regionals for the first time since 1955. In total, WVU athletics hosted more than 160 events during the 2018-19 season. Overseeing 18 varsity sports, a self-sustaining department budget of more than $93 million and 250 employees, under Lyons’ leadership, WVU athletics has implemented a Clinical and Sport Psychology unit with a full-time director and professional interns, added specialized learning assistants to the Student-Athlete Development unit and entered into a partnership with WVU Medicine’s Neuroscience Department to assist in the training and recovery of student-athletes, all emphasizing his overall commitment to the well-being and performance of Mountaineer student-athletes. Additionally, his work with WVU President E. Gordon Gee’s senior leadership team, as well as the Big 12 Conference and other national committees, has brought additional respect and positive exposure to his department and the University. Lyons came to West Virginia after spending three years as the deputy director of athletics and chief operating officer at Alabama where he worked closely on day-to-day strategic leadership and direction of the Crimson Tide Athletic program. Prior to joining the Alabama staff in November 2011, Lyons spent 10 years as an associate commissioner at the Atlantic Coast Conference. At the ACC, Lyons focused on conference-wide compliance and academic initiatives, providing direct assistance to the conference’s presidents, chancellors and athletics directors in matters dealing with NCAA regulatory matters. In addition, he served as the ACC’s human resource manager and was responsible for the administration, negotiation and mediation of the employee benefits program and managing the conference’s organizational policies and procedures. He was part of the senior administrative team for ACC events, including the football championship game, the men’s basketball tournament and men’s and women’s NCAA basketball events.

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Prior to working at the ACC, Lyons served as associate athletics director for compliance at Big 12 member Texas Tech from 1998 to 2001. During that time, Lyons assumed responsibility for the leadership, administration and implementation of a comprehensive NCAA compliance program with emphasis toward rules education and extensive monitoring systems. He also served as oversight administrator for several of the Red Raiders’ athletic teams and had financial and operational supervision of the strength and conditioning, nutritional and sports medicine units. Before joining Texas Tech, Lyons worked at the NCAA for almost 10 years as a senior membership services representative, where he was responsible for the oversight and coordination of rules and interpretations for the 25 membership service representatives and was the staff liaison to various NCAA standing committees. Lyons began his career in college athletics in July 1988 as assistant commissioner of the Big South Conference. With the Big South, he was in charge of conference-wide compliance and championships. A native of Parkersburg, West Virginia, and a graduate of Parkersburg High, Lyons was a standout basketball player for the Big Reds. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in sport management from WVU in 1987 and 1988, respectively. Lyons, the University’s 12th athletic director, and his wife, Emily, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, have two children: Cameron and Brooke. Cameron is a member of the football team at Akron and Brooke attends Morgantown High School.

National Committee Appointments

2000-01 2004-06 2004-06 2004-08 2005-07 2006-08 2008-11 2010-11 2015-18 2015-18 2017-18 2018-present 2018-present

Division I Satisfactory Progress Waivers Committee Division I Academics/Eligibility Compliance Cabinet Recruiting Subcommittee (Chair 1 year) Division I Interpretations Committee (Chair 2 years) Legislative Review Committee (Chair 2 years) Division I Management Council Division I Legislative Council (Chair 1 year) Division I Communications and Coordination Committee Big 12 Administration, Finance and Budget Committee Big 12 Game Management and Officiating Subcommittee Big 12 Athletic Directors Council (Chair) Division I Council Division I Football Oversight Committee (Chair)

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Athletics

KELI ZINN Deputy Director of Athletics

STEVE URYASZ Executive Senior Associate Athletics Director

BEN MURRAY Senior Associate Athletics Director MAC Executive Director

SIMON DOVER Senior Associate Athletics Director Business Operations/CFO

MICHAEL FRAGALE Senior Associate Athletics Director Communications

GREG FEATHERSTON Associate Athletics Director Governance & Compliance

APRIL MESSERLY BRYAN MESSERLY BRANDON CUNNINGHAM ERIC BUDA Associate Athletics Director Associate Athletics Director Associate Athletics Director Assistant Athletics Director Facilities & Operations Communications Major Gifts & Capital Annual Giving Campaigns

TERRI HOWES Senior Associate Athletics Director Sports Administration/SWA

MATT WELLS Senior Associate Athletics Director External Affairs

ZACH ECKERT Assistant Athletics Director Facilities & Operations

JAMIE HALL Assistant Athletics Director Donor Relations & Administration

RANDY MEADOR SAM MORRONE Assistant Athletics Director Assistant Athletics Director Head Athletic Trainer Business Operations Olympic Sports

BRITTNEY O’DELL Assistant Athletics Director Student-Athlete Development

PRESTON WAGES Assistant Athletics Director Compliance

STEPHANIE WHITE NATHANIEL ZINN Assistant Athletics Director Assistant Athletics Director Student-Athlete Development Marketing

NEAL BROWN Football

JASON BUTTS Gymnastics

MIKE CAREY Women’s Basketball

SEAN CLEARY Cross Country/Track

SEAN COVICH Men’s Golf

TIM FLYNN Wrestling

JON HAMMOND Rifle

BOB HUGGINS Men’s Basketball

NIKKI IZZO-BROWN Women’s Soccer

JIMMY KING Rowing

MARLON LEBLANC Men’s Soccer

RANDY MAZEY Baseball

VIC RIGGS Swimming and Diving

REED SUNAHARA Volleyball

MIHA LISAC Tennis

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LEARFIELD IMG COLLEGE The Mountaineer Sports Network from Learfield IMG College is your home for all of the excitement of West Virginia basketball. The Mountaineer Sports Network from Learfield IMG College is more than 35 affiliates strong for WVU basketball and blankets West Virginia before extending into five other states. For basketball games, fans have the luxury of listening to the Mountaineers from anywhere in the state thanks to the network’s strong lineup of affiliates. Tony Caridi is in his 23rd full season as basketball play-by-play announcer and will be joined by analyst Jay Jacobs to bring West Virginia basketball to fans from anywhere in the world. Jacobs is in his 49th season providing expert commentary on the Mountaineers The Mountaineer Sports Network from Learfield IMG College is there every step of the way to bring fans all the action of West Virginia basketball in the powerful Big 12 Conference and looks forward to another season of action under coach Bob Huggins. Fans outside the coverage area can hear the official broadcast of the Mountaineers through WVUsports.com. And once again this season, the Mountaineer Sports Network from Learfield IMG College’s coverage of Mountaineer basketball is also available on SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Thanks to WVUsports.com and SiriusXM Satellite Radio, West Virginia fans can be anywhere in the world and never miss a Mountaineer game again. Basketball on the Mountaineer Sports Network from Learfield IMG College begins with the pregame show that features insights with coach Huggins. The network’s coverage continues with an extensive halftime show and postgame wrap-up. Whether you’re a part of the electricity of the WVU Coliseum, in your car or at home, the Mountaineer Sports Network from Learfield IMG College is a must for every fan of West Virginia basketball.

WVU Athletics joined forces with IMG and Sidearm to develop the WVU Gameday App to keep Mountaineer fans connected to the action while at the game or watching from home. The WVU Gameday App is packed with robust social, on-campus and stadium features that enhance the gameday experience by delivering • Free live game audio; • Real-time Instagram and Twitter feeds from the team and fans; • The official game-day guide with key times, events and need-to-know information including Coliseum maps and parking to plan the day; • Roster and real-time stats; • Opt-in alerts for updates, pre-game events, play-by-play information and more. WVU’s Gameday App can be found as a free download in the Apple iTunes and Google Play stores. In addition to game broadcasts, the Mountaineer Sports Network from Learfield IMG College also produces The Bob Huggins Show, a weekly radio talk show during basketball season which airs on stations throughout the region, featuring Caridi and coach Huggins one night a week from 7-9 p.m. The Bob Huggins Show originates from Kegler’s Sports Bar and Lounge in Morgantown. Fans are welcome to attend in person every show. The network’s weekly television magazine show, The Bob Huggins Show, airs every Friday and Saturday during basketball season on a number of television stations throughout West Virginia. The show includes weekly highlights, features and previews, focusing on West Virginia basketball. For complete coverage of Mountaineer basketball, there’s no better seat in the house, in the car or at the Coliseum than with the Mountaineer Sports Network from Learfield IMG College.

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Station Frequency

Morgantown WZST-FM 100.9* Morgantown WMMN-FM 9 5.7* Beckley WVBD-FM 100.7 Bluefield

WHAJ-FM

104.5

Charleston WMXE-FM 100.9 Clarksburg

WPDX-FM

104.9

Cumberland, Md. WCBC-AM

1270

Cumberland, Md. WCBC-FM

107.1

Fairmont

WRLF-FM

94.3

Fairmont

WMMN-AM

920

Fisher

WELD-FM 101.7

Hinton

WMTD-FM

102.3

Huntington

WWQB-FM

102.3

Kingwood

WKMM-FM

96.7

Logan

WVOW-AM

1290

Logan

WVOW-FM 101.9

Martinsburg

WRNR-AM

740

Martinsburg

WRNR-FM

106.5

Mullens

WKQR-FM

92.7

New Martinsville WETZ-AM

1330

New Martinsville WETZ-FM

93.1

New Martinsville WYMJ-FM

99.5

Parkersburg

WADC-AM

1050

Parkersburg

WLYQ-FM

94.7

Parkersburg

WHBR-FM

103.1

Ripley

WCEF-FM

98.3

Ronceverte

WRON-FM

103.1

Spencer

WVRC-AM

1400

Spencer

WVRC-FM

104.7

Sutton/Summersville WDBS-FM

97.1

St. Mary’s

WJAW-AM

630

St. Mary’s

WJAW-FM

92.9

Weirton

WEIR-AM

1430

Weirton

WEIR-FM

94.9

Wheeling

WBBD-AM

1400

Wheeling

WBBD-FM

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INFORMATION Following are some guidelines for covering the 2019-20 Mountaineers. Any additional questions should be directed to Bryan Messerly.

BRYAN MESSERLY Associate Athletics Director/ Communications

JOHN ANTONIK Director of Athletics Content

GRANT DOVEY Director of Digital Media

MIKE MONTORO Director of Football Communications

JOE SWAN Director of Athletics Publications

KRISTIN COLDSNOW Lead Graphic Designer

TYLER SCHIEFFELBEIN Graphic Designer

ASHLEY BAILEY Associate Director of Athletics Communications

JOE MITCHIN Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

CHRIS PHARIS Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

AMY SALVATORE Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

LISA AMMONS Business Manager

AMY PRUNTY Program Assistant

West Virginia Athletics Communications Mailing Address Athletics Communications Office West Virginia University P.O. Box 877 Morgantown, WV 26507-0877

Overnight Shipping Address Athletics Communications Office West Virginia University 3450 Monongahela Blvd. 217 Coliseum Morgantown, WV 26507

Phone Information Office: 304-293-2821 Fax: 304-293-4105 Press Row: 304-293-2821 Internet: WVUsports.com Twitter: @WVUhoops

Big 12 Electronic Information Internet: Big12sports.com

Directions To The WVU Coliseum

From I-79: Take the Star City/WVU (mile marker 155) exit. Cross the Star City Bridge and proceed up Monongahela Boulevard past Texas Roadhouse. The WVU Coliseum is on the right. Enter at the Patteson Drive light. Press parking is to the right. From I-68: Take the Pierpont Road exit and follow signs toward the stadium. At the second traffic light, turn right on Route 705 and stay on this highway as it becomes Chestnut Hill Road (through two more traffic lights). Turn left at the fourth traffic light onto Van Voorhis Road. The road becomes Patteson Drive at University Avenue. Proceed up Patteson to the light at Jerry West Boulevard. The Coliseum parking lots are directly ahead at this light. Press parking is to the right.

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ATHLETICS COMMUNIC ATION S

MICHAEL FRAGALE Senior Associate Athletics Director/Communications

W E S T V I RG I NI A UNI VERSITY

CREDENTIALS: Media should return their credential request forms to the WVU Athletics Communications Office by November 1 to ensure consideration for 2019-20 season credentials and parking. Requests for media credentials for a specific game should be made at least one week in advance of the game in question. All credential requests should be directed in writing on company letterhead to Bryan Messerly. Credentials are granted to authorized media, WVU authorized officials and game management personnel only. Requests for credentials are carefully screened due to demand and to ensure proper access and functional working media areas. Traditional print, television, online and radio agencies regularly assigned to cover WVU and the visiting school, as well as national news gathering agencies, will receive top priority. Spouses, dates, equipment carriers and non-workers are restricted from press row and the court. Abuse of a West Virginia basketball credential can result in the media agency losing credential privileges for the remainder of 2019-20 and possibly the entire 2020-21 season. DURING THE WEEK: The Mountaineer basketball team will practice six days a week throughout the preseason. One day each week during the preseason, Mountaineer players and coaches will be available for interviews one-half hour prior to practice. During the season, contact the WVU Athletics Communications Office for the interview schedule. Any other interview requests should be arranged at least two days in advance through the athletic communications office. Players can return phone calls to the media, class schedules permitting, upon request. At no time will a player’s cell phone number be provided to the media. Media members are advised not to directly call, e-mail or contact the student-athletes through social networking web sites (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, etc.) or request their personal contact information. CONFERENCE CALL: Coach Bob Huggins will hold a weekly conference call during the season. The Big 12 Conference will conduct media conference calls throughout the season involving the league’s head coaches. Phone numbers and the schedule will be announced by the athletic communications office and the Big 12 office. ELECTRONIC MEDIA SERVICES: Updated game notes and statistics will be available on the Internet at WVUsports.com. AT THE GAME: The West Virginia University Coliseum is the site of Mountaineer basketball home games. There is no smoking permitted in the WVU Coliseum. The working media area is located on the east side of the main floor at the concourse level (22 rows from the playing floor). Media should enter through the Gold Gate. Limited media parking is available in the Coliseum lots. Requests for parking passes should be made well in advance. POSTGAME INTERVIEWS: Coach Bob Huggins and the visiting coach will hold postgame press conferences in the Coliseum Club above the weight room of the Coliseum approximately 10 minutes following the game. Mountaineer players will be available for interviews in the club area above the WVU locker room (opposite press row) after a short cooling-off period.


2019-20

Schedule Day

Date

Opponent

Location

Fri

Nov. 1

Duquesne (charity exhibition)

Morgantown

7:00 p.m.

Fri

Nov. 8

Akron

Morgantown

7:00 p.m.

Fri

Nov. 15

at Pitt

Pittsburgh, Pa.

7:00 p.m.

Mon

Nov. 18

Northern Colorado %

Morgantown

7:00 p.m.

Fri

Nov. 22

Boston University %

Morgantown

7:00 p.m.

Tues

Nov. 26

vs. Northern Iowa &

Riviera Maya, Mexico

8:30 p.m.

Wed

Nov. 27

vs. South Carolina or Wichita State &

Riviera Maya, Mexico

6/8:30 p.m.

Sun

Dec. 1

Rhode Island

Morgantown

2:00 p.m.

Sat

Dec. 7

at St. John’s ^

New York, N.Y.

Noon

Thurs

Dec. 12

Austin Peay

Morgantown

7:00 p.m.

Sat

Dec. 14

Nicholls

Morgantown

2:00 p.m.

Sat

Dec. 21

vs. Youngstown State $

Youngstown, Ohio

1:00 p.m.

Sun

Dec. 29

vs. Ohio State !

Cleveland, Ohio

Noon

Sat

Jan. 4

at Kansas *

Lawrence, Kan.

4/8:00 p.m.

Mon

Jan. 6

at Oklahoma State *

Stillwater, Okla.

9:00 p.m.

Sat

Jan. 11

Texas Tech *

Morgantown

6:00 p.m.

Tues

Jan. 14

TCU *

Morgantown

9:00 p.m.

Sat

Jan. 18

at Kansas State *

Manhattan, Kan.

2:00 p.m.

Mon

Jan. 20

Texas *

Morgantown

7:00 p.m.

Sat

Jan. 25

Missouri #

Morgantown

Noon

Wed

Jan. 29

at Texas Tech *

Lubbock, Texas

8:00 p.m.

Sat

Feb. 1

Kansas State *

Morgantown

2:00 p.m.

Wed

Feb. 5

Iowa State *

Morgantown

7:00 p.m.

Sat

Feb. 8

at Oklahoma *

Norman, Okla.

2:00 p.m.

Wed

Feb. 12

Kansas *

Morgantown

7:00 p.m

Sat

Feb. 15

at Baylor *

Waco, Texas

4:00 p.m.

Tues

Feb. 18

Oklahoma State *

Morgantown

7:00 p.m.

Sat

Feb. 22

at TCU *

Fort Worth, Texas

2:00 p.m.

Mon

Feb. 24

at Texas *

Austin, Texas

7:00 p.m.

Sat

Feb. 29

Oklahoma *

Morgantown

4:00 p.m.

Tues

Mar. 3

at Iowa State *

Ames, Iowa

9:00 p.m.

Sat

Mar. 7

Baylor *

Morgantown

1:00 p.m.

Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship

Kansas City, Mo.

TBD

Wed-Sat Mar. 11-14

TV

% Cancun Challenge, Morgantown, W.Va. & Cancun Challenge, Riviera Maya, Mexico ^ Big 12/BIG EAST Scheduling Alliance at Madison Square Garden $ Covelli Centre, Youngstown, Ohio ! Cleveland Classic at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, Cleveland, Ohio # Big 12/SEC Challenge * Big 12 Conference Game - ALL DATES AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR TELEVISION - All Times Eastern

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