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									                                    2009-10 Citadel Basketball
                                                 The Citadel (4-3) vs.
                                           Central Connecticut State (1-2)
                                                Sunday, Nov. 29 7:00
                                     (CollegeInsider.com Skip Prosser Invitational)
                                                 Radio: The Citadel Sports Network, FOX
                                                 Sports Radio 1450. Play-by play: Darren
                                                 Goldwater. Pregame: 30 minutes prior to
                                                 tip-off.

                                                 Internet: The game will be available by-
                                                 logging on to Bulldog Insider at
      2009-10 SCHEDULE/RESULTS                   www.CitadelSports.com

                  NOVEMBER                       THE CITADEL PROBABLE STARTERS
8     vs Ga. Southwestern St. (Exh.) W, 58-37
                                                 (0)      C,Joe Wolfinger, 7-0, Portland, Oregon
13    vs Kenyon College               W, 64-45
17    vs Charleston Southern          L, 60-61   (22)     G,Cameron Wells, 6-1, Houston, Texas
20    vs Eastern Michigan!            W, 63-56   (15)     G,Zach Urbanus, 6-2, Austin, Texas
21    at Missouri State!              L, 55-72
22    vs Maryland-Eastern Shore!      W, 88-62
                                                 (21)     F, Bryan Streeter, 6-6, Jacksonville, N.C.
24    at (8/8) West Virginia          L, 50-69   (24)     G/F, Austin Dahn, 6-4, Columbus, Ohio
28    vs UVA-Wise#                    W, 69-37
29    vs Central Connecticut St.#     7:30 pm    CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE PROBABLE STARTERS
                   DECEMBER
3     vs Davidson*                    7:05 pm    (3)      G, Vince Rosario, 5-10, Perth Amboy, N.J.
5     vs Georgia Southern*            3:05 pm    (11)     G, Shemik Thompson, Milton, DE
7     vs Michigan State (ESPNU)       7:05 pm    (21)     F, Joe Efese, 6-6, Teaneck, N.J.
16    vs Allen University             7:05 pm
19    at Texas A&M                    8:00 pm    (24)     G, Robby Ptacek, 6-3, Bayport, N.Y.
21    at Houston                                 (33)     G, Ross Pentland, 6-4, Holden, Mass.
                    JANUARY
2     at Savannah State               3:00 pm                   2009-10 Citadel Bulldogs Roster
6     at Appalachian State*           7:00 pm
9     vs College of Charleston*       7:05 pm    No.   Name               Pos. Ht.     Wt.     Yr.           Hometown
14    at Chattanooga*                 7:00 pm    0     Joe Wolfinger        C   7-0     255     Sr.         Portland, Ore.
16    at Samford*                     2:00 pm    1     Nathan Conley       G   6-2     190      Fr.       Vienna, W. Va.
21    vs Wofford*                     7:05 pm    3     Cosmo Morabbi       G   6-2     190     So.    Beverly Hills, Calif.
23    vs Furman*                      7:05 pm    4     John Reynolds       G   6-0     170      Jr.    Hattiesburg, Miss.
28    at Georgia Southern*            7:00 pm    5     Joe McNeely         G   5-9     160      Fr.          Easley, S.C.
30    at Davidson*                         TBA   10    Tripp Grooms        C   6-0     170      Fr.       Columbia, S.C.
                   FEBRUARY                      11    Zach Babbitt        F   6-5     225      Jr.      Greenville, S.C.
4     vs Samford*                     7:05 pm    12    Harrison DuPont     F   6-5     205      Fr.   Midwest City, Okla.
6     vs Chattanooga*                 7:05 pm    13    Will Keistler       G   6-3     180     RFr.     Wilmington, N.C.
8     at College of Charleston*       7:00 pm    15    Zach Urbanus        G   6-2     170      Jr.         Austin, Texas
13    at Elon* (SportSouth)           6:00 pm    20    Ben Cherry          G   6-2     175      Fr.       Charlotte, N.C.
18    vs Western Carolina* (SportSouth)7:05 pm   21    Bryan Streeter      F   6-6     230     RJr.    Jacksonville, N.C.
20    vs UNC Greensboro*              1:00 pm    22    Cameron Wells       G   6-1     195      Jr.      Houston, Texas
25    at Furman*                      7:00 pm    23    Brad Buske          G   6-2     190     So.           Angier, N.C.
27    at Wofford*                     7:00 pm    24    Austin Dahn        G/F 6-4      200      Jr.      Columbus, Ohio
                     MARCH                       25    Zack Beach         G/F 5-10     180     Sr.       Greenville, S.C.
5-8   SoCon Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.) TBA     30    Phillip Pandak      G   6-7     200      Jr.       Richmond, Va.
                                                 31    Mike Groselle      G/F 6-8      230      Fr.          Plano, Texas
!-Hispanic College Fund Challenge                32    Tom Fitzpatrick     C   6-8     200     RFr.         Wheaton, Ill.
#-CollegeInsider.Com Skip Prosser Classic        33    Daniel Eykyn        F   6-4     215      Jr.     Charleston, S.C.
*-Southern Conference Games                      34    Bo Holston         G/F 6-4      190     So.             Olney, Md.
                                                 35    Tristan Tremblay   G/F 6-7      230      Fr.    Montreal, Canada
           Pronunciation Guide                   40    Andrew Kyles       F/C  6-9     230      Fr.       Asheville, N.C.
Buske                    bus-KEY                 45    Matt Clark          F   6-8     215      Jr.            Evans, Ga.
Dahn                     Don
Eykyn                    EEK-in                  Head Coach:              Ed Conroy (The Citadel ‘89)/Fourth season
Groselle                 Grow-SELL               Assistant Coach:         Andy Fox (Cornell College ‘04)
Keistler                 Key-SLUR                Assistant Coach:         Ronnie Hamilton (Duke ‘02)
Morabbi                  muh-ROBBIE              Assistant Coach:         Doug Novak (Tennessee ‘90)
                                                 Dir. of BKB Ops.:        Todd Stephens (York ‘02)
Pandak                   pan-DACK
                                                 Graduate Asst’s:         Blake Hall, Nick Thierry
Urbanus                  ur-BAN-us
          TEAM COMPARISONS                     BULLDOGS DEFEAT CAVS: Cameron Wells continued his spectacu-
                                               lar play at point guard for The Citadel, as the Bulldogs defeated UVA-
 CIT              CATEGORY               CCSU  Wise 69-37 on the first day of the CollegeInsider.com Skip Prosser
 449                Scoring                154 Invitational. Wells scored 20 points, hitting 9-of-17 from the field,
 64.1          Points Per Game            51.3
                                               while center Joe Wolfinger chipped in 16 points and six boards to
 +6.7           Scoring Margin            -3.3
 160-363            FG-FGA             53-132  move the Bulldogs to 4-3 on the season.
 .441                FG Pct.              .402   “The great thing about Cameron is that he is coachable,” said Ed
 48-134            3FG-3FGA              12-27 Conroy of Wells’ performance. “He is a player that is never satisfied
 .358               3FG Pct.              .324 and wants to get better. He is someone that would be grateful for his
 6.9          3FG Made Per Gm.             4.0 teammates, Wolfinger, Urbanus, Dahn and Matt Clark, because they
 81-113              FT-FTA              36-49
 .717                FT Pct.              .735
                                               can knock down the three and open up the lane for him. Overall he
 11.6          FT Made Per Gm.            12.0 continues to get better and a big key was in the first three or four
 233               Rebounds                 77 possessions when we put him in the post and took their guards un-
 33.3         Rebounds Per Gm.            25.7 derneath the rim.”
 +2.9         Rebounding Margin           -9.7   Freshman Ben Cherry came off the bench to score six points for
 75                  Assists                22
                                               The Citadel, marking one of six non-starters to impact the scoring
 10.7           Assists Per Gm.            7.3
 85                Turnovers                41 column. Cherry scored all six points from the 3-point line, while
 12.1         Turnovers Per Gm.           13.7 grabbing three boards. Fellow freshman Mike Groselle added five
 +2.0          Turnover Margin            +0.7 points and five rebounds, giving the Bulldogs a 21-4 edge in bench
 0.9        Assist/Turnover Ratio         +0.5 scoring. The backcourt of Zach Urbanus and Austin Dahn combined
 44                  Steals                 21 to score 10 points, five apiece, with Urbanus adding six rebounds.
 6.3           Steals Per Game             7.0
 10                  Blocks                 10
                                               Bryan Streeter joined Urbanus and Wolfinger as a key inside pres-
 1.4           Blocks Per Game             3.3 ence, with six caroms.
                                                 Individually, Wells moved into 22nd on The Citadel all-time scor-
       The Citadel Media Relations             ing list, passing Steve Fishel (1,068), while notching his 19th ca-
               171 Moultrie Street
                                               reer 20-point performance. The Bulldogs converted 23-of-55 shots
              Charleston, SC 29409
    Phone: 843.953.5353/Fax: 843.953.6727      (41.8%), and 5-of-18 (27.8%) from beyond the arc. Meanwhile, the
           Press Row: 843.953.2138             Highland Cavaliers were held to 15-of-47 shooting (31.9%), con-
             www.CitadelSports.com             verting only 2-of-12 from the 3-point line.
   Jon Cole, Associate Director (MBK Contact)    “I was pleased right from the very beginning with the defensive
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                                               effort tonight,” Conroy added. “Our first five guys came out and
                                               established the fact that we were going to work really hard on the
                                               defensive end. Our guys managed to chase their shooters, making it
difficult to get good looks, and with their spread offense we kept them out of the paint as well.”
        Josh Jordan (14 points) and Pance Kecev (11 points) were the only two UVA-Wise players to reach dou-
ble figures. Jordan, who added six rebounds to his credit, hit 6-of-11 in the game in 33 minutes of play. Kecev
knocked down 4-of-14 shots, only two from 3-point range, and was forced into four turnovers by the Bulldogs
defense. Jordan kept the Highland Cavaliers close in the paint, with The Citadel holding a 30-20 edge.

HOW RARE?: Following The Citadel’s 69-37 victory over UVA-Wise on Saturday, the Media Relations Depart-
ment looked into the rarity of the Bulldogs allowing 37 points in a contest. In the history of the program, the
Bulldogs have held their opponents to the total on 16 different occasions. A detailed breakdown of those games:

Opponent                  Citadel Score        Opponent Score             Season
Vanderbilt                     22                   37                    1921-22
Davidson                       39                   37                    1925-26
Furman                         25                   37                    1926-27
Wofford                        52                   37                    1926-27
vs Clemson                     40                   37                    1928-29
Erskine                        13                   37                    1930-31
College of Charleston          40                   37                    1930-31
Newberry                       30                   37                    1932-33
City League                    53                   37                    1934-35
Catholic                       48                   37                    1938-39
South Carolina                 40                   37       OT           1938-39
Presbyterian                   39                   37                    1938-39
at Davidson                    30                   37                    1945-46
Charleston Navy Base           90                   37                    1951-52
Presbyterian                   86                   37                    1964-65
vs UVA-Wise                    69                   37                    2009-10
NUMBERS GAME: The first four-game road trip of the season has brought back positive results for The Citadel
basketball team. Here are just a few notes that have emerged from the trip: Zach Urbanus hit 12-of-21 from
beyond the arc, good for 57.1% ... Austin Dahn knocked down three 3-pointers, all against Maryland Eastern
Shore, to move into eighth place on the all-time three-point shooters in school history ... Mike Groselle estab-
lished a career-high 14 points, on 4-for-4 shooting, in 13 minutes of action, in the victory over UMES. Groselle
added four rebounds (three defensive) ... Center Joe Wolfinger stepped outside of the paint to punch in 13-of-
21 3-pointers, including a perfect 5-of-5 performance against Maryland Eastern Shore, which made him suc-
cessful on 61.9% of attempts ... Cameron Wells has done a lot more than just score points for the Bulldogs.
The junior point guard wrapped up a four-game stretch in which he hit 27-of-61 field goal attempts (44.3%),
caromed 18 rebounds and dished out 21 assists ... They established a JQH Arena record with 13 3-pointers
against the Hawks of Maryland Eastern Shore.

TWO GARNER ALL-TOURNAMENT AWARDS: Bulldogs guard Cameron Wells and center Joe Wolfinger were
named to the Hispanic College Fund Challenge All-Tournament team at the conclusion of the three-day even on
Sunday. Wolfinger finished 17-for-26 from the field, including 9-of-12 from the 3-point line, and anchored the
paint for The Citadel with 22 boards. He totaled 49 points and led the team with 18 points in the loss to Missouri
State. Meanwhile, Wells scored 50 points and dished out 17 assists, moving into The Citadel lists of all-time
1,000 point scorers. Wells shined in a victory over Eastern Michigan, hitting 7-of-18 shots and 10-for-12 from
the charity stripe en route to 24 points.

MOVIN’ ON UP: Following his 24-point, 6 assist performance against Eastern Michigan, Cameron Wells moved
into elite company among The Citadel’s scoring elite. Wells moved into the 1,000 point scorers, against UVA-
Wise, recording the 19th game of 20 or more points in his illustrious career. He surpassed Steve Fishel for 22nd
on the list with 1,068 points. Cameron, who entered the season with 946 career points in 63 contests, has
scored 123 points this to this point. Here is a brief look at the company Wells is keeping among leading scorers
in The Citadel’s basketball history:

Rank      Player ............................ Total Points
16        Ray Graves ................................ 1,153
17        Felipe de las Pozas ...................... 1,135
18        Craig Bardo ................................ 1,119
19        Alan Puckett ............................... 1,112
20        Kent Hill .................................... 1,095
21        Noy Castillo ................................ 1,086
22        Cameron Wells.........................1,069

URBANUS CONTINUES HIS STREAK: Zach Urbanus entered the 2009-10 campaign at seventh place on the
all-time list of Bulldog 3-point shooters, with 148 total. By virtue of connecting on 148-of-335 attempts, Urba-
nus trails only Leon Bryant (46.3%) in 3-Point FG Percentage Leaders. Along with teammate Austin Dahn, who
sits in eighth for his career, the tandem is making their way up the list of prolific outside shooters. Urbanus hit
his stride of late, connecting on 18 three-point attempts this season, 13 have come over the course of the last
five contests. As for Dahn, who has knocked down his three from beyond the arc, the Hispanic College Fund
Challenge was his breakthrough. Here is a look at The Citadel’s all-time 3-point shooters:

Rank    Player ...........................Total 3 FGs            Rank   Player .............................. Total 3 FGs
1       Travis Cantrell............................. 255         t6     Dante Terry .................................... 160
2       Alan Puckett ............................... 242         t6     Donny McLendon ............................ 160
3       Noy Castillo ................................ 230        8      Austin Dahn .................................135
4       Ryan Nesbit ................................ 191         9      Jamie Jenkins ................................. 132
5       Zach Urbanus ........................... 166             10     Terry Campbell ............................... 129

WELLS DRAWS MORE ATTENTION: The Citadel’s Cameron Wells was named to the CollegeInsider.com Pre-
season Mid-Major All-America team, marking the third such honor in 2009-10 that was bestowed on the junior
point guard.
        Wells finished 2008-09 ranked among the top two of eight Bulldogs statistical categories (first-steals,
assists, FGM, FGA; second-points, minutes, points per game, defensive rebounds). His other honors include
The Sporting News Preseason Southern Conference Player of the Year and Southern Conference Coaches Pre-
season All-Conference. Wells will be relied on heavily from an offensive standpoint after he notched double-
figure performances in 30 of 32 games last season. He established a new career-high, 30 points, in a 78-73 OT
victory against Appalachian State on Feb. 12, hitting 11-16 from the field and a perfect 8-8 from the free-throw
line.
                                      Opponent Information
                             CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE “BLUE DEVILS”
No.   Player                   Pos.      Ht.         Wt.        CL                            Hometown/High School
0     Deans, Markeys            F        6-5         225        Jr.                    West Hempstead, NY (Howard JC)
3     Rosario, Vince            G       5-10         160        So.                  Perth Amboy, NJ (Stonehill College)
11    Thompson, Shemik          G        6-0         190        Jr.                          Milton, DE (Cape Henlopen)
20    Tull, Jonathan            G        6-3         190        Fr.                          Toronto, Canada (Pickering)
21    Efese, Joe                F        6-6         215        Fr.                    Teaneck, NJ (St. Joseph Regional)
22    Bailey, Devan             G        6-2         190        Fr.                 Helsby, England (Brewster Academy)
23    Simmons, David            F        6-5         215        Jr.                            Syracuse, NY (Henninger)
24    Ptacek, Robby             G        6-3         200        So.                              Bayport, NY (Blue Point)
25    Baskerville, Chris        F        6-5         220        So.                               Hartford, CT (Bulkeley)
30    Horton, Ken               F        6-6         195        Jr.                               Ossining, NY (Ossining)
32    Seymore, Joe              G        6-2         195        Sr.                           New Castle, DE (Hodgson)
33    Pentland, Ross            G        6-4         195        Jr.                             Holden, MA (St. Anselm)

BLUE DEVILS GET FIRST VICTORY (11.28): The Central Connecticut State University men’s basketball team
improved to 1-2 overall on the season with a 51-44 victory against Savannah State. The Blue Devils, who shot
46 percent from the floor in the win, were led by sophomore Robby Ptacek who had a game-high 16 points to go
along with seven boards. Central, who lost to Savannah State last week 53-45, will be in action again on Saturday
night at 7:30 p.m. facing The Citadel.
    The Blue Devils trailed only once in the game, 6-3, and shot a season-best 46.3 percent from the field (19-
of-41) in the victory. Central’s zone defense held the Tigers to 16-of-47 shooting from the field in the game,
including 4-of-17 from three-point land.
    Down 8-6 in the first half, the Blue Devils rattled off 12 straight points to take an 18-8 lead with 9:59 on the
clock. Both offenses struggled in the final 10 minutes before the break, combining to score only 15 points as the
Blue Devils led 22-19 at halftime. It marked the first time this season that Central has led at the half.
    In the second half the Tigers tied the game quickly at 23-23 with 17:18 on the clock. Central responded with
an 8-2 run, fueled by a pair of three-point baskets by junior guard Ross Pentland. Pentland scored a career-high
eight points in the game, including the two threes.
    The Tigers responded to tie the game at 42-42 with 3:46 on the clock in the second half. With a two point
lead, Ptacek converted a three-point play to give Central the 47-42 lead with under three minutes on the clock.
Ptacek finished the game 5-of-12 from the field and 5-of-7 from the line to lead the Blue Devils in scoring for the
third straight game.
    In the final 2:45 of the game junior guard Shemik Thompson was 4-of-4 from the line and Ptacek his only
free-throw attempt. Central shot 10-of-13 from the line in the game.
    Ptacek led the way offensively for the Blue Devils with a season-high 16 points and a career-high seven re-
bounds. Thompson added 15 points, three rebounds and three steals. The two combined to score the final 13
points of the game for the Blue Devils, including 5-of-5 from the free-throw line.

CCSU STRUGGLES AGAINST SAVANNAH STATE (11.16): The Central Connecticut State University men’s
basketball team dropped to 0-2 on the season with a 53-45 loss on the road at Savannah State. The Blue Dev-
ils were led by junior captain Shemik Thompson who had a team-high 12 points while sophomore Robby Ptacek
added 11 and six rebounds. Freshman Joe Efese finished the game with seven points and four blocks.
     Savannah State took an early 12-6 lead as the Blue Devils struggled from the field to open the game. Central
hit just one of its first seven shots from the field to begin the contest. They cut it to 14-13 with 12:27 on the
clock, but a quick 6-0 run by the Tigers upped their lead to 20-13.
     Sophomore Vince Rosario hit his second three of the game, and fifth of the season, to cut it to 22-18 with
7:30 on the clock. Both teams struggled to score in the final minutes before the half, combining for only two field
goals in the final six minutes before the break.
     Savannah State led 27-23 at the half, after shooting 12-of-27 from the floor. Central shot only 8-of-22 from
the field in the half, including 2-of-4 from three. They hit only 6-of-18 from inside the arc in the half and com-
mitted eight turnovers. Efese had five points, four rebounds and three blocks in the half in 16 minutes of action.
Rosario led the offense with six points.
        The Tigers opened up a nine point lead, their largest of the game, at 41-32 with 8:55 left on the clock in
the second half. Ptacek scored the first seven points of the half for Central and 11 straight points going back to
the first half of play.
        A quick four point spurt by the Blue Devils cut the lead to 41-36, capped by a basket from Efese off a pass
from junior Ross Pentland. The Tigers responded, however, and pushed the lead back to 46-38 with under five
minutes to play in the game.
        Central would get no closer than six points the rest of the way. They cut the lead to 49-43 with a little
over two minutes to play, but Savannah State hit 4-of-6 free-throws in the final minutes to seal the victory.
        Central hit just 9-of-25 shots from the field in the second half and 17-of-47 from the floor in the game,
good for only 36.2 percent. They were 2-of-11 from three and missed their final eight attempts. The Tigers held
a 39-28 advantage on the boards.
                                                                                                                     Thompson led the way with 12 followed by Ptacek’s
                                          General Information                                                    11. Thompson added five rebounds and three steals.
Location ................................................................................ New Britain, CT        Efese added seven points and his four blocks and four
Founded ................................................................................................ 1849    boards. Rosario ended the game with six.
Enrollment .......................................................................................... 12,000
Nickname..................................................................................... Blue Devils        TOUGH SEASON OPENER (11.13): The Central Con-
Colors .................................................................................... Blue and White       necticut men’s basketball team opened its 2009-10 sea-
Conference .....................................................................................Northeast        son with a 67-58 setback against Fairfield at the Con-
Arena ........................................................................ William H. Derrick Gym            necticut 6 Classic. Sophomores Vince Rosario and Robby
Capacity................................................................................................ 2,654
                                                                                                                 Ptacek each scored 15 points and had four rebounds
President ........................................................................... Dr. John W. Miller
                                                                                                                 in the loss. Junior captain Shemik Thompson had nine
Director of Athletics..........................................................Charles “CJ” Jones
                                                                                                                 points and four assists for Central.
                                            Basketball Information                                                   Fairfield started off hitting nine of their first 10 shots
Head Coach...................................................................... Howie Dickenman                 from the field and took a quick 18-10 lead with 14:13 on
Record at Central Connecticut ........................................... 205-178 (13 yrs.)                      the clock. The Blue Devils responded and cut the lead
Overall Record.................................................................... 205-178 (13 yrs.)             to one at 22-21. Rosario hit his first two three point at-
Assistant Coaches .................................................................... Steve Curran              tempts in the game and senior Joe Seymore hit his first
................................................................................................. Kevin Papacs   attempt to help bring the Blue Devils back to within one.
................................................................................................... Victor Payne Fairfield hit 19-of-33 shots from the field in the first half
................................................................................................ Jamal Wagner    and led 40-30 at the break. Central hit only 9-of-23
2008-09 Record .................................................................................... 13-17        shots from the field in the first half, including 5-of-11
2008-09 Conference Record/Finish................................................ 8-10/t-6th                      from three. Rosario had 11 at the break.
Starters Returning/Lost............................................................................. 7/4             In the second half, the Stags opened up a 13 point
Players Returning/Lost ............................................................................. 4/1         lead at 51-38 with 13:10 on the clock. The Blue Devils
Newcomers.................................................................................................. 0    answered with a 13-5 run over the next five minutes to
Series vs. The Citadel .......................................................Inaugural Meeting                  cut the Fairfield lead to 56-51. Junior Markeys Deans
                                                                                                                 scored six and Ptacek had a big three to fuel the run.
        The Stags answered with a 9-1 run over the next three minutes to push the lead back to 13, and the Blue
Devils would get no closer than nine the rest of the way.

FIFTH IN PRE-SEASON: The Central Connecticut State University men’s basketball team was picked to finish
fifth in the Northeast Conference preseason coaches poll, announced on Wednesday. Junior forward Ken Horton,
one of the top scorers in the league last season and a second-team All-NEC selection, was chosen to the preseason
All-Conference Team. It was also announced that Horton will sit out the 2009-10 season because of an injury.
The Blue Devils open the season on Friday, Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the Connecticut 6 Classic in Bridgeport, CT
against Fairfield.
    Horton finished last season averaging 16.5 points per game and was named second team All-NEC. He also
averaged 5.8 rebounds and posted 44 blocks, both team-highs. He started 26 of his 28 games played in his
sophomore season and averaged 34.1 minutes played per game. He will redshirt this season and have two sea-
sons of eligibility remaining beginning with the 2010-11 season.




  SCORING              GP   FG-FGA   FG%  3FG-FGA  3PT%   FT-FTA   FT%   PTS PTS/G
  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  PTACEK, Robby.......  3   13-28   .464    3-6    .500   13-18   .722    42 14.0
  THOMPSON, Shemik....  3   14-38   .368    1-5    .200    7-7   1.000    36 12.0
  ROSARIO, Vince......  3    7-22   .318    5-20   .250    2-2   1.000    21  7.0
  DEANS, Markeys......  3    4-7    .571    0-0    .000    5-5   1.000    13  4.3
  BASKERVILLE, Chris..  3    4-7    .571    0-0    .000    5-8    .625    13  4.3
  PENTLAND, Ross......  3    3-6    .500    2-2   1.000    1-2    .500     9  3.0
  EFESE, Joe..........  3    3-8    .375    0-0    .000    2-4    .500     8  2.7
  SIMMONS, David......  1    1-2    .500    0-0    .000    0-1    .000     2  2.0
  SEYMORE, Joe........  3    2-6    .333    1-4    .250    0-0    .000     5  1.7
  BAILEY, Devan.......  3    2-7    .286    0-0    .000    0-0    .000     4  1.3
  TULL, Jonathan......  3    0-1    .000    0-0    .000    1-2    .500     1  0.3
  Total...............  3   53-132  .402   12-37   .324   36-49   .735   154 51.3
  Opponents...........  3   67-158  .424   11-45   .244   19-39   .487   164 54.7

                                    REBOUNDS
  TOTALS               GP   MIN  OFF  DEF  TOT   PF  FO    A   TO  A/TO  HI
  -------------------------------------------------------------------------
  PTACEK, Robby.......  3    98    3   14   17    4   0    4    9   0.4  16
  THOMPSON, Shemik....  3    98    2    8   10    5   0    8    6   1.3  15
  ROSARIO, Vince......  3    90    2    3    5    3   0    2    5   0.4  15
  DEANS, Markeys......  3    49    2    2    4    6   0    1    0  99.0   6
  BASKERVILLE, Chris..  3    38    4    3    7    1   0    0    2   0.0   7
  PENTLAND, Ross......  3    51    3    4    7    4   0    3    2   1.5   8
  EFESE, Joe..........  3    49    3    2    5    8   0    0    4   0.0   7
  SIMMONS, David......  1    25    1    6    7    3   0    0    3   0.0   2
  SEYMORE, Joe........  3    30    0    4    4    1   0    0    3   0.0   3
  BAILEY, Devan.......  3    51    0    3    3    6   0    2    6   0.3   2
  TULL, Jonathan......  3    21    0    0    0    2   0    2    0  99.0   1
  Total...............  3   600   20   57   77   43   0   22   41   0.5  58
  Opponents...........  3   600   43   63  106   48   -   30   43   0.7  67
                    The Man Behind The Tournament: Skip Prosser
   Skip Prosser, Wake Forest's basketball coach for
six seasons, passed away on July 26, 2007 of an ap-
parent heart attack.
   In six years with the Deacons, Prosser posted a
126-68 record. For his career, he was 291-146 in 14
seasons including six as the head coach at Xavier
and one year at Loyola (Md.).
   At Wake Forest, Prosser's teams averaged 21 wins
per season while playing in arguably the nation's
most difficult league, the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Prosser won 100 games at an ACC school quicker
than all but two coaches in the 55-year history of the
conference.
   Before arriving at Wake Forest prior to the 2001-
02 season, Prosser enjoyed highly-successful stints at Loyola (Md.) for one season and at
Xavier for seven seasons. Prosser is the only coach in NCAA history to take three different
schools to the NCAA Tournament in his first season at each of those schools.
   When Prosser took over the reins at Wake Forest, he inherited a program rich in basket-
ball tradition and history. How he almost immediately took the program to a new, higher
level is remarkable.
   In each of his first four seasons in Winston-Salem, Prosser guided Wake Forest to an
NCAA Tournament appearance. The Deacons advanced to at least the second round of the
NCAA Tournament in each of those years. In 2004, Wake Forest advanced to the Sweet 16
for the first time since 1996.
   Prosser's success at Wake Forest was not relegated to the NCAA Tournament. In 2003,
the Deacons won the ACC regular season championship outright for the first time in more
than 40 years. In the 2004-05 season, Wake Forest rose to No. 1 in the national polls for
the first time in the illustrious history of the school. The Deacons, in fact, were ranked in
                                                   the Associated Press top 25 for a school re-
                 Championships                     cord 60 consecutive weeks under Prosser.
 2003 ACC Regular Season                              Under Prosser, the Deacons were one of
 1998 A-10 Conference Tournament
                                                   the ACC's winningest teams over the last six
 1998 A-10 Conference West Regular Season
 1997 A-10 Conference West Regular Season          years. In both 2003 and 2005, Wake Forest
 1995 MCC Regular Season                           went 13-3 in the ACC. During Prosser's ten-
 1994 MAAC Tournament                              ure, the Deacons were 52-44 in league play.
                      Honors                       In the ACC Tournament, Wake Forest went
 2003 ACC Coach of the Year
                                                   3-2 over the last two years combined.
 2003 NABC District Coach of the Year
 2003 USBWA District Coach of the Year                Wake Forest, which defeated 18 different
 1997 Mideast Coach of the Year (Basketball Times) nationally-ranked teams under Prosser, won
 1997 NABC District Coach of the Year              a school record 27 games in 2005. Almost
 1995 MCC Coach of the Year                        annually over the last six years, Wake Forest
                Biographical Data
                                                   has been one of the nation's highest-scoring
 Full Name: George Edward “Skip” Prosser
 Born: November 3, 1950 Died: July 26, 2007        teams. In 2003, the Deacons became the
 College: U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (1972)      first ACC team ever to lead the nation in re-
 Degree: Nautical Science                          bounding.
 Graduate School: West Virginia University (1980) The biographical data was found at
 Master’s Degree: Secondary Education
                                                   www.wakeforestsports.com
                                                    Game-By-Game Superlatives
                                        THE CITADEL                        OPPONENTS                               CITADEL STARTERS
Date    Opponent                      Scoring         Rebounds           Scoring        Rebounds            G           G         G        F          C
N13     vs Kenyon College             Wolfinger-20     Wolfinger-12        Knight-15      Knapke-11          Wells      Urbanus    Dahn   Streeter   Wolfinger
N17     vs Charleston Southern        Wells-23        Wolfinger-9         Martin-15      Martin-10          Wells      Urbanus    Dahn   Streeter   Wolfinger
N20     vs Eastern Michigan!          Wells-24        Wolfinger-7         Bowdry-14      Bowdry-9           Wells      Urbanus    Dahn   Streeter   Wolfinger
N21     at Missouri State!            Wolfinger-18     Wolfinger-7         Weems-23       Weems, Patterson-6 Wells      Urbanus    Dahn   Streeter   Wolfinger
N22     vs Md.-Eastern Shore!         Wolfinger-17     Wolfinger-8         Pitt-17        Obame Obame-10 Wells          Urbanus    Dahn   Streeter   Wolfinger
N24     at (8) West Virginia          Wells-19        Urbanus, Wells-6   Flowers-13     Jones, Smith-8 Wells          Urbanus    Dahn   Streeter   Wolfinger
N28     vs UVA-Wise#                  Wells-20        Three tied-6       Jordan-14      Jordan, Phillips-6 Wells      Urbanus    Dahn   Streeter   Wolfinger
N29     vs Central Connecticut State
D3      vs Davidson*
D5      vs Georgia Southern*
D7      vs Michigan State
D16     vs Allen University
D19     at Texas A&M
D21     at Houston
J2      at Savannah State
J6      at Appalachian State*
J9      vs College of Charleston*
J14     at Chattanooga*
J16     at Samford*
J21     vs Wofford*
J23     vs Furman*
J28     at Georgia Southern*
J30     at Davidson*
F4      vs Samford*
F6      vs Chattanooga*
F8      at College of Charleston*
F13     at Elon*
F18     vs Western Carolina*
F20     vs UNC Greensboro*
F25     at Furman*
F27     at Wofford*
!-Hispanic College Fund Challenge/Missouri State University
#-CollegeInsider.Com Skip Prosser Classic/The Citadel
*-Southern Conference Games




                                                Game-by-Game Leaders (2009-10)
Opponent                                        Leader (Points)                       Double-Double Performances (2008-09)
N13     vs Kenyon College           Joe Wolfinger                         (20)
N17     vs Charleston Southern     Cameron Wells                         (23)      Opponent Player                              (Points, Rebounds)
N20     vs Eastern Michigan        Cameron Wells                         (24)      N13 vs Kenyon College                         Joe Wolfinger (20, 12)
N21     at Missouri State           Joe Wolfinger                         (18)
N22     vs Md.-Eastern Shore        Joe Wolfinger                         (17)
N24     at (8/8) West Virginia     Cameron Wells                         (19)
N28     vs UVA-Wise#               Cameron Wells                         (20)
N29     vs Central Connecticut St.
D3      vs Davidson*
D5      vs Georgia Southern*
D7      vs Michigan State (ESPNU)
D16     vs Allen University
D19     at Texas A&M
D21     at Houston
J2      at Savannah State
J6      at Appalachian State*
J9      vs College of Charleston*
J14     at Chattanooga*
J16     at Samford*
J21     vs Wofford*
J23     vs Furman*
J28     at Georgia Southern*
J30     at Davidson*
F4      vs Samford*
F6      vs Chattanooga*
F8      at College of Charleston*
F13     at Elon*
F18     vs Western Carolina*
F20     vs UNC Greensboro*
F25     at Furman*
F27     at Wofford*
                  The Bulldogs When...                                                       National Polls
Overall .................................................................4-3               Associated Press
At home................................................................2-1
On road ................................................................0-2
                                                                               1. Kansas (56)           3-0   1,613
At neutral sites ....................................................2-0        2. Michigan State (7)   4-0   1,538
After a loss ...........................................................3-0     3. Texas (1)            2-0   1,439
In overtime ..........................................................0-0       4. Villanova            5-0   1,397
In SoCon play .......................................................0-0
                                                                                5. Kentucky             4-0   1,333
Decided by 3 pts or less .......................................0-1
Decided by 4-5 points ..........................................0-0             6. Purdue               3-0   1,314
Decided by 6-10 points .......................................1-0               7. Duke                 4-0   1,163
Decided by 11-20 points .....................................1-2                8. West Virginia        1-0   1,133
Decided by 20+ points ........................................2-0               9. Tennessee            4-0   1,040
Scoring first..........................................................3-2
Leading at half .....................................................4-1
                                                                               10. Syracuse (1)         4-0   1,013
Tied at half ...........................................................0-0    11. North Carolina       4-1     914
Trailing at half ......................................................0-2     12. Butler               3-0     872
Lead with 10:00 remaining ..................................4-0                13. Connecticut          3-0     850
Trail with 10:00 remaining ...................................0-3
Lead with 5:00 remaining .....................................3-0
                                                                               14. Washington           4-0     844
Trail with 5:00 remaining .....................................0-3             15. Michigan             2-0     672
Citadel shoots 50% or better ...............................1-0                16. Louisville           3-0     486
Citadel shoots less than 50% ..............................3-3                 17. Ohio State           3-1     466
Citadel out-shoots opponent ................................3-1
                                                                               18. Georgetown           3-0     418
Opp. shoots 50% or better ...................................0-1
Opp. shoots less than 50% ..................................4-2                19. Clemson              3-0     408
Citadel out-rebounds opp. ...................................2-0               20. Illinois             3-0     366
Opp. out-rebounds Citadel....................................1-3               21. Maryland             3-0     296
Rebounds are tied ................................................1-0          22. Minnesota            3-0     292
Citadel shoots 70%+ from FT line ........................3-1
Citadel has more FT att. ......................................2-1             23. Notre Dame           4-0     117
Opponent has more FT att. ..................................2-1                24. Vanderbilt           2-0     108
Citadel shoots 40%+ from 3-point .......................1-1                    25. Oklahoma             2-1     107
Citadel wins turnover battle .................................3-1
Opp. wins turnover battle .....................................1-2                         ESPN/USA Today
Turnovers are tied ................................................0-0
Citadel scores 100-plus points..............................0-0                 1. Kansas (28)          3-0    772
Citadel scores 90-99 points ..................................0-0
Citadel scores 80-89 points ..................................1-0
                                                                                2. Michigan State (2)   4-0    734
Citadel scores 70-79 points ..................................0-0               3. Texas                2-0    698
Citadel scores 60-69 points ..................................3-1               4. Villanova            5-0    655
Citadel scores 50-59 points ..................................0-2               5. Kentucky             4-0    642
Citadel scores less than 50 pts .............................0-0
Opp. scores 100-plus points .................................0-0
                                                                                6. Purdue               3-0    588
Opp. scores 90-99 points......................................0-0               7. Duke (1)             4-0    587
Opp. scores 80-89 points......................................0-0               8. West Virginia        1-0    532
Opp. scores 70-79 points......................................0-1               9. Syracuse             4-0    481
Opp. scores 60-69 points......................................1-2
                                                                               10. Butler               3-0    475
Opp. scores 50-59 points......................................1-0
Opp. scores less than 50 pts .................................2-0              11. Tennessee            4-0    464
On Mondays..........................................................0-0        12. North Carolina       4-1    447
On Tuesdays .........................................................0-2       13. Connecticut          3-0    405
On Wednesdays ....................................................0-0          14. Washington           4-0    383
On Thursdays .......................................................0-0
On Fridays ............................................................2-0     15. Michigan             2-0    339
On Saturdays........................................................1-1        16. Minnesota            3-0    233
On Sundays ..........................................................1-0       16. Louisville           3-0    233
In November ........................................................4-3        18. Ohio State           3-1    219
In December ........................................................0-0
In January ............................................................0-0
                                                                               19. Georgetown           3-0    205
In February ..........................................................0-0      19. Clemson              3-0    205
In March ..............................................................0-0     21. Illinois             3-0    131
                                                                               22. Maryland             3-0     99
                                                                               23. California           2-2     71
                                                                               24. Vanderbilt           2-0     67
                                                                               25. Georgia Tech         3-1     56
                          Game-By-Game Quick Notes
                                     Joe Wolfinger recorded his first career double-double (20 pts., 12 re-
N13   vs Kenyon College              bounds) … The Citadel finished with 10 offensive rebounds in the contest.
                                     Cameron Wells scored 23 points, including 15 by halftime, as The Citadel hit 24-
N17   vs Charleston Southern         of-57 ... Wells hit 10-of-16 shots from the floor ... Wolfinger finished with 9 boards
                                     Cameron Wells reaches the 1,000 point plateau in his career ... Zach Urba-
N20   vs Eastern Michigan            nus converts 3-of-5 3-pointers in the contest as The Citadel moves to 2-1.
                                     Freshman Harrison DuPont scored seven points on 2-of-2 shooting, including a late
N21   at Missouri State              three-pointer for The Citadel ... The Bulldogs managed 10-of-22 FGs in the 2nd half.

N22   vs Maryland-Eastern Shore      The Citadel shot a season-best 57.4% from the field (31-54) and an
                                     all-time JQH Arena best 13-27 (48.1%) ... Wolfinger scored 17 pts.

N24   at West Virginia               Guard Cameron Wells scored a game-high 19 points ... The Citadel finished
                                     19-of-41 (46.3%) from the floor ... Zach Urbanus and Wells had six boards.
                                     Bulldogs hold UVA-Wise to 13 points in the first half ... Limit an opponent to
N28   vs UVA-Wise                    37 points for the first time since 1964-65... Cameron Wells scores 20 points

N29   vs Central Connecticut State

D3    vs Davidson

D5    vs Georgia Southern

D7    vs Michigan State

D16   vs Allen University

D19   at Texas A&M

D21   at Houston

J2    at Savannah State

J6    at Appalachian State

J9    vs College of Charleston

J14   at Chattanooga

J16   at Samford

J21   vs Wofford

J23   vs Furman

J28   at Georgia Southern

J30   at Davidson

F4    vs Samford

F6    vs Chattanooga

F8    at College of Charleston

F13   at Elon

F18   vs Western Carolina

F20   vs UNC Greensboro

F25   at Furman

F27   at Wofford
                                                    2009-10 Combined Statistics
                   RECORD:                          OVERALL                HOME                AWAY                NEUTRAL
                   ALL GAMES                          4-3                   2-1                 0-1                  2-1
                   CONFERENCE                         0-0                   0-0                 0-0                  0-0
                   NON-CONFERENCE                     4-3                   2-1                 0-1                  2-1

                                              Total        3-Point             F-Throw              Rebounds
##   Player               gp-gs   min avg fg-fga    fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%         ft-fta    ft%    off    def tot avg    pf dq     a   to blk stl   pts   avg
00   WOLFINGER, Joe        7-7    191    27.3   38-70    .543 13-23   .565 17-23       .739   15 39 54       7.7    16   0    1   17 1 2       106   15.1
03   MORABBI, Cosmo        7-0    139    19.9    6-22    .273 4-14    .286 8-9         .889    3 10 13       1.9     9   0    8    6 0 6        24    3.4
04   REYNOLDS, John        2-0      4     2.0    0-2     .000 0-0     .000 0-0         .000    0   0   0     0.0     0   0    0    0 1 0         0    0.0
12   DuPONT, Harrison      7-0     53     7.6    5-13    .385 1-6     .167 3-6         .500    2   7   9     1.3     9   0    2    6 1 1        14    2.0
15   URBANUS, Zach         7-7    242    34.6   21-53    .396 18-40   .450 11-15       .733    3 26 29       4.1     6   0   14    8 1 5        71   10.1
20   CHERRY, Ben           5-0     45     9.0    3-6     .500 3-6     .500 1-2         .500    0   5   5     1.0     3   0    0    0 0 0        10    2.0
21   STREETER, Bryan       7-7    136    19.4   10-21    .476 0-0     .000 2-7         .286    7 12 19       2.7    15   0    3    4 1 6        22    3.1
22   WELLS, Cameron        7-7    230    32.9   49-104   .471 2-10    .200 23-28       .821    6 26 32       4.6    16   0   28   15 2 16      123   17.6
24   DAHN, Austin          7-7    169    24.1   14-39    .359 4-23    .174 3-4         .750    2   9 11      1.6     7   0   11   14 0 3        35    5.0
30   PANDAK, Phillip       2-0      6     3.0    1-3     .333 1-3     .333 1-2         .500    0   0   0     0.0     1   0    0    0 0 0         4    2.0
31   GROSELLE, Mike        6-0     45     7.5   10-12    .833 0-0     .000 7-8         .875    5 13 18       3.0     6   0    0    2 0 1        27    4.5
32   FITZPATRICK, Tom      2-0      6     3.0    0-1     .000 0-0     .000 3-4         .750    1   2   3     1.5     2   0    0    0 0 0         3    1.5
33   EYKYN, Daniel         4-0     23     5.8    1-5     .200 1-4     .250 0-0         .000    1   2   3     0.8     4   0    1    0 0 1         3    0.8
34   HOLSTON, Bo           5-0     50    10.0    0-7     .000 0-3     .000 1-3         .333    4 12 16       3.2     6   0    2    7 0 1         1    0.2
45   CLARK, Matt           5-0     61    12.2    2-5     .400 1-2     .500 1-2         .500    4   2   6     1.2     3   0    5    4 3 2         6    1.2
     Team                                                                                      7   8 15                            2
     Total..........       7      1400          160-363 .441 48-134   .358 81-113      .717   60 173 233    33.3 103     0   75   85 10 44     449   64.1
     Opponents......       7      1400          151-361 .418 41-124   .331 59-93       .634   54 159 213    30.4 111     -   75   99 20 38     402   57.4

TEAM STATISTICS                       CIT            OPP                    Date          Opponent                                  Score         Att.
SCORING                               449              402                  11/13/09      KENYON COLLEGE                     W      64-45        1031
 Points per game                     64.1            57.4                   11/17/09      CHARLESTON SOUTHERN                L      60-61        1268
 Scoring margin                      +6.7                -             #    11-20-09      vs Eastern Michigan                W      63-56           0
FIELD GOALS-ATT                   160-363         151-361                   11/21/09      at Missouri State                  L      55-72        5234
 Field goal pct                      .441            .418              #    11/22/09      vs Maryland Eastern Sho            W      88-62           0
3 POINT FG-ATT                     48-134          41-124                   11/24/09      vs West Virginia                   L      50-69       12348
 3-point FG pct                      .358            .331                   11/28/09      UVA-WISE                           W      69-37         898
 3-pt FG made per game                6.9              5.9
FREE THROWS-ATT                    81-113           59-93              * - Conference game
 Free throw pct                      .717             .634
 F-Throws made per game              11.6              8.4
REBOUNDS                              233              213
 Rebounds per game                   33.3            30.4
 Rebounding margin                   +2.9                -
ASSISTS                                75               75
 Assists per game                    10.7            10.7
TURNOVERS                              85               99
 Turnovers per game                  12.1            14.1
 Turnover margin                     +2.0                -
 Assist/turnover ratio                0.9              0.8
STEALS                                 44               38
 Steals per game                      6.3              5.4
BLOCKS                                 10               20
 Blocks per game                      1.4              2.9
ATTENDANCE                           3197           17582
 Home games-Avg/Game               3-1066          1-5234
 Neutral site-Avg/Game                  -          3-4116

Score by Periods        1st 2nd     Totals
The Citadel             222 227       449
Opponents               182 220       402
                         2009-10 Citadel Bulldog Game Recaps & Box Scores
 vs. Georgia Southwestern State (58-37 exh.)                                             vs. Kenyon College (64-45)
The Citadel Basketball team cruised to a 58-37 victory in an exhibition    Senior Joe Wolfinger recorded his first career double-double in
game over Georgia Southwestern University. Junior Bryan Streeter led       a 64-45 victory over visiting Kenyon College on Friday night.
the Bulldogs offensively, netting 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting. New-       Wolfinger scored 20 points and finished with 12 rebounds,
comer Joe Wolfinger anchored the post, grabbing 11 rebounds (nine           helping the Bulldogs to dominate the paint, while team-
defensive), in 16 minutes of play.                                         mate Cameron Wells scored 11 points to lead the backcourt.
“Streeter gave us a lot of energy in the first half,” said head coach Ed
                                                                           The Citadel (1-0) converted 24-of-62 shots (38.7%) in the con-
Conroy. “He brings a lot of toughness to our lineup. Defensively he
                                                                           test, struggling to find their touch from 3-point range by con-
was very solid and played well. As a team we are continuing to make
progress and we as a staff got a good feel by using different combina-
                                                                           verting 3-of-20 attempts. Wells hit on 3-of-12 shots from the
tions tonight. In the second half we played choppy, but were able to       field, 5-for-6 from the free throw line and grabbed nine re-
develop a solid rotation on the bench.”                                    bounds. Backcourt mate Zach Urbanus hit 2-of-7 from the
                                                                           field, all from beyond the arc, and hauled in four boards.
Also reaching double figures for The Citadel was Cameron Wells.
Wells, a preseason selection by both The Sporting News and the So-         “Our whole team did a great job of playing with energy and the
Con coaches, scored 10 points on 4-for-7 shooting in 22 minutes of         right mentality on the defensive end,” said head coach Ed Con-
action. Wells dished out two assists and made a solid defensive stand      roy. “We had to do that because it was a tough night shooting.
with four steals. Backcourt teammates Zach Urbanus (nine points)           For (Joe) Wolfinger to come through and score some big baskets
and Austin Dahn (one point) combined for 56 minutes. Streeter added        for us in the second half, when the score was a little tight, and
seven caroms, while Mike Groselle chipped in five, to give the Bulldogs     give us a lead was really encouraging. He has really improved
a 41-29 advantage in the paint.                                            on some fundamental things and it showed in his play tonight.”
The Citadel held Georgia Southwestern to 12-of-49 shooting (24.5%),
                                                                           As for Kenyon, J.T. Knight scored a team-high 15 points
including 6-of-21 shooting (28.6%) from beyond the arc. Meanwhile,
                                                                           while Dave Knapke anchored the middle with 11 rebounds.
the Bulldogs hit on 20-of-47 from the field (42.6%) and 13-of-19 from
the free-throw line.
                                                                           Four players finished with three turnovers apiece as Ken-
                                                                           yon College finished with 20 as a unit. The Lords hit on 8-of-
The combination of Marcus Scott, 19 points, and Ric Roderick (11           24 (33.3%) shots from beyond the arc, led by Knight’s 3-for-
points) provided the offensive threat for the Hurricanes. Scott con-       4 performance. Guard Anthony Chun finished with seven
verted 7-of-17 field goal attempts, hitting 3-for-6 from 3-point range.     points on 4-for-6 shooting from the charity stripe in the loss.
Dannie Hunt posted eight boards in the loss.
                                                                           Leading 33-25 at the end of the first half,        The Citadel ex-
Streeter converted 4-of-5 attempts in the first half, leading all scorers   tended its lead to 43-31 on an Urbanus            three-pointer at
with 10 points. The Bulldogs converted 10-of-19 field goals (52.6%),        the 13:51 mark of the second half. The            highlight of the
including 2-of-7 from beyond the arc, in the half. Junior guard Cam-       run came when Wells found Wolfinger for             an open dunk.
eron Wells added eight points, along with a pair of assists, while new-
comer Joe Wolfinger manned the post with two points, four rebounds          With The Citadel leading 49-37 at the 9:31 mark, Knight knocked
and a pair of blocks.                                                      down a three-pointer to cut the lead to nine points. The Bulldogs an-
                                                                           swered with a 13-2 run over the next 7:29 to lead by a 62-42 margin.
As the two teams headed to the lockerrooms, Ric Roderick led the
                                                                           The Bulldogs turned on their defensive pressure, over the final five
Hurricanes with six points. Dannie Hunt grabbed five boards, including
four defensive.
                                                                           minutes of action, forcing multiple turnovers to secure the victory.
               vs. Charleston Southern (L, 60-61)                                                                                                  vs. Eastern Michigan (W, 63-56)
Junior guard Cameron Wells led The Citadel with 23 points, how-                                                                 The Citadel Basketball team won the first game of the Hispanic College Fund
                                                                                                                                Challenge, staving off a late charge by Eastern Michigan, 63-56. Junior point
ever it was not enough to deter a Charleston Southern victory                                                                   guard Cameron Wells scored 24 points, a game-high, to become the 26th
at McAlister Field House on Tuesday evening, as the Buccaneers                                                                  member of the Bulldog’s 1,000 point club. Wells, who reached the milestone
escaped with a 61-60 victory. Wells converted 10-of-16 shots in                                                                 in 66 games, becomes the quickest player in history to reach the plateau.
the contest, including one three pointer, in 32 minutes of action.
                                                                                                                                “I am happy for Cameron that his hard work has paid off,” said head coach Ed
                                                                                                                                Conroy. “With a talented player like Cameron, and as hard as he works, there
Trailing by one point with the possession, CSU’s Jamarco War-                                                                   are going to be a lot of records and different accolades that come his way.”
ren drove to the hoop for the game-winner with 1.2 seconds re-
                                                                                                                                “As far as the win tonight, that shows the resolve of this team. We have said
maining. Warren, who finished with 13 points on 6-of-9 shooting,                                                                 that as pain as Charleston Southern was, it was not going to define our sea-
forced the Bulldogs to immediately call a timeout for the final pos-                                                             son. As I told the guys after the game, this is a really quality victory to-
session. After a deep pass down the court, and subsequent foul,                                                                 night. That Eastern Michigan team would do really well in the Southern Con-
                                                                                                                                ference and Brandon Bawdry would be a Player of the Year candidate.”
the game ended in favor of the Buccaneers. Warren (13 points)
shared the stage with teammate Kelvin Martin who notched 15                                                                     Joe Wolfinger, who added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Zach Urbanus (12
points, while pulling down 10 boards, on 6-for-10 shooting from                                                                 points) also scored in double figures for The Citadel. Urbanus hit 3-of-5 from be-
                                                                                                                                yond the arc, closing in on fifth place among best 3-point shooters in Bull-
the field.                                                                                                                       dog history. He stands four back of Donny McLendon and Dante Terry, each with
                                                                                                                                160. Wolfinger chipped in a team-high seven boards, six on the defensive end.
“It is a tough ending to the game,” said head coach Ed Conroy.
                                                                                                                                Eastern Michigan, who falls to 1-1 on the season, was led offensive-
“As I told our team this game will not define our team and will                                                                  ly by Brandon Bowdry’s 14 points. Bowdry added nine rebounds, all de-
not define our season. It’s about getting better, especially at this                                                             fensive. Teammates Justin Dobbins, who netted 12, Jay Higgins (10
time of year. Tonight with this game and this opponent obviously                                                                pts.) and Carlos Medlock (10 pts.) all reached double-figures in scoring.
there was a lot for us to learn from it and go to work tomorrow.
                                                                                                                                As a unit, The Citadel (2-1) finished with a 42.9% field goal percentage (21-49), while
We have three games coming up this weekend where we will find                                                                    EMU (1-1) shot 21-of-47 from the field. Behind Wells’ 10-of-12 shooting from the free
a lot out about our team and I am excited about that opportunity.”                                                              throw line, the Bulldogs finished 16-of-20 as a team (80%). The Bulldogs also held an
                                                                                                                                edge in second chance points (11-2) and points off turnovers (14-10) in the contest.

Fellow Bulldogs guard Zach Urbanus led the team with three                                                                      “Growing up in the Midwest, people will say that the game is called the same way
3-pointers in the game, scoring 12 points and forcing two steals                                                                all over the country, but it is really not,” Conroy added. “You saw that tonight, it
on the defensive end. Joe Wolfinger manned the middle with 10                                                                    was a very physical contest, and we explained that at halftime how Eastern Michi-
                                                                                                                                gan was getting into us. In the second half, because we cut well, and shot the
points and a team-high nine rebounds, including three offensive.                                                                ball well and drove the ball well that was a huge key to the basketball game.”
Conroy’s unit was sparked by Cosmo Morabbi’s nine points off the
bench, including a pair of critical 3-pointers during a two minute                                                              The Citadel held a 26-22 edge at the end of the first half, capitalizing on 14
                                                                                                                                points in the paint. Wolfinger led all scorers with nine points at the break, con-
span that gave The Citadel a 58-55 lead with 4:09 remaining. The                                                                verting three shots from the floor along with a pair of free throws. The Bull-
Citadel falls to 1-1 with the loss, while Charleston Southern earns                                                             dogs grabbed 17 rebounds, five offensive, with Wolfinger, Groselle and Wells
their first win of the season.                                                                                                   each responsible for three. Meanwhile, Bowdry had high marks for the Ea-
                                                                                                                                gles, six points, and teammate Carlos Medlock joined him with four boards.

In a back-and-forth contest throughout, the score was tied on                                                                   With the score tied at 9-9 at the 15:53 mark of the half, The Citadel put together a 14-5 run
eight separate occasions and the two teams changed the lead 10                                                                  over the next seven minutes of action. Wolfinger scored five points during that run, while
times. The Buccaneers converted 25-of-48 shots (52.7%), where-                                                                  the defense closed the door on the Eagles by forcing seven missed 3-pointers. Combined
                                                                                                                                with two turnovers during the span, the Bulldogs established their largest lead of the half.
as The Citadel managed 24-of-57 shooting (42.1%). Charleston
Southern held a 28-26 edge in the paint.                                                                                        Jay Higgins and L.J. Frazier hit back-to-back buckets, closing the lead to 23-19 with 4:01
                                                                                                                                remaining. Wells closed out the half with three points in the final 1:18 for the 26-22 lead.

Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics                                                                Eastern Michigan vs The Citadel
Charleston Southern vs The Citadel                                                                                              11-20-09 5:30 p.m. at JQH Arena, Springfield, Mo.
11/17/09 7:05 p.m. at McAlister Field House, Charleston, SC
                                                                                                                                Eastern Michigan 56 • 1-1
Charleston Southern 61 • 1-1                                                                                                                                              Total  3-Ptr        Rebounds
                                           Total  3-Ptr        Rebounds                                                         ##   Player                              FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot        PF      TP     A TO Blk Stl         Min
##   Player                               FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot          PF      TP     A TO Blk Stl          Min    01   HIGGINS, Jay                    f    4-12        2-8     0-1    1 2 3 0             10     1   1    0      0     36
01   MARTIN, Kelvin                   *    6-10        0-1        3-5   0 10 10 3           15     3   2    1       3     33    33   BOWDRY, Brandon                 f    6-11        0-2     2-4    0 9 9 3             14     2   3    1      1     35
04   GOODS, Quinton                   *     2-4        0-0        0-0   1 1 2 2              4     0   1    1       0     10    25   DOBBINS, Justin                 c     6-7        0-0     0-0    1 2 3 3             12     2   2    1      0     28
05   WARREN, Jamarco                  *     6-9        1-2        0-0   0 1 1 2             13     0   7    0       0     25    03   MEDLOCK, Carlos                 g     3-9        2-6     2-2    2 4 6 5             10     5   4    0      1     32
10   SEXTON, Jeremy                   *     2-3        1-2        0-0   0 2 2 2              5     1   2    0       0     29    13   GREEN, Antonio                  g     1-4        0-3     3-4    0 0 0 1              5     2   0    0      4     37
25   MITCHELL, Kenny                  *     3-9        0-0        3-5   4 3 7 0              9     1   2    2       2     27    12   FRAZIER, L.J.                         1-2        1-2     0-0    0 0 0 1              3     1   1    0      0      8
00   TANKELEWICZ, Tom                       0-1        0-1        0-0   0 0 0 2              0     1   0    0       0     14    15   COOPER, Will                         0-0         0-0     0-0    0 0 0 3              0     0   2    0      0      6
15   LAMB, Jo'el                            1-2        1-1        0-0   0 1 1 0              3     0   0    0       0      6    21   DAILEY, Quintin                       0-1        0-1     0-0    0 0 0 0              0     0   0    0      0      2
23   NWOGBO, Zimmy                          3-6        0-0        1-1   3 5 8 0              7     2   3    1       1     28    32   HARRIS, Jamell                        0-0        0-0     0-0    0 0 0 1              0     0   1    0      0      4
                                                                                                                                45   BALKEMA, Matt                         0-1        0-0     2-2    1 2 3 2              2     0   3    0      0     12
24   HONORAT, Stanley                       1-3        1-1        0-0   0 0 0 0              3     0   1    0       1     15
                                                                                                                                     Team                                                            0 0 0
33   BLACKMON, Billy                        1-1        0-0        0-0   0 0 0 0              2     0   2    1       1     13
                                                                                                                                     Totals                              21-47     5-22      9-13    5 19 24 19          56 13 17        2      6 200
     Team                                                               0 1 1
     Totals                               25-48        4-8    7-11      8 24 32 11          61     8 20     6       8 200         FG % 1st Half:   8-22    36.4%    2nd half: 13-25 52.0%       Game: 21-47 44.7%                               Deadball
                                                                                                                                 3FG % 1st Half:   2-13    15.4%    2nd half: 3-9   33.3%       Game: 5-22 22.7%                                Rebounds
 FG % 1st Half: 14-28      50.0%     2nd half: 11-20 55.0%          Game: 25-48 52.1%                               Deadball      FT % 1st Half:    4-5    80.0%    2nd half: 5-8   62.5%       Game: 9-13 69.2%                                   2
3FG % 1st Half: 2-5        40.0%     2nd half: 2-3   66.7%          Game: 4-8   50.0%                               Rebounds
 FT % 1st Half: 3-6        50.0%     2nd half: 4-5   80.0%          Game: 7-11 63.6%                                   1
                                                                                                                                The Citadel 63 • 2-1
                                                                                                                                                                          Total  3-Ptr        Rebounds
The Citadel 60 • 1-1
                                                                                                                                ##   Player                              FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot        PF      TP     A TO Blk Stl         Min
                                           Total  3-Ptr        Rebounds
                                                                                                                                21   STREETER, Bryan                 f     0-0        0-0     0-0   2 0 2 3               0     0   0    0      1     10
##   Player                               FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot          PF      TP     A TO Blk Stl          Min
                                                                                                                                24   DAHN, Austin                    f     3-8        0-4     2-2   1 3 4 0               8     2   4    0      2     27
00   WOLFINGER, Joe                   * 4-16           0-2        2-2    3 6 9 4            10     0   3    0       1     26    00   WOLFINGER, Joe                  c    5-10        1-3     3-3   1 6 7 4              14     0   1    0      1     30
15   URBANUS, Zach                    * 4-11           3-7        1-2    1 1 2 0            12     2   1    0       2     36    15   URBANUS, Zach                   g     4-7        3-5     1-2   0 3 3 1              12     2   1    0      0     35
21   STREETER, Bryan                  * 2-4            0-0        0-0    1 2 3 3             4     0   2    1       2     35    22   WELLS, Cameron                  g    7-18        0-2    10-12  2 2 4 2              24     6   2    0      2     34
22   WELLS, Cameron                   * 10-16          1-1        2-3    1 1 2 2            23     2   2    0       3     32    03   MORABBI, Cosmo                        1-3        1-3     0-0   1 1 2 1               3     0   2    0      0     25
24   DAHN, Austin                     * 0-2            0-2        0-0    0 2 2 1             0     1   1    0       0     23    12   DuPONT, Harrison                      0-0        0-0     0-0   0 1 1 1               0     1   0    0      0      7
03   MORABBI, Cosmo                      3-5           2-3        1-2    0 3 3 1             9     3   1    0       2     28    31   GROSELLE, Mike                        1-2        0-0     0-0   2 1 3 1               2     0   0    0      0      7
12   DuPONT, Harrison                    0-2           0-1        0-0    1 1 2 2             0     0   2    0       0      9    34   HOLSTON, Bo                           0-1        0-0     0-1   2 4 6 3               0     1   2    0      0     25
45   CLARK, Matt                         1-1           0-0        0-0    1 1 2 1             2     1   2    1       0     11         Team                                                           0 1 1
     Team                                                                2 1 3                                                       Totals                              21-49     5-17      16-20 11 22 33 16           63 12 12        0      6 200
     Totals                               24-57      6-16         6-9   10 18 28 14         60     9 14     2 10 200
                                                                                                                                  FG % 1st Half: 10-26     38.5%    2nd half: 11-23 47.8%       Game: 21-49 42.9%                               Deadball
 FG % 1st Half: 16-32      50.0%     2nd half:    8-25   32.0%      Game: 24-57 42.1%                               Deadball     3FG % 1st Half: 3-10      30.0%    2nd half: 2-7   28.6%       Game: 5-17 29.4%                                Rebounds
                                                                                                                    Rebounds      FT % 1st Half: 3-4       75.0%    2nd half: 13-16 81.3%       Game: 16-20 80.0%                                  2,1
3FG % 1st Half: 3-6        50.0%     2nd half:    3-10   30.0%      Game: 6-16 37.5%
 FT % 1st Half: 4-7        57.1%     2nd half:     2-2    100.0     Game: 6-9   66.7%                                  2
                                                                                                                                Officials: Brad Gaston, James Durham, K.B. Burdett, Jr.
Officials: Raymie Styons, Scott Smith, Mark Schnur                                                                              Technical fouls: Eastern Michigan-None. The Citadel-None.
Technical fouls: Charleston Southern-None. The Citadel-None.                                                                    Attendance:
Attendance: 1268                                                                                                                2009 Hispanic College Fund Challenge - Game 1

Score by periods                   1st    2nd    Total                               In      Off     2nd    Fast                Score by periods                   1st   2nd   Total                              In      Off     2nd    Fast
                                                                           Points   Paint    T/O    Chance Break        Bench   Eastern Michigan                   22    34      56                    Points    Paint    T/O    Chance Break       Bench
Charleston Southern                33     28      61                                                                                                                                                   EMU        32      10       2      2           5
                                                                           CSU       28      19       11     10          15     The Citadel                        26    37      63
The Citadel                        39     21      60                       CIT       26      15       6      6           11
                                                                                                                                                                                                       CITADEL    28      14       11     0           5

                                                                                                                                Last FG - EMU 2nd-00:18, CITADEL 2nd-02:02.                                           Score tied - 5 times.
Last FG - CSU 2nd-00:01, CIT 2nd-01:58.                                                  Score tied - 8 times.
                                                                                                                                Largest lead - EMU by 2 2nd-04:42, CITADEL by 9 1st-07:19.                            Lead changed - 4 times.
Largest lead - CSU by 5 2nd-09:54, CIT by 9 1st-07:36.                                   Lead changed - 10 times.
              at Missouri State (L, 55-72)                                       vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (W, 88-62)
Joe Wolfinger scored a team-high 18 points and Cameron Wells netted         Joe Wolfinger’s 17 points led five players in double figures as The Citadel cruised
12 points, in a 72-55 loss to Missouri State at the Hispanic College       past Maryland Eastern Shore, 88-62. It marks the highest scoring contest for
Fund Challenge. Bears forward Kyle Weems scored a game-high 23             the Bulldogs since Jan. 1, 2009 when they defeated Georgia Southern 84-75.
                                                                           Cameron Wells scored 14 points and dished out eight assists, moving within
points in the game, leading the second half charge with 16 points.
                                                                           three points of J’Mel Everhart for 23rd on the all-time scoring list.

Wolfinger knocked down 6-of-9 shots from the field, including 3-for-4        Three-point marksman Zach Urbanus knocked down three 3-pointers en route
from 3-point range, while grabbing a team best seven caroms. Wells         to a 14 point performance, moving into sole possession of fifth place among
was successful on 5-of-12 shots from the floor and dished out three         Bulldog 3-point shooters. Backcourt mate Austin Dahn found his rhythm with a
assists. Zach Urbanus capped off the Bulldogs leaders in points with       4-of-7 performance, including 3-of-5 from 3-point range, scoring 11 points as
eight. Urbanus hit a pair of three-point baskets to move to 158 in his     he takes over eighth place from Jamie Jenkins. With the victory the Bulldogs
                                                                           improve to 3-2 and win two of three games in the Hispanic College Fund Chal-
career. The Citadel moves to 2-2 with the loss.
                                                                           lenge.

“We knew that Missouri State would be physical and Cameron (Wells)         Mike Groselle rounded out double-digit scorers for The Citadel, coming off the
still finished with a good stat line,” said head coach Ed Conroy. “He got   bench to score 14 points and grab four caroms on 4-4 shooting from the floor.
an early foul in the second half that was a tough call. I was pleased      He knocked down 6-of-6 from the charity stripe. In the front court, Wolfinger
with our team from a tempo standpoint and proud of our guys. It was        grabbed eight rebounds as the two teams tied with 32 boards.
difficult because we missed a lot of open looks in the first half. Our
guys stayed tough, disciplined and managed to do all the things that       “We had an excellent day at the center spot,” head coach Ed Conroy added.
                                                                           “When you combine Groselle and Wolfinger they logged all the minutes from the
we set out to do.”                                                         free-throw line. It is nice when you plans work out and Mike had an exceptional
                                                                           practice and tournament here today. It was also great to see Austin (Dahn)
Weems, who found his range in the second half, was 8-for-14 in the         knock down the three pointers today. He has been playing the best basketball
game and 5-of-7 from the three-point line. He shared team-high re-         this year and worked on many phases of his game.
bounding honors, six, with Caleb Patterson. As a unit the Bears hit
18-of-29 shots in the second half, totaling 62.1%. Missouri State hit      Neal Pitt led Maryland Eastern Shore (0-5) with 17 points. The tandem of James
7-of-11 (63.6%) from the 3-point line, in the second half, and tallied     Cotton and Kevin White added 10 points, while Lyvann Obame Obame finished
                                                                           with 10 boards.
nine in the game. The Bears improve to 3-0 on the season.
                                                                           The Bulldogs finished the game by hitting on 31-of-54 shots (57.4%), dominat-
The Bulldogs offense struggled in the first half, converting 8-of-23        ing bench play with a 24-15 edge. They established a JQH Arena record with 13
shots from the field (34.8%), however the defense shined by hold-           3-pointers. UMES was limited to 20-of-53 (37.7%) in the game. The Citadel also
ing the Bears to 30.8% (8-26) shooting. Each team was unable to            finished with an advantage in assists (22-10).
find rhythm from beyond the arc with The Citadel hitting 3-for-11
(27.3%). Meanwhile, Missouri State managed to hit 2-of-7 (27.3%)           The Citadel was hitting on all cylinders in the first half offensively, converting
                                                                           15-of-23 shots (65.2%) and shattering a previous best that was established
from 3-point range. The Bears held a slim 26-25 lead heading into
                                                                           against Charleston Southern (50%). More impressive was the Bulldogs hit
halftime coming on a Nafis Ricks free throw with 37 seconds left.           9-for-13 (69.2%) from beyond the arc that provided a 42-30 lead.

Trailing 22-14 with 5:56 remaining in the first half, a pair of Cosmo       Wolfinger was a perfect 5-of-5 from the field, scoring 15, and all points came
Morabbi free throws followed by a Wolfinger trey closed the gap to          from beyond the 3-point line. He was a dominating presence in the post with
three points for the Bulldogs in just over a minute of action.             six rebounds, all defensive. With a pair of three-point buckets Dahn moved into
                                                                           eighth place on the Bulldogs all-time list, passing Jamie Jenkins. He also dished
Missouri State held a 25-22 edge at the 1:40 mark when the Bulldogs        out three assists.
Daniel Eykyn came off a screen to knock down a three-pointer and           Pitt provided the bulk of scoring for the Hawks with 12 points along with three
knot the game inside one minute to play.                                   boards. He helped give Maryland Eastern Shore a 14-6 advantage in the paint.
                  at (8/8) West Virginia (L, 50-69)                                                                                                   vs. UVa.-Wise (W, 69-37)
Junior guard Cameron Wells had his breakout performance, on a national                                                              Cameron Wells continued his spectacular play at point guard for The Cita-
stage, with a game-high 19 point outing against eighth ranked West Vir-                                                             del, as the Bulldogs defeated UVA-Wise 69-37 on the first day of the Col-
ginia on Tuesday night. Wells, who hit 8-of-17 from the field, also dished                                                           legeInsider.com Skip Prosser Invitational. Wells scored 20 points, hitting
out four assists and forced three steals in front of a sellout crowd of 12, 345                                                     9-of-17 from the field, while center Joe Wolfinger chipped in 16 points and
at the Charleston Civic Center. Despite the performance from Wells, the                                                             six boards to move the Bulldogs to 4-3 on the season.
Mountaineers emerged with a 69-50 victory over The Citadel.
                                                                                                                                    “The great thing about Cameron is that he is coachable,” said Ed Conroy of
Fellow junior Zach Urbanus had a hot hand from 3-point range, converting                                                            Wells’ performance. “He is a player that is never satisfied and wants to get
4-of-6, ending with 12 points and tied for a team-high six rebounds. Joe                                                            better. He is someone that would be grateful for his teammates, Wolfinger,
Wolfinger rounded out double-digit scorers, 11 points, also had six boards                                                           Urbanus, Dahn and Matt Clark, because they can knock down the three and
in 37 minutes of play. The two teams were knotted with 30 rebounds in the                                                           open up the lane for him. Overall he continues to get better and a big key
post as The Citadel finished with six offensive boards.                                                                              was in the first three or four possessions when we put him in the post and
The Bulldogs (3-3) knocked down 19-of-41 attempts (46.3%), including                                                                took their guards underneath the rim.”
9-for-16 from beyond the arc.
                                                                                                                                    Freshman Ben Cherry came off the bench to score six points for The Cita-
The trio of Kevin Jones (11 points), Darryl Bryant (10 points) and Casey                                                            del, marking one of six non-starters to impact the scoring column. Cherry
Mitchell (10 points) accounted for double figures with the Mountaineers                                                              scored all six points from the 3-point line, while grabbing three boards. Fel-
(2-0). Forwards Wellington Smith, along with Jones, grabbed a game-high                                                             low freshman Mike Groselle added five points and five rebounds, giving the
eight boards. Despite being outshot by The Citadel, West Virginia managed                                                           Bulldogs a 21-4 edge in bench scoring. The backcourt of Zach Urbanus and
to hit on 29-of-63 (46.0%) attempts. The Mountaineers finished with a 35-                                                            Austin Dahn combined to score 10 points, five apiece, with Urbanus adding
14 edge in the post which led to a 13-3 differential in second chance points.                                                       six rebounds. Bryan Streeter joined Urbanus and Wolfinger as a key inside
                                                                                                                                    presence, with six caroms.
“He is really good and gives them the ability to play off the bounce,” WVU
head coach Bob Huggins said of Wells performance. “They run a great of-                                                             Individually, Wells moved into 22nd on The Citadel all-time scoring list,
fense and are so well coached he gives them someone, at the end of the                                                              passing Steve Fishel (1,068), while notching his 19th career 20-point per-
clock, that can make the shot. I really like his versatility, he not only play                                                      formance. The Bulldogs converted 23-of-55 shots (41.8%), and 5-of-18
you off the bounce but he shoots from the perimeter and can make shots                                                              (27.8%) from beyond the arc. Meanwhile, the Highland Cavaliers were held
in the post.”                                                                                                                       to 15-of-47 shooting (31.9%), converting only 2-of-12 from the 3-point
                                                                                                                                    line.
A Wells breakaway dunk at the 15:41 mark of the game that cut the lead
to 10-7 sparked a Mountaineers defense that handcuffed the Bulldogs for                                                             “I was pleased right from the very beginning with the defensive effort to-
the next 7:37. The Citadel rallied to hit three consecutive 3-point buckets,                                                        night,” Conroy added. “Our first five guys came out and established the
two from Urbanus and bank shot by Wells, slicing the lead to 27-16 with                                                             fact that we were going to work really hard on the defensive end. Our guys
6:17 remaining in the half.                                                                                                         managed to chase their shooters, making it difficult to get good looks, and
                                                                                                                                    with their spread offense we kept them out of the paint as well.”
Trailing 32-18 with 4:19 to go on the clock, Wolfinger drained a 3-pointer
that led to a 6-1 run to close out the half.                                                                                        Josh Jordan (14 points) and Pance Kecev (11 points) were the only two
                                                                                                                                    UVA-Wise players to reach double figures. Jordan, who added six rebounds
The Mountaineers held a 33-24 advantage at the break, hitting 14-of-23                                                              to his credit, hit 6-of-11 in the game in 33 minutes of play. Kecev knocked
from the field (42.4%). The Bulldogs was led offensive by Wells with a                                                               down 4-of-14 shots, only two from 3-point range, and was forced into
game-high 11 points. Urbanus and Wolfinger, both with six points, along                                                              four turnovers by the Bulldogs defense. Jordan kept the Highland Cavaliers
with Matt Clark’s late free throw accounted for the 8-of-19 (42.1%) Citadel                                                         close in the paint, with The Citadel holding a 30-20 edge.
shooting.


Official Basketball Box Score Game Totals     Final Statistics
The Citadel vs West Virginia
11/24/09 7:00 p.m. at Charleston Civic Ctr. Charleston, W.Va.

The Citadel 50 • 3-2
                                          Total  3-Ptr        Rebounds
##   Player                              FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot              PF       TP     A TO Blk Stl         Min
21   STREETER, Bryan                 f    0-0         0-0          0-0    0 0 0 3               0      0   1     0     0     14
24   DAHN, Austin                    f    1-3         0-1          0-0    0 2 2 3               2      1   2     0     0     26
00   WOLFINGER, Joe                  c    4-9         3-5          0-0    1 4 5 2              11      1   3     0     0     29
15   URBANUS, Zach                   g    4-7         4-6          0-0    1 5 6 1              12      2   2     0     0     37
22   WELLS, Cameron                  g    8-17        1-2          2-2    0 6 6 3              19      4   8     0     3     38
03   MORABBI, Cosmo                       1-2         1-1          0-0    0 2 2 0               3      0   2     0     0      9
12   DuPONT, Harrison                     0-0         0-0          0-0    0 0 0 0               0      0   0     0     0      1
20   CHERRY, Ben                          0-1         0-1          0-0    0 0 0 1               0      0   0     0     0     11
31   GROSELLE, Mike                       1-2         0-0          0-0    1 4 5 0               2      0   0     0     0     10
34   HOLSTON, Bo                          0-0         0-0          0-0    0 0 0 1               0      0   0     0     0      2
45   CLARK, Matt                          0-0         0-0          1-2    2 0 2 0               1      1   1     1     0     23
     Team                                                                 1 1 2
     Totals                              19-41      9-16           3-4    6 24 30 14           50      9 19      1     3 200
 FG % 1st Half:    8-19    42.1%    2nd half: 11-22       50.0%      Game: 19-41     46.3%                               Deadball
3FG % 1st Half:     5-8    62.5%    2nd half:  4-8        50.0%      Game: 9-16      56.3%                               Rebounds
 FT % 1st Half:     3-4    75.0%    2nd half:  0-0         0.0%      Game:  3-4      75.0%                                  1


West Virginia 69 • 2-0
                                          Total  3-Ptr        Rebounds
##   Player                              FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot              PF       TP     A TO Blk Stl         Min
01   BUTLER, Da'Sean                 f    4-11        0-3          1-3    2 2 4 2               9      2   0     1     1     35
05   JONES, Kevin                    f    5-11        1-3          0-0    4 4 8 1              11      1   0     1     1     29
35   SMITH, Wellington               f     2-5        0-2          0-0    4 4 8 1               4      3   0     1     3     26
25   BRYANT, Darryl                  g    4-10        2-4          0-1    0 1 1 2              10      5   2     0     1     26
33   MITCHELL, Casey                 g     4-8        2-6          0-0    0 0 0 1              10      1   1     0     1     24
02   THOROUGHMAN, Cam                      1-1        0-0          0-0    0 0 0 2               2      0   1     0     0      5
04   WEST, Jonnie                          1-1        1-1          0-0    0 0 0 0               3      1   0     0     0      4
20   PAYNE, Cam                            0-0        0-0          0-0    0 0 0 0               0      0   0     0     0      1
21   MAZZULLA, Joe                         1-2        0-0          0-0    0 2 2 2               2      6   0     0     1     15
30   JENNINGS, Dan                         0-1        0-0          0-0    0 1 1 0               0      0   0     0     0      5
32   PEPPER, Dalton                        2-5        1-3          0-0    1 1 2 0               5      0   0     0     1      8
41   FLOWERS, John                         5-8        1-1          2-4    2 0 2 1              13      0   0     1     1     22
     Team                                                                 1 1 2
     Totals                              29-63      8-23           3-8   14 16 30 12           69 19       4     4 10 200
 FG % 1st Half: 14-33      42.4%    2nd half: 15-30       50.0%      Game: 29-63     46.0%                               Deadball
3FG % 1st Half: 3-12       25.0%    2nd half: 5-11        45.5%      Game: 8-23      34.8%                               Rebounds
 FT % 1st Half: 2-7        28.6%    2nd half:  1-1         100.0     Game:  3-8      37.5%                                  1

Officials: Pat Driscoll, Paul Janssen, Brent Hampton
Technical fouls: The Citadel-None. West Virginia-None.
Attendance: 12348

Score by periods                   1st   2nd   Total                                    In       Off     2nd      Fast
The Citadel                        24    26      50                         Points     Paint     T/O    Chance   Break     Bench
                                                                            CIT         14        2       3        2         6
West Virginia                      33    36      69                         WVU         35       24       13       9        25

Last FG - CIT 2nd-00:41, WVU 2nd-01:00.                                                      Score tied - 0 times.
Largest lead - CIT by 1 1st-18:46, WVU by 21 2nd-01:00.                                      Lead changed - 2 times.
               ZACK BEACH
                                 Senior Guard
                                    Greenville, S.C.
                                      5-10 • 185

Scouting Report: Tremendous leader and shooter … Great asset to the program in the
locker room and on the court.

2008-09: Saw action in one contest, playing one minute against Cincinnati Christian (11/22) … Forced one steal in the 78-55
victory … perfect offensive outing against Chattanooga (1/12) with six points on 2-for-2 shooting from the field, both from
beyond the arc.

High School: Attended Wade Hampton HS, along with teammate Zach Babbitt … Named All-County and All-Region per-
former during his two years at the varsity level … Averaged 18.7 points and 4.2 three-point field goals per game … Coached
by Grant Hunter and Keith Caldwell … Sank a game-winning shot against Traveler’s West to advance to the South Carolina
state playoffs.

Personal: Full name Zack Stuart Beach … Born on February 18, 1988 in Greenville, S.C. … Son of Angie and Stuart Beach
… Father was a golfer at Greensboro College … Has a younger sister, Brittany … Second Battalion Athletic Officer and
serves on the Intramural Sports Committee at The Citadel … Named to Dean’s List on three occasions … Majoring in Busi-
ness Administration.




                                    Zack Beach’s Career Statistics
  Year      GP-GS Min/Avg   FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct        FT-FTA Pct Off-Def-Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO       Blk Stl Pts/Avg
  2008-09    1-0    1/1.0     0-1  .000   0-1  .000         0-0  .000    1-0-1    1.0 0-0   0   2        0   1      0/0.0
  TOTAL      1-0    1/1.0     0-1  .000   0-1  .000         0-0  .000    1-0-1    1.0 0-0   0   2        0   1      0/0.0




                                     Zack Beach’s “Bulldog Bites”
Favorite Magazine? Sports Illustrated
Favorite Gym, Court or place to hoop? John W. Ross Gymnasium (Wade Hampton HS)
What is your favorite place to eat? California Dreaming
What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Steve Kerr, Chicago Bulls
Who on the team makes you laugh most often? Brad Buske/John Reynolds
Is there any team NOT on The Citadel schedule that you would like to play? North Carolina
Who is somebody that inspires you and why? My dad, because of his hard work and ambition
What is your favorite Citadel class/course? Logistics with Col. Fudge or Strategic Management with Dr. Lovvorn
If you could live anyplace in the world where would it be? Greenville, S.C.
                                              JOE WOLFINGER
                                                                    Graduate Senior Center
                                                                   Portland, Oregon/University of Washington
                                                                                   7-0 • 255

                                   Scouting Report: Was granted a NCAA eligibility waiver to pursue graduate education ... Big,
                                   strong and skilled … Is hungry to make an impact for the Bulldogs and in the SoCon … Works hard
around the basket and possess the ability to stretch defenses with his shooting range.

University of Washington: Member of two “Sweet 16” teams while with the Huskies … 2008-09: Won the 2008-09 regular season Pac-10
title … Played a career-high 22 minutes against Cleveland State, recording 12 points, five rebounds and two blocks … Was a perfect 3-of-3
from the field, and 1-of-1 from beyond the 3-point line, against Montana (Dec. 28) … Had seven points in six minutes of action against Seattle
University (March 3) … Converted 2-of-2 shots, including a three-pointer, and a pair of free throws against the Redhawks … 2007-08: Ap-
peared in 25 contests including a start against 12th ranked Pittsburgh … Converted 19-of-47 (.404) three-point shots … Posted a season-
high 17 points at California (March 1), hitting 6-of-6 from the field, 4-of-4 from beyond the arc … Registered double-figures in points on four
occasions throughout the season, including a pair of 12-point performances against Stanford (Feb. 28) and Texas (Nov. 21) … 2006-07:
Suffered a stress fracture in his foot, forcing him to miss the season … Received Hec Edmundson Most Inspirational award at postseason
team ceremony … 2005-06: Utilized redshirt season.

High School: Averaged 14.2 as a senior in 2004 at Aloha (Ore.) HS before attending North Field Mount Herman Prep, where he played
under John Carroll … Earned three varsity letters in basketball … Coached by legendary Ken Yarnell … Led Aloha to the “Sweet 16” of the
Oregon state tournament for their first appearance in 15 years … Selected All-Metro League and team’s Most Valuable Player in 2004 …
Established a Aloha HS record with 19 rebounds … Participated in Northwest Shootout and Oregon All-Star games.

Personal: Full name Joseph Raymond Wolfinger … Born October 8, 1985 in Portland, Oregon … Son of Phil and Laurie Wolfinger … Brother,
Jack Wolfinger, played at St. John’s University and currently plays professionally in Cancun, Mexico … Has two older siblings: Jack and
Miranda.



                                            Joe Wolfinger’s Career Statistics
  Year       GP-GS    Min/Avg    FG-FGA     Pct   3FG-FGA    Pct    FT-FTA    Pct   Off-Def-Tot   Avg   PF-FO   Ast   TO   Blk   Stl   Pts/Avg
  2007-08     25-1    248/9.9      40-93   .430     19-47   .404      6-9    .667    16-26-42     1.7    53-3    4    15    9     2     105/4.2
  2008-09     16-0     94/5.9      14-34   .412     3-14    .214     8-14    .571     7-7-14      0.9    12-0    4     7    5     1      39/2.4
  TOTAL      96-33    342/8.3     54-127   .425     22-61   .361     14-23   .609    23-33-56     1.4    65-3    8    22   14     3     144/3.5




                                           Joe Wolfinger’s “Bulldog Bites”
Favorite Gym, Court or place to hoop? Downtown Portland, Oregon
What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks
Who on the team makes you laugh most often? Assistant Coach Andy Fox
Who is somebody that inspires you and why? My grandfather, “Spike” Beeber
What is your favorite Citadel class/course? Physical Activity Epidemiology
If you could live anyplace in the world where would it be? Greece
WOLFINGER’S 2007-08 GAME-BY  -GAME STATS
       (University of Washington)

Opponent                    Date    GS Min. FG FGA 3FG   3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A   TO   Blk   Stl Pts.
vs New Jersey Tech#         11/13       11 2 3      1      1     0    0    0.0.0  0    1    0     0    5
vs Utah#                    11/14        7   1 3    0      1     0    0    0.1.1  0    0    0     1    2
vs Eastern Washington       11/18       9    3 4    2      2     0    0    0.1.1  1    2    0     0    8
vs Texas A&M#               11/21       20 4 12 2          6     2    2    2.2.4  0    0    1     0   12
vs Syracuse#                11/23       17 2 4      1      1     0    0    3.4.7  0    2    3     0    5
vs Long Beach State         11/26       13 1 3      0      1     0    1    2.1.3  0    1    1     0    2
at Oklahoma State            12/1       11 2 6      1      1     0    0    2.1.3  0    1    0     0    5
vs Pittsburgh                12/8    * 5     2 4    1      2     0    0    1.2.3  0    0    0     0    5
vs Portland State           12/18        2   1 1    1      1     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    3
vs Cal State Northridge     12/22        2   0 1    0      1     0    0    0.1.1  0    0    0     0    0
at LSU                      12/29        9   1 3    0      2     0    0    0.2.2  0    2    0     1    2
vs Idaho State              12/31       12 1 3      0      1     2    2    0.3.3  0    0    1     0    4
at UCLA                      1/10        2   1 2    0      1     0    0    0.0.0  0    1    0     0    2
at Southern Cal              1/12        2   0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
at Arizona                   1/26       16 5 9      1      1     0    0    4.2.6  1    1    0     0   11
vs Stanford                  1/31       16 0 4      0      1     1    3    0.0.0  0    1    0     0    1
vs California                 2/2        3   0 1    0      1     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
vs Southern Cal               2/7        8   1 4    1      4     0    0    0.11   0    0    1     0    3
at Oregon                    2/14        4   0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    1     0    0
at Oregon State              2/16       10 1 3      1      3     0    0    0.2.2  0    0    0     0    3
at Stanford                  2/28       18 5 10 2          6     0    0    1.1.2  0    1    1     0   12
at California                 3/1       18 6 6      4      4     1    1    0.0.0  1    0    0     0   17
at Washington State           3/8       17 1 3      1      2     0    0    1.1.2  1    0    0     0    3
vs California%               3/12       10 0 2      0      2     0    0    0.0.0  0    2    0     0    0
vs Valparaiso^               3/19        6   0 2    0      2     0    0    0.1.1  0    0    0     0    0
Totals                               1 248 40 93 19       47     6    9 16.26.42 4    15    9     2 105

#-NIT Season Tip-Off
%-Pac-10 Tournament
^-College Basketball Invitational

WOLFINGER’S 2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME STATS
                            (University of Washington)


Opponent                    Date    GS Min. FG FGA 3FG   3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A   TO   Blk   Stl Pts.
at Portland                 11/15        9   1 2    0      0     0    0    2.1.3  0    2    0     0    2
vs Cleveland State#         11/18       22 4 7      0      2     4    5    1.4.5  2    1    2     1   12
vs Florida International#   11/20       14 1 5      0      4     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    1     0    2
vs Kansas%                  11/24        8   0 3    0      1     0    0    1.0.1  0    1    1     0    0
vs Pacific                   11/29        2   1 2    0      0     0    1    2.0.2  0    0    0     0    2
vs Texas Southern           12/06       7    1 4    1      2     0    0    0.0.0  0    1    1     0    2
vs Portland State           12/14        2   0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
vs Eastern Washington       12/20        6   1 4    0      1     0    0    0.2.2  1    0    0     0    2
vs Montana                  12/28       6    3 3    1      1     0    2    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    7
vs Morgan State             12/30        1   0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
at Oregon State              1/17        5   0 0    0      0     1    2    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    1
vs Oregon State              2/12        2   0 1    0      1     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    1
vs Oregon                    2/14        2   0 1    0      1     0    0    0.0.0  1    0    0     0    0
vs Seattle University        3/3         6   2 2    1      1     2    2    1.0.1  0    2    0     0    7
vs Stanford&                 3/12        1   0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
vs Mississippi State^       3/19        1    0 0    0      0     1    2    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    1
Totals                               0 94 14 34 3         14     8    14 7.7.14 4      7    5     1   39

#-O’Reilly Auto Parts Classic (Seattle, Washington)
%-O’Reilly Auto Parts Classic (Kansas City, Missouri)
&-Pac-10 Tournament (Los Angeles, Calif.)
^-NCAA Tournament (Portland, Ore.; Rose Garden)
                                                 ZACH BABBITT
                                                                            Junior Forward
                                                                     Greenville, S.C./North Greenville
                                                                                 6-5 • 225

                                    Scouting Report: Will spend the 2009-10 season as a redshirt, due to NCAA transfer rules
                                    ... Athletic, tough and versatile … Possesses the athletic ability to be a great rebounder and
defender for the Bulldogs.

North Greenville: 2008-09: Ranked among the top three in six statistical categories for the Crusaders, including: free throws
made (87, second); minutes played (608, third); field goals made (112, third); three-pointers made (16, third); rebounds (111,
third) and points (327, third) … Notched 15 double-digit scoring games, highlighted by a 27 point performance against Mon-
treat (1/20) … Scored 20+ points on five different occasions, including back-to-back against Trinity College (25 pts, 1/10);
Southern Wesleyan (20 pts, 2/3) … Grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds at Limestone (1/29) … Logged a season-high 34
minutes against Montreat (1/20) … Tied career-highs in assists (four) in contests against Atlantic Christian College (1/13) and
Limestone College (1/29) … 2007-08: Cracked the starting lineup on four occasions as a freshman … Established a career-
high in minutes (36) against Anderson University (11/17) … Recorded the only double-double of his career with 13 points, 12
rebounds against Warren Wilson (1/15) … Reached the double-digit plateau in points on one other instance, when scoring 10
points against Anderson University (11/17).

High School: Standout at Wade Hampton HS in Greenville, S.C. … Led the Generals to the Upper State Finals (2006-07)
… Averaged 16.5 points, 11 caroms and three assist per game … Twice recognized as All-Region performer … Named team
MVP, All-State, First Team All-County, Most Improved and as Leadership Award winner … Lettered three times in basketball
and twice in football for Wade Hampton HS … Active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Personal: Born Zachary Stephen Babbitt on August 24, 1988 … Son of Amy Atkinson and Stephen Babbitt … Pursuing a
degree in Health and Wellness … Has an older sister (Christina) and three half sisters (Gabbriel, Hope and Hannah).




                                           Zach Babbitt’s Career Statistics
  Year      GP-GS    Min/Avg    FG-FGA     Pct   3FG-FGA    Pct   FT-FTA     Pct   Off-Def-Tot   Avg   PF-FO   Ast   TO   Blk   Stl   Pts/Avg
  2007-08    25-4   405/16.2     34-90    .378      5-25   .200    14-32    .438    19-54-73     2.9    47-1   13    33    2     6      87/3.5
  2008-09   28-12   608/21.7    112-241   .465     16-63   .254   87-120    .725    27-84-111    4.0    68-1   39    50    8    17    327/11.7
  TOTAL     53-16   1013/19.1   146-331   .441     21-88   .239   101-152   .664   46-138-184    3.5   115-2   52    83   10    23     414/7.8


                                          Zach Babbitt’s “Bulldog Bites”
Favorite Magazine? Sports Illustrated or ESPN The Magazine
Favorite Gym, Court or place to hoop? BILO Center (Greenville, S.C.) for Upstate Finals
What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers
Who on the team makes you laugh most often? Brad Buske and Daniel Eykyn
Who is somebody that inspires you and why? My mom, for raising my sister and I by herself, never giving up and making sure
that we had everything that we wanted to give us the best life possible.
If you could live anyplace in the world where would it be? A tropic island with clear water, nice beaches and great golf.
     BABBITT’S 2007-08 GAME-BY  -GAME STATS
               (North Greenville)

Opponent                     Date   GS Min. FG FGA 3FG     3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A     TO   Blk   Stl Pts.
vs Limestone College        11/15       15 1 2      1        1     0    0    1.0.1  0      3    0     0    3
vs Anderson University      11/17       36 4 11 0            4     2    5    2.2.4  2      1    0     0   10
at King College             11/19    * 22 1 4       0        2     0    0    0.2.2  0      2    0     1    2
vs Erskine College          11/27       19 3 4      0        1     1    2    1.1.2  1      0    0     0    7
at Warren Wilson            11/29       17 4 6      0        0     0    0    1.4.5  0      1    0     0    8
at Mars Hill                 12/8       12 2 3      0        0     1    5    1.2.3  0      0    0     0    5
at Anderson University      12/11        6   0 0    0        0     1    2    0.2.2  0      1    0     0    1
at Carson-Newman            12/13        7   0 2    0        1     4    6    0.0.0  0      1    0     0    4
at Florida Christian College 1/5        20 3 7      0        1     0    1    0.2.2  2      3    0     2    6
at Flagler College            1/7       10 0 2      0        1     0    0    1.1.2  1      2    0     1    0
vs Morris College            1/12       14 1 6      1        2     0    0    1.4.5  0      1    1     0    3
vs Warren Wilson             1/15       33 4 11 1            2     4    6   5.7.12 1       2    0     0   13
vs Allen University          1/19    * 28 0 8       0        1     1    2    3.3.6  2      4    0     0    1
vs Belmont Abbey             1/22    * 28 0 2       0        1     0    0    0.6.6  1      2    1     1    0
vs Brevard College           1/26    * 26 4 7       0        1     0    1    1.5.6  0      2    0     0    8
vs Atlanta Christian College 1/29       15 2 3      0        1     0    0    1.2.3  1      0    0     0    4
vs Lincoln Memorial          1/30       5    0 0    0        0     0    0    0.0.0  0      2    0     0    0
vs Flagler College            2/4        5   1 2    0        1     0    0    1.0.1  0      0    0     0    2
vs Carson-Newman              2/6       10 0 1      0        1     0    0    0.1.1  1      1    0     0    0
vs Livingstone College        2/9       8    0 0    0        0     0    0    0.0.0  0      0    0     0    0
at Brevard College           2/13       11 0 1      0        1     0    0    0.0.0  0      1    0     0    0
at Allen University          2/16        6   0 0    0        0     0    0    0.3.3  1      0    0     0    0
at Morris College            2/18       11 1 1      0        0     0    0    0.0.0  0      1    0     0    2
vs Mars Hill                 2/23       24 1 2      1        1     0    2    0.3.3  0      0    0     0    3
vs Carver Bible College      2/27       17 2 5      1        2     0    0    0.4.4  0      3    0     1    5
Totals                              4 405    34 90   5      25    14   32 19.54.73 13     33   2     6    87


     BABBITT’S 2008-09 GAME-BY  -GAME STATS
               (North Greenville)

Opponent                 Date       GS   Min. FG FGA 3FG   3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A     TO   Blk   Stl Pts.
vs Limestone College     11/18       *    26 4 7      0      1     3    4    1.5.6  1      4    0     0   11
at Montreat College      11/20       *    22 1 5      0      2     0     0   1.2.3  1      4    0     0    2
vs King College          11/22       *    19 4 7      0      3     0     2   1.0.1  1      0    0     1    8
at Warren Wilson         11/25       *    17 3 4      0      0     3     4   2.1.3  1      0    0     0    9
vs Mars Hill              12/3            16 1 5      0      2     2     4   0.3.3  2      2    0     1    4
at Erskine College         1/3            27 9 14 3          4     3     3   1.4.5  2      1    2     0   24
at Reinhardt College       1/6            17 4 9      0      2     4     6   3.5.8  3      4    0     1   12
vs Atlanta Christian      1/13      *     33 5 8      2      4     1     1   2.6.8  4      4    0     2   13
at Florida College         1/9            30 5 12 2          4     2     6   2.2.4  2      3    0     2   14
vs Allen University       1/15      *     18 0 6      0      3     2     2   2.2.4  0      1    0     1    2
vs Erskine College        1/17      *     21 2 11 0          3     2     2   2.3.5  1      2    0     0    6
vs Montreat               1/20      *     34 8 14 4          7     7     8   1.4.5  3      4    2     1   27
at Morris College         1/22      *     27 4 11 0          1     2     2   1.3.4  0      2    0     0   10
vs Brevard College        1/24      *     14 2 8      0      3     2     3   1.1.2  0      2    0     1    6
vs Warren Wilson          1/27            24 6 11 1          3     5     6   1.1.2  0      0    1     1   18
at Limestone College      1/29      *     29 3 11 1          5     1     3  1.9.10 4       2    2     0    8
at Trinity College        1/10            22 11 15 2         5     1     2   1.5.6  2      3    0     0   25
vs Southern Wesleyan       2/3            19 7 9      0      1     6     8   2.0.2  2      2    0     2   20
at Livingstone College     2/5            15 2 2      0      0     4     4   0.0.0  1      3    0     1    8
vs Morris College          2/7            14 1 5      0      0     5     6   0.0.3  1      3    0     0    7
vs Belmont Abbey           2/9      *     19 4 6      0      0     3     5   0.2.2  1      0    1     1   11
at Brevard College        2/11            17 1 4      0      1     3     4   0.4.4  2      3    0     0    5
vs Knoxville College      2/14            21 6 9      0      1     3     3   0.3.3  0      0    0     0   15
at Mars Hill              2/21            23 6 9      0      1     5     6   1.1.2  1      5    0     1   17
vs Reinhardt College      2/23            12 1 8      0      0     0     0   0.1.1  0      1    0     0    2
vs Pensacola Christian     3/9            22 5 11 1          2     9    10   0.5.5  3      2    0     1   20
vs Emmanuel College       3/10            20 5 10 0          3     7    12   1.4.5  0      0    0     0   17
at Allen University       1/31            30 2 10 0          2     2     4   0.5.5  1      3    0     0    6
Totals                              12 608 112 241   16     63    87   120 27.84.111 39   60   8     17   327
                                                     MATT CLARK
                                                                             Junior Forward
                                                                                     Evans, Ga.
                                                                                      6-8 • 220

                                    Scouting Report: Matt had a solid freshman year. The versatile Clark is still growing into this
                                    body and has added over 10 pounds during the summer.

2008-09: Came off the bench and scored 37 points … Grabbed six boards in a season-high 19 minutes of action at Charleston
Southern (11/25).

2007-2008: Saw a significant amount of playing time … Played in all 30 games, starting 12 … Played 523 minutes, averaging
17.4 minutes per game … Recorded double-digit scoring in five games … Recorded a season-high 17 points against Elon
(1/3) … Shot .590 percent from the field … A .590 overall field goal percentage would have placed him third in the SoCon if
he had the necessary attempts … Scored in 27 games … Recorded 149 points, averaging 5.0 per game … Shot .357 per-
cent from the 3-point line and .652 percent from the free throw line … In SoCon play, shot .778 percent from the foul line …
Recorded a season-high nine rebounds against Elon (1/3) … Recorded 96 rebounds and 13 assists … Recorded 17 steals
and four blocks.

High School: A 2007 graduate of Evans High School … Lettered in basketball and received All-County, All-Area and All-
Region honors … Averaged 15 points and 12 rebounds per game … Played in the Georgia vs. South Carolina All-Star game
… Team went 20-0 at home, longest winning streak in county history … Played for coach Kevin Kenny.

Personal: Full name is Matthew Clark … Son of Opal and Roger Clark … Born Nov. 22, 1988 … Majoring in business ad-
ministration.



                                              Matt Clark’s Career Statistics
  Year      GP-GS    Min/Avg    FG-FGA      Pct   3FG-FGA     Pct   FT-FTA     Pct   Off-Def-Tot   Avg   PF-FO   Ast   TO   Blk   Stl    Pts/Avg
  2007-08   30-12    523/17.4    62-105    .590     10-28    .357    15-23    .652    49-47-96     3.2    76-5   13    26    4    17      149/5.0
  2008-09    26-0     171/6.6     13-39    .333      9-27    .333     2-7     .286    14-15-29     1.1    17-0    4    10    0     2       37/1.4
  TOTAL     56-12   694/12.4    75-144    .521     19-55    .345    17-30    .567    63-62-125     2.2   93-5    17    36    4    19    186/3.3




                                    Matt Clark’s “Bulldog Bites”
Favorite Magazine? Sports Illustrated
What is your favorite place to eat? In-N-Out Burger
What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Mike Miller, Washington Wizards
Who on the team makes you laugh most often? Zach Urbanus
Who is somebody that inspires you and why? My dad because he is one my best friends and helps me through
everything.
What is your favorite Citadel class/course? Management and Organizational Behavior
         CLARK’S 2007-08 GAME-BY-GAME STATS
Opponent                   Date    GS Min. FG FGA 3FG     3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A   TO   Blk   Stl Pts.
vs Daniel Webster           11/9       15 6 7      0        0     1    2    3.2.5  0    1    0     1   13
at South Carolina          11/12       10 1 1      0        0     0    0    0.2.2  0    0    0     0    2
vs Southern Cal            11/15       20 2 6      0        3     1    2    3.3.6  1    4    0     2    5
at Penn                    11/20    * 27 4 6       3        3     1    2    3.3.6  1    3    0     1   12
vs Webber International    11/24    * 25 5 5       1        1     0    0    5.2.7  3    2    0     1   11
vs Charleston Southern     11/26    * 22 1 2       0        0     1    2    1.3.4  1    3    1     0    3
at Chattanooga             12/01    * 19 2 5       0        2     0    0    2.4.6  1    0    0     0    4
at Davidson                12/13    * 12 1 1       0        0     0    0    0.0.0  0    1    0     0    2
vs Atlanta Christian       12/15    * 16 5 7       0        0     4    6    3.0.3  1    0    0     3   14
vs Washington State        12/20    * 20 1 3       0        0     0    0    1.3.4  1    0    0     1    2
vs Cornell College (IA)    12/31    * 20 1 2       0        0     0    0    3.3.6  0    0    0     0    2
vs Elon                      1/3    * 26 7 11 0             1     3    4    7.2.9  0    1    0     1   17
vs Appalachian State        1/5     * 20 2 5       1        3     2    2    1.2.3  0    2    1     1    7
at UNC Greensboro            1/7    * 21 1 3       0        1     0    0    1.1.2  0    0    1     0    2
vs Georgia Southern         1/12        4   0 0    0        0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
vs College of Charleston    1/14       14 3 5      0        0     0    0    3.1.4  0    0    0     1    6
vs Wofford                  1/19       13 1 2      1        1     0    0    1.2.3  0    2    0     0    3
vs Davidson                 1/24       17 3 4      0        0     2    2    2.1.3  0    0    0     1    8
vs UNC Greensboro           1/26       14 1 1      0        0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    2
at Furman                   1/30       10 0 0      0        0     0    0    0.1.1  0    1    0     0    0
at College of Charleston     2/4        4   1 1    0        0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    2
at Appalachian State         2/9       24 1 3      1        2     0    0    0.1.1  0    0    0     3    3
at Elon                     2/11       20 0 4      0        3     0    0    1.1.2  2    0    0     0    0
vs Western Carolina         2/14       19 1 3      0        1     0    1    2.1.3  0    1    1     1    2
vs Chattanooga              2/16       18 1 3      0        2     0    0    1.1.2  0    0    0     0    2
at Georgia Southern         2/20       17 1 1      0        0     0    0    2.1.3  0    2    0     0    2
at Western Carolina         2/23       22 2 3      0        1     0    0    1.1.2  1    1    0     0    4
vs Furman                   2/28       12 2 4      1        2     0    0    0.1.1  0    1    0     0    5
at Wofford                   3/1       18 4 5      1        1     0    0    2.3.5  1    0    0     0    9
vs College of Charleston     3/7       24 2 2      1        1     0    0    1.2.3  0    1    0     0    5
Totals                             12 523   62 105   10    28    15   23 49.47.96 13   26    4    17   149

         CLARK’S 2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

Opponent                Date       GS Min. FG FGA 3FG     3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A   TO   Blk   Stl Pts.
vs Grace Bible          11/14           6   1 2    1        2     1    2    1.0.1  0    1    0     0    4
at Virginia Commonwealth11/16           2   0 1    0        1     0    0    0.0.0  0    1    0     0    0
vs Iowa                 11/20           6   1 1    1        1     0    0    0.0.0  0    2    0     0    3
vs Cincinnati Christian 11/22          10 1 3      1        3     0    2    1.0.1  0    0    0     0    3
at Charleston Southern 11/25            8   2 2    1        1     0    1    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    5
vs Central Arkansas     11/29          19 0 3      0        2     0    0    2.4.6  2    0    0     0    0
vs Grambling            11/30          14 1 4      1        3     0    0    1.1.2  1    1    0     0    3
at UNC Greensboro        12/4          15 1 5      0        1     0    0    3.1.4  0    1    0     1    2
at Elon                  12/6           7   0 5    0        4     0    0    1.1.2  0    0    0     0    0
at Michigan State       12/17          16 2 2      1        1     0    0    1.1.2  0    1    0     0    5
at South Carolina       12/20          10 0 2      0        1     0    0    0.0.0  0    1    0     0    0
vs Georgia Southern       1/8           0   0 0    0        0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
vs Davidson              1/10           1   0 1    0        1     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
vs Chattanooga           1/12          10 2 2      2        2     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    6
at Furman                1/15          14 2 2      1        1     0    0    1.2.3  0    0    0     1    5
at Wofford               1/17           5   0 0    0        0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
vs Western Carolina      1/22           1   0 0    0        0     0    0    0.2.2  0    0    0     0    0
at Samford               1/26           5   0 0    0        0     0    0    1.0.1  0    0    0     0    0
vs UNC Greensboro        1/31           8   0 1    0        0     1    2    2.0.2  0    0    0     0    1
at Appalachian State      2/5           5   0 2    0        2     0    0    0.0.0  1    0    0     0    0
vs Appalachian State     2/12           2   0 1    0        1     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
at Davidson              2/18           3   0 0    0        0     0    0    0.1.1  0    1    0     0    0
vs Furman                2/26           2   0 0    0        0     0    0    0.1.1  0    1    0     0    0
at Georgia Southern       3/2           2   0 0    0        0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
vs Samford                3/7           0   0 0    0        0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
at Old Dominion          3/19           0   0 0    0        0     0    0    0.1.1  0    0    0     0    0
Totals                              0 171 13 39 9          27     2    7 14.15.29 4    10    0     2   37
                                                         AUSTIN DAHN
                                                                                  Junior Guard
                                                                                         Columbus, Ohio
                                                                                            6-4 • 200

                                        Scouting Report: The long distance shooter from Ohio had a stellar freshman campaign. He worked hard on
                                        his entire game and added 10 pounds of muscle in the offseason.

2008-09: Earned a starting nod in 28 of 33 games played … Reached double figures in points on nine occasions, including a season-high 17 at Michi-
gan State (12/17) … Notched back-to-back double-digit scoring performances on four occasions, the last coming against SoCon opposition Western
Carolina (10 pts., 2/7) and Appalachian State (11 pts., 2/12) … One of six players on the roster to appear in all 33 contests … Connected on 32.7%
(52-159) of his shots from three-point range, finishing second on the team behind Urbanus … His 74 made field goals placed him fourth on the team …
Season-high in rebounds, seven, came in the home opener against Grace Bible College (11/14) … Begins the 2009-10 season ranked eighth among
all-time Citadel players in three-pointers field goals in a career (131) … Needs one 3-pointer to tie Jamie Jenkins (1995-98), 17 in order to tie teammate
Zach Urbanus.

2007-2008: Made a huge impact in his freshman year … Named to the SoCon Coaches All-Freshman Team … Started in all 30 of the 30 games played
… Played 955 minutes, averaging 31.8 minutes per game … Finished sixth in the conference in minutes played in conference games and ninth in the
conference in overall minutes played … Was second on the team in free throw percentage, shooting .773 percent from the line … Shot .742 percent
from the foul line in conference play ... Was second on the team in points, scoring 361 points, averaging 12.0 points per game … Averaged 13.0 points
per game in SoCon play ... Recorded double-digit scoring in 22 of 30 games on the season … Scored a career-high 26 points against Chattanooga
(2/16) … Finished 16th in the conference in overall scoring and 13th in conference play … Shot .382 percent from the field and .397 percent from the
3-point line …Shot .398 percent from the field and .420 percent from the 3-point line in conference play … Was ranked 64th in the nation in 3-point field
goal percentage and 81st in the nation in three-point field goals per game ... Recorded the most 3-pointers ever made in a season by a freshman at
The Citadel with 79 … Holds the No. 4 spot in school history in 3-pointers made in a season with 79 on the season … Finished 13th in the conference
in overall 3-point field goal percentage and ninth in conference play … Ranked second in school history in most 3-pointers made in a game with eight
against Chattanooga (2/16) … Led all SoCon freshmen in 3-point field goals made with 79 … Was third in the conference in 3-point field goals made in
conference play and fifth in overall 3-point field goals made … Recorded a season-high eight rebounds against Penn (11/20) … Was the leading scorer
in nine games … Scored in 28 games … Recorded a season-high four assists against Daniel Webster (11/9).

High School: Attended prep school at Fork Union Military Academy in Fork Union, Va. … A 2006 graduate of Worthington Kilbourne in Columbus, Ohio
… Named the DQ Player of the week, earned All-Conference, All-District and All-State honors … Averaged 16.0 points and 7.0 rebounds per game
… Played for coach Tom Souder.

Personal: Full name Austin Tyler Dahn … Son of Stephanie Green and Chuck Dahn … Father played basketball at Miami of Ohio from 1980-1984
... Uncles, Rich Dahn, played baseball at Ohio State and Billy Dahn is a three-time IronMan finisher … Born Aug. 19, 1987 … Majoring in Psychology.




                                                Austin Dahn’s Career Statistics
   Year       GP-GS           g
                        Min/Avg    FG-FGA      Pct   3FG-FGA      Pct   FT-FTA     Pct    Off-Def-Tot     g
                                                                                                        Avg   PF-FO   Ast   TO    Blk   Stl   Pts/Avgg
   2007-08    30-30    955/31.8    124-325    .382    79-199     .397    34-44    .773     11-73-84     2.8    56-0   36    60     3    20    361/12.0
   2008-09    33-28    803/24.3     74-227    .326    52-159     .327    23-30    .767     14-49-63     1.9    67-0   40    51     3    11     223/6.8
   TOTAL      63-58    1758/28.0   198-552    .359    131-358    .366    57-74    .770    25-122-147    2.3   123-0   76    111    6    31     584/9.3

                                              Austin Dahn’s “Bulldog Bites”
Favorite Magazine? Men’s Health
What is your favorite place to eat? Chipolte
What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
Who is somebody that inspires you and why? My brother, Ryan, who is in the Navy because there is no greater honor than service for our
country.
         DAHN’S 2007-08 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

Opponent                   Date    GS   Min. FG FGA 3FG   3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A TO    Blk   Stl Pts.
vs Daniel Webster           11/9    *    23 7 12 4          8     2    2    1.3.4   4  1    0     0   20
at South Carolina          11/12    *    27 3 16 1          7     1     1   1.2.3   0  6    0     1    8
vs Southern Cal            11/15    *    37 4 13 2          6     0     1   0.1.0   1  2    0     2   10
at Penn                    11/20    *    29 6 10 4          5     2     2   2.6.8   1  2    0     0   18
vs Webber International    11/24    *    30 1 14 0          6     0    0    0.3.3  0  4     0     0    2
vs Charleston Southern     11/26    *    35 3 7      2      6     3    4    0.5.5   2  2    0     1   11
at Chattanooga             12/01    *    38 4 12 2          9     3     4   0.5.5   3  1    0     0   13
at Davidson                12/13    *    34 6 13 5          7     0     0   0.3.3   2  2    1     1   17
vs Atlanta Christian       12/15    *    28 3 11 0          6     0    0    1.2.3  1  2     0     1    6
vs Washington State        12/20    *    20 0 4      0      2     0    0    0.0.0  0  4     0     0    0
vs Cornell College (IA)    12/31    *    28 4 7      2      4     0     0   0.1.1   1  0    0     0   10
vs Elon                      1/3    *    25 4 11 1          3     1     2   0.4.4   1  3    0     1   10
vs Appalachian State        1/5     *    29 1 8      0      4     0    0    2.3.5  1  4     0     0    2
at UNC Greensboro            1/7    *    31 6 8      5      7     2     2   0.2.2   0  2    0     0   19
vs Georgia Southern         1/12    *    25 3 13 0          5     0    0    1.1.2  0  4     0     1    6
vs College of Charleston    1/14    *    35 3 11 2          5     2    2    1.5.6  1  1     0     3   10
vs Wofford                  1/19    *    27 4 8      4      7     4     4   0.1.1   1  2    0     1   16
vs Davidson                 1/24    *    36 6 10 3          6     4    5    0.1.1   1  1    0     2   19
vs UNC Greensboro           1/26    *    34 4 9      4      5     5     8   0.7.7   1  2    1     1   17
at Furman                   1/30    *    35 5 10 4          6     0     0   0.0.0   0  0    0     0   14
at College of Charleston     2/4    *    42 4 12 3          8     0    0    0.2.2   1  1    0     1   11
at Appalachian State         2/9    *    34 6 12 3          5     1    2    1.5.6   1  0    0     0   16
at Elon                     2/11    *    34 6 10 2          4     0     0   0.1.1   0  0    0     0   14
vs Western Carolina         2/14    *    38 4 15 4         14     0    0    0.2.2   3  0    0     1   12
vs Chattanooga              2/16    *    35 9 16 8         14     0     0   1.3.4   2  6    0     3   26
at Georgia Southern         2/20    *    36 5 10 3          8     0    0    0.0.0   3  2    0     0   13
at Western Carolina         2/23    *    35 0 8      0      7     0     0   0.0.0   3  0    0     0    0
vs Furman                   2/28    *    34 5 16 5         13     1     2   0.1.1   2  2    0     0   16
at Wofford                   3/1    *    33 3 9      2      6     0     0   0.1.1   0  2    0     0    8
vs College of Charleston    3/7     *    35 5 10 4          6     3    3    0.3.3  0  2     1     0   17
Totals                             30   955 124 325 79     199   34    44 11.73.84 36 60    3    20 361
        DAHN’S 2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

Opponent                 Date      GS   Min. FG FGA 3FG   3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A TO    Blk   Stl   Pts.
vs Grace Bible           11/14      *   24 3 8       2      6     1    2    2.5.7  0  2     0    0       9
at Virginia Commonwealth11/16       *   27 4 10 3           5     2    2    0.2.2  0  3     0     1     13
vs Iowa                  11/20      *   18 0 2       0      2     0     0   0.1.1   0  0    0     0      0
vs Cincinnati Christian 11/22           13 0 4       0      3     1    2    0.0.0  0  0     0    0       1
at Charleston Southern 11/25             9    2 4    2      3     0     0   0.1.1   0  0    0     0      6
vs Central Arkansas      11/29          25 2 6       0      3     4    6    1.1.2  0  0     0    0       8
vs Grambling             11/30          17 3 7       3      5     0    0    0.1.1  0  0     0    0       9
at UNC Greensboro         12/4      *    27 4 8      2       5    0     0   0.2.2   0  0    0     0     10
at Elon                   12/6      *   31 6 10 2            5    0     0   0.1.1   1  3    0     0     14
vs UC-Davis              12/15      *   20 2 8       1       6    0     0   1.0.1   1  1    1     0      5
at Michigan State        12/17      *   30 6 15 5          10     0    0    1.3.4  1  4     0    1      17
at South Carolina        12/20      *   27 3 6       2      5     2     4   0.2.2   1  4    0     2     10
vs Bethune-Cookman         1/3      *   33 2 6       2      6     0     0   2.0.2   2  1    0     0      6
vs Georgia Southern        1/8      *   33 4 10 1           6     0    0    1.4.5  0  5     0    2       9
vs Davidson               1/10      *   25 3 7       1      2     0    0    0.1.1   2  3    0     0      7
vs Chattanooga            1/12      *   31 2 11 2           8     0    0    0.0.0   4  2    0     1      6
at Furman                 1/15      *   31 0 5       0      3     4     4   0.2.2   1  5    0     0      4
at Wofford                1/17      *    16 1 6      1       4    0     0   1.1.2   0  0    0     0      3
vs Western Carolina       1/22      *   16 0 1       0      0     1    2    0.0.0   4  2    0     1      1
vs College of Charleston 1/24       *   24 2 7       2      5     0    0    0.0.0  1  1     0    0       6
at Samford                1/26      *   28 4 10 4           10    0     0   1.1.2   4  3    0     0     12
vs Elon                   1/29      *   25 4 10 3           5     0     0   1.2.3   0  2    0     0     11
vs UNC Greensboro         1/31      *   23 1 8       1       7    0     0   0.2.2   1  0    0     0      3
at Appalachian State       2/5      *   25 0 6       0      2     0    0    0.2.2   2  0    0     0      0
at Western Carolina        2/7      *   25 2 4       2      4     4     4   0.3.3   1  0    0     1     10
vs Appalachian State      2/12      *   37 3 9       3      6     2    2    0.1.1  1  1     1    0      11
at College of Charleston 2/14       *   22 1 2       1      2     2    2    0.0.0  2  2     0     0      5
at Davidson               2/18      *   27 1 7       1      6     0     0   1.2.3   3  2    0     0      3
vs Furman                 2/26      *   18 2 9       0      6     0     0   2.2.4   3  1    0     0      4
vs Wofford                2/28      *   20 1 6       1      6     0     0   0.1.1   0  2    0     1      3
at Georgia Southern        3/2      *   21 3 6       2      5     0     0   0.2.2   3  1    0     0      8
vs Samford                 3/7      *   31 2 7       2      6     0     0   0.2.2   0  1    0     0      6
at Old Dominion           3/19      *   24 1 2       1      2     0    0    0.2.2  2  0     1     1      3
Totals                             28   803 74 227 52      159   23    30 14.49.63 40 51    3    11    223
                                                 DANIEL EYKYN
                                                                  Junior Guard/Forward
                                                                                  Charleston, S.C.
                                                                                     6-4 • 215

                               Scouting Report: Daniel is a hometown favorite. He was a key contributor for the Bulldogs
                               with his toughness and versatility. He worked hard on his shooting this summer and is one of
the most improved players heading into the 2008-09 season.

2008-09: Started in 10 games throughout the season, including a streak of eight straight contests … Logged a season-high
29 minutes of action in consecutive games against Cincinnati Christian (11/22) and Charleston Southern (11/25) … Converted
3-of-8 field goals, hitting 3-for-7 from three-point range, en route to a 13-point, five rebound performance against Grace Bible
College (11/14) … Established a new career-high for most 3-point baskets in a season (14) … Sank 83.3% (10-12) of op-
portunities from the free-throw line.

2007-2008: Played in 30 games, starting in 14 … Played 528 minutes, averaging 16.6 minutes per game … Led the team in
free throw percentage, shooting .800 percent at the line … Shot .441 percent from the field and .333 percent from the 3-point
line … Scored 72 points, averaging 2.4 per game … Recorded 68 rebounds and 19 assists … Scored a season-high 12 points
against Daniel Webster (11/9) … Recorded double-digit scoring in two games … Recorded a season-high seven rebounds
against Atlanta Christian (12/15).

High School: A 2007 graduate of Bishop England High School … Lettered three years in basketball … Named to All-Low-
country First Team, earned All-State and All-Region player of the year honors … Averaged 16.2 points and 8.0 rebounds
per game … Named to North-South All-Star game … Played AAU for the Port City Soldiers who finished fifth at nationals …
Played for coach Jeff Dibatisto.

Personal: Full name is Daniel Louis Eykyn … Son of Andrea and Mike Eykyn … Father played football at The Citadel … Born
March 28, 1989 … Majoring in business administration.




                                           Daniel Eykyn’s Career Statistics
  Year      GP-GS    Min/Avg    FG-FGA     Pct   3FG-FGA    Pct   FT-FTA    Pct     Off-Def-Tot   Avg   PF-FO   Ast   TO   Blk   Stl   Pts/Avg
  2007-08   30-14    528/17.6    26-59    .441      8-24   .333    12-15   .800      32-36-68     2.3    54-2   19    14    3     6      72/2.4
  2008-09   25-10    259/10.4    21-61    .344     14-45   .311    10-12   .833      10-11-21     0.8    19-0   10    13    0     8      66/2.6
  TOTAL     55-24    787/14.3    47-120   .392     22-69   .319    22-27   .815      42-47-89     1.6    73-2   29    27    3    14     138/2.5




                                          Daniel Eykyn’s “Bulldog Bites”
Favorite Magazine? Sports Illustrated
What is your favorite place to eat? Arby’s
What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Brian Scalabrine, Boston Celtics
Who is somebody that inspires you and why? My father
What is your favorite Citadel class/course? Marksmanship
         EYKYN’S 2007-08 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

Opponent                   Date    GS Min. FG FGA 3FG    3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A   TO   Blk   Stl   Pts.
vs Daniel Webster           11/9      19 4 9       2       6     2    2    1.3.4  2    1    0    3      12
at South Carolina          11/12      12 0 1       0       1     0    0    0.0.0  0    1    0    0       0
vs Southern Cal            11/15       1    0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    1    0    0       0
at Penn                    11/20       1    0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0    0       0
vs Webber International    11/24      10 0 1       0       0     1    2    1.2.3  1    0    0    0       1
vs Charleston Southern     11/26       3    0 0    0       0     0    0    0.1.1  0    1    0    0       0
at Chattanooga             12/01      21 0 0       0       0     0    0    3.1.4  0    1    0    0       0
at Davidson                12/13      21 2 4       2       3     0    0    2.3.5  2    1    0    0       6
vs Atlanta Christian       12/15      19 3 4       1       2     3    4    2.5.7  1    1    0    0      10
vs Washington State        12/20      19 1 3       1       1     0    0    0.2.2  0    0    0    1       3
vs Cornell College (IA)    12/31      19 1 1       0       0     2    2    1.1.2  2    0    0    0       4
vs Elon                      1/3      14 0 3       0       0     0    0    0.0.0  1    0    0    0       0
vs Appalachian State        1/5       17 0 3       0       3     2    2    0.0.0  0    0    0    0       2
at UNC Greensboro            1/7      15 0 2       0       2     0    0    1.0.1  0    2    0    0       0
vs Georgia Southern         1/12       5    0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    1    0    0       0
vs College of Charleston    1/14       2    0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0    1       0
vs Wofford                  1/19    * 19 2 2       0       0     0    0    1.1.2  0    0    1    0       4
vs Davidson                 1/24    * 22 0 0       0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0    1       0
vs UNC Greensboro           1/26    * 23 2 4       0       0     1    2    3.0.3  1    0    0    0       5
at Furman                   1/30    * 17 0 1       0       0     0    0    0.1.1  0    1    0    0       0
at College of Charleston     2/4    * 28 0 0       0       0     0    0    3.2.5  0    0    1    0       0
at Appalachian State         2/9    * 23 1 1       1       1     0    0    2.2.4  1    1    0    0       3
at Elon                     2/11    * 33 1 6       0       3     0    0    1.3.4  2    0    0    0       2
vs Western Carolina         2/14    * 23 4 4       0       0     0    0    0.0.0  1    0    0    0       8
vs Chattanooga              2/16    * 24 0 1       0       0     0    0    4.0.4  1    0    0    0       0
at Georgia Southern         2/20    * 26 1 1       0       0     0    0    3.1.4  2    1    0    0       2
at Western Carolina         2/23    * 13 0 1       0       0     0    0    0.3.3  0    0    0    0       0
vs Furman                   2/28    * 22 1 2       1       1     0    0    0.1.1  1    0    1    0       3
at Wofford                   3/1    * 23 0 1       0       1     0    0    1.3.4  0    1    0    0       0
vs College of Charleston     3/7    * 34 3 4       0       0     1    1    3.1.4  1    0    0    0       7
Totals                             14 528   26 59   8     24    12   15 32.36.68 19   14   3     6      72

         EYKYN’S 2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


Opponent                Date       GS Min. FG FGA 3FG    3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A   TO   Blk   Stl Pts.
vs Grace Bible          11/14          19 3 8      3       7     4    4    2.3.5  3    0    0     0   13
at Virginia Commonwealth11/16       * 22 2 6       0       4     0    0    0.1.1  1    1    0     0    4
vs Iowa                 11/20       * 21 3 5       1       3     1    1    0.2.2  0    3    0     0    8
vs Cincinnati Christian 11/22       * 29 3 7       2       4     0    0    1.0.1  1    0    0     2    8
at Charleston Southern 11/25        * 29 1 6       1       2     2    2    0.2.2  3    1    0     1    5
vs Central Arkansas     11/29       * 11 1 4       1       4     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    3
vs Grambling            11/30       * 24 2 6       1       4     1    2    0.0.0  1    2    0     0    6
at UNC Greensboro        12/4       * 21 0 4       0       2     0    0    2.0.2  0    1    0     0    0
at Elon                  12/6       * 20 1 5       1       4     0    0    2.1.3  0    0    0     1    3
vs UC-Davis             12/15          8    1 4    0       3     0    0    0.1.1  0    0    0     2    2
at Michigan State       12/17       * 2     0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
at South Carolina       12/20       * 14 1 1       1       1     0    0    2.0.2  0    1    0     0    3
vs Bethune-Cookman        1/3           8   0 0    0       0     0    0    0.1.1  0    1    0     1    0
vs Georgia Southern      1/8           0    0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
vs Davidson              1/10           2   0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
vs Chattanooga           1/12           3   0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  1    1    0     0    0
at Wofford               1/17          13 3 5      3       5     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    9
vs Western Carolina      1/22           7   0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    1    0     1    0
at Samford               1/26           1   0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    1    0     0    0
vs Elon                  1/29           1   0 0    0       0     0    1    1.0.1  0    0    0     0    0
vs Furman                2/26           1   0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
vs Wofford               2/28           2   0 0    0       0     2    2    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    2
at Georgia Southern       3/2           1   0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
vs Samford                3/7           0   0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
at Old Dominion          3/19           0   0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
Totals                             10 259   21 61   14    45    10   12 10.11.21 10   13   0     8      66
                                            PHILLIP PANDAK
                                                                      Sophomore Forward
                                                                                     Richmond, Va.
                                                                                        6-7 • 200

                                     Scouting Report: Phil was an offensive spark for the Bulldogs last season with his long
                                     distance shooting.

2008-09: Limited to 11 games after appearing in 28 contests last season … Bulk of action for the season came against UC-
Davis (12/15), when he played 20 minutes … Netted three points on 1-of-2 shooting from beyond the arc and grabbed two
boards against Michigan State (12/17).

2007-2008: Saw a significant amount of playing time as a freshman … Played in 28 games, starting three … Played 279 min-
utes, averaging 10.0 minutes per game … Was the leading scorer against Daniel Webster (11/9) … Ranked fourth in school
history in 3-point field goals in a game with six against Daniel Webster (11/9) ... Recorded double-digit scoring in three games
… Recorded a season-high 24 points against Daniel Webster (11/9) … Shot .366 percent from the field and .326 percent
from the 3-point line … Shot .500 percent from the free throw line … Scored 104 points, averaging 3.7 per game … Scored
in nine games … Recorded a season-high six rebounds against Daniel Webster (11/9) … Earned a season-high three assists
against Daniel Webster (11/9) and a season-high two steals against South Carolina (11/12) … Recorded 39 rebounds and
nine assists … Recorded nine steals.

High School: Played at Fork Union Military Academy in 2007… A 2006 graduate of St. Christopher’s School … Played
basketball and baseball in high school … Earned All-Conference, All-State, All-Tournament honors … Averaged 17 points, 7
rebounds and 3 assists a game … Played for coach Fletcher Arritt and Chris Brown.

Personal: Full name is Phillip Michael Pandak … Son of Jenni and Michael Pandak ...Father played basketball at Randolph
Macon, mother played basketball at the University of Richmond, grandfather played basketball and baseball at University of
Virginia … Two younger siblings: Nicole (16) and Christopher (14) … Is a Human Affairs Corporal in Charlie Company … Born
April 21, 1988 … Majoring in business administration.



                                            Phillip Pandak’s Career Statistics
  Year       GP-GS    Min/Avg    FG-FGA      Pct   3FG-FGA    Pct   FT-FTA    Pct     Off-Def-Tot   Avg   PF-FO   Ast   TO   Blk   Stl   Pts/Avg
  2007-08     28-3    279/10.0    37-101    .366     28-86   .326     2-4     .500     8-31-39      1.4    22-0    9     5    1     9     104/3.7
  2008-09     11-0     45/4.1       1-6     .167      1-4    .250     2-2    1.000       1-2-3      1.4     4-0    2     1    0     2       5/0.5
  TOTAL       39-3     279/7.2    38-107    .355     29-90   .322     4-6     .667     9-33-42      1.1    26-0   11     6    1    11     109/2.8

                                           Phillip Pandak’s “Bulldog Bites”
Favorite Magazine? Sports Illustrated
Favorite Gym, Court or place to hoop? Anywhere with hoops
Who on the team makes you laugh most often? Brad Buske
Is there any team NOT on The Citadel schedule that you would like to play? University of Virginia
Who is somebody that inspires you and why? My parents
If you could live anyplace in the world where would it be? Outer Banks of North Carolina
                                                       JOHN REYNOLDS
                                                                                              Junior Guard
                                                                                                 Hattiesburg, Miss.
                                                                                                      6-0 • 170
                                            Scouting Report: John is among the most vocal on the Bulldog roster. He did an outstanding job leading the
                                            scout team in practice last season.

2008-09: Served the role of a reserve in eight games during the season … Logged minutes against seven SoCon opponents.

2007-2008: Saw a limited amount of playing time his freshman year … Played in 11 games … Played 16 minutes, averaging 1.5 minutes per game …
His best outing was against Wofford (3/1), where he scored three points … Shot .667 percent from the field … Recorded five points, averaging 0.5 per
game … Recorded one rebound and two assists.

High School: A 2007 graduate of Oak Grove High School in Hattiesburg, Miss. … Lettered three years in basketball … Earned All-District 5-5A honors
… Was a two-year team captain and was named team offensive MVP … Averaged 14.0 points and 4.0 assists per game his senior season … Played
for coach Van Jones.

Personal: Full name is John Condy Reynolds … Son of Betsy and Phillip Reynolds … Brother, James Reynolds, played football for The Citadel from
2001-2005 … Born Oct. 6, 1988 … Majoring in physical education/sport management.


                                                       John Reynolds’ Career Statistics
  Year       GP-GS     Min/Avg        FG-FGA          Pct     3FG-FGA      Pct    FT-FTA       Pct   Off-Def-Tot    Avg    PF-FO     Ast   TO   Blk   Stl   Pts/Avg
  2007-08     11-0      16/1.5          2-3          .667       1-1       1.000     0-2       .000      1-0-1       0.1     2-0       9     5    1     9       5/0.5
  2008-09      8-0       6/0.8          0-1          .000       0-0        .000     0-2       .000      0-0-0       0.0     0-0       0     1    0     0       0/0.0
  TOTAL       19-0      22/1.6          2-4          .500       1-1       1.000     0-2       .000      1-0-1       0.1     2-0       9     6    1     9       5/0.3

                                                     John Reynolds’“Bulldog Bites”
Favorite Gym, Court or place to hoop? Colonial Center (South Carolina)
What is your favorite place to eat? Mama Kim’s
What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Isiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons
Is there any team NOT on The Citadel schedule that you would like to play? Duke
What is your favorite Citadel class/course? Sport Management
If you could live anyplace in the world where would it be? Charleston, S.C.
                               REYNOLDS’ 2007-08 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


                          Opponent                   Date    GS Min. FG FGA 3FG   3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A   TO   Blk   Stl Pts.
                          vs Daniel Webster           11/9       3    0 0    0      0     0    2    0.0.0  0    1    0     0    0
                          vs Atlanta Christian       12/15       2    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
                          vs Washington State        12/20       1    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
                          at UNC Greensboro            1/7       1    0 1    0      0     0    0    0.1.1  0    0    0     0    0
                          vs Georgia Southern         1/12       2    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  1    0    0     0    0
                          vs College of Charleston    1/14       1    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
                          vs Davidson                 1/24       1    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  1    0    0     0    0
                          at Georgia Southern         2/20       1    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
                          vs Furman                   2/28       1    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
                          at Wofford                   3/1       1    1 1    1      1     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    3
                          vs College of Charleston     3/7       2    1 1    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    2
                          Totals                              0 16 2 3       1      1     0    2    1.0.1  2    1    0     0    5


                               REYNOLDS’ 2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME STATS


                          Opponent                   Date    GS Min. FG FGA 3FG   3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A   TO   Blk   Stl Pts.
                          vs Cincinnati Christian    11/22       1    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
                          vs Georgia Southern         1/8        0    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
                          vs Western Carolina         1/22       1    0 0    0      0     0    2    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
                          at Samford                  1/26       1    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
                          vs Furman                   2/26       2    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    1    0     0    0
                          at Georgia Southern          3/2       1    0 1    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
                          vs Samford                   3/7       0    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
                          at Old Dominion             3/19       0    0 0    0      0     0    0    0.0.0  0    0    0     0    0
                          Totals                                 6    0 1    0      0     0    2    0.0.0  0    1    0     0    0
                                            BRYAN STREETER
                                                                     Redshirt Junior Forward
                                                                                 Jacksonville, N.C.
                                                                                     6-6 • 230

                                 Scouting Report: Streeter is an athletic and energetic frontcourt player. During his fresh-
                                 man season, he was beginning to show signs of an elite defender. He should make a tremen-
dous impact in the frontcourt during the 2008-09 season.

2008-09: Valuable reserve for Ed Conroy’s bench, scoring 126 points and pulling down 96 caroms in 33 games played …
Shot 57.3% (55-96) from the field on the season … Began SoCon play in dramatic fashion with a 15 point, five rebound, three
steal performance against Georgia Southern … Against the Eagles, Streeter hit 5-6 from the field and 5-10 from the charity
stripe … Established a new career-high in rebounds, nine, at Furman (1/15).

2007-2008: Redshirted.

2006-2007: Played in all 30 games, starting in 19 games … Played 533 minutes, averaging 17.8 minutes per game … Shot
.500 percent from the field … Recorded 93 rebounds, averaging 3.1 boards per game … Recorded 114 points, averaging
3.8 points per game … Recorded a season-high 12 points against Georgia Southern (2/19) … Scored in double-digits in two
games … Dished a season-high two assists in two games … Recorded a season-high eight rebounds in two games … Scored
in 21 out of 30 games.

High School: Graduated from White Oak High School in 2006 ... Lettered in basketball for four years and track for one year ...
Named All-Area Player of the Year ... Played in the North Carolina/South Carolina All-Star Game ... Named All-State Second
Team ... Was an East/West All-Star Select Team member ... Averaged 21.7 points and 11 rebounds ... His AAU team, the N.C.
Gators, won the 2005 state AAU championship … Played for Greg Grantham.

Personal: Full name is Bryan Raysean Streeter... Son of Janette and Matthew Streeter ... Born on Feb. 11, 1988 in Twenty-
Nine Palms, Calif. … Majoring in sports management.


                                             Bryan Streeter’s Career Statistics
   Year      GP-GS     Min/Avg    FG-FGA      Pct   3FG-FGA    Pct   FT-FTA    Pct   Off-Def-Tot   Avg   PF-FO   Ast   TO   Blk   Stl   Pts/Avg
   2006-07   30-19    533/17.8     50-100    .500     1-8     .125    13-33   .394    42-51-93     3.1    49-1    9    22    2     9     114/3.8
   2008-09    33-0    471/14.3      55-96    .573     0-1     .000    16-44   .364    32-59-91     2.8    53-0   11    24    6    17     126/3.8
   TOTAL     63-19    1004/15.4   105-196    .536     1-9     .111    29-77   .377   74-110-184    2.9   102-1   20    46    8    26     250/4.0



                                            Bryan Streeter’s “Bulldog Bites”
Favorite Gym, Court or place to hoop? Camp Lejune Military Base gym
What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Kevin Garnett, Boston Celtics
Who on the team makes you laugh most often? Austin Dahn
Is there any team NOT on The Citadel schedule that you would like to play? UNC Wilmington
Who is somebody that inspires you and why? My older brother Brandon. He plays professional basketball in Brazil and his work ethic in the weight
room and passion for the game makes me want to be as successful.
If you could live anyplace in the world where would it be? Sydney, Australia
STREETER’S 2006-07 GAME-BY-GAME
Opponent                   Date    GS Min. FG FGA 3FG   3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A    TO   Blk   Stl Pts.
vs Ohio Valley             11/10       22 3 6      0      1     0    0    3.5.8  1     2    0     0    6
at Michigan State          11/12        9   0 1    0      0     0    0    0.2.2  0     0    0     0    0
vs Iowa                    11/13       13 0 2      0      0     0    0    0.1.1  0     0    1     0    0
at Charleston Southern     11/16        9   0 3    0      1     0    1    0.1.1  0     0    0     2    0
at Notre Dame              11/19       15 0 2      0      0     0     0   0.3.3  2     1    0     0    0
at Southern Cal            11/21       13 1 4      0      0     2    2    1.0.1  0     2    0     0    4
vs Asbury                  11/24       10 1 2      0      0     0    0    1.0.1  1     0    0     0    2
vs South Carolina          11/27        9   1 3    0      0     0    0    1.1.2  0     0    0     0    2
vs Army                     12/2       15 0 2      0      0     0    0    1.1.2  0     0    0     0    0
vs Appalachian State        12/4    * 13 2 2       1      1     0    0    0.4.4  0     1    0     1    5
at Western Carolina        12/18    * 25 4 4       0      0     1    2    1.4.5  0     1    0     1    9
at West Virginia           12/20    * 23 3 6       0      0     0    0    2.1.3  0     1    0     1    6
vs Atlanta Christian       12/30    * 19 5 5       0      0     1    2    4.4.8  0     1    0     0   11
at Elon                      1/3    * 23 3 6       0      1     0     0   3.2.5  1     1    0     0    6
at Wofford                   1/6    * 27 3 7       0      1     1     4   3.3.6  2     0    0     0    7
vs College of Charleston     1/9    * 14 2 5       0      0     0    3    4.2.6  0     2    0     0    4
vs Georgia Southern         1/13    * 34 2 5       0      0     2    6    1.3.4  0     0    0     0    6
at Davidson                 1/16    * 20 2 5       0      1     0    0    0.1.1  0     1    0     1    4
vs UNC Greensboro           1/20    * 12 0 1       0      0     0     0   0.1.0  0     0    0     0    0
at Furman                   1/22    * 14 1 1       0      0     1     2   0.2.2  1     0    0     0    3
at Appalachian State        1/27    * 22 4 7       0      1     0    0    3.1.4  0     1    0     0    8
vs Western Carolina          2/3       10 1 1      0      0     0    0    1.0.1  0     2    0     0    2
vs Elon                      2/5    * 18 1 1       0      0     0     0   1.1.2  0     1    0     1    2
at Chattanooga              2/10    * 23 0 2       0      0     0     0   2.3.5  1     1    1     1    0
vs Wofford                  2/12    * 14 0 1       0      0     0     0   2.0.2  0     0    0     0    0
vs Furman                   2/17    * 24 4 5       0      0     0    3    2.2.4  0     0    0     1    8
at Georgia Southern         2/19    * 32 5 6       0      0     2    2    0.0.0  0     1    0     0   12
at College of Charleston    2/22    * 19 2 4       0      1     1    2    3.2.5  0     1    0     0    5
vs Davidson                 2/24       17 0 0      0      0     2    4    1.1.2  0     1    0     0    2
vs Georgia Southern         2/28    * 15 0 1       0      0     0    0    2.02   0     1    0     0    0
Totals                             19 533 50 100 1        8    13    33 42.51.93 9    22    2     9 114

STREETER’S 2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME

Opponent                 Date      GS Min. FG FGA 3FG   3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A    TO   Blk   Stl Pts.
vs Grace Bible           11/14         16 1 3      0      0     0    0    1.2.3  0     0    1     0    2
at Virginia Commonwealth11/16           9   1 4    0      0     0     0   1.3.4  0     1    0     0    2
vs Iowa                  11/20          5   1 1    0      0     0     0   1.0.1   0    0    0     0    2
vs Cincinnati Christian 11/22          11 0 0      0      0     0    0    1.0.1  0     0    1     0    0
at Charleston Southern 11/25            7   0 0    0      0     0     0   0.1.1  0     0    0     0    0
vs Central Arkansas      11/29          4   0 2    0      0     0    0    1.2.3  0     1    0     0    0
vs Grambling             11/30         12 2 2      0      0     0    0    1.1.2  0     0    2     0    4
at UNC Greensboro         12/4         14 3 5      0      0     2     3   2.2.4   0    2    0     0    8
at Elon                   12/6         11 1 2      0      0     0     2   1.0.1   0    0    0     0    2
vs UC-Davis              12/15         16 3 4      0      0     1     2   1.2.3   0    1    0     1    7
at Michigan State        12/17         10 5 7      0      0     0     1   4.0.4  0     0    0     1   10
at South Carolina        12/20         17 4 7      0      0     1     2   4.1.5   0    1    0     0    9
vs Bethune-Cookman         1/3         12 3 3      0      0     1     1   0.2.2  0     0    0     2    7
vs Georgia Southern        1/8         14 5 6      0      0     5    10   1.4.5  0     1    0     3   15
vs Davidson               1/10         14 1 3      0      0     0     0   1.3.4  0     0    1     1    2
vs Chattanooga            1/12         18 1 3      0      0     1     2   2.2.4  0     0    0     1    3
at Furman                 1/15         26 0 1      0      0     0     2   1.8.9   0    2    1     1    0
at Wofford                1/17         14 0 1      0      0     1     2   0.1.1   3    2    0     0    1
vs Western Carolina       1/22         15 3 3      0      0     1     3   0.1.1  0     3    0     4    7
vs College of Charleston 1/24          21 3 5      0      0     0    2    1.0.1  1     1    0     0    6
at Samford                1/26         10 0 1      0      0     0     0   0.1.1   0    0    0     0    0
vs Elon                   1/29         11 2 3      0      0     0     0   1.3.4   1    2    0     1    4
vs UNC Greensboro         1/31         23 2 3      0      0     0     2   1.1.2   0    0    0     0    4
at Appalachian State       2/5         15 3 5      0      0     0     0   1.3.4  1     2    0     0    6
at Western Carolina        2/7         19 2 4      0      0     0     2   0.1.1  0     0    0     0    4
vs Appalachian State      2/12         11 1 3      0      0     0    2    1.1.2  0     2    0     0    2
at College of Charleston 2/14          16 1 2      0      0     0     0   0.2.2  1     1    0     0    2
at Davidson               2/18         19 1 1      0      0     0     0   0.3.3  2     1    0     0    2
vs Furman                 2/26         15 1 3      0      0     1     2   3.2.5  1     0    0     0    3
vs Wofford                2/28         13 1 2      0      0     1     2   0.2.2   0    0    0     1    3
at Georgia Southern        3/2         21 3 4      0      0     1     2   0.2.2  1     1    0     0    7
vs Samford                 3/7         13 1 2      0      1     0     0   0.1.1   0    0    0     0    2
at Old Dominion           3/19         19 0 1      0      0     0     0   1.2.3  0     0    0     1    0
Totals                              0 471 55 96 0         1    16    44 32.59.91 11   24    6    17 126
                                                       ZACH URBANUS
                                                                                     Junior Guard
                                                                                            Austin, Texas
                                                                                              6-2 • 170

                                       Scouting Report: Zach is one of the premiere shooters in the Southern Conference. Zach has added strength in the
                                       offseason and he will continue to develop as a vocal leader for the Bulldogs. Recognized as 37th among the top-50
shooters in NCAA DI by Fox Sports (Oct. 12).

2008-09: Ranked among the top three in eight statistical categories for The Citadel last season: (first-minutes, 3-point FGM, 3-point FG%; second-assists;
third-points, FGM, FGA, points per game) … Knocked down 9-15 from the floor, 6-12 from 3-point range, to tie a career-high in points (24) against Chatta-
nooga (1/12) … Established the career-high against the Moccasins (12/01) when he hit 7-for-15 from the field, 7-14 from the beyond the arc, a season prior …
Eclipsed the 20-point plateau on three occasions throughout the season: Chattanooga (1/12); Furman (1/15); UNC Greensboro (1/31) … Posted a trio of seven
rebound performances, tying a career-high, against Cincinnati Christian (11/22); College of Charleston (2/14) and Georgia Southern (3/2) … Enters the season
in sixth place on the Bulldogs all-time list of career 3-pointers made (148) … Needs 12 three-pointers to move into a fifth place tie with Dante Terry (2003-06)
and Donny McLendon (2004-07) … Maintains a second place ranking for career 3-point field goal percentage (44.2%).

2007-2008: Made a significant impact as a freshman guard … Played and started in all 30 games … Led the team in minutes played, playing 1,059 minutes,
averaging 35.3 minutes per game … Averaged 36.0 minutes per game in conference play … Was first in the conference in overall minutes … Was fourth in
the team in scoring, recording 311 points, averaging 10.4 per game … Averaged 11.4 points per game in SoCon play … Was 20th in the SoCon in scoring in
conference play … Recorded double-digit scoring in 13 games … Recorded a season-high 24 points against Chattanooga (12/1) … Was fourth in free throw
percentage, shooting .714 percent from behind the line … Shot .806 percent from the free throw line in conference play … Went 8-for-8 from the foul line
against Wofford (1/19) … Was second on the team in 3-point field goals, shooting .442 percent from behind the arc … Shot .444 percent from behind the arc
in SoCon play … Finished fourth in the SoCon in overall 3-point field goal percentage and fifth in conference play … Led all SoCon freshmen in 3-point field
goal percentage and second in 3-point field goals made … Finished sixth in the conference in overall 3-point field goals made and in conference play … Was
the leading scorer in five games … Recorded 98 rebounds, second on the team … Recorded a season-high eight rebounds against Georgia Southern (2/20)
… Recorded a season-high seven assists against Wofford (1/19) … Second in assists, dishing 87 … Had an assist in every game but two … Finished ninth in
the conference in overall assists and eight in assists in conference play … Earned a season-high three steals in five games, earning third on the team in steals
with 34 … Finished 15th in the conference in overall steals.

High School: A 2007 graduate of Sam Bowie High School … Lettered four years in basketball … Tabbed honorable mention All-District, Second Team, First
Team All-District, and First Team All-Region honors … Averaged 15 points per game in his senior season … A member of back-to-back district championship
teams his junior and senior seasons … Played for coach Celester Collier.

Personal: Full name is Zachary Cole Urbanus … Son of Kim and Andrew Urbanus … Cousin, Christopher Urbanus, played football at SMU … Born March
10, 1989 … Majoring in sport management.




                                                  Zach Urbanus’ Career Statistics
   Year       GP-GS      Min/Avg     FG-FGA      Pct   3FG-FGA      Pct    FT-FTA     Pct   Off-Def-Tot   Avg    PF-FO    Ast   TO    Blk   Stl    Pts/Avg
   2007-08    30-30     1059/35.3    104-284    .366    73-165     .442     30-42    .714    15-83-98     3.3     44-0    87    71     3    34     311/10.4
   2008-09    33-29     1143/34.6    108-245    .441    75-170     .441     40-54    .741   15-94-109     3.3     46-0    97    52     0    22     331/10.0
   TOTAL      63-59     2202/35.0    212-529    .401    148-335    .442     70-96    .729   30-177-207    3.3     90-0    184   123    3    56     642/10.2

                                               Zach Urbanus’ “Bulldog Bites”
Favorite Magazine? Slam
Favorite Gym, Court or place to hoop? Capistramo Park (Austin, Texas)
What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns
Is there any team NOT on The Citadel schedule that you would like to play? Texas
Who is somebody that inspires you and why? My parents because they taught me to be happy and still work hard.
What is your favorite Citadel class/course? Sports Governance
      URBANUS’ 2007-08 GAME-BY-GAME STATS
Opponent                   Date    GS Min. FG FGA 3FG   3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A TO     Blk   Stl   Pts.
vs Daniel Webster           11/9    * 25 2 5        2     3     1     2   2.4.6   5  0     0     1      7
at South Carolina          11/12    * 29 0 6        0      5    0     0   2.4.6   2  4     0     1      0
vs Southern Cal            11/15    * 38 3 7        2      6    1     3   0.0.0   2  4     1     3      9
at Penn                    11/20    * 37 3 8        1      4    2     3   1.0.1   2  4     0     1      9
vs Webber International    11/24    * 31 3 9       3      5     0    0    1.1.2  3  0      0    2       9
vs Charleston Southern     11/26    * 36 8 10 5           6     0    0    1.2.3   1  2     0     1     21
at Chattanooga             12/01    * 35 7 15 7           14    3     6   0.2.2   5  3     1     3     24
at Davidson                12/13    * 37 2 7        1     2     4     4   0.0.0   2  5     0     0      9
vs Atlanta Christian       12/15    * 34 0 8       0      4     1     2   0.3.3   3  4     0     3      1
vs Washington State        12/20    * 38 5 11 4           6     0    0    0.3.3   2  0     0     0     14
vs Cornell College (IA)    12/31    * 37 4 12 3           6     0     1   0.3.3   0  1     0     3     11
vs Elon                      1/3    * 39 7 16 4            9    0     0   2.3.5   6  0     0     3     18
vs Appalachian State         1/5    * 38 4 12 4           8     0    0    0.6.6   3  3     0     0     12
at UNC Greensboro            1/7    * 35 3 8        2      4    0     1   0.3.3   0  4     0     0      8
vs Georgia Southern         1/12    * 37 2 10 2           5     0     0   1.0.1   3  2     0     2      6
vs College of Charleston    1/14    * 37 0 9       0      4     0     0   0.1.1   4  0     0     1      0
vs Wofford                  1/19    * 35 2 10 1            3    8     8   0.3.3   7  1     0     1     13
vs Davidson                 1/24    * 35 2 7        0     3     0     0   0.1.1   5  6     0     0      4
vs UNC Greensboro           1/26    * 33 3 4        2      3    0     0   0.3.3   1  3     1     1      8
at Furman                   1/30    * 37 2 6        2      4    0     0   0.6.6   5  3     0     1      6
at College of Charleston     2/4    * 35 2 9        2     5     0     0   0.3.3   3  1     0     0      6
at Appalachian State         2/9    * 43 6 15 4           9     0     0   0.3.3   1  2     0     0     16
at Elon                     2/11    * 26 2 7        1      3    1     1   1.4.5   1  5     0     0      6
vs Western Carolina         2/14    * 38 4 10 3           7     0     0   1.6.7   4  1     0     1     11
vs Chattanooga              2/16    * 35 4 10 3           8     0     0   1.3.4   5  2     0     0     11
at Georgia Southern         2/20    * 37 5 13 2           5     3     5   1.7.8   2  3     0     1     15
at Western Carolina         2/23    * 37 7 13 5           10    4     4   0.2.2   1  2     0     0     23
vs Furman                   2/28    * 36 3 5        2      4    0     0   0.4.4   3  1     0     2      8
at Wofford                   3/1    * 32 8 13 5            7    2     2   1.1.2   4  2     0     1     23
vs College of Charleston     3/7    * 34 1 9       1      3     0     0   0.2.2   2  3     0     2      3
Totals                             30 1059 104 284 73    165   30    42 15.83.98 87 71     3    34    311

      URBANUS’ 2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

Opponent                 Date      GS Min. FG FGA 3FG   3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A TO     Blk   Stl   Pts.
vs Grace Bible           11/14      * 35 5 9       3      7     0    0    2.1.3   4  2     0    1      13
at Virginia Commonwealth11/16          35 2 3      1      2     3    3    1.0.1   3  3     0     0      8
vs Iowa                  11/20      * 35 1 4       1      3     0     0   0.1.1    0  1    0     0      3
vs Cincinnati Christian 11/22          31 4 7      3      5     3    3    0.7.7   4  2     0    1      14
at Charleston Southern 11/25           26 2 3      1      2     3    4    0.3.3    4  1    0     0      8
vs Central Arkansas      11/29         27 1 8      1      6     0    2    0.3.3   0  0     0    0       3
vs Grambling             11/30      * 35 5 9       5      8     0    0    0.5.5   3  3     0    1      15
at UNC Greensboro         12/4      * 33 1 3        0     1     3     6   0.5.5    2  1    0     0      5
at Elon                   12/6      * 37 2 8        2     7     0     0   0.4.4    1  1    0     1      6
vs UC-Davis              12/15      * 29 2 4        1     3     0     0   1.2.3    2  0    0     0      5
at Michigan State        12/17      * 29 1 4       1      4     0    0    0.1.1    5  3    0     0      3
at South Carolina        12/20      * 36 1 7       1      5     0     0   2.3.5    4  3    0     2      3
vs Bethune-Cookman         1/3      * 34 3 8       1      6     0     0   1.3.4    3  2    0     1      7
vs Georgia Southern        1/8      * 36 2 8       2      6     3    4    1.4.5    5  1    0     1      9
vs Davidson               1/10      * 37 4 9       1      2     1    2    0.2.2    3  3    0     1      9
vs Chattanooga            1/12      * 31 9 15 6          12     0    0    0.6.6    3  0    0     0     24
at Furman                 1/15      * 40 6 8        4     5     4     4   0.3.3    6  0    0     0     20
at Wofford                1/17      * 35 2 7        1     4     0     0   0.1.1    4  0    0     1      5
vs Western Carolina       1/22      * 36 5 7       3      4     3    3    0.1.1    4  0    0     2     16
vs College of Charleston 1/24       * 37 2 6       2      3     0    0    2.1.3   5  2     0     1      6
at Samford                1/26      * 33 6 9        4     6     0     0   0.1.1    3  2    0     0     16
vs Elon                   1/29      * 32 3 6       1      2     0     0   0.0.0    2  0    0     0      7
vs UNC Greensboro         1/31      * 38 3 6        1     2     0     0   0.1.1    4  1    0     0     20
at Appalachian State       2/5      * 35 5 14 4           9     6    6    0.3.3   4   3    0     1     13
at Western Carolina        2/7      * 34 4 6       3      4     2     2   0.4.4    2  6    0     1      6
vs Appalachian State      2/12      * 44 2 7       2      5     0    2    0.2.2   2  0     0    2      14
at College of Charleston 2/14       * 36 5 11 4           8     0    0    3.4.7    0  1    0     1      9
at Davidson               2/18      * 36 3 9       2      7     3     4   0.5.5    2  1    0     0     11
vs Furman                 2/26      * 36 3 7       3      4     2     2   0.3.3    1  3    0     3     11
vs Wofford                2/28      * 35 3 7       2      5     0     0   1.1.2    4  2    0     1      8
at Georgia Southern        3/2      * 34 3 5       3      4     0     0   0.7.7    2  1    0     0      9
vs Samford                 3/7      * 38 5 10 3           8     1     3   1.4.5    2  0    0     0     14
at Old Dominion           3/19      * 38 4 12 2           9     0    0    0.3.3    4  4    0     0     10
Totals                             29 1143 108 245 75    170   40    54 15.94.109 97 52    0    22    331
                                              CAMERON WELLS
                                                                                     Junior Guard
                                                                                           Houston, Texas
                                                                                             6-1 • 195

                                         Scouting Report: Cameron enjoyed a record setting freshman campaign. Cameron creates mismatches with his
                                         strength, ability to penetrate, and versatility. He looks to continue his assault on The Citadel record books after a
                                         great summer.

2008-09: Named CollegeInsider.com Southern Conference Most Valuable Player ... Selected to SoCon Coaches All-Conference Team ... Recognized as
SoCon Media All-Conference Second Team and NABC All-District 22 First Team ... Upper echelon performer for Ed Conroy’s team, ranking in the top two of
eight categories (first-steals, assists, FGM, FGA; second-points, minutes, points per game, defensive rebounds) … Notched double-figure performances in 30
of 32 games which he appeared … Established a new career-high, 30 points, in a 78-73 OT victory against Appalachian State (2/12), hitting 11-16 from the
field and a perfect 8-8 from the free-throw line … Has 100 or more assists in each of his first two seasons … Recorded a pair of double-doubles, giving him
three in his career, against Charleston Southern (26 pts., 11 rebounds; 11/25) and Grambling (10 points, 14 rebounds; 11/30) … Connected on 10-of-18 shots
(at Furman, 1/15) and 11-of-16 shots (vs. Appalachian State, 2/12), marking the fourth time in his career that Wells has hit 10+ field goals in a single game.

2007-2008: Named SoCon Coaches Freshman of the Year … Selected to the SoCon Coaches All-Freshman Team … Named South Carolina Sports Media
Association Freshman of the Year … Selected to the SCSMA All-Freshman Team … Selected to CollegeHoops.net Mid-Major Honorable Mention All-Freshman
team … Was the first Bulldog freshman to earn Freshman of the Year honors from either the media or the coaches … Recorded the most points ever scored by
a freshman at The Citadel with 432 … Led all SoCon freshmen in overall scoring, assists, steals and defensive rebounds … Played and started in all 30 games
… Played 1,050 minutes, averaging 35.0 minutes per game … Was third in the conference in overall minutes played and first in conference play … Scored a
season-high 28 points against Wofford (3/1) … Was the leading scorer in 10 games … Recorded three double-double performances against Atlanta Christian
(12/15), Elon (2/11) and Chattanooga (2/16) … Led the team in four statistical categories: rebounds, steals, assists and points … Led the team in rebounds
with 153 boards … Recorded a season-high 11 rebounds against Elon (2/11) … Recorded a rebound in every game … Finished 19th in the conference in
overall rebounding and 15th in conference play … Finished 10th in the SoCon in overall defensive rebounds and ninth in conference play … Led the team in
steals with 49 … Earned a season-high four steals in four games … Finished fourth in the conference in overall steals and in conference play … Led the team
in assists with 115 …Recorded a season-high seven assists in four games … Finished fifth in the SoCon in overall assists and in conference play … Led the
team in points scored with 432, averaging 14.4 per game … Scored 295 points in SoCon play, averaging 14.8 per game … Finished fifth in the conference in
overall scoring and seventh in conference scoring … Recorded double-digit scoring in 24 games … Scored in every game … Shot .417 percent from the field
… Shot .301 percent from the 3-point line … Shot .653 percent from the free throw line … Dished out an assist in every game.

High School: A 2007 graduate of Bellaire High School … Lettered in basketball and tennis … Honored for All-District and All-Star MVP … Averaged 16.5 points
and 7.0 assists per game … Bellaire High School Jaycee Tournament three-time district champs … Played for coach Bruce Glover.

Personal: Full name is Cameron Louis Wells … Son of Elaine and Ronald Wells … Father played basketball at Texas Southern and brother played basketball
for Houston Baptist University … Born Sept. 23, 1988 … Majoring in health and wellness.


                                                Cameron Wells’ Career Statistics
   Year       GP-GS      Min/Avg    FG-FGA      Pct   3FG-FGA      Pct    FT-FTA     Pct    Off-Def-Tot   Avg   PF-FO    Ast   TO     Blk   Stl   Pts/Avg
   2007-08    30-30     1050/35.0   170-408    .417     28-93     .301     64-98    .653    22-131-153    5.1    81-0    115   72      6    49    432/14.4
   2008-09    33-32     1137/34.5   190-415    .458     25-79     .316    109-135   .807    26-135-161    4.9    75-1    100   88     14    45    514/15.6
   TOTAL      63-62     2187/34.7   360-823    .437    53-172     .308    173-233   .724    48-266-314    5.0   156-1    215   160    20    94    946/15.0

                                              Cameron Wells’ “Bulldog Bites”
Favorite Gym, Court or place to hoop? Front yard
What is your favorite place to eat? Jada House
What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Rodney Stuckey, Detroit Pistons; Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat
Who on the team makes you laugh most often? Zach Urbanus
Is there any team NOT on The Citadel schedule that you would like to play? UCLA
Who is somebody that inspires you and why? My dad, because of the way he handles himself.
If you could live anyplace in the world where would it be? Somewhere that it snows
          WELLS’ 2007-08 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

Opponent                   Date    GS Min.   FG FGA 3FG   3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A TO       Blk   Stl Pts.
vs Daniel Webster           11/9    * 22      6 11 3        5     2     2    2.5.7    4   2    2     2   17
at South Carolina          11/12    * 24      5 12 1        6     0     0    0.1.1    2   1    1     0   11
vs Southern Cal            11/15    * 224     1 7    1      3     0     0    1.3.4    0   3    0     0    3
at Penn                    11/20    * 35      6 18 1        2     4     7    1.2.3    5   3    0     0   17
vs Webber International    11/24    * 31      5 10 0        0     2    2     0.3.3    3  1     1     4   12
vs Charleston Southern     11/26    * 33      5 12 1        5     4    4     1.4.5    7  1     0     0   15
at Chattanooga             12/01    * 34      7 18 1        5     5     6    1.5.6    5   3    0     2   20
at Davidson                12/13    * 37      9 18 2        4     0     0    2.4.6    5   3    0     2   20
vs Atlanta Christian       12/15    * 36     10 13 2        4     4    5    1.9.10 2     3     0     1   26
vs Washington State        12/20    * 38      5 15 0        4     4    4     0.4.4    1  2     0     1   14
vs Cornell College (IA)    12/31    * 34      4 11 1        1     3     5    0.1.1    5   1    0     1   12
vs Elon                      1/3    * 33      2 11 0        2     3     4    0.2.2    3   2    0     1    7
vs Appalachian State         1/5    * 38      4 14 1        4     0    2     1.3.4    2  1     0     3    9
at UNC Greensboro            1/7    * 31       2 14 0       3     4     6    0.5.5    6   1    1     3    8
vs Georgia Southern         1/12    * 37      7 12 1        4     1    1     1.2.3    2  0     0     4   16
vs College of Charleston    1/14    * 36      4 9    0      0     1    1     1.1.2    4  4     0     1    9
vs Wofford                  1/19    * 38      6 10 1        1     0     0    1.2.3    4   2    0     0   13
vs Davidson                 1/24    * 37      6 12 0        1     1    2     1.3.4    3   4    0     0   13
vs UNC Greensboro           1/26    * 36      6 12 1        3     0     2    0.6.6    5   6    0     3   13
at Furman                   1/30    * 39       7 14 3       5     0     2    0.4.4    3   3    1     2   17
at College of Charleston     2/4    * 37      7 16 1        2     2     5    1.7.8    4   1    0     0   17
at Appalachian State         2/9    * 37      7 18 2        4     1    2     2.5.7    6   3    0     4   17
at Elon                     2/11    * 39       5 13 1       4     2     2   2.9.11    6   3    0     3   13
vs Western Carolina         2/14    * 39      6 10 1        3     3     4    0.7.7    7   4    0     1   16
vs Chattanooga              2/16    * 38      8 19 3        6     1     2 0.10.10 7       1    0     2   20
at Georgia Southern         2/20    * 34      5 16 0        3    10    13    0.3.3    2   3    0     1   20
at Western Carolina         2/23    * 39      2 11 0        5     0     1    1.6.7    2   4    0     2    4
vs Furman                   2/28    * 39      6 11 0        1     3     5    1.4.5    7   1    0     1   15
at Wofford                   3/1    * 37      12 25 0       2     4     6    1.7.8    1   2    0     1   28
vs College of Charleston     3/7    * 38      5 16 0        1     0    3     0.4.4    2  4     0     4   10
Totals                             30 1050   170 408 28    93    64    98 22.131.153 115 72    6    49 432

          WELLS’ 2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

Opponent                 Date      GS Min.   FG FGA 3FG   3FGA FT     FTA O.D.Reb. A TO       Blk   Stl   Pts.
vs Grace Bible           11/14      * 38      7 14 1        2   0      2     1.4.5    3  3     0     2     15
at Virginia Commonwealth11/16       * 29       3 8   1      3   4       4    0.4.4    2   4    0     1     11
vs Iowa                  11/20      * 38       8 13 1       4   4       5    0.4.4    1   3    1     0     21
vs Cincinnati Christian 11/22       * 22      8 13 0        3   4      4     0.3.3    1  1     1    3      20
at Charleston Southern 11/25        * 38       9 18 1       3   7       7 0.11.11 2       1    2     3     26
vs Central Arkansas      11/29      * 37      5 11 3        6   2      7     2.3.5    0  1     0    1      15
vs Grambling             11/30      * 33      4 9    2      3   0      0 1.13.14 5       2     0    0      10
at UNC Greensboro         12/4      * 30       5 11 1       2   1       2    0.9.9    3   2    1     0     12
at Elon                   12/6      * 36       6 14 0       1   1       2    2.3.5    3   4    0     1     13
vs UC-Davis              12/15      * 33       4 11 2       3   5       6    3.3.6    4   3    0     1     15
at Michigan State        12/17      * 34       5 14 0       3   4       4    1.1.2    6   5    0     5     14
at South Carolina        12/20      * 36       3 12 1       1   0       0    0.6.6    3   2    2     1      7
vs Bethune-Cookman         1/3      * 33       4 13 0       3   2       4    1.4.5    3   2    2     1     10
vs Georgia Southern        1/8      * 27       6 12 1       1   0       1    0.2.2    3   1    0     1     13
vs Davidson               1/10      * 35       9 16 1       2   6       8    3.3.6    2   6    0     3     25
vs Chattanooga            1/12      * 36       4 12 2       6   1       2    1.2.3    5   4    2     0     11
at Furman                 1/15      * 38     10 18 0        1   2       3    1.5.6    3   6    0     0     22
at Wofford                1/17      * 38       5 14 0       3   0       0    1.3.4    2   2    0     2     10
vs Western Carolina       1/22      * 25       4 8   0      1   2       4    1.2.3    5   3    0     0     10
vs College of Charleston 1/24       * 36       3 11 1       3   8      10    0.3.3    3   2    0     1     15
at Samford                1/26      * 35       9 11 2       3   0       0    1.7.8    5   2    0     3     20
vs Elon                   1/29      * 37       4 7   0      1   2       2    1.6.7    2   2    0     1     10
vs UNC Greensboro         1/31      * 37       5 10 2       2   3       4    0.6.6    3   1    1     2     15
at Appalachian State       2/5      * 35       7 14 0       0   6       6    1.3.4    4   4    0     0     20
at Western Carolina        2/7      * 32       3 9   0      2   9      10    2.1.3    2   3    0     1     15
vs Appalachian State      2/12      * 33      11 16 0       2   8      8     0.3.3    7  1     0    2      30
at College of Charleston 2/14       * 37       7 15 0       0   4       4    0.3.3    2   2    0     2     18
at Davidson               2/18      * 37       3 12 1       3   8       8    1.7.8    1   4    0     1     15
vs Furman                 2/26      * 33       4 8   0      0   0       0    0.0.0    5   1    1     1      8
vs Wofford                2/28      * 38       5 13 0       2   3       4    0.2.2    2   1    0     2     13
at Georgia Southern        3/2      * 35       6 16 0       2   8       8    1.3.4    1   5    0     3     20
vs Samford                 3/7      * 39       9 18 2       3   2       3    1.4.5    5   2    1     1     22
at Old Dominion           3/19      * 37       5 14 0       5   3       3    0.2.2    2   3    0     0     13
Totals                             32 1137   190 415 25    79  109    135 26.135.161 100 88   14    45    514
                                                       BRAD BUSKE
                                                                         Sophomore Guard
                                                                                    Angier, N.C.
                                                                                     6-2 • 190

                                      Scouting Report: Brad comes to the Bulldogs as a walk-on. He is a strong, smart player and a very
                                      good shooter.

High School: A 2008 graduate of Harnett Central High School … Lettered in basketball and baseball … Named three-time MVP of his high
school team … Awarded the WRAL Extra Effort Award his senior season … Named MVP of his baseball team … Named Best Defensive Player
in baseball … Averaged 20.0 points, 10.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game … Was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes …
Played for coach Will Gage.

Personal: Full name is Bradley Jerrell Buske ... Son of Jan and Walt Buske ... Has one sibling: Brooke (23) ... Born on Oct. 16, 1989 in Raleigh,
N.C. … Majoring in business administration.
                                           Brad Buske’s “Bulldog Bites”
Who is somebody that inspires you and why? My parents, because of their overcoming adversity and raising me to be the person that I am today.
What is your favorite Citadel class/course? Business classes
What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Rodney Stuckey, Detroit Pistons; Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat
If you could live anyplace in the world where would it be? Fiji




                                       TOM FITZPATRICK
                                                               Redshirt Freshman Forward
                                                                                    Wheaton, Ill.
                                                                                     6-8 • 200

                                      Scouting Report: Tom is a very versatile young forward with tons of potential. His wingspan is over
                                      seven feet and he is likely the best shot blocker on the roster.

High School: A 2008 graduate of Wheaton North High School … Earned four letters in basketball and one letter in golf … Earned a unanimous
All-DuPage Valley Conference honor … Earned All-Area DuPage County and was an Elgin Holiday All-Tournament Team selection in 2008 …
Averaged 10.5 points, 5.5 rebounds, 2.3 blocks and 3.4 assists … Was a member of the 2007 Illinois Regional championship team and the
2008 DVC Conference championship team … Played for coaches Jim Nazos and Marc Anderson.

Personal: Full name is Thomas Glenn Fitzpatrick ... Son of Tammy and Ron Fitzpatrick ... Has two siblings: Sarah (21) and Michael (15) …
Born on Aug. 29, 1989 in Arlington Heights, Ill. … Majoring in business administration … Chose The Citadel over Loyola (Ill.) and Northern
State.

                                       Tom Fitzpatrick’s “Bulldog Bites”
What is your favorite place to eat? Portillos (Chicago, Ill.)
What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Chris Anderson, Denver Nuggets
Who on the team makes you laugh most often? Brad Buske
Is there any team NOT on The Citadel schedule that you would like to play? Duke
If you could live anyplace in the world where would it be? Italy
              BO HOLSTON
                              Sophomore Forward
                                         Olney, Md.
                                         6-4 • 190

Scouting Report: Holston is a smooth slasher from the D.C. area. His versatility is one of
his greatest strengths. He is a very good athlete and will be able to create mismatches with
his combination of size, skill, and athleticism.

2008-09: Saw limited action in three games throughout the season … Was on the floor for four minutes of action at Virginia
Commonwealth (11/16).

High School: A 2008 graduate of Sherwood High School … Lettered two years in basketball … Was named All-County . .
. Named MVP of the Hempfield, Pa. Black Knight Tournament … Was a member of the 2007 Maryland 4A State Champion-
ship team … High school team was ranked third in the metro area … Averaged 15.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists per
game … Was a member of the National Honor Society … Played for coach Dondrell Whitmore.

Personal: Full name is Joseph Guimont Holston ... Son of Andrea and Joe Holston ... Father, Joe Holston, played basketball
at Tulane University from 1978-82 … Has two siblings: Amanda (20) and Alex (13) … Born on Sept. 9, 1990 in New Orleans,
La. … Majoring in sports management… Chose The Citadel over Tulane, Rice, American, Columbia and Farleigh Dickinson.

                                         Bo Holston’s Career Statistics
  Year      GP-GS   Min/Avg   FG-FGA    Pct   3FG-FGA     Pct     FT-FTA       Pct     Off-Def-Tot   Avg     PF-FO     Ast   TO    Blk    Stl         Pts/Avg
  2008-09    3-0     8/2.7      0-3    .000     0-1      .000       0-0       .000        0-0-0      0.0      2-0       0     1     0      0             0/0.0
  TOTAL      3-0     8/2.7      0-3    .000     0-1      .000       0-0       .000        0-0-0      0.0      2-0       0     1     0      0             0/0.0




                                                        HOLSTON’S 2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

                                                    Opponent                Date     GS Min. FG FGA 3FG    3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A    TO     Blk    Stl Pts.
                                                    vs Grace Bible          11/14        2    0 1    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0     0      0      0    0
                                                    at Virginia Commonwealth11/16        4    0 2    0       1     0    0    0.0.0  0     1      0      0    0
                                                    vs Cincinnati Christian 11/22        2    0 0    0       0     0    0    0.0.0  0     0      0      0    0
                                                    Totals                           0 8      0 3    0       1    0     0   0.0.0 0       1      0     0     0




                                                                        Bo Holston’s “Bulldog Bites”
                                                    What is your favorite place to eat? Sakura
                                                    What NBA player’s game do you think is most similar to yours? Caron Butler,
                                                    Washington Wizards
                                                    Who on the team makes you laugh most often? Cameron Wells
                                                    Is there any team NOT on The Citadel schedule that you would like to play?
                                                    Maryland
                                                    Who is somebody that inspires you and why? My parents because they raised me to
                                                    be the person that I am today.
                                                    What is your favorite Citadel class/course? Spanish 101
                                                    If you could live anyplace in the world where would it be? Hawa
                                               COSMO MORABBI
                                                                                  Sophomore Guard
                                                                                                Beverly Hills, Calif.
                                                                                                    6-2 • 190
                                         Scouting Report: Morabbi comes to Charleston by way of Beverly Hills, Calif. He is a physically mature combo
                                         guard. He has very solid fundamentals and is one of the top shooters on the Bulldog roster.

2008-09: Logged significant minutes off the bench for the Bulldogs … His six rebounds in 29 minutes in the victory over Cincinnati Christian (11/22) are
career bests … Started in three successive games against Cincinnati Christian (11/22), Charleston Southern (11/25) and Central Arkansas (11/29) … Shot
4-of-7 from the field, including 4-of-6 from three-point range, to establish career-highs in both categories at Wofford (1/17) … Tallied 10 points, on 3-for-5
shooting from the field, in a 72-63 victory over cross-town rival College of Charleston (1/24) … Dished out 27 assists on the season, highlighted by a trio of
three assist contests against Virginia Commonwealth (11/16), Iowa (11/20) and Chattanooga (1/12).

High School: Played at Summit Prep for the 2007-08 season … Graduated from Beverly Hills High School ... Lettered three years in basketball ... Named
First Team All-League ... Awarded the Sportsmanship Award for the L.A. Watts Tournament ... Averaged 28.0 points and 8.0 rebounds ... His AAU team named
to the Branch West Top 25 in the spring of 2007 and 2008 … Played for coach Luis Turcios at Beverly Hills and Amadou Koundoul at Summit Prep.

Personal: Full name is Cosmo M. Morabbi ... Son of Ali and Junko Morabbi ... Has two siblings: Ahe (27) and Roxana (25) … Born on May 26, 1989 in Los
Angeles, Calif. ... Majoring in psychology … Chose The Citadel over Miami University, Rice and Dartmouth.
                                               Cosmo Morabbi’s Career Statistics
   Year       GP-GS     Min/Avg      FG-FGA     Pct    3FG-FGA      Pct      FT-FTA       Pct       Off-Def-Tot   Avg    PF-FO      Ast   TO   Blk   Stl         Pts/Avg
   2008-09     33-4     620/18.8      49-158   .310      28-98     .286       21-25      .840        13-44-57     1.7     53-0      27    29    1     8           147/4.5
   TOTAL       33-4     620/18.8      49-158   .310      28-98     .286       21-25      .840        13-44-57     1.7     53-0      27    29    1     8           147/4.5

                                                                  MORABBI’S 2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

                                                               Opponent                 Date     GS Min. FG FGA 3FG     3FGA   FT   FTA O.D.Reb. A TO      Blk     Stl   Pts.
                                                               vs Grace Bible           11/14       19 2 6       1        4     0    0    1.0.1  1  0       0      1       5
                                                               at Virginia Commonwealth11/16        17 1 4       0        2     0    0    1.4.4  3  3       0      0       2
                                                               vs Iowa                  11/20       24 0 5       0        3     0     0   1.5.6   3  0      0      0       0
                                                               vs Cincinnati Christian 11/22      * 29 2 5       1        3     3    4    0.6.6  1  1       1      1       8
                                                               at Charleston Southern 11/25       * 19 3 6       0        2     1    1    0.0.0   0  5      0      0       7
                                                               vs Central Arkansas      11/29     * 11 1 4       0        2     0    0    1.1.2  0  0       0      0       2
                                                               vs Grambling             11/30       15 0 3       0        2     0    0    0.0.0  2  0       0      0       0
                                                               at UNC Greensboro         12/4        14 2 3      1        1     0     0   0.0.0   0  1      0      1       5
                                                               at Elon                   12/6         8   0 0    0        0     0     0   0.0.0   0  0      0      0       0
                                                               vs UC-Davis              12/15       20 3 7       1        3     2     2   2.1.3   0  1      0      1       9
                                                               at Michigan State        12/17       15 1 5       1        3     0    0    0.0.0  0  2       0      0       3
                                                               at South Carolina        12/20       17 2 10 1             7     2    2    2.2.4   0  1      0      0       7
                                                               vs Bethune-Cookman         1/3       19 2 6       1        2     2    2    0.2.2  1  0       0      0       7
                                                               vs Georgia Southern        1/8     * 16 1 6       1        3     2    2    1.2.3  0  1       0      0       5
                                                               vs Davidson               1/10        11 0 2      0        0     0    0    1.0.1  0  2       0      0       0
                                                               vs Chattanooga            1/12       16 1 6       1        4     0    0    0.2.2  3  1       0      0       3
                                                               at Furman                 1/15       16 1 4       0        2     0     0   0.0.0   0  0      0      0       2
                                                               at Wofford                1/17       22 4 7       4        6     0     0   0.3.3   0  0      0      0      12
                                                               vs Western Carolina       1/22       19 2 6       2        3     0    0    1.3.4  2  1       0      0       6
                                                               vs College of Charleston 1/24        20 3 5       2        3     2    2    0.0.0  2  0       0      0      10
                                                               at Samford                1/26       23 2 5       2        4     0     0   0.1.1   1  0      0      0       6
                                                               vs Elon                   1/29       19 1 5       1        3     0    0    0.1.1   0  3      0      0       3
                                                               vs UNC Greensboro         1/31       19 0 4       0        4     2     2   0.3.3   1  0      0      1       2
                                                               at Appalachian State       2/5       21 2 4       1        2     1    2    0.1.1  0  0       0      0       6
                                                               at Western Carolina        2/7       26 2 6       1        4     1    2    1.1.2   1  2      0      1       6
                                                               vs Appalachian State      2/12       16 2 4       2        3     0    0    0.0.0  0  1       0      0       6
                                                               at College of Charleston 2/14        25 3 7       2        6     1    2    1.2.3  1  1       0      1       9
                                                               at Davidson               2/18       19 1 3       1        3     0    0    0.1.1  1  0       0      0       3
                                                               vs Furman                 2/26       23 1 4       1        3     0    0    0.1.1  1  0       0      0       3
                                                               vs Wofford                2/28       22 2 4       0        2     2    2    0.1.1   0  0      0      0       6
                                                               at Georgia Southern        3/2       24 0 6       0        5     0    0    0.1.1  1  1       0      1       0
                                                               vs Samford                 3/7       18 1 2       0        1     0    0    0.0.0   1  0      0      0       2
                                                               at Old Dominion           3/19       18 1 4       0        3     0    0    0.1.1  1  2       0      0       2
                                                               Totals                             4 620 49 158 28        98    21    25 13.44.57 27 29      1      8     147
                   WILL KEISTLER
                                                Freshman Guard
                                                        Wilmington, N.C.
                                                           6-3 • 180

Scouting Report: Ability to play several different backcourt positions … Versatile and does little things that create opportunities for
teammates.

High School: Finished as team leader in assists, steals and rebounds … Consistent player who average 10 points, seven rebounds and six assists as a senior … Served as
Team Captain … Named to Mid-Eastern First Team All-Conference and Cape Fear Sports Report All-City First Team … Acknowledged as Honorable Mention All-Area … Con-
verted 53% of field goals as a senior, while earning recognition as All-Area leader in assists and steals … Led John T. Hoggard HS to Mid-Eastern Conference championship,
two NCHSAA “Sweet 16” appearances and a pair of 20-win seasons … Played under the direction of coach Brett Queen … Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Beta
Club and National Honor Society.

Personal: Full name is Robert William Keistler … Born on July 8, 1991 in Wilmington, N.C. … Son of Hope and Bob Keistler … Designated a major in business … Keistler’s
uncle, Hank Bowers, played basketball at Wake Forest University … Oldest of three children: Wesley and Millie.




                           BEN CHERRY
                                                Freshman Guard
                                                         Charlotte, N.C.
                                                           6-2 • 175

Scouting Report: A very good shooter and gym rat … Has a strong desire to improve and possesses many leadership skills that will
positively impact the program.

High School: Tabbed as Conference Tournament Most Valuable Player and All-Conference performer … Finished senior year by averaging 15 points, 3.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists
and 2.5 steals at Myers Park HS (Charlotte, N.C.) … Led Myers Park to NCHSAA Sectional Championship and Conference Championship during career … Played on Charlotte
Celtics AAU squad that was runner-up at the LeBron James Classic … played under head coach Rick Lewis.

Personal: Born Benjamin James Cherry on February 10, 1990 … Son of Alison and Joe Cherry … Majoring in business administration … Nephew of Citadel soccer standout
Pat Loftus … Standout basketball moment came when he hit the game-winning shot of the semifinals of the conference tournament as time expired.




               NATHAN CONLEY
                                                Freshman Guard
                                                         Vienna, W. Va.
                                                            6-2 • 190

Scouting Report: Strong and determined newcomer … Comes to The Citadel well coached after spending two years at Fork Union
Military Academy … Nathan is very competitive and his drive to succeed will be an asset to our program.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Parkersburg High School in Charleston, W.Va. where he played under Jeff Mennillo … Concluded his senior season with the best free throw
percentage … Named second team all-region performer … Conley averaged 19.4 points, 7 assist and 4 rebounds as a senior … Member of Fork Union Military Academy which
earned a Top-10 ranking … A two-sport star, earned three letters in football and basketball.

Personal: Born Nathan Joseph Conley on May 31, 1989 … Son of Ginny and Vince Conley … Enrolled as a business major … Has two younger siblings: Chelsea and Charley
… Met Shaquille O’Neal (Cleveland Cavaliers) and Tracy McGrady (Houston Rockets).
                                               HARRISON DuPONT
                                                                                       Freshman Forward
                                                                                                Midwest City, Okla.
                                                                                                    6-5 • 205
                                         Scouting Report: Talented and versatile … Is able to do a lot of different things at a high level … Has the ability to make those around
                                         him better … Tremendous student who will push himself and his teammates on and off the floor.

High School: A native of Midwest City, Oklahoma, attended Carl Albert HS … Recipient of 2007 State Tournament MVP on a team that finished 25-3 overall … Nominated to
McDonald’s All-American team … Named First Team All-State … Averaged 22.1 points and 9.3 rebounds in his final season … Amassed over 1,200 points, 700 rebounds and
150 blocks during his three-year career … Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes … Played for Jay Price, Chris Berus and Eddie Harrell … Earned three varsity letters
in basketball.

Personal: Born Harrison James DuPont on February 23, 1991 … Son of Ursula DuPont … Majoring in biology … Selected The Citadel over Stephen F. Austin, Central Arkan-
sas, Cornell and the Air Force Academy … Has a younger sibling, Sydney.




                                                           TRIPP GROOMS
                                                                                         Freshman Center
                                                                                                   Columbia, S.C.
                                                                                                     6-0 • 170

                                         Scouting Report: Tough, hard-nosed and driven … Realizes what it takes to be successful … Will push people to constantly improve
                                         their all around games.

High School: Participated in four varsity sports: football, baseball, basketball and tennis … Acknowledged as Wendy’s High School Heisman Award winner … Recipient of
Ridge View Pride Award in basketball … Despite being injured most of his senior year, averaged eight points per game on the hardwoods … Finished a solid junior year by
averaging 13 points, four assists and two steals per contest … Amassed a 37-23 record, including two Region Five 4A Championships as an upperclassmen … Member of
Spanish Club, Blazer Ambassador, National Technical Honor Society, National Art Honor Society and Student 2 Student clubs.

Personal: Full name is Richard Walter Grooms III … Born on October 2, 1990 in Clemson … Son of Debbie and Rick Grooms … Oldest of three siblings, Tiffany and Courtney
… Fondest memory was hearing his name announced among starters after suffering an ACL injury … Met head coach Mike Krzyzewski (Duke University) … Cousin of Dick
Jones, Hall of Fame member for Citadel Basketball and Baseball … Majoring in business.




                                                         MIKE GROSELLE
                                                                                         Freshman Center
                                                                                                    Plano, Texas
                                                                                                      6-8 • 230

                                         Scouting Report: Very naturally strong … Brings great size and strength to the frontcourt … Has great natural feel around the
                                         basket … Excellent hands for a post player.

High School: Finished with a 13.8 point per game average during his career at Plano West HS … Named Most Valuable Player during the course of two in-season
tournaments and a district tournament … Under head coach Anthony Morgan, received team MVP award.

Personal: Full name Michael Robert Groselle … Born on December 28, 1990 in Dallas, Texas … Son of Toni and Bob Groselle.
                 ANDREW KYLES
                                             Freshman Center
                                                      Asheville, N.C.
                                                        6-9 • 230

Scouting Report: Strong, smart and a tremendous worker … Nice touch around the basket.

High School: A native of Asheville, N.C., attended Veritus Christian Academy … Averaged 10 points and eight rebounds per game in the course of his career …
Recipient of Coaches Award … Member of cross country team for two seasons … Played for John Jordan … Earned two varsity letters in basketball.

Personal: Born Andrew Michael Kyles on January 24, 1990 … Son of Fran Kyles … Majoring in criminal justice … Selected The Citadel over Appalachian State.




                        JOE McNEELY
                                              Freshman Guard
                                                        Easley, S.C.
                                                         5-9 • 160

Scouting Report: Good ball handler and shooter … working hard to get stronger and quicker during … vocal leadership skills
will be an positive addition to the Bulldogs program.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Easley High School located in Greenville, S.C. where he played under coach Steve Beasley … Compiled a 48-11 record during his
first two years while at Easley HS … Multi-sport standout, playing basketball and football, earning a combined six varsity letters … Averaged 15 points and eight assists
per contest, while garnering two all-region and two Most Valuable Players awards … Recorded 122 tackles as a senior to be named Defensive MVP and all-county as
a senior … Played with the Carolina Celtics AAU team.

Personal: Born Joseph Harrison McNeely on November 13, 1990 … Son of Judy and Steve McNeely … One of five players on Ed Conroy’s team to hail from South
Carolina (Greenville) … McNeely has declared himself as a Psychology major … One of three children, including Ellis and Abby … Notes his most memorable moment
in basketball as being a third round matchup, in his sophomore season, against Aiken HS.




    TRISTAN TREMBLAY
                                    Freshman Forward/Center
                                               Montreal, Quebec, Canada
                                                       6-7 • 230

Scouting Report: Unbelievable work ethic both on and off the court … Strong and highly coachable young man … Possesses
the skill set to play both the post and the perimeter.

High School: Award winner for Outstanding Leadership, Mr. Champlain, Mr. Hustle and Physical Education … Over three year span led Champlain College to two
bronze and one gold in Provincial; one bronze and one silver National … Coached by John Dangelas.

Personal: Born Tristan Tremblay on July 11, 1989 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada … Son of Diane and Bernard Tremblay … Majoring in Biology.
                                                                         ED CONROY
                                                                                                  Head Coach
                                                                                                      The Citadel ‘89
                                                                                                       Fourth Year

                                              Ed Conroy enters his fourth season        was also selected to the SoCon Coaches All-Freshman Team. Conroy continued
                                              at the helm of Bulldog Basketball.        to strengthen the schedule, taking the Bulldogs on the road to South Carolina,
                                              Conroy, a 1989 Citadel alum, re-          Penn and Washington State, while hosting Southern California at home at McAli-
                                              turned to the Bulldog family in April     ster Field House.
                                              2006 as head coach for The Citadel
Basketball program, his first Division I head coaching position.                         Conroy’s emphasis on skill development was reflected in his 2007-08 team’s na-
                                                                                        tional rankings. They finished in the top-10 among NCAA Division I institutions
In 2007-08, his Bulldogs won 14 more games than the previous season, and                in three-point field goals per game, ranked eighth. The Bulldogs were ranked
finished as the most improved team in NCAA Division I. Conroy led The Citadel            34th in turnovers per game among NCAA Division I schools and led the Southern
to its longest winning streak, 11 consecutive, since the 1926-27 season. The            Conference in three-point field goals made and three-point field goal percentage
Bulldogs notched a program record 15 Southern Conference victories, under So-           in conference play.
Con Sports Media Association Coach of the Year and SoCon Coaches Coach of
the Year. This feat put Conroy in rare company, becoming the first Citadel head          Conroy returned to The Citadel after one season as an assistant coach at Coastal
coach to be named Coach of the Year by both the media and coaches since                 Carolina University under Buzz Peterson. In his first year with CCU, the Chanti-
Randy Nesbit in 1989.                                                                   cleers went 20-10 overall and 12-4 in the Big South Conference. Coastal finished
                                                                                        the season second in the Big South Conference after making their first appear-
He directed The Citadel to its second 20-win season in program history and first         ance in the Big South championship game since defeating Winthrop in 1993.
since Les Robinson (1978-79). During the history-making season, he snapped
several program marks, including a 17-game losing streak to Appalachian State           In his first year back, Conroy increased The Citadel’s strength of schedule 10-fold,
that dated back to 1993. His team defeated Davidson at Belk Arena for the first          taking the Bulldogs on the road to Iowa, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Southern
time since 1990 and swept cross-town rival College of Charleston for the first time      Cal and West Virginia, while hosting South Carolina at home at McAlister Field
since 1993. The Bulldog success led to Conroy being recognized as Skip Prosser          House. Conroy led the Bulldogs to wins over Elon and Georgia Southern, the
Man of the Year, NABC District 22 Coach of the Year and CollegeInsider.com              2006 north and south division champions, while also claiming their first January
Southern Conference Coach of the Year.                                                  conference road win in two years. The Conroy-led Bulldogs’ 300 percent improve-
                                                                                        ment in conference wins was third in the country among first-year head coaches,
His commitment to individual player development player and instruction paid divi-       while Hoop Scoop Online ranked his fall signing class No. 1 in the Southern Con-
dends for Cameron Wells, Demetrius Nelson and John Brown during 2008-09.                ference.
Wells was named CollegeInsider.com Southern Conference Most Valuable Play-
er. Additionally, he was selected to SoCon Coaches All-Conference Team and So-          Conroy joined Coastal after spending four years on Peterson’s staff at Tennes-
Con Media All-Conference Second Team. Teammate Demetrius Nelson capped                  see, the last two as an assistant. Prior to being named an assistant coach, Con-
his career as the ninth all-time leading scorer in Citadel history (1,264 pts.) and a   roy served as the Director of Basketball Operations for the Volunteers during the
spot as CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major All-American. Nelson was also named So-            2001-02 and 2002-03 seasons after holding the same position on Peterson’s staff
Con Coaches All-Conference Team Selection and SoCon Media All-Conference                at the University of Tulsa in 2000-01.
First Team Selection. Redshirt Freshman John Brown, who converted 58.8% of
his field goals, was recognized as CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshmen All-            Prior to joining Peterson’s staff at Tulsa, Conroy spent three years as the head
American and SoCon Coaches All-Freshman Team member.                                    coach at Francis Marion University in Florence, S.C. In three seasons at Francis

Conroy also puts a major emphasis on academic success, as several Bulldog
players were recognized for their academic achievements. Senior Jonathan Brick
was recognized for his 2007-08 All-Southern Conference Academic Team selec-
tion, while also being commended on his gold star honors. Brick was also recog-
nized as The Society of Cincinnati Award winner. The Society of the Cincinnati
Medal is awarded annually to the senior cadet officer who best exemplifies the
citizen-solider characteristics of Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus, a Roman farmer.
Sophomore Phillip Pandak was also acknowledged for gold star honors. Zach
Beach, Cosmo Morabbi, Tom Fitzpatrick and Matt Roberts were recognized for
Dean’s List accolades.

In 2007-08, Conroy coached two freshmen to conference honors. Freshman
guard Cameron Wells was named SoCon Coaches Freshman of the Year and
SCSMA Freshman of the Year. Wells was also selected to the SoCon Coaches
All-Freshman Team, the SCSMA All-Freshman Team and the CollegeHoops.net
Mid-Major Honorable Mention All-Freshman Team. Freshman guard Austin Dahn
Marion, Conroy recorded a 41-40 overall record. In his first season at Francis          tied for tenth in The Citadel record book for his free throw percentage in a sea-
Marion he led the Patriots to a 16-11 record, which was an improvement of 13           son (84.7 in 1988) and the No. 7 spot for free throw percentage in a career with
wins from the previous season and ranked as the biggest turnaround in NCAA             81.5. During his senior season, Conroy started all 28 games and averaged 10.1
Divisions I and II that year. Picked to finish last in the Peach Belt Conference that   points a game. He converted 103 three-point field goals in his career. As a senior,
season, the Patriots finished second. His team’s accomplishments netted Conroy          Conroy also served as team captain and held the rank of Lt. Colonel in the Corps
the 1998 conference coach of the year honors.                                          of Cadets, the highest rank achieved by a basketball player in the modern era at
                                                                                       The Citadel. After graduating from the military school in 1989 with a bachelor’s
Before taking over the head coaching reins at Francis Marion, Conroy spent three       degree in business administration, Conroy worked at IBM before earning his first
years (1994-97) as an assistant coach at Furman and one year (1993-94) at Vir-         coaching job as an assistant to Robinson at North Carolina State.
ginia Military Institute. He also spent three years (1990-93) on Les Robinson’s
North Carolina State coaching staff that also included Peterson and Al Daniel.         Conroy is the 27th head basketball coach all-time at The Citadel. He and his wife
                                                                                       Ginny have three children, Riley (13), Hunt (11) and Hannah (8).
A native of Davenport, Iowa, Conroy, 41, was recruited to play basketball for The
Citadel by Robinson in 1985 and was a three-year starter for the Bulldogs. He is


                  What They’re Saying                                                                         Coaching Honors
                 About Coach Conroy...
                                                                      SoCon Sports Media Association Coach of the Year
 “The Citadel hired the perfect coach in Ed Conroy. A former player, who
                                                                      SoCon Coaches Coach of the Year
 was a leader both on and off the basketball court during his college ca-
                                                                      Hugh Durham National Coach of the Year Finalist
 reer. I have the utmost respect for Coach Conroy, his ability to develop
 players and the other values he brought to my program will be sorely 2009 Skip Prosser Man of the Year Award winner
 missed. The future of Citadel Basketball is very bright.”            2009 NABC District 22 Coach of the Year
           ~ Buzz Peterson, Head Coach, Appalachian State             CollegeInsider.com SoCon Coach of the Year
                                                                      1998 Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year
 “Ed Conroy is uniquely qualified to be the head coach at The Citadel,
                                                                       (Francis Marion)
 and not just because he played there, though that certainly helps. Be-
 yond his background at the school, he’s got other qualities that make                                           Conroy Profile
 him head-coaching material. The three that stand out to me: He’s a hard
 worker, he’s innovative and he’s honest. The first one speaks for itself.               Hometown: Davenport, Iowa
 The second means he’s willing to think outside the box when it comes
                                                                                        Family: Wife, Ginny; Sons, Riley, Hunt; Daughter, Hannah
 to running his program. And as far as honesty, how can a coach relate
 to young people if he’s not honest? Ed embodies all the values of The                  College: The Citadel, ‘89
 Citadel.”                                                                              High School: Assumption High School
           ~ Chris Dortch, Owner/Editor
              Blue Ribbon Yearbook                                                      Playing Experience: The Citadel, 1985-89
                                                                                        Coaching Experience:
                                                                                          North Carolina State University, 1990-1993, Asst. Coach
 “I had the opportunity to play for Coach Conroy while at N.C. State
 when he was hired by Coach Robinson as an assistant. You could tell                      Virginia Military Institute, 1993-94, Asst. Coach
 immediately the quality of person he was and the great competitor he                     Furman University, 1994-97, Asst. Coach
 was as well. Since he is a graduate of The Citadel there is no question                  Francis Marion University, 1997-00, Head Coach
 he knows the commitment and discipline it takes to succeed at that                       University of Tulsa, 2000-01, Basketball Operations
 institution. Coach Conroy will get it done.”                                             University of Tennessee, 2001-03, Basketball Operations
             ~ Tom Gugliotta, Former NBA All Star
                                                                                          University of Tennessee, 2004-2005, Asst. Coach
                                                                                          Coastal Carolina University, 2005-2006, Asst. Coach
 “Ed is one of the hardest working coaches in the business. He knows                      The Citadel, 2006 - present, Head Coach
 the game as well as anyone I’ve talked to. He had a great understand-
 ing of how playing the game of basketball relates to success in life.”
           ~ Bo Ryan, Head Coach
            University of Wisconsin

								
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