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Savannah State Tigers

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The Tigers is the name used for all of the men’s intercollegiate athletic teams that play for Savannah State University in Savannah, Georgia. The female intercollegiate teams are known as the Lady Tigers.
University Conference NCAA Athletics director Location Varsity teams Football stadium Basketball arena Nickname Fight song Colors Burnt Orange and Reflex Blue W. Bart Bellairs Savannah, GA 13 Ted A. Wright Stadium Tiger Arena Tigers or Lady Tigers Savannah State University NCAA Independents

Conference Affiliation
There are 7 men’s and 6 women’s teams that compete in the NCAA Division I-AA, currently as an independent. Before moving to Division I-AA, Savannah State was a member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in the NCAA Division II (1981–2005), NCAA Division III and the Southeastern Athletic Conference in the NAIA (1929–1961). The school applied for membership in the MidEastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) in 2005.[1][2] The MEAC has officially placed SSU’s application on hold until the completion of a three-year NCAA probation which will be completed on May 18, 2009.[2]

Conference Championships

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Savannah State Tigers
All-time record Postseason bowl record All-Americans Colors Marching band Website 253–383–28 [10] 0–0–0 3 [11] Burnt Orange and Reflex Blue Savannah State Marching Tiger Band SSU Tigers Football

Team Colors
The official school colors for Savannah State are Burnt Orange and Reflex Blue.[8] White is often used as a secondary color and for alternate jerseys.

Organization
Athletics at Savannah State University are administered by the Savannah State University Athletic Department. The department dedicates about $2 million per year for its sports teams and facilities. [9] W. Bart Bellairs became the athletic director on May 20, 2008.

Current Facilities
Most athletic teams have on-campus facilities for competition, including Ted A. Wright Stadium for football, and Tiger Arena for basketball and women’s volleyball.

Traditional Rivals
The traditional rival, in all sports is in-state Fort Valley State University.

Football
For current information on this topic, see 2009 Savannah State Tigers football team.
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The football team is traditionally the most popular sport at Savannah State. The games are played at Ted A. Wright Stadium. Since moving to NCAA Division I-AA in 2000, the Tigers have compiled a 15-80-0 record as of the 2007–2008 season. [11] Prior to moving to Division I-AA the team compiled a 97-108-4 record in NCAA Division II (1981–2000), a 15-20-0 record in NCAA Division III (1973–1980) and a 1-1-0 record as a member of the NAIA. [12][13] The program’s largest margin of victory was 67 points against Miles College in 1992 (Savannah State, 73 – Miles College, 6). The largest margin of defeat was 98 points against Bethune-Cookman College in 1953 (Bethune-Cookman 98, Savannah State 0).[14] The team regularly participates in one or more black football classics each season including the CSRA Classic, the Palmetto Capital City Classic, and the Joe Turner Classic. The team has previously participated in the Gateway Classic, the Miami Classic, and the Circle City Classic.

Head Coach
On December 22, 2007, Savannah State University named Robert "Robby" Wells as its new head football coach. [15] Wells replaced Theo Lemon who was relieved of his duties as head coach on November 30, 2007.[16] Wells, the former defensive coordinator and football marketing director at Benedict College, is the 21st head football coach at Savannah State University.[15]

First season Head coach

2001 Robert "Robby" Wells 1st year, 5–7–0

Home stadium Stadium capacity Stadium surface Location Conference

Ted Wright Stadium 7,500 Grass Savannah, Georgia NCAA Division I-AA Independent

Conference affiliations
• 1915–1928 Independent • 1929–1961 Southeastern Athletic Conference • 1962–1968 Independent • 1969–1999 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

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• 2000–2001 Division II Independent • 2002–Present Division I-AA Independent No Team: 1916–1922, 1924, 1943–1945

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Conference championships and NCAA playoffs
Before moving to Division I the team won the SIAC conference championship in 1970, 1979, 1980, and 1981. [3][4] The 1978-79 Tigers won an overtime game against Albany (NY) (Savannah State- 82; Albany - 81) in the first round of the NCAA Division III playoffs, but lost in the second round to Centre College (Centre - 82, Savannah State - 54). [55] In the 1980 Division III playoffs the Tigers defeated UNC Greensboro in the first round (Savannah State - 61, UNC Greensboro - 58) before losing to Lane College in the regional championships (Lane - 87, Savannah State 70). [55] The 1980-81 Tigers won the SIAC Division III Championship and the NCAA South Regional Championship before finishing the season as the NCAA Division III South Quarterfinal runner-up. [4] During this run they defeated the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in the first round (Savannah State - 76, Rose-Hulman - 62), and Rhodes College in the regional championships (Savannah State - 76, Rhodes - 75) before losing an overtime game to Otterbein College in the quarterfinals (Otterbein - 67, Savannah State - 64). [55]

Conference championships and NCAA Playoff Appearances
The Tigers were Southeastern Athletic Conference champions in 1938, 1948, 1950 and 1956. [17][18] The teams only NCAA playoff appearance occurred in 1992. The Tigers, led by Head Coach Bill Davis, were defeated by Jacksonville State University in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs, 41-16.
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Season-by-Season Records
NCAA I-AA Independent NCAA Division III SIAC (NCAA Division II) NAIA Southeastern

Notable players and coaches
Some notable Savannah State football players and coaches include:

See also
• Category:Savannah State Tigers football players • Category:Savannah State Tigers football • Savannah State Tigers Football Coaches

Men’s basketball
For current information on this topic, see 2008-09 Savannah State Tigers men’s basketball team. Savannah State competes in NCAA Division I as an independent and plays home games in Tiger Arena on the university campus. The school gained notoriety when they finished the 2004–2005 men’s basketball season a winless 0-28, the first Division I team to do so since Prairie View A&M University in 1991–1992. [52][53][54]

Team awards and NCAA records
Savannah State set the NCAA records for fewest points in a half (4 points) and the worst field goal percentage in a half (4.3 percent) in a 85-25 loss to Kansas State on January 7, 2008 (2008-01-07). [56] The Tigers completed the second half 1-for-23, breaking the shot-clock era record. [56]

Season by Season record
NCAA Division I Independent sion II) NCAA Division III SIAC (NCAA DiviNAIA Southeastern

Notable Alumni
Six Savannah State alumni became members of the Harlem Globetrotters: [65] • Tyrone "Hollywood" Brown • Harold "Bobo" Hubbard • Matt "Showbiz" Jackson • Mike Jordan • Kevin Sutlon • Vincent White

Head Coach
Horace Broadnax became the men’s head basketball coach in 2005. [51]

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Name Steven Aycock Eric Brown Chad Cone Class year Position 1993 1989 2006 Offensive lineman Cornerback/ Safety Running Back Notability

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Head football coach at Johnson C. Smith University

former National Football League [42] player with the Dallas Cowboys
[43][44] Signed by the Georgia Force of the Arena Football League in 2006 and the Columbus Lions of the American Indoor Football Association in 2009

Bobby Curtis

1987

Linebacker

former National Football League [43] player with the Washington Redskins and New York Jets 10th round pick by the Seattle Seahawks; #252 overall pick
[42][45][46]

Ken Dawson Roy Ellison

1981 1987

Running Back Guard/Center

National Football League official [47] and umpire during Super Bowl XLIII former National Football League [42] player with the Dallas Cowboys former National Football League [42][43] player who averaged 4.1 yards per carry in his 5 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys (2000–2003) and the Arizona Cardinals (2004). 1996 First Team All American
[11] [43] former United Indoor Football player who played with the Rock River Raptors [43] former United Indoor Football player who played with the Rock River Raptors

Aaron Fields Troy Hambrick

2000 2000

Defensive End Running Back

Britt Henderson 1996 Patrick Jackson

Defensive Back unknown

Jonathan Johnson Lemuel Ligdon Wesley McGriff 1990

unknown

unknown Outside Linebacker

former NFL Europe player who played with the Rhein Fire

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[48] current defensive backs coach for the University of Miami and former interim coach and defensive coordinator at Savannah State University

Ernest "The Cat" Miller Andrew Mitchell Tahj Mowry

Linebacker unknown

All-American linebacker and former professional wrestler former Arena Football League player who played with the Arizona Rattlers former child actor from the sitcom "Smart Guy", played football at SSU for 1 season

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Running Back

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Wes Phillips 1979

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Offensive Tackle former National Football League [42] player with the Houston Oilers Wide Receiver / Tight End
[11][42][50] 1989 First team All American, former National Football League player with the Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens, threetime Super Bowl champion, and NFL’s all-time leader in receptions (815) by a tight end

Shannon Sharpe 1986-89

Tim Walker

1980

Linebacker

1979 First Team All American and former National Football League player with the Seattle Seahawks the current defensive backs coach of the Chicago Bears

[11][42]

Steven Wilks

1999

Head Coach

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Name John Mathis

Class year Notability 1967 former American Basketball Association forward for the New Jersey Americans

Reference
[64]

See also
• Savannah State Tigers men’s basketball coaches

Baseball
For current information on this topic, see 2009 Savannah State Tigers baseball team.
? Savannah State Tigers League Location Ballpark Year Founded Nickname(s) League championships Colors Mascot Manager Uniforms Burnt Orange, Reflexive Blue and White Tiger Carlton Hardy Tigers NCAA Division I Savannah, Georgia CC5500 ? ’

Head Coach
The head coach is Carlton Hardy. [66]

Conference championships and NCAA playoffs
• The Savannah State Tigers finished as SIAC baseball champions for five consecutive seasons (1995–1999). [7] • In 1999, the Tigers were the #4 seed in the NCAA Division II South Regional baseball Tournament [67]

Team awards and NCAA records Season by Season record
NCAA Division I Independent sion II) NCAA Division III SIAC (NCAA DiviNAIA Southeastern

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Name Mark Eric Alvarez Class year Position Right Hand Pitcher Notability

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[71] Signed as a non-drafted free agent, 1/29/06 currently with the Bradenton Pirates (Pittsburgh Pirates Gulf Coast League team) [72] Drafted by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in round 16 of the 1999 Major League Baseball Draft (#491 overall)

Brandon Jackson

Outfielder

Jeff Urgelles

Catcher

Selected in the 26th round of the [73] 2003 First-Year Player Draft by the Cincinnati Reds

Team awards and NCAA records
• Savannah State holds the NCAA Division II records of 46 consecutive victories in baseball and 46 consecutive victories to start of a season (2000). The team also hold the NCAA Division II records of 12.59 average runs per game in a season (2000), 58 total triples in a season (1998) and 1.18 average triples per game in a season (1998). [70] • Theophalus Gregory established the NCAA Division III record of 1.92 average stolen bases per game in 1974 as a member of the Savannah State baseball team. [70] • Gerald Smith, held the 2005 NCAA Division I top slugging percentage (.785) as a member of the Savannah State baseball team. [70] • Savannah State baseball player Brett Higgins (2000) holds the NCAA Division II record of 32 doubles in a season (in 49 games) with four other players and led the NCAA in RBIs (93), slugging percentage (1.010), and total bases (193) in 2000. [70] • Willie Melendez, former Savannah State baseball player holds the NCAA Division II record of 16 triples in a season (1998). [70]

Head Coach
The current head coach is Cedric Baker. Baker was named head coach on July 30, 2003. [74]

Conference championship and NCAA playoff appearances Team awards and NCAA records
• Savannah State holds the NCAA Division I record for fewest points scored in a half (3 points) which occurred on November 23, 2003 against Florida State. [75] • In 1995 the Lady Tigers led the nation in field-goal percentage defense (32.2%). [75] • In 1984 the Lady Tigers led the nation in Average home game attendance (1,750 per game average). [75]

Season by Season record
NCAA Division I Independent sion II) NCAA Division III SIAC (NCAA DiviNAIA Southeastern

Women’s Tennis
Head Coach
The current coach is Yocaira Basilio who entered her first season as head coach in 2006. [76]

Notable players and coaches
Some notable Savannah State baseball players and coaches include:

Women’s Basketball
For current information on this topic, see 2008-09 Savannah State Tigers women’s basketball team.

Team Awards and Records
The Women’s Tennis Team won the SIAC championship in 1991, 1994, 1996, 1997 and 1998 [6]

Women’s Volleyball

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Head Coach
The current head coach is Malik Jones.[77] Jones served as the Lady Tigers assistant coach for two years before replacing Yocaira Basilio on July 25, 2008. Basilio served as head coach beginning in 2006. [76]

Women’s Softball
Head Coach
The current head coach is Henry Banks who entered his first season in 2007. [78]

Other articles · WHCJ (FM) · Tiger’s Roar See also: • Category:Savannah State Tigers football • Category:Savannah State Tigers football players • Category:Savannah State Tigers men’s basketball coaches

Men’s Golf
Head Coach
The current coach is Art Gelow. [79]

Track and Field
Head Coach
The current coach is Ted Whitaker who entered his first season as head coach in 1999. [80]

External links
• ssuathletics.com - Official athletics web site • Savannah State Coaching Records at College Football Data Warehouse

References
[1] "Savannah State’s bid to join MEAC on hold; Winston-Salem State to get vote soon". Black College Sports Page. http://www.onnidan.com/bcsp/1246/ notes.htm. Retrieved on 2007-06-05. [2] ^ Barnidge, Noell (2008-08-24). "Flythe: SSU to stay Division I; eyes conference". SavannahNow.com (Savannah Morning News). http://savannahnow.com/node/ 558331. Retrieved on 2008-08-26. [3] ^ "SIAC Basketball Champions". Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. http://www.thesiac.com/ ?page=/champs/bkb_champs. Retrieved on 2007-06-05. [4] ^ "Former Savannah State Men’s Basketball Coach Dies". http://168.20.193.127/athletics/ 07_0902_EllingtonObit.html. Retrieved on 2007-11-21. [5] ^ "Georgia Sports HOF To Induct Nine". http://www.hofmag.com/content/view/ 238/190/. Retrieved on 2008-09-04. [6] ^ "SIAC Tennis Champs". Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. http://www.thesiac.com/?page=/champs/ tennis_champs. Retrieved on 2007-06-05.

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