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									Head Coach
Dale Martin       Tyrone Davidson


UMR Men’s Basketball 2006-07
   Shea Wiemann




                               Dan Kieres
                         DATE               OPPONENT                                     SITE                           TIME
                         Wed., Nov. 1       Arkansas State University (Exhibition)       Jonesboro, Ark.                  7 p.m.
                         Fri., Nov. 3       University of Missouri (Exhibition)          Columbia, Mo.                 7:05 p.m.
                         Wed., Nov. 15      Rhema Bible College                          Rolla, Mo.                       7 p.m.
                         Fri., Nov. 17      Missouri Western State University #          St. Joseph, Mo.               7:30 p.m.
                         Sat., Nov. 18      Truman State University #                    St. Joseph, Mo.               5:30 p.m.
                         Sat., Nov. 25      Lincoln University                           Jefferson City, Mo.              3 p.m.
2006-07 MINER SCHEDULE

                         Mon., Nov. 27      St. Louis College of Pharmacy                Rolla, Mo.                       7 p.m.
                         Thurs., Nov. 30    Saint Joseph’s College*                      Rolla, Mo.                    7:30 p.m.
                         Sat., Dec. 2       University of Indianapolis*                  Rolla, Mo.                       3 p.m.
                         Thurs., Dec. 7     Rockhurst University*                        Kansas City, Mo.              7:30 p.m.
                         Sat., Dec. 9       Drury University*                            Springfield, Mo.                 1 p.m.
                         Mon., Dec. 18      Central Christian College                    Rolla, Mo.                       7 p.m.
                         Sat., Dec. 30      Oakland City University                      Rolla, Mo.                       3 p.m.
                         Thurs., Jan. 4     Southern Illinois University Edwardsville*   Rolla, Mo.                    7:30 p.m.
                         Sat., Jan. 6       Quincy University*                           Rolla, Mo.                    7:30 p.m.
                         Thurs., Jan. 11    Northern Kentucky University*                Highland Heights, Ky.         6:45 p.m.
                         Sat., Jan. 13      Bellarmine University*                       Louisville, Ky.               2:15 p.m.
                         Thurs., Jan. 18    University of Wisconsin-Parkside*            Rolla, Mo.                    7:30 p.m.
                         Sat., Jan. 20      Lewis University*                            Rolla, Mo.                       3 p.m.
                         Tues., Jan. 23     Oakland City University                      Oakland City, Ind.               7 p.m.
                         Sat., Jan. 27      University of Missouri-St. Louis*            Rolla, Mo.                       3 p.m.
                         Thurs., Feb. 1     Kentucky Wesleyan College*                   Owensboro, Ky.                7:30 p.m.
                         Sat., Feb. 3       University of Southern Indiana*              Evansville, Ind.              3:15 p.m.
                         Tues., Feb. 6      University of Missouri-St. Louis*            St. Louis, Mo.                7:30 p.m.
                         Sat., Feb. 10      University of Southern Indiana*              Rolla, Mo.                       3 p.m.
                         Thurs., Feb. 15    Rockhurst University*                        Rolla, Mo.                    7:30 p.m.
                         Sat., Feb. 17      Drury University*                            Rolla, Mo.                    7:30 p.m.
                         Thurs., Feb. 22    Southern Illinois University Edwardsville*   Edwardsville, Ill.            7:30 p.m.
                         Sat., Feb. 24      Quincy University*                           Quincy, Ill.                  3:15 p.m.
                         Thurs., March 1-
                         Sun., March 4      Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament     Evansville, Ind. (Roberts Stadium)
                         Sat., March 10-
                         Tues., March 13    NCAA Division II Great Lakes Regional        Campus site TBA
                         Wed., March 21-
                         Sat., March 24     NCAA Division II Elite Eight                 Springfield, Mass. (MassMutual Center)

                         *Denotes Great Lakes Valley Conference game                     All times Central
                         # Hillyard Tip-Off Classic, St. Joseph, Mo.
2006-07 Schedule ....................... Inside Front Cover                           1
UMR Quick Facts ....................................................2
Media Information ...................................................2
Gale Bullman Multi-Purpose Building .....................3
University of Missouri-Rolla.....................................4
Coaches/Administration
Head Coach Dale Martin.........................................6
Assistant Coach Kerry Darting................................7
UMR Chancellor Dr. John Carney III ......................8
Vice Chancellor Dr. Debra Robinson ......................8
Director of Athletics Mark Mullin..............................8
Faculty Representative Jeff Cawlfield.....................9
Asst. Athletics Director Sarah Moore ......................9
2006-07 Miners
Season Preview ....................................................10
2006-07 Roster .....................................................11




                                                                             TABLE OF CONTENTS
Tyrone Davidson ...................................................12
Dan Kieres.............................................................13
Shea Wiemann......................................................14
Yilak Tesfaye.........................................................15
Casey Noll .............................................................15
Yamani Ball ...........................................................16
Andrew Bartell.......................................................16
Owain Hall .............................................................16
Marquis Jones.......................................................17
Joe Shardo ............................................................17
Justin Taylor..........................................................18
Lucas Walls ...........................................................18
Corey Wiemann ....................................................18
2005-06 Review and Records
Season Statistics...................................................19
2005-06 Box Scores..............................................20
2005-06 Single Game Highs .................................24
Miner Records.......................................................25
Miner Top Ten List ................................................27
Annual Leaders .....................................................28
GLVC Information
Great Lakes Valley Conference ............................29
GLVC Basketball Records ....................................30
GLVC Champions .................................................31
Miners’ All-Time Record vs. Opponents ...............32
Miners’ All-Time Results .......................................34
Miners vs. Ranked Teams ....................................40
2006-07 Miner Opponents ....................................41
Miners’ All-Time Roster.........................................46
Miner All-America Players.....................................48
Team Photo............................................ Back Cover
       2            Information for Incoming Media                                           Quick Facts
                    Credentials for Miner games: These will be assigned to news              Location: Rolla, Mo. 65401
                    media covering the game. Passes must be requested at least one           Founded: 1870
                    day in advance of the game to be covered. Please make all                Enrollment: 5,800
                    requests to John Kean, Sports Information, University of Missouri-
                    Rolla, Rolla, Mo. 65401; phone number is 573-341-4140.
                                                                                             Chancellor: Dr. John Carney III
                                                                                             Director of Athletics: Mark Mullin
                    Game Services: Media representatives will be provided a game                 Phone: (573) 341-4175
                    program prior to the contest, halftime statistics, and a final game      Head Men’s Basketball Coach: Dale Martin
                    packet including play-by-play of the action. Refreshments are also           Alma Mater: Central Missouri, 1976
                    available.                                                                   Coaching Record: 223-284 (20 years)
                                                                                                 Office Phone: (573) 341-4101
                    Interview policy: Post-game interviews with Miner players are            Assistant Coach: Kerry Darting
                    allowed after games. Please inform UMR sports information director       Student Assistant Coach: Steve Deken
                    John Kean if you wish to interview a UMR player near the end of the
                                                                                             2005-06 Overall Record: 2-25
MEDIA INFORMATION



                    game and he will make them available in a designated area. Access
                    to the UMR locker room is prohibited. Head coach Dale Martin will        2005-06 GLVC Record: 0-19 (7th in GLVC West)
                    be available for interviews shortly after the game in a designated       Home Arena: Gale Bullman Multi-Purpose Building
                    area. All interviews with players and coaches during the week must       Capacity (Surface): 4,000 (wood surface)
                    be cleared through the UMR sports information office. Interviews             Press Row Phone: (573) 341-6054
                    with opposing players following the game must be arranged with that      Nickname: Miners
                    school’s sports information director.                                    Colors: Silver and Gold
                                                                                             Conference: Great Lakes Valley Conference
                    World Wide Web                                                           Director of Sports Medicine: Marikay Portell
                                                                                             Team Trainer: Russell Yap
                    Information on University of Missouri-Rolla athletics can be obtained
                    through the World Wide Web. The page for that information can be
                                                                                                 Office Phone at UMR: (573) 341-4107
                    accessed at the following URL: http://sports.umr.edu. At that site,          Office Phone at Sport Rehab: (573) 368-0999
                    you can receive up-to-date information on the university's 15 athletic   Sports Information Director: John Kean
                    teams.                                                                       Office Phone: (573) 341-4140
                                                                                                 Home Phone: (573) 364-9509
                    Through this site, you can also link into many other sites on the            Cell Phone: (573) 578-1654
                    internet, such as NCAA Online, the NCAA Division II Home Page                Fax Phone: (573) 341-4880
                    and other NCAA Division II institutions including those in the Great         E-mail address: jkean@umr.edu
                    Lakes Valley Conference. This information is available 24 hours a            Web site: sports.umr.edu
                    day.
                                                                                             Athletics Office Telephone: (573) 341-4175
                    Credits
                    The 2006 University of Missouri-Rolla men’s basketball media guide
                    was produced by the UMR sports information office. The book was
                    printed by University of Missouri-Rolla Printing Services.

                    Media Outlets

                    NEWSPAPERS:
                    Rolla Daily News: 101 West Seventh, Rolla, Mo., 65401; (573) 364-2468
                    Missouri Miner (UMR): 1870 Miner Circle, Rolla, Mo., 65409; (573) 341-4235
                    Waynesville Guide: Drawer S, Waynesville, Mo., 65583; (573) 336-3711
                    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: 900 North Tucker, St. Louis, Mo., 63101; (314) 340-8170
                    Kansas City Star: 1729 Grand Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 64108; (816) 234-4355
                    Springfield News-Leader: 651 Boonville, Springfield, Mo., 65806; (417) 836-1118

                    RADIO:
                    KTTR/KZNN: 1505 Soest, Rolla, Mo., 65401; (573) 364-2525
                    KUMR (UMR): 1870 Miner Circle, UMR, Rolla, Mo. 65409; (573) 341-4386

                    TELEVISION:
                    KRCG: P.O. Box 659, Jefferson City, Mo., 65102; (573) 896-5144
                    KOLR: 2650 East Division, Springfield, Mo., 65803; (417) 862-6397
                    KSPR: 1359 St. Louis St., Springfield, Mo., 65808; (417) 831-1234
                    KYTV: 999 West Sunshine, Springfield, Mo., 65807; (417) 268-3220
           The Gale Bullman Multi-Purpose                                                                                                      3
Building is the home of University of
Missouri-Rolla basketball.
           Renovation work was done in the
facility in the summer of 2004 as new
chairback seats and bleachers were installed
on the floor level of the arena. The new
seating was made possible thanks to a
donation by Armin and Norman Tucker, twin
brothers who graduated from the Missouri
School of Mines in 1940 and continue to
support athletics at UMR.




                                                                                                                                    BULLMAN M-P BUILDING
           Jackling Gym served as the previous
home of Miner basketball, until 1966 when it
was razed to build a new library on the UMR
campus. The 73rd Missouri General
Assembly appropriated $2.4 million towards
the construction of a new 78,000 square foot athletic facility on the campus, and in 1969 the University of Missouri-
Rolla Multi-Purpose Building opened. Following the death of long-time UMR football coach and athletics director Gale
Bullman in 1977, the building was renamed in his honor. The name was approved by the University of Missouri Board
of Curators in July 1977.
           The facility houses both the UMR men's and women's basketball teams, as well as the UMR swimming team.
The arena is the central feature in the building, a two-tiered setting which seats 4,000 fans in bleacher seats. The
wooden floor is long enough to accomodate two full-court basketball games at the same time, and there are eight
basketball goals on the floor level. Also included in the arena are two recreation areas, both in the upper level, which
are also used as practice areas for the varsity teams at UMR.
           The swimming facility on the north side of the building is where the Miner swimming team competes. The pool
measures 75-by-42 feet with diving areas on one end. There is a one-meter and three-meter diving board in the pool,
with a set of bleachers in the upper level of the natatorium.
           The lower level of the multi-purpose building is the site the athletic and physical education offices, as well as a
classroom, athletic training room, equipment room, racquetball courts, two weight rooms with modern exercise
equipment and six locker rooms (three for and three for women).
     Not only is the arena used for UMR basketball
games, but also for concerts, commencement                              Bullman Multi-Purpose Building Facts
ceremonies in December and May and other special              Opened: 1969 (renovated in 2004)
events. The Harlem Globetrotters have made                    Cost: $2.4 million
appearances in the building as have several world             Capacity: 4,000
renown individuals as part of the Remmers Lecture             First Game: Dec. 5, 1969; Miners lost to Washington University of
Series – most recently Lance Armstrong, a cancer              St. Louis 60-55
survivor who is a seven-time champion of the Tour de Playing Surface: Wood
France.                                                       Most Points (UMR): 133 vs. Arkansas Baptist, Nov. 22, 1992
     Kummer Construction Company, of St. Louis, was Most Points (Opponent): 114, Drury, Feb. 9, 1978
                                                              Most Points (Both teams): 218, UMR vs. Arkansas Baptist, Nov.
the general contractor for the building. Two other St.
                                                              22, 1992
Louis firms and one from Washington, Mo., also aided Longest Winning Streak: 15 games, Dec. 29, 1975 to Jan. 15,
in the project. An expansion of the facility was              1977
completed in 1995 with the opening of the student             Longest Winning Streak (conference games): 26 games, Feb.
recreation center, built off the west wall of the Bullman 21, 1972 to Jan. 15, 1977
Multi-Purpose Building.                                       Longest Losing Streak: 10 games, Dec. 1, 2005 to Feb. 21, 2006
                                                             Miners' record at Bullman: 297-164 (134-116 in MIAA games; 0-9
                                                             in GLVC games)

                                                             ANNUAL RECORDS:

                                                              1969-70 ....... 8-5    1981-82..........7-3   1993-94 ......... 9-5
                                                              1970-71 ....... 7-5    1982-83..........9-3   1994-95 ......... 7-7
                                                              1971-72 ....... 9-3    1983-84..........8-3   1995-96 ....... 16-3
                                                              1972-73 ....... 9-3    1984-85........10-3    1996-97 ....... 11-5
                                                              1973-74 ....... 9-0    1985-86..........6-5   1997-98 ......... 9-5
                                                              1974-75 ..... 11-1     1986-87..........9-5   1998-99 ......... 8-6
                                                              1975-76 ..... 12-1     1987-88..........9-4   1999-00 ......... 4-8
                                                              1976-77 ..... 10-2     1988-89..........5-7   2000-01 ......... 3-8
                                                              1977-78 ....... 6-6    1989-90..........6-5   2001-02 ......... 7-5
                                                              1978-79 ....... 8-3    1990-91..........6-6   2002-03 ......... 9-3
                                                              1979-80 ....... 8-5    1991-92..........9-2   2003-04 ......... 8-6
                                                              1980-81 ....... 7-4    1992-93..........9-3   2004-05 ......... 7-6
                                                                                                            2005-06 ....... 2-10
           4                   The University of Missouri-Rolla is in its 136th year as one of the nation’s premier universities for science and technology.
                               But while UMR’s reputation has been for the quality of its engineering program, it is quickly becoming a well-rounded
                               institution that now offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in 35 fields.

                                                                                      UMR is located in a picturesque area of Missouri in the wooded hills of
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ROLLA
                                                                                      south central Missouri near the Ozarks. The 284-acre campus is
                                                                                      located nearly halfway between St. Louis and Springfield, Mo., but
                                                                                      within a reasonable drive of a number of state parks, lakes and
                                                                                      several of Missouri’s well-known vineyards, not to mention being a
                                                                                      short walk away from the downtown area of a town ranked as one of
                                                                                      the best 100 small towns in the United States in Norm Crampton’s The
                                                                                      100 Best Small Towns in America.

                                                                                      The campus itself has an enrollment of over 5,500 students, with a
                                                                                      student-faculty ratio of 14 to 1. UMR is one of four campuses that
                                                                                      comprise the University of Missouri system. The university, founded as
                                                                                      the Missouri School of Mines in 1870 as the first engineering school
                                                                                      west of the Mississippi River, has written the book on education in
                                                                                      science and engineering and is broadening its scope in the 21st
                                                                                      century.

                                                                                      While the university began as a mining school, the university has also
                               prepared its students for leadership roles in engineering, science and liberal arts. UMR can boast of over 1,000
                               entrepreneurs among its graduates and hundreds of others in corporate leadership positions.

                               In addition, the university has broadened its academic scope beyond engineering as it now has programs for its students in
                               business, education (pre-elementary and secondary), English, history and various other pre-professional fields such as pre-
                               law, pre-medicine and pre-nursing as well as speech and media studies. But as far as the engineering fields go, UMR
                               offers a wide range of options for students to go into. The university offers more than a dozen different engineering
                               programs for its students to study.

                               A number of UMR graduates have gone on to have great success. Included among the alumni are Mervin Kelly (1914),
                               whose work on amplifying tubes led to improved long-distance
                               communication; George Mueller (1936), who is credited with being
                               the driving force behind the first lunar landing in 1969; Ted Weise
                               (1967), who formerly served as the president of FedEx; and Gary
                               Forsee (1972), the chief executive officer of Sprint. In addition, three
                               UMR graduates have been part of NASA’s space shuttle program:
                               Tom Akers (1973), who was part of the space shuttle team that
                               retrieved a satellite in space in 1992 and is now a member of the
                               faculty at UMR; Janet Kavandi (1982) and Sandra Hall Magnus
                               (1986).

                               Athletics at UMR
                               The University of Missouri-Rolla is a member of NCAA Division II and
                               the Great Lakes Valley Conference in all of its sports except for
                               football and swimming. The football team is playing as an NCAA
                               Division II independent, while the swimming team is aligned with the New South Intercollegiate Swimming Conference that
                               started competition in the 2005-06 season. The overall athletics program consists of eight men's and seven women's sports.

                               The university has shown its success at the national level both on the field and in the classroom. UMR has had teams finish
                               among the top 10 at the national level in 10 of the last 11 seasons and the school has won three NCAA national
                               championships on an individual basis in swimming over the past six seasons. UMR’s 200-freestyle relay team won back-to-
                               back titles at the NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships in 2001 and 2002, while the 400-yard freestyle
                               relay team also won a national title in 2002. UMR posted its highest finish ever in the Director’s Cup standings for Division II
                               during the 2004-05 school year.

                               In the classroom, UMR student-athletes have won 41 Academic All-America awards as awarded by CoSIDA and its
                               program sponsors and 120 academic all-district awards over the past 14 years. In addition, numerous teams and
                               individuals have been honored for their success as student-athletes by their various national organizations. As a member of
                               the MIAA from 1935 through 2005, UMR athletic teams won or shared 35 league championships. The university also
                               honors its top student-athletes and teams over the years in its Athletic Hall of Fame; 116 members and nine teams have
                               been inducted. For more on athletics at UMR, go to the university’s athletics web site at http://umrsports.umr.edu.
Undergraduate Majors Offered by UMR:                                                                                                        5

■      Aerospace engineering                                      More Facts About UMR
■      Applied mathematics




                                                                                                                             UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ROLLA
■      Architectural engineering
                                                           The average class size at UMR is 27 students per class,
■      Biological sciences                                 with a 14-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio. The average class
■      Business and management systems                     size for laboratory classes is 16-to-1.
■      Ceramic engineering                                 UMR has students from 44 states and 63 foreign coun-
■      Chemical engineering                                tries.
■      Chemistry                                           There are more than 200 student organizations on
                                                           campus.
■      Civil engineering
                                                           The American Association of Engineering Societies
■      Computer engineering                                Inc. ranked UMR among the top 25 universities nation-
■      Computer science                                    wide for the number of undergraduate engineering
■      Economics                                           degrees awarded annually.
■      Electrical engineering                              UMR hosts over 450 major corporations on its campus
■      Engineering management                              during the year to visit the campus and recruit graduates.
                                                           These corporations conducted over 5,400 interviews for
■      English
                                                           full-time and summer positions, with 96 percent of those
■      Environmental engineering                           students reporting being employed in their field of study or
■      Geological engineering                              enrolled in graduate school shortly after graduation.
■      Geology and geophysics                              UMR has the second-highest proportion of engineering
■      History                                             majors of any university in the United States, according to
■      Information science and technology                  U.S. News and World Report’s 11th annual “America’s
                                                           Best Colleges” issue.
■      Mechanical engineering
                                                           U.S. News and World Report also rated UMR as one of
■      Metallurgical engineering                           the best national universities in the areas of engineering
■      Mining engineering                                  and science.
■      Nuclear engineering                                 Prospective UMR students have the opportunity to take
■      Petroleum engineering                               part in the cooperative education program, which gives
■      Philosophy                                          students an opportunity to get hands-on experience in
                                                           their field of study. Approximately 500 students take part
■      Physics
                                                           in this program on an annual basis, with many of them
■      Psychology                                          returning to the company after graduation.
■      Teacher education                                   The mid-range ACT scores for incoming freshmen at
UMR offers master’s and doctorate degree programs          UMR ranged from 25 and 30, while the mid-range SAT
in many of these fields.                                   scores ranged between 1140 and 1350. The mid-range
                                                           score is the middle 50 percent of the new students enroll-
                                                           ing at UMR; some students scored above and below
Other areas of study include:                              those ranges.
                                                           More than 75 percent of UMR students receive financial
•      Air Force ROTC (Aerospace studies)                  aid in the form of scholarships, grants, loans and work-
•      Army ROTC (Military science)                        study.
                                                           The average starting salary for a UMR graduate is over
•      Education (Elementary and secondary)                $47,000. Most UMR students have job offers two to three
•      Pre-professional studies (law, nursing, medicine)   months prior to graduation.
•      Communications studies                              UMR was the first university to be awarded the prestig-
•      International economics                             ious Missouri Quality Award in 1995.
•      Arts and theater                                    UMR’s Environmental Management System is one of
                                                           the leading programs in the nation. It is the first institution
                                                           in the United States (and second in the world) to obtain
                                                           ISO 14001 certification, a widely accepted international
                                                           EMS status.
                                                           UMR had the winning entry in Sunrayce 1999 and the
                                                           2003 American Solar Challenge, a solar car race involving
                                                           many institutions in the United States and Canada. UMR
                                                           also finished third in the World Solar Challenge in Austra-
                                                           lia in October 1999 and first in the 2000 Formula Sun-
                                                           Grand Prix. The team finished second in the 2001 Ameri-
                                                           can Solar Challenge race from Chicago to Los Angeles,
                                                           the same route it took in its victory in 2003.
                                                           In 2004, UMR’s solar car, human-powered vehicle and
                                                           men’s and women’s mucking teams placed first in their
                                                           various student competitions.

                                                           Includes information from the 2004 UMR viewbook.
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                                                           Head Coach Dale Martin
                          Dale Martin will begin his 20th season as head coach of the UMR men's basketball program
                     this year with designs on taking the Miners to the conference tournament in the university's
                     second year as a member of the Great Lakes Valley Conference.
                          The Miners are looking to bounce back from a difficult 2005-06 season when it ended up
                     with a 2-25 record in a conference that has produced at least one participant in the NCAA
                     Division II Elite Eight in 12 of the last 13 years and five teams to last year's Great Lakes
                     Regional tournament.
                          UMR finished its run in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association in the 2004-05
                     season by finishing with a record of 10-17. UMR had two of the top six scorers in the MIAA --
                     Jermaine Burks, whose average of 20.1 points a game ranked second in the conference and
                     made him the fourth player in Martin's tenure as head coach to average at least 20 points a
UMR COACHING STAFF



                     game; and Josh Shaw, who finished sixth in the MIAA in scoring and third in rebounds during
                     the season.
                          Three of the Miners' victories in MIAA play that year came against teams that reached the semifinal round of the
                     conference tournament, including a season sweep against eventual runner-up Missouri Southern.
                          The Miners qualified for the MIAA Tournament in the 2003-04 season -- their third straight appearance in the event --
                     as they went 14-14 on the year despite playing a good portion of the year without pre-season All-America selection Brian
                     Westre. UMR finished in a three-way tie for sixth place in the league standings before bowing out in the opening round of
                     the tournament to regular season champion Washburn, which came less than a week after the Miners posted a win over
                     11th-ranked Northwest Missouri State, the eventual NCAA Division II South Central Regional champion.
                          During the season, Martin also reached a coaching milestone as he picked up his 200th career coaching victory in
                     the Miners' Nov. 28 win over Central Oklahoma. He enters the 2006-07 campaign with a record of 223-284 and has
                     earned more wins than any Miner head coach other than Billy Key.
                          The Miners had back-to-back tournament appearances in the 2001-02 and 2002-03 season, falling in the first round
                     on both occasions to Missouri Western. The Miners dropped a 73-56 decision to the eventual tournament champion in
                     2003 in Kansas City's Municipal Auditorium after losing 64-54 a year earlier on the Griffons' home court. The 2001-02
                     Miners opened that season with a 7-1 record and received consideration in the Division II national rankings in mid-
                     December, while making an improvement of seven games over the previous year.
                          UMR finished 5-21 in 2000-01 after an injury sidelined the Miners' top scorer for the three previous seasons prior to
                     the start of the campaign. Despite the struggles to break into the win column on a regular basis, the team did finish the
                     season with the MIAA's top two scorers and top two rebounders, which was a first in the history of NCAA Division II
                     men's basketball.
                          In the 1998-99 campaign, the Miners finished with a record of 12-15 for the second consecutive season and earned
                     a berth to the conference tournament on the final day of the regular season. UMR finished 6-10 in conference play a
                     year ago and went to the tournament, where they were defeated in the first round by league co-champion Pittsburg
                     State.
                          Although the Miners finished below .500, the team did pull off some accomplishments during the year. They beat
                     Northwest Missouri State in Maryville for the first time in 19 seasons with an overtime win in January. They also got their
                     first win at Central Missouri State in six years - and only the third all-time at the CMSU Multipurpose Building - and swept
                     the season series from a conference opponent for the first time since their 1996 championship season by beating
                     Missouri Southern twice.
                          The Miners also went 12-15 in 1997-98, but a seventh place finish in the MIAA at 7-9 got them a spot in the
                     tournament against MIAA co-champ Northwest Missouri State. The Miners led that tournament game at halftime before
                     losing.
                          The best season for UMR under Martin came in the 1995-96 campaign. After the Miners won just 21 games in the
                                                                                   two previous years combined, the team busted loose for its
                                                                                   best season ever that winter as it went 25-6, won the MIAA
                                                                                   regular season and post-season tournament titles and earned a
                                                                                   berth in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 20 years.
                                                                                   The Miners reached the championship game of the regional --
                                                                                   held in Rolla -- before falling to North Alabama.
                                                                                             In addition, UMR finished the 1995-96 regular season
                                                                                   ranked eighth in NCAA Division II, its highest ranking ever. The
                                                                                   Miners were in the national rankings, where they had not been
                                                                                   since the 1983-84 season, on two different occasions during
                                                                                   the year.
                                                                                             The magical year came on the heels of a season in
                                                                                   which injuries to the Miners' two biggest players started a
                                                                                   tailspin that turned a promising start into an eventual 10-16
                                                                                   finish. UMR opened the year with nine wins in its first 12 games
                                                                                   before the injury situation depleted the lineup during the heart
                                                                                   of the MIAA season.
     For his efforts, Martin won two major coaching honors after the season. He was named as the MIAA's "Coach of                     7
the Year" and the South Central region "Coach of the Year" as selected by the National Association of Basketball
Coaches. He was also named as the top coach in the region by Division II Bulletin.
     Martin also acquired his 100th career victory in that season's opener and went well over the .500 mark for his
coaching career during the season. His 168 wins entering the 2000-01 season are the second-highest number of wins
by a UMR basketball coach. The record of 278 is held by his predecesor, Billy Key, for whom he served under as an
assistant at UMR for seven years prior to becoming the head coach upon Key's retirement in 1987.
     Prior to the 1993-94 campaign, Martin led the Miners to three playoff berths in four years. UMR made its first
tournament appearance in nine years during the 1989-90 season, as it recovered from a slow start to win five of its last
seven regular season games. After missing the playoffs in 1990-91, UMR rebounded with a 17-9 overall record the
next year and finished in a tie for third place in the MIAA, the highest finish for a Miner team since 1977. The 17 wins
fell one win shy of the previous school record, and that team set or tied numerous school marks.
     In 1992-93, the Miners tied for fourth place in the MIAA and went 16-11 overall. Along the way, UMR won games
over a Washburn team that was ranked second in NCAA Division II at the time and Division I opponent Northern
Arizona. UMR also played the University of Evansville, an eventual NCAA Division I Tournament team, to a nine-point




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game in Evansville, Ind. UMR set 22 new school records during the 1992-93 season and was the MIAA's top scoring
team for the second year in a row.
     Martin's first team at UMR finished 12-13, and the 6-8 conference record represented the highest number of
league wins by a Miner team in eight years. The 1988-89 team finished at 9-16. The 1996-97 team, the one that
followed the championship team, was 14-12 but missed the conference tournament as it won only six of 18 conference
games.
     Martin came to UMR from Central Missouri State University, his alma mater,where he served as an assistant
coach for three years under current Missouri Western State College head coach Tom Smith. While at CMSU, the
Mules went 26-2 in 1979-80 and advanced to the NCAA Division II South Central Regional -- the first of six straight
appearances by the Mules in the tournament. Central also had winning records of 16-11 and 14-13 in the other two
seasons that Martin served as an assistant.
     A native of Wright City, Mo., Martin was a unanimous All-State selection during his senior year at Wright City High
School. He helped lead teams into the Missouri State Championships during his junior and senior years.
     At Central Missouri State, he played basketball for four years -- serving as a co-captain during his senior year --
and joined the coaching staff upon receiving his bachelor's degree in 1976. He also received his master's degree from
CMSU.
     Martin, and his wife Janece live in Rolla. They have three children, Amber, Eric and Abby. Martin is also a member
of the National Association of Basketball Coaches and has served the NABC Congress as a representative of NCAA
Division II.

                              Assistant Coach Kerry Darting
    Kerry Darting enters his second season as the Miners' assistant coach as he moved from
his playing days at UMR right into the coaching profession.
    Darting was one of the top three-point shooters in school history while playing at UMR,
then stayed at the campus the following year to complete work on his bachelor's degree in
education while serving as a student assistant coach in the Miner basketball program. He was
then named in July 2005 as the new assistant coach for the program.
    "I was looking for someone who understands that coaching is a lifestyle," said Miner head
coach Dale Martin. "Kerry is a tireless worker who comes from an athletic background and he
is one guy that I feel can handle and perform under pressure."
    As a player, Darting led the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association in three-
pointers per game in his senior year, connecting on 90 of his 201 shots from behind the arc for
an average of 3.3 per game. His 44.8 percent shooting from long range ranked second in the
MIAA and among the top 25 in the NCAA Division II ranks. He averaged just over 11 points
per game in the 2003-04 season.
    A native of Silver Lake, Kan., Darting played three seasons for the Miners after transferring from Kansas State
University. In those three years, Darting made 208 three-point shots, the fourth-highest total in school history. Included
among those three-point shots were game-winning baskets in the final seconds of wins over Truman State State
University in 2002 and Central Missouri State in 2003.
    "I think that by being in school here, Kerry understands the type of student-athlete that we need, both in terms of
talent level and academics," Martin said. "He can be an effective recruiter for us because of that. With our move to the
Great Lakes Valley Conference this season, we will have to compete against more schools and undoubtedly there is a
greater need for teams to have success in this area."
    Darting's father, Ken, is the athletics director and highly successful boys basketball coach at Highland Park High
School in Topeka, Kan.; he coached teams to state championships in Kansas at two different schools, including
Highland Park in 2004.
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                                                      UMR Chancellor Dr. John Carney III
                                Dr. John F. Carney III, former provost and vice president for academic affairs at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in
                     Worcester, Mass., began his tenure as chancellor at the University of Missouri-Rolla on Sept. 1, 2005. He succeeded Gary
                     Thomas, who completed a five-year term as the university’s chancellor.
                                "It is an honor to serve as chancellor of one of the nation's best technological universities," Carney said. "I believe
                     my background and experience in teaching, research and academic leadership fit well with UMR's mission and future
                     direction."
                                A 40-year veteran of higher education, Carney served as WPI's provost and vice president for academic affairs
                     from 1996 through 2004. In that capacity, he hired more than half of the current tenured and tenure-track faculty. He was
                     involved with the creation of the Center for Educational Development, Technology and Assessment, led the renovation of
                     several WPI laboratories, bolstered the campus's Interdisciplinary and Global Studies Division, and made WPI, one of the
                     nation’s oldest technological universities, a more welcoming place for female faculty members.
                                A civil engineer by training, Carney earned a bachelor's degree from Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass.,
                     in 1963. He also earned master's and Ph.D. degrees in civil engineering from Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. in
                     1964 and 1966 respectively.
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                                Carney began his academic career at the University of Connecticut, where he served on the civil engineering faculty from 1966-1981. He
                     then joined Auburn University in Auburn, Ala., as professor and head of the civil engineering department, a position he held until 1983, when he
                     joined Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn., as a professor of civil engineering. At Vanderbilt, he served as associate dean for graduate affairs
                     (1989) and then associate dean for research and graduate affairs (1993). He joined the faculty and administration at WPI in 1996.
                                The field of impact mechanics has been Carney's major research interest for more than 30 years. During this period, he was awarded a
                     series of grants and contracts with the National Science Foundation, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Federal Highway Administration,
                     British Rail, the Advanced Railway Research Centre, and the Departments of Transportation in the States of Connecticut, Washington, Alabama,
                     Georgia, Colorado, and Tennessee. This research activity resulted in the development and implementation of a whole series of impact attenuation
                     devices employed in motorway safety applications in the United States and overseas. Carney holds nine patents in this area. In addition, his work
                     with the railroad research community in Great Britain has led to new concepts for improving the crashworthiness of trains.
                                Carney is the author of more than 140 technical publications in the area of structural mechanics and has been active on numerous National
                     Research Council committees. He is also a fellow of the American Society of Engineers.


                               Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Dr. Debra Robinson
                               Dr. Debra A.G. Robinson, the former associate vice chancellor for student and international affairs at UMR, is in
                     her fourth year as the campus’ vice chancellor for student affairs. She took over the position Jan. 1, 2003 after spending two
                     years as UMR’s associate vice chancellor for student and international affairs.
                               Robinson joined the UMR student affairs staff in 1980 as a counseling psychologist. She later was assistant
                     director and associate director of the UMR Counseling Center, and served as director of UMR’s Center for Personal and
                     Professional Development from 1990 through 2001. In 2001, she was appointed associate vice chancellor for student and
                     international affairs, and is responsible for directing UMR’s leadership development programs, coordinating several
                     administrative functions within the division, coordinating staff development and training efforts, and managing relationships
                     with external constituents. She also serves as an adjunct faculty member in the engineering management department.
                               Robinson earned her bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the University of Illinois at Springfield in 1976 and
                     her master of arts and doctorate degrees in counseling psychology from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana in
                     1977 and 1980, respectively. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, the International Coaching
                     Federation and the Society of Psychologists in Management. She also remains active as a management and coaching consultant, and has written
                     numerous papers and book chapters on a broad array of topics, including leadership development, engineering education, career opportunities,
                     women in engineering and how students adapt to college life.


                                                          Director of Athletics Mark Mullin
                                Mark Mullin is in his 15th year as the University of Missouri-Rolla's director of athletics. This is his ninth year in
                     which he is solely handling those duties as he stepped down as UMR's head swimming and diving coach following the 1997-98
                     season.
                                As director of athletics, Mullin has overseen a program that won four championships while it was affiliated with the
                     Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association and had numerous student-athletes win academic honors on both the
                     conference and national levels. In the past year alone, UMR had 216 student-athletes post a grade point average of at least
                     3.0 and nine of them had grade point averages of 4.0. Two members of UMR's athletics program were recipients the of Ken B.
                     Jones Awards, which was given to the top student-athlete in the MIAA. Since January 2000, UMR has had 19 Academic All-
                     America selections, which is the fourth-highest total of any school in NCAA Division II.
                                On the field, UMR had 15 student-athletes earn All-America honors and a total of 39 earn all-conference laurels last
                     year in the Miners’ first season as a member of the Great Lakes Valley Conference. During the 2005-06 school year, UMR had
                     teams qualify for the GLVC’s post-season tournaments in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and softball, while the men’s track and field team
                     finished second at both the indoor and outdoor conference meets. UMR’s swimming team posted a top 10 finish for the 10th time in the last 11 years
                     at the NCAA Division II Championships, while the Miner football team posted its first winning season in 20 years in 2005.
                                Under Mullin’s direction, UMR has hosted the NCAA South Central men's regional basketball tournament and MIAA men's basketball finals
                     in 1996 and the 1999 MIAA cross country championships. He was also involved in the process that allowed UMR to move its conference affiliation to
                     the Great Lakes Valley Conference beginning in the fall of 2005.
                                Mullin had served in the coaching position for 12 years in addition to his duties as athletics director; he held the dual roles for his final six
                     years as swimming coach. As a coach, the Miners posted a 96-27 dual meet record and won seven regional championships. His final team finished
                     third at the 1998 NCAA Division II Championships, the highest finish ever for a UMR athletic team at an NCAA championship event. That finish
                     followed an eighth-place performance at the 1997 national meet.
                                Mullin was the chairman of the NCAA Division II men's and women's swimming and diving committee in the 2001-02 season — he will
                     rejoin that committee in the 2006-07 season –- and has also served terms on the men's basketball and football regional advisory committee for the
                     region. He completed a two-year term as the president of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association after spending the two prior years as
                     the conference's vice president prior to UMR’s switch to the GLVC.
              NCAA Faculty Representative Dr. Jeff Cawlfield                                                                                       9

          Dr. Jeff Cawlfield is in his fourthyear as the university's faculty representative to the NCAA. He took
over the duties in January 2003 following the retirement of Jack Ridley, who had served in the role for the
previous three years.
          Cawlfield, the associate dean in UMR's School of Mines and Metallurgy, is also a professor in
geological engineering at the university. He was among several UMR professors who were recipients of the
UMR Sustained Excellence in Teaching awards, which were awarded at the end of the 2003 spring semester.
He has also received a number of faculty excellence awards at UMR.
          After joining the UMR faculty in 1987, Cawlfield was named professor of geological engineering in
1999 and became head of the geological engineering department the following year. He moved into the role
of associate dean in 2001. Cawlfield received his bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Washington
State University in 1981 and then completed work on his master's and doctorate degrees at the University of
California-Berkeley.




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          Cawlfield is also an Honorary Knight of St. Patrick, an honor he received in 2002 along with a group that included Dr. Manuel
Pacheco prior to his retirement from the University of Missouri system. He was selected by Pacheco to attend the first UM Leadership
Development Program during the 2000-01 academic year.

                    Asst. Athletics Director/SWA Sarah Moore
         Sarah Moore, is in her fourth year as the assistant director of athletics at UMR, where she also
serves as the senior women’s administrator and director of UMR’s intramural program.
         Moore spent 13 seasons as the head coach for the UMR cross country and men’s track programs
and 18 seasons as the head coach of the women’s track squad before moving into the administrative position
last summer. She is a 1973 graduate of Union University and is in her 27th year at UMR, where she has also
coached the Lady Miner softball and tennis teams. While serving as track coach, she completed a six-year
term as a member of the NCAA Track and Field committee. Before coming to UMR, Moore spent three
seasons at the University of Wyoming and one at Memphis State University (now the University of Memphis).
         In addition to her administrative duties within the athletics department, Moore is also the chairwoman
of the Department of Physical Education and Recreation.




  Dr. Elson Floyd                      Debbie Hickey                         Marikay Portell                         John Kean
UM System President                  Budget/Compliance                         Director of                        Sports Information
                                                                             Sports Medicine                           Director
       10               In the eyes of University of Missouri-Rolla men’s basketball
                        coach Dale Martin, the 2005-06 season ended the moment
                        the final buzzer sounded at Southern Indiana on that
                        Thursday night last February.

                        From that point, all eyes were directed on the 2006-07
                        season -- for good reason. UMR had a year to forget and
                        wanted to put that out of their minds as soon as possible.
                        With a solid recruiting class joining up with four returning
                        players, the Miners are trying to quickly erase those visions.
2006-07 MINER OUTLOOK



                        “We needed to get some guards in terms of quality and
                        depth in our recruiting class,” Martin said. “I think we have
                        been able to accomplish both of those things during this off-
                        season to give us a chance to improve.”

                        The returning group includes two of the team’s top three
                        scorers from last year and two of the top three-point
                        shooters on the squad.

                        Tyrone Davidson led the Miners in scoring and rebounding
                                                                                                      Tyrone Davidson led the Miners in scoring and
                        with averages of 12.1 points and 6.3 rebounds per game                      rebounding during his first season at UMR, posting
                        and Martin hopes that he can become a more consistent                              four double-doubles along the way.
                        player this season with a better supporting cast around him.

                        “The upgrade in our talent level is going to really help Tyrone and our other returners,” Martin said.
                        “There were times last season when those guys felt as if they had to carry the load. We hope that
                        we can find a better balance with the players that we’ve added. Tyrone is a player with a lot of
                        talent, Shea Wiemann brings leadership to our squad and Casey Noll, who had to sit out last
                        season, has a great knowledge of the game.”

                                                                               One of the returners is Wiemann, who averaged 10.1 points
                                                                               a game and hit 27 shots from behind the three-point line
                                                                               which ranked second on the team. He reached double
                                                                               figures on 13 occasions during the year despite playing with
                                                                               a nagging injury for much of the post-Christmas portion of
                                                                               the schedule.

                                                                               Also back on the perimeter is Dan Kieres, who hit 24 three-
                                                                               point baskets last season and who will be looked on to be
                                                                               more productive from the perimeter this year. In addition,
                                                                               the Miners will finally get the services of Noll, a standout
                                                                               player at the high school level who had to sit out last
                                                                               season after undergoing surgery right as the pre-season
                                                                               began. Noll stands 6-7 but has the skills to play away from
                                                                               the basket to create some matchup problems for the Miner
                                                                               opponents.

                                                                               Noll isn’t the only newcomer that figures to make an impact.
                                                                               The recruiting class included three players from the junior
                                                                               college level and two high school players that Martin feels
                                                                               can make an immediate impact.
                        Dan Kieres was one of the Miners’ top three-point
                        shooters in his freshman year, hitting 24 shots from
                            behind the arc while shooting 31 percent.
Joe Shardo, who originally signed with Wright State when                                                                  11
he was in high school, ended up at Edison State and led
his conference in scoring during the 2005-06 season.
Shardo will compete for a starting spot on the wing this
year along with Yamani Ball, a transfer from Southeastern
Illinois College.

Another of Ball’s junior college teammates, Owain Hall,
will compete for the starting spot at point guard along with




                                                                                                                2006-07 OUTLOOK/ROSTER
highly-touted newcomer Justin Taylor. The latter was an
all-state and all-metro performer in the St. Louis area at
Webster Groves High School.

Marquis Jones, a high scoring wing player from Cardinal
Ritter High School in St. Louis, should also compete for
playing time at a wing spot along with returner Yilak
Tesfaye and a pair of newcomers, Lucas Walls and Corey
Wiemann, the younger brother of the Miner senior.

“This year’s group of newcomers is going to give us some
help in the scoring department,” Martin said. “Yamani and
                                                           Shea Wiemann averaged 10.1 points a game in the
Joe were able to do that at the junior college level and I  2005-06 season while scoring in double figures on
feel that will carry over to our team this year. The                 13 occasions during the year.
freshmen — Justin, Marquis and Corey — have been
pleasant surprises and all of them should help make our team much more competitive this
season.”

The Miners will open the 2006-07 campaign with a pair of exhibition contests against Division I
opponents, facing Arkansas State Nov. 1 and the University of Missouri two nights later. The
season opener is slated for Nov. 15 against Rhema Bible and the Great Lakes Valley Conference
opener takes place Nov. 30 against defending league champion Saint Joseph’s.




UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ROLLA MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER
NO.    NAME              POS.      HT.     WT.    YR.     HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)
00     Justin Taylor       G       6-0     190    Fr.     Webster Groves. Mo. (Webster Groves HS)
 1     Yamani Ball         G       6-2     185    Jr.     Aurora, Ill. (Southeastern Illinois College)
22     Marquis Jones       G       6-2     200    Fr.     St. Louis, Mo. (Cardinal Ritter HS)
23     Dan Kieres          G       6-2     185    So.     Chicago, Ill. (Northridge Prep HS)
24     Tyrone Davidson     F       6-5     220    Sr.     Spanish Town, Jamaica (Southeastern Ill. Coll.)
30     Owain Hall          G       6-1     165    So.     Kingston, Jamaica (Southeastern Illinois College)
33     Shea Wiemann       F-G      6-6     210    Sr.     Troy, Mo. (Troy Buchanan HS)
35     Casey Noll          F       6-7     215    Fr.-R   St. Louis, Mo. (Oakville HS)
40     Joe Shardo         G-F      6-5     230    So.     Yorkshire, Ohio (Edison State College)
44     Corey Wiemann       F       6-5     200    Fr.     Troy, Mo. (Troy Buchanan HS)
50     Lucas Walls         G       6-1     190    Fr.     St. Charles, Mo. (Francis Howell HS)
53     Andrew Bartell      F       6-7     225    Fr.     Chesterfield, Mo. (Marquette HS)
55     Yilak Tesfaye       G       6-3     200    Sr.     Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Lee’s Summit HS)

HEAD COACH: Dale Martin
ASSISTANT COACH: Kerry Darting
STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH: Steve Deken
                                                       #24 Tyrone Davidson
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                                                      F, 6-5, 220, Sr. (1L)
                                            Spanish Town, Jamaica/SE Illinois Coll.
                         Returner who was the Miners’ leading scorer and rebounder in his first season in a UMR
                         uniform...athletic player who proved to be a good scorer and rebounder for the Miners on numerous
                         occasions last winter.
2006-07 MINER PROFILES


                         2005-06: Led the Miners in scoring with an average of 12.1 points per game and in rebounding with
                         6.3 per game...scored in double figures in 17 of the 24 games he appeared in...had a season-high 27 points against
                         Central Bible in one of the four games in which he posted a double-double...also scored 24 points against Kentucky
                         Wesleyan and 22 against Harding...shot 41.7 percent from the field, 76.9 percent at the free throw line and made eight of
                                                                           his 34 three-point attempts...had 21 assists, 27 steals and 16 blocked
                                                                           shots.
                                                                           JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played at Southeastern Illinois College under
                                                                           former UMR assistant coach Todd Franklin...averaged near double
                                                                           figures in rebounding last season as the Falcons posted a 19-11
                                                                           record...spent most of his freshman year as a post player for a team
                                                                           that finished fourth in the NJCAA national tournament with a 32-5
                                                                           record.
                                                                           HIGH SCHOOL: Played his prep basketball at St. Catharine High
                                                                           School in Jamaica...was a member of the Jamaican youth national
                                                                           team.
                                                                           PERSONAL: Born May 1, 1982 in Spanish Town, Jamaica...majoring in
                                                                           education...son of Lorna Robb.




                                                                            CAREER HIGHS

                                                                            POINTS:         27 vs. Central Bible (11/28/05)
                                                                            REBOUNDS:       11 vs. Central Bible (11/28/05)
                                                                                            11 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (12/3/05)
                                                                            ASSISTS:        3 vs. Quincy (2/9/06)




                         CAREER STATISTICS
                                       GP      FG      PCT.    3-PT    PCT.     FT      PCT     AST     REB     RPG     PTS      PPG
                         2005-06       24    111-266   .417    8-34    .235    60-78    .769     21     150      6.3    290      12.1
                                     #23 Dan Kieres
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                              G, 6-2, 185, So. (1L)
                    Chicago, Ill./Northridge Preparatory HS

Returning letterman who will compete for a spot at guard...was one of the Miners’ better three-point
shooters during his freshman year, hitting nearly one-third of his attempts...produced good scoring
numbers against some of the best competition in the Chicago area as a prep player...hard-nosed




                                                                                                                             2006-07 MINER PROFILES
player who has played on some top prep and AAU teams in his career.
2005-06: Averaged 4.8 points and 2.2 rebounds per game in 26 games during his freshman year...made 24 of his 73
attempts (32.9 percent) from behind the three-point line...also shot 38 percent from the field...had three double-figure
games on the year with a high game of 12 points against Lewis...also scored in double figures against Lincoln and Saint
                                                  Joseph’s...added 14 assists, 23 steals and one blocked shot.
                                                  HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 21 points, 4.6 rebounds, 3.6 assists and
                                                  4.1 steals per game at Northridge Preparatory High School, where he
                                                  was coached by Will Rey...was the Chicago Prep "Player of the Year"
                                                  in his conference in 2004-05 and earned first-team all-conference lau-
                                                  rels in the Chicago Prep Conference, a league that he led in scoring
                                                  for two straight seasons...team won 18 games while facing one of the
                                                  most difficult schedules in the Chicago area...averaged 15.3 points,
                                                  4.3 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 3.4 steals in his junior year...was a
                                                  starter in his freshman year and finished his career at Northridge as
                                                  the school's third-leading scorer with over 1,000 points...earned a
                                                  berth to the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association's all-star game.
                                                  PERSONAL: Born Dec. 3, 1986 in Chicago, Ill....son of Russ and Deb-
                                                  bie Kieres....majoring in business management...cites scoring eight
                                                  points in the final 28 seconds to help win a sectional championship as
                                                  his personal athletic highlight...chose UMR for the opportunity to get a
                                                  great education and to play basketball at the collegiate level.

                                                  CAREER HIGHS

                                                  POINTS:          12 vs. Lewis (1/7/06)
                                                  REBOUNDS:        4 on four occasions
                                                                   (Most recent: 1/26/06 vs. Drury)
                                                  ASSISTS:         2 vs. Central Arkansas (11/26/05)
                                                                   2 vs. Wisconsin-Parkside (1/5/06)




CAREER STATISTICS
               GP      FG     PCT.    3-PT     PCT.     FT      PCT     AST     REB      RPG     PTS     PPG
2005-06        26    44-116   .379    24-73    .329    13-22    .591     14      57       2.2    125      4.8
                                                         #33 Shea Wiemann
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                                                           F-G, 6-6, 210, Sr. (3L)
                                                        Troy, Mo./Troy Buchanan HS
                         Enters his fourth season with the Miners seeking to earn a starting role this year...started in 20 of the
                         25 games he appeared in last season...has been one of the Miners' best three-point shooters for
                         much of the last two years...fundamentally sound player who comes from one of the state's top high
2006-07 MINER PROFILES


                         school programs.
                         2005-06: Finished as the Miners’ third-leading scorer with an average of 10.1 points per game...hit double figures on 13
                         occasions, including each of the last four games of the year...scored a season-best 22 points in back-to-back games
                         against Missouri-St. Louis and Eckerd, followed by an 18-point outing against Tampa...had a career-high 10 rebounds
                         against SIU Edwardsville as he averaged 4.8 a game on the year...added 39 assists, 15 steals and six blocked
                         shots...shot 42 percent from the field and 71.7 percent from the free throw line...made 27 three-point shots which ranked
                         second on the team.
                         2004-05: Averaged 7.1 points, 3.6 rebounds and one assist per game...started in nine of the 27 games he appeared
                         in...scored a career-high 24 points in the season opener against St. Louis College of Pharmacy...also had a 16-point
                         outing against Missouri-St. Louis and a 15-point showing against Missouri Southern...scored nine of UMR's last 14
                         points in that game against Missouri Southern that was won by the Miners...shot 72.5 percent at the free throw line and
                         36.5 percent from the field...had 27 assists, nine steals and 14 blocked shots, which ranked second on the team.
                         2003-04: Reserve forward who averaged just under two points and two rebounds per game...started four games midway
                         through the season...had a career-high six points against Southwest Baptist as he was three-of-three from the floor...had
                         four points, five rebounds and two blocked shots in his first collegiate start against Pittsburg State...also had five boards
                         against Truman...was one of four Miners with at least ten blocked shots on the season, finishing the year with 12...also
                         had five assists and 12 steals.
                         HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 18.8 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists at Troy Buchanan High School, where he was coached
                         by Mitch Wilkins...also averaged 1.7 steals and 1.5 blocks per game as a senior...earned second-team all-state and
                                                                            third-team all-metro St. Louis honors after leading his team to a 24-6
                                                                            record...was selected as the Lincoln County "Player of the Year" for the
                                                                            2002-03 season...team lost a six-point decision in the state quarterfinals
                                                                            to eventual Missouri Class 5 champion Springfield Kickapoo...had a 21-
                                                                            point, 10-rebound effort in a sectional win over Columbia Hickman and
                                                                            had 18 points and 16 boards in a win over Hempstead, Texas, in the
                                                                            KMOX Shootout at Savvis Center in St. Louis...was a four-year starter
                                                                            at the varsity level in high school, averaging 9.5 points a game as a
                                                                            sophomore and 18.5 as a junior...nominated for McDonald's All-
                                                                            America honors.
                                                                            PERSONAL: Born August 11, 1984 in Troy, Mo....son of Kim and
                                                                            Natalie Wiemann...younger brother, Corey, is a freshman on the 2006-
                                                                            07 Miners...majoring in architectural engineering...cites the game
                                                                            against state champion Kickapoo – ranked in the USA Today Top 25
                                                                            with three players who signed with NCAA Division I schools, as his
                                                                            personal athletic highlight...chose UMR for the university's engineering
                                                                            program.


                                                                             CAREER HIGHS

                                                                             POINTS:          24 vs. St. Louis College of Pharmacy (11/17/04)
                                                                             REBOUNDS:        10 vs. SIU Edwardsville (1/21/06)
                                                                             ASSISTS:         5 vs. Lincoln (11/15/05)




                         CAREER STATISTICS
                                        GP      FG      PCT.    3-PT     PCT.     FT      PCT     AST      REB     RPG      PTS     PPG
                         2003-04        26     19-44    .432     0-0     .000   11-12     .917      5       42      1.6      49      1.9
                         2004-05        27    70-192    .365   22-87     .253   29-40     .725     27       96      3.6     191      7.1
                         2005-06        25    94-224    .420   27-95     .284   38-53     .717     39      119      4.8     253     10.1
                         TOTALS         78    183-460   .398   49-182    .269   78-105    .743     71      257      3.3     493      6.3
                                  #55 Yilak Tesfaye
                                                                                                                                      15


                              G, 6-3, 200, Sr. (1L)
                      Lee’s Summit, Mo./Lee’s Summit HS
Returner who will compete for playing time at guard...saw playing time in several games in his first
season on the Miner squad...figures to add depth at the guard position for the Miners this winter.
                                                2005-06: Appeared in 13 games on the




                                                                                                                            2006-07 MINER PROFILES
                                                year...scored a season-high three points against
                                                Lewis on a three-point basket...also pulled down 10 rebounds, with a
                                                high of four against Saint Joseph’s, while recording five assists and a
                                                steal.
                                                HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Lee's Summit North High School, where his
                                                coach was Jeremy Plowman...played on a wing at the high school level.
                                                PERSONAL: Born May 15, 1985 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia...son of
                                                Gesegesu Yemane and Tesfaye Liranso...majoring in computer
                                                engineering.




                                                   CAREER HIGHS

                                                   POINTS:        3 vs. Lewis (1/7/06)
                                                   REBOUNDS:      4 vs. Saint Joseph’s (2/4/06)
                                                   ASSISTS:       2 vs. Lewis (1/7/06)




CAREER STATISTICS
               GP      FG     PCT.        3-PT   PCT.   FT     PCT     AST     REB     RPG        PTS   PPG
2005-06        13      1-6    .167         1-3   .333   0-0    .000     5       10      0.8        3     0.2



                                      #35 Casey Noll
                                       F, 6-7, 215, Fr.
                                 St. Louis, Mo./Oakville HS

Returning squadmember who returns after a medical hardship season...brings strong high school
credentials to the UMR program...solid scorer and rebounder at the prep level...competitive and
skilled player who figures to contribute to the Miner program.

2005-06: Did not play due to an injury.

HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 16.4 points and 10 rebounds per game at Oakville High School, where he was a first-team
all-league selection in the Suburban West Conference...named honorable mention all-metro St. Louis following the 2004-
05 season and took part in the Route 66 all-star game played at UMR...shot 51 percent from the field and 71 percent at
the free throw line, while adding 30 blocked shots and 25 steals...averaged 12 points and six rebounds in his junior year
while playing at Parkway West High School as that team went 23-5...earned academic all-state honors and was selected
as his school's Post-Dispatch scholar-athlete for the year...was the valedictorian of his senior class.

PERSONAL: Born July 10, 1986 in St. Louis, Mo....son of Randy and Susan Noll...sister, Lindsay, played volleyball at
San Diego State...majoring in engineering...chose UMR because of its proximity and because of its fit academically and
athletically.
                                                               #1 Yamani Ball
         16


                                                              G, 6-2, 185, Jr.
                                                         Aurora, Ill./SE Illinois Coll.
                         Transfer from Southeastern Illinois College who is expected to compete for a starting role on the
                         front line...competitive player who has shown versatility as he can play forward or guard...was a
                         good long-range shooter at the junior college level.
2006-07 MINER PROFILES


                         JUNIOR COLLEGE: Averaged eight points but shot 41 percent from three-point range last season while playing at
                         Southeastern Illinois College under former Miner assistant coach Todd Franklin...also shot 47 percent from the field on
                         the year.

                         HIGH SCHOOL: Earned honorable mention all-state selection and all-conference pick while being named as his school's
                         "Athlete of the Year” at Aurora East High School...averaged 21 points, eight rebounds and three steals per game as a
                         prep.

                         PERSONAL: Born April 1, 1986 in Petersburg, Va....son of Sonny and Ellen Ball...majoring in business
                         management...cites a game in which he scored 46 points, which included 12 three-point baskets, as his personal athletic
                         highlight...chose UMR to help the basketball program and to become successful.



                                                         #53 Andrew Bartell
                                                            F, 6-7, 225, Fr.
                                                    Chesterfield, Mo./Marquette HS
                         Freshman who will compete for a spot at forward...figures to provide depth along the front line.

                         HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged three points, two assists and two rebounds per game at Marquette High
                         School during the 2004-05 season...shot 43 percent from the field and 64 percent at the free throw
                         line.

                         PERSONAL: Born April 20, 1987 in St. Louis, Mo....son of Wayne and Cindy Bartell...majoring in mining
                         engineering...has served as a member of UMR’s student council.


                                                              #30 Owain Hall
                                                           G, 6-1, 165, Jr.
                                                 Kingston, Jamaica/SE Illinois Coll.

                         Newcomer from the junior college ranks who is expected to compete for a spot at point guard...was
                         a good shooter and distributor as that spot...will have three seasons of eligibility at UMR.

                         JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played at Southeastern Illinois College for former Miner assistant coach Todd Franklin...played as
                         a reserve behind Tyrone Green (who signed with Southern Illinois), but did shoot better than 50 percent from the floor
                         and 43 percent from three-point range during his time on the floor.

                         HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Jamaica College High School, where he played at both point guard and shooting guard...was
                         named as his team’s most valuable player.

                         PERSONAL: Born July 20, 1980 in Kingston, Jamaica...son of Junior and Angela Hall...majoring in technical
                         communication...served as a co-captain of the Jamaican Under-21 national team and was named as the most valuable
                         player in the Jamaican championships.
                                 #22 Marquis Jones
                                                                                                                                        17


                                   G, 6-2, 200, Fr.
                          St. Louis, Mo./Cardinal Ritter HS
Incoming freshman who will look to contend for playing time at guard...was a big scorer at the high
school level where he led his conference in scoring...good athlete who played on a state
championship team for Missouri Sports Hall of Fame coach Marvin Neals as a prep.




                                                                                                                              2006-07 MINER PROFILES
HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 17.2 points -- which led the Archdiocesan Athletic Association, four rebounds, two assists
and 1.7 steals per game last season at the high school level as he helped lead Cardinal Ritter to the Missouri Class 3
state championship...shot 54 percent from the field, 48 percent from three-point range and 80 percent at the free throw
line to earn first-team all-state and all-conference honors...earned second-team all-metro St. Louis selection and a
member of the St. Louis American's "Fab Five" team for the 2005-06 season.

PERSONAL: Born May 7, 1988 in St. Louis, Mo....son of Reginald and Candias Jones...majoring in business
management...played on the St. Louis Eagles AAU team, is a good all-around athlete as he played football (as a
quarterback) and baseball at the high school level.




                                     #40 Joe Shardo
                                G-F, 6-5, 230, Jr.
                      Yorkshire, Ohio/Edison State College
Transfer from Edison State College in Ohio who will compete for a spot on the perimeter...good
perimeter shooter who should help the Miners in that regard...could also play inside and help in the
rebounding aspect.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Was the leading scorer at Edison State during the 2005-06 season with an average of 16.2 points
per game...also leading the team in rebounding with 7.9 a game and ranked second in assists with 3.1 per
contest...earned honorable mention status in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference last season as he ranked
fifth in the conference in scoring and rebounding...was a 38 percent shooter from three-point range.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned all-state honors and was a two-time selection to the all-conference first team while playing at
Versailles High School...was part of a team that finished as the state runner-up...was a two-time all-district first team
selection...originally signed to play at Wright State before suffering a knee injury.

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 20, 1986 in Greenville, Ohio...son of Jerry and Reyna Shardo...majoring in mathematics...played
on a high school team that finished 27-1, losing only in the state finals...chose UMR for the chance to play basketball and
get an education at a highly respected university.
                                                            #00 Justin Taylor
   18


                                                       G, 6-0, 190, Fr.
                                           Webster Groves, Mo./Webster Groves HS
                         Newcomer to the Miner program who is expected to compete for playing time at guard...was one of
                         the top players at his position in the state of Missouri during his prep career...good shooter who has
                         displayed strong leadership abilities.
2006-07 MINER PROFILES


                         HIGH SCHOOL: Earned all-state and third-team all-metro St. Louis selection following the 2005-06 season at Webster
                         Groves High School, as he averaged 15.3 points, 5.8 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.6 steals per game...shot 44 percent
                         from the field, 34 percent from three-point range and 73 percent at the free throw line as he was named as the Suburban
                         South Conference's "Player of the Year" for a team that extended a run of conference titles to five...was named to the
                         Meramec Holiday Tournament's all-tournament and all-Suburban South team in each of the last three seasons -- a span
                         in which Webster Groves went 73-14 and was ranked among the top six in the final St. Louis Post-Dispatch rankings --
                         while averaging in double figures in the scoring column in each of those years (13.7 points as a junior, 11.4 as a
                         sophomore)...team won two district titles in his last three seasons and reached the Missouri Class 5 quarterfinals in 2005
                         where it lost to eventual state champion Poplar Bluff, which included current North Carolina starter Tyler Hansbrough.

                         PERSONAL: Born May 26, 1988 in St. Louis, Mo...son of Nelson and Sharon Taylor...majoring in psychology...also
                         played football for a state championship team at Webster Groves...chose UMR for the opportunity to get a great
                         education.


                                                             #50 Lucas Walls
                                                           G, 6-1, 190, Fr.
                                                 St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell HS

                         Freshman who will compete for a spot at guard...earned all-district and all-conference honors at the
                         high school level...will provide depth on the perimeter.

                         HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 12 points and four assists per game last season at Francis Howell High
                         School to earn second-team all-district and all-conference honors in the Gateway Athletic Conference...also named to
                         the GAC's all-academic team...served as a team captain during the 2005-06 season.

                         PERSONAL: Born Dec. 21, 1987 in St. Louis, Mo....son of Tim Walls and Colleen Underwood...majoring in mechanical
                         engineering...cites a 27-point game in the championship game of the MICDS Tournament as his personal athletic
                         highlight.


                                                        #44 Corey Wiemann
                                                               F, 6-5, 200, Fr.
                                                        Troy, Mo./Troy Buchanan HS
                         Incoming freshman who will compete for playing time...earned numerous honors at the high school
                         level for one of the better programs in the St. Louis metropolitan area...was a good rebounder as a
                         prep.

                         HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 11.9 points and 6.8 rebounds per game at Troy Buchanan High School,
                         where he was coached by Mitch Wilkins...also averaged 1.4 steals and 1.1 blocked shots per game to rank among the
                         league leaders...was a two-time selection to the Gateway Athletic Conference’s first-team and to the Meramec Holiday
                         Tournament’s all-tournament team...was a three-time academic all-conference selection.

                         PERSONAL: Born Sept. 24, 1987 in St. Louis, Mo....son of Kim and Natalie Wiemann...older brother, Shea, is a senior
                         on the 2006-07 Miners...majoring in engineering management...cites winning the 2005 Meramec Holiday Tournament as
                         his personal athletic highlight...chose UMR for the chance to play basketball with his brother.
Player          GP      FG-FGA    PCT 3FG-FGA PCT   FT-FT          PCT     PTS     AVG    OFF     DEF    REB    AVG PF-D    MP               19
T. Davidson     24      111-266   .417   8-34 .235  60-78          .769    290     12.1    56      94     150    6.3 64-0   571
Steve Deken     27      100-190   .526    0-1 .000 104-144         .722    304     11.3    38      95     133    4.9 79-4   786
Shea Wiemann    25       94-224   .420  27-95 .284  38-53          .717    253      4.8    39      80     119    4.8 47-0   739
Chris Carr      11       30-76    .395   5-21 .238  17-24          .708     82      7.5    11      42      53    4.8 18-0   285
Marcus Seidel   27       61-193   .316 31-112 .277  38-49          .776    191      7.1    20      47      67    2.5 27-0   636
Joe Roth        26       53-136   .390    2-2 1.000 19-38          .500    127      4.9    46      67     113    4.3 81-3   569
Dan Kieres      26       44-116   .379  24-73 .329  13-22          .591    125      4.8     8      49      57    2.2 42-1   537
Willie Wright   11       15-59    .254   6-35 .171   8-26          .308     44      4.0    14      17      31    2.8 29-0   251
Neil Fehr       27       36-120   .300  13-51 .255  16-37          .432    101      3.7    10      33      43    1.6 78-3   750
Will Terry      25        14-33   .424    0-0 .000  24-38          .632     52      2.1    14      26      40    1.6 18-0   191




                                                                                                                                  2005-06 MINER STATISTICS
Yilak Tesfaye   13         1-6    .167    1-3 .333    0-0          .000      3      0.2     3       7      10    0.8 10-0   52
Jarred Caple     8         0-1    .000    0-0 .000    0-0          .000      0      0.0     1       5       6    0.8 1-0    26
Tyler Nelson     4         0-0    .000    0-0 .000    0-0          .000      0      0.0     0       1       1    0.3 0-0     7
Team                                                                                       48      43      91    3.4
MINERS          27   559-1420 .394     117-427   .274   337-509    .662    1572    58.2   308     606     914   33.9
OPPONENTS       27   714-1591 .449     245-613   .400   406-560    .725    2079    77.0   346     654    1000   37.0

ASSISTS: Fehr 51, Seidel 49, Deken 46, Roth 40, Wiemann 39, Carr 29, Davidson 21, Wright 16, Kieres 14, Terry 8, Tesfaye 5,
Caple 1, Nelson 1. MINERS 320, OPPONENTS 459.
TURNOVERS: Seidel 96, Fehr 72, Davidson 67, Deken 66, Roth 63, Wiemann 51, Kieres 47, Carr 21, Wright 19, Terry 17, Tesfaye
6, Nelson 1, Caple 0. MINERS 532, OPPONENTS 364.
BLOCKED SHOTS: Deken 45, Davidson 16, Wiemann 6, Fehr 5, Roth 5, Carr 4, Kieres 1, Terry 1, Wright 1, Seidel 0, Caple 0,
Nelson 0, Tesfaye 0. MINERS 84, OPPONENTS 64.
STEALS: Fehr 31, Davidson 27, Roth 25, Kieres 23, Seidel 19, Deken 15, Wiemann 15, Carr 9, Terry 4, Wright 4, Nelson 2, Tesfaye
1, Caple 0. MINERS 175, OPPONENTS 304.

2005-06 Game-by-Game Results
Date        Opponent                         Score          Top Scorer       Top Rebounder         Record(s)
Nov. 15     LINCOLN                        W, 83-82         Davidson 17      Davidson 10           1-0
Nov. 18     at Arkansas State               L, 56-85        Davidson 12      Davidson 9            1-1
Nov. 19     at Harding                     L, 77-102        Davidson 14      Davidson 10           1-2
Nov. 26     at Central Arkansas             L, 51-61        Davidson 14      Davidson, Carr 8      1-3
Nov. 28     CENTRAL BIBLE                  W, 79-63         Davidson 27      Davidson 11           2-3
Dec. 1      SOUTHERN INDIANA*               L, 55-70        Davidson 17      Carr 7                2-4, 0-1
Dec. 3      KENTUCKY WESLEYAN*              L, 65-69        Davidson 24      Davidson 11           2-5, 0-2
Dec. 10     at Missouri-St. Louis*          L, 61-71        Wiemann 22       Wiemann 8             2-6, 0-3
Dec. 19     at Eckerd                       L, 71-90        Wiemann 22       Roth 5                2-7
Dec. 20     at Tampa                        L, 61-79        Wiemann 18       Wiemann 8             2-8
Jan. 2      HARDING                         L, 63-72        Davidson 22      Davidson 9            2-9
Jan. 5      at Wisconsin-Parkside*          L, 54-74        Deken 16         Seidel 7              2-10, 0-4
Jan. 7      at Lewis*                      L, 81-104        Deken 18         Roth 7                2-11, 0-5
Jan. 12     BELLARMINE*                     L, 55-72        Seidel 13        Seidel 7              2-12, 0-6
Jan. 14     NORTHERN KENTUCKY*              L, 43-71        Seidel 19        Deken 5               2-13, 0-7
Jan. 19     at Quincy*                      L, 41-60        Deken 11         Davidson 9            2-14, 0-8
Jan. 21     at SIU Edwardsville*            L, 29-62        Deken 9          Wiemann 10            2-15, 0-9
Jan. 26     DRURY*                          L, 50-69        Deken 15         Deken 8               2-16, 0-10
Jan. 28     ROCKHURST*                      L, 53-76        Davidson 18      Roth 6                2-17, 0-11
Feb. 2      at Indianapolis*                L, 40-74        Wiemann 12       Deken 9               2-18, 0-12
Feb. 4      at Saint Joseph’s*              L, 58-91        Deken 22         Davidson 6            2-19, 0-13
Feb. 9      QUINCY*                         L, 64-75        Wiemann 17       Wiemann 7
                                                            Seidel 17                              2-20, 0-14
Feb. 11     SIU EDWARDSVILLE*              L, 45-79         Davidson 12     Wiemann 7
                                                                            Davidson 7             2-21, 0-15
Feb. 16     at Drury*                      L, 56-91         Deken, Davidson Deken 5
                                                            Wiemann 11                             2-22, 0-16
Feb. 18      at Rockhurst*                 L, 61-72         Seidel 19       Deken 9                2-23, 0-17
Feb. 21      MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS*           L, 60-68         Deken 17        Wiemann 9              2-24, 0-18
Feb. 23      at Southern Indiana*          L, 60-97         Davidson 17     Davidson 4             2-25, 0-19
*Great Lakes Valley Conference game
        20                 Game 1–UMR 83, Lincoln 82                                    Game 3–Harding 102, UMR 77                                    Game 5–UMR 79, Central Bible 63
                           Nov. 15, 2005 at Rolla, Mo.                                  Nov. 19, 2005 at Searcy, Ark.                                 Nov. 28, 2005 at Rolla, Mo.

                           Lincoln (0-1)                                                Missouri-Rolla (1-2)                                          Central Bible (3-8)
                                                   FG     3-PT   FT   REB   AST TP                              FG     3-PT   FT  REB     AST TP                              FG     3-PT   FT    REB   AST TP
                           Luther Glover*          0-0    0-0    0-0  0     0    0      Tyrone Davidson*       6-15    0-2    2-2 10      1   14      Tim Perkins*            1-5    1-2    0-0   11    1    3
                           Jordan Rush*            2-4    0-1    2-5  1     0    6      Shea Wiemann*           4-6    1-2    0-0 2       1    9      John Wall*              1-1    0-0    0-0   2     0    2
                           Taeshaud Jackson*       2-6    0-0    5-7  11    0    9      Steve Deken*            3-3    0-0    7-9 5       3   13      Kendrall Alfaro*       6-16    3-11   0-0   2     2   15
                           Titus Byrd*            11-21   8-13   2-4  1     6   32      Neil Fehr*              1-7    1-4    1-2 2       1    4      Arjay Johnson*         4-12    3-8    0-0   4     6   11
                           Kyle Wilde*            3-10    3-10   5-6  1     1   14      Willie Wright*         5-10    0-3    2-2 2       2   12      Will Kitchen*          8-18    5-13   4-4   5     4   25
                           James Edwards           3-5    0-0    4-4  9     2   10      Marcus Seidel           0-0    0-0    2-2 2       2    2      Nathan Schwartz         0-0    0-0    0-0   0     0    0
                           Bret Wilson             0-3    0-2    0-0  1     0    0      Dan Kieres             3-5     2-4    1-2 1       2    9      Joshua Earnest          1-1    1-1    0-0   0     0    3
                           James McCaskill         0-2    0-2    0-0  1     0    0      Chris Carr              3-7    1-3    0-0 5       2    7      T.J. Blackeney          1-2    1-2    0-0   1     0    3
2005-06 MINER BOX SCORES

                           Marcus Warren           0-0    0-0    0-0  0     0    0      Jarred Caple            0-0    0-0    0-0 1       0    0      Gabe Lumby             0-2     0-2    1-2   4     1    1
                           Cory Bland              3-5    0-0    2-2  6     0    8      Will Terry              0-2    0-0    0-0 1       0    0      Dennis Mathis          0-0     0-0    0-0   0     0    0
                           Abe Bahadori            1-2    0-0    1-2  4     0    3      Joe Roth                3-6    1-1    0-1 1       1    7      Team                                        2
                           Team                                       1                 Team                                      3                   TOTALS                 22-57   14-39 5-6    31    14    63
                           TOTALS                 25-58   11-28 21-30 36    9     82    TOTALS                 28-61   6-19 15-20 35      15    77                            .386   .359 .833
                                                   .431   .393 .700                                             .459   .316 750
                                                                                                                                                      Missouri-Rolla (2-3)
                           Missouri-Rolla (1-0)                                         Harding (1-0)                                                                         FG     3-PT   FT  REB     AST TP
                                                   FG     3-PT   FT  REB    AST TP                              FG     3-PT   FT  REB     AST TP      Tyrone Davidson*       12-22   0-0    3-5 11      2   27
                           Chris Carr*            2-10    0-0    3-6 9      1    7      Patrick Andrepont*     5-11    4-6    0-0 3       2   14      Chris Carr*             2-4    1-2    3-3 6       5    8
                           Shea Wiemann*          7-11    1-2    0-0 6      5   15      Matt Hall*              1-6    0-1    0-0 1       1    2      Steve Deken*            6-9    0-0    3-3 6       2   15
                           Steve Deken*            5-9    0-0    0-0 3      1   10      Jacob Thies*            3-5    0-0    0-1 9       0    6      Neil Fehr*              3-5    0-2    0-0 4       3    6
                           Neil Fehr*              1-5    0-1    0-0 0      2    2      Reggie Bibb*            2-5    0-1    0-2 1       4    4      Dan Kieres*             2-6    1-4    1-2 2       1    6
                           Willie Wright*          3-4    1-2    0-1 2      1    7      Lonnie Smith*          8-16    7-12   4-4 3       4   27      Marcus Seidel           1-5    0-2    0-0 3       1    2
                           Marcus Seidel           2-5    0-1    5-7 5      6    9      Cole Kee               7-11    3-6    1-3 3       3   18      Willie Wright           1-6    0-2    2-6 6       3    4
                           Dan Kieres              3-7    3-6    2-2 4      1   11      Kellen Morgan           0-2    0-2    0-0 1       2    0      Will Terry              0-2    0-0    1-2 0       1    1
                           Tyrone Davidson        6-13    0-1    5-6 10     1   17      Brandon Sims           7-12    3-6    0-1 7       1   17      Joe Roth                5-7    0-0    0-0 4       2   10
                           Joe Roth                2-5    0-0    1-4 4      1    5      Steven Barnett          0-1    0-0    0-0 2       8    0      Team                                      1
                           Team                                      3                  Jesse Bynum             0-1    0-1    1-2 2       0    1      TOTALS                 32-66   2-12 13-21 43      20    79
                           TOTALS                 31-69   5-13 16-26 46     19    83    Alex Anderson           1-1    0-0    0-2 1       0    2                              .485   .167 .619
                                                   .449   .385 .615                     Alassane Savadago       5-9    0-1    1-3 9       0   11
                                                                                        Team                                      3                   Central Bible                         29    34         – 63
                           Lincoln                               34    48        – 82   TOTALS                 39-80   17-36 7-18 45      25 102      Missouri-Rolla                        35    44         – 79
                           Missouri-Rolla                        40    43        – 83                           .488   .472 .389

                                                                                        Missouri-Rolla                        35    42         – 77   Game 6–#4 Southern Indiana 70, UMR 55
                           Game 2–Arkansas State 85, UMR 56                             Harding                               56    46         –102
                                                                                                                                                      Dec. 1, 2005 at Rolla, Mo.
                           Nov. 18, 2005 at Jonesboro, Ark.
                                                                                        Game 4–Central Arkansas 61, UMR 51                            Southern Indiana (7-0, 1-0 GLVC)
                           Missouri-Rolla (1-1)                                                                                                                              FG     3-PT    FT    REB   AST TP
                                                   FG     3-PT   FT  REB    AST TP      Nov. 26, 2005 at Conway, Ark.                                 Marty Wise*            3-7    0-3     2-2   7     5    8
                           Tyrone Davidson*       5-10    0-1    2-2 9      0   12                                                                    Keith Christmas*       5-7    0-0     0-0   8     1   10
                           Shea Wiemann*          1-7     0-4    9-9 2      4   11      Missouri-Rolla (1-3)                                          Chris Thompson*        4-9    0-0     1-2   7     1    9
                           Steve Deken*            4-6    0-0    0-0 4      1    8                               FG    3-PT   FT    REB   AST TP      Danny Gibson*          2-3    1-2     2-2   2     4    7
                           Neil Fehr*              0-5    0-2    0-1 1      2    0      Chris Carr*              2-7   0-1    2-3   8     2    6      David Bryant*          1-6    0-2     3-6   0     1    5
                           Willie Wright*         0-7     0-4    1-2 4      3    1      Joe Roth*                3-6   0-0    0-0   5     0    6      Jay McCulloh           0-0    0-0     2-2   1     0    2
                           Marcus Seidel           1-2    0-0    2-2 2      1    4      Steve Deken*             4-7   0-0    2-2   4     2   10      Melvin Hall           6-13    6-11    3-4   2     0   21
                           Dan Kieres             3-7     0-4    1-2 3      0    7      Neil Fehr*               1-6   1-2    0-0   2     3    3      Geoff Van Winkle      3-12    1-9     0-0   3     2    7
                           Chris Carr              2-6    1-2    2-2 1      0    7      Willie Wright*           2-7   2-6    0-0   4     1    6      Alex Gravelle          0-1    0-0     0-0   1     0    0
                           Jarred Caple            0-0    0-0    0-0 0      0    0      Marcus Seidel            1-2   0-0    0-0   3     1    2      Shane Sims             0-0    0-0     0-0   0     0    0
                           Will Terry             0-0     0-0    0-0 0      0    0      Dan Kieres               1-3   1-2    0-0   1     0    3      Nick Brooks            1-4    1-2     2-4   4     1    5
                           Joe Roth                3-5    0-0    0-0 5      0    6      Tyrone Davidson          6-9   0-1    2-2   8     1   14      Mike Harrington        0-0    0-0     0-0   0     0    0
                           Team                                      4                  Shea Wiemann             0-4   0-2    1-2   1     2    1      Team                                        3
                           TOTALS                 19-55   1-17 17-20 35     11    56    Jarred Caple             0-0   0-0    0-0   0     0    0      TOTALS               24-61    9-27    13-20 32    14    70
                                                   .345   .059 .850                     Will Terry               0-0   0-0    0-0   0     0    0                            .393    .333    .650
                                                                                        Yilak Tesfafe            0-0   0-0    0-0   0     0    0
                           Arkansas State (1-0)                                         Team                                        4                 Missouri-Rolla (2-4, 0-1 GLVC)
                                                   FG     3-PT   FT  REB    AST TP      TOTALS                 20-51   4-14 7-9     40    12    51                            FG     3-PT   FT    REB   AST TP
                           Isaac Wells*            4-6    2-2    0-0 7      2   10                              .392   .286 .778                      Chris Carr*             3-7    0-3    2-2   7     5    8
                           Theo Little*            3-4    0-0    2-4 5      0    8                                                                    Joe Roth*               1-2    0-0    1-2   4     1    3
                           Jim Jones*             6-12    3-5    0-0 5      1   15      Central Arkansas (3-0)                                        Steve Deken*            3-4    0-0    0-0   5     2    6
                           Dereke Tipler*         9-15    0-1    2-2 9      5   20                              FG     3-PT   FT  REB     AST TP      Dan Kieres*             2-6    0-2    0-1   2     0    4
                           Jerry Nichols*          2-9    0-6    1-2 4      2    5      LeMar Phillips*        3-11    0-2    6-6 5       1   12      Willie Wright*          2-3    1-2    0-3   0     1    5
                           Creighton Parker        0-0    0-0    0-0 0      0    0      Brandon Lipsey*         0-2    0-0    0-0 3       0    0      Neil Fehr               3-5    2-3    0-0   1     0    8
                           Kitus Witherspoon       1-6    0-0    3-3 3      0    5      Fernando Johnson*       0-2    0-0    1-2 5       0    1      Marcus Seidel           0-0    0-0    0-0   0     1    0
                           Brandon Ballard        4-14    3-10   0-0 3      2   11      Darryl Jones*          8-16    1-3    2-2 5       4   19      Tyrone Davidson        6-10    0-0    5-5   5     1   17
                           Yual Banks              1-2    1-1    0-0 0      2    3      Joey Cortez*            3-7    0-0    0-2 2       2    6      Shea Wiemann            1-5    0-1    2-2   3     0    4
                           Tyler King              0-1    0-1    0-0 0      0    0      Stephin Booth           4-8    0-0    3-4 7       0   11      Will Terry              0-1    0-0    0-0   0     1    0
                           Lorenzo Hampton        1-3     0-0    2-2 3      0    4      Aubrey Bruner           1-5    0-3    0-0 1       1    2      Team                                        4
                           Marcus Ardison          1-4    0-0    2-4 6      3    4      Frederick Campbell      2-4    1-2    2-2 2       1    7      TOTALS                21-43    3-11   10-15 31    12    55
                           Team                                      4                  Chad Wise               1-5    1-5    0-0 1       0    3                             .488    .273   .667
                           TOTALS                 32-76   9-26 12-17 49     17    85    Mitch Reuter            0-1    0-1    0-0 0       1    0
                                                   .421   .346 .706                     Alexei Korolev          0-1    0-0    0-0 0       0    0      Southern Indiana                      23    47         – 70
                                                                                        Team                                      3                   Missouri-Rolla                        28    27         – 55
                           Missouri-Rolla                        24    32        – 56   TOTALS                 22-62   3-16 14-18 34      10    61
                           Arkansas State                        47    38        – 85                           .355   .188 .778

                                                                                        Missouri-Rolla                        25    26         – 51
                                                                                        Central Arkansas                      25    36         – 61
Game 7–Kentucky Wesleyan 69, UMR 65                            Game 9–Eckerd 90, UMR 71                                      Game 11–Harding 72, UMR 63                                                21
Dec. 3, 2005 at Rolla, Mo.                                     Dec. 19, 2005 at St. Petersburg, Fla.                         Jan. 2, 2006 at Rolla, Mo.

Kentucky Wesleyan (3-1, 2-0 GLVC)                              Missouri-Rolla (2-7)                                          Harding (8-2)
                     FG      3-PT     FT    REB    AST TP                              FG     3-PT   FT  REB     AST TP                           FG        3-PT   FT  REB      AST TP
Antonio Bright*      3-9     0-3      0-0   9      3    6      Tyrone Davidson*        3-9    0-0    4-5 3       0   10      Patrick Andrepont*  3-10       1-4    4-4 6        0   11
Joplin Johnson*      3-4     0-0      4-6   9      1   10      Chris Carr*            5-12    0-2    1-1 2       3   11      Alassane Savadogo* 0-2         0-0    0-0 2        0    0
Brandon Powell*     5-15     1-3      4-4   10     2   15      Steve Deken*            4-6    0-0    1-2 3       3    9      Reggie Bibb*         3-6       0-1        2
                                                                                                                                                                   10-12        3   16
Dewayne Rogers*      4-7     3-5      0-0   1      3   11      Neil Fehr*              2-2    1-1    0-0 1       4    5      Lonnie Smith*        4-8       0-2    6-6 3        2   14
Alvin Lewis*        3-13     3-11     6-6   0      8   15      Shea Wiemann*          8-16    4-8    2-2 4       3   22      Brandon Sims*        1-3       0-1    2-2 0        0    4
Tyson Martin         1-1     0-0      2-2   2      0    4      Marcus Seidel           1-4    0-2    2-2 1       2    4      Cole Kee             2-5       1-2    2-4 3        0    7
Yannick Murry        2-2     2-2      0-0   0      0    6      Dan Kieres             1-4     1-2    0-0 4       0    3      Ceso Sprewell        5-6       0-0    3-4 7        0   13
Jeremiah Coleman     1-3     0-0      0-2   3      0    2      Jarred Caple            0-0    0-0    0-0 0       0    0      Steven Barnett       0-0       0-0    0-0 2        2    0




                                                                                                                                                                                            2005-06 MINER BOX SCORES
Team                                        4                  Willie Wright           0-1    0-1    0-0 2       1    0      Jesse Bynum          1-2       0-0    0-2 4        2    2
TOTALS             22-54     9-24     16-20 38     17    69    Will Terry              1-1    0-0    2-2 2       2    4      Jacob Thies          2-3       0-0    1-2 1        1    5
                    .407     .375     .800                     Joe Roth                1-5    0-0    1-2 5       0    3      Team                                      4
                                                               Team                                      6                   TOTALS             21-45       2-10 28-36 34       10    72
Missouri-Rolla (2-5, 0-2 GLVC)                                 TOTALS                 26-60   6-16 13-16 33      18    71                        .467       .200 .778
                        FG     3-PT   FT   REB     AST TP                              .433   .375 .813
Tyrone Davidson*      11-20    2-2    0-0  11      1   24                                                                    Missouri-Rolla (2-9)
Chris Carr*             3-4    0-1    1-3  2       5    7      Eckerd (9-2)                                                                          FG     3-PT   FT  REB      AST TP
Steve Deken*            3-7    0-0    4-4  4       3   10                              FG     3-PT   FT  REB     AST TP      Tyrone Davidson*       8-13    0-0    6-8 9        2   22
Neil Fehr*              1-6    0-2    0-1  1       3    2      Craig Hazel*           5-6     0-0    4-4 10      0   14      Chris Carr*            4-11    1-6    0-1 5        4    9
Willie Wright*          2-9    2-8    1-8  6       3    7      Chris Maddux*           0-0    0-0    0-0 2       1    0      Steve Deken*            4-6    0-0    5-104        1   13
Marcus Seidel           1-3    1-3    0-0  3       0    3      Andre King-Holland*    6-8     1-2    2-3 4       7   15      Neil Fehr*              1-5    1-3    0-2 1        3    3
Dan Kieres              0-1    0-1    0-0  1       0    0      Matt Cenatus*          5-14    4-11   6-6 4       1   20      Willie Wright*         0-5     0-4    2-4 3        1    2
Shea Wiemann            2-7    1-5    3-4  5       2    8      Damone Morris*         8-12    1-3    1-2 2       1   18      Marcus Seidel           2-8    1-5    1-2 3        2    6
Joe Roth                2-5    0-0    0-0  2       2    4      James Henderson         2-5    2-4    2-2 0       1    8      Dan Kieres             1-3     1-3    1-2 1        1    4
Team                                       5                   John Germano            0-0    0-0    0-0 0       0    0      Will Terry             1-1     0-0    2-4 4        1    4
TOTALS                25-62    6-22   9-20 40      19    65    Chase Kosterlitz        1-4    1-2    0-0 1       0    3      Team                                      3
                       .403    .273   .450                     Lance Skipper           0-1    0-0    0-0 0       0    0      TOTALS                 21-52   4-21 17-33 33       15    63
                                                               Will Hennegan          0-0     0-0    0-1 0       0    0                              .404   .190 .515
Kentucky Wesleyan                     27     42         – 69   Marcus Washington       3-6    0-0    2-2 7       0    8
Missouri-Rolla                        29     36         – 65   Guy Mavoungou           2-7    0-0    0-0 6       0    4      Harding                               30      42        – 72
                                                               Clayton Quiri           0-1    0-0    0-0 1       0    0      Missouri-Rolla                        29      34        – 63
                                                               Team                                      2
Game 8–Missouri-St. Louis 71, UMR 61                           TOTALS                 32-64   9-22 17-20 39      11    90
                                                                                       .500   .409 .850                      Game 12–Wisconsin-Parkside 74, UMR 54
Dec. 10, 2005 at St. Louis, Mo.
                                                               Missouri-Rolla                        31     40        – 71   Jan. 5, 2006 at Kenosha, Wis.
Missouri-Rolla (2-6, 0-3 GLVC)                                 Eckerd                                41     49        – 90
                        FG     3-PT   FT     REB   AST TP                                                                    Missouri-Rolla (2-10, 0-4 GLVC)
Tyrone Davidson*        2-9    0-0    0-0    6     0    4                                                                                            FG    3-PT    FT   REB     AST TP
Chris Carr*             1-2    0-0    0-0    5     1    2      Game 10–Tampa 79, UMR 61                                      Shea Wiemann*           3-6   2-4     1-2  3       2    9
Steve Deken*            5-9    0-0    3-4    5     2   13                                                                    Will Terry*             3-5   0-0     2-2  2       2    8
Neil Fehr*              3-6    2-3    0-0    1     2    8      Dec. 20, 2005 at Tampa, Fla.                                  Steve Deken*           7-11   0-0     2-3  4       1   16
Willie Wright*          0-3    0-1    0-0    2     0    0                                                                    Neil Fehr*              1-5   0-4     1-4  4       1    3
Marcus Seidel           0-4    0-2    0-0    2     1    0      Missouri-Rolla (2-8)                                          Dan Kieres*             3-8   1-5     0-0  3       2    7
Dan Kieres              3-3    1-1    1-1    3     0    8                              FG     3-PT   FT  REB     AST TP      Tyler Nelson            0-0   0-0     0-0  1       0    0
Shea Wiemann           9-16    3-5    1-1    8     2   22      Tyrone Davidson*       5-10    1-2    2-2 5       0   13      Marcus Seidel           1-6   1-3     0-0  7       3    3
Will Terry              0-0    0-0    0-0    0     0    0      Chris Carr*             3-6    1-1    3-3 3       1   10      Jarred Caple            0-1   0-0     0-0  1       0    0
Joe Roth                2-5    0-0    0-0    7     1    4      Steve Deken*            2-3    0-0    3-5 6       6    7      Joe Roth                3-5   1-1     1-2  4       3    8
Team                                         1                 Neil Fehr*              2-3    0-0    1-2 2       2    5      Yilak Tesfaye           0-1   0-0     0-0  1       0    0
TOTALS                25-57    6-12   5-6    40    9     61    Shea Wiemann*          5-10    4-8    4-7 8       2   18      Team                                       4
                       .439    .500   .833                     Marcus Seidel           0-0    0-0    2-2 5       0   13      TOTALS                21-48   5-17    7-13 34      14    54
                                                               Dan Kieres             1-1     0-0    0-0 2       1    2                             .438   .294    .538
Missouri-St. Louis (6-1, 2-1 GLVC)                             Willie Wright           0-4    0-2    0-0 0       0    0
                        FG     3-PT   FT    REB    AST TP      Will Terry              0-0    0-0    0-0 0       0    0      Wisconsin-Parkside (8-3, 2-3 GLVC)
Joey Paul*              4-7    1-2    3-4   6      1   12      Joe Roth                2-6    0-0    0-0 4       3    4                            FG      3-PT    FT    REB    AST TP
Troy Slaten*           3-12    1-6    4-4   2      1   11      Team                                      1                   Kyle Clark*          7-14     3-8     5-7   3      1   22
David Ward*             5-9    0-0    1-1   8      0   11      TOTALS                 20-43   6-13 15-21 32      15    61    Tyrone Deacon*       6-16     4-8     2-3   5      9   18
Nathan Whittaker*      2-10    0-4    0-0   0      3    4                              .465   .462 .714                      Brad Preston*         0-2     0-1     0-0   0      0    0
Jonathan Griffin*      5-14    3-6    1-2   11     6   14                                                                    Brad Ferstenou*       3-6     0-0     3-3   3      4    9
Derrell Minner          2-5    0-0    0-0   1      0    4      Tampa (8-2)                                                   Kevin Boutelle*       0-3     0-0     0-0   5      0    0
Chris Mroz              1-3    0-2    7-8   0      2    9                              FG     3-PT   FT   REB    AST TP      Chad Schleiger        0-1     0-0     0-0   4      1    0
Aaron Jackson           1-5    0-1    2-3   1      0    4      Shane Thorson*         4-9     3-8    0-0  1      1   11      Charles Reynolds      0-1     0-0     0-0   1      0    0
Sherome Cole            1-3    0-1    0-0   1      1    2      Christopher Evans*     1-6     0-2    3-4  4      3    5      Cory Brezovar         1-2     0-1     0-0   1      0    2
Team                                        9                  Jeremy Black*           3-7    0-0    7-12 16     1   13      Dave Keane            6-7     3-4     0-0   1      2   15
TOTALS                24-68    5-22   18-22 39     14    71    Mark Borders*          3-6     2-5    6-6  2      7   14      Josh Skatrud          2-3     0-0     2-2   1      1    6
                       .353    .227   .818                     Marcus Bright*         5-13    4-12   0-1  3      2   14      Mezhron Evans         1-2     0-0     0-0   1      1    2
                                                               Scott Mascio            0-1    0-0    0-0  0      0    0      Team                                        3
Missouri-Rolla                        29     32         – 61   Joe Anders             2-4     0-0    0-4  3      0    4      TOTALS              26-57     10-22   12-15 28     19    74
Missouri-St. Louis                    33     38         – 71   Matt Pezzullo          0-0     0-0    0-0  2      5    0                           .456     .455    .800
                                                               Josh Shave              0-0    0-0    0-0  0      1    0
                                                               Chris King             2-5     2-3    0-0  1      0    6      Missouri-Rolla                        29      25        – 54
                                                               Kevin Byrd             4-9     1-5    3-4  5      0   12      Wisconsin-Parkside                    43      31        – 74
                                                               Team                                       0
                                                               TOTALS                 24-60   12-35 19-31 37     20    79
                                                                                       .400   .343 .613

                                                               Missouri-Rolla                        26     35        – 61
                                                               Tampa                                 40     39        – 79
        22                 Game 13–Lewis 104, UMR 81                                    Game 15–Northern Kentucky 71, UMR 43                          Game 17–SIU Edwardsville 62,UMR 29
                           Jan. 7, 2006 at Romeoville, Ill.                             Jan. 14, 2006 at Rolla, Mo.                                   Jan. 21, 2006 at Edwardsville, Ill.

                           Missouri-Rolla (2-11, 0-5 GLVC)                              Northern Kentucky (10-5, 5-2 GLVC)                            Missouri-Rolla (2-15, 0-9 GLVC)
                                                   FG    3-PT   FT    REB   AST TP                            FG      3-PT    FT    REB   AST TP                              FG    3-PT   FT    REB    AST TP
                           Shea Wiemann*           1-3   0-2    0-0   2     2    2      Vincent Humphrey*     5-7     3-3     6-6   4     1   19      Tyrone Davidson*        1-8   0-2    4-8   3      1    6
                           Joe Roth*               5-9   0-0    3-4   7     2   13      Gavin Ludgood*        1-3     0-0     0-0   5     2    2      Shea Wiemann*           1-8   0-1    0-2   10     0    2
                           Steve Deken*           6-10   0-0    6-7   3     2   18      Aaron Smith*        4-12      4-10    2-2   2     0   14      Steve Deken*            3-6   0-0    3-8   8      1    9
                           Neil Fehr*              3-9   1-4    1-2   1     3    8      Billy Finnell*        3-6     2-2     3-4   5     6   11      Neil Fehr*              0-3   0-2    1-2   0      2    1
                           Dan Kieres*             3-8   3-6    3-4   2     1   12      David McFarland*      1-3     0-1     0-0   5     6    2      Marcus Seidel*          1-6   1-3    0-0   0      0    3
                           Tyler Nelson            0-0   0-0    0-0   0     1    0      Scott Bibbins         0-0     0-0     0-0   0     2    0      Dan Kieres              2-5   0-1    0-0   2      0    4
                           Marcus Seidel           4-9   3-7    1-2   1     3   12      David Lies            0-0     0-0     1-2   0     0    1      Will Terry              0-1   0-0    2-2   3      0    2
                           Jarred Caple            0-0   0-0    0-0   4     1    0      Harrison Morton       1-2     0-1     0-0   3     0    2      Joe Roth                1-5   0-0    0-0   7      1    2
2005-06 MINER BOX SCORES

                           Will Terry              3-3   0-0    7-8   4     0   13      Mark Hawkins          1-3     0-1     0-0   2     1    2      Yilak Tesfaye           0-0   0-0    0-0   0      0    0
                           Yilak Tesfaye           1-1   1-1    0-0   0     2    3      Mike Kimmey           1-2     1-2     0-0   2     0    3      Team                                       3
                           Team                                       3                 Kevin Schappell       2-7     2-4     3-5   3     0    9      TOTALS                 9-42   1-9    10-22 36     5     29
                           TOTALS                26-52   8-20   21-27 28    17    81    Travis Rasso          3-5     0-0     0-0   7     0    6                             .214   .111   .455
                                                  .500   .400   .778                    Team                                        1
                                                                                        TOTALS              22-50     12-24   15-19 39    18    71    SIU Edwardsville (13-3, 7-2 GLVC)
                           Lewis (9-4, 4-2 GLVC)                                                             .440     .500    .789                                           FG     3-PT   FT    REB    AST TP
                                                   FG    3-PT   FT   REB    AST TP                                                                    Mike Hardiek*          1-3    0-0    0-0   1      0    2
                           Branden Hunter*         4-7   2-4    0-0  0      3   10      Missouri-Rolla (2-13, 0-7 GLVC)                               Doug Taylor*           2-3    0-0    2-2   3      0    6
                           Pat Mongahan*           4-8   2-4    0-0  2      6   10                              FG    3-PT    FT    REB   AST TP      Ty Johnson*           3-13    1-4    3-4   4      2   10
                           Kendall Patterson*      1-5   1-1    1-3  2      7    4      Shea Wiemann*           1-5   0-2     0-0   3     1    2      Ryan Belcher*          3-8    0-2    8-10  8      1   14
                           Stephan Bolt*           2-5   0-0    3-5  4      2    7      Joe Roth*               0-5   0-0     1-2   2     0    1      J.B. Jones*            1-5    1-2    0-0   1      4    3
                           John Loeffelholz*       4-7   0-0    3-3  6      0   11      Steve Deken*            2-8   0-0     7-8   5     1   11      Ross Laux              2-5    2-3    0-0   2      1    6
                           Matt Bogue              6-6   5-5    2-2  2      0   19      Neil Fehr*              0-4   0-1     1-3   1     1    1      Martel Mahon           1-4    0-2    0-0   9      1    2
                           Ryan Sharp              3-4   1-2    0-0  0      0    7      Marcus Seidel*         5-13   3-7     6-7   4     2   19      Anthony Jones          1-4    1-4    0-0   0      2    3
                           Brian Carter            0-0   0-0    1-4  1      0    1      Tyler Nelson            0-0   0-0     0-0   0     0    0      Nick Arth              2-6    0-1    2-2   5      1    6
                           Brandon Dagans          4-5   1-1    3-4  2      4   12      Dan Kieres              3-5   2-4     0-0   2     0    8      Justin Ward            2-4    1-1    5-6   7      0   10
                           Bruno Marion            1-1   0-0    2-2  0      0    4      Jarred Caple            0-0   0-0     0-0   0     0    0      Logan Brand            0-0    0-0    0-0   0      0    0
                           Marcus Scott            1-8   0-1    1-2  5      2    3      Will Terry              0-1   0-0     1-2   3     0    1      Team                                       2
                           Dustin Warfield         5-7   4-5    2-2  1      2   16      Yilak Tesfaye           0-1   0-1     0-0   0     0    0      TOTALS               18-55    6-19   20-24 42     12    62
                           Team                                      7                  Team                                        3                                       .327    .316   .833
                           TOTALS               35-63    16-23 18-27 32     26 104      TOTALS                11-42   5-15    16-22 23    6     43
                                                 .556    .696 .667                                             .262   .333    .727                    Missouri-Rolla                       11      18        – 29
                                                                                                                                                      SIU Edwardsville                     30      32        – 62
                           Missouri-Rolla                       30     51     – 81      Northern Kentucky                     29    42         – 71
                           Lewis                                47     57    – 104      Missouri-Rolla                        19    24         – 43
                                                                                                                                                      Game 18–Drury 69, UMR 50
                                                                                                                                                      Jan. 26, 2006 at Rolla, Mo.
                           Game 14–Bellarmine 72, UMR 55                                Game 16–Quincy 60, UMR 41
                           Jan. 12, 2006 at Rolla, Mo.                                  Jan. 19, 2006 at Quincy, Ill.                                 Drury (11-6, 6-4 GLVC)
                                                                                                                                                                           FG      3-PT    FTREB        AST TP
                                                                                                                                                      Chris Ijames*        4-6     1-2       2
                                                                                                                                                                                           0-0          1    9
                           Bellarmine (6-8, 3-3 GLVC)                                   Missouri-Rolla (2-14, 0-8 GLVC)                               Matt Stell*          6-7     0-0       2
                                                                                                                                                                                           3-3          3   15
                                                   FG    3-PT   FT  REB     AST TP                              FG    3-PT    FT   REB    AST TP      Collins Harris*      3-7     0-1       7
                                                                                                                                                                                           4-6          4   10
                           Calvin Fowler*          1-7   0-3    0-0 1       3    2      Tyrone Davidson*        2-8   0-2     0-0  9      1    4      Steven Gum*          4-9     4-9       1
                                                                                                                                                                                           0-0          3   12
                           Kyle Thrasher*          3-6   0-0    0-0 3       1    6      Shea Wiemann*           0-3   0-2     2-2  2      1    2      Brandon Kimbrough* 2-8       0-0       0
                                                                                                                                                                                           1-1          8    5
                           Montonio Blake*         6-7   0-0    1-2 10      0   13      Steve Deken*            4-9   0-0     3-4  3      0   11      Josh Wemlinger       2-3     0-1       2
                                                                                                                                                                                           0-0          0    4
                           Matt Otte*             5-11   2-7    5-6 7       4   17      Neil Fehr*              1-6   0-2     1-3  0      2    3      Zack Roling          0-0     0-0       0
                                                                                                                                                                                           0-0          0    0
                           Matt Miller*          6-11    3-8    6-6 2       4   21      Dan Kieres*             1-6   1-3     0-0  4      1    3      Kenny DeForest       0-1     0-1       0
                                                                                                                                                                                           0-0          0    0
                           Jeff Wachtel            0-1   0-0    0-0 1       0    0      Marcus Seidel           3-7   2-4     2-2  1      2   10      Tim Brown            3-5     3-5       0
                                                                                                                                                                                           0-0          2    9
                           Matt Pait               1-3   1-3    0-0 0       2    3      Will Terry              1-1   0-0     0-0  2      0    2      Adam White           2-2     1-1       3
                                                                                                                                                                                           0-0          1    5
                           Jamie Jackson           2-2   2-2    2-2 0       1    8      Joe Roth                3-8   0-0     0-1  5      0    6      Lorenzo Lasley       0-1     0-0       1
                                                                                                                                                                                           0-0          0    0
                           Adam Brames             0-1   0-1    0-0 2       0    0      Yilak Tesfaye           0-0   0-0     0-0  0      1    0      Jason Jones          0-1     0-0       4
                                                                                                                                                                                           0-1          0    0
                           Andrew Parks            0-1   0-0    0-0 1       3    0      Team                                       2                  Isaac Heremaia       0-0     0-0       0
                                                                                                                                                                                           0-0          0    0
                           Clay Craddock           0-0   0-0    0-0 1       0    0      TOTALS                15-48   3-13    8-12 29     7     41    Team                                   4
                           Marcus Flynn            1-3   0-1    0-0 2       2    2                             .313   .231    .667                    TOTALS             26-50     9-20 8-11 26         22    69
                           Matt DeMasters          0-2   0-0    0-0 5       0    0                                                                                        .520     .450 .727
                           Team                                     4                   Quincy (10-6, 5-3 GLVC)
                           TOTALS                25-55   8-25 14-16 39      20    72                           FG    3-PT     FTREB       AST TP      Missouri-Rolla (2-16, 0-10 GLVC)
                                                  .455   .320 .875                      Jordan Roth*           4-7   0-0        8
                                                                                                                              5-6         3   13                              FG    3-PT   FT    REB    AST TP
                                                                                        Cameron Murkey*        2-4   1-2        6
                                                                                                                              3-4         0    8      Tyrone Davidson*        2-7   0-3    0-2   6      1    4
                           Missouri-Rolla (2-12, 0-6 GLVC)                              Cody Stoneburner*      1-7   0-0        4
                                                                                                                              2-4         1    4      Shea Wiemann*          5-11   1-4    3-4   4      1   14
                                                   FG    3-PT   FT    REB   AST TP      Andre Muse*            6-9   0-1      0-3
                                                                                                                                3         3   12      Steve Deken*            2-3   0-0    11-16 8      4   15
                           Tyrone Davidson*        5-9   1-1    0-0   2     0   11      Ryan Walker*           1-8   0-7      0-0
                                                                                                                                0         2    2      Marcus Seidel*          1-4   1-4    0-0   0      3    3
                           Joe Roth*               2-8   0-0    1-2   5     1    5      Marcus Medsker        5-11   1-4      1-2
                                                                                                                                3         2   12      Dan Kieres*             2-4   1-3    1-3   4      1    6
                           Steve Deken*            1-7   0-0    6-14  4     3    8      Joe Starnes            0-1   0-1      0-0
                                                                                                                                1         1    0      Neil Fehr               0-0   0-0    0-0   0      1    0
                           Neil Fehr*              1-6   0-4    2-2   3     4    4      Bryan Feldner          1-3   0-2      1-3
                                                                                                                                5         4    3      Will Terry              0-1   0-0    0-0   0      0    0
                           Dan Kieres*             1-5   1-3    0-0   2     0    3      Jestin Anderson        0-2   0-2      0-0
                                                                                                                                2         0    0      Joe Roth                3-5   0-0    2-2   3      0    8
                           Marcus Seidel           5-9   3-6    0-0   7     0   13      Austin Chapital        0-2   0-0        0
                                                                                                                              0-0         0    0      Team                                       2
                           Shea Wiemann            3-8   2-6    2-4   6     2   10      Sam Sutera             2-3   0-0      0-0
                                                                                                                                4         1    4      TOTALS                15-35   3-14   17-27 27     11    50
                           Will Terry              0-0   0-0    1-4   1     0    1      Bill Niemczyk          0-1   0-1        1
                                                                                                                              0-0         0    0                             .429   .214   .630
                           Team                                       3                 Matt Lafrenz           1-1   0-0        1
                                                                                                                              0-0         0    2
                           TOTALS                18-52   7-20   12-26 33    10    55    Team                                    9                     Drury                                35      24        – 69
                                                  .346   .350   .462                    TOTALS               23-59   2-20 12-22 47        17    60    Missouri-Rolla                       24      26        – 50
                                                                                                              .390   .100 .545
                           Bellarmine                           25     47        – 72
                           Missouri-Rolla                       25     30        – 55   Missouri-Rolla                        14    27         – 60
                                                                                        Quincy                                35    25         – 41
Game 19–Rockhurst 76, UMR 53                                  Game 21–#10 Saint Joseph’s 91, UMR 58                         Game 23–#18 SIUE 79, UMR 45                                             23
Jan. 28, 2006 at Rolla, Mo.                                   Feb. 4, 2006 at Rensselaer, Ind.                              Feb. 11, 2006 at Rolla, Mo.

Rockhurst (8-11, 4-7 GLVC)                                    Missouri-Rolla (2-19, 0-13, GLVC)                             SIU Edwardsville (20-3, 13-2 GLVC)
                       FG     3-PT    FT    REB   AST TP                              FG     3-PT   FT    REB   AST TP                             FG     3-PT   FT    REB   AST TP
Cory Schulte*          1-3    0-2     0-0   3     4    2      Steve Deken*           8-12    0-1    6-10  4     1   22      Mike Hardiek*         5-10    0-0    0-0   7     2   10
Kevin Martin*          3-8    0-2     0-2   5     2    6      Joe Roth*               0-1    0-0    2-4   2     4    2      Doug Taylor*           2-3    0-0    9-10  5     0   13
Joey Deas*            6-14    5-9     2-2   1     3   19      Neil Fehr*              2-4    0-1    0-2   1     0    4      Ty Johnson*           4-10    3-4    2-2   2     3   13
Aaron Hill*           7-14    6-11    2-2   2     3   22      Marcus Seidel*          2-9    1-5    0-0   2     2    5      Ryan Belcher*          4-9    0-1    2-2   5     4   10
Jon-Erik Price*        1-1    0-0     0-0   1     0    2      Shea Wiemann*           3-9    0-4    0-0   5     1    6      J.B. Jones*            5-7    1-2    0-0   4     7   11
Jordan Rider           0-2    0-2     0-0   2     1    0      Dan Kieres              4-8    2-5    0-0   3     1   10      Ross Laux              1-2    1-1    0-1   1     1    3
Joshua Kwajah          0-0    0-0     0-2   1     1    0      Tyrone Davidson        3-11    0-0    1-2   6     1    7      Martel Mahon           0-2    0-1    0-0   3     0    0
John Torson           8-11    0-1     0-1   8     0   16      Will Terry              0-0    0-0    2-2   2     0    2      Anthony Jones          3-6    2-5    0-0   5     2    8




                                                                                                                                                                                         2005-06 MINER BOX SCORES
Brent Thome            1-2    1-1     0-0   1     3    3      Yilak Tesfaye           0-0    0-0    0-0   4     0    0      Nick Arth              2-3    0-0    1-2   1     0    5
Andrew Martin          2-4    0-0     0-0   2     0    4      Team                                        6                 Justin Ward            2-4    0-1    2-3   5     0    6
Nathan Winslow         0-0    0-0     0-0   0     1    0      TOTALS                22-54    3-16   11-20 35    10    58    Logan Brand            0-0    0-0    0-0   0     0    0
Benjamin Moats         1-1    0-0     0-0   0     0    2                             .407    .188   .550                    Team                                       3
Team                                        7                                                                               TOTALS               28-56    7-15   16-20 41    19    79
TOTALS               30-60    12-28 4-9     33    18    76    Saint Joseph’s (20-2, 10-2 GLVC)                                                    .500    .467   .800
                      .500    .429 .444                                               FG    3-PT    FT    REB   AST TP
                                                              Sullivan Sykes*       9-17    0-1     5-5   8     5   23      Missouri-Rolla (2-21, 0-15 GLVC)
Missouri-Rolla (2-17, 0-11 GLVC)                              Brandon Turner*         1-6   0-0     0-0   5     0    2                              FG    3-PT   FT   REB    AST TP
                        FG    3-PT    FT    REB   AST TP      Derek Fey*             2-10   1-6     2-2   5     4    7      Shea Wiemann*           3-9   1-3    0-0  7      1    7
Steve Deken*            2-5   0-0     8-8   5     1   12      Blake Schoen*           6-8   4-4     0-0   8     1   16      Steve Deken*           2-10   0-0    1-2  5      3    5
Joe Roth*               0-5   0-0     2-3   6     5    2      Rashad McSwine*         1-3   1-2     6-8   2     4    9      Joe Roth*               4-9   0-0    0-0  5      1    8
Marcus Seidel*          2-5   2-5     2-2   3     1    8      Greg Boo                1-1   0-0     1-1   1     0    3      Neil Fehr*              1-4   0-0    0-0  4      2    2
Dan Kieres*             2-3   0-0     0-0   1     0    4      Matt Comparato          0-0   0-0     0-0   1     2    0      Marcus Seidel*         2-11   1-6    0-0  1      0    5
Shea Wiemann*           2-6   1-5     2-2   1     1    7      Kenneth DeVance         0-2   0-0     0-0   2     0    0      Dan Kieres              1-5   1-3    0-0  2      0    3
Tyler Nelson            0-0   0-0     0-0   0     0    0      Ed Leonard              0-1   0-1     0-0   0     1    0      Tyrone Davidson        3-13   0-3    6-7  7      1   12
Neil Fehr               0-1   0-0     0-0   1     2    0      Devin Thomas            2-5   1-1     6-6   3     2   11      Will Terry              1-2   0-0    1-2  1      1    3
Tyrone Davidson        7-11   1-1     3-4   4     1   18      Jocque Sheldon          1-1   1-1     0-0   0     0    3      Yilak Tesfaye           0-0   0-0    0-0  0      0    0
Jarred Caple            0-0   0-0     0-0   0     0    0      Matty Bush              0-1   0-1     2-2   1     0    2      Team                                      3
Will Terry              1-2   0-0     0-0   0     0    2      Jeremy Kreiger          0-0   0-0     0-0   0     1    0      TOTALS                17-63   3-15   8-11 35     9     45
Yilak Tesfaye           0-0   0-0     0-0   0     1    0      Ronald Coleman          6-8   0-0     1-2   1     0   13                             .270   .200   .727
Team                                        1                 Joey Cuff               0-2   0-0     0-0   0     0    0
TOTALS                16-38   4-11    17-19 22    12    53    Cortney Wallace         1-4   0-0     0-0   3     0    2      SIU Edwardsville                     44     35        – 79
                       .421   .364    .895                    Team                                        3                 Missouri-Rolla                       18     27        – 45
                                                              TOTALS                30-69   8-17    23-26 43    20    91
Rockhurst                             31    45         – 76                          .435   .471    .885
Missouri-Rolla                        21    32         – 53                                                                 Game 24–Drury 91, UMR 56
                                                              Missouri-Rolla                        28     30        – 58   Feb. 16, 2006 at Springfield, Mo.
                                                              Saint Joseph’s                        52     39        – 91
Game 20–Indianapolis 74, UMR 40
                                                                                                                            Missouri-Rolla (2-22, 0-16 GLVC)
Feb. 2, 2006 at Indianapolis, Ind.                                                                                                                  FG    3-PT   FT    REB   AST TP
                                                              Game 22–Quincy 75, UMR 64                                     Shea Wiemann*          5-10   0-3    1-2   4     1   11
Missouri-Rolla (2-18, 0-12, GLVC)                             Feb. 9, 2006 at Rolla, Mo.                                    Steve Deken*            2-4   0-0    7-8   5     1   11
                        FG     3-PT   FT   REB    AST TP                                                                    Joe Roth*               1-2   0-0    0-2   1     1    2
Tyrone Davidson*        2-5    0-2    0-0  4      1    4                                                                    Neil Fehr*              2-3   1-2    3-4   3     0    8
Joe Roth*               0-3    0-0    0-0  5      3    0      Quincy (14-8, 9-5 GLVC)                                       Marcus Seidel*         3-13   1-8    1-2   0     2    8
Steve Deken*            2-8    0-0    5-6  9      0    9                             FG     3-PT    FTREB       AST TP      Dan Kieres              1-3   1-3    2-3   1     0    5
Neil Fehr*              1-4    1-3    2-2  1      1    5      Marcin Konarzewski* 1-4       0-0       4
                                                                                                    3-4         4    5      Tyrone Davidson         3-9   1-1    4-5   3     1   11
Shea Wiemann*          5-11    1-3    1-2  8      0   12      Jordan Roth*           4-9    0-0     0-0
                                                                                                      3         3    8      Will Terry              0-2   0-0    0-2   2     0    0
Marcus Seidel           2-7    1-4    0-1  3      1    5      Andre Muse*            3-6    0-0     0-1
                                                                                                      4         2    6      Yilak Tesfaye           0-1   0-0    0-0   1     1    0
Dan Kieres              1-4    1-3    0-0  2      1    3      Ryan Walker*         5-15     4-8     1-3
                                                                                                      6         1   15      Team                                       4
Will Terry              1-3    0-0    0-0  6      0    2      Cameron Murkey*        4-6    2-2     0-0
                                                                                                      3         2   10      TOTALS                17-47   4-17   18-28 24    7     56
Yilak Tesfaye           0-1    0-1    0-0  0      0    0      Marcus Medsker        6-11    1-4     0-0
                                                                                                      1         1   13                             .362   .235   .643
Team                                       4                  Bryan Feldner          3-4    2-2       4
                                                                                                    0-0         2    8
TOTALS                14-46    4-16   8-11 42     7     40    Jestin Anderson        1-1    0-0     0-0
                                                                                                      3         0    2      Drury (18-6, 12-4 GLVC)
                       .304    .250   .727                    Austin Chapital        0-0    0-0       1
                                                                                                    2-2         0    2                             FG    3-PT    FT REB      AST TP
                                                              Sam Sutera             2-3    0-0       3
                                                                                                    0-1         3    4      Chris Ijames*          7-7   2-2     0-05        3   16
Indianapolis (3-17, 2-10 GLVC)                                Cody Stoneburner       1-3    0-0       1
                                                                                                    0-0         0    2      Matt Stell*            1-1   0-0     0-03        2    2
                        FG    3-PT    FT   REB    AST TP      Team                                    2                     Collins Harris*        6-9   2-4     3-36        2   17
Luke Blank*             5-8   5-8     2-3  0      1   17      TOTALS               30-62    9-16 6-11 35        18    75    Steven Gum*            4-9   3-7     4-44        3   15
Justin Barnard*        3-11   1-5     2-4  2      4    9                            .484    .563 .545                       Brandon Kimbrough* 4-9       0-1     6-64        4   14
Scott Strahm*           2-3   2-2     0-0  5      8    6                                                                    Josh Wemlinger         4-7   0-0     2-42        2   10
Sebastian Moore*        2-2   1-1     1-3  0      1    6      Missouri-Rolla (2-20, 0-14 GLVC)                              Zack Roling            0-0   0-0     0-00        0    0
Braxton Mills*         9-13   0-0     2-4  9      2   20                              FG    3-PT    FT    REB   AST TP      Kenny DeForest         2-2   1-1     1-21        2    6
Adam Martin             0-2   0-1     0-1  1      0    0      Shea Wiemann*          8-17   0-4     1-3   7     2   17      Tim Brown              0-6   0-6     0-01        5    0
Jesse McClung           2-3   1-1     0-0  2      3    5      Steve Deken*            2-6   0-0     0-0   5     2    4      Lorenzo Lasley         2-2   0-0     0-03        0    4
Daniel Cox              0-3   0-2     0-0  1      0    0      Joe Roth*               1-2   0-0     4-5   5     2    6      Jason Jones            2-4   1-2     2-24        0    7
Tim Smith               3-4   1-1     0-0  3      2    7      Neil Fehr*              5-9   1-3     2-4   4     3   13      Isaac Heremaia         0-1   0-0     0-00        0    0
Reed Ludlow             2-8   0-0     0-1  2      0    4      Marcus Seidel*         5-11   2-7     5-7   3     4   17      Team                                    6
Team                                       1                  Tyrone Davidson         1-7   0-1     0-0   3     3    2      TOTALS               32-57   9-23 18-21 39       23    91
TOTALS                28-57   11-21   7-16 26     21    74    Will Terry              1-2   0-0     3-4   3     0    5                            .561   .391 .857
                       .491   .524    .438                    Yilak Tesfaye           0-1   0-0     0-0   3     0    0
                                                              Team                                        7                 Missouri-Rolla                       23     33        – 56
Missouri-Rolla                        21    19         – 40   TOTALS                23-55   3-15    15-23 40    16    64    Drury                                40     51        – 91
Indianapolis                          32    42         – 74                          .418   .200    .652

                                                              Quincy                                37     38        – 75
                                                              Missouri-Rolla                        30     34        – 64
        24                 Game 25–Rockhurst 72, UMR 61                                 Game 26–Missouri-St. Louis 68, UMR 60                         Game 27–Southern Indiana 97, UMR 60
                           Feb. 18, 2006 at Kansas City, Mo.                            Feb. 21, 2006 at Rolla, Mo.                                   Feb. 23, 2006 at Evansville, Ind.

                           Missouri-Rolla (2-23, 0-17 GLVC)                             Missouri-St. Louis (14-12, 7-11 GLVC)                         Missouri-Rolla (2-25, 0-19 GLVC)
                                                   FG    3-PT    FT   REB   AST TP                              FG     3-PT FT      REB   AST TP                              FG    3-PT    FT    REB   AST TP
                           Shea Wiemann*          6-12   2-5     2-2  5     1   16      Joey Paul*              1-4    1-4  4-4     3     1    7      Tyrone Davidson*       6-14   1-3     4-4   4     1   17
                           Steve Deken*           4-10   0-0     0-0  9     0    8      David Ward*             4-6    0-0  0-0     8     2    8      Shea Wiemann*          4-10   2-6     1-1   3     0   11
                           Joe Roth*               4-7   0-0     0-2  5     0    8      Nathan Whittaker*       1-4    0-1  0-0     4     0    2      Steve Deken*            5-6   0-0     4-4   2     0   14
                           Neil Fehr*              0-3   0-1     0-0  2     1    0      Jonathan Griffin*       2-8    0-0  12-15   5     3   16      Neil Fehr*              1-2   1-1     0-1   2     2    3
                           Marcus Seidel*         7-15   3-7     2-3  3     5   19      Troy Slaten*            4-7    4-6  4-6     3     1   16      Marcus Seidel*         4-13   2-8     1-2   2     2   11
                           Dan Kieres              0-1   0-0     0-0  1     0    0      Paul DeChellis          1-1    0-0  0-0     1     1    2      Dan Kieres              0-1   0-1     0-0   3     1    0
                           Tyrone Davidson        3-11   0-1     4-5  8     0   10      Derrell Minner          2-2    0-0  1-3     3     2    5      Will Terry              1-2   0-0     0-2   3     0    2
                           Will Terry              0-0   0-0     0-0  1     0    0      Chris Mroz              4-6    4-5  0-0     2     1   12      Joe Roth                1-7   0-0     0-0   3     1    4
2005-06 MINER BOX SCORES

                           Team                                       5                 Aaron Jackson           0-1    0-0  0-0     2     1    0      Yilak Tesfaye           0-0   0-0     0-0   0     0    0
                           TOTALS                24-59   5-14    8-12 39    7     61    Team                                        2                 Team                                        4
                                                  .407   .357    .667                   TOTALS                19-39    9-16 21-28   33    12    68    TOTALS                22-55   6-19    10-14 26    7     60
                                                                                                               .487    .563 .750                                             .400   .316    .714
                           Rockhurst (11-14, 7-10 GLVC)
                                                  FG      3-PT   FT  REB    AST TP      Missouri-Rolla (2-24, 0-18 GLVC)                              Southern Indiana (24-5, 13-5 GLVC)
                           Mike Day*              1-4     1-2    1-1 3      2    4                              FG    3-PT   FT    REB    AST TP                             FG     3-PT    FT    REB   AST TP
                           Kevin Martin*          1-6     0-1    3-5 7      1    5      Shea Wiemann*          7-14   1-4    0-0   9      2   15      Chris Thompson*       6-14    0-0     3-3   7     0   15
                           John Torson*         10-13     2-2    4-5 7      2   26      Joe Roth*               1-3   0-0    0-0   7      5    2      Nick Brooks*           3-7    0-1     7-9   6     2   13
                           Joey Deas*             5-9     0-3    4-4 1      0   14      Steve Deken*            5-6   0-0    7-7   5      0   17      Keith Christmas*       1-3    0-0     1-2   5     0    3
                           Cory Schulte*          1-6     1-3    1-2 2      6    4      Neil Fehr*              0-2   0-0    0-0   0      1    0      Danny Gibson*          3-3    1-1     0-1   3     10   7
                           Aaron Hill             2-6     2-5    6-6 2      1   12      Marcus Seidel*         5-22   2-13   4-4   5      2   16      David Bryant*          2-3    2-3     1-2   0     0    7
                           Jordan Rider           0-2     0-2    0-0 2      2    0      Dan Kieres              0-4   0-4    0-0   1      0    0      Jay McCulloh           0-1    0-1     0-0   0     0    0
                           Jon-Erik Price         3-7     0-0    1-2 4      0    7      Tyrone Davidson        3-13   1-5    3-4   4      0   10      Melvin Hall          6-11     4-9     0-0   1     1   16
                           Joshua Kwajah          0-0     0-0    0-0 0      0    0      Will Terry              0-1   0-0    0-0   0      0    0      Geoff Van Winkle       3-3    3-3     2-2   6     1   11
                           Brent Thome            0-1     0-0    0-0 1      0    0      Team                                       2                  Alex Gravelle          1-1    1-1     0-0   0     1    3
                           Andrew Martin          0-1     0-0    0-0 0      0    0      TOTALS                21-65   4-26   14-15 33     10    60    Marty Wise             5-8    0-0     1-2   10    0   11
                           Nathan Winslow         0-1     0-1    0-0 1      1    0                             .323   .154   .933                     Shane Sims             0-0    0-0     1-2   2     2    1
                           Team                                      8                                                                                Mike Kalicek           1-4    0-1     3-4   1     1    5
                           TOTALS               23-56     6-19 20-26 38     15    72    Missouri-St. Louis                   27     41         – 68   Mike Harrington        1-3    0-0     3-4   0     0    5
                                                 .411     .316 .769                     Missouri-Rolla                       25     35         – 60   Team                                        4
                                                                                                                                                      TOTALS               32-61    11-20   22-31 45    18    97
                           Missouri-Rolla                        23    38        – 61                                                                                       .525    .550    .710
                           Rockhurst                             36    36        – 72
                                                                                                                                                      Missouri-Rolla                        27    33         – 60
                                                                                                                                                      Southern Indiana                      45    52         – 97




                           UMR Single-Game Highs (2005-06 Season)
                                                                  Miners                                                      Opponents
                           Points:                                83 vs. Lincoln (Nov. 15)                                    104, Lewis (Jan. 7)
                           Rebounds:                              46 vs. Lincoln (Nov. 15)                                    49, Arkansas State (Nov. 18)
                           Field Goal %:                          50.0% at Lewis (Jan. 7)                                     56.1%, Drury (Feb. 16)
                           Three-Point FG:                        8 at Lewis (Jan. 7)                                         17, Harding (Nov. 19)
                           Three-Point %:                         50.0% at Missouri-St. Louis (Dec. 10)                       69.6%, Lewis (Jan. 7)
                           Free Throw %:                          93.3% vs. Missouri-St. Louis (Feb. 21)                      88.5%, Saint Joseph’s (Feb. 4)
                           Assists:                               20 vs. Central Bible (Nov. 28)                              26, Lewis (Jan. 7)
                           Turnovers:                             30 at Indianapolis (Feb. 2)                                 21, Missouri-St. Louis (Feb. 21)
                           Steals:                                12 at Drury (Feb. 16)                                       21, Indianapolis (Feb. 2)

                           Individual Highs:
                           Points:                                27, Tyrone Davidson vs. Central Bible (Nov. 28)
                           Rebounds:                              11, Tyrone Davidson vs. Central Bible (Nov. 28)
                                                                  11, Tyrone Davidson vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (Dec. 3)
                           Assists:                               6, Marcus Seidel vs. Lincoln (Nov. 15)
                                                                  6, Steve Deken at Tampa (Dec. 20)
                           Steals:                                5, Dan Kieres vs. Southern Indiana (Dec. 1)
Individual                                                       Assists                                                                 25
                                                                 Game: 12, Michael McClain vs. Washburn, Jan. 24, 1996;
Points Scored                                                    DeMario Butler vs. Harris-Stowe, Dec. 7, 2002
Game: 43, Curtis Gibson vs. Lincoln, Feb. 5, 1983                Season: 231, Michael McClain, 1995-96
Freshman: 34, Zol Singleton vs. Central Mo., Jan. 27, 1982       Career: 394, Scott Holly, 1997-02
Sophomore: 43, Curtis Gibson vs. Lincoln, Feb. 5, 1983           Steals
Junior: 39, Norm Schuchman vs. Truman State, Dec. 28,            Game: 9, Duane Huddleston vs. SIU-Edwardsville, Jan. 2,
1961                                                             1988; Chris Dawson vs. Harding, Nov. 23, 1990; Chris
Senior: 41, Ken Stalling vs. Lincoln, Feb. 16, 1974; Duane       Alverson vs. Westminster, Dec. 8, 1993
     Huddleston vs. Lincoln, Feb. 17, 1988                       Season: 60, Rod Jackson, 1991-92
Season: 606, Duane Huddleston, 1987-88                           Career: 205, Rod Jackson, 1990-95
Career: 1,920, Bill Jolly, 1989-93                               Blocked Shots
Scoring Average                                                  Game: 8, Dave Moellenhoff vs. Missouri Valley, Dec. 2, 1985
Season: 25.9, Ken Stalling, 1973-74                              Season: 52, Brian Westre, 2000-01
Career: 21.9, Norm Schuchman, 1961-63                            Career: 162, Brian Westre, 2000-04
Field Goals Made                                                 Games Played
Game: 19, Ken Stalling vs. Lincoln, Feb. 16, 1974                Season: 31, Tim Holloway, Jeff Kokal, Cam Lindsey, Michael
Season: 269, Ken Stalling, 1973-74                               McClain, Terry Smith, Marc Tompkins, 1995-96
Career: 688, Brian Westre, 2000-04                               Career: 110, Rod Jackson, 1990-95
Field Goals Attempted
Game: 36, Ken Stalling vs. Lincoln, Feb. 16, 1974                Team




                                                                                                                                   MINER RECORDS
Season: 555, Ken Stalling, 1973-74
Career: 1,542, Bill Jolly, 1989-93                               Points Scored
Field Goal Percentage                                            Game: 133 vs. Arkansas Baptist, Nov. 22, 1992
Season: 62.1%, Jeff Kokal, 1995-96                               Season: 2,432, 1995-96
Career: 58.1%, Josh Shaw, 2001-05                                Highest Average: 90.6, 1991-92 (26 games)
Free Throws Made                                                 Most in one half: 74 vs. Ark. Baptist, Nov. 22, 1992 (2nd half)
Game: 18, Norm Schuchman vs. Truman State State, Feb.            Most in first half: 70 vs. Lincoln, Feb. 1, 1992
     19, 1963                                                    Field Goals Made
Season: 193, Bill Jolly, 1992-93                                 Game: 51 vs. Webster, Dec. 11, 1991; vs. Arkansas Baptist,
Career: 514, Bill Jolly, 1989-93                                 Nov. 22, 1992
Free Throws Attempted                                            Season: 882, 1976-77
Game: 24, Dennis Hunnicutt vs. Southeast Missouri State,         Field Goals Attempted
Feb. 17, 1956                                                    Game: 111 vs. Central Missouri State, Feb. 23, 1974
Season: 252, Bill Jolly, 1992-93                                 Season: 1,864, 1975-76
Career: 667, Bill Jolly, 1989-93                                 Field Goal Percentage
Free Throw Percentage                                            Game: 70.3% vs. Southern Indiana, Jan. 7, 1984
Season: 90.6%, Tim Holloway, 1996-97                             Season: 51.8%, 1986-87
Career (four seasons): 84.3%, Tim Holloway, 1993-97              Three-Point Field Goals Made
Career (two seasons): 84.6%, Jermaine Burks, 2003-05             Game: 20 vs. Calvary Bible, Dec. 4, 2003
Three-Point Field Goals Made                                     Season: 286, 2003-04
Game: 10, Duane Huddleston vs. Truman State State, Jan.          Three-Point Field Goals Attempted
23, 1988; Terry Smith vs. Lincoln, Feb. 12, 1997                 Game: 40 vs. South Carolina Spartanburg, Nov. 28, 1992; vs.
Season: 118, Duane Huddleston, 1987-88                           Missouri Western, Feb. 16, 2000
Career: 286, Bill Jolly, 1989-93                                 Season: 674, 2003-04
Three-Point Field Goals Attempted                                Three-Point Field Goal Percentage
Game: 18, Duane Huddleston vs. Central Missouri State,           Game: 100% vs. Westminster, Dec. 7, 1987; vs. Southern
Feb. 13, 1988; Terry Smith vs. North Alabama, March 9, 1996      Indiana, Nov. 18, 1989
Season: 245, Terry Smith, 1995-96                                Season: 48.7%, 1987-88
Career: 758, Bill Jolly, 1989-93                                 Free Throws Made
Three-Point Field Goal Percentage                                Game: 46 vs. Truman State State, Jan. 17, 1955
Season: 52.0%, Duane Huddleston, 1987-88                         Season: 565, 1992-93
Career: 51.9%, Duane Huddleston, 1984-88                         Free Throws Attempted
Rebounds                                                         Game: 59 vs. Truman State State, Jan. 17, 1955
Game: 23, Jeff Kipp vs. Missouri Southern, Jan. 3, 1981          Season: 774, 1992-93
Freshman: 21, Brian Westre vs. Truman State, Feb. 21, 2001       Free Throw Percentage
Sophomore: 18, Bob Stanley vs. Central Mo., Jan. 18, 1975        Game: 100% on many occasions (Most recent--vs. Central
Junior: 21, Derek Nesbitt vs. Missouri Baptist, Feb. 10, 1979;   Missouri State, Feb. 11, 2004)
     Brian Westre vs. Harris-Stowe, Dec. 7, 2002                 Season: 73.0%, 1992-93
Senior: 23, Jeff Kipp vs. Missouri Southern, Jan. 3, 1981
Season: 335, Bob Stanley, 1976-77
Career: 1,049, Bob Stanley, 1973-77
    26          Rebounds
                                                                            Miner Coaching Records
                Game: 85 vs. MacMurray, Jan. 15, 1966
                Season: 1,272, 1976-77
                Assists                                                     Coach (Years)                 W     L    PCT.
                Game: 43 vs. Arkansas Baptist, Nov. 22, 1992                R.R. Sermon (1918-20)          5    12   .294
                Season: 519, 1995-96                                        Roger McCune (1920-21)        8     5    .615
                Steals                                                      S.C. McCollum (1921-23)       24    14   .632
                Game: 29 vs. Webster, Dec. 8, 1992                          Frank Dennie (1923-27)        14    44   .241
                Season: 247, 1991-92
                Blocked Shots
                                                                            William Rapp (1927-32)        22    57   .278
                Game: 13 vs. Lyon, Nov. 19, 1994                            Harold Grant (1932-34)         7    18   .280
                Season: 114, 1995-96                                        Elmer Kirchoff (1934-37)      15    31   .326
                Miscellaneous                                               Percy Gill (1937-42)          15    68   .181
                Games Played: 31, 1995-96                                   Dwight Haefli (1942-49)       34    55   .387
                Wins: 25, 1995-96                                           Ben Douglas (1949-50)          7    12   .368
                Consecutive Wins: 8, Nov. 25-Dec. 29, 1986; Feb. 14-March   Dewey Allgood (1950-64)       75   217   .257
                    8, 1996                                                 Billy Key (1964-87)          278   277   .501
                Losses: 24, 2005-06                                         Dale Martin (1987-present)   223   284   .440
                Consecutive Losses, 22, Dec. 1, 2005-Feb. 23, 2006
                Conference Wins: 12, 1995-96
                Conference Losses: 19, 2005-06
MINER RECORDS




                Games with 100 or more points scored, season: 8, 1991-92
                Best Winning Percentage, season: .806, 1995-96 (25-6)
                Most Overtimes: 4 vs. Truman State State, Feb. 7, 1970
                (UMR won




                                             1975-76 MIAA championship team (10-2 MIAA)
                                                  NCAA Division II regional semifinalist




                                            1995-96 MIAA championship team (12-4 MIAA)
                                         MIAA Tournament champion, NCAA Division II regional
                                         finalist, ranked eighth in final NCAA Division II rankings
Games Played                           Points Scored                                   27
 1. Rod Jackson        110   1990-95    1. Bill Jolly         1920   1989-93
 2. Tim Holloway       108   1993-97    2. Brian Westre       1771   2000-04
 3. Josh Shaw          107   2001-05    3. Scott Holly        1622   1997-02
    Scott Holly        107   1997-02    4. Tim Holloway       1571   1993-97
 5. Jeff Kokal         104   1993-97    5. Curtis Gibson      1534   1981-85
 6. Eric Perry         103   2001-05    6. Duane Huddleston   1475   1984-88
    Matt Williams      103   2001-05    7. Rich Peters        1367   1973-77
    Chris Dawson       103   1989-93    8. Chris Dawson       1339   1989-93
    Bill Jolly         103   1989-93    9. Bob Stanley        1228   1973-77
10. Adrian Davis       101   1985-89   10. Ron Scroggins      1213   1974-78
    Chris Schneider    101   1987-91
                                       Free Throws Made
Field Goals Made                        1. Bill Jolly         514    1989-93




                                                                               MINER TOP TEN LISTS
 1. Brian Westre       688   2000-04    2. Brian Westre       391    2000-04
 2. Duane Huddleston   599   1984-88    3. Jim Good           371    1960-65
 3. Scott Holly        565   1997-02    4. Tim Holloway       348    1993-97
 4. Bill Jolly         560   1989-93    5. Dennis Hunnicutt   344    1953-57
 5. Curtis Gibson      550   1981-85    6. Josh Shaw          337    2001-05
 6. Bob Stanley        542   1973-77    7. Rich Peters        317    1969-73
 7. Rich Peters        525   1969-73    8. Ralph Farber       306    1962-65
 8. Ron Scroggins      520   1974-78    9. John Sturm         303    1957-60
 9. Ross Klie          493   1973-77   10. Curtis Gibson      282    1982-85
10. Tim Holloway       491   1993-97
                                       Rebounds
Three-Pointers Made                     1. Bob Stanley        1049   1973-77
 1. Bill Jolly         286   1989-93    2. Brian Westre        933   2000-04
 2. Tim Holloway       241   1993-97    3. Rich Peters         877   1969-73
 3. Scott Holly        223   1997-02    4. Jim Good            873   1960-65
 4. Kerry Darting      208   2001-04    5. Tommy Noel          838   1970-74
 5. Terry Smith        174   1995-97    6. Wayne Lewis         819   1965-69
 6. Duane Huddleston   171   1984-88    7. Jamie Brueggeman    712   1992-96
 7. Chris Dawson       143   1989-93    8. Josh Shaw          708    2001-05
 8. Kevin Robertson    139   1997-00    9. Ross Klie           702   1973-77
 9. Ike Muonelo        123   2001-04   10. Jeff Kipp          679    1977-81
10. Jermaine Burks     118   2003-05
                                       Steals
Assists                                 1. Rod Jackson        205    1990-95
 1. Scott Holly        394   1997-02    2. Scott Holly        162    1997-02
 2. Tim Holloway       343   1993-97    3. Adrian Davis       161    1985-89
 3. Adrian Davis       309   1985-89    4. Curtis Gibson      151    1981-85
 4. Leonardo Lucas     299   1979-82    5. Duane Huddleston   128    1984-88
 5. Rod Jackson        279   1990-95    6. Kevin Conkright    126    1995-99
 6. Bill Jolly         251   1989-93    7. Chris Dawson       124    1989-93
 7. Michael McClain    231   1995-96    8. Bill Jolly         122    1989-93
 8. Jeff Kipp          224   1977-81    9. William McCauley   117    1986-91
 9. Curtis Gibson      221   1981-85   10. Tim Holloway       105    1993-97
10. Stan Shuemaker     219   1983-85
     DeAndre Johnson   219   2002-04
      28             (Annual Leaders since 1964-65 season)
                     YEAR ......................SCORING                REBOUNDING             ASSISTS                FIELD GOAL %*            FREE THROW %*
                     1964-65...................Ralph Farber, 17.5      Martin Howard, 8.9                            John Cairns, 51.5%       John Cairns, 81.9%
                     1965-66...................Randy Vessell, 13.8     Wayne Lewis, 9.6                              Wayne Lewis, 47.2%       John Cairns, 85.7%
                     1966-67...................Randy Vessell, 16.8     Wayne Lewis, 9.0                              Wayne Lewis, 51.6%       Tom Borgmeyer, 76.5%
                     1967-68...................Randy Vessell, 16.0     Wayne Lewis, 10.8                             Wayne Lewis, 54.1%       Randy Vessell, 74.0%
                     1968-69...................Robert Hurt, 13.9       Wayne Lewis, 8.9                              Wayne Lewis, 52.4%       Kent Mueller, 80.3%
                     1969-70...................Robert Hurt, 14.2       Robert Hurt, 6.8                              Robert Hurt, 49.4%       Rex Medlock, 77.0%
                     1970-71...................Rich Peters, 18.5       Rich Peters, 11.3                             Rich Peters, 51.7%       Rodney LeGrand, 81.1%
                     1971-72...................John Williams, 20.1     John Williams, 11.4                           Rich Peters, 56.6%       Rodney LeGrand, 80.5%
                     1972-73...................John Williams, 17.3     Rich Peters, 11.3                             Rich Peters, 57.0%       Rich Peters, 79.0%
                     1973-74...................Ken Stalling, 25.9      Tommy Noel, 11.8                              Tommy Noel, 51.4%        Tommy Noel, 79.3%
                     1974-75...................Bob Stanley, 15.1       Bob Stanley, 11.0                             Ross Klie, 50.7%         Ron Scroggins, 74.5%
                     1975-76...................Mark Franklin, 14.7     Bob Stanley, 11.4                             Mark Franklin, 50.9%     Ross Klie, 72.6%
                     1976-77...................Ross Klie, 15.3         Bob Stanley, 12.9                             Ron Scroggins, 52.1%     Ron Scroggins, 78.4%
                     1977-78...................Dennis DeBondt, 13.7    Jeff Kipp, 6.3         Michael Kuesch, 84     Jeff Lewis, 50.0%        Ron Scroggins, 83.3%
UMR ANNUAL LEADERS



                     1978-79...................Derek Nesbitt, 16.8     Derek Nesbitt, 8.6     Calvin Hohrn, 86       Derek Nesbitt, 54.8%     Calvin Hohrn, 76.2%
                     1979-80...................Derek Nesbitt, 22.4     Derek Nesbitt, 11.2    Leonardo Lucas, 96     Rich Fuerman, 54.3%      Derek Nesbitt, 83.9%
                     1980-81...................Jeff Kipp, 16.6         Jeff Kipp, 10.3        Leonardo Lucas, 87     Rich Fuerman, 55.0%      Todd Wentz, 79.7%
                     1981-82...................Rickie Cannon, 17.0     Jeff Davis, 7.2        Leonardo Lucas, 116    Rickie Cannon, 51.8%     Kent Dinsdale, 87.2%
                     1982-83...................Curtis Gibson, 20.5     Curtis Gibson, 7.8     Stan Shuemaker, 85     Curtis Gibson, 52.3%     Rickie Cannon, 72.1%
                     1983-84...................Curtis Gibson, 17.3     Curtis Gibson, 6.5     Stan Shuemaker, 134    S. Shuemaker, 55.0%      Todd Wentz, 82.5%
                     1984-85...................Curtis Gibson, 18.7     Curtis Gibson, 7.0     Curtis Gibson, 67      Curtis Gibson, 55.4%     Mark Zarr, 74.6%
                     1985-86...................Bill Walker, 11.6       Mark Zarr, 7.2         Bill Walker, 100       Mark Zarr, 54.1%         Bill Walker, 79.7%
                     1986-87...................D. Huddleston, 20.0     Julius Lewis, 7.9      Adrian Davis, 81       Julius Lewis, 61.3%      Adrian Davis, 82.1%
                     1987-88...................D. Huddleston, 24.2     Tim Hudwalker, 6.4     Adrian Davis, 83       W. McCauley, 46.9%       Adrian Davis, 84.0%
                     1988-89...................Adrian Davis, 15.3      Tony Wofford, 6.7      Tony Wofford, 51       Tony Wofford, 52.0%      Eric Brooks, 84.0%
                     1989-90...................Tony Wofford, 14.0      Tony Wofford, 6.1      Steve Wands, 53        Chris Dawson, 52.7%      Paul Neeman, 77.0%
                     1990-91...................Bill Jolly, 18.6        Chris Schneider, 7.9   Danny Gold, 77         Chris Schneider, 52.0%   Chris Dawson, 77.1%
                     1991-92...................Bill Jolly, 22.5        Donnie Brown, 7.3      Rod Jackson, 112       Donnie Brown, 56.7%      Bill Jolly, 80.4%
                     1992-93...................Bill Jolly, 22.4        Chris Dawson, 6.3      Bill Jolly, 95         Donnie Brown, 51.2%      Donnie Brown, 82.5%
                     1993-94...................James Sinner, 12.6      J. Brueggeman, 6.8     Tim Holloway, 107      Jeff Kokal, 60.2%        Tim Holloway, 80.0%
                     1994-95...................Tim Holloway, 16.3      J. Brueggeman, 10.7    Kevin Fort, 83         Jeff Kokal, 56.9%        Scott Rush, 82.8%
                     1995-96...................Tim Holloway, 13.5      J. Brueggeman, 8.3     Michael McClain, 231   Jeff Kokal, 62.1%        Tim Holloway, 85.5%
                     1996-97...................Tim Holloway, 17.3      Jeff Kokal, 5.7        Tim Holloway, 88       Jeff Kokal, 57.1%        Tim Holloway, 90.6%
                     1997-98...................Ryan Pippett, 14.4      Ryan Pippett, 6.0      Scott Holly, 100       Marc Tompkins, 56.1%     Cory Brunson, 84.0%
                     1998-99...................Scott Holly, 15.0       Scott Holly, 5.2       Kevin Conkright, 91    Jeff Yoder, 49.5%        Kevin Robertson, 84.0%
                     1999-00...................Scott Holly, 15.7       Scott Holly, 5.6       Scott Holly, 81        Eric Harris, 44.8%       Scott Holly, 78.8%
                     2000-01...................Kasim Withers, 20.6     Brian Westre, 9.8      Kasim Withers, 118     Brian Westre, 51.7%      Kasim Withers, 81.6%
                     2001-02...................Brian Westre, 18.0      Brian Westre, 9.6      Scott Holly, 133       Brian Westre, 54.2%      Ike Muonelo, 76.5%
                     2002-03...................Brian Westre, 19.0      Brian Westre, 9.6      DeAndre Johnson, 111   Brian Westre, 55.8%      DeAndre Johnson, 75.0%
                     2003-04...................Ike Muonelo, 16.9       Brian Westre, 9.4      Ike Muonelo, 126       Brian Westre, 63.7%      DeAndre Johnson, 90.2%
                     2004-05...................Jermaine Burks, 20.1    Josh Shaw, 8.1         Eric Perry, 61         Josh Shaw, 54.7%         Jermaine Burks, 82.2%
                     2005-06...................Tyrone Davidson, 12.1   Tyrone Davidson, 6.3   Neil Fehr, 51          Steve Deken, 52.6%       Tyrone Davidson, 76.9%

                     *Field goal percentage is based on 3 FGM/game; Free throw percentage is based on 1.5 FTM/game.




                                   Tim Holloway                                       Kasim Withers                                    Ike Muonelo
The University of Missouri-Rolla became a member of the Great Lakes Valley
                                                                                                                                   29
Conference beginning in the 2005-06 academic year as one of three institutions
joining the conference in its expansion.

The Great Lakes Valley Conference made its name throughout the last 25 years
as a power in NCAA Division II basketball. In the last few years, however, the
GLVC has seen success in many sports, and now the league can claim itself as
one of the nation's top in all Division II athletics.

The addition of Southern Illinois Edwardsville, Quincy, Wisconsin-Parkside and
Missouri-St. Louis in the mid-1990s allowed the GLVC to become an immediate national power in several sports such
as men's and women's soccer, women's softball and tennis.

At the start of the 2005-06 season, UMR, Drury University and Rockhurst University – all of whom have had a good deal
of success at the regional and national levels in various sports – have enhanced the league’s reputation at the NCAA
Division II level.

Along with its expansion came the hiring of the league's first full-time commissioner in 1996. In 2001, an associate com-
missioner was also added to the full-time conference staff and the GLVC’s first full-time sports information director was
added in the summer of 2006.

The formation of the GLVC can be traced as far back as 1972 when the athletic directors of three member schools -




                                                                                                                              GLVC PROFILE
Kentucky Wesleyan, Bellarmine and Indiana State University at Evansville (now the University of Southern Indiana) -
began preliminary discussions about forming a basketball conference. Four years later, the University of Indianapolis
and Saint Joseph's College expressed interest. On July 7, 1978, those schools - along with Ashland University - united
to become the GLVC.

Since formulation of the conference, seven schools have joined the league: Lewis University (1980), Indiana-Purdue at
Fort Wayne (1984), Northern Kentucky University (1985), Kentucky State University (1989), Quincy University (1994),
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (1994), University of Wisconsin-Parkside (1994) and UM-St. Louis (1995). Ash-
land and Kentucky State left the conference after the 1994 season. IPFW left the GLVC following the 2000-01 academic
year.

The conference expanded to include women's basketball in 1983-84 and immediately established a women's-men's dou-
bleheader format in league play to ensure maximum exposure for both squads. The GLVC plays its games on Thursday
and Saturday nights in November, December, January and February.

The GLVC can claim schools in all of the Midwest major media markets, with schools in Milwaukee/Northern Illinois
(UW-Parkside), Chicago (Lewis), Indianapolis (Indianapolis), Cincinnati (Northern Kentucky), Louisville (Bellarmine),
Evansville (Southern Indiana), Owensboro (Kentucky Wesleyan), and St. Louis (SIU Edwardsville/UM-St. Louis).

The conference sponsors 17 championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, indoor and outdoor track
and field, and tennis for men and basketball, cross country, softball, soccer, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field,
golf, and volleyball for women.

In 2001, the league announced the creation of the GLVC Hall of Fame, with the first class being inducted in 2002.

              GLVC Member Institutions                         Jim Naumovich, a former sports information director and
        Bellarmine University, Louisville, Ky.                 director of athletics at Quincy University, is in his sixth
          Drury University, Springfield, Mo.                   year as the commissioner of the GLVC. Amanda Brickel
     University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Ind.            serves as the league’s assistant commissioner, while
                                                               Tom Daeger handles the conference’s sports information
    Kentucky Wesleyan College, Owensboro, Ky.
                                                               duties. The league offices are located in Indianapolis.
           Lewis University, Romeoville, Ill.
       University of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla, Mo.                Dr. John Meisel, the NCAA institutional representative
   University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, Mo.            from Southern Illinois Edwardsville, currently serves as
 Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, Ky.           the GLVC president. Ann Jirkovsky, who is Bellarmine’s
             Quincy University, Quincy, Ill.                   institutional representative, is the league’s vice-president
       Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Mo.                  and Southern Indiana’s Scott Gordon is the conference
      Saint Joseph’s College, Renssalaer, Ind.                 treasurer.
 Southern Illinois Univ. Edwardsville, Edwardsville, Ill.
   University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, Ind.
  University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, Wis.
    30         INDIVIDUAL RECORDS                                             Free Throw Percentage (Min. 13 made)
                                                                              Game: 100.0, Melvin Wood (13-13), St. Joseph's vs. Lewis,
               Points                                                         March 5, 1983; Neville Brown (13-13), St. Joseph's vs.
               Game: 52, Gary Paul, Indianapolis vs. Northern Kentucky,       Southern Indiana, Jan. 19, 1980
               Jan. 14, 1988                                                  Season: 100.0, Paul Cluxton (64-64), Northern Kentucky
               Season: 591, David Logan, Indianapolis (2004-05)               (1996-97)
               Career: 1,637, David Logan, Indianapolis (2001-2005)           Career: 94.2, Paul Cluxton, Northern Kentucky (180-191)
                                                                              (1993-97)
               Point Average
               Season: 29.6, David Logan, Indianapolis (2004-05)              Rebounds
               Career: 22.6, Buddy Cox, Bellarmine (1981-84)                  Game: 26, Duron Hebron, Southern Indiana vs. Kentucky
                                                                              State, Feb. 13, 1993
               Field Goals                                                    Season: 237, Antonio Garcia, Kentucky Wesleyan (1997-98)
               Game: 19, Ron Rutland, Indianapolis (1990-91); Chris           Career: 716, Chris Bowles, Southern Indiana (1990-94)
               Bowles, Southern Indiana vs. Northern Kentucky, Feb. 14,
               1991                                                           Rebound Average
               Season: 206, David Logan, Indianapolis (2004-05)               Season: 13.2, Antonio Garcia, Kentucky Wesleyan (237 in 18
               Career: 440, Gary Paul, Indianapolis (1986-90)                 games), 1997-98
                                                                              Career: 9.9, Mike King, (219 in 22 games), Ashland (1981-84)
               Field Goal Attempts
               Game: 31, Andy Foster, Indianapolis vs. UW-Parkside, Feb.      Assists
               3, 2001                                                        Game: 17, Jamie Holden, Saint Joseph’s; Feb. 26, 2004;
               Season: 361, Andy Foster, Indianapolis (2000-01)               Tyrone Tate, Southern Indiana, Feb. 10, 1994
GLVC RECORDS




               Career: 1,018, Gary Paul, Indianapolis (1986-90)               Season: 182, Lawrence Jordan, IUPU-Ft. Wayne (1989-90)
                                                                              Career: 535, Jamie Holden, Saint Joseph’s, (2001-04)
               Field Goal Percentage (Min. 11 made)
               Game: 100, Jamie Whetstone, Indianapolis 11-11 Jan. 6,         TEAM RECORDS
               1990
               Season: 77.2, Larry Tucker, Lewis (122-158) (1981-82)          Points
               Career: 72.2, Larry Tucker, Lewis (1981-83)                    Game: 139, Southern Indiana vs. Indianapolis, March 3, 1983
                                                                              Season: 1,761, Southern Indiana (1993-94)
               Three-Point Field Goals Made
               Game: 10, Kyle Persinger, Indianapolis (3/2/91); Duane         Point Average
               Shears, IUPU-Ft. Wayne, Feb. 27, 1992; Paul Cluxton,           Season: 97.8, Southern Indiana (1993-94)
               Northern Kentucky, Jan. 20, 1997
               Season: 74, Paul Cluxton, Northern Kentucky (1995-96)          Defensive Average
               Career: 222, Craig Sanders, Northern Kentucky (1998-2002)      Season: 61.1, Lewis (733 in 12 games)

               Three-Point Field Goals Attempted                              Scoring Margin
               Game: 17, Andy Foster, Indianapolis (2/13/99); Kyle            Game: 70, Kentucky Wesleyan vs. Northern Kentucky (117-
               Persinger, Indianapolis, March 2, 1991                         47), Jan. 19, 1990
               Season: 214, Andy Foster, Indianapolis (2000-01)               Season: 17.3, Southern Indiana (1993-94)
               Career: 485, Gary Paul, Indianapolis (1986-90)
                                                                              Field Goals
               Three-Point Field Goal Percentage                              Game: 57, Southern Indiana vs. Indianapolis, March 3, 1983
               Game: 90.9, Duane Shears, IUPU-Ft. Wayne (10-11), Feb.         Season: 639, Southern Indiana (1995-96)
               27, 1992
               Season: .565, Paul Cluxton, Northern Kentucky (74-131)         Field Goal Attempts
               (1995-96)                                                      Game: 100, Ashland vs. Indianapolis, Jan. 26, 1980
               Career: .507, Paul Cluxton, Northern Kentucky (189-373)        Season: 1,359, Missouri-St. Louis, (1998-99)
               (1993-97)
                                                                              Field Goal Percentage
               Free Throws                                                    Game: 77.0, Southern Indiana (57-74) vs. Indianapolis,
               Game: 20, Duane Hebron, Southern Indiana, Feb. 13, 1993        March 3, 1983
               Season: 133, Jonathan Griffin, Missouri-St. Louis, (2003-04)   Season: 63.3, Lewis (379-598) (1981-82)
               Career: 229, Sean Gibson, IUPU-Ft. Wayne (1989-92)
               Consecutive: 66, Paul Cluxton, Northern Kentucky (over two     Three-Point Field Goals Made
                    seasons) (1996-97)                                        Game: 18, Southern Indiana vs. IUPU-Ft. Wayne, Feb. 15,
                                                                              1997
               Free Throw Attempts                                            Season: 176, Ashland (1995-96)
               Game: 26, Duane Hebron, Southern Indiana, Feb. 13, 1993
               Season: 178, Jonathan Griffin, Missouri-St. Louis, (2003-04)   Three-Point Field Goals Attempted
               Career: 324, Sean Gibson, IUPU-Ft. Wayne (1989-92)             Game: 36, Bellarmine vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, Jan. 19, 1995;
                                                                              Bellarmine vs. Indianapolis, Feb. 2, 1995
                                                                              Season: 523, Indianapolis (2000-01)
Three-Point Field Goal Percentage
                                                                      Great Lakes Valley Conference                                                       31
Game: 72.2, IUPU-Ft. Wayne vs. Saint Joseph's (13-18), Jan.
9, 1997                                                                Men’s Basketball Champions
Season: 48.1, Kentucky Wesleyan (113-235) (1986-87)

Free Throws
                                                              Regular Season
Game: 51, Bellarmine vs. Ashland, Jan. 24, 1994               1978-79 ............................................... Saint Joseph’s (7-1)
Season: 483, Southern Indiana (1995-96)                       1979-80 ........................................... Southern Indiana (8-2)
                                                              1980-81 ........................................... Southern Indiana (8-3)
Free Throw Attempts                                           1981-82 ............................................................Lewis (10-2)
Game: 69, Bellarmine vs. Ashland, Jan. 24, 1994               1982-83 ..................................... Kentucky Wesleyan (10-2)
Season: 674, Southern Indiana (1995-96)                       1983-84 ..................................... Kentucky Wesleyan (10-2)
                                                              1984-85 ............Ky. Wesleyan, Lewis, Southern Ind. (10-4)
Free Throw Percentage (Min. 23 made)                          1985-86 ............................................................Lewis (13-3)
Game: 100.0, Northern Kentucky (23-23) vs. Bellarmine, Feb.
22, 1992
                                                              1986-87 ....................... Ky. Wesleyan, Southern Ind. (13-3)
Season: 79.3 Indianapolis (1999-2000)                         1987-88 ..........................Kentucky Wesleyan, Lewis (12-4)
                                                              1988-89 ..................................... Kentucky Wesleyan (13-3)
Rebounds                                                      1989-90 ..................................... Kentucky Wesleyan (16-2)
Game: 67, St. Joseph's vs. Ashland, Feb. 18, 1980             1990-91 ............ Ashland, Bellarmine, Ky. Wesleyan (14-4)
Season: 823, Southern Indiana (1996-97)                       1991-92 ...... Ashland, Ky. Wesleyan, Saint Joseph’s (13-5)
                                                              1992-93 ........................ Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne (15-3)
Rebound Average                                               1993-94 ......................................... Southern Indiana (16-2)




                                                                                                                                                     GLVC RECORDS
Season: 44.9, Ashland (449 in 10 games) (1980-81)             1994-95 ..... Kentucky Wesleyan, Northern Kentucky (16-2)
Rebound Margin
                                                              1995-96 ......................................... Southern Indiana (18-2)
Season: +8.2, Southern Indiana (41.0-32.8) (1992-93)          1996-97 ... Indianapolis, Northern Ky., Southern Ind. (16-4)
                                                              1997-98 ..................................... Kentucky Wesleyan (17-2)
Assists                                                       1998-99 ..................................... Kentucky Wesleyan (20-2)
Game: 33, IUPU-Ft. Wayne vs. Indianapolis, Feb. 27, 1992;     1999-00 ..................................... Kentucky Wesleyan (18-2)
Southern Indiana vs. Indianapolis, March 3, 1993;             2000-01 ......................................... Southern Indiana (18-2)
Indianapolis vs. St. Joseph's, Feb. 21, 1981                  2001-02 ..................................... Kentucky Wesleyan (19-1)
Season: 477, Southern Indiana (1996-97)                       2002-03 ......... Northern Kentucky, Southern Indiana (16-4)
                                                              2003-04 ............................................................Lewis (16-4)
Assist Average
Season: 21.3, Indianapolis (213 in 10 games) (1980-81)
                                                              2004-05 ......................................... Southern Indiana (18-2)
                                                              2005-06 ............................ Drury, Quincy, SIU Edwardsville
                                                              .......... Southern Indiana (14-5/W); Saint Joseph’s (17-2/E)

                                                              Post-Season Tournament
                                                              1997-98 ................................................Kentucky Wesleyan
                                                              1998-99 ................................................Kentucky Wesleyan
                                                              1999-00 ................................................Kentucky Wesleyan
                                                              2000-01 ................................................Kentucky Wesleyan
                                                              2001-02 ...................................................................... Lewis
                                                              2002-03 ..................................................Northern Kentucky
                                                              2003-04 ................................................Kentucky Wesleyan
                                                              2004-05 .................................................... Southern Indiana
                                                              2005-06 ........................................................ Saint Joseph’s




     Brian Westre ranks as the Miners’ second-leading
          scorer and rebounder in school history.
       32                                                              FIRST LAST                ILLINOIS (cont.)
                                                           RECORD      GAME MEETING                  So. Ill.-Edwardsville.. 10-7        1960    2006 (L, 79-45)
                         ALABAMA                                                                     Western Illinois ............ 0-2   1978    1979 (L, 80-71)
                            Alabama-Birmingham .. 0-1                  1979   1979 (L, 100-65)
                            Montevallo ................... 0-1         1998   1998 (L, 76-63)    INDIANA
                            North Alabama ............ 0-2             1996   1997 (L, 70-68)        Anderson                   0-1      1956   1956 (L, 81-67)
                                                                                                     Bethel                     2-0      1964   1964 (W, 81-79)
                         ALASKA                                                                      Evansville                 0-1      1992   1992 (L, 82-73)
                            Alaska-Anchorage ....... 2-0               1977   2001 (W, 78-76)        Indiana St.-Southeast      2-0      1984   1988 (W, 73-67)
                                                                                                     Indianapolis               0-1      2006   2006 (L, 74-40)
                         ARIZONA                                                                     Oakland City               2-0      1989   1999 (W, 78-76)
                             Grand Canyon ............. 0-1            1992   1992 (L, 92-74)        Saint Joseph’s             1-1      1994   2006 (L, 91-58)
                             Northern Arizona ......... 1-0            1992   1992 (W, 95-85)        Southern Indiana           2-3      1984   2006 (L, 97-60)
ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS


                         ARKANSAS                                                                IOWA
                            Arkansas-Monticello .... 1-0               1975   1975 (W, 84-66)       Graceland                   0-1      1980 1980 (L, 78-77)
                            Arkansas-Pine Bluff ..... 3-2              1991   1991 (L, 69-66)       Morningside                 1-0      1979 1979 (W, 75-72)
                            Arkansas Baptist ......... 3-0             1997   1998 (W, 105-71)      William Penn                6-0      1962 2000 (W, 81-52)
                            Arkansas State ........... 2-10            1938   2005 (L, 85-56)
                            Arkansas Tech ............ 2-2             1979   1997 (W, 69-68)    KANSAS
                            Central Arkansas......... 0-1              2005   2005 (L, 61-51)       Baker                        1-1     1980   1982 (L, 82-74)
                            Harding........................ 1-2        1990   2006 (L, 72-63)       Benedictine                  1-0     1991   1991 (W, 112-98)
                            Henderson State ......... 1-1              1960   2004 (L, 46-45)       Emporia State               8-13     1992   2005 (L, 70-61)
                            John Brown ................. 6-1           1959   1990 (W, 82-71)       Fort Hays State              1-1     1954   1956 (W, 70-64)
                            Lyon ............................ 8-0      1976   1999 (W, 83-65)       Kansas State                 0-1     1991   1991 (L, 90-78)
                            Ouachita Baptist .......... 1-0            2004   2004 (W, 61-60)       Ottawa                       1-0     1961   1961 (W, 95-61)
                            University of the Ozarks1-0                2002   2002 (W, 86-71)       Pittsburg State            19-32     1967   2005 (L, 72-66)
                                                                                                    Washburn                    7-23     1976   2005 (L, 79-69)
                         COLORADO
                            Colorado Christian....... 1-0              2001   2001 (W, 73-71)    KENTUCKY
                            Colo. School of Mines . 2-1                1982   1995 (W, 96-75)       Bellarmine                  1-3      1983   2006 (L, 72-55)
                            Regis ........................... 2-0      1966   2001 (W, 68-65)       Cumberland                  0-1      1984   1984 (L, 75-66)
                                                                                                    Kentucky Wesleyan           1-2      1976   2005 (L, 69-65)
                         CONNECTICUT                                                                Northern Kentucky           0-1      2006   2006 (L, 71-43)
                            New Haven.................. 1-0            1977   1977 (W, 87-46)       Pikeville                   0-1      1981   1981 (L, 85-74)

                         FLORIDA                                                                 LOUISIANA
                            Barry............................ 0-1      2000   2000 (L, 87-72)       Grambling                   0-1      1976 1976 (L, 67-61)
                            Eckerd ......................... 2-2       1990   2005 (L, 90-71)       McNeese State               0-1      1966 1966 (L, 73-55)
                            Florida Tech ............... 1-0           1992   1992 (W, 103-85)      Nicholls State              1-0      1961 1961 (W, 74-72)
                            Lynn ............................ 0-1      2000   2000 (L, 90-65)
                            North Florida................ 0-1          1999   1999 (L, 75-66)    MARYLAND
                            Nova Southeastern...... 1-0                1996   1996 (W, 83-68)       Baltimore                   1-0      1974 1974 (W, 63-59)
                            Tampa ......................... 0-2        1990   2005 (L, 79-61)
                                                                                                 MICHIGAN
                         GEORGIA                                                                    Grand Valley State          2-0      1991   1994 (W, 79-70)
                            Morehouse .................. 1-0           1999   1999 (W, 82-73)       Hillsdale                   0-1      2002   2002 (L, 81-68)
                            Savannah State........... 0-1              1981   1981 (L, 70-59)       Michigan Tech               0-1      1993   1993 (L, 79-67)
                                                                                                    Oakland                     1-1      1991   1994 (L, 103-73)
                         HAWAII                                                                     Shaw                        1-0      1979   1979 (W, 68-64)
                            BYU-Hawaii ................. 0-1           2001   2001 (L, 89-79)
                                                                                                 MISSISSIPPI
                         ILLINOIS                                                                   Mississippi                 0-1      1984 1984 (L, 86-62)
                             Blackburn .................... 4-2        1954   1959 (W, 80-61)
                             Eastern Illinois ............. 1-4        1959   1976 (L, 70-48)    MISSOURI
                             Elmhurst ...................... 1-0       1975   1975 (W, 77-53)       Baptist Bible          1-0           1982   1982 (W, 71-69)
                             Greenville .................... 4-1       1954   1958 (W, 98-67)       Calvary Bible           1-0          2003   2003 (W, 127-42)
                             Illinois .......................... 0-1   1975   1975 (L, 67-65)       Central Bible           2-0          2003   2005 (W, 79-63)
                             Illinois-Chicago ............ 1-1         1971   1971 (W, 79-60)       Central Methodist     12-6           1923   1967 (W, 89-57)
                             Illinois College ............. 3-0        1923   1993 (W, 96-75)       Central Missouri     32-111          1919   2005 (L, 70-46)
                             Lewis .......................... 0-1      2006   2006 (L, 104-81)      College of the Ozarks 1-0            1971   1971 (W, 92-62)
                             Loyola.......................... 0-1      1972   1972 (L, 93-69)       Concordia Seminary 2-4               1923   1972 (W, 59-51)
                             MacMurray .................. 3-1          1965   1966 (W, 86-77)       Culver-Stockton       10-3           1922   1991 (W, 110-99)
                             McKendree ................. 6-14          1915   1998 (W, 99-80)       Drury                 31-56          1909   2006 (L, 91-56)
                             Millikin.......................... 2-3    1921   1926 (L, 38-17)       Evangel                12-3          1959   1990 (W, 67-63)
                             Parks ........................... 8-0     1944   1985 (W, 95-52)       Fort Leonard Wood       9-0          1943   1945 (W, 43-42)
                             Principia....................... 7-0      1947   1965 (W, 73-57)       Hannibal-LaGrange       1-0          1998   1998 (W, 68-54)
                             Quincy ........................ 5-6       1984   2006 (L, 75-64)       Harris-Stowe          44-8           1943   2002 (W, 91-60)
                             Robt. Morris-Spgfld. .... 2-0             2003   2004 (W, 80-53)       Jefferson              1-0           1941   1941 (W, 49-15)
                             Scott Air Force Base ... 5-1              1946   1950 (L, 58-45)       Lincoln               34-36          1955   2005 (W, 83-82)
                             Shurtleff ....................... 3-8     1925   1951 (L, 73-58)       Lindenwood             9-0           1980   1995 (W, 87-82)
                             So. Ill.-Carbondale....... 0-7            1955   1979 (L, 85-74)       Maryville              10-0          1980   2001 (W, 88-65)
MISSOURI (cont.)                                                          Angelo State................ 0-1         1985   1985 (L, 64-57)             33
   Missouri                         0-1    1922   1922 (L, 33-19)         Incarnate Word............ 0-1           2002   2002 (L, 68-49)
   Missouri-Kansas City 1-1                1978   1979 (W, 104-84)        LeTourneau ................. 0-1         1980   1980 (L, 86-81)
   Missouri-St. Louis 20-24                1967   2006 (L, 68-60)         Rice ............................. 0-2   1997   1998 (L, 69-59)
   Missouri Baptist                 5-0    1979   1996 (W, 90-59)         St. Edward's ................ 1-1        2002   2005 (L, 63-60)
   Missouri Southern              13-24    1968   2005 (W, 74-68)         St. Mary’s .................... 0-1      1997   1997 (L, 78-67)
   Missouri Valley                 23-3    1928   1987 (W, 69-66)         Sam Houston State ..... 0-1              1966   1966 (L, 91-72)
   Missouri Western ..... 7-19             1987   2005 (L, 73-54)         Southwest Texas St. ... 0-1              1974   1974 (L, 79-73)
   Northwest Missouri.... 47-96            1913   2005 (L, 76-51)         Stephen F. Austin........ 0-1            1969   1969 (L, 86-58)
   Rockhurst .................. 5-6        1988   2006 (L, 72-61)         Tarleton State.............. 0-1         1998   1998 (L, 73-71)
   St. Louis .................... 13-25    1919   1943 (L, 62-39)         Texas-Arlington ........... 1-1          1968   1970 (W, 67-64)
   St. Louis Pharmacy 1-0                  2004   2004 (W, 72-33)         Texas A&M-Commerce1-0                    1985   1985 (W, 82-70)
   Southeast Missouri... 30-101            1911   2000 (L, 87-63)         Trinity .......................... 0-2   1967   1968 (L, 93-70)




                                                                                                                                            ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENTS
   Southwest Baptist ..... 17-27           1967   2005 (L, 52-48)         West Texas A&M......... 0-2              1986   1993 (L, 84-67)
   Southwest Missouri .. 25-102            1909   1981 (L, 68-65)
   Tarkio .......................... 3-5   1922   1962 (W, 81-61)    VIRGINIA
   Truman State State.. 47-91              1923   2005 (L, 66-56)       Norfolk State................ 0-1          1974 1974 (L, 87-74)
   Vichy AFB ................... 1-0       1943   1943 (W, 50-23)
   Washington University 3-40              1916   1970 (L, 68-64)    WASHINGTON
   Webster....................... 4-0      1986   1992 (W, 119-47)      Central Washington..... 1-0                1995 1995 (W, 75-69)
   Westminster .............. 38-33        1921   2005 (W, 78-60)       St. Martin’s .................. 1-0        1993 1993 (W, 83-69)
   William Jewell............ 11-13        1919   1962 (L, 83-70)       Seattle Pacific.............. 1-0          1993 1993 (W, 81-68)

MONTANA                                                              WEST VIRGINIA
   Montana State-Billings 1-0              1991 1991 (W,74-68)          West Virginia Tech ...... 1-0              1972 1972 (W, 97-79)

NEBRASKA                                                             WISCONSIN
   Pershing ...................... 0-1     1969 1969 (L, 67-46)         Concordia Seminary.... 1-0                 1978   1978 (W, 74-73)
   Peru State ................... 2-1      1969 1976 (W, 79-70)         Wisconsin-Milwaukee.. 2-6                  1970   1973 (L, 67-65)
                                                                        Wisconsin-Parkside .. 2-2                  1972   2006 (L, 74-54)
NEW MEXICO                                                              Wisconsin-Stevens Pt. 2-0                  1973   1974 (W, 77-57)
   Eastern New Mexico ... 2-0              1954 1992 (W, 89-84)         Wis. School of Mines... 1-0                1939   1939 (W, 29-27)

NORTH CAROLINA                                                       BOLD INDICATES 2006-07 OPPONENT.
   Livingstone .................. 0-1      1985 1985 (L, 84-68)
   St. Augustine’s ............ 1-0        1994 1994 (W, 77-71)      UMR has never faced 2006-07 opponent Central Christian.

NORTH DAKOTA
   North Dakota ............... 0-1        1975 1975 (L, 72-61)

OHIO
   Ohio Dominican........... 1-0           1973 1973 (W, 81-56)
   Youngstown State ....... 0-1            1974 1974 (L, 70-68)

OKLAHOMA
   Cameron ..................... 1-0       1991   1991 (W, 84-74)
   Central Oklahoma ....... 2-1            1998   2003 (W, 80-77)
   Northeastern State ...... 2-3           1960   1985 (L, 63-50)
   Oklahoma Baptist ........ 1-0           1982   1982 (W, 91-59)
   Oklahoma Christian..... 0-1             1982   1982 (L, 94-63)
   Okla. Arts & Sciences.. 0-1             1985   1985 (L, 54-51)
   Rhema Bible .............. 1-0          2004   2004 (W, 68-46)
   Southeastern Okla. ..... 2-1            1955   1969 (L, 69-60)
   Tulsa ........................... 0-1   1933   1933 (L, 44-22)

PENNSYLVANIA
   Lock Haven ................. 1-0        2003 2003 (W, 73-46)

SOUTH CAROLINA
   S. Car. Spartanburg .... 0-1            1992 1992 (L, 82-74)

SOUTH DAKOTA
   Augustana ................... 0-1       1975 1975 (L, 71-64)

TENNESSEE
   Christian Brothers........ 1-1          2001   2001 (L, 81-71)
   Memphis...................... 0-3       1960   1973 (L,103-79)
   Rhodes........................ 0-3      1953   1955 (L, 79-75)
   Tennessee-Martin ....... 2-4            1956   1961 (L,109-83)

TEXAS
   Abilene Christian ......... 0-1         1986 1986 (L, 83-77)
     34            1909-10 (4-2)
                        at Southwest Missouri   22-26
                                                        2/25
                                                        2/26
                                                               at Westminster
                                                               at William Jewell
                                                                                     11-49
                                                                                     30-28
                                                                                             2/19 at Southwest Missouri
                                                                                             2/27 Southwest Missouri
                                                                                                                          24-38
                                                                                                                          16-35
                                                                                                                                   1930-31 (9-6)
                                                                                                                                   12/6 at Concordia, Mo.        23-17
                        Southwest Missouri      48-22   3/3    Drury                 21-19                                         12/18 at Southeast Missouri   14-19
                   1/15 St. Louis                49-9   3/10   Southwest Missouri    12-25   1925-26 (3-14)                        1/17 at Southwest Missouri    35-45
                        at Drury                11-44   3/11   Southwest Missouri    28-33   1/13 McKendree                21-26   1/23 at Drury                 28-31
                        Drury                   32-30                                        1/16 Shurtleff                25-14   1/30 at Missouri Valley       24-16
                   1/22 Third Baptists          55-28   1920-21 (11-5)                       1/20 Cincinnati Collegians    16-26   1/31 at William Jewell        24-16
                                                        1/13 Tarkio                  41-18   1/23 at Kansas City Ath. Club 18-63   2/3   Missouri Valley         23-16
                   1910-11 (1-4)                        1/24 Central College         12-24   1/29 at William Jewell        12-53   2/6   Culver-Stockton         41-26
                        Southwest Missouri      47-23   1/25 Westminster             19-45   1/30 at Missouri Wesleyan 20-27       2/7   Culver-Stockton         26-17
                        at Southwest Missouri   11-16   1/26 Westminster             16-34   2/1 at Tarkio                 16-29   2/13 at Westminster           39-23
                        at Drury                17-33   1/27 Central Wesleyan        42-21   2/2 at William Jewell         25-49   2/17 Westminster              40-38
                        Southeast Missouri      28-33   1/28 Central Wesleyan        33-16   2/6 Missouri Wesleyan         19-17   2/19 Central College          22-24
                        Drury                    Lost   2/4 Drury                    34-17   2/7 Missouri Wesleyan          7-37   2/20 Central College          25-33
                                                        2/10 Central Wesleyan        33-16   2/15 at Drury                 18-32   2/27 Drury                    43-28
                   1912-13 (3-2)                        2/16 Missouri Wesleyan       44-14   2/16 at Southwest Missouri 20-41      2/28 Southwest Missouri       41-35
                        Washington Univ.        13-23   2/23 Southeast Missouri      12-14   2/20 Central Wesleyan         19-25
                        Washington Univ.        19-33   2/24 Southeast Missouri      31-24   2/25 Southeast Missouri       12-25   1931-32 (7-5)
                        Drury                   35-20   2/26 Southwest Missouri      33-24   2/26 at McKendree             10-33   1/8   Drury                   25-22
                        Northwest Missouri      28-23   2/27 Drury                   26-14   2/27 Drury                    38-16   1/9   at Southwest Missouri   32-46
                        Drury                   52-37   3/2 Westminster              34-20   3/3 Southwest Missouri         9-33   1/22 at Southwest Missouri    15-17
                                                        3/3 Westminster              13-19                                         1/24 at Central College       15-28
                   1914-15 (3-5)                        3/6 Southwest Missouri       23-16   1926-27 (3-13)                        1/26 William Jewell           21-19
                   1/20 Southwest Missouri      27-26                                        12/16 Millikin               17-38    2/5   Drury                   44-39
                   1/21 Southwest Missouri      26-30   1921-22 (17-4)                       12/18 at Washington Univ.    23-52    2/9   at Central College      25-27
ALL-TIME RESULTS




                   1/22 Drury                   21-40   12/19 at Millikin            13-20   1/13 McKendree               24-32    2/11 William Jewell           30-26
                   1/23 Drury                   26-29   12/20 at Millikin            12-16   1/17 Shurtleff               47-31    2/15 Westminster              23-22
                   2/5 Southwest Missouri       32-18   1/2 at Missouri              19-33   1/28 St. Louis               35-23    2/19 Culver-Stockton          35-28
                   2/6 Southwest Missouri       20-22   1/11 Culver-Stockton          40-3   1/29 Concordia, Mo.          16-49    2/20 at Culver-Stockton       22-23
                   2/26 Drury                   44-22   1/17 Drury                    27-8   2/1 Central Wesleyan         26-32    2/26 Westminster              19-17
                   2/27 Drury                   26-30   1/19 William Jewell          35-11   2/2 Central Wesleyan         34-35
                                                        1/20 William Jewell          12-11   2/11 Central College         21-29    1932-33 (2-11)
                   1915-16 (5-5)                        1/25 at St. Louis            33-12   2/12 Central College         49-50    1/7   Southwest Missouri      13-38
                   1/7 McKendree                18-32   1/26 at St. Louis            29-11   2/16 at Southwest Missouri   23-49    1/11 Southeast Missouri        7-27
                   1/27 Central Wesleyan        46-23   1/27 Millikin                23-22   2/18 at Drury                27-30    1/13 Tulsa                    22-44
                   1/28 at Washington Univ.     13-14   1/28 Millikin                25-13   2/24 Drury                   31-27    1/25 Westminster              15-44
                   1/29 at Washington Univ.     15-18   2/4 Northwest Missouri       38-14   2/26 Southwest Missouri      24-46    1/30 at William Jewell        22-24
                   2/16 at Drury                28-34   2/8 St. Louis                20-15                                         1/31 at Central College       17-35
                   2/17 at Drury                26-34   2/9 St. Louis                24-10   1927-28 (1-16)                        2/7   at Drury                48-21
                   2/21 Central Wesleyan        37-18   2/17 Central College         32-13   12/15 St. Louis              18-43    2/10 Southeast Missouri       21-25
                   2/24 Marionville             35-17   2/20 at Washington Univ.     46-26   1/6 at St. Louis             22-29    2/13 Southwest Missouri       32-27
                   3/6 Drury                    31-20   2/24 at Drury                29-12   1/7 Concordia, Mo.           16-47    2/18 St. Louis                16-40
                   3/7 Drury                    37-18   2/27 at William Jewell       34-16   1/14 Shurtleff               28-41    2/21 Drury                    20-40
                                                        2/28 at Missouri Wesleyan    50-18   1/20 at Drury                31-35    2/24 at Westminster           33-37
                   1916-17 (1-12)                       3/1 at Tarkio                16-29   1/21 at Southwest Missouri   22-47    2/27 Central College          25-27
                   1/24 Central Wesleyan        15-20   3/2 at Northwest Missouri    24-14   1/27 Central College         31-35
                   1/31 at St. Louis            18-30                                        1/28 Central College         38-31    1933-34 (5-7)
                   2/1 at Central Wesleyan      15-26   1922-23 (7-10)                       2/4 Drury                    30-37    12/13 Central Wesleyan        36-38
                   2/2 at Washington Univ.       9-33   1/10 Culver-Stockton         44-38   2/7 at Central College       27-64    1/9   Southwest Missouri      14-33
                   2/3 at Washington Univ.      11-27   1/16 Drury                   21-22   2/8 at Westminster           31-52    1/12 Westminster              23-21
                   2/8 St. Louis                15-16   1/22 at Southeast Missouri   20-21   2/9 at Westminster           19-22    1/26 Southeast Missouri       19-26
                   2/13 Springfield YMCA        16-21   1/23 at Southeast Missouri   26-23   2/10 at Central Wesleyan     37-41    1/30 Drury                    25-29
                   2/23 Drury                   18-21   1/24 at Memphis YMCA         31-35   2/11 at Central Wesleyan     37-40    2/5   Central College         33-22
                   2/24 Drury                   29-26   1/26 Concordia, Mo.          18-41   2/17 William Jewell          30-34    2/8   Missouri Valley         28-24
                   2/28 Southwest Missouri      13-50   2/5 at Drury                 28-16   3/1 William Jewell           23-39    2/10 Southwest Missouri       14-25
                   3/12 at Drury                16-32   2/6 at Southwest Missouri    18-23                                         2/15 William Jewell           30-26
                   3/13 at Drury                35-76   2/9 Illinois College         35-25   1928-29 (2-15)                        2/17 St. Louis                14-27
                   3/14 at Southwest Missouri   23-48   2/13 Southwest Missouri      19-23   1/4 at Southwest Missouri    23-45    2/23 William Jewell           26-19
                                                        2/19 at Central Missouri     28-23   1/11 Drury                   19-50    2/24 Missouri Valley          16-19
                   1917-18 (1-8)                        2/20 at Central Missouri     11-36   1/13 Concordia, Mo.          18-32
                   1/25 St. Louis               20-32   2/21 at Central Methodist    34-33   1/23 at Missouri Valley      38-35    1934-35 (8-8)
                   1/26 St. Louis               32-21   2/22 at Truman State         23-26   1/24 at William Jewell       26-30    12/15 Southeast Missouri      26-25
                   1/31 at Drury                23-59   2/23 at Central Wesleyan     30-35   1/25 at William Jewell       14-42    12/18 Central Wesleyan        31-22
                   2/1 at Southwest Missouri    19-56   2/26 Southeast Missouri      19-25   1/30 Southwest Missouri      28-39    1/11 at Southwest Missouri    13-18
                   2/2 at Drury                 20-40   2/28 Truman State            31-26   2/1 McKendree                29-34    1/14 Drury                    18-16
                   2/15 Drury                   32-34                                        2/5 at St. Louis             17-44    1/21 at Southwest Missouri    13-28
                   2/16 Drury                   30-35   1923-24 (4-9)                        2/7 Central Wesleyan         23-33    1/28 at William Jewell        27-25
                   2/22 Central College         19-28   1/17 St. Louis               29-42   2/9 Westminster              30-23    1/29 at Missouri Valley       32-26
                   2/27 Southwest Missouri      23-34   1/24 William Jewell          26-31   2/13 Missouri Valley         32-34    2/2   at St. Louis            32-48
                                                        1/25 William Jewell          25-17   2/15 Westminster             33-36    2/4   at Tarkio (2OT)         36-38
                   1918-19 (4-6)                        2/2 at St. Louis             27-43   2/16 at Central Wesleyan     21-39    2/12 at Drury                 24-31
                   1/21 Central Missouri        21-36   2/9 at Southwest Missouri    25-46   2/19 at Drury                23-52    2/18 at Westminster           24-36
                   1/22 Central Missouri        19-34   2/15 Central Missouri        26-39   2/21 Central College         42-58    2/19 at St. Louis             38-50
                   1/31 at Southwest Missouri   48-19   2/16 Central Missouri        22-23   2/22 Central College         33-66    2/21 Westminster              39-18
                   2/1 at Drury                 25-22   2/19 Drury                   20-24                                         2/25 at Southeast Missouri    38-46
                   2/7 St. Louis                30-15   2/20 at Drury                24-36   1929-30 (3-15)                        2/27 Missouri Valley          39-27
                   2/8 St. Louis                35-19   2/21 at Missouri Wesleyan    37-17   12/14 Concordia, Mo.         20-38    3/4   Central College         28-18
                   2/19 at Central Missouri     22-44   2/22 at William Jewell       24-25   1/10 Shurtleff               23-47
                   2/20 at Central Missouri     26-52   2/27 Southeast Missouri      38-26   1/18 Drury                   33-32
                   2/21 at Washington Univ.     26-38   3/7 Southwest Missouri       24-33   1/25 Southwest Missouri      27-54
                   2/22 at Washington Univ.     21-28                                        1/29 William Jewell          32-40
                                                        1924-25 (4-9)                        1/31 at Tarkio               27-36
                   1919-20 (3-12)                       1/21 at McKendree            18-35   2/1 at Tarkio                 14-9
                   1/15 Central Missouri        24-31   1/28 Tarkio                  16-18   2/5 Westminster              17-41
                   1/24 William Jewell          10-39   1/29 Tarkio                  33-25   2/7 Southwest Missouri       32-53
                   1/27 at Drury                13-15   1/31 at St. Louis            11-42   2/20 at Westminster          12-26
                   1/28 at Southwest Missouri   18-34   2/2 Central Wesleyan         26-25   2/21 at Central College      31-61
                   1/29 at Southwest Missouri   14-48   2/3 McKendree                26-37   2/22 at William Jewell       25-31
                   2/5 Southeast Missouri       14-10   2/7 Drury                    32-22   2/25 Central Wesleyan        22-32
                   2/12 Central Wesleyan        19-38   2/10 St. Louis               24-40   2/27 Drury                   16-45
                   2/18 Central College         28-36   2/12 William Jewell          25-31   3/6 Drury                     Lost
                   2/23 at Missouri Wesleyan    21-29   2/17 William Jewell          24-22   3/7 Culver-Stockton (N)       Won
                   2/24 at Westminster          15-45   2/18 at Drury                24-25   3/8 Missouri Valley (N)       Lost
AS A MEMBER OF MIAA                   1940-41 (7-12, 1-9)
                                      12/5 Central Wesleyan          49-26    1946-47 (6-13, 1-9)
                                                                                                                     12/12
                                                                                                                     12/15
                                                                                                                             at Westminster
                                                                                                                             at Southeast Missouri
                                                                                                                                                     41-59
                                                                                                                                                     62-60
                                                                                                                                                                    35
1935-36 (5-10, 2-8)                   12/7 Arkansas State            40-35    12/6 Parks Air College         68-15   1/6     Northwest Missouri      57-82
12/13 Central Wesleyan        37-15   12/10 at Washington Univ.      21-32    12/7 Central Methodist         51-30   1/13    Southeast Missouri      79-75
12/18 at Southeast Missouri   21-31   12/13 at Westminster           34-27    12/13 Scott Air Field          53-48   1/19    Harris-Stowe            83-82
12/19 Drury                   29-34   12/16 St. Louis                34-28    12/14 at Shurtleff             49-56   1/20    Central Missouri        66-86
1/10 at Drury                 29-30   12/19 at Southeast Missouri    35-54    12/17 Westminster              48-45   1/26    at Northwest Missouri   52-76
1/14 Southwest Missouri       12-23   1/7   at Southwest Missouri    23-41    1/8   Harris-Stowe             80-22   1/27    at Truman State         50-57
1/29 Southeast Missouri       17-29   1/9   at Truman State          29-46    1/11 Truman State              41-50   2/2     Concordia, Mo.          58-70
2/1   St. Louis               23-28   1/10 Northwest Missouri        25-33    1/15 Scott Air Field           82-67   2/3     at Southwest Missouri   55-85
2/4   at St. Louis            32-28   1/18 at Central Missouri       40-50    1/18 Central Missouri          44-41   2/5     at Central Missouri     42-47
2/10 at Truman State          26-22   1/25 Central Missouri          37-51    1/22 at Southwest Missouri     35-45   2/10    Truman State            45-57
2/11 at Northwest Missouri    15-51   1/29 Washington Univ.          37-41    1/25 Shurtleff                 36-47   2/17    Southwest Missouri      77-91
2/15 Northwest Missouri       25-31   2/1   Truman State             27-47    1/31 at Northwest Missouri     41-45   2/20    Washington Univ.        56-82
2/17 at Central Missouri      38-57   2/4   Southeast Missouri       42-53    2/1   at Truman State          34-60
2/18 at Southwest Missouri    38-37   2/7   Southwest Missouri       31-16    2/7   Northwest Missouri       43-47   1951-52 (3-17, 2-8)
2/21 Central Missouri         36-45   2/13 Jefferson College         49-15    2/8   at Washington Univ.      31-55   12/1 Harris-Stowe            65-33
2/24 Truman State             19-20   2/14 at Culver-Stockton        43-24    2/15 Southwest Missouri        40-45   12/4 at Westminster          50-59
                                      2/21 at Northwest Missouri     22-45    2/18 at Southeast Missouri     54-64   12/7 McKendree               68-71
1936-37 (3-12, 2-8)                   2/22 at St. Louis              31-38    2/24 at Central Missouri       41-58   12/8 Drury                   56-61
12/8 Central Wesleyan         25-16                                           2/28 Southeast Missouri        43-44   12/12 at Shurtleff           58-73
12/12 at Drury                33-48   1941-42 (0-16, 0-10)                                                           12/18 Westminster            55-62
12/18 at Southeast Missouri   19-45   12/3 Westminster               24-51    1947-48 (10-9, 3-7)                    12/20 at Southeast Missouri 67-75
1/8   Drury                   23-39   12/13 Central Missouri         17-79    12/6 Harris-Stowe              66-33   1/5   Southeast Missouri     69-68
1/9   Truman State            35-34   12/16 Westminster              29-47    12/10 at Shurtleff             49-51   1/7   at Central Missouri    36-65




                                                                                                                                                             ALL-TIME RESULTS
1/15 Southwest Missouri       19-43   12/18 Truman State             24-51    12/12 Drury                    57-44   1/11 at Concordia, Mo.       47-72
1/16 at St. Louis             28-30   12/19 Northwest Missouri       29-37    12/17 at Westminster           42-53   1/12 at Washington Univ.     29-63
1/29 Central Missouri         20-53   12/20 Washington Univ.         29-47    12/18 Scott Air Force Base     58-27   1/14 Central Missouri        44-71
2/5   Northwest Missouri      16-47   1/10 Southeast Missouri        24-44    1/9   Southeast Missouri       63-51   1/25 at Northwest Missouri 49-75
2/8   at Central Missouri     37-57   1/17 St. Louis                 26-46    1/10 Principia                 60-44   1/26 at Truman State         41-73
2/10 St. Louis                31-33   1/23 Southwest Missouri        35-50    1/13 at Central Missouri       47-59   1/30 at Southwest Missouri 44-95
2/15 at Truman State          28-26   1/30 Southeast Missouri        46-70    1/17 Parks Air College         60-26   2/2   Truman State           62-61
2/16 at Northwest Missouri    16-49   1/31 Washington Univ.          30-45    1/24 Truman State              51-63   2/9   Southwest Missouri     57-85
2/19 Southeast Missouri       18-36   2/3   Truman State             47-50    1/29 at Truman State           51-71   2/12 Washington Univ.        68-72
2/14 at Southwest Missouri    29-40   2/7   Central Missouri         64-67    1/31 at Northwest Missouri     43-61   2/18 at McKendree           82-109
                                      2/12 St. Louis                 33-44    2/5   Westminster              57-54   2/23 Northwest Missouri      68-79
1937-38 (2-14, 1-9)                   2/17 Southwest Missouri        41-63    2/7   Northwest Missouri       58-57
12/7 Central Wesleyan         39-27   2/21 Northwest Missouri         43-54   2/10 Southwest Missouri        41-59   1952-53 (2-18, 1-9)
12/10 Westminster             27-35                                           2/14 Central Missouri          54-53   12/1 Harris-Stowe            54-67
1/7   Drury                   26-56   1942-43 (7-12, 2-8)                     2/17 Drury                     57-50   12/3 at Washington Univ.     50-82
1/12 Truman State             27-28   12/11 at Washington Univ.       46-55   2/21 at Southeast Missouri     76-80   12/6 at Drury                55-94
1/14 Northwest Missouri       14-38   12/12 at Westminster            36-44   2/25 at Southwest Missouri     51-74   12/10 at Westminster (OT)    62-64
1/20 at Drury                 21-43   12/15 at St. Louis              32-62                                          12/13 McKendree              85-88
1/22 at Southwest Missouri    18-43   12/19 Drury                     27-37                                          12/16 Westminster            52-61
1/24 at Southeast Missouri    14-37   1/9   at Southeast Missouri     38-64   1948-49 (5-15, 0-10)                   12/17 at Southeast Missouri 55-89
1/28 Central Missouri         29-40   1/12 Westminster                31-39   12/9 at Harris-Stowe           48-55   1/10 Central Missouri        69-75
2/1   at St. Louis            37-44   1/15 Southeast Missouri         26-52   12/11 at Drury                 57-65   1/15 Southeast Missouri      63-78
2/5   at Central Missouri     37-58   1/21 Southwest Missouri         22-57   12/13 at Shurtleff             65-66   1/17 Truman State            75-88
2/12 Southwest Missouri       29-28   1/29 Central Missouri           53-43   12/15 Westminster              54-46   1/24 Harris-Stowe            70-61
2/14 Southeast Missouri       23-36   1/30 Central Missouri           51-44   12/17 Westminster              48-46   1/30 at Northwest Missouri 57-66
2/20 at Truman State          34-39   2/6   Fort Leonard Wood         83-39   1/8   Principia                60-51   1/31 at Truman State         70-87
2/22 at Northwest Missouri    22-37   2/9   at Southwest Missouri     38-53   1/12 Scott Air Force Base      82-35   2/4   Washington Univ.      69-101
2/24 St. Louis                23-47   2/13 at Fort Leonard Wood       38-31   1/15 at Southeast Missouri     45-62   2/7   Concordia, Mo.         67-78
                                      2/19 Harris-Stowe               59-27   1/18 at Washington Univ.       41-49   2/10 Southwest Missouri     67-106
1938-39 (3-14, 0-10)                  2/25 St. Louis                  39-62   1/22 Drury                     65-45   2/14 Northwest Missouri      75-73
12/1 Central Wesleyan         49-32   2/27 Northwest Missouri         37-80   1/28 at Northwest Missouri     58-71   2/17 at Central Missouri     62-76
12/8 Arkansas State           32-39   3/1   Northwest Missouri        34-65   1/29 at Truman State           49-60   2/21 at McKendree           65-105
12/10 St. Louis               20-30                                           2/1   Central Missouri         55-79   2/24 at Southwest Missouri 50-85
12/17 Westminster             23-37   1943-44 (7-6)                           2/5   Northwest Missouri       55-67
1/8   Truman State            22-25         Ft. Leonard Wood 349th 34-16      2/8   at Southwest Missouri    35-57   1953-54 (6-13, 1-9)
1/10 Northwest Missouri       26-29         Ft. Leonard Wood 27th 56-27       2/12 Truman State              47-63   12/2 Westminster             72-62
1/17 at Central Missouri      33-37         Ft. Leonard Wood 595th 62-32      2/14 at Central Missouri       54-56   12/5 Wentworth Military      77-51
1/24 at Southwest Missouri    28-33         Ft. Leonard Wood 349th 34-30      2/18 Southeast Missouri        55-60   12/8 Harris-Stowe            72-51
2/2   Culver-Stockton         20-35         Ft. Leonard Wood       88-24      2/22 at Washington Univ.       38-67   12/11 at Westminster         47-56
2/4   Southwest Missouri      22-25         Southeast Missouri     29-40      2/26 Southwest Missouri        66-70   12/18 at Southwestern, Tenn. 71-72
2/9   at Truman State         21-38         Drury                  33-43                                             12/19 at Southeast Missouri 48-73
2/10 at Northwest Missouri    32-33         Parks Air College      53-36      1949-50 (7-12, 2-8)                    1/9   Southeast Missouri    65-101
2/14 Southeast Missouri       29-52         Parks Air College      47-34      12/2 Shurtleff                 47-45   1/12 at Principia            65-56
2/18 Central Missouri         26-37         Washington Univ.       41-49      12/6 at Washington Univ.       30-59   1/16 at Washington Univ.     50-75
2/22 at St. Louis             25-24         Central Missouri       41-52      12/9 at Westminster            39-55   1/23 Central Missouri        57-66
2/28 at Southeast Missouri    24-39         Southeast Missouri     27-49      12/10 Drury                    63-54   1/29 at Northwest Missouri 60-73
3/9   Wis. School of Mines    29-27         Drury                  40-41      12/13 Scott Air Force Base     66-45   1/30 at Truman State         55-85
                                                                              12/15 Harris-Stowe             49-41   2/3   at Harris-Stowe        85-64
1939-40 (3-13, 1-9)                   1944-45                                 1/7   Truman State             51-50   2/6   Truman State           66-94
12/5 Central Wesleyan         55-21   No games due to World War II            1/10 Southwest Missouri        33-64   2/9   at Central Missouri    69-91
12/8 St. Louis                26-37                                           1/13 at Scott Air Force Base   45-58   2/12 Washington Univ.        56-64
12/12 at Washington Univ.     29-34   1945-46 (7-9, 2-8)                      1/16 at Central Missouri       40-65   2/16 at Southwest Missouri 56-93
12/15 Westminster             22-32   12/6 at Ft. Leonard Wood A-S35-33       1/27 at Northwest Missouri     38-51   2/20 Northwest Missouri     101-96
1/9   Northwest Missouri      26-44   12/8 Ft. Leonard Wood A-S 43-42         1/31 at Truman State           43-58   2/23 Southwest Missouri     70-103
1/13 Truman State             42-31   12/14 Drury                 33-32       2/4   at Southwest Missouri    46-64
1/16 at Southwest Missouri    20-42   1/8   Northwest Missouri    27-53       2/7   Central Missouri         55-71
1/20 at St. Louis             37-33   1/15 Southeast Missouri     38-61       2/11 at Southeast Missouri     51-61
1/26 at Southeast Missouri    29-42   1/19 Truman State           54-52       2/14 at Washington Univ.       39-48
2/1   at Central Missouri     24-40   1/25 at Washington Univ.    42-71       2/18 Southeast Missouri        50-46
2/2   at Northwest Missouri   25-39   1/26 Parks Air College      44-41       2/21 Westminster               64-63
2/5   Washington Univ.        28-39   1/29 at Central Missouri    37-65       2/25 Northwest Missouri        51-54
2/9   Southeast Missouri      34-52   2/2   Southwest Missouri    34-45
2/13 Southwest Missouri       29-35   2/5   at Southeast Missouri 38-63       1950-51 (3-16, 2-8)
2/17 at Truman State          31-38   2/9   Central Missouri      37-35       11/28 Westminster              38-62
2/24 Central Missouri         37-46   2/15 at Southwest Missouri 42-62        12/1 at Washington Univ.       33-65
                                      2/16 Parks Air College      90-34       12/2 at Concordia, Mo.         40-76
                                      2/22 at Northwest Missouri 33-40        12/5 Shurtleff                 54-70
                                      2/23 at Truman State        63-64       12/9 at Drury                  39-65
     36            1954-55 (6-15, 0-10)
                   12/4 Westminster            65-77
                                                       1958-59 (5-15, 2-8)
                                                       12/2 Lincoln                 55-79
                                                                                            1/26 at Truman State         69-87
                                                                                            1/27 at Northwest Missouri 74-76
                                                                                                                                  12/11
                                                                                                                                  12/13
                                                                                                                                          Central Missouri
                                                                                                                                          Southwest Missouri
                                                                                                                                                                 66-83
                                                                                                                                                                 81-89
                   12/7 Harris-Stowe           93-57   12/6 at Blackburn            90-74   2/3    at Southeast Missouri 68-93    12/18   at Harris-Stowe        90-75
                   12/10 at Blackburn          64-61   12/9 Southern Illinois       72-94   2/8    Harris-Stowe          94-85    1/5     Harris-Stowe           94-79
                   12/14 Westminster           78-57   12/12 Greenville             96-67   2/12 Truman State            74-91    1/8     Truman State           51-68
                   12/16 Southwestern, Tenn. 75-79     12/13 Harris-Stowe           73-63   2/15 at Washington Univ. 87-111       1/10    Northwest Missouri     84-52
                   12/17 Greenville            99-81   12/17 at Westminster         41-84   2/19 Central Missouri        78-91    1/13    Missouri Valley       108-78
                   12/28 at Eastern New Mexico72-63    12/18 Tennessee-Martin       74-79   2/24 Southeast Missouri      91-95    1/15    at MacMurray           86-77
                   12/29 Fort Hays State (N)   75-77   12/20 at Washington Univ.    53-60   12/27-29: MIAA Christmas              1/28    at Missouri Valley     95-76
                   12/30 Southern Oklahoma (N)69-65    1/7   at Lincoln             81-98   Tournament, Cape Girardeau, Mo.       1/29    at Truman State        90-80
                   1/7    at Washington Univ. 63-86    1/10 Central Missouri        68-66                                         1/31    at Northwest Missouri 72-74
                   1/12 at Southeast Missouri 56-72    1/14 at Southwest Missouri   57-85   1962-63 (6-16, 1-9)                   2/5     Southeast Missouri     88-83
                   1/15 Truman State           78-91   1/17 Washington Univ.        51-52   11/30 Evangel              100-70     2/10    Regis                  75-67
                   1/22 Central Missouri       65-73   1/30 at Northwest Missouri   49-73   12/4 at Westminster          67-71    2/12    at Southeast Missouri 81-92
                   1/28 at Northwest Missouri 76-82    1/31 at Truman State         71-88   12/7 Harris-Stowe            92-87    2/16    McKendree             111-71
                   1/29 at Truman State        71-94   2/4   Southwest Missouri     51-89   12/11 at Washington Univ. 74-90       2/19    at Central Missouri    76-96
                   2/5    Southwest Missouri   71-73   2/10 at Southeast Missouri   63-77   12/13 John Brown           108-86     2/21    at Southwest Missouri 82-89
                   2/9    Washington Univ.     69-83   2/14 Northwest Missouri      49-56   12/15 at Arkansas State      65-83
                   2/12 Southeast Missouri     87-90   2/18 at Central Missouri     76-74   12/18 Arkansas-Pine Bluff    80-85    1966-67 (11-11, 3-7)
                   2/15 at Central Missouri    64-77   2/21 Southeast Missouri      78-91   12/20 William Penn           89-76    12/1 Harris-Stowe              97-86
                   2/19 Northwest Missouri     72-82   2/24 Truman State            76-95   12/27 Southeast Missouri (N) 79-95    12/3 at Central Methodist      78-66
                   2/22 at Southwest Missouri 63-83                                         12/28 William Jewell (N)     70-83    12/10 Southwest Missouri       72-76
                   12/28-30: at Eastern New Mexico     1959-60 (6-17, 1-9)                  12/29 Tarkio (N)             81-61    12/12 Central Missouri         95-82
                   Tournament, Portales, N.M.          12/1 John Brown              83-70   1/4    at Harris-Stowe       68-88    12/17 McKendree                99-71
                                                       12/5 Blackburn               80-61   1/7    Central Missouri      80-90    12/19 Sam Houston State        72-91
ALL-TIME RESULTS




                   1955-56 (5-15, 2-8)                 12/8 at Washington Univ. 71-86       1/12 Southeast Missouri 88-102        12/28 at McNeese State         55-73
                   12/3 Blackburn              70-65   12/12 Evangel                86-70   1/21 Truman State            75-82    12/29 Southeastern Okla. (N)   61-72
                   12/6 at Harris-Stowe        91-69   12/15 Westminster            83-80   1/26 at Southwest Missouri 54-92      1/4    at Harris-Stowe         89-77
                   12/9 at Greenville          68-97   12/17 at Harris-Stowe        62-68   1/28 at Central Missouri 82-108       1/7    Northwest Missouri      87-62
                   12/10 at Central Methodist 71-77    12/19 at Tennessee-Martin 74-84      2/4    Southwest Missouri 91-102      1/9    Truman State (OT)       64-65
                   12/13 Westminster           78-63   12/28 Northwest Missouri (N) 56-86   2/8    Northwest Missouri    79-67    1/13 at Mo.-St. Louis (OT)     70-74
                   12/17 Southeast Missouri    70-81   12/29 Eastern Illinois (N)  87-104   2/16 at Northwest Missouri 73-88      1/24 at Missouri Valley        80-77
                   12/19 at Southern Illinois  62-91   12/30 Central Missouri (N) 55-56     2/18 at Truman State       87-101     1/28 at Northwest Missouri     56-52
                   1/7   at Washington Univ. 57-86     1/6    Southwest Missouri 75-103     2/23 at Southwest Missouri 80-85      1/30 at Truman State           58-61
                   1/11 Lincoln                70-82   1/9    Northwest Missouri    54-53   12/27-29: MIAA Christmas              2/4    Southeast Missouri      69-74
                   1/14 at Southeast Missouri 45-82    1/12 at Central Missouri     53-77   Tournament, Maryville, Mo.            2/8    at McKendree            87-58
                   1/21 Central Missouri       60-71   1/16 Henderson State         98-66                                         2/11 at Southeast Missouri     73-78
                   1/27 at Northwest Missouri 63-56    1/29 at Northwest Mo. (OT) 63-64     1963-64 (5-17, 0-10)                  2/15 Missouri Valley           89-74
                   1/28 at Truman State       78-100   1/30 at Truman State         68-96   12/2 Evangel                  78-66   2/18 at Southwest Missouri     53-73
                   1/31 Central Methodist      90-98   2/3    Harris-Stowe          70-80   12/4 at Washington Univ. 66-107       2/20 at Central Missouri       74-94
                   2/4   at Central Missouri   53-69   2/6    at Southeast Missouri 56-94   12/7 at Principia             97-68   2/25 Missouri-St. Louis        86-58
                   2/7   at Southwest Missouri 64-77   2/9    SIU-Alton             88-67   12/12 John Brown              71-82   12/28-29: McNeese State
                   2/11 Truman State           86-87   2/13 at Southwest Missouri 52-74     12/14 Harris-Stowe            91-86   Tournament,
                   2/14 Washington Univ.       63-85   2/16 Southeast Missouri      79-88   12/19 Southeast Missouri (N) 63-74    Lake Charles, La.
                   2/18 Northwest Missouri     73-63   2/20 Central Missouri        69-74   12/20 Central Missouri (N)    66-88
                   2/21 Southwest Missouri     59-88   2/24 Truman State            68-70   12/21 Northwest Missouri (N) 72-71    1967-68 (13-10, 4-6)
                                                       12/28-30: MIAA Christmas             1/6    Truman State          87-103   12/2 Central Methodist        89-57
                   1956-57 (8-13, 3-7)                 Tournament, Kirksville, Mo.          1/13 Central Missouri         83-92   12/5 Harris-Stowe             67-59
                   12/1 at Blackburn           70-82                                        1/16 at Southern Illinois    72-110   12/8 John Brown (N)           74-70
                   12/5 Harris-Stowe           91-65                                        1/18 at Southeast Missouri 62-105     12/9 at Southwest Baptist     72-64
                   12/7 Greenville             94-63   1960-61 (8-15, 1-9)                  1/27 at Northwest Missouri 78-89      12/11 Missouri Valley         87-79
                   12/11 at Westminster        82-76   12/1 at SIU-Alton            78-58   1/28 at Truman State         85-112   12/13 Pittsburg State         76-62
                   12/14 Tennessee-Martin      75-60   12/3 Evangel                 89-66   2/1    Northwest Missouri     76-83   12/16 at Southeast Missouri 55-57
                   12/17 Central Methodist     54-63   12/7 at Washington Univ. 52-54       2/5    at Harris-Stowe        70-82   12/19 Trinity                 62-80
                   12/27 Fort Hays State (N)   70-64   12/10 at Westminster         66-73   2/8    Southwest Missouri    80-113   1/4     at Central Missouri   67-76
                   12/28 Southwestern Okla. (N)88-94   12/15 Harris-Stowe           80-64   2/11 at Evangel               76-88   1/6     at Southwest Missouri 65-89
                   12/29 Anderson, Ind. (N)    67-81   12/17 Tennessee-Martin       81-71   2/15 at Central Missouri      78-86   1/11 Truman State             83-76
                   1/5    Washington Univ.     44-63   12/22 at Memphis           50-111    2/17 at Southwest Missouri 63-87      1/13 Northwest Missouri       79-70
                   1/7    Southwest Missouri   67-74   12/28 Truman State (N)       71-93   2/19 Principia                94-96   1/25 at Pittsburg State       66-80
                   1/12 Central Missouri       67-70   12/29 Northeastern State (N) 76-70   2/22 Southeast Missouri       73-93   1/27 at Truman State          54-65
                   1/25 at Truman State        51-92   12/30 at Central Missouri    52-67   12/19-21: MIAA Christmas              1/29 at Northwest Missouri 63-70
                   1/26 at Northwest Missouri 71-79    1/4    at Harris-Stowe       50-82   Tournament, Springfield, Mo.          2/3     Southwest Baptist     69-63
                   2/2    Northwest Missouri   72-67   1/6    John Brown            96-57                                         2/7     at Harris-Stowe       80-77
                   2/5    Southeast Missouri   74-69   1/9    Truman State          63-80   1964-65 (11-12, 3-7)                  2/10 Southeast Missouri       80-63
                   2/9    Truman State         66-68   1/14 Central Missouri        49-48   12/1 at Washington Univ.      69-82   2/13 at Missouri Valley       73-52
                   2/12 at Central Missouri    51-79   1/24 at Southeast Missouri 70-74     12/11 McKendree               69-76   2/17 Central Missouri         73-63
                   2/19 at Southwest Missouri 58-78    1/28 at Northwest Missouri 65-82     12/16 Bethel                  91-80   2/19 Southwest Missouri       62-64
                   2/21 at Washington Univ. 74-90      1/30 at Truman State         52-79   12/17 Bethel                  81-79   2/22 at Southwest Baptist 52-55
                   2/23 at Southeast Missouri 69-67    2/4    Northwest Missouri    57-69   12/21 Southwest Missouri     83-103   2/24 at McKendree            69-94
                   12/27-29: at Eastern New Mexico     2/11 Southwest Missouri      66-93   12/22 Southeast Missouri      79-82   12/8-9: Southwest Baptist
                   Tournament, Portales, N.M.          2/18 at Central Missouri     58-71   12/23 Northwest Missouri      85-68   Tournament,
                                                       2/20 at Southwest Missouri 83-91     1/4    at Southwest Missouri 72-89    Bolivar, Mo.
                   1957-58 (4-14, 1-9)                 2/22 at Evangel              78-71   1/8    Northwest Missouri     94-80
                   12/3 at Washington Univ. 53-63      2/25 Southeast Missouri      70-73   1/12 at Central Missouri      71-78
                   12/6 Greenville             67-55   12/28-30: MIAA Christmas             1/16 MacMurray                87-81
                   12/7 Blackburn              62-64   Tournament, Warrensburg, Mo.         1/23 at Northwest Missouri 64-66
                   12/10 Westminster           78-80                                        1/25 at Truman State          64-82
                   12/14 at Southern Illinois  59-68   1961-62 (7-16, 0-10)                 1/30 at Southeast Missouri 62-97
                   12/19 Harris-Stowe          69-62   12/2 Nicholls State          74-72   2/1    Harris-Stowe           87-71
                   12/21 at Tennessee-Martin 55-79     12/5 Westminster           110-68    2/3    at Principia           64-59
                   1/8   at Southeast Missouri 68-74   12/8 at Harris-Stowe         68-90   2/6    at MacMurray           59-78
                   1/11 Truman State           54-62   12/11 John Brown             90-86   2/8    Truman State           73-64
                   1/15 at Southwest Missouri 50-87    12/14 Evangel                97-44   2/15 Central Missouri         61-65
                   1/20 Northwest Missouri     86-56   12/16 at Tennessee-Martin 83-109     2/17 Principia                73-57
                   1/31 at Northwest Missouri* 73-74   12/19 Ottawa                 95-61   2/20 Southeast Missouri       81-78
                   2/1   at Truman State       61-91   12/21 Peru State             69-80   2/23 Southwest Missouri       70-78
                   2/8   Central Missouri      61-77   12/27 at Southeast Missouri 71-93    2/27 at McKendree            100-89
                   2/11 Washington Univ.       60-55   12/28 Truman State (N)       68-77   12/21-23: MIAA Christmas
                   2/15 Southeast Missouri     56-76   12/29 Northwest Missouri (N) 75-71   Tournament, Rolla, Mo.
                   2/19 Southwest Missouri     70-96   1/6   at Central Missouri 65-105
                   2/22 Central Missouri       73-87   1/8   at Southwest Missouri 60-74    1965-66 (11-8, 3-7)
                   *Game forfeited to UMR              1/12 Northwest Missouri      51-55   12/1 at Washington Univ.     62-74
                                                       1/22 Southwest Missouri      79-93   12/4 MacMurray               86-56
1968-69 (5-17, 0-10)
11/30 Harris-Stowe            60-49
                                      1/31 Truman State
                                      2/5    Southwest Missouri
                                                                      98-90
                                                                      70-69
                                                                              2/19 Harris-Stowe
                                                                              2/22 Central Missouri
                                                                                                            80-51
                                                                                                            93-85
                                                                                                                        1/28 at Southwest Missouri 54-62
                                                                                                                        2/2    Central Missouri       78-94
                                                                                                                                                                       37
12/2 Southeastern Oklahoma 70-64      2/7    at Central Missouri      80-78   2/24 Southwest Missouri       74-64       2/6    at Southeast Missouri 75-87
12/6 Lincoln (N)              61-81   2/12 at Concordia               59-51   NCAA Division II Regionals                2/9    Drury                 82-114
12/7 Missouri Southern (N) 65-78      2/14 Lincoln (OT)               79-81   (at Grand Forks, N.D.)                    2/13 Lincoln                  76-89
12/10 Missouri Valley         65-45   2/19 at Southwest Missouri      58-77   3/7    at North Dakota        61-72       2/18 at Truman State         82-102
12/14 Southeast Missouri      78-79   2/21 Central Missouri           97-77   3/8    Augustana, S.D.        64-71       2/20 at Northwest Mo. (OT) 79-80
12/16 at Trinity              70-93   2/26 at Northwest Missouri      72-71   12/27-28: Youngstown State Classic,       2/25 at Central Missouri      76-96
12/18 at Texas-Arlington      82-84   2/28 at Truman State            71-87   Youngstown, Ohio                          2/27 Southwest Missouri       53-56
1/4     at Southwest Missouri 46-92   12/29-30: Lincoln Tournament,           1/2-4: MIAA Tournament,                   1/5-7: MIAA Tournament,
1/6     at Central Missouri   65-67   Jefferson City, Mo.                     Springfield, Mo.                          Springfield, Mo.
1/9     Northwest Missouri    58-65
1/11 Truman State State       54-70   1972-73 (15-11, 8-4)                    1975-76 (18-9, 10-2)                      1978-79 (9-15, 3-9)
1/23 Pittsburg State          62-78   11/29 Westminster               77-71   MIAA Champions                            11/24 UMKC (N)                70-92
1/25 at Northwest Missouri 48-63      12/1 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee 83-93       11/28 Arkansas-Monticello       84-66     11/25 at Missouri-St. Louis   83-92
1/27 at Truman State State 52-77      12/2 at Wisconsin-Parkside 66-72        11/29 Missouri Southern         78-72     11/29 at Western Illinois     79-93
2/1     at Lincoln            90-96   12/7 Lincoln                    88-74   12/4 at Illinois                65-67     12/1 Concordia, Wis. (OT)     74-73
2/3     at Missouri Valley    99-69   12/9 Pittsburg State            66-67   12/6 Harris-Stowe               85-48     12/9 Westminster              89-77
2/8     at Southeast Missouri 69-90   12/29 Ohio Dominican (N)        81-56   12/8 Eastern Illinois           66-81     12/16 at Missouri Southern    61-81
2/13 Pershing                 46-67   12/30 West Virginia Tech (N) 97-79      12/29 Elmhurst                  77-53     1/4    Truman State (N)       68-81
2/15 Southwest Missouri       49-92   1/4    Central Missouri (N) 105-77      1/1    SIU-Edwardsville (N)     84-68     1/5    Northwest Mo. (N-2OT) 88-86
2/17 Central Missouri         70-85   1/5    at Southwest Missouri 61-82      1/2    Northwest Missouri (N) 92-72       1/6    Southeast Missouri (N) 54-62
2/21 McKendree                79-77   1/6    Northwest Missouri (N) 85-70     1/3    at Southwest Missouri 63-65        1/8    William Penn           71-64
12/6-7: Southwest Baptist             1/11 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 65-67          1/6    William Penn             64-43     1/11 at Southeast Missouri 61-78
Tournament,                           1/13 Northwest Missouri         86-75   1/10 at Northwest Missouri 67-65          1/15 Lincoln                  52-69




                                                                                                                                                                ALL-TIME RESULTS
Bolivar, Mo.                          1/15 Truman State               68-65   1/12 at Truman State            61-67     1/20 at Northwest Mo. (OT) 83-84
                                      1/20 at Central Missouri        70-77   1/17 Central Missouri           63-59     1/22 at Truman State          71-82
1969-70 (10-13, 2-8)                  1/22 at Southwest Missouri 59-71        1/19 Southwest Missouri         67-65     1/27 Southwest Missouri       83-76
12/4 Washington Univ.         55-60   1/27 Southeast Missouri         91-72   1/24 at Southeast Missouri 74-73          2/1    at Central Missouri    65-70
12/6 Harris-Stowe             88-73   1/29 Eastern Illinois           85-84   1/27 Culver-Stockton (OT) 73-61           2/5    Southeast Missouri     69-74
12/8 at Pittsburg State       59-79   2/3    at Southeast Missouri 75-61      1/31 Southeast Missouri         84-73     2/8    Shaw, Mich.            68-64
12/13 at Central Missouri     68-88   2/5    Culver-Stockton          66-69   2/4    at Lincoln               60-79     2/10 Missouri Baptist         83-63
12/15 Southwest Missouri      65-79   2/7    at Westminster           68-69   2/7    Truman State             81-64     2/12 at Lincoln               64-85
12/19 Southeastern Oklahoma 85-66     2/10 at Truman State            89-76   2/9    Northwest Missouri       77-75     2/17 Truman State             81-91
12/20 Southeastern Oklahoma 57-46     2/12 at Northwest Missouri 71-86        2/14 Lincoln                    71-63     2/19 Northwest Missouri       74-69
12/29 Stephen F. Austin (N) 58-86     2/17 at Lincoln                 77-80   2/16 at Pittsburg State         60-63     2/24 Central Missouri         86-76
12/30 Southeastern Okla. (N) 60-69    2/21 at SIU-Edwardsville       101-88   2/21 at Central Missouri        74-64     2/26 at Southwest Missouri 70-85
1/5    Texas-Arlington        67-64   2/24 Central Missouri           91-83   2/23 at Southwest Missouri 83-66          11/28-29: UMSL Tourn., St. Louis, Mo.
1/8    Wisconsin-Milwaukee 78-70      2/26 Southwest Missouri         82-73   2/28 at Eastern Illinois        48-70     1/4-6: MIAA Tournament,
1/10 Southeast Missouri       62-71   12/29-30: Appalachian Classic,          NCAA Division II Regionals                Springfield, Mo.
1/12 Lincoln                  80-72   Montgomery, W.Va.                       (at Thibodaux, La.)
1/17 SIU-Edwardsville         73-66   1/4-6: MIAA Tourn., Springfield, Mo.    3/11 Grambling                  61-67     1979-80 (11-14, 5-7)
1/28 at Harris-Stowe          92-85                                           3/12 Lincoln (OT)               84-86     11/30 Morningside (3OT)         75-72
1/31 Central Missouri         70-82   1973-74 (12-12, 7-5)                    11/28-29: Miner Classic, Rolla, Mo.       12/1 UMKC                      104-84
2/2    at Southwest Missouri 66-100   11/30 at Memphis               79-103   1/1-3: MIAA Tournament,                   12/8 Western Illinois           71-80
2/7    at Truman State (4OT) 89-87    12/1 Wisconsin-Parkside         61-57   Springfield, Mo.                          12/15 at Arkansas Tech          70-88
2/9    at Northwest Missouri 58-69    12/4 Peru State                 96-80                                             12/28 at Ala.-Birmingham       65-100
2/14 Truman State             86-74   12/5 at Pittsburg State         73-76   1976-77 (18-8, 7-5)                       12/29 Southern Illinois (N)     74-85
2/16 Northwest Missouri       55-82   12/8 at Southern Illinois      64-102   11/26 Lyon                        77-62   1/3    Southeast Missouri (N) 93-63
2/21 at Southeast Missouri 82-101     12/29 at Wis.-Stevens Pt. (OT) 81-78    11/27 Harris-Stowe                62-42   1/4    Central Missouri (N)     69-87
2/23 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee 59-89     12/30 Southwest Texas St. (N) 73-79     12/1 Drury                        71-64   1/5    at Southwest Missouri 59-74
12/29-30: McMeese State               1/3    Southeast Missouri (N) 76-67     12/3 Washburn (N)                 71-68   1/8    Baker                    67-62
Tournament, Lake Charles, La.         1/4    at Southwest Missouri 65-89      12/4 Peru State (N)               79-70   1/12 Maryville                  70-60
                                      1/5    Northwest Missouri (N) 67-70     12/6 Pittsburg State              81-51   1/14 at Lincoln                 70-81
1970-71 (9-13, 5-7)                   1/12 at Northwest Missouri 68-71        12/13 at Kentucky Wesleyan 73-87          1/19 Northwest Missouri (OT) 69-65
12/2 Pittsburg State         66-73    1/14 at Truman State            78-83   12/20 at Arkansas State           57-82   1/21 Truman State               83-81
12/5 at Washington Univ.     64-68    1/19 Central Missouri          110-82   1/6    Central Missouri (N)       87-72   1/26 at Southwest Missouri 75-88
12/8 at SIU-Edwardsville     68-94    1/21 Southwest Missouri         79-78   1/7    Truman State (N)           76-82   1/29 Missouri Southern          76-78
12/12 Harris-Stowe           87-24    1/26 at Southeast Missouri 76-79        1/8    at Southwest Missouri 60-57        2/2    Central Missouri         67-69
12/14 Southeast Missouri     75-78    2/2    Southeast Missouri       87-79   1/12 New Haven                    87-46   2/4    at Southeast Missouri 75-88
1/4   at Wisconsin-Milwaukee 54-58    2/6    at Lincoln               69-86   1/15 Northwest Missouri           80-64   2/7    Westminster              76-69
1/9   at Northwest Missouri 67-74     2/9    Truman State             94-74   1/17 at Truman State              79-73   2/11 Lincoln                    76-78
1/11 at Truman State (OT) 75-83       2/11 Northwest Missouri         82-75   1/22 Central Missouri             61-64   2/16 at Truman State            90-69
1/16 at Southeast Missouri 78-87      2/14 Westminster               101-69   1/24 at Southwest Missouri 63-80          2/18 at Northwest Missouri 75-65
1/18 at Lincoln              86-82    2/16 Lincoln                    98-95   1/29 Southeast Missouri           89-75   2/23 at Central Missouri        74-76
1/20 at Illinois-Chicago     70-80    2/23 at Central Missouri 100-118        1/31 Westminster                  92-77   2/25 Southwest Missouri         97-82
1/23 College of the Ozarks 92-62      2/25 at Southwest Missouri 88-79        2/5    at Southeast Missouri 88-80        2/27 Southeast Missouri        93-100
1/26 Missouri Valley        103-75    3/2    at Eastern Illinois      75-84   2/9    Lincoln                    59-74   11/30-12/1: UMR Invitational, Rolla,
1/30 Truman State            67-68    12/29-30: Sentry Classic, Stevens Pt.   2/12 Truman State                 80-64   Mo.
2/1   Northwest Missouri     66-63    WI                                      2/14 at Northwest Missouri 85-69          12/28-29: UAB Classic, Birmingham,
2/6   at Southwest Missouri 70-66     1/3-5: MIAA Tourn., Springfield, Mo.    2/19 at Lincoln                   61-82   Ala
2/8   at Central Missouri    61-82                                            2/22 at Drury                     74-69   1/3-5: MIAA Tournament,
2/13 Illinois-Chicago        79-60    1974-75 (16-9, 8-4)                     2/26 at Central Missouri          65-79   Springfield, Mo.
2/15 Lincoln                106-74    11/30 Wisconsin-Stevens Pt.     77-57   2/28 Southwest Missouri           78-73
2/20 Southwest Missouri      79-81    12/2 Pittsburg State            88-71   12/3-4: Shrine Classic, Kirksville, Mo.
2/22 Central Missouri        78-73    12/5 Norfolk State              74-87   1/6-8: MIAA Tourn., Springfield, Mo.
2/26 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 72-74        12/7 Missouri Valley            92-72
                                      12/27 at Youngstown State       68-70   1977-78 (8-16, 1-11)
1971-72 (12-11, 7-5)                  12/28 Baltimore (N)             63-59   11/26 Harris-Stowe           92-52
12/2 at Memphis             66-108    1/2   Lincoln (N)               61-68   11/30 at Drury             77-106
12/4 SIU-Edwardsville        96-90    1/3   Central Missouri (N)      96-83   12/3 at Pittsburg State      84-56
12/6 at Pittsburg State      85-92    1/4   Pittsburg State (N)       82-80   12/5 Arkansas-Pine Bluff     64-56
12/10 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 81-60       1/7   William Penn              63-46   12/17 at Arkansas State      57-68
12/11 Missouri Valley       101-59    1/11 Northwest Missouri         70-63   12/19 William Penn           55-47
12/29 Southwest Baptist (N) 79-86     1/13 Truman State               77-65   12/30 Alaska-Anchorage     104-81
12/30 at Lincoln             92-97    1/18 at Central Missouri        86-79   1/5   Truman State (N-OT) 89-79
1/7   at Wisconsin-Milwaukee 60-79    1/20 at Southwest Missouri      59-82   1/6   Drury (N)              62-79
1/8   at Loyola, Ill.        69-93    1/25 Southeast Missouri         79-54   1/7   Central Missouri (N)   80-87
1/11 Concordia, Wis.         57-55    2/1   at Southeast Missouri     61-90   1/9   Kentucky Wesleyan      71-63
1/15 Southeast Missouri      95-86    2/5   Lincoln                   72-70   1/12 Southeast Missouri      76-72
1/17 at Lincoln              79-86    2/8   at Truman State           55-74   1/16 at Lincoln              63-65
1/22 at Southeast Missouri 73-85      2/10 at Northwest Missouri      71-60   1/21 Northwest Missouri (OT) 74-76
1/29 Northwest Missouri      95-73    2/15 at Lincoln                 64-82   1/23 Truman State            72-98
     38            1980-81 (12-13, 4-10)
                   11/21 LeTourneau (N)           81-86
                                                          2/26 Truman State
                                                          11/25-27: Evangel Tournament,
                                                                                        83-75      1986-87 (15-11, 5-9)
                                                                                                   11/25 Westminster             83-65
                                                                                                                                             12/16 at Truman State
                                                                                                                                             1/4    at Eckerd
                                                                                                                                                                          54-63
                                                                                                                                                                          63-75
                   11/22 Lindenwood (N)           81-39   Springfield, Mo.                         11/29 Lindenwood              88-57       1/5    at Tampa              69-88
                   11/25 Westminster              95-62   12/29-30: Emporia Jaycees                12/3 Harris-Stowe             95-45       1/10 Southwest Baptist       59-71
                   11/28 Missouri-St. Louis (N) 77-63     Tournament,                              12/6 Missouri Valley          96-79       1/13 at Missouri Western     71-82
                   11/29 Graceland (N)            77-78   Emporia, Kan.                            12/8 Webster                  93-65       1/17 Missouri-St. Louis      57-66
                   12/2 Maryville                100-67                                            12/13 SIU-Edwardsville        95-93       1/20 Central Missouri        46-48
                   12/6 Pittsburg State           89-58   1983-84 (14-9, 4-8)                      12/28 at Quincy               88-81       1/24 Missouri Southern       67-45
                   12/13 Arkansas Tech            78-72   11/19 at Bellarmine (OT)      85-83      12/29 Wisconsin-Parkside (N) 96-80        1/27 at Pittsburg State      50-48
                   1/2    Pittsburg State (N)     80-59   11/20 Arkansas-Pine Bluff (N) 63-70      12/30 West Texas A&M (N)      57-66       1/30 at Southwest Baptist    49-66
                   1/3    at Missouri Southern    79-65   11/25 at Maryville            93-64      1/2    at Quincy              77-83       2/3    Southeast Missouri    56-57
                   1/7    at Southeast Missouri 71-69     11/28 Northeastern State      74-54      1/7    at Southeast Missouri 66-75        2/7    at Missouri-St. Louis 57-68
                   1/10 at Missouri-St. Louis     73-88   12/1 Harris-Stowe             80-53      1/10 at Central Missouri      75-73       2/10 at Washburn             74-66
                   1/12 Lincoln                   66-91   12/3 Illinois College         92-64      1/14 Missouri-St. Louis       76-68       2/14 at Missouri Southern    54-69
                   1/17 at Northwest Missouri 59-63       12/10 at Evangel              63-58      1/17 at Truman State State 81-67          2/17 Pittsburg State         72-68
                   1/19 at Truman State           71-76   1/3    at Arkansas State      63-56      1/21 Lincoln                  67-85       2/21 at Southeast Missouri 72-84
                   1/24 Southwest Missouri        68-54   1/7    at Southern Indiana    78-73      1/24 Southwest Baptist        86-94       2/24 Northwest Missouri (OT) 66-58
                   1/31 at Central Missouri       61-84   1/11 Truman State             74-80      1/28 at Northwest Missouri 87-96          2/28 at Lincoln              92-79
                   2/2    Southeast Missouri      62-56   1/14 Lincoln                  61-45      1/31 Southeast Missouri       79-88       3/3    Truman State          60-57
                   2/4    at Southwest Missouri 65-68     1/18 at Missouri-St. Louis    69-79      2/4    at Missouri-St. Louis  79-82       MIAA Post-Season Tournament
                   2/7    Missouri-St. Louis      62-67   1/21 Northwest Missouri       73-74      2/7    Central Missouri       50-71       3/6    at Southwest Baptist  62-76
                   2/9    at Lincoln              70-94   1/25 at Southeast Missouri 65-68         2/11 at Lincoln               59-67       11/17-18: Southern Indiana
                   2/14 Truman State (2OT)        92-94   1/28 Parks                    81-44      2/14 Truman State State       64-53       Tournament,
                   2/16 Northwest Missouri        63-78   2/1    at Central Missouri    52-80      2/16 Quincy                   63-57       Evansville, Ind.
                   2/21 Central Missouri          64-63   2/4    at Lincoln             59-53      2/18 Northwest Missouri       71-89
ALL-TIME RESULTS




                   MIAA Post-Season Tournament            2/8    Missouri-St. Louis     88-73      2/21 at Southwest Baptist     72-71       1990-91 (13-14, 4-12)
                   2/24 at Lincoln                61-79   2/11 at Northwest Missouri 65-74         2/23 at Missouri Baptist     104-85       11/22 John Brown (N)              82-71
                   11/21-22: Greenville Tournament,       2/15 Southeast Missouri       80-71      12/28-30: Quincy Tourn., Quincy, Ill.     11/23 Harding (N)                 91-80
                   Greenville, Ill.                       2/18 Evangel                  77-73                                                11/24 at Evangel                  67-63
                   11/28-29: UMKC Tournament,             2/22 Central Missouri         65-73      1987-88 (12-13, 6-8)                      11/27 Culver-Stockton             96-53
                   Kansas City, MO                        2/25 at Truman State          64-70      11/23 Harris-Stowe             93-73      12/1 at Drury                     68-74
                   1/2-3: Green & Gold Tourn., Joplin,    11/19-20: Bellarmine Tournament,         11/28 at Missouri Western      66-75      12/3 Westminster                  91-63
                   Mo.                                    Louisville, Ky.                          11/30 at Mo. Southern (OT) 80-81          12/8 Truman State                 79-72
                                                                                                   12/5 Missouri Valley           69-66      12/15 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff 74-72
                   1981-82 (12-14, 4-8)                   1984-85 (13-13, 4-8)                     12/7 Westminster               75-64      1/2     Arkansas-Pine Bluff*      66-69
                   11/21 Savannah State (N)       59-70   11/17 Southern Indiana          81-65    12/9 at Arkansas State         54-64      1/4     Cameron (N)               84-74
                   11/22 Pikeville (N)            74-85   11/19 Harris-Stowe              81-49    12/12 Lindenwood              102-57      1/5     Montana St.-Billings (N) 74-68
                   11/24 Maryville                82-78   11/24 at Arkansas State         56-75    12/22 Quincy                   65-75      1/10 at Southwest Baptist         64-96
                   12/2 Westminster               83-48   11/27 Lindenwood                77-52    1/2     at SIU-Edwards. (OT) 72-82        1/12 Missouri Western             62-81
                   12/4 at Lindenwood            109-53   12/1 at Quincy                  61-67    1/3     Lincoln (N)            75-66      1/16 at Missouri-St. Louis        73-77
                   12/5 Harris-Stowe (N)          87-64   12/5 Maryville                100-58     1/9     at Northwest Missouri 72-86       1/19 at Central Missouri          64-87
                   12/8 Missouri Valley (N)       99-71   12/8 Missouri Valley            87-55    1/13 Southeast Missouri        83-90      1/23 at Missouri Southern         66-80
                   12/12 at Evangel               63-65   12/19 Cumberland (N)            66-75    1/16 Central Missouri          63-65      1/26 Pittsburg State              53-51
                   1/1    Baker (N)               72-84   12/20 Indiana-Southeast (N) 68-59        1/20 at Missouri-St. Louis     72-84      1/30 Southwest Baptist            57-83
                   1/2    Oklahoma Baptist (N) 91-59      12/29 at Mississippi            62-86    1/23 Truman State              89-70      2/2     at Southeast Missouri 59-70
                   1/5    at Arkansas State       53-72   1/3    SIU-Edwardsville         86-73    1/27 at Lincoln                83-74      2/6     Missouri-St. Louis        58-61
                   1/9    at Lincoln              65-63   1/5    at Northeastern State 67-76       1/30 at Southwest Baptist      57-60      2/9     Washburn                  76-63
                   1/12 Harris-Stowe              98-74   1/9    at Southeast Missouri 60-72       2/3     Northwest Missouri     82-71      2/13 Missouri Southern            77-71
                   1/16 Northwest Missouri        76-70   1/12 at Central Missouri        49-68    2/6     at Southeast Missouri 78-95       2/16 at Pittsburg State           80-79
                   1/18 Truman State              87-73   1/16 Missouri-St. Louis         65-94    2/10 Missouri-St. Louis        67-82      2/20 Southeast Missouri           65-87
                   1/23 at Southeast Missouri 68-80       1/19 at Truman State            49-51    2/13 at Central Missouri       71-84      2/23 at Northwest Missouri 80-84
                   1/25 at Missouri-St. Louis     59-75   1/23 Lincoln                    82-71    2/17 Lincoln                   94-79      2/28 Lincoln                      67-70
                   1/27 Central Missouri          60-78   1/26 Parks                      95-52    2/20 at Truman State           82-79      3/2     at Truman State           50-83
                   1/30 Lincoln                   81-76   1/30 at Northwest Missouri 54-70         2/24 Missouri Western          93-80      *Game forfeited to UMR
                   2/2    Evangel                 82-81   2/2    Southeast Missouri       57-80    2/27 Southwest Baptist         87-76      11/22-24: Evangel Tournament,
                   2/6    at Northwest Missouri 77-85     2/6    at Missouri-St. Louis    69-78    1/2-3: SIUE Classic, Edwardsville, Ill.   Springfield, Mo.
                   2/8    at Truman State         67-90   2/9    Central Missouri         47-48                                              1/4-5: Hillyard Classic, Maryville, Mo.
                   2/13 Southeast Missouri        74-93   2/13 at Lincoln                 61-42    1988-89 (9-16, 4-10)
                   2/15 Missouri-St. Louis        60-68   2/16 Truman State               60-59    11/21 at Quincy               64-66       1991-92 (17-9, 10-6)
                   2/20 at Central Missouri       43-62   2/20 Northwest Missouri         77-55    11/25 at Indiana-Southeast    73-67       11/22 Grand Valley State (N) 114-84
                   MIAA Post-Season Tournament            2/23 at SIU-Edwardsville        51-49    11/26 at Bellarmine           53-55       11/23 Oakland, Mich. (N)         77-71
                   2/23 at Truman State State 60-98       12/19-20: USI Tourn., Evansville, Ind.   11/29 Missouri Southern       62-63       11/29 Culver-Stockton (N)       110-99
                   11/21-22: Bellarmine Tournament,                                                12/3 Rockhurst                60-66       11/30 Benedictine (N)           112-98
                   Louisville, Ky.                        1985-86 (8-17, 3-9)                      12/5 Westminster              86-72       12/2 at Kansas State             78-90
                   12/4-5: UMSL Tourn., St. Louis, Mo.    11/22 at Northeastern State 50-63        12/7 Harris-Stowe             85-54       12/7 Lyon                        84-79
                   1/1-2: MSSU Tournament, Joplin, Mo.    11/23 Okla. Arts & Sci. (N)    51-54     12/10 Pittsburg State         78-68       12/11 Webster                   128-74
                                                          11/26 Harris-Stowe             79-47     1/4     at Missouri Southern  62-63       1/3     at Grand Canyon          74-92
                   1982-83 (14-12, 4-8)                   11/29 SIU-Edwardsville         71-80     1/6     Central Methodist (N) 90-62       1/4     Eastern New Mexico (N) 89-84
                   11/19 Missouri Valley         87-76    12/2 Missouri Valley           92-62     1/7     at Pittsburg State    65-72       1/9     at Southwest Baptist     85-81
                   11/20 at Washington Univ.     76-57    12/7 at Quincy                 66-65     1/11 at Southeast Missouri 65-77          1/11 at Missouri Western         88-98
                   11/25 Oklahoma Christian (N) 63-94     12/26 Angelo State (N)         57-64     1/14 at Central Missouri      60-69       1/15 at Missouri-St. Louis 110-85
                   11/26 Bible Baptist (N-OT)    71-69    12/27 Livingstone (N)          68-84     1/18 Missouri-St. Louis       60-70       1/18 Central Missouri            88-90
                   11/27 at Evangel (OT)         79-75    12/28 Texas A&M-Comm. (N) 82-70          1/21 at Truman State          62-72       1/22 Missouri Southern           74-64
                   12/3 Lindenwood               99-48    1/2    at Arkansas State       51-72     1/25 at Lincoln               63-58       1/25 at Pittsburg St. (3OT) 99-101
                   12/4 Illinois College         85-68    1/4    Abilene Christian       77-83     1/28 Southwest Baptist        63-66       1/29 Southwest Baptist           78-66
                   12/11 at Evangel              59-70    1/8    Southeast Missouri      80-67     2/1     at Northwest Missouri 64-79       2/1     at Lincoln              120-99
                   12/29 Northeastern State (N) 62-71     1/11 Central Missouri          59-67     2/4     Southeast Missouri    59-85       2/5     Missouri-St. Louis       69-64
                   12/30 Colo. School of Mines (N)72-64   1/15 at Missouri-St. Louis     73-79     2/8     at Missouri-St. Louis 62-57       2/8     at Washburn              86-99
                   1/4   at Arkansas State       51-71    1/18 Truman State              60-83     2/11 Central Missouri         51-58       2/12 at Missouri Southern        69-91
                   1/8   at Truman State         91-71    1/22 at Lincoln                58-72     2/15 Lincoln                  74-56       2/15 Pittsburg State             78-70
                   1/11 Evangel                  89-68    1/25 Missouri Baptist          68-60     2/18 Truman State             74-60       2/19 Lincoln                    100-79
                   1/15 at Lincoln               70-79    1/29 Northwest Missouri        58-63     2/22 Northwest Missouri       57-76       2/22 Northwest Missouri         110-85
                   1/19 Missouri-St. Louis       79-76    2/1    at Southeast Missouri 56-65       2/25 at Southwest Baptist     63-78       2/26 at Emporia State            79-89
                   1/22 at Northwest Missouri 58-71       2/5    Missouri-St. Louis      63-55     1/6-7: PSU Tournament, Pittsburg,         2/29 Truman State State          97-78
                   1/26 Southeast Missouri       75-77    2/8    at Central Missouri     62-75     Kan.                                      MIAA Post-Season Tournament
                   1/29 Washington Univ.         72-59    2/12 Lincoln                   57-54                                               3/3     Pittsburg State          60-71
                   2/2   Central Missouri        60-73    2/15 at Truman State           70-79     1989-90 (10-16, 7-9)                      11/22-23: Executive Inn Classic,
                   2/5   Lincoln                 87-70    2/19 at Northwest Missouri 63-84         11/17 Oakland City (N)          89-64     Owensboro, Ky.
                   2/9   at Missouri-St. Louis   67-80    2/22 at SIU-Edwardsville*      55-62     11/18 at Southern Indiana       66-76     11/29-30: Hall of Fame Classic,
                   2/12 Northwest Missouri       55-56    *Game forfeited to UMR                   11/25 Webster                   75-47     Columbia, Mo.
                   2/16 at Southeast Missouri 67-95       11/22-23: Northeastern State Tourn.,     12/2 Drury                      64-79     1/3-4: 'Lopes Invitational, Phoenix,
                   2/19 Harris-Stowe             79-69    Tahlequah, Okla.                         12/4 Westminster               100-62     Ariz.
                   2/23 at Central Missouri      76-81    12/26-28: Quincy Tourn., Quincy, Ill.    12/9 at Rockhurst               79-86
1992-93 (16-11, 10-6)
11/22 Arkansas Baptist        133-85
                                         12/2-3: Pepsi-Cola/Ameritech
                                         Shootout, Rolla, Mo.
                                                                                 1/17 Central Missouri
                                                                                 1/21 at Missouri Southern
                                                                                                                85-90
                                                                                                                75-87
                                                                                                                         1/10 Pittsburg State
                                                                                                                         1/13 at Central Missouri
                                                                                                                                                       67-68
                                                                                                                                                       68-82
                                                                                                                                                                       39
11/27 at Florida Tech         103-85                                             1/24 at Northwest Missouri 65-92        1/17 at Missouri Western      57-72
11/28 S.C. Spartanburg (N)     74-82     1995-96 (25-6, 12-4)                    1/26 at Pittsburg State        60-85    1/20 Northwest Missouri       43-72
12/1 at Evansville             73-82     MIAA Champions                          1/28 Southwest Baptist         52-50    1/24 Truman State             45-59
12/5 at Lyon                   97-85     MIAA Tournament Champions               2/4    Pittsburg State         73-70    1/27 at Washburn              50-92
12/8 at Webster               119-47     11/18 at Lyon                  90-75    2/7    Truman State (2OT)      68-72    1/30 at Southwest Baptist     75-93
12/12 Drury                    94-82     11/21 Lindenwood               87-82    2/11 at Lincoln                95-59    2/2    Emporia State          52-61
12/29 at Northern Arizona      95-85     12/1 Missouri Baptist          83-74    2/14 at Washburn               55-77    2/4    Missouri Southern      66-84
1/2     Michigan Tech          67-79     12/2 Eckerd                    76-60    2/18 Missouri Southern         82-73    2/6    at Pittsburg State     63-70
1/3     West Texas A&M         67-84     12/6 Maryville                 91-68    2/21 at Southwest Baptist      81-94    2/9    Central Missouri       59-64
1/6     Southwest Baptist      80-68     12/9 Westminster               96-72    MIAA Post-Season Tournament             2/13 Missouri Western         73-79
1/9     Missouri Western       90-76     12/16 at Drury                 59-73    2/24 at Northwest Missouri 67-79        2/16 at Northwest Missouri 84-93
1/13 Missouri-St. Louis        86-65     12/18 Lyon                     86-63    11/28-29: UMR Classic, Rolla, Mo.       2/20 at Truman State          84-62
1/16 at Central Missouri (OT) 96-93      12/29 Central Washington (N) 75-69      12/1-2: Pepsi-Cola Shootout, Rolla,     2/23 Washburn                 75-93
1/20 at Missouri Southern      63-90     12/30 at Seattle Pacific       81-68    Mo.                                     11/24-25: Rockhurst Classic,
1/23 Pittsburg State           83-79     1/3    at Lincoln              68-59                                            Kansas City, Mo.
1/26 at Southwest Baptist      63-79     1/6    at Northwest Missouri* 66-71     1998-99 (12-15, 6-10)                   12/16-17: MIAA Holiday Classic,
1/30 Lincoln                   97-92     1/10 Missouri-St. Louis        82-83    11/17 Hannibal-LaGrange         68-54   Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
2/3     at Missouri-St. Louis  89-81     1/13 Southwest Baptist (OT) 81-66       11/23 at Rice                   59-69
2/6     Washburn               77-74     1/17 at Truman State           81-77    11/27 Arkansas Baptist         105-71   2001-02 (13-15, 6-12)
2/10 Missouri Southern         80-85     1/20 at Pittsburg State (OT) 79-82      11/28 McKendree                 99-80   11/19 Maryville              88-65
2/13 at Pittsburg State        71-80     1/24 Washburn                  75-62    12/2 at Maryville               88-79   11/23 Regis (N)              68-65
2/17 at Lincoln                84-86     1/27 Central Missouri          74-67    12/4 Montevallo                 63-76   11/24 Colorado Christian (N) 73-71
2/20 at Northwest Mo. (OT)100-103        2/1    Emporia State           73-63    12/5 Rockhurst                  85-70   11/30 BYU-Hawaii (N)         79-89




                                                                                                                                                                ALL-TIME RESULTS
2/24 Emporia State            102-84     2/3    at Missouri Southern    91-81    12/12 Westminster              104-66   12/2 at Alaska-Anchorage     78-76
2/27 at Truman State           80-66     2/7    at Missouri Western     78-63    12/19 Tarleton State (N-OT) 71-73       12/5 Lincoln                 99-95
MIAA Post-Season Tournament              2/10 Northwest Missouri*       63-72    12/20 Central Oklahoma (N) 78-86        12/8 Christian Brothers      85-77
3/2     at Southwest Baptist   74-91     2/14 at Missouri-St. Louis     60-59    1/2    at Emporia State         68-78   12/15 at Missouri-St. Louis  71-67
11/27-28: Florida Tech Tournament,       2/17 at Southwest Baptist      79-73    1/4    at Northwest Mo. (OT) 82-79      12/17 at Christian Brothers  71-81
Melbourne, Fla.                          2/21 Truman State              69-62    1/9    Missouri Western         59-76   1/2    Missouri Southern     67-75
1/2-3: Pepsi-Cola Shootout, Rolla, Mo.   2/24 Pittsburg State           84-76    1/11 Truman State               49-55   1/5    at Emporia State      71-80
                                         MIAA Post-Season Tournament             1/13 at Washburn                53-56   1/7    Southwest Baptist     79-74
1993-94 (11-15, 3-13)                    2/27 Washburn                112-104    1/16 at Central Missouri        75-68   1/9    at Pittsburg State    78-81
11/20 at Lyon                  76-66     2/29 Missouri-St. Louis        74-69    1/20 Missouri Southern          74-53   1/12 Washburn                53-59
11/22 Lindenwood               97-81     3/2    Central Missouri        67-65    1/23 Northwest Missouri         50-64   1/16 Central Missouri        60-61
11/29 Quincy                   88-87     NCAA Division II Regional               1/25 Pittsburg State            64-77   1/19 at Missouri Western     58-77
12/3 at Colorado Mines        92-102     (at Rolla, Mo.)                         1/28 at Southwest Baptist       59-71   1/23 at Truman State         68-60
12/4 St. Martin’s (N)          81-69     3/8    Central Missouri        72-67    2/3    at Pittsburg State       57-76   1/26 Northwest Missouri      73-79
12/8 Westminster               91-50     3/9    North Alabama           80-92    2/6    at Truman State          58-69   1/30 at Missouri Southern    72-89
12/11 Illinois College         96-73     *Games forfeited to UMR                 2/10 Lincoln                    86-72   2/2    Emporia State         82-66
12/18 at Drury                 76-85     12/1-2: Pepsi-Cola/Ameritech            2/13 Washburn                   70-75   2/4    at Southwest Baptist  63-79
1/1     Colorado Mines         96-75     Shootout, Rolla, Mo.                    2/17 at Missouri Southern       71-67   2/6    Pittsburg State       82-72
1/2     Grand Valley State     79-70     12/29-30: Oak Harbor Classic, Seattle   2/20 Southwest Baptist          86-51   2/9    at Washburn           64-94
1/5     Lincoln                83-80                                             MIAA Post-Season Tournament             2/13 at Central Missouri     53-32
1/8     at Northwest Missouri 68-94      1996-97 (14-12, 6-12)                   2/22 at Pittsburg State         56-88   2/16 Missouri Western        67-98
1/12 Washburn                  69-76     11/16 Drury                     98-69   11/27-28: UMR Classic, Rolla, Mo.       2/20 Truman State            75-72
1/15 Missouri-St. Louis        93-65     11/23 Harris-Stowe              94-47   12/4-5: Pepsi-Cola Shootout, Rolla,     2/23 at Northwest Missouri 62-75
1/19 at Pittsburg State        74-91     11/26 Maryville                 88-59   Mo.                                     MIAA Post-Season Tournament
1/22 at Southwest Baptist      86-91     11/29 Nova Southeastern (N)     83-68   12/19-20: High Desert Classic,          2/26 at Missouri Western     54-64
1/26 Central Missouri          62-72     11/30 at Eckerd                 85-74   Las Vegas, Nevada                       11/23-24: Rockhurst Classic,
1/29 at Missouri Southern      92-94     12/4 at Pittsburg State         46-68                                           Kansas City, Mo.
2/3     Emporia State          71-68     12/6 Missouri Baptist           90-59   1999-00 (6-19, 1-17)                    11/30-12/1: AT&T Alascom Jamboree,
2/5     at Missouri Western    71-91     12/7 Rockhurst                  73-65   11/22 Oakland City              78-76   Anchorage, Alaska
2/9     at Truman State        57-76     12/11 Westminster               75-50   11/27 Lyon                      83-65
2/12 Northwest Missouri        77-81     12/14 Lincoln                   75-60   12/4 Lincoln                    97-83   2002-03 (12-15, 7-11)
2/16 at Washburn               75-91     12/30 Truman State              73-76   12/11 at Rockhurst              55-76   11/23 at Lincoln               54-79
2/19 at Missouri-St. Louis     81-94     1/4    at Emporia State         81-87   12/20 Morehouse (N)             82-73   11/25 University of the Ozarks 86-71
2/23 Pittsburg State           71-84     1/6    at Northwest Missouri    61-66   12/21 North Florida (N)         66-75   11/29 Central Oklahoma (N) 83-78
2/26 Southwest Baptist         70-81     1/11 Missouri Western           81-80   12/31 at Lincoln                77-70   11/30 Hillsdale (N)            68-81
12/3-4: Colorado Mines Tournament,       1/15 at Washburn                65-96   1/3    Missouri Southern        56-71   12/7 Harris-Stowe              91-60
Golden, Colo.                            1/18 at Central Missouri        71-83   1/6    at Southwest Baptist     70-74   12/14 Missouri-St. Louis       50-44
1/1-2: Pepsi-Cola Shootout, Rolla, Mo.   1/22 Missouri Southern          68-61   1/8    Emporia State            57-73   12/20 at St. Edward's          89-79
                                         1/25 Northwest Missouri         53-62   1/12 at Pittsburg State         56-60   12/22 at Incarnate Word        49-68
1994-95 (10-16, 2-14)                    1/28 at Southwest Baptist       65-71   1/15 Central Missouri           48-64   12/30 at Southwest Baptist     71-67
11/19 Lyon                      91-70    2/3    Emporia State (OT)       83-81   1/19 Missouri Western           60-65   1/4    at Emporia State        57-75
11/25 Oakland, Mich. (N)       73-103    2/5    Pittsburg State          74-62   1/22 at Northwest Missouri      75-88   1/8    Pittsburg State (OT)    67-69
11/26 St. Augustine’s (N)       77-71    2/8    at Truman State          69-45   1/26 at Truman State            65-73   1/11 at Washburn               51-67
11/30 at Quincy                 83-80    2/12 at Lincoln (2OT)           81-87   1/29 Washburn                   73-72   1/15 at Central Missouri       70-72
12/2 Rockhurst                  70-65    2/15 Washburn                   67-69   1/31 at Missouri Southern       63-64   1/18 Missouri Western (OT) 68-61
12/3 Saint Joseph’s             82-74    2/19 at Missouri Southern       65-83   2/2    Southwest Baptist (OT)   67-71   1/22 Truman State              70-62
12/6 Maryville                  81-60    2/22 Southwest Baptist          67-71   2/5    at Emporia State         54-59   1/25 at Northwest Missouri 58-70
12/10 Westminster               80-68    11/29-30: Eckerd Classic,               2/9    Pittsburg State          58-60   1/29 Missouri Southern         65-61
12/17 at Lindenwood             80-68    St. Petersburg, Fla.                    2/12 at Central Missouri        58-74   2/1    Emporia State           76-67
12/19 Drury                     78-79    12/1-2: Pepsi-Cola/Ameritech            2/16 at Missouri Western        77-86   2/5    at Pittsburg State      64-78
1/4    Missouri Western         77-88    Shootout, Rolla, Mo.                    2/19 Northwest Missouri         69-75   2/8    Washburn                71-84
1/7    Northwest Missouri       76-69                                            2/23 Truman State               62-69   2/12 Central Missouri          70-69
1/11 at Washburn               71-100    1997-98 (12-15, 7-9)                    2/26 at Washburn                55-90   2/15 at Missouri Western       64-85
1/14 at Missouri-St. Louis      69-86    11/22 at St. Mary’s,Texas       67-78   12/20-21: Eckerd Classic,               2/19 at Truman State           58-79
1/18 Pittsburg State            75-89    11/25 at Rice                   57-79   St. Petersburg, Fla.                    2/22 Northwest Missouri        54-75
1/21 Southwest Baptist          62-90    11/28 Arkansas Baptist         110-49                                           2/26 at Missouri Southern      56-71
1/25 at Central Missouri        78-94    11/29 Rockhurst                 75-66   2000-01 (5-21, 3-15)                    3/1    Southwest Baptist       86-63
1/28 Missouri Southern          77-95    12/3 Westminster                89-61   11/18 William Penn           81-52      MIAA Post-Season Tournament
2/1    at Emporia State         73-87    12/5 Arkansas Tech              55-57   11/21 at Southeast Missouri 63-87       (at Kansas City, Mo.)
2/4    at Lincoln              87-110    12/6 North Alabama              68-70   11/24 Lincoln (N)            78-92      3/7    Missouri Western        56-73
2/8    Truman State             68-77    12/13 Lincoln                   84-70   11/25 at Rockhurst           53-67      11/29-30: Hillyard Classic,
2/11 at Northwest Missouri 69-73         12/20 at Drury                  66-81   12/6 at Lincoln             83-100      St. Joseph, Mo.
2/15 Washburn                   67-82    12/30 at Arkansas Tech          69-68   12/9 Rockhurst (OT)          82-79
2/18 Missouri-St. Louis         81-69    1/3   Emporia State             74-56   12/16 Lynn (N)               65-90
2/22 at Pittsburg State         76-94    1/5   Northwest Missouri        69-66   12/17 Barry (N)              72-87
2/25 at Southwest Baptist       63-68    1/10 at Missouri Western        61-82   1/3   Southwest Baptist      72-64
11/25-26: Gary Miller Classic, Erie,     1/12 at Truman State            63-61   1/6   at Emporia State       82-72
Pa.                                      1/14 Washburn                   58-71   1/8   at Missouri Southern   58-93
     40            2003-04 (14-14, 7-11 MIAA)
                   11/15 Missouri-St. Louis       84-54
                                                                     2004-05 (10-17, 4-14 MIAA)
                                                                     11/17 St. Louis Pharmacy       72-33
                                                                                                                        2005-06 (2-25, 0-19 GLVC)
                                                                                                                        11/15 Lincoln                83-82
                                                                                                                                                                          Miners’ Best Records after…

                   11/21 Robt. Morris-Springfield 76-60              11/20 Missouri-St. Louis       76-59               11/18 at Arkansas State      56-85                Games
                   11/28 Central Oklahoma (N) 80-77                  11/26 St. Edward’s (N)         60-63               11/19 at Harding            77-102                1............................................. 1-0 (2005-06)
                                                                                                                                                                          2............................................. 2-0 (2004-05)
                   11/29 Lock Haven (N)           73-46              11/27 Westminster (N)          78-60               11/26 at Central Arkansas    51-61
                                                                                                                                                                          3............................................. 3-0 (2003-04)
                   12/4 Calvary Bible            127-42              11/30 at SIU-Edwardsville      46-50               11/28 Central Bible          79-63                4............................................. 4-0 (2003-04)
                   12/8 Central Bible            100-71              12/4 Robt. Morris-Springfield 80-53                12/1 Southern Indiana        55-70                5............................................. 5-0 (2003-04)
                   12/13 SIU-Edwardsville         53-68              12/9 Rhema Bible               68-46               12/3 Kentucky Wesleyan       65-69                6............................................. 6-0 (2003-04)
                   12/20 at Missouri-St. Louis    77-72              12/17 Henderson State (N)      45-46               12/10 at Missouri-St. Louis  61-71                7............................................. 7-0 (1986-87)
                   12/21 at Bellarmine            86-90              12/18 Ouachita Baptist (N)     61-60               12/19 at Eckerd              71-90                8............................................. 8-0 (1986-87)
                                                                                                                                                                          9............................................. 8-1 (1996-97)
                   12/30 at Emporia State         71-72              12/30 at Emporia State         60-79               12/20 at Tampa               61-79
                                                                                                                                                                          10........................................... 9-1 (1996-97)
                   1/3    at Northwest Missouri 60-73                1/3    Northwest Missouri      55-81               1/2   Harding                63-72                11......................................... 10-1 (1995-96)
                   1/7    Truman State            64-50              1/8    at Washburn             53-87               1/5   at Wisconsin-Parkside 52-72                 12......................................... 10-2 (1995-96)
                   1/10 Washburn                  69-76              1/12 Southwest Baptist         80-71               1/7   at Lewis              81-104                13......................................... 11-2 (1995-96)
                   1/13 at Southwest Baptist      85-71              1/15 Missouri Western (OT) 61-59                   1/12 Bellarmine              55-72                14......................................... 11-3 (1995-96)
                   1/17 at Missouri Western       76-92              1/19 at Central Missouri       55-78               1/14 Northern Kentucky       43-71                15......................................... 12-3 (1995-96)
                                                                                                                                                                          16......................................... 12-4 (1995-96)
                   1/21 Central Missouri          86-93              1/22 at Pittsburg State        44-53               1/19 at Quincy               41-60
                                                                                                                                                                          17......................................... 13-4 (1995-96)
                   1/24 Pittsburg State           72-59              1/26 Missouri Southern         75-68               1/21 at SIU Edwardsville     29-62                18......................................... 14-4 (1995-96)
                   1/28 at Mo. Southern (OT) 77-85                   1/29 Emporia State             61-70               1/26 Drury                   50-69                19......................................... 15-4 (1995-96)
                   1/31 Emporia State             61-70              2/2    at Mo. Southern (OT) 74-68                  1/28 Rockhurst               53-76                20......................................... 16-4 (1995-96)
                   2/4    Missouri Southern       62-93              2/5    Pittsburg State         66-72               2/2   at Indianapolis        40-74                21......................................... 17-4 (1995-96)
                   2/7    at Pittsburg State      72-92              2/7    at Truman State         54-72               2/4   at Saint Joseph’s      58-91                22......................................... 17-5 (1995-96)
                                                                                                                                                                          23......................................... 18-5 (1995-96)
                   2/11 at Central Missouri       65-58              2/9    Central Missouri        46-70               2/9   Quincy                 64-75
                                                                                                                                                                          24......................................... 19-5 (1995-96)
                   2/14 Missouri Western          82-54              2/12 at Missouri Western       54-73               2/11 SIU Edwardsville        45-79                25......................................... 20-5 (1995-96)
                   2/18 Southwest Baptist         68-72              2/15 at Southwest Baptist      48-52               2/16 at Drury                56-91                26......................................... 21-5 (1995-96)
ALL-TIME RESULTS




                   2/21 at Washburn               87-99              2/19 Washburn                  69-79               2/18 at Rockhurst            61-72                27......................................... 21-5 (1995-96)
                   2/25 at Truman State           82-63              2/23 Truman State              56-66               2/21 Missouri-St. Louis      60-68                28......................................... 22-5 (1995-96)
                   2/28 Northwest Missouri        82-73              2/26 at Northwest Missouri 51-76                   2/23 at Southern Indiana     60-97                29......................................... 24-5 (1995-96)
                                                                                                                                                                          30......................................... 25-5 (1995-96)
                   MIAA Post-Season Tournament                       11/26-27: KOKO/Holiday Inn Express
                                                                                                                                                                          31......................................... 25-6 (1995-96)
                   (at Kansas City, Mo.)                             Classic, Warrensburg, Mo.                          (N) Game played on neutral floor.
                   3/5    Washburn                74-91              12/17-18: Spa City Shootout, Hot                                                                     Note: Season listed is most recent it
                   11/28-29: Mortgage Plus Classic,                  Springs, Ark.                                                                                        occurred.
                   Topeka, Kan.




                   Miners as an NCAA Division II Ranked Team (Since 1960-61 season)
                   Jan. 3, 1984     #20 UMR 63, Arkansas State 56 (at Jonesboro)      Feb. 29, 1996*     #8 UMR 74, Missouri-St. Louis 69 (at Rolla)   Nov. 30, 1996 #12 UMR 85, Eckerd 74 (at St. Petersburg, Fla.)
                   Jan. 7, 1984     #20 UMR 78, So. Indiana 73 (at Evansville)        March 2, 1996*     #8 UMR 67, Central Missouri 65 (at Rolla)     Dec. 4, 1996  Pittsburg State 68, #12 UMR 46 (at Pittsburg)
                   Jan. 11, 1984    Truman State 80, #14 UMR 74 (at Rolla)            March 8, 1996**    #8 UMR 72, Central Missouri 67 (at Rolla)     Dec. 6, 1996  #12 UMR 90, Missouri Baptist 59 (at Rolla)
                   Jan. 14, 1984    #14 UMR 61, Lincoln 45 (at Rolla)                 March 9, 1996**    North Alabama 92, #8 UMR 80 (at Rolla)        Dec. 7, 1996  #12 UMR 73, Rockhurst 65 (at Rolla)
                   Dec. 16, 1995    Drury 73, #19 UMR 59 (at Springfield)             Nov. 16, 1996      #12 UMR 98, Drury 69 (at Rolla)               Dec. 14, 1996 #12 UMR 75, Lincoln 60 (at Rolla)
                   Dec. 18, 1995    #19 UMR 86, Lyon 63 (at Rolla)                    Nov. 23, 1996      #12 UMR 94, Harris-Stowe 47 (at Rolla)        Dec. 30, 1996 Truman State 76, #11 UMR 73 (at Rolla)
                   Feb. 21, 1996    #8 UMR 69, Truman State 62 (at Rolla)             Nov. 26, 1996      #12 UMR 88, Maryville 59 (at Rolla)           Jan. 4, 1997  Emporia State 87, #11 UMR 81 (at Emporia)
                   Feb. 24, 1996    #8 UMR 84, Pittsburg State 76 (at Rolla)          Nov. 29, 1996      #12 UMR 83, Nova Southeastern 68              Jan. 6, 1997  Northwest Mo. St. 66, #11 UMR 61 (at Maryville)
                   Feb. 27, 1996*   #8 UMR 112, Washburn 104 (at Rolla)                                  (at St. Petersburg, Fla)                      *MIAA Tournament game
                                                                                                                                                       **NCAA Regional game




                   Miners vs. NCAA Division II Ranked Teams (Since 1960-61 season)
                   Jan. 12, 1963    #4 Southeast Mo. St. 102, UMR 88 (at Rolla)       Feb. 22, 1984  #3 Central Missouri 73, UMR 65 (at Rolla)         Jan. 3, 2000     #25 Missouri Southern 71, UMR 56 (at Rolla)
                   Feb. 23, 1963    #2 Southeast Mo. St. 85, UMR 80                   Jan. 12, 1985  #8 Central Mo. 68, UMR 49 (at Warrensburg)        Jan. 15, 2000    #25 Central Missouri 64, UMR 48 (at Rolla)
                                    (at Cape Girardeau)                               Feb. 9, 1985   #4 Central Missouri 48, UMR 47 (at Rolla)         Jan. 19, 2000    #23 Missouri Western 65, UMR 60 (at Rolla)
                   Jan. 18, 1964    #6 Southeast Mo. St. 105, UMR 62                  Jan. 10, 1987  UMR 75, #12 Central Mo. 73 (at Warrensburg)       Jan. 29, 2000    UMR 73, #22 Washburn 72 (at Rolla)
                                    (at Cape Girardeau)                               Jan. 13, 1988  #5 Southeast Mo. St. 90, UMR 83 (at Rolla)        Jan. 31, 2000    #12 Missouri Southern 64, UMR 63 (at Joplin)
                   Feb. 18, 1967    #10 Missouri State 73, UMR 53 (at Springfield)    Feb. 6, 1988   #3 Southeast Mo. St. 95, UMR 78                   Jan. 20, 2001    #5 Northwest Mo. St. 72, UMR 43 (at Rolla)
                   Jan. 6, 1968     #5 Missouri State 89, UMR 65 (at Springfield)                    (at Cape Girardeau)                               Jan. 27, 2001    #23 Washburn 92, UMR 50 (at Topeka)
                   Feb. 19, 1968    #4 Missouri State 64, UMR 62 (at Rolla)           Jan. 11, 1989 #15 Southeast Mo. St. 77, UMR 65                   Feb. 17, 2001    #19 Northwest Mo. St. 93, UMR 84 (at Maryville)
                   Jan. 4, 1969     #14 Missouri State 92, UMR 46 (at Springfield)                   (at Cape Girardeau)                               Feb. 24, 2001    #5 Washburn 93, UMR 75 (at Rolla)
                   Feb. 15, 1969    #16 Missouri State 92, UMR 49 (at Rolla)          Jan. 14, 1989 #7 Central Mo. 69, UMR 60 (at Warrensburg)         Jan. 2, 2002     #18 Missouri Southern 75, UMR 67 (at Rolla)
                   Dec. 15, 1969    #2 Missouri State 79, UMR 65 (at Rolla)           Feb. 4, 1989   #6 Southeast Mo. St. 85, UMR 59 (at Rolla)        Jan. 12, 2002    #13 Washburn 59, UMR 53 (at Rolla)
                   Dec. 29, 1969    #2 Stephen F. Austin 86, UMR 58                   Jan. 20, 1990 #12 Central Missouri 48, UMR 46 (at Rolla)         Jan. 26, 2002    #5 Northwest Mo. St. 79, UMR 73 (at Rolla)
                                    (at Lake Charles, La.)                            Jan. 30, 1990 #6 Southwest Baptist 66, UMR 49 (at Bolivar)       Jan. 30, 2002    #19 Missouri Southern 89, UMR 72 (at Joplin)
                   Feb. 2, 1970     #14 Missouri State 100, UMR 66 (at Springfield)   Feb. 21, 1990 #13 Southeast Mo. St. 84, UMR 72                   Feb. 9, 2002     #19 Washburn 94, UMR 64 (at Topeka)
                   March 7, 1975    #11 North Dakota 72, UMR 61                                      (at Cape Girardeau)                               Feb. 16, 2002    #20 Missouri Western 98, UMR 67 (at Rolla)
                                    (at Grand Forks, N.D.)                            March 6, 1990* #11 Southwest Baptist 76, UMR 62 (at Bolivar)*    Feb. 23, 2002    #6 Northwest Mo. St. 75, UMR 62 (at Maryville)
                   Jan. 16, 1978    #4 Lincoln 65, UMR 63 (at Jefferson City)         Jan. 19, 1991 #9 Central Mo. 87, UMR 64 (at Warrensburg)         Feb. 26, 2002*   #12 Mo. Western 64, UMR 54 (at St. Joseph)
                   Feb. 27, 1978    #10 Missouri State 56, UMR 53 (at Rolla)          Jan. 30, 1991 #6 Southwest Baptist 83, UMR 57 (at Rolla)         Jan. 11, 2003    #7 Washburn 67, UMR 51 (at Topeka)
                   Jan. 22, 1979    #14 Truman State 82, UMR 71 (at Kirksville)       Feb. 8, 1992   #7 Washburn 99, UMR 86 (at Topeka)                Feb. 8, 2003     #24 Washburn 84, UMR 71 (at Rolla)
                   Feb. 12, 1979    #10 Lincoln 85, UMR 64 (at Jefferson City)        Jan. 9, 1993   UMR 90, #8 Missouri Western 76 (at Rolla)         Jan. 3, 2004     #4 Northwest Mo. St. 73, UMR 60 (at Maryville)
                   Feb. 17, 1979    #12 Truman State 91, UMR 81 (at Rolla)            Feb. 6, 1993   UMR 77, #2 Washburn 74 (at Rolla)                 Jan. 10, 2004    #24 Washburn 76, UMR 69 (at Rolla)
                   Feb. 2, 1980     #1 Central Missouri 69, UMR 67 (at Rolla)         Feb. 16, 1994 #10 Washburn 91, UMR 75 (at Topeka)                Feb. 21, 2004    #5 Washburn 99, UMR 87 (at Topeka)
                   Feb. 23, 1980    #1 Central Mo. 76, UMR 74 (at Warrensburg)        Jan. 4, 1995   #4 Missouri Western 88, UMR 77 (at Rolla)         Feb. 28, 2004    UMR 82, #11 Northwest Mo. St. 73 (at Rolla)
                   Jan. 31, 1981    #7 Central Mo. 84, UMR 61 (at Warrensburg)        Jan. 25, 1995 #20 Central Mo. 94, UMR 78 (at Warrensburg)        March 5, 2004*   #11 Washburn 91, UMR 74
                   Feb. 21, 1981    UMR 64, #10 Central Missouri 63 (at Rolla)        Jan. 27, 1996 UMR 74, #17 Central Missouri 67 (at Rolla)                          (at Kansas City, Mo.)
                   Feb. 24, 1981    #19 Lincoln 79, UMR 61 (at Jefferson City)        Feb. 10, 1996 #8 Northwest Mo. St. 72, UMR 63 (at Rolla)         Dec. 30, 2004    #10 Emporia State 79, UMR 60 (at Emporia)
                   Jan. 16, 1982    UMR 76, #14 Northwest Mo. St. 70 (at Rolla)       Feb. 15, 1997 #15 Washburn 69, UMR 67 (at Rolla)                 Jan. 19, 2005    #21 Central Mo. 78, UMR 55 (at Warrensburg)
                   Feb. 6, 1982     #15 Northwest Mo. St. 85, UMR 77 (at Maryville)   Jan. 14, 1998 #11 Washburn 71, UMR 58 (at Rolla)                 Jan. 22, 2005    #14 Pittsburg State 53, UMR 44 (at Pittsburg)
                   Jan. 24, 1983    #9 Southeast Mo. St. 77, UMR 75 (at Rolla)        Jan. 26, 1998 #10 Pittsburg State 85, UMR 60 (at Pittsburg)      Feb. 9, 2005     #10 Central Missouri 70, UMR 46 (at Rolla)
                   Feb. 2, 1983     #12 Central Missouri 73, UMR 60 (at Rolla)        Feb. 4, 1998   UMR 73, #9 Pittsburg State 70 (at Rolla)          Dec. 1, 2005     #4 Southern Indiana 70, UMR 55 (at Rolla)
                   Feb. 16, 1983    #9 Southeast Mo. St. 95, UMR 67                   Feb. 24, 1998* #18 Northwest Mo. St. 79, UMR 67 (at Maryville)   Feb. 4, 2006     #10 Saint Joseph’s 91, UMR 58
                                    (at Cape Girardeau)                               Jan. 4, 1999   UMR 82, #13 Northwest Mo. St. 79, OT                               (at Rensselaer, Ind.)
                   Feb. 23, 1983    #10 Central Mo. 81, UMR 76 (at Warrensburg)                      (at Maryville)                                    Feb. 11, 2006    #11 SIU Edwardsville 79, UMR 45 (at Rolla)
                   Jan. 21, 1984    #4 Northwest Mo. St. 74, UMR 73 (at Rolla)        Jan. 25, 1999 #6 Pittsburg State 77, UMR 64 (at Rolla)           Feb. 23, 2006    #17 Southern Ind. 97, UMR 60 (at Evansville)
                   Feb. 1, 1984     #10 Central Mo. 80, UMR 52 (at Warrensburg)       Feb. 3, 1999   #5 Pittsburg State 76, UMR 57 (at Pittsburg)
                   Feb. 11, 1984    #3 Northwest Mo. St. 74, UMR 65 (at Maryville)    Feb. 22, 1999* #10 Pittsburg State 88, UMR 56 (at Pittsburg)*    *MIAA Tournament game
RHEMA BIBLE COLLEGE                                                                              41
Nov. 15, 2006 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (7 p.m.)

LOCATION: Broken Arrow, Okla.
FOUNDED: 1974
ENROLLMENT: 1,100
CONFERENCE: Conference
SCHOOL COLORS: Royal blue, red and white
NICKNAME: Eagles
HOME COURT: Ninowski Recreation Center/2,500
2005-06 RECORD: 17-20
HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Perry Shockley




                                                                                        2006-07 UMR OPPONENTS
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: None                                       Head Coach
PHONE NUMBERS: 918-258-1588 ext. 2395 (Coach), xxx-xxx-xxxx (Fax)      Perry Shockley
E-MAIL: pshockley@rhema.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.rhema.org



MISSOURI WESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY
Nov. 17, 2006 at MWSU Fieldhouse, St. Joseph, Mo. (7:30 p.m.)

LOCATION: St. Joseph, Mo.
FOUNDED: 1915
ENROLLMENT: 5,200
CONFERENCE: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association
SCHOOL COLORS: Black and gold
NICKNAME: Griffons
HOME COURT: MWSU Fieldhouse/3,750
2005-06 RECORDS: 17-11, 8-8 MIAA
HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Tom Smith (Valparaiso, 1967)
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Brett King                                 Head Coach
PHONE NUMBERS: 816-271-4257 (Office), 816-271-4544 (Fax)                 Tom Smith
E-MAIL: king@missouriwestern.edu
WEB ADDRESS: www.gogriffons.edu


TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Nov. 18, 2006 at MWSU Fieldhouse, St. Joseph, Mo. (5:30 p.m.)

LOCATION: Kirksville, Mo.
FOUNDED: 1867
ENROLLMENT: 6,000
CONFERENCE: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association
SCHOOL COLORS: Purple and white
NICKNAME: Bulldogs
HOME COURT: Pershing Arena/3,000
2005-06 RECORDS: 20-9, 10-6 MIAA
HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Jack Schrader (Arizona State, 1975)
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Kevin White
PHONE NUMBERS: 660-785-4276 (Office), 660-785-7475 (Fax)
E-MAIL: kwhite@truman.edu                                               Head Coach
WEB ADDRESS: gobulldogs.truman.edu                                     Jack Schrader


LINCOLN UNIVERSITY
Nov. 25, 2006 at Jason Gymnasium, Jefferson City, Mo. (3 p.m.)

LOCATION: Jefferson City, Mo.
FOUNDED: 1866
ENROLLMENT: 3,600
CONFERENCE: Heartland Conference
SCHOOL COLORS: Navy blue and white
NICKNAME: Blue Tigers
HOME COURT: Jason Gymnasium/2,500
2005-06 RECORDS: 8-19, 3-9 Heartland
HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Charles Terry (Arkansas, 1976)
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Jeremy Copeland
PHONE NUMBERS: 573-681-5343 (Office), 573-681-5324 (Fax)               Head Coach
E-MAIL: copelandj@lincolnu.edu                                         Charles Terry
WEB ADDRESS: www.lincolnu.edu
       42               ST. LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
                        Nov. 27, 2006 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (7 p.m.)

                        LOCATION: St. Louis, Mo.
                        FOUNDED: 1864
                        ENROLLMENT: x,xxx
                        CONFERENCE: Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
                        SCHOOL COLORS: Purple and gold
                        NICKNAME: Eutectics
                        HOME COURT: Student Center/200
                        2005-06 RECORDS: 13-15, 0-5 KIAC
                        HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Brian Swift
2006-07 UMR OPPONENTS


                        SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: None
                        PHONE NUMBERS: 314-446-8347 (Office), 314-446-8345 (Fax)                   Head Coach
                        E-MAIL: bswift@stlcop.edu                                                   Brian Swift
                        WEB ADDRESS: www.stlcop.edu/athletics


                        SAINT JOSEPH’S COLLEGE
                        Nov. 30, 2006 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (7:30 p.m.)

                        LOCATION: Rensselaer, Ind.
                        FOUNDED: 1889
                        ENROLLMENT: 1,000
                        CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
                        SCHOOL COLORS: Cardinal and purple
                        NICKNAME: Pumas
                        HOME COURT: Scharf Alumni Fieldhouse/2,000
                        2005-06 RECORDS: 31-3, 17-2 GLVC
                        HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Richard Davis (Ashland, 2001)
                        SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Clark Teuscher
                        PHONE NUMBERS: 219-866-6141 (Office), 219-866-6280 (Fax)
                                                                                                  Head Coach
                        E-MAIL: clark@saintjoe.edu
                                                                                                  Richard Davis
                        WEB ADDRESS: www.saintjoe.edu/athletics


                        UNIVERSITY OF INDIANAPOLIS
                        Dec. 2, 2006 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (3 p.m.)

                        LOCATION: Indianapolis, Ind.
                        FOUNDED: 1902
                        ENROLLMENT: 4,000
                        CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
                        SCHOOL COLORS: Crimson and gray
                        NICKNAME: Greyhounds
                        HOME COURT: Nicoson Hall/4,000
                        2005-06 RECORDS: 4-23, 3-16 GLVC
                        HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Todd Sturgeon (DePauw, 1988)
                        SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Mitch Wigness
                        PHONE NUMBERS: 317-788-3494 (Office), 317-788-7432 (Fax)
                        E-MAIL: mwigness@uindy.edu                                                 Head Coach
                        WEB ADDRESS: athletics.uindy.edu                                          Todd Sturgeon


                        ROCKHURST UNIVERSITY
                        Dec. 7, 2006 at Mason-Halpin Gymnasium, Kansas City, Mo. (7:30 p.m.)
                        Feb. 15, 2006 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (7:30 p.m.)

                        LOCATION: Kansas City, Mo.
                        FOUNDED: 1910
                        ENROLLMENT: 2,500
                        CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
                        SCHOOL COLORS: Blue and white
                        NICKNAME: Hawks
                        HOME COURT: Mason-Halpin Gymnasium
                        2005-06 RECORDS: 12-15, 8-11 GLVC
                        HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Bill O’Connor (Benedictine, 1972)
                        SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: John Dodderidge
                        PHONE NUMBERS: 816-501-4850 (Office), 816-501-4119 (Fax)
                        E-MAIL: john.dodderidge@rockhurst.edu                                     Head Coach
                        WEB ADDRESS: www.rockhurst.edu/ru_athletics                               Bill O’Connor
DRURY UNIVERSITY                                                                                   43
Dec. 9, 2006 at Weiser Gym, Springfield, Mo. (1 p.m.)
Feb. 17, 2006 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (7:30 p.m.)

LOCATION: Springfield, Mo.
FOUNDED: 1873
ENROLLMENT: 1,500
CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
SCHOOL COLORS: Scarlet and gray
NICKNAME: Panthers
HOME COURT: Weiser Gym
2005-06 RECORDS: 21-9, 14-5 GLVC




                                                                                          2006-07 UMR OPPONENTS
HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Steve Hesser (Oklahoma State, 1980)
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Scott Puryear                                Head Coach
PHONE NUMBERS: 417-873-4097 (Office), 417-873-4098 (Fax)                  Steve Hesser
E-MAIL: spuryear@drury.edu
WEB ADDRESS: www.drury.edu/sports

CENTRAL CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Dec. 18, 2006 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (7 p.m.)

LOCATION: Moberly, Mo.
FOUNDED: 1957
ENROLLMENT: 520
CONFERENCE: Midwest Christian College Conference
SCHOOL COLORS: Crimson and white
NICKNAME: Heralds
HOME COURT: Pelfrey Hall
2004-05 RECORDS: 1-27, 0-10 MCCC (did not play in 2005-06)
HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Jon Briscoe (Central Christian, 2006)
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: None
PHONE NUMBERS: 660-263-3900 (Office)
E-MAIL: jonbrisc@cccb.edu                                                  Head Coach
WEB ADDRESS: www.cccb.edu/athletics                                        Jon Briscoe


OAKLAND CITY UNIVERSITY
Dec. 30, 2006 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (3 p.m.)
Jan. 23, 2007 at Johnson Center, Oakland City, Ind. (7 p.m.)

LOCATION: Oakland City, Ind.
FOUNDED: 1885
ENROLLMENT: 675
CONFERENCE: NCAA Division II independent
SCHOOL COLORS: Navy, Columbia blue and white
NICKNAME: Oaks
HOME COURT: Johnson Center/1,600
2005-06 RECORD: 18-11
HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Mike Sandifar (Indiana, 1971)
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Dave Terrell
PHONE NUMBERS: 812-749-1299 (Office), 812-749-1291 (Fax)                  Head Coach
E-MAIL: dterrell@oak.edu                                                  Mike Sandifar
WEB ADDRESS: www.oak.edu/athletics

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE
Jan. 4, 2007 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (7:30 p.m.)
Feb. 22, 2007 at Vadalabene Center, Edwardsville, Ill. (7:30 p.m.)

LOCATION: Edwardsville, Ill.
FOUNDED: 1957
ENROLLMENT: 13,449
CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
SCHOOL COLORS: Red and white
NICKNAME: Cougars
HOME COURT: Vadalabene Center/4,000
2005-06 RECORDS: 25-8, 14-5 GLVC
HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Marty Simmons (Evansville, 1987)
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Eric Hess
PHONE NUMBERS: 618-650-3608 (Office), 618-650-2296 (Fax)                   Head Coach
E-MAIL: ehess@siue.edu                                                    Marty Simmons
WEB ADDRESS: www.siue.edu/ATHLETIC
   44                   QUINCY UNIVERSITY
                        Jan. 6, 2007 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (7:30 p.m.)
                        Feb. 24, 2007 at Pepsi Arena, Quincy, Ill. (3:15 p.m.)

                        LOCATION: Quincy, Ill.
                        FOUNDED: 1860
                        ENROLLMENT: 1,200
                        CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
                        SCHOOL COLORS: Brown, gold and white
                        NICKNAME: Hawks
                        HOME COURT: Pepsi Arena/1,200
                        2005-06 RECORDS: 22-10, 14-5 GLVC
2006-07 UMR OPPONENTS


                        HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Marty Bell (South Carolina, 1985)
                        SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Brian Lovellette
                        PHONE NUMBERS: 217-228-5475 (Office), 217-228-5034 (Fax)                   Head Coach
                        E-MAIL: lovelbr@quincy.edu                                                  Marty Bell
                        WEB ADDRESS: www.quincy.edu/sports


                        NORTHERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
                        Jan. 11, 2007 at Regents Hall, Highland Heights, Ky. (7:45 p.m. EST)

                        LOCATION: Highland Heights, Ky.
                        FOUNDED: 1968
                        ENROLLMENT: 14,000
                        CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
                        SCHOOL COLORS: Gold, black and white
                        NICKNAME: Norse
                        HOME COURT: Regents Hall/1,700
                        2005-06 RECORDS: 17-11, 12-7 GLVC
                        HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): David Bezold (Viterbo, 1990)
                        SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Don Owen
                        PHONE NUMBERS: 859-572-5470 (Office), 859-572-5427 (Fax)
                                                                                                   Head Coach
                        E-MAIL: owend@nku.edu
                                                                                                   David Bezold
                        WEB ADDRESS: www.nku.edu/athletics


                        BELLARMINE UNIVERSITY
                        Jan. 13, 2007 at Knights Hall, Louisville, Ky. (3:15 p.m. EST)

                        LOCATION: Louisville, Ky.
                        FOUNDED: 1950
                        ENROLLMENT: 2,600
                        CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
                        SCHOOL COLORS: Scarlet and silver
                        NICKNAME: Knights
                        HOME COURT: Knights Hall/3,000
                        2005-06 RECORDS: 14-14, 11-8 GLVC
                        HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Scott Davenport (Louisville, 1978)
                        SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Nels Popp
                        PHONE NUMBERS: 502-452-8078 (Office), 502-452-8450 (Fax)
                                                                                                   Head Coach
                        E-MAIL: npopp@bellarmine.edu
                                                                                                  Scott Davenport
                        WEB ADDRESS: www.bellarmine.edu/athletics


                        UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE
                        Jan. 18, 2007 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (7:30 p.m.)

                        LOCATION: Kenosha, Wis.
                        FOUNDED: 1968
                        ENROLLMENT: 5,500
                        CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
                        SCHOOL COLORS: Green and black
                        NICKNAME: Rangers
                        HOME COURT: DiSimone Gymnasium/2,120
                        2005-06 RECORDS: 15-13, 8-11 GLVC
                        HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Luke Riegel (Wisconsin-Platteville, 1997)
                        SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Steve Kratochvil
                        PHONE NUMBERS: 262-595-2045 (Office), 262-595-2560 (Fax)
                        E-MAIL: kratochv@uwp.edu                                                   Head Coach
                        WEB ADDRESS: www.uwp.edu/athletics                                         Luke Riegel
LEWIS UNIVERSITY                                                                               45
Jan. 20, 2007 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (3 p.m.)

LOCATION: Romeoville, Ill.
FOUNDED: 1932
ENROLLMENT: 4,500
CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
SCHOOL COLORS: Red and white
NICKNAME: Flyers
HOME COURT: Neil Carey Arena/1,500
2005-06 RECORDS: 13-14, 7-12 GLVC
HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Scott Trost (Minnesota-Morris, 1985)




                                                                                      2006-07 UMR OPPONENTS
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Mickey Smith
PHONE NUMBERS: 815-836-5248 (Office), 815-836-5170 (Fax)
E-MAIL: smithmh@lewisu.edu                                             Head Coach
WEB ADDRESS: lewisflyers.cstv.com                                       Scott Trost


UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS
Jan. 27, 2007 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (3 p.m.)
Feb. 6, 2007 at Mark Twain Building, St. Louis, Mo. (7:30 p.m.)

LOCATION: St. Louis, Mo.
FOUNDED: 1963
ENROLLMENT: 12,000
CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
SCHOOL COLORS: Red and gold
NICKNAME: Rivermen
HOME COURT: Mark Twain Building/4,736
2005-06 RECORDS: 14-13, 7-12 GLVC
HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Chris Pilz (Missouri-St. Louis, 1991)
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Todd Addington
PHONE NUMBERS: 314-516-5660 (Office), 314-516-5635 (Fax)               Head Coach
E-MAIL: todd.addington@umsl.edu                                         Chris Pilz
WEB ADDRESS: www.umsl-sports.com

KENTUCKY WESLEYAN COLLEGE
Feb. 1, 2007 at Owensboro Sportscenter, Owensboro, Ky. (7:30 p.m.)

LOCATION: Owensboro, Ky.
FOUNDED: 1858
ENROLLMENT: 700
CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
SCHOOL COLORS: Purple and white
NICKNAME: Panthers
HOME COURT: Owensboro Sportscenter/5,002
2005-06 RECORDS: 7-19, 4-15 GLVC
HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Todd Lee (South Dakota, 1986)
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Roy Pickerill
PHONE NUMBERS: 270-852-3143 (Office), 270-852-3189 (Fax)
                                                                       Head Coach
E-MAIL: pickeril@kwc.edu
                                                                        Todd Lee
WEB ADDRESS: www.kwc.edu/athindex.asp


UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA
Feb. 3, 2007 at PAC Arena, Evansville, Ind. (3:15 p.m.)
Feb. 10, 2007 at Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, Rolla, Mo. (3 p.m.)

LOCATION: Evansville, Ind.
FOUNDED: 1965
ENROLLMENT: 10,000
CONFERENCE: Great Lakes Valley Conference
SCHOOL COLORS: Red, white and blue
NICKNAME: Eagles
HOME COURT: Physical Activities Center/3,300
2005-06 RECORDS: 27-7, 14-5 GLVC
HEAD COACH (Alma Mater): Rick Herdes (Graceland, 1980)
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Ray Simmons
PHONE NUMBERS: 812-465-1121 (Office), 812-465-7094 (Fax)               Head Coach
E-MAIL: rsimmons@usi.edu                                               Rick Herdes
WEB ADDRESS: www.usi.edu/sports
   46                   Reinhard Abendroth .................. 1950-53            Bill Crain ....................................1943-44   Robert Guster............................ 1997-99
                        Maurice Albertson ..................... 1909-11          Guy Cunningham .......................1922-25            Ted Haas................................... 1979-81
                        Blake Allen ................................ 2001-02     Joe Cunningham........................1984-86            Walter Haase............................. 1916-17
                        George Allison........................... 1940-42        John Curry .................................1996-97      Robert Hale ............................... 1963-64
                        Chris Alverson ........................... 1993-94       Kenny Daggs .............................1987-88         Elton Hall ................................... 1966-67
                        Alvin Anderson .......................... 2004-05        Edward Damotte ........................1910-11           Tyree Hall .................................. 1983-84
                        Charles Anderson...................... 1973-75           Bill Darnell..................................1931-32    Wayne Hammond...................... 1956-57
                        Mike Anderson .......................... 1977-78         Kerry Darting..............................2001-04       Alan Harper ............................... 1961-62
                        Charles Andrew......................... 1965-67          Keith Davidson...........................1968-72         Bobby Harris.............................. 1955-56
                        Randy Armstrong ...................... 1974-75           Tyrone Davidson........................2005-06           Eric Harris.................................. 1999-00
                        Paul Arnold................................ 1952-53      Adrian Davis ..............................1985-89       Jimmy Harris ............................. 1919-20
                        Duke Arra .................................. 1923-26     Jeff Davis ...................................1980-82    Terry Harton .............................. 1991-94
ALL-TIME MINER ROSTER


                        Arlin Baggett.............................. 1965-66      Chris Dawson ............................1989-93         Milburn Hassler ......................... 1927-28
                        Ralph Baker............................... 1947-49       David Dean ................................1987-88       Bridge Haywood ........................ 1920-21
                        Eddie Ballman ........................... 1937-38        Randy Deaver ............................1968-71         John Head ................................. 1964-68
                        Randy Barnard .......................... 1976-78         Dennis DeBondt.........................1975-79           Warren Heilig............................. 1927-30
                        Nicholas Barre........................... 1956-57        Steve Deken ..............................2004-06        C.C. Heinrich ............................. 1923-24
                        Kurt Bauer ................................. 1979-80     Larry DeMaire ............................1961-62        Fritz Heman............................... 1914-16
                        Reade Beard ............................. 1934-35        Jamey Dent................................1997-98        Damian Henderson ................... 2002-03
                        Joe Bierschwal .......................... 1975-76         Merle Dillow ..............................1973-75      Gerald Henderson ..................... 1957-58
                        Edward Blair .............................. 1940-43      Kent Dinsdale ............................1980-83        Chris Henry ............................... 1992-93
                        Eddie Bohn................................ 1918-20       Larry Dix ....................................1957-60    Jerry Henson ............................. 1947-51
                        Thomas Borgmeyer................... 1965-67              David Dopp ................................1945-46       Rodney Herrin ........................... 1977-79
                        Leonard Borneman.................... 1964-68             Charles Dorris ............................1916-17       Dan Hilbrick ............................... 1978-79
                        John Bosnac.............................. 1960-62        Milburn Dorris.............................1921-22       Bill Hill........................................ 1945-46
                        William Boyd.............................. 1965-67       Terry Dye ...................................1973-74     David Hill ................................... 1976-77
                        Paul Brands............................... 1952-53       George Eadie.............................1945-46         Lucas Hill................................... 1998-99
                        Edward Branhof......................... 1955-57          Gene Edwards ...........................1948-50          Dennis Hoevelman .................... 1957-58
                        Gene Benning ........................... 1957-61         Neuil Edwards............................1989-91         Walter Hollow ............................ 1925-29
                        Francis Breeze .......................... 1946-48        Curt Eggen.................................2000-01       Tim Holloway............................. 1993-97
                        Robert Brewer ........................... 1965-66        Paul Ellis ....................................1934-37   Scott Holly ................................. 1997-02
                        Eric Brooks ................................ 1988-90     Mark Erwin .................................1970-71      Calvin Hohrn.............................. 1978-80
                        Stanley Brooks .......................... 2003-04        Mike Essenpreis.........................1999-00          Jack Hornbuckle........................ 1963-65
                        Donnie Brown............................ 1989-93         Edred Everett .............................1932-33       Gaylord Houston ....................... 1978-79
                        Robert Brown ............................ 1966-68        Ralph Farber ..............................1962-65       Martin Howard ........................... 1961-65
                        Jamie Brueggeman ................... 1992-96             Bob Faulkner .............................1948-52        Duane Huddleston..................... 1984-88
                        Cory Brunson ............................ 1997-99        Neil Fehr ....................................2004-06    Tim Hudwalker .......................... 1985-89
                        Bubas ........................................ 1929-32   Charles Ferry .............................1967-71       Jon Huecker .............................. 1989-93
                        Willie Buchanan......................... 1983-84         James Ferry ...............................1941-42       Ronald Huegerich...................... 1963-65
                        John Bulger ............................... 1919-22      Neil Fiala....................................1954-56    Michael Huett ............................ 1964-66
                        Walter Burg ............................... 1923-26      Brad Fischer ..............................2000-03       Gene Huffman ........................... 1948-52
                        Max Burgett ............................... 1949-54      Jeff Fore.....................................1987-88    Richard Hughes......................... 1947-48
                        Jermaine Burks ......................... 2003-05         Kevin Fort ..................................1993-97     Dennis Hunnicutt ....................... 1953-57
                        Robert Burns ............................. 1950-52       Mark Franklin .............................1974-76       Robert Hunter............................ 1955-56
                        William Busch............................ 1934-37        Jim Fricke ..................................1973-74     Robert Hurt................................ 1966-70
                        DeMario Butler .......................... 2002-05        Edward Fris................................1941-42       Randall Irvin .............................. 1971-72
                        Terry Buzbee............................. 1973-77        Richard Fuerman .......................1977-81
                        Richard Cairns........................... 1964-66        Albert Fuerst ..............................1950-51
                        Doug Call .................................. 1998-00     Erwin Gammeter ........................1923-24
                        Jack Campbell........................... 1922-24         Rufus Gardner ...........................1933-34
                        Rickie Cannon ........................... 1981-83        Gary Geiger ...............................1976-77
                        F. Caplan................................... 1909-10     Curtis Gibson .............................1981-85
                        Jarred Caple.............................. 2005-06       John Gibson...............................1973-74
                        Paul Carlton............................... 1941-42      Mark Givens...............................1984-88
                        C. Carpenter.............................. 1928-29       Gholoff .......................................1919-20
                        Chris Carr .................................. 2005-06    Thor Gjelsteen ...........................1949-50
                        James Carroll ............................ 1936-42       Philmore Glover .........................1961-62
                        Pat Carson ................................ 2001-02      Danny Gold ................................1990-91
                        Tirso Castillon............................ 1911-12      Jim Good ...................................1960-64
                        Prentice Cawley ........................ 1990-91         Robert Goodenow......................1979-83
                        Leo Christopher......................... 1951-53         Kevin Graves .............................1983-85
                        Jack Clark ................................. 1909-10     Eric Gredell ................................1968-72
                        Charles Clayton......................... 1934-38         Tom Gredell ...............................1975-76
                        Earl Coleman............................. 1968-70        Howard Green............................1927-29
                        John Collins............................... 1982-84      Jeffrey Green .............................1982-83
                        Kevin Conkright ......................... 1995-99        Allen Griffey ...............................1987-90
                        Francis Conley .......................... 1923-24        E.R. Griffith ................................1925-26
                        Buell Conyers ............................ 1923-24       Mark Grim ..................................2002-04
                        Keith Cook................................. 1938-42      Benny Gross ..............................1929-33
                        Charles Counts.......................... 1942-43         John Gum ..................................1961-62
                                                                                                                                                          Jermaine Burks
                                                          Larry Locke ............................... 1973-74       Dale Orrick.................................1951-55              47
                                                          Ollie Lodwick ............................. 1910-12       Phillip Ostapowicz......................1974-78
                                                          Kurt Lorenzen............................ 1979-82         Ray Parker.................................1921-22
                                                          Antoine Lucas ........................... 1997-99         Mike Parmeley ...........................1989-93
                                                          Craig Lucas ............................... 1976-77       Will Partin...................................1999-00
                                                          Jim Lucas .................................. 1978-79      Pearman ....................................1914-15
                                                          Leonardo Lucas ........................ 1979-82           Paul Pederson ...........................1969-71
                                                          Wayne Lucas ............................ 1958-61          Pete Perino ................................1946-49
                                                          Dan Luttrell................................ 1973-74      Eric Perry ...................................2001-05
                                                          John Maher ............................... 1911-16        Jim Perry....................................1967-69
                                                          Marlon Main .............................. 1940-42        Robert Perry ..............................1946-49
                                                          Gary Marseal............................. 1967-68         Clarence Peterson .....................1915-16




                                                                                                                                                                            ALL-TIME MINER ROSTER
                                                          Holman Marshall ....................... 1909-10           Rich Peters ................................1969-72
                                                          Larry Martin ............................... 1959-62      John Pfannkuch .........................1982-84
                                                          Mark Matthews.......................... 1993-95           Herman Pfeifer...........................1933-36
                                                          Ryan Matthews ......................... 1995-99           Jason Piepho .............................1993-95
                                                          Tom Mazzorana ........................ 1979-80            Loris Piepho...............................1964-68
                                                          Hollis McBride ........................... 1921-22        Dale Pipal ..................................1955-57
                                                          Larry McCarter .......................... 1959-60         Ryan Pippett ..............................1996-98
                                                          William McCauley...................... 1986-91            O.K. Place..................................1918-19
                                                          Michael McClain........................ 1995-96           Richard Ploger ...........................1961-62
                                                          M.M. McClelland ....................... 1920-24           Robert Pope...............................1954-56
                                                          Raynard McCormick.................. 1927-28               Eric Potts ...................................1970-72
                                                          Jim McDonald ........................... 1932-33          William Porri...............................1909-12
                                                          Joey McDowell .......................... 1981-83          Joe Powell .................................1948-49
                    Ken Stalling                          Jimmy McGregor....................... 1932-36             Herbert Prange ..........................1933-37
                                                          Don McKenzie........................... 1971-74           Robert Prange ...........................1934-36
Edward Isenmann ..................... 1941-43             Aaron McNiel............................. 1998-02         Doc Raible .................................1910-11
Rod Jackson.............................. 1990-95         Rex Medlock ............................. 1969-71         William Randolph.......................1966-67
Earl Jenkins............................... 1929-36       Jeff Mefford ............................... 1983-85      Norman Rankin..........................1943-44
Robert Jenkins .......................... 1950-52         Greg Melzer .............................. 1965-66        E.M. Ray....................................1926-27
Roger Jenkins ........................... 1945-47         Gary Merseal............................. 1967-68         Tim Reddy .................................1985-86
Glendon Jett .............................. 1942-43       David Meyer .............................. 1964-65        Carl Reichert..............................1961-64
DeAndre Johnson...................... 2002-04             John Miles ................................. 1951-55      Ralph Richmond ........................1929-33
I.B. Johnson .............................. 1916-17       Charles Miller ............................ 1953-57       Robert Richner...........................1961-64
Randolph Johnson .................... 1977-78             Dennis Miller ............................. 1926-29       Gary Riechmann........................1978-80
Tony Johnson............................ 1990-91          Gary Miller................................. 1987-89      Vernon Rieke .............................1937-38
Bill Jolly .................................... 1989-93   Steve Miller ............................... 1973-75      Bill Rineberg ..............................1956-57
Ben Jordan ................................ 1998-00       Robert Mitchell .......................... 1960-65
LeCompte Joslin........................ 1929-34           Dave Moellenhoff ...................... 1982-86
Gilbert Jurenka .......................... 1953-57        Robert Montgomery .................. 1943-44
Charles Kaley ............................ 1922-23        John Moore ............................... 1942-43
Herbert Kamper......................... 1936-40           Chick Moreland ......................... 1929-30
Paul Kasten ............................... 1943-44       Gordon Moreland ...................... 1934-37
Claude Kemper ......................... 1920-24           Don Morford .............................. 1968-71
Red Kenward............................. 1931-32          Kent Mueller .............................. 1967-70
Dan Kieres................................. 2005-06       Douglas Munsell........................ 1958-59
Jeff Kipp .................................... 1977-81    Ike Muonelo............................... 2001-04
Elmer Kirschoff .......................... 1929-32        Harold Murphy........................... 1923-26
Robert Kissack .......................... 1971-75         Joseph Murphy.......................... 1933-35
Ross Klie ................................... 1973-77     David Murrell ............................. 1961-63
Harry Kluge ............................... 1916-17       Nicholas Mushovic .................... 1940-41
Harold Koelling .......................... 1951-53        Allen Nash................................. 1996-97
Barry Koeneman ....................... 1968-69            Paul Neeman ............................ 1988-90
Jeff Kokal................................... 1993-97     Tyler Nelson .............................. 2005-06
Frederick Krause ....................... 1915-19          Derek Nesbitt ............................ 1978-80
Michael Kuesch ......................... 1976-78          William Newman ....................... 1971-73
Adolph Kurz............................... 1909-11        Red Niedermeyer ...................... 1924-27
John Ladner .............................. 1971-72        Norman Niederstadt .................. 1947-49
Tom Lampe ............................... 1959-61         Marvin Niemiller ........................ 1937-38
Frank Landwehr ........................ 1978-80           Nixon ......................................... 1933-35
Bob Lange ................................. 1933-37       William Nesley........................... 1937-41
George Lee ............................... 1994-95        J.R. Nevin.................................. 1915-17
Rodney LeGrand ....................... 1969-72            Jack Nevin................................. 1940-42
Jim Lemon................................. 1958-62        Tommy Noel.............................. 1970-73
Jeff Lewis .................................. 1974-78     Curt Nothstine ........................... 1980-81
Julius Lewis ............................... 1985-87      Bob Oetting ............................... 1954-55
Robert Lewis ............................. 1958-60        Stu O’Kraski .............................. 1982-87
Wayne Lewis ............................. 1965-69         Joe Olis ..................................... 1971-72
Cam Lindsey ............................. 1995-96         Buell Orchard ............................ 1925-26
                                                                                                                                     Josh Shaw
      48                R.T. Riske ................................. 1923-25     Mark Snowden...........................1971-72          Ryan Wade................................ 1992-97
                        Bill Roark................................... 1947-49    Vernon Sowell ...........................1981-83        C. Wahlbrink.............................. 1941-42
                        Brett Robertson ......................... 2000-01        Victor Spalding ..........................1936-38       Bill Walker ................................. 1984-87
                        Kevin Robertson........................ 1997-00          Leo Spinner ...............................1941-42      Kenneth Wallace ....................... 1961-64
                        Lynn Rockwell ........................... 1958-59        Ken Stalling ...............................1972-74     Chris Wallis ............................... 1980-81
                        Jeremy Rogles .......................... 1997-98         Kris Stange ................................1982-86     Bill Walton ................................. 1974-75
                        Joseph Rohloff .......................... 1920-21        Bob Stanley ...............................1973-77      Harold Wampler ........................ 1937-41
                        Clark Romine ............................ 1937-38        Richard Stewart .........................1965-67        Harold Wampler ........................ 1962-63
                        Robert Ross .............................. 1951-52       John Sturm ................................1957-60      Steve Wands ............................. 1987-90
                        Joe Roth.................................... 2004-06     Ronald Swayze..........................1917-19          Jerry Watkins............................. 1978-80
                        Benny Rozell ............................. 1961-62       Sweeney....................................1956-57      Harry Watson ............................ 1950-51
                        Scott Rush ................................ 1993-97      Norvin Tamm .............................1925-28        Floyd Watts ............................... 1937-40
ALL-TIME MINER ROSTER


                        Greg Sallee ............................... 1986-90      Dan Tappendorf.........................1983-84          Todd Weaver............................. 1992-94
                        Scott Sandbothe........................ 1979-81          Bruce Tappmeyer ......................1979-80           W.J. Weber................................ 1949-50
                        Robert Sandhaus ...................... 1968-72           Ronald Tappmeyer ....................1943-47            Alvin Wehrman .......................... 1932-33
                        James Saylor ............................ 1974-75        Bob Tebbe .................................2000-02      Todd Wentz ............................... 1980-84
                        Robert Schaefer ........................ 1957-59         Will Terry ...................................2005-06   Eric Wessel ............................... 2000-03
                        Chris Schneider......................... 1987-91         Yilak Tesfaye .............................2005-06      Brian Westre.............................. 2000-04
                        William Schroeder ..................... 1940-41          Eugene Tesson..........................1960-61          Fred White................................. 1916-17
                        Norm Schuchman ..................... 1961-63             George Thomas.........................1910-11           Terry Wiegand........................... 1959-62
                        James Scott .............................. 1949-50       Harold Thomas ..........................1923-27         Shea Wiemann.......................... 2003-06
                        Stewart Scott............................. 1969-71       Marcus Thornsberry...................1968-70            John Williams ............................ 1971-72
                        Walter Scott .............................. 1916-19      Gary Thurman ...........................1968-69         Matt Williams ............................. 2001-05
                        Ron Scroggins........................... 1974-78         Martin Tieman............................1928-29        Jim Wilson ................................. 1937-38
                        Marcus Seidel ........................... 2005-06        DeWilton Timberman .................1936-40             Kenneth Wilson ......................... 1916-18
                        Frank Seydler............................ 1923-24        Herbert Tillel ..............................1929-37    Michael Windish ........................ 1966-69
                        Bill Shanks ................................ 1966-68     Shomari Tillman.........................1997-98         Kasim Withers ........................... 1999-01
                        Vincent Shanks ......................... 1941-42         Marc Tompkins ..........................1994-98         Dan Witters................................ 1957-58
                        Roy Sharp ................................. 1957-60      Albert Trent................................1910-11     Tony Wofford............................. 1988-90
                        Josh Shaw ................................ 2001-05       Francis Tucker ...........................1925-29       John Wolf .................................. 1962-63
                        Stan Shuemaker ....................... 1982-84           Jace Turnbull .............................1998-00      Gus Wommack.......................... 1933-35
                        Merton Singer............................ 1918-22        Kerry Turner ..............................1976-81      Ben Wood.................................. 1999-01
                        Zol Singleton ............................. 1981-82      Randy Vessell............................1964-68        Scott Woolsey ........................... 1986-87
                        James Sinner ............................ 1991-94        Rodney Vessell..........................1980-82         Kenneth Wright.......................... 1916-20
                        Ray Skubic ................................ 1952-54      Roger Vessell ............................1974-76       Willie Wright .............................. 2005-06
                        Donald Smith............................. 1940-43        Royce Vessell ............................1973-76       Jeff Yoder .................................. 1998-99
                        Larry Smith................................ 1991-92      Jeff Viebrock ..............................1981-82     Lawrence Young ....................... 1967-68
                        Terry Smith ............................... 1995-97      Robert Vogt ...............................1943-44      Mark Zarr................................... 1982-86
                        Walter Smith.............................. 1949-51       Cletus Voiles..............................1946-50      Todd Zollars .............................. 1993-94


                                                                                UMR’s All-America Players
                        Curtis Gibson (1984-85)                                                             Bill Jolly (1992-93)
                        Gibson was selected as a third-team All-                                            Jolly was a third-team All-America selection by
                        American by the National Association of                                             the NABC and Division II Bulletin after winning
                        Basketball Coaches (NABC) following a sea-                                          the MIAA scoring title with an average of 22.4
                        son in which he averaged 18.7 points per                                            points per game. He was also an honorable
                        game. He was a three-time all-district and                                          mention All-American in 1992. Jolly is the all-
                        all-conference selection, and finished his                                          time scoring leader at UMR with 1,920 points and
                        playing career as the all-time leading scorer                                       holds school records for three-pointers and free
                        at UMR with 1,534 points. That total is cur-                                        throws made. Jolly won first-team All-MIAA hon-
                        rently third on the school's all-time scoring                                       ors twice and was also a two-time all-district se-
                        list. He was inducted into the MSM-UMR Athletic Hall of Fame                        lection. His point total ranks fifth on the MIAA’s all-time scoring list.
                        in 2002.


                        Duane Huddleston (1987-88)                                                          Michael McClain (1995-96)
                                                                                                            McClain was named to Division II Bulletin’s All-
                        One of the greatest outside shooters in
                                                                                                            America team as an honorable mention selection
                        MIAA history, Huddleston earned third-team
                                                                                                            after leading the Miners to the 1996 MIAA cham-
                        All-America honors from the NABC after
                                                                                                            pionship and a berth in the NCAA Division II
                        scoring 24.2 points per game. He made 52
                                                                                                            Tournament. McClain, who later served as an
                        percent of his three-point attempts and fin-
                                                                                                            assistant coach in the UMR program, was also
                        ished his career with a mark of 51 percent
                                                                                                            named as the MIAA’s most valuable player for
                        from behind the arc (both are MIAA records).
                                                                                                            the season and led the conference in assists with
                        His ten straight treys made against North-
                                                                                                            a school record of 231. He came to UMR after
                        east Missouri in 1988 is the Division II re-
                                                                                                            playing two years at the University of Washington.
                        cord. His 1,475 points rank sxith on UMR's
                        all-time scoring list. Huddleston, who died in 1995, was
                        inducted into the MSM-UMR Athletic Hall of Fame in 2006.

								
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