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					2008-09 Men’s Basketball Media Guide
          2008-09 Men’s Basketball




Andre Kennedy          Kody Braddix                   Zachary Fry            Pat Barron
 Carson, Calif.        Glendale, Ariz.                Yoder, Colo.          Mundelein, Ill.




 Nate Lemmens            Ian Dobbe                 Brandon D’Amico          Levette Nash
Rhinelander, Wis.      Shawano, Wis.                  Geneva, Ill.         Milwaukee, Wis.




 Chris Mayeaux        Richard Galewski            Tristan Petsch-Horvath    Navjot Singh
  Tigard, Ore.      South Milwaukee, Wis.             Burlington, Wis.      Mundelein, Ill.




  Trey Triplett       Milutin Mirjacic              Derek Woelffer          Dustin Dean
    Lisle, Ill.        Uzice, Serbia                Marshall, Wis.         Morristown, Ind.


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                    Cardinal Stritch University
            2008-09 Men’s Basketball Media Guide




                                                Table of Contents
2008-09 Preview                                          The Season
Schedule                                         4       Opponents                                                         22-24
Roster                                           5       Cardinal Stritch University
Season Preview                                   6-8     The University                                                    25-26
Coaching Staff                                           Dr. Helen Sobehart, President                                     27
Denny Fox, Head Coach                            9       Chris Robinson, Dean of Students                                  28
Roosevelt Pritchett, Asst. Coach                 10      Athletic Administration
Ben Koch, Asst. Coach                            10      Pat Clemens, Athletic Director                                    28
Kyle Brokmeier, Asst. Coach                      11      Richard Panella, Asst. Athletic Director                          29
Zach Molner, Asst. Coach                         11      David Snieg, Sports Information Director                          29
Roney Eford, Graduate Asst.                      12      April Daniels, Head Athletic Trainer                              29
Player Profiles                                          Coaches and Support Staff                                         30
Andre Kennedy                                   14       Stritch Athletics
Kody Braddix                                    14       Wolves Athletic Fund                                              31
Zachary Fry                                     15       The NAIA                                                          32
Pat Barron                                      15       Champions of Character                                            33
Nate Lemmens                                    16       Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference                        34-35
Ian Dobbe                                       16       2007-08 Review
Brandon D’Amico                                 17       Season Statistics                                                 36
Levette Nash                                    17       Game by Game Highs                                                37
Chris Mayeaux                                   18       Category Leaders                                                  38-39
Richard Galewski                                18       Record Book
Tristan Petsch-Horvath                          19       Individual Season Records                                         40-41
Navjot Singh                                    19       Individual Career Records                                         41-42
Trey Triplett                                   20       Credits:
Milutin Mirjacic                                20       The 2008-09 Men’s Basketball Media Guide was written and produced by the
                                                         Cardinal Stritch University Sports Information Office. Editors: Lindsay Christensen,
Derek Woelffer                                  21       David Snieg. Cover Design: Lindsay Christensen. Layout Design: David Snieg.
Dustin Dean                                     21       Text: Lindsay Christensen. Photography: Alex Goecks. Printing: Ries Graphics.


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DATE               DAY
                             Schedule
                                 OPPONENT                   H/A                     TIME
Nov. 8             Sat.          St. Ambrose                Home                    3:00 p.m.
Nov. 11            Tues.         @ Silver Lake              Manitowoc, Wis.         7:00 p.m.
Nov. 14            Fri.          @ Concordia (Mich.)^       Huntington, Ind.        6:00 p.m.
Nov. 15            Sat.          @ TBA^                     Huntington, Ind.        TBA
Nov. 18            Tues.         Ashford                    Home                    7:00 p.m.
Nov. 21            Fri.          @ Viterbo#                 La Crosse, Wis.         7:30 p.m.
Nov. 22            Sat.          @ TBA#                     La Crosse, Wis.         TBA
Nov. 25            Tues.         Illinois Tech              Home                    7:00 p.m.

Dec. 3             Wed.          @ Indiana Northwest        Gary, Ind.              7:30 p.m.
Dec. 5             Fri.          @ Indiana Tech%            Upland, Ind.            7:30 p.m.
Dec. 6             Fri.          @ TBA%                     Upland, Ind.            TBA
Dec. 18            Thur.         @ UW-Whitewater            Whitewater, Wis.        7:00 p.m.
Dec. 19            Fri.          @ Kentucky Wesleyan        Owensboro, Ky.          7:00 p.m.
Dec. 20            Sat.          @ Illinois-Springfield     Springfield, Ill.       4:00 p.m.
Dec. 30            Tues.         Dakota Wesleyan            Home                    6:00 p.m.

Jan. 7             Wed.          @ Judson*                  Elgin, Ill.             7:00 p.m.
Jan. 10            Sat           Trinity Christian*         Home                    3:00 p.m.
Jan. 14            Wed.          Trinity International*     Home                    7:30 p.m.
Jan. 17            Sat.          @ Calumet St. Joseph*      Whiting, Ind.           3:00 p.m.
Jan. 21            Wed.          @ Purdue North Central*    Michigan City, Ind.     7:00 p.m.
Jan. 24            Sat.          Purdue Calumet*            Home                    4:00 p.m.
Jan. 26            Mon           @ Northland Baptist        Dunbar, Wis.            7:30 p.m.
Jan. 31            Sat.          Judson*                    Home                    4:00 p.m.

Feb. 4             Wed.          @ Trinity Christian*       Palos Heights, Ill.     7:30 p.m.
Feb. 5             Thurs.        Northland Baptist          Home                    7:00 p.m.
Feb. 7             Sat.          @ Trinity International*   Deerfield, Ill.         7:30 p.m.
Feb. 11            Wed.          Calumet St. Joseph*        Home                    7:30 p.m.
Feb. 14            Sat           Purdue North Central*      Home                    4:00 p.m.
Feb. 18            Wed.          @ Purdue Calumet*          Calumet, Ind.           7:30 p.m.
Feb. 21            Sat.          Silver Lake                Home                    2:30 p.m.
Feb. 23            Mon.          CCAC Quarterfinals         @ higher seed           TBA
Feb. 25            Wed.          CCAC Semifinals            @ higher seed           TBA
Feb. 28            Sat.          CCAC Championship          @ higher seed           aTBA

- All times listed are CST.
- All home games are in bold.
- All home games are played at the Allen-Bradley Gymnasium located inside the Wolves Field-
house at Stritch.
* - Denotes a Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference contest.
^ - Denotes Huntington Tournament
# - Denotes Viterbo University Tournament
% - Denotes Taylor Tournament

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                                                 Roster
  Alphabetical
        No.        Name                         Ht     Yr    Pos   Hometown/Previous School
        12         Barron, Pat                  6-1    So.   G     Mundelein, Ill./Mundelein H.S.
        5          Braddix, Kody                5-10   Jr.   G     Glendale, Ariz./Central Lakes C.C.
        22         D’Amico, Brandon             6-5    So.   G     Geneva, Ill./Eastern Illinois
        55         Dean, Dustin                 6-6    So.   F     Morristown, Ind. /Morristown H.S.
        21         Dobbe, Ian                   6-5    So.   F     Shawano, Wis./Shawano Community
        10         Fry, Zachary                 6-1    Fr.   G     Yoder, Colo./Ellicott H.S.
        30         Galewski, Richard            5-10   Sr.   G     South Milwaukee, Wis./South Milwaukee H.S.
        4          Kennedy, Andre               6-1    Fr.   G     Carson, Calif./Juniper Serra H.S.
        15         Lemmens, Nate                6-0    Jr.   G     Rhinelander, Wis./Mid-State Technical College
        24         Mayeaux, Chris               6-3    Jr.   G     Tigard, Ore./Tigard H.S.
        42         Mirjacic, Milutin            6-9    Jr.   F     Uzice, Serbia/University of Maryland
        23         Nash, Levette                5-9    RS    G     Milwaukee, Wis./Shorewood H.S.
        32         Petsch-Horvath, Tristan      6-4    Fr.   G     Burlington, Wis./Burlington Catholic Central H.S.
        33         Singh, Navjot                6-4    Fr.   F     Mundelein, Ill./Mundelein H.S.
        40         Triplett, Trey               6-4    Jr.   F     Lisle, Ill./Western Illinois University
        52         Woelffer, Derek              6-6    Fr.   C     Marshall, Wis./Marshall H.S.

  Numerical
       No.         Name                         Ht     Yr    Pos   Hometown/Previous School
       4           Kennedy, Andre               6-1    Fr.   G     Carson, Calif./Juniper Serra H.S.
       5           Braddix, Kody                5-10   Jr.   G     Glendale, Ariz./Central Lakes C.C.
       10          Fry, Zachary                 6-1    Fr.   G     Yoder, Colo./Ellicott H.S.
       12          Barron, Pat                  6-1    So.   G     Mundelein, Ill./Mundelein H.S.
       15          Lemmens, Nate                6-0    Jr.   G     Rhinelander, Wis./Mid-State Technical College
       21          Dobbe, Ian                   6-5    So.   F     Shawano, Wis./Shawano Community
       22          D’Amico, Brandon             6-5    So.   G     Geneva, Ill./Eastern Illinois
       23          Nash, Levette                5-9    RS    G     Milwaukee, Wis./Shorewood H.S.
       24          Mayeaux, Chris               6-3    Jr.   G     Tigard, Ore./Tigard H.S.
       30          Galewski, Richard            5-10   Sr.   G     South Milwaukee, Wis./South Milwaukee H.S.
       32          Petsch-Horvath, Tristan      6-4    Fr.   G     Burlington, Wis./Burlington Catholic Central H.S.
       33          Singh, Navjot                6-4    Fr.   F     Mundelein, Ill./Mundelein H.S.
       40          Triplett, Trey               6-4    Jr.   F     Lisle, Ill./Western Illinois University
                 Mirjacic, Milutin            6-9    Jr.   F     Uzice, Serbia/University of Maryland
                 Woelffer, Derek              6-6    Fr.   C     Marshall, Wis./Marshall H.S.
                 Dean, Dustin                 6-6    So.   F     Morristown, Ind. /Morristown H.S.

  Head Coach: Denny Fox
  Assistant Coaches: Roosevelt Pritchett, Ben Koch, Kyle Brokmeier, Jim Jones, Zak Mollner
  Graduate Assistant: Roney Eford
  Athletic Trainer: April Daniels



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   2008-09 Season Preview
          Denny Fox begins his 18th season as head     ing 4.7 per game, and was the second highest
coach for the Cardinal Stritch University men’s        scorer, netting 284 points. Other important loss-
basketball team, coming off a 19-14 overall re-        es for Stritch include offensive threat T.J. Bayliss,
cord, an 8-4 conference record, and a third place      who averaged 14 points a game last season, and
conference finish in the 2007-08 season. During        Mark Matsen, a force under the basket, who was
his reign at the helm of the Wolves, the program       the fourth best rebounder on last year’s team.
has placed first in the CCAC six times in the last
10 seasons, and they look to                                                     Guards
increase that number in the                                                          Stritch comes into
2008-09 season.                                                                  the 2008-09 season
          The Wolves return                                                      with 10 guards that will
standout junior Trey Triplett,                                                   compete for playing
who received All-Conference                                                      time. The list includes
honors in both his freshman                                                      returners Pat Barron,
and sophomore seasons.                                                           Brandon D’Amico, and
Triplett was a strong offensive                                                  Chris Mayeaux. New-
force last year, leading the                                                     comers to the program
team with 636 points. The                                                        are James Beverly, a
Lisle, Ill. native also brought                                                  sophomore from An-
down 281 rebounds, the most                                                      chorage, Ala., and Kody
on the team. The Stritch for-                                                    Braddix, a junior transfer
ward ended last season ninth                                                     from Cental Lakes Com-
in the all-time points after only                                                munity College. Other
two seasons at Stritch, 709                                                      first year guards include
points away from the all-time                                                    senior Rich Galewski,
record. During his first two                                                     and freshmen Zachary
years as a Wolf, Triplett has                                                    Fry, Andre Kennedy, and
averaged 529 points, setting                                                     Tristan Petsch-Horvath.
himself up to break the record                                                   Redshirting this season is
his senior year.                                                                 Levette Nash.
          Another returner that                                                      Expected to receive
brings experience to the team is sophomore Pat         the most playing time and make the biggest
Barron, who led the team in three-pointers last        impact at the guard position are sophomores Bar-
season and was second in assists, with 94, and an      ron and D’Amico, and junior, Braddix.
average of 3.2 per game. Other returners expect-              Barron was an impact player as a freshman
ed to make an impact are Ian Dobbe, Brandon            for the Wolves. The 6-0 shooting guard started
D’Amico, and Dustin Dean.                              25 of 29 games last season, averaging 8.2 points
          The loss of last year’s most effective de-   per game. He recorded his season high 23 points
fensive player may take a toll on the Wolves this      against East-West University on Dec. 15. This
season. The graduation of Chad Dekker will force       was one of three games in which Pat netted four
young players to step up, as he led the team in        three-pointers. Barron has also been relied on to
steals, almost doubling any other player, with 68.     dish the ball, with an average of 3.2 assists per
The 6-0 guard also led the team in assists with 99,    game.
pulled down the second most rebounds, averag-                 D’Amico played in less than half of last sea-


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son’s games, but managed to average 8.2 points       on the team. He also led the conference scoring
and shoot nearly 46 percent from beyond the          in all conference games, with an average of 19.6
arc. Brandon scored in double digits four times      points per game and a total of 235 points.
as a freshman, racking up 14 points in games                 Dobbe started 17 games last season, and
against Purdue-North Central and Northland           earned playing time in every game. The 6’5”
Baptist. Perhaps more impressive were his show-      forward averaged 5.7 points per game and was
ings when facing CCAC leaders, as he netted 13       third on the team with 136 rebounds. Dobbe
points against conference champion, Judson on        scored two double doubles in his rookie season,
Feb. 7, and 11 points against second place Trinity   with 15 points and 14 rebounds against Indiana
Christian on Feb. 28.                                Northwest on Jan. 21, and 13 points and 11 re-
        Kody Braddix transferred in this season      bounds on Feb. 16 vs. Trinity International.
after an incredibly successful season at Central
Lakes Community College (CLCC), which com-           Centers
petes in the Minnesota College Athletic Confer-              Stritch adds two new centers to the roster
ence (MCAC). CLCC won both regional and state        this year, with only sophomore Dustin Dean re-
championships in the 2007-08 season. Braddix         turning. It will be important that Milutin Mirjacic,
was named to the Northern All-Division team and      a transfer from the University of Maryland, and
also took home honors for All-Tournament MVP.        freshman Derek Woelffer step up in this position
The Glendale, Ari. native led the Raiders with an    after the loss of center Olawale Ayoade, who
average of 16.9 points a game, 3.2 rebounds per      averaged 7.3 rebounds a game, and Matson.
game, and starred defen-                                             Dean played in 29 of 33 games last
sively with a 3.2 steal aver-                                  season, averaging 4.1 points and three
age. He also tacked on three                                   rebounds a game. His potential to be
assists a game.                                                a dominant force in the paint showed
                                                               sporadically throughout the season,
Forwards                                                       as he posted a double double with 12
           The Wolves return                                   points and 10 rebounds against North-
two forwards that made                                         land Baptist on Dec. 4. He also notched
significant contributions last                                 double digit points with 12 and 11 vs.
season, and will have high                                     Marygrove College and Purdue-Calumet,
expectations for both Triplett                                 respectively.
and Dobbe. New to the
team this year is freshman                                  Schedule
Navjot Singh from Munde-                                          The Wolves kick off the season at
lein, Ill.                                                  home on Nov. 8, against St. Ambrose.
           Triplett has been a                              They then set out to face Silver Lake Col-
huge part of the team since                                 lege on Nov. 11, before heading to the
his first season. In the 2007-                              Huntington Tournament in Huntington,
08 season, he tallied 10                                    Ind., where they face Concordia Univer-
double doubles, including a                                 sity (Mich.) and Huntington. The team
38 point, 17 rebound effort                                 will then return home to face Ashford,
vs. Judson on Feb. 7. Triplett                              prior to a trip to the Viterbo University
scored 20 or more points in                                 Tournament, where they will take on Vit-
14 games, racking up over                                   erbo and Valley City State. The Wolves
350 more points than any other individual player     conclude their November schedule with a home

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game vs. Illinois Tech on Nov. 25.                    Trinity International, Calumet St. Joseph’s, and
        In December, Stritch will spend quite some    Purdue North Central. Their last game before
time on the road, challenging Indiana North-          tournament play begins is slated against Silver
west on the 3rd, and then competing in the            Lake College, on Feb. 21.
Taylor Tournament on Dec. 5-6, where they will
play Indiana Tech and OSU-Marion. After a short       A Look Ahead
break, the Wolves returns to the road to take on              Though Stritch lost both offensive and
UW-Whitewater on Dec. 18, Kentucky Wesleyan           defensive threats from last season, they have a
on Dec. 19, and Illinois-Springfield on Dec. 20.      good chance to come out very strong this year.
Stritch will finally return home                                              Young players like Barron,
to the Allen Bradley Gymna-                                                   Dobbe, and Braddix will
sium to take on Dakota Wes-                                                   need to step up to fill the
leyan on Dec. 30.                                                             void left by senior, Chad
        January launches Stritch                                              Dekker and junior, T.J.
into conference play, begin-                                                  Bayliss.
ning with defending champs,                                                         The biggest factor
Judson, in Elgin, Ill. on Jan. 7.                                             of the season may once
The team then comes home                                                      again be Trey Triplett. The
to battle last season’s second                                                6’4” forward has con-
place team, Trinity Christian                                                 tinually provided the spark
on Jan. 10. Stritch went 4-0                                                  that the Wolves need to
against these teams during the                                                get the big wins. Points
regular season last year, but                                                 and rebounds are part-
was finally able to take down                                                 nered with quick hands
Trinity Christian in the semi-fi-                                             and a great view of the
nals of the CCAC tournament,                                                  floor. As the most experi-
before bowing to Judson in                                                    enced player on the team,
the championship game.                                                        his role as a leader will
        Conference play contin-                                               grow as the lone senior
ues as the Wolves face Trin-                                                  Rich Galewski is a first year
ity International on Jan. 14,                                                 player, and the remainder
and Calumet St. Joseph, who                                                   of the junior class has seen
finished fourth in last years                                                 little playing time in the
standings, only one game                                                      past.
behind Stritch, on Jan. 17. The                                                     Head Coach Denny
team will then meet Purdue                                                    Fox will expect a lot
North Central (Jan. 21) and Purdue Calumet (Jan.      from his newcomers, especially Junior College
24), before a one game break against Northland        star, Kody Braddix, but more from returners, like
Baptist (Jan. 26). Stritch closes the month against   Triplett, Dobbe, D’Amico, and Dean. The team
Judson on Jan. 31.                                    will have to find a way to come together quickly
        Stritch faces both conference and non-con-    in order to have a chance at the successful sea-
ference competitors in February during prepara-       son they hope for.
tion for post season play. The team is slotted to
challenge Trinity Christian on Feb. 4, and North-
land Baptist on Feb. 5. The Wolves then take on
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Head Coach Denny Fox
                                                     Lars Gloessner (three time All-Conference; Fresh-
                                                     man of the Year in 2001-02), and current player
                                                     Trey Triplett (two time All-Conference; Freshman
                                                     of the Year in 2006-07). Fox has also coached
                                                     four NAIA All-District players and eight All-Ameri-
                                                     cans.
                                                             Performance on the court is not the only
                                                     important aspect for Stritch’s men’s basketball
                                                     players. Coach Fox has also six scholar athletes
                                                     and three Academic All-Americans. Besides aca-
                                                     demics, stress is also put on community service for
                                                     the players. Fox gives his teams a chance to help
                                                     others by volunteering, often offering opportuni-
                                                     ties for them to travel and gain new cultural expe-
                                                     riences in the process. The Wolves have logged
        This season marks Head Coach Denny
                                                     time traveling to Texas, Alaska, and Europe, giv-
Fox’s 18th season at the helm of the Cardinal
                                                     ing the players a chance to learn about and help
Stritch men’s basketball team. After exceeding
                                                     many different groups of people.
expectations and quickly improving the men’s
                                                             Prior to coach-
basketball program upon taking the lead in 1991,
                                                     ing at Stritch, Fox
Fox has become a staple in Stritch’s athletic de-
                                                     coached at Otero
partment. The Missouri native has been a large
                                                     State College in La
part of making the Wolves a force in the Chicago-
                                                     Junta, Colo., Mis-
land Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) and
                                                     souri Valley College
setting Stritch apart from other NAIA schools.
                                                     in Marshall, Mo., and
        During his tenure at Stritch, Coach Fox
                                                     assisted at the Uni-
has led the program to seven first place finishes
                                                     versity of Alaska-An-
(one in the Lake Michigan Conference and six in
                                                     chorage.
the CCAC). His team’s have made six trips to the
                                                             Coach Fox
NAIA National Tournament, including four con-
                                                     earned his B.A. from
secutive seasons starting with the 2002-03 sea-
                                                     Evangel College
son. Stritch’s most recent trip to the dance was
                                                     in Springfield, Mo.,
in the 2005-06 season, where the team made it
                                                     and his M.A. from
to the Sweet Sixteen before falling in the second
                                                     Ball State University
round. Fox has recorded 12 seasons with 20-plus
                                                     in Muncie, Ind. He
wins. His overall record with the Wolves is 377-
                                                     studied social studies and physical education.
181, placing his winning percentage at a very
                                                     While earning Bachelor’s degree, Fox was a
respectable 67.6 percent.
                                                     multi-sport athlete. During his college career, he
        Throughout his coaching career, Fox has
                                                     played football, basketball, and baseball.
been very successful in recruiting and developing
                                                             Coach Fox and his wife, Cindy, live in
young, talented players. Under his directions, 22
                                                     Brown Deer, Wis. Their daughter Stacy, a Stritch
Wolves have been honored with CCAC All-Con-
                                                     alum, teaches at Marquette University. Their son,
ference awards. Among these players are Jeff
                                                     Thomas, is a teacher/writer living in Kansas City.
Kreiling (three-time All-Conference, Player of the
                                                     They also have one granddaughter, Etta Sophia
year 1998-99, 2000-01), Brian O’neal (four time
                                                     Bybee.
All-Conference; Freshman of the Year 2000-01),
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             Roosevelt Pritchett                                Ben Koch
       The 2008-09 season marks Roosevelt                Ben Koch returns to the Wolves for
Pritchett’s fourth season with the Wolves.       his fourth season as Assistant Coach. He
He specializes in improving player defense,      helps players with general improvement
and aids in general skill development.           and is involved in every aspect of the
       Pritchett had a successful college        game.
career at Mississippi Valley State University-           Koch was a four-sport athlete in
which was capped for Pritchett by a trip to      high school. He then relocated to Milwau-
the NCAA Tournament during his senior            kee to obtain both his Bachelors and Mas-
year.                                            ters degrees in electrical engineering from
       Roosevelt then went on to play            Marquette University.
professionally in Spain and Italy. He con-               Ben coaches for the Rising Force
tinued to play internationally for four years    Basketball Academy, one of the largest
before returning home.                           girl’s summer basketball clubs in Wiscon-
       Coach Pritchett now lives in Milwau-      sin. He also has extensive experience
kee with his wife, Carlota, his 18 year old      coaching summer camps.
son, Amani, and his nine year old daugh-                 Coach Koch resides in Milwaukee
ter, Airielle. Pritchett works for the Social    with his wife, Kelly. He currently works for
Development Commission as a Commu-               Brady Corp. as a project manager.
nity Organizer.




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                 Kyle Brokmeier                                  Zach Molner
        Kyle Brokmeier enters his second sea-              Newcomer to the Wolves coaching
son as assistant coach for the Wolves this year.    staff this year is Zach Molner, who works
Besides general coaching duties, Brokmeier          to improve the teams offense and to pre-
plays a large part in recruiting for Stritch, and   pare the freshmen for the new level of
is in charge of pregame scouting. Coach Fox         competition.
says of Kyle, “He puts together some of the                Molner just finished his own college
most comprehensive scouting reports I’ve seen.      career, playing four years at neighboring
They rival reports from professional scouting       MSOE. He plans to enter the Sport Man-
companies, and give our team a huge advan-          agement program at Stritch to earn his
tage going into games.”                             masters.
        Before coming to Stritch, Brokmeier was            As a young coach, Zach can relate
a three-sport high school athlete at Whiltewa-      well to the athletes. He uses his recent ex-
ter High School. He then went on to receive         periences on the court to help the players
both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at         be their best.
UW-Whitewater.                                             Molner is currently living in Milwau-
        Kyle brings over 20 years of coaching       kee, and working to finish his degree at
experience to the table, including head coach-      MSOE before making the move to Cardi-
ing stops at Crossroads College, Mount Senario      nal Stritch.
College, and UWC-Rock County. Most recently
he was head coach at Bayview High School,
where he posted a 45-26 record.
        Coach Brokmeier lives in Milwaukee with
his wife Ana and his two daughters, Emily and
Megan. He is a business education teacher at
Milwaukee Pulaski High School.

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            Roney Eford
          Graduate Assisant
        New to the Stritch men’s basketball
program this year is Graduate Assistant Roney
Eford.
        Eford attended Berkshire School in
Shefield, Mass., where he was named a high
school All-American. He then went on to a
nationally ranked New Hampton Prep School.
        The New York native recieved his Bach-
elor’s degree in communications from Mar-
quette University, where he was a four year
starter for the highly ranked basketball team.
During his career at Marquette, the team
made three trips to the NCAA tournament,
including a run to the “Sweet Sixteen” in his
sophmore year.
        After graduating, Eford played in the
NBA summer league with the Milwaukee
Bucks. Roney also participated in free agent
camps with the Bucks, Atlanta Hawks, and
Miami Heat. He went on to play internation-
ally in both Europe and Asia.
        The Roney Eford Basketball Academy
was started in 2003. The Academy aims to
teach youth the fundamentals of basketball.
        Coach Eford lives on Milwaukee’s
Northshore with his wife and daughter.


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Player Profiles
                                                                          Cardinal Stritch University Athletics

                 Andre                                             Kody
    4            Kennedy                              5            Braddix
Guard | 6-1 | Freshman                           Guard | 5-10 | Junior
Carson, Calif.                                   Glendale, Ariz.


Prior to Cardinal Stritch University:            Prior to Cardinal Stritch University:
Four-year letter winner. Two years at            Junior College: Two-year starter at Cen-
Carson High, two years at Junipero Serra         tral Lakes Community College. Averaged
High School. His team at Junipero Serro          19 points and 3.5 steals his sophomore
HS finished first in the conference during       season. CLCC won state and regional
his junior and senior seasons.                   championships during Braddix’s sopho-
                                                 more year.
Personal: Son of John and Alice Ken-                    Received honors for First-team All-
nedy. Born July 13, 1990. Plans to major         State and All-Region both years, including
in pre-med.                                      state and region MVP during his sopho-
                                                 more year. Named to the National Tour-
                                                 nament’s first-team All-Tournament squad.
                                                 Was asked to play in the Junior College
                                                                  All-Star game.
                                                                  High School: Played
                                                                  for Apollo High School
                                                                  in Glendale, Ariz. Team
                                                                  won state championships
                                                                  Braddix’s junior and senior
                                                                  seasons.
                                                                    As a senior the 5-10
                                                                  guard was named Most
                                                                  Improved Player, and
                                                                  received first-team All-
                                                                  Conference and All-State
                                                                  honorable mention for
                                                                  averaging 16 points, three
                                                                  steals, 4 assista, and three
                                                                  rebounds a game.

                                                                     Personal: Son of Norman
                                                                     Braddix. Born July 7, 1988.
                                                                     Plans to major in Psychol-
                                                                     ogy.


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 10                  Zachary
                     Fry                         12                   Pat
                                                                      Barron
Guard | 6-1 | Freshman                          Guard | 6-1 | Sophomore
Yoder, Colo.                                    Mundelein, Ill.


Prior to Cardinal Stritch University:           2007-08 Season: Started in 25 games.
Three-year letter winner at Ellicot High        Averaged 8.2 points and 3.5 rebounds a
School in Yoder, Colo. Recieved All-Con-        game. Dished out the second most assits,
ference and All-Area Honors. Averaged           with 94 for the season. Netted a career
13 points, 6.5 assists, five rebounds, and      high 23 points vs. East-West University on
three steals a game.                            Dec. 15. Made four three-pointers in three
      Also played on the Colorado Flight        games.
AAU team, who were JAM League Cham-
pions, during his junior and senior years.      Prior to Cardinal Stritch University:
                                                               Played four years at Mun-
Personal: Son of Allen                                         delein High School in
and Kim Fry. Born Au-                                          Mundelein, Ill. Named
gust 21, 1988. Plans to                                        honorable mention All-
major in Sport Manage-                                         Conference and All-Area
ment.                                                          senior season. Received
                                                               High Honorable mention
                                                               All-State.

                                                                         Personal: Son of Dave
                                                                         and Joan Barron. Born
                                                                         Jan. 28, 1989. Majoring
                                                                         in Accounting.




                                                              Total    3-Point   Rebounds
                                                Year    GP FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg Ast Stl Pts/Avg
                                                2007-08 30 77-199 .387 37-117 .316 9-96 105 3.5 96 32 248/8.3
                                                TOTAL 30 77-199 .387 37-117 .316 9-96 105 3.5 96 32 248/8.3
                                                                               Cardinal Stritch University Athletics


                  Nate                                            Ian
 15               Lemmens                           21            Dobbe
Guard | 6-0 | Junior                           Forward | 6-5 | Sophomore
Rhinelander, Wis.                              Shawano, Wis.


Prior to Cardinal Stritch University:          2007-08 Season: Earned playing time
Junior College: Two-year starter for           in all 33 games, starting in 17. Averaged
Mid-State Technical College. Averaged          5.7 points and 4.1 rebounds a game. Had
15 points and five assists per game. Was       a career high 18 points against Presenta-
named second-team All-                                          tion College on Dec. 31.
Conference his freshman                                         Pulled down 14 rebounds
season. Received first-team                                     against Indiana Northwest
All-Conference, Conference                                      on Jan. 21.
Player of the Year, All-State
and All-Region honors dur-                                             Prior to Cardinal
ing his sophomore season.                                              Stritch University:
High School: Three-year                                                Played four years at Sha-
letter winner at Rhinelander                                           wano Community High
High School. Named team                                                School in Shawano, Wis.
captain and team MVP. Re-                                              where he was a three-year
ceived second-team All-Con-                                            letter winner.
ference honors twice.
                                                                       Personal: Son of Daniel
Personal: Son of Larry and                                             and Jill Dobbe. Born Jan.
Jo Ann Lemmens. Born                                                   29, 1989. Majoring in
April 11, 1987. Plans to ma-                                           Chemistry.
jor in Sociology.




                                                           Total         3-Point    Rebounds
                                              Year    GP FG-FGA Pct    FG-FGA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg Ast Blk Pts/Avg
                                              2007-08 33 74-171 .433    16-44 .364 49-87 136 4.1 10 11 188/5.7
                                              TOTAL 33 74-171 .433     16-44 .364 49-87 136 4.1 10 11 188/5.7




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                     Brandon                                                            Levette
  22                 D’Amico                                         23                 Nash
Guard | 6-5 | Sophomore                                            Guard | 5-9 | Redshirt
Geneva, Ill.                                                       Milwaukee, Wis.


2007-08 Season: Earned playing time in                             2007-08 Season: Made apperances in
13 of 33 games. Managed to average 8.2                             five games last season.
points per game. Had the highest three-
point percentage, shooting 46 percent                              Prior to Cardinal Stritch University:
from beyond the arc. Scored 14 points                              Was a four-year letter winner at Shore-
twice, in games vs. Purdue                                                   wood High School in Shore-
North-Central and Northland                                                  wood, Wis.
Baptist.
                                                                                  Personal: Son of Pamela
Prior to Cardinal Stritch                                                         Nash. Born July 12, 1886. Ma-
University:                                                                       joring in elementary education.
Played for Geneva High School
in Geneva, Ill. Averaged 23
points and five rebounds per
game during his senior year.
Was named third-team All-
State, All-Area, and played in
the North vs. South Illinois All-
Star game.

Personal: Son of Mark and
Jodi D’Amico. Born Jan. 26,
1988. Majoring in Accounting.




              Total     3-Point       Rebounds                                 Total     3-Point   Rebounds
Year    GP FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg Ast Stl Pts/Avg   Year   GP FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg Ast Stl Pts/Avg
2007-08 13 36-76 .474 17-37 .459 12-23 35 2.7 20 8 107/8.2         2007-08 6 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0 0.0 0 1 0/0.0
TOTAL 13 36-76 .474 17-37 .459 12-23 35 2.7 20 8 107/8.2           TOTAL 6     0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0 0.0 0 1 0/0.0
                                                                                           Cardinal Stritch University Athletics


                     Chris                                                           Richard
  24                 Mayeaux                                           30            Galewski
Guard| 6-3 | Junior                                                Guard | 5-10 | Senior
Tigard, Ore.                                                       South Milwaukee, Wis.


2007-08 Season: Earned playing time in Prior to Cardinal Stritch University:
16 of 33 games. Averaged 1.1 points per Played four years at South Milwaukee
game.                                   High School in South Milwukee, Wis.

Prior to Cardinal Stritch University:                              Personal: Son of John and Sandi Galews-
Was a four-year letter winner at Tigard                            ki. Born March 3, 1986. Majoring in His-
High School in Tualatin, Ore. Was award-                           tory.
ed Most Improved Player his senior year.

Personal: Son of Jack and
Sallie Mayeaux. Born Oct. 7,
1987. Majoring in Business
Human Resources.




              Total     3-Point     Rebounds
Year    GP FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg Ast Stl Pts/Avg
2007-08 16 7-20 .350 2-10 .200 2-5        7 0.4 2 3 16/1.0
TOTAL 16 7-20 .350 2-10 .200 2-5          7 0.4 2 3 16/1.0




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                                                                 Navjot
  32                                             33
                     Tristan
                     Petsch-Horvath
                                                                 Singh
Guard | 6-4 | Freshman                          Forward | 6-4 | Freshman
Burlington, Wis.                                Mundelein, Ill.


Prior to Cardinal Stritch University:           Prior to Cardinal Stritch University:
Two-year letter winner at Burlington            Played four years at Mundelein High
Catholic Central in Elkhorn, Wis. Was           School in Mundelein, Ill. Averaged 20
team captain his senior year. Averaged 14       points and 10 rebounds per game his
points, 3.5 assists, and 3 rebounds a game.     senior season. Received All-Conference
Was named Player of the Week three              honors his junior and senior year. Was
times during his senior year. Received sec-     named to the All-Area and All-State teams
ond-team All-Conference, Honorable men-         his senior season. Was also awarded team
tion All-Racine County, and Nominated           MVP.
for the Wisconsin All-Star
game. Also named to                                                 Personal: Son of Paul
the Standard Press All-                                             and Barwinder Singh.
Area team for senior                                                Born August 2, 1990.
season.

Personal: Son of Kevin
and Marcy Horvath.
Born July 27, 1989. Plans
to major in Sport Man-
agement.
                                                                                                           Cardinal Stritch University Athletics


                          Trey                                                                   Milutin
  40                      Triplett                                                 42            Mirjacic
Forward | 6-4 | Junior                                                         Forward | 6-9 | Junior
Lisle, Ill.                                                                    Uzice, Serbia


2007-08 Season: Led the teams in points                                        Prior to Cardinal Stritch University:
and rebounds, averaging 19.3 points and                                        Attended Economic School in Uzice,
8.5 rebounds per game. Shot 50.4 percent                                       Serbia. Played on Borac U19 team that
from the field. Received                                                                        placed second at the
first-team All-Conference                                                                       Serbian National Tourna-
honors for the second year
                                                                                                ment. Also played for
in a row.
                                                                                                Slobada Uzice club team.
2006-07 Season: Aver-
aged 13.2 points and 6.5                                                                                Personal: Son of Milo-
rebounds a game. Had a                                                                                  van and Marina Mirjacic.
57.5 field goal percentage.                                                                             Born Feb. 2, 1987. Plans
Was named first-team All-                                                                               to major in business.
Conference and Freshman
of the Year.

Prior to Cardinal Stritch
University: Played four
years at Lisle High School
in Lisle, Ill. Named team
captain senior season.
Received All-Conference
honors senior year.

Personal: Son of Terry and Soozie Triplett.
Born Oct. 10, 1986. Majoring in Sport Man-
agement.


                   Total         3-Point     Rebounds
Year      GP    FG-FGA Pct    FG-FGA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts/Avg
2006-07   32   177-308 .575    1-3 .333 99-108 207 6.5 26 17 21 422/13.2
2007-08   33   248-492 .504    5-21 .238 120-161 281 8.5 39 13 36 636/19.3
TOTAL     65   425-800 .531   6-24 .250 219-269 488 7.5 65 30 57 1058/16.3




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                     Derek                                            Dustin
  52                 Woelffer                     55                  Dean
Center | 6-6 | Freshman                         Center | 6-6 | 230 | Sophomore
Marshall, Wis.                                  Morristown, Ind.


Prior to Cardinal Stritch University:           2007-08 Season: Earned playing time
Played four years at Marshall High School       in 29 of 33 games. Averaged 4.1 points
in Marshall, Wis. Was named Most Im-            and three rebounds a game. Netted 12
proved Player and to the All-Conference         points twice in his rookie season, includ-
team in his senior season after averaging       ing the game against Northland Baptist,
10 points and 8.5 rebounds a game.              in which he scored his first double double
                                                            of his career, pulling down 10
Personal: Son of Deb                                        rebounds.
Popp. Born Nov. 13, 1989.
Plans to major in Sports                                         Prior to Cardinal Stritch
Management.                                                      University: Played four years
                                                                 at Morristown Senior High in
                                                                 Morristown, Ind. Team won
                                                                 Shelby County Championships
                                                                 in both junior and senior sea-
                                                                 sons. Named to the All-Confer-
                                                                 ence team both years. Award-
                                                                 ed Shelby County MVP senior
                                                                 year.

                                                                 Personal: Son of Brian Dean
                                                                 and Amanda Simpkins. Born
                                                                 Feb. 15, 1988. Majoring in
                                                                 Sport Management.



                                                        Total    3-Point   Rebounds
                                                Year    GP FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts/Avg
                                                2007-08 29 51-110 .464 4-17 .235 32-56 88 3.0 7 9 10 119/4.1
                                                TOTAL 29 51-110 .464 4-17 .235 32-56 88 3.0 7 9 10 119/4.1
                                                                                                                               Cardinal Stritch University Athletics



                                                         Opponents
St. Ambrose University                                                               Silver Lake College
Nov. 8 - 3:00 p.m. - Milwaukee, Wis.                                                 Nov. 11 - 7:00 p.m. - Manitowoc, Wis.
                                                                                     Feb. 21 - 2:30 p.m. - Milwaukee, Wis.
                            Location:Davenport, Iowa                                                             Location: Manitowoc, Wis.
                            Enrollment: 3,870                                                                    Enrollment: 1,000
                            Nickname: Fighting Bees                                                              Nickname: Lakers
                            Colors: Navy Blue and White                                                          Colors: Royal Blue and White
                            Affiliation: NAIA                                                                    Affiliation: United States Collegiate Athletic Association
                            Conference: Midwest Collegiate Conference (MCC)                                      (USCAA)
                            HeadCoach: Ray Shovlain                                                              Conference: N/A
                            Record at School: 478-337                                                            Head Coach: Scott Farr
                            Assistant Coach: Kyle Murray                                                         Record at School: 9-12
2007-08 Overall Record: 13-19                                                        Assistant Coach: Todd Hauf
2007-08 Conference Record: 7-9                                                       2007-2008 Overall Record: 9-12
Basketball Contact: Brian Thiessen                                                   2007-2008 Conference Record: N/A
Athletic Trainer: Dean Beauchamp                                                     Basketball Contact: Scott Farr
Internet Address: http://web.sau.edu/mbasketball/                                    Athletic Trainer:
                                                                                     Internet Address: http://www.sl.edu/Athletics/MensBB/default.asp
Concordia University (Mich.)                                                         Ashford University
Nov. 14 - 6:00 p.m. - Huntington, Ind.                                               Nov. 18 - 7:00 p.m. - Milwaukee, Wis.

                              Location: Ann Arbor, Mich.                                                          Location: Clinton, Iowa
                              Enrollment: 600                                                                     Enrollment: 526
                              Nickname: Cardinals                                                                 Nickname: Saints
                              Colors: Scarlet and White                                                           Colors: Purple and Gold
                              Affiliation: NAIA                                                                   Affiliation: NAIA
                              Conference: Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference                                   Conference: Midwest Collegiate Conference (MCC)
                              (WHAC)                                                                              Head Coach: Andy Eberhart
                              Head Coach: Ben Limback                                                             Record at School: 115-217
                              Record at School: 63-89                                                             Assistant Coach: Josh Davis
Assistant Coach: Scott Schmidt                                                       2007-2008 Overall Record: 16-13
2007-2008 Overall Record: 11-20                                                      2007-2008 Conference Record: 8-8
2007-2008 Conference Record: 7-10                                                    Basketball Contact: Sly Grimm
Basketball Contact: Karl Kling                                                       Athletic Trainer: Tiffany Manley
Athletic Trainer: Emily Card                                                         Internet Address: http://www.ashford.edu/athletics/basketball_mens.php
Internet Address: http://www.concordiacardinals.com/sport/10/4.php
Viterbo University                                                                   Illinois Institute of Technology
Nov. 21 - 7:30 p.m. - La Crosse, Wis.                                                Nov. 25 - 7:00 p.m. - Milwaukee, Wis.

                             Location: Lacrosse, Wis.                                                              Location: Chicago, Ill.
                             Enrollment: 3,088                                                                     Enrollment: 2,000
                             Nickname: V-Hawk                                                                      Nickname: Scarlet Hawks
                             Colors: Burgundy and White                                                            Colors: Scarlet, Gray, Black, and White
                             Affiliation: NAIA                                                                     Affiliation: NAIA
                             Conference: Midwest Collegiate Conference (MCC)                                       Conference: CCAC
                             Head Coach: Wayne Wagner                                                              Head Coach: Rusty Lloyd
                             Record at School: 126-136                                                             Record at School: 9-50
                             Assistant Coach: Ken Barrett                                                          Assistant Coach: Jeff Willinger
2007-2008 Overall Record: 9-22                                                       2007-2008 Overall Record: 5-26
2007-2008 Conference Record: 3-13                                                    2007-2008 Conference Record: 0-10
Basketball Contact: Eric Kunick                                                      Basketball Contact: Kevin Peacock
Athletic Trainer: Joe LaMere                                                         Athletic Trainer: Phil Kopinski
Internet Address: http://www.viterbo.edu/mbb.aspx                                    Internet Address: http://www.illinoistechathletics.com/sport/6/2.php

Indiana University Northwest                                                         Indiana Institute of Technology
Dec. 3 - 7:30 p.m. - Gary, Ind.                                                      Dec. 5 - 7:30 p.m. - Upland, Ind.

                            Location: Gary, Ind.                                                                   Location: Upland, Ind.
                            Enrollment: 4.819                                                                      Enrollment: 3,000
                            Nickname: Red Hawks                                                                    Nickname: Warriors
                            Colors: Scarlet and Black                                                              Colors: Black and Gold
                            Affiliation: NAIA                                                                      Affiliation: NAIA
                            Conference: N/A                                                                        Conference: Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference
                            Head Coach: Pete Trgovich                                                              (WHAC)
                            Record at School:                                                                      Head Coach: Jeff Parrish
                            Assistant Coach: Jim Arges                                                             Record at School: 58-38
2007-2008 Overall Record:                                                            Assistant Coach: Mark Feagler
2007-2008 Conference Record: N/A                                                     2007-2008 Overall Record: 21-13
Basketball Contact: Pete Trgovich                                                    2007-2008 Conference Record: 10-4
Athletic Trainer:                                                                    Basketball Contact: James Lipocky
Internet Address:                                                                    Athletic Trainer: Kirk Dunkin
http://www.iun.edu/~basketm/                                                         Internet Address: http://athletics.indianatech.edu/MensBasketball/Main.aspx


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University of Wisconsin - Whitewater                                              Kentucky Wesleyan College
Dec. 18 - 7:00 - Whitewater, Wis.                                                 Dec. 19 - 7:00 p.m. - Owensboro, Ky.

                              Location: Whitewater, Wis.                                                       Location: Owensboro, Ky.
                              Enrollment: 10,700                                                               Enrollment: 909
                              Nickname: Warhawks                                                               Nickname: Panthers
                              Colors: Purple, Black, and White                                                 Colors: Purple and White
                              Affiliation: NCAA Division III                                                   Affiliation: NCAA Division II
                              Conference: WIAC                                                                 Conference: Great Lakes Valley
                              Head Coach: Pat Miller                                                           Head Coach: Todd Lee
                              Record at School: 146-49                                                         Record at School: 44-41
                              Assistant Coach: Todd Skrivseth                                                  Assistant Coach: Derrick Tilmon
2007-2008 Overall Record: 24-5                                                    2007-2008 Overall Record: 24-8
2007-2008 Conference Record: 13-3                                                 2007-2008 Conference Record: 14-5
Basketball Contact: Tom Fick                                                      Basketball Contact: Roy Pickerill
Athletic Trainer: Steve Hillmer                                                   Athletic Trainer: Bridget Muniz
Internet Address: http://www.uwwsports.com/index.asp?path=mbball                  Internet Address: http://www.kwc.edu/athletics/athsportindex.asp?sport=10

University of Illinois Springfield                                                Dakota Wesleyan University
Dec. 20 - 4:00 p.m. - Springfield, Ill.                                           Dec. 30 - 6:00 p.m. - Milwaukee, Wis.

                            Location: Springfield, Ill.                                                       Location: Mitchell, S.D.
                            Enrollment: 4,900                                                                 Enrollment: 733
                            Nickname: Prairie Stars                                                           Nickname: Tigers
                            Colors: Navy Blue and Gold                                                        Colors: Royal Blue and White
                            Affiliation: NAIA                                                                 Affiliation: NAIA
                            Conference: American Midwest                                                      Conference: Greater Plains
                            Head Coach: Kevin Gamble                                                          Head Coach: John Hemenway
                            Record at School: 99-88                                                           Record at School: 62-34
                            Assistant Coach: Aaron Boettcher                                                  Assistant Coach: Matt Culhane
2007-2008 Overall Record: 22-10                                                   2007-2008 Overall Record: 24-9
2007-2008 Conference Record: 11-3                                                 2007-2008 Conference Record: 13-5
Basketball Contact: Paul MacDonna                                                 Basketball Contact: Matt Higgins
Athletic Trainer: Ryan Tosh                                                       Athletic Trainer: Jarod Guthmiller
Internet Address: http://goprairiestars.athleticsite.com/sport.asp?sportID=2      Internet Address: http://www.dwu.edu/athletics/mbasketball/index.htm


Judson University                                                                 Trinity Christian College
Jan. 7 - 7:00 p.m. - Elgin, Ill.                                                  Jan. 10 - 3:00 p.m. - Milwaukee, Wis.
Jan. 31 - 4:00 p.m. - Milwaukee, Wis.                                             Feb. 4 - 7:30 p.m. - Palos Heights, Ill.
                               Location: Elgin, Ill.                                                            Location: Palos Heights, Ill.
                               Enrollment: 1,200                                                                Enrollment: 1,300
                               Nickname: Eagles                                                                 Nickname: Trolls
                               Colors: Royal Blue and White                                                     Colors: Blue and White
                               Affiliation: NAIA                                                                Affiliation: NAIA
                               Conference: CCAC                                                                 Conference: CCAC
                               Head Coach: Tony Tompkins                                                        Head Coach: Tim Walker
                               Record at School: 0-0                                                            Record at School: 88-99
                               Assistant Coach: David Graca                                                     Assistant Coach: Kevin Lubbers
2007-2008 Overall Record: 19-9                                                    2007-2008 Overall Record: 23-13
2007-2008 Conference Record: 10-2                                                 2007-2008 Conference Record: 9-3
Basketball Contact: Adam Ledyard                                                  Basketball Contact: Amy Strong
Athletic Trainer: Carrie Sailer                                                   Athletic Trainer: Shari Jurgens
Internet Address: http://www.judsoneagles.com/sport/6/6.php                       Internet Address: http://athletics.trnty.edu/index.php/MBasketball/home.html

Trinity International University                                                  Calumet College of St. Joseph’s
Jan. 14 - 7:30 p.m. - Milwaukee, Wis.                                             Jan. 17 - 3:00 p.m. - Whiting, Ind.
Feb. 7 - 7:30 p.m. - Deerfield, Ill.                                              Feb. 11 - 7:30 p.m. - Milwaukee, Wis.
                           Location: Deerfield, Ill.                                                         Name: Calumet College of St. Joseph
                           Enrollment: 3, 000                                                                Location: Whiting, Ind.
                           Nickname: Trojans                                                                 Enrollment: 1,200
                           Colors: Blue and Gray                                                             Nickname: Crimson Wave
                           Affiliation: NAIA                                                                 Colors: Crimson and Gray
                           Conference: CCAC                                                                  Affiliation: NAIA
                           Head Coach: Andy Euler                                                            Conference: CCAC
                           Record at School: 0-0                                                             Head Coach: Ryan Sexson
                           Assistant Coach: Blake Oakley                                                     Record at School: 18-13
2007-2008 Overall Record: 8-22                                                    Assistant Coach: Kevin Lenz
2007-2008 Conference Record: 4-8                                                  2007-2008 Overall Record: 18-13
Basketball Contact: Summer Stout                                                  2007-2008 Conference Record: 7-5
Athletic Trainer:                                                                 Basketball Contact: Ryan Sexson
Internet Address: http://www.tiutrojans.com/sport/0/2.php                         Athletic Trainer: Alexandria Coleman
                                                                                  Internet Address: http://www.ccsj.edu/athletics/mbasketball/index.html


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                                                      Opponents
Purdue University - North Central                                          Purdue University - Calumet
Jan. 21 - 7:00 p.m. - Michigan City, Ind.                                  Jan. 24 - 4:00 p.m. - Milwaukee, Wis.
Feb. 14 - 4:00 p.m. - Milwaukee, Wis.                                      Feb. 18 - 7:30 p.m. - Calumet, Ind.
                              Location: Westville, Ind.                                                Location: Hammond, Ind.
                              Enrollment: 2,100                                                        Enrollment: 9,300
                              Nickname: Panthers                                                       Nickname: Peregrines
                              Colors: Vegas Gold and Black                                             Colors: Black and Gold
                              Affiliation: NAIA                                                        Affiliation: NAIA
                              Conference: CCAC                                                         Conference: CCAC
                              Head Coach: Kristofer Schnatz                                            Head Coach: Dan Voudrie
                              Record at School: 5-26                                                   Record at School: 0-0
                              Assistant Coach: Anthony Mytas                                           Assistant Coach:
2007-2008 Overall Record: 5-26                                             2007-2008 Overall Record: 6-23
2007-2008 Conference Record: 0-12                                          2007-2008 Conference Record: 4-8
Basketball Contact: Kristofer Schnatz                                      Basketball Contact: Dave Fanno
Athletic Trainer: Doug Cassell                                             Athletic Trainer:
Internet Address: http://www.pnc.edu/athletics/basketball/index.html       Internet Address: http://webs.calumet.purdue.edu/basketballmen/

Northland Baptist Bible College
Jan. 26 - 7: 30 p.m. - Dunbar, Wis.
Feb. 5 - 7:00 p.m. - Milwaukee, Wis.
                           Location: Dunbar, Wis.
                           Affiliation: NCCAA
                           Conference: N/A
                           Head Coach: Peter Wehry
                           Record at School: N/A
                           Assistant Coach: N/A
                           2007-2008 Overall Record:
                           2007-2008 Conference Record: N/A
                           Basketball Contact: Peter Wehry
Athletic Trainer: N/A
Internet Address: http://www.nbbc.edu/athletics/mens_basketball.php




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 CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY	
                                                 Transforming Lives Through Value-Centered Education


F   ounded in 1937 by the Sisters
    of St. Francis of Assisi, Cardinal
Stritch University is comprehensive
                                             proclaims that it “strives to be a caring
                                             community.”
                                                                                         students, faculty, and staff participate
                                                                                         in many community-oriented activities
                                                                                         like local meal programs and Habitat
and coeducational. We serve students         Along with that, efforts are made to        for Humanity.
of all faiths and ages in four colleges:     create multicultural diversity among
College of Arts and Sciences, College        faculty and students. The Stritch com-      Academically speaking, Cardinal
of Business and Management, College          munity shows a welcoming attitude           Stritch University has set up a strong
of Education and Leadership, and the         toward persons with disabilities, the       Academic Support Center to assists
Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing.          elderly, disadvantaged, and disenfran-      students needing help in fundamen-
                                             chised.                                     tal skills. Pre-collegiate courses are
A Stritch education is about more                                                        offered in basic skills for provisionally
than simply earning a degree. The            Members of the University work each         admitted students.
University’s history is rooted in Francis-   day to show compassion to others by
can values, which emphasize a more           serving and caring for the poor and         It is also a high priority of the Univer-
practical education.                         oppressed, working for justice, taking      sity to hold reverence for all of creation
                                             responsible social action, and offering     by:
We invite everyone to reflect on the         unselfish service.                          • Fostering a simple lifestyle and re-
meaning of the values and to seek                                                        sponsible stewardship
opportunities for living them at Stritch     One of the key components that              • Preserving the environment
and beyond.                                  makes this university unique is that        • Respecting all creatures

Saints Francis and Clare, the founders
of the Franciscan tradition, acknowl-
edged God as creator and all human-
kind as made in the divine image.
Nourished by lives of prayer and
reflection and focused on the example
of Jesus, they offer models of coopera-
tion and inclusivity.

In this spirit, we invite persons of
diverse faith backgrounds to embrace
and live the Franciscan values of our
University, which are:
• Creating a Caring Community
• Respecting each person’s dignity
• Offering hospitality, courtesy, kind-
ness.
• Fostering loving relationships

Cardinal Stritch University makes it a
point of living and practicing the core
values on a daily basis.
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CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY	
                                                         Transforming Lives Through Value-Centered Education
          ACADEMICS AT CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY                                            WHO WAS CARDINAL STRITCH
Cardinal Stritch University is a Franciscan Catholic university aimed at
transforming lives through value-centered education. Stritch serves           Samuel Cardinal Stritch
nearly 1,100 traditional undergraduate students and also offers               (1887-1958)
graduate programs in business, education, nursing and the arts and

                                                                                                S
sciences.                                                                                            amuel Alphonsus Stritch was born in Nashville, Tenn.,
                                                                                                     the seventh of eight children, to a poor Irish couple.
Type: Four-year, private, coeducational, comprehensive, Franciscan                               The parish priest helped his parents send him to the Cin-
Catholic university                                                                              cinnati Seminary for two years. He later completed his
Location: Minutes north of downtown Milwaukee in the quiet, resi-                                studies for the priesthood in Rome and was ordained in
dential suburbs of Fox Point and Glendale.                                                       1910. He was to distinguish himself as a capable admin-
Founded: 1937 by the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi                                            istrator and educator who did not forget his humble be-
Enrollment: 1,100 traditional undergraduates, 25% minority stu-                                  ginnings. This was evident in his constant zeal for both
dents, 4% international students                                                                 charitable organizations and those that could change
Student-Faculty Ratio: 16:1                                                   society’s structures to include all races, nations and populations.
Average Class Size: 19
Student Clubs and Organizations: More than 20 student groups                  Appointed Archbishop of Milwaukee in 1930, he was to become known
Athletics: NAIA, Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC),           as “the Bishop of the poor” when, during the Great Depression, he refused
Men’s: Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Cross Country, Volleyball                to use collected monies to repair fire damage to the St. John’s Cathedral
Women’s: Basketball, Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Softball              roof, but instead invested it and used the interest for the poor until the
Tuition: (2007-2008): $18,624                                                 crisis was over. He often said: “As long as there are two pennies in one’s
Room & Board (2007-2008): $5,750                                              hand, one belongs to the poor.”
Financial Aid: 93% of students receive financial aid, and on average,         In the 1930’s, he advised the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi to found a
students get half of their tuition paid by grants and scholarships.           college to educate their Sisters to become competent teachers. Mother
Fields of Studies: Stritch offers more than 60 fields of study.               Bartholomew Frederick took up the challenge and founded St. Clare Col-
                                                                              lege, in 1937. In 1946, the Sisters renamed the college in his honor. He
Undergraduate degrees offered include                                         accepted on the condition that some persons in need would always be
                                                                              sponsored and educated at the college.
Associate of Arts                                                             From 1939 to 1958, he served the Archdiocese of Chicago, first as Arch-
Associate of Science                                                          bishop and later as Cardinal. He set about improving urban living condi-
Bachelor of Arts                                                              tions for poor people, introducing specialized services for deaf and blind
Bachelor of Fine Arts                                                         persons and founding the Peter Maurin House for Alcoholics.
Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Science                                                           He helped create war relief services, assisting immigrants of Poland, Italy
                                                                              and Hungary. He censured anti-Semitism and decried persecution of the
To check out specific majors, visit www.stritch.edu                           Jews. He worked against racism, establishing the Catholic Interracial Coun-
More than 96% of Stritch students are in jobs within one year of gradu-       cil. He was praised by organized labor for his supportive stand for working
                                                                              people.

                                                                              Cardinal Stritch, an eloquent orator, is best remembered for his gracious
                                                                              concern for each person and his great kindness and intelligence, so well
                                                                              used on behalf of others.

                                                                              (Adapted from the Catholic Encyclopedia)




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                                                   Dr. Helen Sobehart
                                              | Cardinal Stritch University President |


                  D   r. Helen C. Sobe-
                      hart became the
                 sixth president of Car-
                                               In addition to her work at Duquesne
                                               University, where she also served as
                                               director and a faculty member for the
                                                                                            of boards focusing on the homeless,
                                                                                            minority scholarships, foster children and
                                                                                            women in educational leadership.
                 dinal Stritch University      University’s Interdisciplinary Doctoral
                 – and the first lay presi-    Program for Educational Leaders and          Dr. Sobehart holds a doctorate of arts in
                 dent in the University’s      Leadership Institute, she is the former      history from Carnegie Mellon University,
                 history – in July 2008.       associate executive director of the Labo-    a master of science degree in special
                 She comes to Stritch          ratory for Student Success at Temple         education from Duquesne University
from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh,        University in Philadelphia, one of the       and a bachelor of arts in psychology/so-
where she most recently served as as-          nine federally funded regional education     ciology from Slippery Rock University.
sociate provost and associate academic         research labs.                               She is a member of the Council of Gradu-
vice president.                                                                             ate Schools, the American Association
                                               She is a former superintendent of the        of Colleges & Universities, the University
She is a lifelong Catholic who is com-         Fox Chapel Area School District in           Council for Educational Administration,
mitted to leading Stritch into the fu-         Pittsburgh and a respected teacher and       the American Educational Research
ture while embracing, cherishing and           administrator in the field of special edu-   Association, the American Association
upholding the University’s Franciscan          cation. She served by gubernatorial ap-      of School Administrators, the American
values.                                        pointment to the Pennsylvania Advisory       Association of University Women, Phi
                                               Council for Special Education, and was       Delta Kappa, the National Council of
An educator since 1969, Dr. Sobehart           recognized by the Pennsylvania State         Professors of Educational Administration
was the 2008 recipient of the American         Senate for her “immeasurable contribu-       and the Association for Supervision and
Association of School Administrators’ Dr.      tion to educational progress.”               Curriculum Development.
Effie Jones Humanitarian Award, a pres-
tigious national honor that recognizes         Dr. Sobehart is an accomplished speaker      Dr. Sobehart is married, with two grown
individual efforts related to the advocacy     and writer, both nationally and interna-     sons, one daughter-in-law and one
and support of women and minori-               tionally. Her work has been published        grandson. She is a church lector and
ties in education. She was a finalist for      in numerous academic journals and she        Eucharistic minister and enjoys walk-
the American Association of University         edited a book with colleagues from all       ing, classical music, the arts, family and
Women’s prestigious “Scholar in Resi-          over the world, “Women Leading Educa-        home.
dence” Award and received the Gold             tion Across the Continents: Sharing the
Star Award for Education and Mentoring         Spirit, Fanning the Flame.” She also is
of School Leaders from the Pittsburgh          devoted to community involvement and
Council on Public Education.                   public service, having served on a variety




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                                                   Chris Robinson
                                                     | Dean of Students |

                    C   hris Robinson is in        of the key liasons for communication              Government Association, planning
                        her 10th year as           between the university and its' students.         and implementing student orientation
                   the Dean of Students at         She also provides oversight for the stu-          programs, and planning general student
                   Cardinal Stritch Univer-        dent conduct policies and standards.              activities.
                   sity. In this position,
                   Robinson is the lead ad-        It is through activities such as those that       Prior to coming to Cardinal Stritch
                   ministrator/supervisor          Robinson works each day to help solve             University, Robinson held the position of
                   of the athletic depart-         student issues that may arise and uses            Residence Hall Director and coordinator
 ment, ensuring continued success both             her energies to continue student reten-           of Residence Hall Administration for the
 on and off the field of competition.              tion and success, ensuring that each              University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
                                                   prospective student has the opportunity
 Along side her duties as the Wolves Ath-          to experience the most possible success           Robinson currently holds a degree in Psy-
 letic Program supervisor, Robinson over-          while being a part of the Cardinal Stritch        chology from The Ohio State University
 sees a multitude of programs at Cardinal          University community.                             and Masters in Personnel Work/Student
 Stritch University such as counseling,                                                              Affairs from The Ohio State University.
 health services, international programs,          While Robinson has spent the last nine            She and her husband, Mark, live in River
 student leadership and involvement, resi-         years in her current position with Stritch,       Hills, Wis., and have one child, Rebecca.
 dence life, campus ministry, multicultural        she was not new to the University, prior
 relations, and vocation development.              to accepting the roles as she was the
 Through these, she leads the charge of a          Assistant Dean of Students from 1995 to
 bright future for Stritch.                        1999. Within that position, she played
 Within her daily duties, Robinson is one          a major role in advising the Student


                                                       Pat Clemens
                                                   | Director of Athletics |


                   P   at Clemens enters          the chair for the All-American Selection          going on to coach just the women’s pro-
                       his first year as the      Committee, the Hall of Fame Committee,            gram after 2006. After completing the 2007
                   Director of Athletics for      the Research Committee, and the Ratings           season he resigned his position one summer
                   Cardinal Stritch Univer-       Oversight Committee. He was involved in           later as he was named Director of Athletics
                   sity. Clemens becomes          the Ethics Committee and was the NAIA             in August by Stritch’s new President, Dr.
                   the university's first-ever    Region VII men’s soccer chair from 2001-          Helen Sobehart.
                   fulltime director, replacing   2005. Clemens also served as the Chicago-
                   Denny Fox at the post.         land Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC)        A retiree from the United States Air Force,
                                                  men’s soccer chair.                               Clemens has used his vast experience to
Clemens enters the position with a wealth                                                           help Stritch grow on many fronts. Already,
of experience. More than 20 years ago, he         While Clemens has had an effect on the na-        he has named the university’s first full-time
kick-started his career by being the official     tional stage, he has been a key figure in the     director of sports information, the first
scorer for the 1983 NAIA Men’s Soccer Na-         development of Cardinal Stritch University        director of intramurals & recreation, and has
tional Championship in Wichita, Texas. and        academics and the Athletic Department.            been leading the charge in developing new
has continued that service ever since. In         He was a professor for the Sports Manage-         athletic facilities for Wolves athletics.
2000, he officially was named to the NAIA         ment program since its inception in 2002.
Men’s Soccer Coaches Association (NAIA-           In spring of 2008, Clemens also played an         Clemens holds a master's degree in sports
MSCA) Executive Committee, eventually             integral role in starting the Masters of Sports   management from the United States Sports
concluding seven years on the committee           Management program that saw its first             Academy. He and his wife Bess currently
after having worked his way up to the role        classes start this past fall.                     live in Fox Point, Wis., and have three chil-
of president.                                                                                       dren (David, Erin, Neal) and four grandchil-
                                                  Throughout his time at Stritch, he has dem-       dren (Evan, Cooper, Addyson, Campbell).
While serving on the NAIA-MSCA Execu-             onstrated just as much devotion to Wolves
tive Committee, Clemens kept himself in           athletics, having served as the men and
the diversity of the organization by being        women’s head soccer coach from 1996 until




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                                                        Richard Panella
                                                     | Assistant Athletic Director |

                R     ichard Panella is in
                      his 16th year as As-
                 sistant Director of Ath-
                                                Along side his administrative duties, Pan-
                                                ela also assumes the role as Head Coach
                                                of the Women’s Basketball program and
                                                                                              inducted into the CCAC Hall of Fame in
                                                                                              2005 and was named 2006-07 Wis-
                                                                                              consin Basketball Coaches Association
                 letics for Cardinal Stritch    Softball program. As the Women’s Head         “Coach of the Year.”
                 University. Panella also       Basketball Coach, Panella holds a record
                 serves as Stritch’s Direc-     of 472-120, which ranks him in the top-       Panella and his wife, Mira, reside in Wau-
                 tor of Intramurals and         10 in the NAIA for winning percentage         watosa, Wis., and have three children
                 Recreation. In addition        among all basketball coaches.                 and eight grandchildren.
to this, He also serves on two commit-
tees at Stritch, serving on the Student         Panella received the ultimate recogni-
Affairs Council and the Athlete Advi-           tion by his peers within the Chicagoland
sory Council.                                   Collegiate Athletic Conference as he was




                                                            David Snieg
                                                  | Director of Sports Information |


                D     avid Snieg enters
                      his first year as
                the Director of Sports
                                                guides produced for the department
                                                and its sports. He also is in charge of
                                                the departments website and oversees
                                                                                              assistant sports information director at
                                                                                              the NCAA Division I level for the Uni-
                                                                                              versity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, NCAA
                Information for Cardinal        a student staff that includes 10 Stritch      Division II for the University for the Uni-
                Stritch University.             Students and one graduate assistant.          versity of Wisconsin-Parkside, and served
                                                                                              as an intern at the NAIA level for Embry
                  Hired this past sum-          While Snieg is new to the position, he        Riddle Aeronautical University.
                  mer, Snieg becomes            is not new to Stritch or to the world of
the university's first-ever fulltime SID.       Sports Information. The Cedarburg na-         Snieg holds a degree in sport manage-
Serving in this capacity, Snieg over-           tive came to Stritch a year ago to serve      ment from the University of Wisconsin-
sees game day preparations, official            as assistant baseball coach, a role he will   Parkside and resides in Cedarburg, Wis.
statistics, press releases, and all media       continue this season.
                                                Prior to his time at Stritch, Snieg was an



                                                           April Daniels
                                               | Head Athletic Trainer, MA, ATC/LAT |


                A     pril Daniels enters
                      her second year as
                Head Athletic Trainer
                                                certification for athletic training. She is
                                                also an adjunct faculty member, teach-
                                                ing Personal Wellness and Introduction
                                                                                              cer and basketball while at the University
                                                                                              of California-Chico.

                (MA, ATC/LAT) for               to Athletic Training.                         Daniels currently holds a degree in
                Cardinal Stritch Univer-                                                      Kinesiology from the University of Wis-
                sity. Daniels serves as         The Wolves Athletic Trainer has logged        consin-Madison and a Masters in Athletic
                the lead medical official       extensive experience having covered as        Training from California State Univeristy-
                at all Wolves Athletic          medical staff for the University of Wis-      Chico. She resides in Milwaukee, Wis.
events and is also in charge of the             consin Badger football, ice hockey and
Athletic Training intern program in             track & field programs. Adding to that,
which she guides interns towards their          she's also worked covering women's soc-




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                                               Coaches & Support Staff
                                                     | Cardinal Stritch University |




   Sarah Bayer      Joey-Lynn Bialkowski   Lee Bluvstein            Jeff Bohacek        Dave Borowicz         Greg Bowler          Kyle Brokmeier
Women's Basketball Athletic Department Athletic Department          Men's Soccer       Women's Basketball    Women's Soccer        Men's Basketball
Graduate Assistant Faculty Representative Office Manager            Head Coach          Assistant Coach       Head Coach           Assistant Coach




   Maria Carlini      Lindsay Christensen       Roney Eford         Nikki Flegner         Denny Fox           Holly Gerstner        Daven Howard
    Volleyball         Sports Information     Men's Basketball         Softball         Men's Basketball     Athletic Training    Athletic Department
Graduate Assistant    Graduate Assistant     Graduate Assistant    Assistant Coach       Head Coach          Assistant Trainer   Game Day Announcer




 Ashley Knutson           Ben Koch              Chris Lange         Zak Mollner           John Pfaffl          Aaron Pierce         Eric Poppelman
 Women's Soccer        Men's Basketball     Athletic Department    Men's Basketball    Women's Basketball      Cross Country           Volleyball
Graduate Assistant     Assistant Coach      Advancement Liason     Assistant Coach      Assistant Coach       Assistant Coach        Head Coach




Roosevelt Pritchett       Bill Remm          Karen Rhinehardt         Nicki Rice        Morgan Shields          Nick Spaeth        Tom Spera
 Men's Basketball     Women's Basketball       Cross Country           Softball            Volleyball       Athletic Department Women's Basketball
 Assistant Coach       Assistant Coach        Assistant Coach     Graduate Assistant    Assistant Coach      Admissions Liason   Assistant Coach




                                    Chris Tinker          Mark Wentzel         Nick Wichser        Michael Zolecki
                                   Men's Soccer        Athletic Department       Baseball             Baseball
                                  Assistant Coach           Counselor        Graduate Assistant     Head Coach




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                                              The Wolf Athletic Fund
                                                      | Be a Part of the Pack |



T  he Wolf Athletic Fund is dedicated to the support and
   promotion of intercollegiate athletics at Cardinal Stritch
University. Receiving local and national recognition as both
                                                                     You can be a part of the Wolf Athletic Fund by contacting
                                                                     Chris Lange, Office for University Advancement, at (414) 410-
                                                                     4207 or cjlange@stritch.edu.
scholars and athletes, our men and women compete in the
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) under       You can also pledge a gift by sending your pledge to:
the guidelines of the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletics Confer-
ence (CCAC).                                                         Chris Lange
                                                                     Cardinal Stritch University
Student-athletes have hailed from around the United States           6801 N. Yates Road
as well as from the United Kingdom, Germany, Africa, the             Milwaukee, WI. 53217
Caribbean, Mexico, Australia, Belgium, Canada, the Nether-
lands and Spain.
                                                                          PLEDGE ONLINE AT
Student athletics play a key role in campus life, and maintain-
ing a high quality of competition requires community sup-            www.stritch.edu/wolfathleticfund
port. All athletes take part in fundraising events to help cover
the cost of the athletics program, but your support can help
build upon a tradition of success and solidify the future.

In addition to participating in athletics and focusing on their
studies, they are actively involved in the local community and
with service projects such as the United Way Day of Caring
and free basketball clinics for children at a mission in San
Antonio and for Inupiat villagers in Kotzebue, Alaska.
HOW TO JOIN

                         THE BRIDGE BETWEEN WHERE YOU ARE...AND WHERE YOU WANT TO BE

               BECOME A CHARTER MEMBER                                   CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY WOLVES ATHLETICS
Become a charter member with an annual pledge of $100                                    BY THE NUMBERS
to the Wolf Athletic Fund and you will receive seasonal
sports schedules, your name will be listed in the sports                           All-Conference Selections: 175
program guides and on our Sports Information Weekly                                    NAIA All-Americans: 27
e-mail alerts to the campus.                                                        Academic All-Americans: 76

Athletic general support could provide funding for athlet-
ics scholarships, facility improvements and equipment.                      DID YOU KNOW??
                                                                            Cardinal Stritch University is home to 10
Restricted gifts may include funding for a specific                         Varsity athletic teams...
sport and/or program. Program support help Wolves Ath-
letics to aquire items such as:                                             Men's Sports             Women's Sports
•         Softball pitching machine                                         Baseball                 Softball
•         Pro pitching machine for baseball                                 Basketball               Basketball
•         Indoor batting cage with net                                      Cross Country            Cross Country
•         Spiking machine for volleyball                                    Soccer                   Soccer
•         Passing machine for basketball                                    Volleyball               Volleyball




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                                                   The NAIA
                        | The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics |


T   he purpose of the National Asso-
    ciation of Intercollegiate Athletics
(NAIA) is to promote the education and
                                             athletic opportunity and resources, pro-
                                             portionate to enrollment, are available
                                             to women and men, and where no stu-
                                                                                        and making a positive difference in the
                                                                                        lives of students, coaches and parents.
                                                                                        The Champions of Character program
development of students through inter-       dent-athlete, coach or athletics admin-    is the latest cutting-edge addition to the
collegiate athletic participation. Mem-      istrator is discriminated against in any   NAIA’s proud history of innovation.
ber institutions, although varied and        way in the athletics program. That is to
diverse, share a common commitment           say, an athletics program is gender-eq-    Through Champions of Character, the
to high standards and to the principle       uitable when the men’s sports program      NAIA seeks to create an environment
that participation in athletics serves as    would be pleased to accept as its own      in which every student-athlete, coach,
an integral part of the total educational    the overall participation opportunities    official and spectator are committed to
process.                                     and resources currently allocated to the   the true spirit of competition through
                                             women’s sports program and vice versa.     the five core values: respect, integrity,
The NAIA embraces the concept of the                                                    responsibility, servant leadership and
student and recognizes the importance        The NAIA has 50,000 student-athletes       sportsmanship.
of the individuality of each member          participating at nearly 300 member
institution, the value of the conference     colleges and universities throughout the
and regional structure, and the benefits     United States and Canada. Divided into
of membership in a national association.     14 regions, the NAIA offers 23 champi-
                                             onships in 13 sports.
The NAIA supports gender equity.
Gender equity is an atmosphere and           Since 1937, the NAIA has continued a
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                                              Champions of Character
              | Respect • Responsibility • Integrity • Sportsmanship • Servant Leadership |


C  hampions of Character is a program
   of the NAIA designed to promote
character development in youth and
                                               communities throughout North America.
                                               The program shares practical tools for
                                               student-athletes, coaches and parents
                                                                                                                CORE VALUES
                                                                                             The NAIA Champions of Character program
                                                                                             has established five core values that go well
change the culture of sport.                   to use in modeling exemplary character        beyond the playing field to the daily decisions of
                                               traits. The NAIA also provides character      our youth. These character values help young
                                                                                             people and those associated with their develop-
The NAIA developed the Champions of            training and resources through campus-
                                                                                             ment make good choices in all aspects of their
Character program in response to the           based Program Centers for teams of all        life and reflect the true spirit of competition.
growing problem of deteriorating stan-         sorts - from youth sports programs to
dards of integrity in sports and society.      high school yearbook staffs, as well as       Respect
At a time when all of sport has experi-        business and community groups.
                                                                                             Those associated with sport show respect by
enced increasingly abhorrent behavior                                                        treating themselves, other persons, institutions
by athletes, coaches, fans and parents,        An innovator in youth development             and their sport according to the highest stan-
NAIA Champions of Character raises the                                                       dards of conduct. It implies civilized and gracious
                                                                                             behavior to players, coaches, fans and parents.
standards for positive youth develop-          Since its inception in 1937, the NAIA
ment in athletics and academics.               has long been an innovator in youth           Responsibility
                                               sports and academics. The NAIA has
Learning character values from sport           a history of leadership and innovation        Athletes show responsibility by making academ-
                                                                                             ic progress toward graduation their top priority.
                                               with initiatives such as racial and gender
                                                                                             They solve problems rather than make excuses,
 The NAIA has been informally teaching         integration, and a proven ability to affect   and are reliable team players. Students should
character development through athlet-          positive outcomes in educational set-         be accountable for their actions and decisions,
ics for decades. Now our core values of        tings. Today, the Champions of Char-          and coaches and administrators should maintain
                                                                                             high standards of competence and conduct.
respect, responsibility, integrity, servant    acter program’s emphasis on character
leadership and sportsmanship are ad-           development is educating youth to make        Integrity
dressed comprehensively in the Champi-         better choices throughout their lives.
ons of Character program.                                                                    For student competitors and their coaches,
                                                                                             integrity means keeping commitments and
                                               For decades, the NAIA has upheld the
                                                                                             conducting honest behavior. Coaches must
The NAIA sees a tremendous need to             highest standards of academic achieve-        subscribe to and practice the Coaches Code and
supplement character development in            ment along with athletic excellence. In       Code of Ethics, and student-athletes must know
younger students from the elementary           competitions among member colleges            and understand the Champions of Character
                                                                                             Student-Athlete Pledge.
through high school level. Lessons on          and universities, the NAIA maintains the
character and integrity through sports         expectation of ethical behavior and com-      Sportsmanship
are a natural extension of classroom           mitment to scholarship, sportsmanship
learning.                                      and leadership.                               The conduct of educational sports according
                                                                                             to the highest standards is our expectation
                                                                                             for sportsmanship. Administrators, coaches,
“Sports can provide a venue for social                                                       students, fans and parents are expected to act
adjustment, character building, a sense                                                      correctly even when others do not, and dem-
of belonging, usefulness, psychological                                                      onstrate fairness and equity in all contests and
                                                                                             relationships.
well-being, and ultimately a springboard
to the highest values of citizenship.”                                                       Servant Leadership
- American Sports Data
                                                                                             This core value refers to putting the group first
                                                                                             and becoming responsible for personal and
                                                                                             group roles while performing at your best. Stu-
With nearly 300 colleges and universities                                                    dents demonstrating servant leadership have a
around the U.S. and Canada, the NAIA                                                         primary purpose of serving others while striving
can bring Champions of Character into                                                        to become a personal and team leader. The ser-
                                                                                             vant-leader provides a critical service to society
                                                                                             and the great gift of good example.




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                                                   The CCAC
                          | The Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference |


T    he groundwork for the Chicago-
     land Collegiate Athletic Confer-
ence stems from a meeting of baseball
                                               School
                                                           CHICAGOLAND COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE OVERVIEW
                                                                       Location              Nickname        Founded
                                               Calumet St. Joseph      Whiting, Ind.         Crimson Wave    1951
coaches in the fall of 1949. Attending         Cardinal Stritch        Milwaukee, Wis.       Wolves          1931
that meeting was Kyle Anderson of              Illinois Tech           Chicago, Ill.         Scarlet Hawks   1890
the University of Chicago, Ed Glancy           Indiana - South Bend    South Bend, Ind.      Titans          1966
of the Illinois Institute of Technology,       Judson                  Elgin, Ill.           Eagles          1963
George Boyle of the Chicago Teachers           Olivet Nazarene         Bourbonnais, Ill.     Tigers          1907
College (now Northeastern Illinois Uni-        Purdue Calumet          Hammond, Ind.         Peregrines      1946
versity), and Les Miller of the University     Purdue North Central    Westville, Ind.       Panthers        1967
                                               Robert Morris           Chicago, Ill.         Eagles          1913
of Illinois-Chicago Navy Pier. Concor-
                                               Saint Xavier            Chicago, Ill.         Cougars         1846
dia College joined the group and the           Trinity Christian       Palos Heights, Ill.   Trolls          1959
first sporting event was a baseball            Trinity International   Deerfield, Ill.       Trojans         1897
tourney on Memorial Day weekend                St. Francis             Joliet, Ill.          Fighting Saints 1920
of 1950 at the University of Chicago’s
Stagg Field. The host University of Chi-     ball members were Illinois Institute        nois-Chicago, and Chicago State left to
cago team won that first tourney. In         of Technology, Saint Xavier College,        join the NCAA in 1980. Rosary College
1952, league play started for baseball       Northeastern Illinois University, Univer-   (now Dominican University) and Olivet
for the original four members. Lewis         sity of Illinois-Chicago Circle, Purdue     Nazarene University joined to become
College and Aurora College joined the        University Calumet, Trinity Christian       core members of the conference. In
tourney in 1954 and North Park Col-          College and College of St. Francis. The     1982, Mundelein College and Na-
lege entered in 1959.                        conference also added cross country         tional College of Education joined and
                                             and tennis in the mid-1970’s.               the conference added the women’s
The men’s basketball coaches met in                                                      sports of volleyball, tennis, softball and
February of 1972 to form their con-          In the late 1970’s, Roosevelt University    basketball. Roosevelt and National-
ference sport that started with the          joined the conference but Lewis, Illi-      Louis University dropped their athletic
1973-74 season. The original basket-                                                     programs and Mundelein College
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                  2007-2008 CCAC D-II MEN'S BASKETBALL                                   met St. Joseph, Indiana South Bend,
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                                    W-L   PCT.       W-L   Pct.        GB                women’s soccer, division II basketball)
 Judson                             10-2  .833       19-9  .679        --                in recent years that have left the CCAC
 Trinity Christian                  9-3   .750       23-13 .639        1.0               one of the largest in the NAIA.
 Cardinal Stritch                   8-4   .667       19-14 .576        2.0
 Calumet St. Joseph
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                                                                                  2007-08 CCAC Statistics
                                                                       | Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference |
SCORING OFFENSE                                                                                              SCORING DEFENSE
# Team                                                   G            W-L         Pts          Avg/G         # Team                                                G         Pts    Avg/G
-------------------------------------------                                                                  -------------------------------------
1.Judson                                                 28           19-9        2301         82.2          1.Trinity Christian                                   36        2422   67.3
2.Calumet St. Joseph                                     31           18-13       2392         77.2          2.Cardinal Stritch                                    33        2368   71.8
3.Cardinal Stritch                                       33           19-14       2494         75.6          3.Purdue Calumet                                      29        2179   75.1
4.Trinity Christian                                      36           23-13       2646         73.5          4.Calumet St. Joseph                                  31        2361   76.2
5.Trinity Intl                                           30           8-22        2117         70.6          5.Judson                                              28        2142   76.5
6.Purdue North Central                                   30           5-25        1975         65.8          6.Purdue North Central                                30        2326   77.5
7.Purdue Calumet                                         29           6-23        1909         65.8          7.Trinity Intl                                        30        2370   79.0

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES
# Team                                                    G           FG           FGA         Pct           FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE
--------------------------------------------                                                                 # Team                                       G                  FG     FGA          Pct
1.Judson                                                  28          829          1718        .483          --------------------------------------------
2.Calumet St. Joseph                                      31          866          1916        .452          1.Trinity Christian                          36                 848    2178         .389
3.Cardinal Stritch                                        33          926          2073        .447          2.Cardinal Stritch                           33                 837    2012         .416
4.Trinity Christian                                       36          982          2208        .445          3.Calumet St. Joseph                         31                 876    2022         .433
5.Trinity Intl                                            30          793          1790        .443          4.Judson                                     28                 809    1792         .451
6.Purdue Calumet                                          29          710          1642        .432          5.Purdue Calumet                             29                 785    1692         .464
7.Purdue North Central                                    30          723          1732        .417          6.Trinity Intl                               30                 849    1818         .467


 SCORING                                                                                                REBOUNDING
 ## Player-Team                                           Cl    G    FG     3FG   FT     Pts   Avg/G    ## Player-Team                                            Cl    G     OFF   DEF    TOT    Avg/G
 ------------------------------------------------------------                                           -------------------------------------------------------
  1.Robinson, DeWayne-JU                                  SR    27   198    27    147    570   21.1      1.Radtke, Tom-CCSJ.........                              SR    30    83    205    288    9.6
  2.Triplett, Trey-CSU                                    SO    33   248    5     135    636   19.3      2.Dobrzeniecki, Adam-PUNC..                              SR    30    99    175    274    9.1
  3.Gruppen, Kurt-TCC                                     SR    36   254    106   77     691   19.2      3.Triplett, Trey-CSU.......                              SO    33    120   161    281    8.5
  4.Radtke, Tom-CCSJ                                      SR    30   213    0     70     496   16.5      4.Bojanic, Ilija-JU........                              SR    27    36    143    179    6.6
  5.Polk, Terry-PUNC                                      SR    30   205    1     57     468   15.6      5.Gonnam, Joe-JU...........                              SR    27    32    139    171    6.3
  6.Bojanic, Ilija-JU                                     SR    27   138    37    75     388   14.4      6.Robinson, DeWayne-JU.....                              SR    27    51    116    167    6.2
  7.Stuursma, Ross-TCC                                    JR    36   189    22    111    511   14.2      7.Porbeni, Ebiowei-TCC.....                              SO    36    71    142    213    5.9
  8.Dobrzeniecki, Adam-PUNC SR                                  30   142    0     137    421   14.0      8.Polk, Terry-PUNC.........                              SR    30    72    105    177    5.9
  9.Arnold, Levi-TIU                                      SR    28   130    67    51     378   13.5      9.Oates, Chris-JU..........                              SR    28    50    113    163    5.8
 10.Reilly, Chad-TIU                                      SR    30   129    35    105    398   13.3     10.Huizinga, Jonathan-TCC...                              SO    36    54    147    201    5.6
 11.Escobar, Wilfredo-CCSJ                                FR    28   110    53    90     363   13.0     11.Patton, Michael-PUC......                              FR    29    39    120    159    5.5
 12.Oates, Chris-JU                                       SR    28   141    41    37     360   12.9     12.Schmidt, Christopher-TIU.                              SR    29    42    104    146    5.0
 13.Bruinsma, Will-TCC                                    SO    36   160    64    65     449   12.5     13.Thomas, Kevin-PUC........                              JR    27    37    91     128    4.7
 14.Boyd, Justen-JU                                       SR    28   132    16    65     345   12.3     14.Chad Dekker-CSU..........                              SR    33    38    116    154    4.7
 15.Shavers, Derrius-TIU                                  SO    29   130    9     59     328   11.3     15.Shavers, Derrius-TIU.....                              SO    29    45    88     133    4.6
 16.Thomas, Kevin-PUC                                     JR    27   111    0     83     305   11.3     16.Latimore, Justin-PUC.....                              FR    29    38    94     132    4.6
 17.Williams, Steffan-JU                                  SR    28   99     62    56     316   11.3     17.Anderson, Andrew-CCSJ....                              FR    28    34    89     123    4.4
 18.Kelly, George-CCSJ                                    SO    30   106    62    56     330   11.0     18.Gruppen, Kurt-TCC........                              SR    36    34    120    154    4.3
 19.James, Sylvester-PUNC                                 SR    29   90     28    65     273   9.4         Thompson, Michael-TCC....                              SO    36    16    138    154    4.3
 20.Collins, Joshuah-PUC                                  FR    28   95     38    31     259   9.3      20.Hurt, Antonio-PUC........                              FR    22    34    58     92     4.2


  2007-08 FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE                                                                    2007-08 HONORABLE MENTION ALL-CONFERENCE
  Pos.   Name                  School                                                                  Pos.    Name                School
  F                  Ilija Bojanic                                        Judson                       F                  Andrew Anderson                                     Calumet St. Joseph
  G                  Justen Boyd                                          Judson                       G                  Pat Barron                                          Cardinal Stritch
  F                  Charles Cruz                                         Purdue Calumet               G                  Chad Dekker                                         Cardinal Stritch
  C                  Adam Dobrzeniecki                                    Purdue North Central
                                                                                                       F                  Joe Gonnam                                          Judson
  G                  Wilfredo Escobar                                     Calumet St. Joseph
                                                                                                       G                  George Kelly                                        Calumet St. Joseph
  F                  Kurt Gruppen                                         Trinity Christian
                                                                                                       F                  Justin Latimore                                     Purdue Calumet
  F                  Terry Polk                                           Purdue North Central
                                                                                                       G                  Michael Patton                                      Purdue Calumet
  C                  Tom Radtke                                           Calumet St. Joseph
                                                                                                       C                  Kevin Thomas                                        Purdue Calumet
  G                  Chad Reilly                                          Trinity International
  G                  DeWayne Robinson                                     Judson                       Player of The Year: DeWayne Robinson, Judson University
  G                  Ross Stuursma                                        Trinity Christian            Freshman of The Year: Wilfredo Escobar, Calumet - St. Joseph
                                                                                                       Coach of The Year: Jim Cook, Judson University
  F                  Trey Triplett                                        Cardinal Stritch

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                                                                     2007-08 Stats
                                                                                   Stritch Combined Team Statistics (as of Jan 16, 2009
                                                                                                       All games

RECORD:                                        OVERALL             HOME              AWAY                NEUTRAL
ALL GAMES                                       (19-14)            (12-4)            (4-8)               (3-2)
CONFERENCE                                     (8-5)               (7-3)             (1-2)               (0-0)
NON-CONFERENCE                                  (11-9)             (5-1)             (3-6)               (3-2)



                                                                        |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|                                     |----REBOUNDS----|
## Player                                GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FG Pct                                                    FT-FTA Pct     Off Def Tot     Avg    PF   FO A        TO     Blk    Stl   Pts   Avg
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
00 Ayoade, Olawale 13-11 253 19.5 33-57                                                    .579 0-1                  .000 13-27 .481 31             64    95    7.3    27   1     6     13     30     4     79    6.1
05 Nash, Lavette                         5-0          5        1.0        0-0              .000 0-0                  .000 0-0           .000 0      0     0     0.0    1    0     0     1      0      0     0     0.0
10 Weathers, Dwight 23-2 121 5.3                                          11-37            .297 2-10                 .200 4-4           1.000 2     10    12    0.5    11   0     15    19     0      3     28    1.2
12 Barron, Pat                           30-26 828 27.6 77-199 .387 37-117 .316 57-72 .792 9                                                        96    105   3.5    61   1     96    89     0      32    248   8.3
14 Chad Dekker                           33-29 904 27.4 107-234 .457 10-47 .213 60-93 .645 38                                                       116 154     4.7    97   3     99    95     1      68    284   8.6
14 Nash, Levette                         1-0          1        1.0        0-0              .000 0-0                  .000 0-0           .000 0      0     0     0.0    0    0     0     0      0      1     0     0.0
15 Bayliss, T.J                          23-17 640 27.8 119-286 .416 29-96 .302 37-66 .561 37                                                       77    114   5.0    42   1     59    45     0      32    304   13.2
20 Kennedy, Sarone                       6-0          17 2.8              4-6              .667 1-2                  .500 1-2           .500 1      2     3     0.5    2    0     3     4      0      0     10    1.7
22 Sorensen, Stephen 20-9 371 18.6 32-88                                                   .364 10-39 .256 21-27 .778 9                             34    43    2.2    32   1     32    27     4      13    95    4.8
22 Joe Harden                            3-2          73 24.3 8-18                         .444 2-9                  .222 5-6           .833 0      1    1      0.3    8    0     14    4      0      1     23    7.7
30 D’Amico, Brandon 13-1 232 17.8 36-76                                                    .474 17-37 .459 18-36 .500 12                            23 35       2.7    14   0     20    20     0      8     107   8.2
30 Broomfield, Dan                       1-0          13 13.0 0-0                          .000 0-0 . 000 0-0                           .000 0      0    0      0.0    0    0     0     0      0      0     0     0.0
32 Peck, Spencer                         31-6 401 12.9 33-82                               .402 23-62 .371 8-14                         .571 7      38    45    1.5    25   0     35    10     0      12    97    3.1
40 Triplett, Trey                        33-32 104631.7 248-492 .504 5-21                                             .238 135-197 .685 120 161 281             8.5    63   0     39    85     13     36    636   19.3
42 Matsen, Mark                          33-4 446 13.5 43-97                               .443 0-2                  .000 28-37 .757 42             65    107   3.2    62   0     13    18     4      18    114   3.5
44 Ian Dobbe                             33-17 593 18.0 74-171 .433 16-44 .364 24-49 .490 49                                                        87    136   4.1    67   1     10    25     11     7     188   5.7
52 Williams, Eric                        31-3 385 12.4 43-100 .430 3-13                                              .231 57-93 .613 27             46    73    2.4    39   0     25    45     2      13    146   4.7
54 Mayeaux, Chris                        16-0 66 4.1                                       7-20                      .350 2-10          .200 0-1 .000           2      5    7     0.4   10     0      2     3     0 3
16 1.0
55 Dean, Dustin                          29-1 293 10.1 51-110 .464 4-17                                              .235 13-29 .448 32             56    88    3.0    42   1     7     22     9      10    119   4.1
   TEAM                                                                                                                                 121 166 287 9.0
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   Total                                  33          6688                926-2073 .447 161-527 .306 481-753 .639 539 1047 1586                                 48.1   603 9      475 527 74          261 2494 75.6
   Opponents                             33           6490                837-2012 .416 218-662 .329 476-712 .669 394 897 1291                                  39.1   644 -      423 483 69          277 2368 71.8

  TEAM STATISTICS                               CSU              OPP                                         DATE              OPPONENT                                     W/L       SCORE          ATTEND

  SCORING                                       2494             2368                                        11-09-07  AQUINAS COLLEGE                                      L OT      74-84          -
   Points per game                              75.6             71.8                                        11/10/07 at Malone College (OH)                                L         74-81          -
   Scoring margin                                +3.8                -                                       11/16/07  vs Marygrove College                                 W         101-52         92
  FIELD GOALS-ATT                               926-2073         837-2012                                    11/17/07  at Adrian College                                     L        60-72          383
   Field goal pct                                .447            .416                                        11/20/07  at Ashford University                                W         68-67          -
  3 POINT FG-ATT                                161-527          218-662                                     11/24/07  at North Park University                             L         75-85          -
   3-point FG pct                               .306             .329                                        11/30/07  vs Martin Luther Col., MN                            W         83-76          63
   3-pt FG made per game                        4.9              6.6                                         12/01/07  at Viterbo University, WI                            L         68-71          124
  FREE THROWS-ATT                               481-753          476-712                                     12/04/07  NORTHLAND BAPTIST                                    W         88-44          -
   Free throw pct                               .639             .669                                        12-14-07  at Robert Morris College                             W         82-66          -
  REBOUNDS                                      1586             1291                                        12-15-07  EAST-WEST UNIVERSITY                                 W         88-68          -
   Rebounds per game                            48.1             39.1                                        12/18/07  at UW-Whitewater                                     L         50-95          397
   Rebounding margin                            +8.9             -                                           12/27/07  vs Valley City State Univ.                           L         65-75          -
  ASSISTS                                       475              423                                         12/28/07  vs Univ. of St. Francis (Ill.)                       L         64-78          -
   Assists per game                             14.4             12.8                                        12/30/07  vs Presentation College                              W         101-81         -
  TURNOVERS                                     527              483                                         1/09/08   TRINITY CHRISTIAN                                    L         61-77          -
   Turnovers per game                           16.0             14.6                                        01/12/08  at JUDSON                                            L         75-83          242
   Turnover margin                               -1.3           -                                            01/21/08  INDIANA NORTHWEST                                    W         93-60          -
   Assist/turnover ratio                        0.9                0.9                                       01/24/08  TRINITY INTERNATIONAL                                W         93-81          -
  STEALS                                        261              277                                         *01/30/08 PURDUE-CALUMET                                       W         65-42          -
   Steals per game                              7.9              8.4                                         *02/02/08 at Trinity Christian College                         L         55-68          -
  BLOCKS                                        74               69                                          *02/07/08 JUDSON UNIVERSITY                                    W O2      100-97         -
   Blocks per game                              2.2              2.1                                         *02/09/08 CALUMET ST. JOSEPH                                   L         84-93          -
  WINNING STREAK                                3                  -                                         02/12/08  NORTHLAND BAPTIST                                    W         71-59          -
   Home win streak                              3                -                                           *02/20/08 PURDUE-NORTH CENTRAL                                 W         71-62          -
  ATTENDANCE                                    0                1877                                        *2/23/08  at Purdue University Calumet                         W         85-72          -
   Home games-Avg/Game                          16-0             12-144                                       02/26/07 PURDUE-CALUMET                                       W         74-73          -
   Neutral site-Avg/Game                        -                5-31                                        02/28/08  at Trinity Christian College                         W         65-52          -
                                                                                                             #03/01/08 at Judson University                                 L         79-97          576
  SCORE BY PERIODS:                      1st      2nd OT OT2 Total                                           *11/14/07 ILLINOIS TECH                                        L         59-71          -
                                                                                                             *01/16/08 CALUMET ST. JOSEPH                                   W         64-55          -
  Stritch                                1219 1246 15 14                  2494                               *01/26/08 PURDUE-NORTH CENTRAL                                 W         87-71          -
  Opponents                              1115 1217 25 11                  2368                               *02/16/08 TRINITY INTERNATIONAL                                W         72-60          -



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      2007-08 Game by Game Highs
Opponent                                      Date                    Score             WL           POINTS                         REBOUNDS          ASSISTS           STEALS            BLOCKED SHOT
-------------------------------------------   -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AQUINAS COLLEGE                               11-09-07                74-84             OL           20-Bayliss, T.J.               9-Triplett, Tre   8-Joe Harden      2-Bayliss, T.J.   2-Ayoade, Olawa
                                                                                                                                                                        Chad Dekker
at Malone College (OH)                        11/10/07              74-81            L          19-Bayliss, T.J.             10-Triplett, Tre 6-Harden, Joe             3-Barron, Pat     None
vs Marygrove College                          11/16/07              101-52           W          23-Triplett, Tre             18-Ayoade, Olawa 6-Bayliss, T.J.           5-Bayliss, T.J.   3-Ayoade, Olawa
                                                                                                                                              Dekker, Chad
at Adrian College                             11/17/07              60-72    L                  20-Triplett, Tre             7-Ayoade, Olawa 6-Barron, Pat              2-Dekker, Chad    4-Ayoade, Olawa
                                                                    Matsen, Mark
at Ashford University                         11/20/07              68-67    W                  11-Peck, Spencer 7-Dobbe, Ian                         5-Barron, Pat     3-Dekker, Chad    2-Triplett, Tre
                                                                                                Dekker, Chad
at North Park University                      11/24/07              75-85            L          17-Triplett, Tre 12-Triplett, Tre                     7-Barron, Pat 1-Dekker, Chad        5-Ayoade, Olawa
                                                                                                                                                                      Triplett, Tre
                                                                                                                                                                      Matsen, Mark
                                                                                                                                                                      Peck, Spencer
                                                                                                                                                                      Barron, Pat
vs Martin Luther Col., MN                     11/30/07              83-76            W          19-Triplett, Tre             7-Bayliss, T.J.          2-Dekker, Chad 3-Dekker, Chad       4-Ayoade, Olawa
                                                                                                                             Triplett, Tre            Barron, Pat
                                                                                                                             Ayoade, Olawa
at Viterbo University, WI                     12/01/07              68-71            L          24-Bayliss, T.J.             11-Triplett, Tre         4-Barron, Pat     2-Dekker, Chad 2-Ayoade, Olawa
                                                                                                                                                      Dekker, Chad
NORTHLAND BAPTIST                             12/04/07              88-44            W          22-Bayliss, T.J.             10-Dean, Dustin          5-Bayliss, T.J.   3-Triplett, Tre   1-Ayoade, Olawa
                                                                                                                                                      Barron, Pat                         Matsen, Mark
                                                                                                                                                                                          Triplett, Tre
                                                                                                                                                                                          Dobbe, Ian
                                                                                                                                                                                          Dean, Dustin
at Robert Morris College                      12-14-07              82-66            W          20-Triplett, Tre             12-Ayoade, Olawa 6-Dekker, Chad 2-Bayliss, T.J.              3-Ayoade, Olawa
EAST-WEST UNIVERSITY                          12-15-07              88-68            W          23-Barron, Pat               11-Dekker, Chad 5-Bayliss, T.J. 4-Dekker, Chad               5-Ayoade, Olawa
                                                                                                                             Ayoade, Olawa
at UW-Whitewater                              12/18/07              50-95            L          10-Pat Barron                5-Trey Triplett  2-Pat Barron   2-Trey Triplett              1-Dustin Dean
                                                                                                Trey Triplett                                                                             Trey Triplett
vs Valley City State Univ                     12/27/07              65-75            L          22-Trey Triplett             13-Trey Triplett         2-T.J. Bayliss    2-T.J. Bayliss    2-Dobbe, Ian
                                                                                                                                                      Barron, Pat
vs Univ. of St. Francis (                     12/28/07              64-78             L         28-Trey Triplett             8-Trey Triplett          4-Pat Barron      1-Chad Dekker     1-Trey Triplett
                                                                                                                                                      T.J. Bayliss                        Ian Dobbe
vs Presentation College                       12/30/07              101-81           W          25-Triplett, Tre             10-Triplett, Tre         5-Dekker, Chad    3-Dekker, Chad    1-Dobbe, Ian
TRINITY CHRISTIAN                             1/09/08               61-77            L          19-Triplett, Tre             10-Triplett, Tre         4-Barron, Pat     3-Dekker, Chad    1-Sorensen, Ste
                                                                                                                                                                                          Triplett, Tre
at JUDSON                                     01/12/08               75-83           L          15-Dobbe, Ian                7-Dekker, Chad           4-Dekker, Chad 1-Dekker, Chad       1-Dean, Dustin
                                                                                                                                                                      Sorensen, Ste
                                                                                                                                                                      Matsen, Mark
                                                                                                                                                                      Barron, Pat
                                                                                                                                                                      Dobbe, Ian
                                                                                                                                                                      Bayliss, T.J.
INDIANA NORTHWEST                             01/21/08              93-60            W          18-Triplett, Tre             14-Dobbe, Ian            6-Dekker, Chad 2-Sorensen, Ste      1-Dobbe, Ian
TRINITY INTERNATIONAL                         01/24/08              93-81            W          23-Triplett, Tre             10-Triplett, Tre         5-Dekker, Chad 3-Barron, Pat        1-Dean, Dustin
                                                                                                                                                      Barron, Pat                         Williams, Eri
PURDUE-CALUMET                                01/30/08              65-42            W          14-Bayliss, T.J.             9-Matsen, Mark           3-Bayliss, T.J. 8-Bayliss, T.J.     None
at Trinity Christian Coll                     02/02/08              55-68            L          18-Triplett, Tre             8-Triplett, Tre          3-Sorensen, Ste 6-Dekker, Chad      1-Williams, Eri
JUDSON UNIVERSITY                             02/07/08              100-97           WO         38-Triplett, Tre             17-Triplett, Tre         7-Barron, Pat   3-Dekker, Chad      1-Sorensen, Ste
                                                                                                                                                                                          Dobbe, Ian
CALUMET ST. JOSEPH                            02/09/08              84-93            L          20-Sorensen, Ste 7-Triplett, Tre                      7-Barron, Pat   3-Dekker, Chad      2-Matsen, Mark
NORTHLAND BAPTIST                             02/12/08              71-59            W          32-Triplett, Tre 15-Triplett, Tre                     2-D’Amico, Bran 3-Dekker, Chad      None-
                                                                                                                                                      Williams, Eri
                                                                                                                                                      Dekker, Chad
                                                                                                                                                      Barron, Pat
PURDUE-NORTH CENTRAL                          02/20/08              71-62            W          21-Triplett, Tre             9-Dekker, Chad           4-Barron, Pat   3-Barron, Pat       1-Dobbe, Ian
                                                                                                                                                                                          Sorensen, Ste
at Purdue University Calu                     2/23/08                85-72           W          27-Triplett, Tre             9-Williams, Eri          6-Dekker, Chad 3-Dekker, Chad       1-Triplett, Tre
                                                                                                                                                                                          Dobbe, Ian
                                                                                                                                                                                          Sorensen, Ste
PURDUE-CALUMET                                 02/26/07             74-73            W          15-Triplett, Tre             5-Dean, Dustin           5-Sorensen, Ste 3-Williams, Eri     2-Dean, Dustin
                                                                                                                             Dekker, Chad             Dekker, Chad
                                                                                                                             Sorensen, Ste
at Trinity Christian Coll                      02/28/08             65-52            W          20-Triplett, Tre             11-Triplett, Tre         6-Dekker, Chad    3-Dekker, Chad    None
at Judson University                           03/01/08             79-97            L          38-Triplett, Tre             9-Dekker, Chad           4-Peck, Spencer   2-Matsen, Mark    1-Triplett, Tre
ILLINOIS TECH                                  11/14/07             59-71            L          18-Bayliss, T.J.             8-Ayoade, Olawa          7-Barron, Pat     4-Barron, Pat     1-Triplett, Tre
CALUMET ST. JOSEPH                             01/16/08             64-55             W         18-Triplett, Tre             13-Triplett, Tre         2-Triplett, Tre   4-Triplett, Tre   1-Triplett, Tre
                                                                                                                                                      Bayliss, T.J.
PURDUE-NORTH CENTRAL                           01/26/08             87-71            W          23-Triplett, Tre             8-Triplett, Tre          5-Bayliss, T.J.3-Bayliss, T.J.      1-Dean, Dustin
                                                                                                                                                                     Dekker, Chad
TRINITY INTERNATIONAL                          02/16/08             72-60            W          15-Triplett, Tre             11-Dobbe, Ian            3-Dekker, Chad 4-Dekker, Chad       1-Dobbe, Ian
                                                                                                                                                      Barron, Pat




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                2007-08 Category Leaders
3-POINT PERCENTAGE                    3FG   ATT   Pct         3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS                   G         Att     Att/G
----------------------------------                            -----------------------------------
Kennedy, Sarone                       1     2     .500        Barron, Pat                           29        114     3.9
D’Amico, Brandon                      17    37    .459        Bayliss, T.J                          20        83      4.2
Peck, Spencer                         23    62    .371        Peck, Spencer                         31        62      2.0
Ian Dobbe                             16    44    .364        Chad Dekker                           33        47      1.4
Bayliss, T.J                          28    83    .337        Ian Dobbe                             33        44      1.3
Barron, Pat                           36    114   .316
Sorensen, Stephen                     10    39    .256        3-POINT FGS MADE                      G         Made Made/G
Triplett, Trey                        5     21    .238        -----------------------------------
Dean, Dustin                          4     17    .235        Barron, Pat                           29        36      1.2
Williams, Eric                        3     13    .231        Bayliss, T.J                          20        28      1.4
Joe Harden                            2     9     .2221       Peck, Spencer                         31        23      0.7
                                                              D’Amico, Brandon                      13        17      1.3
                                                              Ian Dobbe                             33        16      0.5


FT PERCENTAGE                         FT    ATT   Pct         FREE THROW ATTEMPTS                   G         Att     Att/G
----------------------------------                            -----------------------------------
Weathers, Dwight                      4     4     1.000       Triplett, Trey                        33        197     6.0
Joe Harden                            5     6     .833        Williams, Eric                        31        93      3.0
Brown, Pat                            5     6     .833        Chad Dekker                           33        93      2.8
Barron, Pat                           52    66    .788        Barron, Pat                           29        66      2.3
Sorensen, Stephen                     21    27    .778        Bayliss, T.J                          20        60      3.0
Matsen, Mark                          28    37    .757
Triplett, Trey                        135   197   .685        FREE THROWS MADE                      G         Made Made/G
T.J. Bayliss                          4     6     .667        -----------------------------------
Chad Dekker                           60    93    .645        Triplett, Trey                        33        135     4.1
Williams, Eric                        57    93    .613        Chad Dekker                           33        60      1.8
Peck, Spencer                         8     14    .571        Williams, Eric                        31        57      1.8
Bayliss, T.J.                         33    60    .550        Barron, Pat                           29        52      1.8
                                                              Bayliss, T.J                          20        33      1.7


POINTS                                G     Pts   Pts/G        SCORING AVERAGE                      G         Pts     Avg/G
-----------------------------------                            ----------------------------------
Triplett, Trey                        33    636   19.3        Triplett, Trey                        33        636     19.3
Chad Dekker                           33    284   8.6         Bayliss, T.J                          20        279     14.0
Bayliss, T.J.                         20    279   14.0        Chad Dekker                           33        284     8.6
Barron, Pat                           29    238   8.2         T.J. Bayliss                          3         25      8.3
Ian Dobbe                             33    188   5.7         D’Amico, Brandon                      13        107     8.2
Williams, Eric                        31    146   4.7         Barron, Pat                           29        238     8.2
Dean, Dustin                          29    119   4.1         Joe Harden                            3         23      7.7
Matsen, Mark                          33    114   3.5         Ayoade, Olawale                       13        79      6.1
D’Amico, Brandon                      13    107   8.2         Ian Dobbe                             33        188     5.7
Peck, Spencer                         31    97    3.1         Sorensen, Stephen                     20        95      4.8
Sorensen, Stephen                     20    95    4.8         Williams, Eric                        31        146     4.7
Ayoade, Olawale                       13    79    6.1


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                   2007-08 Category Leaders
REBOUNDS                              G    Reb   Reb/G       ASSISTS                                G    No.    A/G
-----------------------------------                          -----------------------------------
Triplett, Trey......                  33   281   8.5         Chad Dekker.........                   33   99     3.0
Chad Dekker.........                  33   154   4.7          Barron, Pat.........                  29   94     3.2
Ian Dobbe...........                  33   136   4.1         Bayliss, T.J........                   20   52     2.6
Matsen, Mark........                  33   107   3.2         Triplett, Trey......                   33   39     1.2
Barron, Pat.........                  29   102   3.5         Peck, Spencer.......                   31   35     1.1

REBOUND AVERAGE                       G    Reb   Avg/G       STEALS                                 G    No.    S/G
-----------------------------------                          -----------------------------------
Triplett, Trey......                  33   281   8.5         Chad Dekker.........                   33   68     2.1
Ayoade, Olawale.....                  13   95    7.3         Triplett, Trey......                   33   36     1.1
T.J. Bayliss........                  3    18    6.0         Barron, Pat.........                   29   32     1.1
Bayliss, T.J........                  20   96    4.8         Bayliss, T.J........                   20   30     1.5
Chad Dekker.........                  33   154   4.7         Matsen, Mark........                   33   18     0.5


OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS                    G    No.   Avg/G       BLOCKED SHOTS                          G    No.    Blk/G
-----------------------------------                          -----------------------------------
Triplett, Trey......                  33   120   3.6         Ayoade, Olawale.....                   3    30     2.3
Ian Dobbe...........                  33   49    1.5         Triplett, Trey......                   33   13     0.4
Matsen, Mark........                  33   42    1.3         Ian Dobbe...........                   33   11     0.3
Chad Dekker.........                  33   38    1.2         Dean, Dustin........                   29   9      0.3
Dean, Dustin........                  29   32    1.1         Sorensen, Stephen...                   20   4      0.2
                                                             Matsen, Mark........                   33   4      0.1
DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS                    G    No.   Avg/G
-----------------------------------                          MINUTES                                G    No.    Min/G
Triplett, Trey......                  33   161   4.9          -----------------------------------
Chad Dekker.........                  33   116   3.5         Triplett, Trey......                   33   1046   31.7
Barron, Pat.........                  29   93    3.2         Chad Dekker.........                   33   904    27.4
Ian Dobbe...........                  33   87    2.6         Barron, Pat.........                   29   793    27.3
Bayliss, T.J........                  20   66    3.3         Ian Dobbe...........                   33   593    18.0
                                                             Bayliss, T.J........                   20   558    27.9


FOULS                                 G    No.   Per/G       TURNOVERS                              G    No.    TO/G
-----------------------------------                          -----------------------------------
Chad Dekker.........                  33   97    2.9          Chad Dekker.........                  33   95     2.9
Ian Dobbe...........                  33   67    2.0         Triplett, Trey......                   33   85     2.6
Triplett, Trey......                  33   63    1.9         Barron, Pat.........                   29   83     2.9
Matsen, Mark........                  33   62    1.9         Williams, Eric......                   31   45     1.5
Barron, Pat.........                  29   58    2.0         Bayliss, T.J........                   20   36     1.8

FOULOUTS                              G    No.
----------------------------
Chad Dekker.........                  33   3
Sorensen, Stephen...                  20   1
Barron, Pat.........                  29   1
Ian Dobbe...........                  33   1
Dean, Dustin........                  29   1
Ayoade, Olawale.....                  13   1
T.J. Bayliss........                  3    1




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                                        Record Book
                              Individual Season Records
Points                                             Free throw percentage (minimum 5 made)
 701 - Lars Gloessner (34 games) - 2001-02          1.000 - Chris Rauch (5-5) - 1998-99
 691 - Jeff Kreiling (34 games) - 1999-00           1.000 - George Kefallinos (7-7) - 1997-98
 681 - Marquelle Joyner (32 games) - 2006-07        .875 - David Grimm (7-8) - 1997-98
 644 - Jeremy Wesemann (34 games) - 2001-02         .854 - Cale Vogel (35-41) - 2000-01
 636 - Trey Triplett (33 games) - 2007-08           .842 - Nick Longley (32-38) - 2006-07
 628 - Jeff Kreiling (35 games) - 2000-01           .833 - Joe Harden (5-6) - 2007-08
 626 - Lars Gloessner (35 games) - 2003-04          .833 - Michael Kaiser (10-12) - 2002-03
 623 - Marquelle Joyner (34 games) - 2005-06        .831 - Cale Vogel (54-65) - 1999-00
 604 - Jeremy Wesemann (36 games) - 2002-03         .804 - Jeremy Wesemann (82-102) - 2002-03
 540 - Kevin Crim (35 games) - 1998-99              .800 - David Grimm (8-10) - 1995-96

Scoring average (minimum 5 games)                  Rebounds
 21.3 - Marquelle Joyner (32 games) - 2006-07       408 - Lars Gloessner (139o-269d) - 2001-02
 20.6 - Lars Gloessner (34 games) - 2001-02         362 - Jeff Kreiling (107o-255d) - 2000-01
 20.3 - Jeff Kreiling (34 games) - 1999-00          313 - Lars Gloessner (102o-211d) - 2003-04
 19.3 - Trey Triplett (33 games) - 2007-08          306 - Jeff Kreiling (112o-194d) - 1999-00
 18.9 - Jeremy Wesemann (34 games) - 2001-02        286 - Tony Westberry (108o-178d) - 2003-04
 18.3 - Marquelle Joyner (34 games) - 2005-06       285 - Ronald Bell (98o-187d) - 2004-05
 17.9 - Jeff Kreiling (35 games) - 2000-01          281 - Trey Triplett (120o-161d) - 2007-08
 17.9 - Lars Gloessner (35 games) - 2003-04         276 - Jeff Kreiling (109o-167d) - 1998-99
 17.8 - Damon Tankersly (15 games) - 1997-98        273 - Jeremy McGlothlin (90o-183d) - 2003-04
 16.8 - Jeremy Wesemann (36 games) - 2002-03        263 - Joe Petelin (108o-155d) - 1997-98

Field goal percentage (minimum 5 made)             Rebounding average (minimum 5 games)
 .833 - Ted Dulany (5-6) - 1997-98                  12.0 - Lars Gloessner (34 games) - 2001-02
 .673 - Damion Woods (35-52) - 1997-98              10.3 - Jeff Kreiling (35 games) - 2000-01
 .654 - Ayoade Olawale (17-26) - 2006-07            9.0 - Jeff Kreiling (34 games) - 1999-00
 .621 - Kenny Mosley (216-348) - 1998-99            8.9 - Lars Gloessner (35 games) - 2003-04
 .619 - Greg Arnold (13-21) - 1997-98               8.5 - Trey Triplett (33 games) - 2007-08
 .614 - Lars Gloessner (266-433) - 2001-02          8.4 - Ronald Bell (34 games) - 2004-05
 .610 - Casey Jackl (133-218) - 2002-03             8.3 - Clay Potvin (25 games) - 1995-96
 .610 - Scott Rember (50-82) - 1998-99              8.2 - Joe Petelin (32 games) - 1997-98
 .609 - Mattias Cordier (42-69) - 2001-02           8.2 - Tony Westberry (35 games) - 2003-04
 .603 - James Barnett (167-277) - 1997-98           7.9 - Jeff Kreiling (35 games) - 1998-99

3-point field goals made                           Assists
 128 - Jeremy Wesemann (34 games) - 2001-02         249 - Scott Rember - 1999-00
 116 - Jeremy Wesemann (36 games) - 2002-03         239 - Scott Rember - 2000-01
 99 - Kevin Crim (35 games) - 1998-99               178 - Linnie Balfour - 2004-05
 88 - Cale Vogel (34 games) - 1999-00               171 - Brian O’Neal - 2001-02
 84 - Brian O’Neal (36 games) - 2002-03             150 - Linnie Balfour - 2005-06
 81 - Travis Hill (33 games) - 2004-05              150 - Jeremy McGlothlin - 2003-04
 79 - Kevin Crim (36 games) - 1997-98               148 - Brian O’Neal - 2002-03
 72 - Nick Longley (32 games) - 2006-07             140 - Kevin Crim - 1997-98
 68 - Cale Vogel (34 games) - 2000-01               132 - Randy Casey - 1995-96
 66 - Jeremy Wesemann (35 games) - 2000-01          128 - Duane West - 1997-98

3-point FG percentage (minimum 5 made)             Blocked shots
 .583 - Perry Hegewald (7-12) - 1995-96             48 - Antonio Santos - 2005-06
 .556 - Luke Rubach (5-9) - 2003-04                 41 - E. Allen - 1998-99
 .533 - Kevin Crim (16-30) - 1995-96                41 - Thorsten Strauss - 1998-99
 .517 - Bill Neubauer (46-89) - 1999-00             40 - Thorsten Strauss - 1999-00
 .500 - Marko Otovic (6-12) - 2001-02               39 - Thorsten Strauss - 1997-98
 .500 - Chris Rauch (6-12) - 1997-98                38 - Matthias Cordier - 2004-05
 .486 - Cale Vogel (68-140) - 2000-01               33 - Marquelle Joyner - 2004-05
 .481 - James Barnett (26-54) - 1998-99             30 - Jeff Kreiling - 1998-99
 .463 - Cale Vogel (88-190) - 1999-00               30 - Tony Westberry - 2003-04
 .459 - Brandon D’Amico (17-37) - 2007-08           30 - Olawale Ayoade - 2007-08


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                   Individual Season Records (Cont.)
Steals                                               36 - Casey Jackl - 2002-03
 77 - Jeremy McGlothlin - 2003-04                    36 - Scott Rember - 1997-98
 77 - Jeremy McGlothlin - 2002-03                    36 - Chris Harris - 1997-98
 76 - Linnie Balfour - 2005-06                       35 - Alan Fudge - 2003-04
 69 - Marquelle Joyner - 2005-06                     35 - Jeff Kreiling - 1998-99
 68 - Linnie Balfour - 2004-05
 68 - Chad Dekker - 2007-08                         Minutes average
 67 - Chris Harris - 1997-98                         33.8 - Damon Tankersly (15 games) - 1997-98
 65 - Casey Jackl - 2002-03                          32.8 - Nick Moran (34 games) - 2004-05
 65 - Ronald Bell - 2005-06                          32.2 - Marquelle Joyner (32 games) - 2006-07
 60 - Kevin Crim - 1998-99                           31.8 - Marquelle Joyner (34 games) - 2005-06
                                                     31.7 - Trey Triplett (33 games) - 2007-08
Games played                                         30.8 - Jeff Kreiling (34 games) - 1999-00
 36 - Jeremy Wesemann - 2002-03                      30.1 - Ronald Bell (34 games) - 2005-06
 36 - Adam Eichorst - 2002-03                        29.8 - Linnie Balfour (33 games) - 2005-06
 36 - James Barnett - 1997-98                        29.7 - Linnie Balfour (34 games) - 2004-05
 36 - Kevin Crim - 1997-98                           29.7 - Lars Gloessner (35 games) - 2003-04
 36 - Brian O’Neal - 2002-03

                              Individual Career Records
Points                                              3-poin field goals made
 1767 - Lars Gloessner (97 games) - 2001-04          327 - Jeremy Wesemann (126 games) - 1999-03
 1763 - Jeff Kreiling (104 games) - 1998-01          228 - Brian O’Neal (134 games) - 2000-04
 1741 - Marquelle Joyner (100 games) - 2004-07       194 - Kevin Crim (94 games) - 1995-96,97-99
 1674 - Jeremy Wesemann (126 games) - 1999-03        156 - Cale Vogel (68 games) - 1999-01
 1245 - Brian O’Neal (134 games) - 2000-04           134 - Nick Longley (110 games) - 2002-05,06-07
 1142 - Kevin Crim (94 games) - 1995-96,97-99        114 - Chris Rauch (99 games) - 1997-01
 1141 - Casey Jackl (105 games) - 2000-03            105 - Linnie Balfour (67 games) - 2004-06
 1066 - Thorsten Strauss (104 games) - 1997-00       99 - Bill Neubauer (69 games) - 1999-01
 1058 - Trey Triplett (65 games) - 2006-08           81 - Travis Hill (33 games) - 2004-05
 976 - Ronald Bell (68 games) - 2004-06              73 - Jeremy McGlothlin (69 games) - 2002-04

Scoring average (minimum 5 games)                   3-point FG percentage (minimum 25 made)
 18.2 - Lars Gloessner (97 games) - 2001-04          .473 - Cale Vogel (156-330) - 1999-01
 17.4 - Marquelle Joyner (100 games) - 2004-07       .456 - Tony Resch (26-57) - 1995-96
 17.0 - Jeff Kreiling (104 games) - 1998-01          .442 - Bill Neubauer (99-224) - 1999-01
 16.3 - Trey Triplett (65 games) - 2006-08           .425 - Chris Rauch (114-268) - 1997-01
 14.8 - Kenny Mosley (35 games) - 1998-99            .420 - Travis Hill (81-193) - 2004-05
 14.4 - Ronald Bell (68 games) - 2004-06             .403 - Damon Tankersly (62-154) - 1997-99
 14.0 - Joe Petelin (54 games) - 1995-96,97-98       .402 - Joe Petelin (39-97) - 1995-96,97-98
 13.3 - Jeremy Wesemann (126 games) - 1999-03        .394 - Kevin Crim (194-493) - 1995-96,97-99
 13.2 - T.J. Bayliss (23 games) - 2007-08            .388 - Brian O’Neal (228-588) - 2000-04
 12.4 - Damon Tankersly (50 games) - 1997-99         .385 - James Barnett (35-91) - 1997-99

Field goal percentage (minimum 100 made)            Rebounds
 .621 - Kenny Mosley (216-348) - 1998-99             944 - Jeff Kreiling (328o-616d) - 1998-01
 .577 - Lars Gloessner (674-1169) - 2001-04          935 - Lars Gloessner (321o-614d) - 2001-04
 .573 - James Barnett (293-511) - 1997-99            694 - Thorsten Strauss (274o-420d) - 1997-00
 .568 - Casey Jackl (454-799) - 2000-03              670 - Casey Jackl (204o-466d) - 2000-03
 .550 - Tony Westberry (133-242) - 2003-04           564 - Marquelle Joyner (136o-428d) - 2004-07
 .543 - Mattias Cordier (138-254) - 2001-03          528 - Ronald Bell (170o-358d) - 2004-06
 .542 - E. Allen (136-251) - 1998-99                 493 - Jeremy McGlothlin (178o-315d) - 2002-04
 .541 - Clay Potvin (112-207) - 1995-96              488 - Trey Triplett (219o-269d) - 2006-08
 .533 - Jeff Kreiling (702-1317) - 1998-01           453 - Chad Dekker (113o-340d) - 2004-08
 .531 - Trey Triplett (425-800) - 2006-08            440 - James Barnett (157o-283d) - 1997-99




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                    Individual Career Records (Cont.)
Rebounding average (minimum 5 games)               Steals
 9.6 - Lars Gloessner (97 games) - 2001-04          181 - Chad Dekker - 2004-08
 9.1 - Jeff Kreiling (104 games) - 1998-01          162 - Brian O’Neal - 2000-04
 8.3 - Clay Potvin (25 games) - 1995-96             159 - Marquelle Joyner - 2004-07
 8.2 - Tony Westberry (35 games) - 2003-04          159 - Casey Jackl - 2000-03
 7.8 - Ronald Bell (68 games) - 2004-06             154 - Jeremy McGlothlin - 2002-04
 7.7 - E. Allen (30 games) - 1998-99                144 - Linnie Balfour - 2004-06
 7.5 - Trey Triplett (65 games) - 2006-08           134 - Jeff Kreiling - 1998-01
 7.4 - Joe Petelin (54 games) - 1995-96,97-98       132 - Jeremy Wesemann - 1999-03
 7.3 - Olawale Ayoade (13 games) - 2007-08          130 - Scott Rember - 1997-01
 7.1 - Jeremy McGlothlin (69 games) - 2002-04       128 - Thorsten Strauss - 1997-00

Assists                                            Games started
 679 - Scott Rember - 1997-01                       100 - Casey Jackl - 2000-03
 511 - Brian O’Neal - 2000-04                       98 - Jeff Kreiling - 1998-01
 334 - Chad Dekker - 2004-08                        98 - Thorsten Strauss - 1997-00
 328 - Linnie Balfour - 2004-06                     91 - Marquelle Joyner - 2004-07
 284 - Adam Eichorst - 2000-04                      90 - Lars Gloessner - 2001-04
 273 - Kevin Crim - 1995-96,97-99                   88 - Brian O’Neal - 2000-04
 269 - Jeremy McGlothlin - 2002-04                  87 - Scott Rember - 1997-01
 257 - Casey Jackl - 2000-03                        69 - Bill Neubauer - 1999-01
 214 - Jeremy Wesemann - 1999-03                    67 - Jeremy Wesemann - 1999-03
 200 - Marquelle Joyner - 2004-07                   61 - Ronald Bell - 2004-06

Blocked shots                                      Minutes average
 120 - Thorsten Strauss - 1997-00                   30.3 - Trey Triplett (65 games) - 2006-08
 76 - Jeff Kreiling - 1998-01                       29.9 - Marquelle Joyner (100 games) - 2004-07
 62 - Marquelle Joyner - 2004-07                    29.8 - Linnie Balfour (67 games) - 2004-06
 61 - Antonio Santos - 2005-07                      29.6 - Ronald Bell (68 games) - 2004-06
 51 - Lars Gloessner - 2001-04                      28.8 - Jeff Kreiling (104 games) - 1998-01
 44 - Casey Jackl - 2000-03                         28.1 - Matthias Cordier (34 games) - 2004-05
 41 - Nick Moran - 2000-02,03-05                    28.0 - Kenny Mosley (35 games) - 1998-99
 41 - E. Allen - 1998-99                            27.9 - Chris Harris (36 games) - 1997-98
 41 - Joe Petelin - 1995-96,97-98                   27.9 - Casey Jackl (105 games) - 2000-03
 38 - Matthias Cordier - 2004-05                    27.8 - T.J. Bayliss (23 games) - 2007-08




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                  2008-09 Schedule
DATE             DAY        OPPONENT                   H/A                   TIME
Nov. 8           Sat.       St. Ambrose                Home                  3:00 p.m.
Nov. 11          Tues.      @ Silver Lake              Manitowoc, Wis.       7:00 p.m.
Nov. 14          Fri.       @ Concordia (Mich.)^       Huntington, Ind.      6:00 p.m.
Nov. 15          Sat.       @ TBA^                     Huntington, Ind.      TBA
Nov. 18          Tues.      Ashford                    Home                  7:00 p.m.
Nov. 21          Fri.       @ Viterbo#                 La Crosse, Wis.       7:30 p.m.
Nov. 22          Sat.       @ TBA#                     La Crosse, Wis.       TBA
Nov. 25          Tues.      Illinois Tech              Home                  7:00 p.m.

Dec. 3           Wed.       @ Indiana Northwest        Gary, Ind.        7:30 p.m.
Dec. 5           Fri.       @ Indiana Tech%            Upland, Ind.      7:30 p.m.
Dec. 6           Fri.       @ TBA%                     Upland, Ind.            TBA
Dec. 18          Thur.      @ UW-Whitewater            Whitewater, Wis. 7:00 p.m.
Dec. 19          Fri.       @ Kentucky Wesleyan        Owensboro, Ky. 7:00 p.m.
Dec. 20          Sat.       @ Illinois-Springfield     Springfield, Ill. 4:00 p.m
Dec. 30          Tues.      Dakota Wesleyan            Home              6:00 p.m.

Jan. 7           Wed.       @ Judson*                  Elgin, Ill.           7:00 p.m
Jan. 10          Sat        Trinity Christian*         Home                  3:00 p.m.
Jan. 14          Wed.       Trinity International*     Home                  7:30 p.m.
Jan. 17          Sat.       @ Calumet St. Joseph*      Whiting, Ind.         3:00 p.m.
Jan. 21          Wed.       @ Purdue North Central*    Michigan City, Ind.   7:00 p.m.
Jan. 24          Sat.       Purdue Calumet*            Home                  4:00 p.m.
Jan. 26          Mon        @ Northland Baptist        Dunbar, Wis.          7:30 p.m.
Jan. 31          Sat.       Judson*                    Home                  4:00 p.m.

Feb. 4           Wed.       @ Trinity Christian*       Palos Heights, Ill.   7:30 p.m
Feb. 5           Thurs.     Northland Baptist          Home                  7:00 p.m.
Feb. 7           Sat.       @ Trinity International*   Deerfield, Ill.       7:30 p.m.
Feb. 11          Wed.       Calumet St. Joseph*        Home                  7:30 p.m.
Feb. 14          Sat        Purdue North Central*      Home                  4:00 p.m.
Feb. 18          Wed.       @ Purdue Calumet*          Calumet, Ind.         7:30 p.m.
Feb. 21          Sat.       Silver Lake                Home                  2:30 p.m.
Feb. 23          Mon.       CCAC Quarterfinals         @ higher seed         TBA
Feb. 25          Wed.       CCAC Semifinals            @ higher seed         TBA
Feb. 28          Sat.       CCAC Championship          @ higher seed         aTBA

- All times listed are CST.
- All home games are in bold.
- All home games are played at the Allen-Bradley Gymnasium located inside the
Wolves Fieldhouse at Stritch.
* - Denotes a Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference contest.
^ - Denotes Huntington Tournament
# - Denotes Viterbo University Tournament
% - Denotes Taylor Tournament

				
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