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BAYLOR BEARS
UNIVERSITY FACTS
Location................................................................. Waco, Texas
Founded.............................................................................. 1845
Enrollment....................................................................... 15,029
Nickname........................................................................... Bears
Colors............................................................ Green and Gold
Website..........................................................BaylorBears.com
Arena (Capacity)............................. Ferrell Center (10,284)
President.....................................................................Ken Starr
Director of Athletics............................................. Ian McCaw
Faculty Athletics Representative................. Michael Rogers
Senior Woman Administrator............................ Nancy Post
Basketball Media Relations Contact................Chris Yandle
Yandle Office Phone.........................................254/710-3638
Yandle Cell Phone.............................................254/652-9068
Yandle Email..................... [email protected]
Ferrell Center Press Row...............................254/710-3955
Lettermen Returning/Lost..................................................8/4
Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................4/1
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 Baylor has won 91 games since the start of the
2007-08 campaign, including an 11-5 record in
postseason play (Big 12, NCAA, NIT). The Bears
are also 30-4 at home over the past two seasons.  BU brings back six of its top seven scorers from
a year ago. The Bears will have their top three
rebounders on the court again and 86 percent of
their rebounding return overall.  Sophomore Perry Jones III started a Baylor
freshman-record 30 games in 2010-11. He led
the team in shooting at 54.9 percent en route to
becoming the first player in program history to
earn USBWA Freshman All-America honors.  Junior forward Quincy Acy had nine doubledoubles a year ago and scored in double digits 23
times. He shot 73.7 percent from the field over
his last three contests, with 25 rebounds.  Head coach Scott Drew is entering his ninth
campaign at Baylor, tied for the second-longest
current tenure in the Big 12 (Bill Self, KU). Drew
is averaging 22.8 wins over the last four seasons.
All-Time Record
Seasons
105
L
1281
Pct.
.476
All-Time Conferen c e R ec o r ds
Conference
Southwest
Big 12
W
477
77
554
2011-12 SCHEDULE
Team NoteBOOK
L
651
163
814
Pct.
.423
.321
.405
November
1
Abilene Christian {exh.}
11
Texas Southern
13
Jackson State
15
San Diego State (ESPN)
22
South Carolina State
23
UT-Arlington
29
Prairie View A&M
7:00 p.m.
9:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
9:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
December
4
at Northwestern (BTN)
3:00 p.m.
iBN Las Vegas Classic,Waco,Texas
14
Bethune-Cookman
7:00 p.m.
17
at BYU (BYUtv)
1:00 p.m.
iBN Las Vegas Classic,Waco,Texas
19
Paul Quinn
7:00 p.m.
iBN Sports Las Vegas Classic, Las Vegas, N.V.
22
vs. Saint Mary’s [Calif.]
9:00 p.m.
23
vs. West Virginia (ESPN2)
8:00 p.m.
28
vs. Mississippi State [AAC] (ESPN2)
8:00 p.m.
January
2
7
at
10
at
14
16
at
21
24
at
28
Texas A&M* (ESPNU) Texas Tech* (Big 12)
Kansas State*
Oklahoma State* (ESPN2)
Kansas* (ESPN)
Missouri* (ESPN)
Oklahoma* (Big 12)
Texas* (CBS)
6:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Noon
February
1
at
4
at
8
11
at
13
18
20
at
25
27
Texas A&M* (ESPN2)
Oklahoma State* (Big 12)
Kansas* (ESPN/2)
Missouri* (Big 12)
Iowa State* (ESPNU)
Kansas State* (Big 12)
Texas* (ESPN)
Oklahoma* (Big 12)
Texas Tech* (ESPNU)
8:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
March
3
at Iowa State*
6:00 p.m.
All times Central
TV listings and times are subject to change
* - Big 12 Conference game
(BTN) – Big Ten Network
(BYUtv) – BYU Television Network
(Big 12) – Big 12 Network
[AAC] – American Airlines Center, Dallas,Texas
2011-12 ROSTER
No.
4
14
3 0 5
55
34
41
1
20
30
11
2
15
22
Name
Quincy Acy Deuce Bello
Fred Ellis Gary Franklin
Brady Heslip
Pierre Jackson
Cory Jefferson Anthony Jones Perry Jones III
Logan Lowery
Quincy Miller
J’mison Morgan
Jacob Neubert
Levi Norwood
A.J. Walton Pos.
F G
F G
G
G
F F F
F
F
F/C
G/F
G
G Ht.
6-7 6-4
6-6 6-2
6-2
5-10
6-9 6-10 6-11
6-5
6-10
6-11
6-5
6-1
6-1 Wt.
225 180
215 195
170
175
200 190
235
180
210
265
190
180
185 Class
Sr.
Fr.
Sr.
So.
So.
Jr.
So.
Sr.
So.
So.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Hometown/Previous School(s)
Mesquite, Texas/Horn
Greensboro, N.C./Westchester Country Day School
Sacramento, Calif./Sacramento
Santa Ana, Calif./Mater Dei/University of California
Burlington, Ontario/New Hampton Prep [N.H]/Boston College
Las Vegas, Nev./Desert Pines/College of Southern Idaho
Killeen, Texas/Killeen
Houston, Texas/Yates
Duncanville, Texas/Duncanville
Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood/Centenary
High Point, N.C./Westchester Country Day School
Dallas, Texas/South Oak Cliff/UCLA
Waco, Texas/Midway
Woodway, Texas/Midway
Little Rock, Ark./Hall
Head Coach: Scott Drew (Butler ‘93)
Assistant Coaches: Jerome Tang (Charter Oak State ‘07), Grant McCasland (Baylor ‘99), Paul Mills (Texas A&M ‘96)
Director of Basketball Operations: Tim Maloney (Manhattanville ‘82)
Big12Sports.com
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BAYLOR BEARS
2011-12 NEWCOMERS
Deuce Bello, G, 6-4, 180. Fr./Greensboro.N.C./
Westchester Country Day School
Rated four-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals.com and Scout.com.
Four-time all-conference and three-time all-state selection, while earning
conference player of the year honors twice in high school.
Gary Franklin, G, 6-2, 195, So./Santa Ana, Calif./Mater Dei/California
Will sit out fall semester to satisfy NCAA transfer rules.
Played in 13 games (starting 11) as freshman at Cal, averaging 8.3 points.
Brady Heslip, G, 6-2, 170, So./Burlington, Ontario/New Hampton Prep [N.H.]/
Boston College
One of 20 Canadian basketball players invited to the 2010 Development Men’s
National Team Training Camp in Toronto and went on to travel with DMNT to
Europe for an eight-game competitve tour.
Spent his 2009 fall semester at New Hampton [N.H.] Prep averaging 15.0 points
and 7.0 rebounds before enrolling in Boston College.
Pierre Jackson, G, 5-10, 175, Jr./Las Vegas, Nev./Desert Pines/
College of Southern Idaho
Named 2010-11 NJCAA Division I Player of the Year after averaging 18.6 points,
3.8 rebounds and 4.4 assists in 36 games.
Led College of Southern Idaho to third NJCAA Division I national title and set NJCAA National Tournament record with 44 free throws made.
Ranked No. 1 junior college player in the nation by JucoRecruiting.com.
Earned first-team all-state honors after pouring in 736 points and dishing out
263 assists as a senior at Desert Pines High School.
Logan Lowery, F, 6-5, 180, So./Kingwood,Texas/Kingwood/Centenary
Played last year for Centenary, making nine starts and seeing action in all 30
games, averaging 6.9 points in 20.2 minutes per contest.
 Helped Kingwood High School win two District 19-5A championships, two
Kingwood Classic Tournament Titles and post a 62-10 overall record.
Quincy Miller, F, 6-10, 210, Fr./High Point, N.C./Westchester Country Day School
Ranked in the top ten nationally by Scout.com (No. 4), ESPN (No. 6), Rivals.com
(No. 7) and MaxPreps.com (No. 7).
Hit game-winning 3-pointer in USA’s 81-78 gold medal victory over Brazil as a
member of the 2010 FIBA U18 National Team.
Head Coach
SCOTT DREW
Alma Mater: Butler, 1993
Record at Baylor: 127-116 (8 seasons)
Overall Record: 147-127 (9 seasons)
Coaching Experience: Head Coach, Baylor, 2003 - present (127-116)
Head Coach, Valparaiso, 2002-03 (20-11)
Associate Head Coach, Valparaiso, 2001-02
Assistant Coach, Valparaiso, 1993-2001
Head Coach, Athletes in Action, 1997
Assistant Coach, Athletes in Action, 1995
Student Assistant Coach, Butler, 1991-93
Date Hired at BU:
Basketball Playing
Experience:
Education:
Personal:
Basketball Office:
Basketball Secretary: August 22, 2003
None (Butler student assistant, 1991-93)
B.S., Butler (1993)
Masters, Valparaiso (1994)
Date of Birth: Oct. 23, 1970
Wife: Kelly
Children: Mackenzie, Peyton, Brody
254/710-3096
Karen Craig
Year-by-Year Coaching Record
Year 2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
School
Valparaiso
Baylor
Baylor
Baylor
Baylor
Baylor
Baylor
Baylor
Baylor
Overall
20-11
8-21
9-19
4-13
15-16
21-11
24-15
28-8
18-13
baylor head Coaches
C hris Y andle
M edia R elations C ontact
18
Coach
Luther Burleson
Enoch Mills
Ralph Gaze
Norman Paine
Charles Moseley
Frank Bridges
Ralph Wolf
Bill Henderson
Van Sweet
Bill Menefee
Carroll Dawson
Jim Haller
Gene Iba
Darrel Johnson
Harry Miller
Dave Bliss
Scott Drew
Years
Seasons
1907-08
2
1909-10
2
1911-14
3
1914
1
1915-20
6
1921-26
6
1927-41
15
1942-43, 45-61 19
1944-45
2
1962-73
12
1973-76
4
1976-85
9
1985-92
7
1992-94
2
1994-99
5
1999-03
4
2003-present
8
W
10
19
26
1
28
51
148
201
6
149
42
104
98
32
56
61
127
L
9
10
7
8
65
78
129
233
27
144
51
130
106
22
87
57
116
Pct.
.526
.655
.788
.111
.301
.395
.534
.463
.182
.509
.452
.444
.480
.596
.392
.517
.523
Conf.
League Tourn.
12-2 (1st)
2-1
3-13 (11th)
1-15 (12th)
0-1
4-12 (12th)
0-1
4-12 (11th)
1-1
9-7 (t4th)
0-1
5-11 (9th)
3-1
11-5 (t2nd)
1-1
7-9 (t7th)
0-1
Postseason
NIT (0-1)
NCAA (0-1)
NIT (4-1)
NCAA (3-1)
Conf.
Titles
—
—
—
—
0
0
1
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
NCAA
—
—
—
—
—
—
0
3
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
NIT
—
—
—
—
—
—
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
1
2011-12 Big 12 Men’s Basketball Media Guide
BAYLOR BEARS
2010-11 OVERALL STATISTICS
#
24
05
04
41
22
03
11
12
20
14
15
23
TM
TOTAL
3-POINTERS
REBOUNDS
Player
GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A
Dunn, LaceDarius 28 28 987 35.2 169 425 .398 89 249 .357 119 144 .826 22 80 102 3.6 67 1 60
Jones III, Perry
30 30 1017 33.9 162 295 .549 2 10
.200 91 137 .664 79 136 215 7.2 71 0 36
Acy, Quincy
31 18 960 31.0 137 256 .535 0 2
.000 111 162 .685 87 150 237 7.6 79 3 28
Jones, Anthony
31 31 923 29.8 90 174 .517 28 71
.394 54 66 .818 42 121 163 5.3 40 0 29
Walton, A.J.
30 30 990 33.0 77 192 .401 30 78
.385 53 84 .631 18 77 95 3.2 93 4 142
Ellis, Fred
31 3 495 16.0 39 96
.406 8 31
.258 25 32 .781 23 48 71 2.3 51 1 27
Morgan, J’mison 31 14 389 12.5 37 69
.536 0 0
.000 18 46 .391 31 44 75 2.4 66 0 5
Dennis, Nolan
15 0 125 8.3 12 29
.414 3 13
.231 9 18 .500 4 6 10 0.7 19 0 4
Love, Stargell
24 1 287 12.0 22 61
.361 4 19
.211 4 6
.667 4 30 34 1.4 33 1 34
Sekelja, Dragan
8 0 37 4.6 5 15
.333 0 0
.000 1 2
.500 4 3 7 0.9 5 0 0
Norwood, Levi
1 0 2
2.0 0 0
.000 0 0
.000 1 2
.500 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Neubert, Jacob
6 0 13 2.2 2 6
.333 0 1
.000 0 0
.000 2 2 4 0.7 0 0 0
TEAM
44 31 75 2.5 0
Baylor
31
752 1618 .465 164 474 .346 486 699 .695 360 728 108835.1 524 10 365
Opponents
31
695 1660 .419 195 564 .346 399 580 .688 329 624 953 30.7 602 14 374
TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
100 1 39 546 19.5
69 27 16 417 13.9
65 45 29 385 12.4
47 12 20 262 8.5
101 2 68 237 7.9
33 6 13 111 3.6
20 34 15 92 3.0
10 3 8 36 2.4
34 0 9 52 2.2
6 0 0 11 1.4
0 0 0 1 1.0
1 0 0 4 0.7
1
0
487 130 217 215469.5
459 77 250 198464.0
2010-11 CONFERENCE ONLY STATISTICS
#
24
05
04
41
22
11
20
03
12
14
TM
TOTAL
3-POINTERS Player
GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct
Dunn, LaceDarius 16 16 586 36.6 93 245 .380 43 129 .333 55 66 .833
Jones III, Perry
16 16 585 36.6 90 161 .559 1 2
.500 68 90 .756
Acy, Quincy
16 4 484 30.3 62 118 .525 0 1
.000 43 68 .632
Jones, Anthony
16 16 490 30.6 50 87
.575 21 39
.538 19 26 .731
Walton, A.J.
16 16 522 32.6 34 94
.362 14 37
.378 26 44 .591
Morgan, J’mison 16 12 191 11.9 15 27
.556 0 0
.000 10 17 .588
Love, Stargell
16 0 173 10.8 16 45
.356 4 15
.267 2 4
.500
Ellis, Fred
16 0 192 12.0 10 29
.345 1 7
.143 3 4
.750
Dennis, Nolan
2 0 1
0.5 0 0
.000 0 0
.000 0 0
.000
Sekelja, Dragan
1 0 1
1.0 0 0
.000 0 0
.000 0 0
.000
TEAM
Baylor
16
370 806 .459 84 230 .365 226 319 .708
Opponents
16
380 877 .433 104 308 .338 228 322 .708
REBOUNDS
Off Def Tot
15 39 54
43 67 110
38 71 109
18 58 76
8 38 46
11 22 33
3 17 20
5 18 23
0 0 0
0 0 0
25 14 39
166 344 510
196 318 514
Avg PF FO A
3.4 38 1 32
6.9 38 0 15
6.8 48 3 16
4.8 26 0 12
2.9 52 2 68
2.1 35 0 1
1.3 17 0 17
1.4 22 1 10
0.0 2 0 0
0.0 0 0 0
2.4 0
31.9 278 7 171
32.1 287 9 200
TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
67 1 12 284 17.8
43 13 6 249 15.6
35 26 16 167 10.4
26 6 6 140 8.8
53 0 39 108 6.8
6 18 9 40 2.5
18 0 5 38 2.4
9 2 3 24 1.5
1 0 0 0 0.0
0 0 0 0 0.0
0
0
258 66 96 105065.6
203 48 132 109268.2
2010-11 RESULTS (18-13, 7-9 Big 12)
Date Opponent
Result
N12
Grambling State
W, 87-52
N16
La Salle (ESPN)
W, 74-64
N18
Jackson State
W, 63-49
N22
Lipscomb
W, 72-60
N29
Prairie View A&M
W, 90-45
D2
Arizona State (ESPN2)
W, 68-54
D15
Bethune-Cookman
W, 83-39
D18 vs. Gonzaga [AAC] (ESPN2)
L, 64-68
D22 vs. San Diego [SSC] (ESPNU)
W, 83-50
D23 vs. Washington State [SSC] (ESPNU)
L, 71-77
D25 vs. Florida State [SSC] (ESPN2)
L, 61-68
J2
Texas Southern (FSSW)
W, 68-60
J4
Morgan State (FSSW)
W, 89-72
J8
at Texas Tech* (ESPNU)
W, 71-59
J11
Oklahoma* (FSSW)
W, 74-61
J15 at Iowa State* (CTN)
L, 57-72
J17
Kansas* (ESPN)
L, 65-85
J22
Oklahoma State* (Big 12)
W, 76-57
J24 at Kansas State* (ESPN)
L, 61-69
J29
Colorado* (Big 12)
W, 70-66
Attendance
7,242
5,105
5,951
6,453
5,638
7,083
5,653
11,077
7,391
7,179
6,367
5,437
5,277
8,857
7,572
11,734
10,596
8,045
12,528
6,095
Date F2 at
F5 at
F9
F12 at
F15
F19
F23 at
F26
M1 at
M5
M9 vs.
Opponent
Oklahoma* (ESPN3.com)
Texas A&M* (ESPN)
Nebraska* (Big 12)
Texas* (ESPN)
Wayland Baptist
Texas Tech* (FSSW)
Missouri* (ESPN2)
Texas A&M* (ESPNU)
Oklahoma State* (ESPN2)
Texas* (ESPN)
Oklahoma$ (Big 12)
Result
L, 66-73
W, 76-74 (ot)
W, 74-70
L, 60-69
W, 64-50
L, 69-78
L, 59-77
W, 58-51
L, 60-71
L, 54-60
L, 67-84
Attendance
6,000
10,398
6,058
16,734
5,037
8,692
14,297
9,338
10,076
10,627
18,910
* - Big 12 Conference game
$ - Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship, Kansas City, Mo.
(Big 12) - Big 12 Network
(CTN) - Cyclone Television Network
(FSSW) - FOX Sports Southwest
[AAC] - American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
[SSC] - Stan Sheriff Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
Big12Sports.com
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IOWA STATE CYCLONES
UNIVERSITY FACTS
Location.................................................................. Ames, Iowa
Founded.............................................................................. 1858
Enrollment....................................................................... 29,887
Nickname.....................................................................Cyclones
Colors.........................................................Cardinal and Gold
Website................................................................cyclones.com
Arena (Capacity)......................... Hilton Coliseum (14,356)
President.......................................... Dr. Gregory L. Geoffroy
Director of Athletics..........................................Jamie Pollard
Faculty Athletics Representative..............................Tim Day
Senior Woman Administrator................Dr. Calli T. Sanders
Basketball Media Relations Contact.................Mike Green
Green Office Phone.........................................515/294-7019
Green Cell Phone.............................................515/460-5804
Green Email.......................................... [email protected]
Hilton Coliseum Press Row...........................515/294-6178
Lettermen Returning/Lost..................................................5/6
Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................2/3
W
1194
 Senior guard Scott Christopherson is second on
the Big 12 career 3-point field goal percentage list
(.437). The top returning long-range shooter in
the Big 12, he hit 86 shots from beyond the arc
last season - a total that ranked 33rd nationally.  Sophomore forward Melvin Ejim averaged 10.3
points and 6.7 rebounds in 2010-11, the 12th
freshman in ISU history to score in double figures.
 The Cyclones finished with a .500 overall record
last season for the first time since 2005-06. Iowa State was the only last-place team in any
conference nationally to finish .500 or better.
 ISU shot 85 percent or better from the free throw
line in seven different Big 12 games a year ago. The
Cyclones were second in the league in free throw
percentage in Big 12 play with a .771 mark.  Fred Hoiberg guided his team to a 13-2 start in
2010-11, the second-best beginning by a first-year
Cyclone coach. He was recognized as National
Rookie Coach of the Year by Basketball Times.
All-Time Record
Seasons
104
Team NoteBOOK
L
1229
Pct.
.493
All-Time Conference R ec o r ds
Conference
MVIAA
Big Six
Big Seven
Big Eight
Big 12
W
82
82
51
225
100
540
L
163
108
81
307
140
799
Pct.
.335
.432
.386
.423
.417
.403
2011-12 SCHEDULE
November
6
Grand Valley State {exh.} 12:30 p.m.
12
Lehigh (Mediacom)
7:00 p.m.
15
at Drake (Mediacom)
8:00 p.m.
South Padre Island Invitational, Ames, Iowa
20
Western Carolina (Mediacom)
12:30 p.m.
22
Northern Colorado (Mediacom)
7:00 p.m.
South Padre Island Invitational, South Padre Island,Texas
25
vs. Providence
7:30 p.m.
26
vs. Rice (CBSSN)
6:30 p.m.
30
Northern Iowa (Mediacom)
7:00 p.m.
December
3
at Michigan (BTN)
11:00 a.m.
6
Prairie View A&M (Mediacom)
7:00 p.m.
Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series, Ames, Iowa
9
Iowa (CTN)
7:00 p.m.
18
Central Michigan (CTN)
1:00 p.m.
21
Lipscomb (Mediacom)
7:00 p.m.
31
Mississippi Valley State (CTN)
Noon
January
4
7
at
11
14
at
18
21
at
24
at
28
31
Texas* (ESPNU)
Texas A&M* (Big 12)
Missouri* (Big 12)
Kansas* (Big 12)
Oklahoma State* (ESPNU)
Texas Tech* (ESPN2)
Texas*
Kansas* (ESPN/2)
Kansas State* (CTN)
8:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
February
4
at
7
at
11
13
at
18
22
25
at
29
at
Oklahoma* (ESPN/2)
Oklahoma State* (ESPN2)
Texas A&M* (Big 12)
Baylor* (ESPNU)
Oklahoma* (Big 12)
Texas Tech* (ESPNU)
Kansas State* (Big 12)
Missouri* (Big 12)
5:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
March
3
Baylor* (CTN)
All times Central
TV listings and times are subject to change
* - Big 12 Conference game
(Big 12) – Big 12 Network
(Mediacom) – Mediacom
(CBSSN) – CBS Sports Network
(CTN) – Cyclone Television Network
6:00 p.m.
2011-12 ROSTER
No.
4
2
22
11 21
3
24
10
34
12
25
1 0
5
30
Name
Chris Allen
Chris Babb
Anthony Booker
Scott Christopherson
Will Clyburn
Melvin Ejim
Percy Gibson
Aaron Law
Korie Lucious
Austin McBeth
Tyrus McGee
Bubu Palo Jordan Railey
Tavon Sledge
Royce White
Pos.
G
G
F
G
G
F
C
G
G
G
G
G C
G
F
Ht.
6-3
6-5
6-9
6-3
6-7
6-6
6-9
5-11
5-11
6-1
6-2
6-1
6-11
5-9
6-8
Wt.
205
225
250
195
205
220
245
175
175
185
205
175
250
175
270
Class
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
So.
Fr.
So.
Hometown/Previous School(s)
Lawrenceville, Ga./Meadowcreek/Michigan State
Arlington, Texas/The Oakridge School/Penn State
St. Louis, Mo./McCluer North/Southern Illinois
LaCrosse, Wis./Aquinas/Marquette
Detroit, Mich./Romulus/Marshalltown CC/Utah
Toronto, Ontario/Brewster Academy [N.H]/St. Mary’s Ryken
Detroit, Mich./Southeastern
Chapel Hill, N.C./East/The Tilton School [N.H.]
Milwaukee, Wis./Pius XI/Michigan State
Wayland, Iowa/Waco/Iowa Western
Stringtown, Okla./Stringtown/Cowley CC
Ames, Iowa/Ames
Beaverton, Ore./Beaverton
Spring Valley, N.Y./Half Hollow Hills West
Minneapolis, Minn./Hopkins/Minnesota
Head Coach: Fred Hoiberg (Iowa State ‘95)
Associate Head Coach: T.J. Otzelberger (Wisconsin-Whitewater ‘01)
Assistant Coaches: Matt Abdelmassih (St. John’s ‘07), Cornell Mann (Akron ‘95)
Director of Basketball Operations: Jeff Rutter (Winona State ‘88)
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IOWA STATE CYCLONES
2011-12 NEWCOMERS
Chris Allen, G, 6-3, 205, Sr./Lawrenceville, Ga./Meadowcreek/Michigan State
Started 27 games and averaged 8.2 points in 2009-10 to help Michigan State
reach its second consecutive Final Four.
Converted a team-high 53 field goals from 3-point range during 2009-10, finishing
with 141 treys in his Michigan State career.
Chris Babb, G, 6-5, 225, Jr./Arlington,Texas/The Oakridge School/Penn State
Started 23 games at Penn State in ‘09-10, averaging 9.3 points and 3.2 rebounds. Finished third on the team in assists (69) and steals (22) two years ago.
Anthony Booker, F, 6-9, 250, Jr./St. Louis, Mo./McCluer North/
Southern Illinois
Averaged 6.4 points and 4.1 rebounds during the 2009-10 campaign.
Shot 48.4 percent from the field and notched two double-doubles.
Percy Gibson, C, 6-9, 245, Fr./Detroit, Mich./Southeastern
Led Detroit Southeastern to the 2011 Class A Michigan state championship game,
its first appearance since 1926.
Named to the Detroit Free Press’ six-player dream team after averaging 21.2 points,
12.0 rebounds and 2.5 blocks in his senior season.
Aaron Law, G, 5-11, 175, Fr./Chapel Hill, N.C./East/The Tilton School [N.H.]
Played one year at the Tilton School, starting at point guard and averaging 6.1
points and 4.3 assists.
Helped his team win the 2011 NEPSAC Class AA championship.
Tyrus McGee, G, 6-2, 205, Jr./Stringtown, Okla./Stringtown/Cowley CC
Made a school record 195 field goals from 3-point range in his two-year career
at Cowley and scored 1,194 points, third-most in school history.
Earned NJCAA First Team and Jayhawk East Player of the Year honors in 2011.
Head Coach
Fred Hoiberg
Alma Mater: Iowa State, 1995
Record at Iowa State: 16-16 (1 season)
Overall Record: 16-16 (1 season)
Experience: Head Coach, Iowa State, 2010 - present (16-16)
Vice President of Basketball Operations,
Minnesota Timberwolves, 2009-10
Assistant General Manager,
Minnesota Timberwolves, 2006-09
Date Hired at ISU:
Basketball Playing
Experience:
Education:
Personal:
Basketball Office:
Secretary: April 28, 2010
Iowa State, 1991-95
B.S., Finance, Iowa State (1995)
Date of Birth: Oct. 15, 1972
Wife: Carol
Children: Paige, Jack, Sam, Charlie
515/294-8232
Julie Flory
Year-by-Year Coaching Record
Year 2010-11
School
Iowa State
Overall
16-16
Conf.
League Tourn.
3-13 (12th)
0-1
Postseason
Tavon Sledge, G, 5-9, 175, Fr./Spring Valley, N.Y./Half Hollow Hills West
Ranked as the third-best high school player out of New York City after averaging
25.3 points and 5.2 assists and earning first-team all-state honors.
Tallied a career-high 46 points in the New York high school state quarterfinals,
which set a new Long Island Class 2A scoring mark.
Royce White, F, 6-8, 270, So./Minneapolis, Minn./Hopkins/Minnesota
Ranked as the No. 19 player overall and No. 2 small forward in the nation in final
Rivals.com rankings of 2009. Named Mr. Basketball in the state of Minnesota in 2009 after leading Hopkins
squad to an undefeated 31-0 mark and Class 4A State Championship.
IOWA STATE head Coaches
M ike G reen
M edia R elations C ontact
Big12Sports.com
Coach
S. Clyde Williams
Homer Hubbard
H.H. Walters
R.N. Berryman
Maury Kent
Bill Chandler
Louis Menze
Clay Sutherland
Bill Strannigan
Glen Anderson
Maury John
Ken Trickey
Lynn Nance
Johnny Orr
Tim Floyd
Larry Eustachy
Wayne Morgan
Greg McDermott
Fred Hoiberg
Years
Seasons W
1908-11
4
20
1912-15
4
21
1916-19
4
27
1920
1
6
1921
1
10
1922-28
7
39
1930-47
19
166
1948-54
7
63
1955-59
5
70
1960-71
12
142
1972-74
3
43
1975-76
2
13
1977-80
4
44
1981-94
14
218
1995-98
4
81
1999-03
5
101
2003-06
3
55
2006-10
4
59
2010-present
1
16
L
29
40
38
12
8
86
153
89
45
161
35
40
64
200
47
59
39
68
16
Pct.
.408
.344
.415
.333
.556
.312
.520
.419
.609
.469
.551
.245
.407
.522
.633
.631
.585
.465
.500
Conf.
Titles
—
—
—
—
—
—
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
NCAA
—
—
—
—
—
—
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
3
2
1
0
0
NIT
—
—
—
—
—
—
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
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IOWA STATE CYCLONES
2010-11 OVERALL STATISTICS
#
10
11
05
23
03
15
01
24
00
13
12
33
TM
TOTAL
3-POINTERS
REBOUNDS
Player
GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A
Garrett, Diante 32 31 1175 36.7 214 518 .413 59 185 .319 66 80 .825 12 107 119 3.7 55 0 195
Christopherson, S. 31 31 1111 35.8 152 357 .426 86 195 .441 34 44 .773 8 89 97 3.1 29 0 77
Anderson, Jake
32 31 1066 33.3 149 338 .441 39 112 .348 74 102 .725 69 162 231 7.2 61 0 79
Vanderbeken, J
29 29 831 28.7 112 251 .446 65 153 .425 33 47 .702 36 124 160 5.5 85 3 32
Ejim, Melvin
32 30 889 27.8 121 249 .486 13 56
.232 73 105 .695 93 121 214 6.7 104 3 39
Godfrey, Calvin 29 5 583 20.1 62 112 .554 0 1
.000 40 61 .656 63 94 157 5.4 72 4 16
Palo, Bubu
32 3 449 14.0 27 84
.321 12 36
.333 42 55 .764 9 47 56 1.8 49 2 33
Phillips, DeMarcus 8 0 77 9.6 8 23
.348 0 6
.000 4 7
.571 9 10 19 2.4 5 0 4
Railey, Jordan
25 0 226 9.0 18 44
.409 1 2
.500 13 22 .591 16 22 38 1.5 56 2 4
McKnight, Eric
14 0 54 3.9 7 15
.467 0 0
.000 1 4
.250 1 7 8 0.6 7 0 1
McBeth, Austin
5 0 5
1.0 0 0
.000 0 0
.000 0 0
.000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0
Mitchell, Andrew 8 0 9
1.1 0 2
.000 0 1
.000 0 0
.000 0 1 1 0.1 1 0 0
TEAM
36 35 71 2.2 0
Iowa State
32
870 1993 .437 275 747 .368 380 527 .721 352 819 117136.6 524 14 480
Opponents
32
823 1955 .421 217 645 .336 394 570 .691 399 846 124538.9 540 8 442
TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
106 7 55 553 17.3
47 0 23 424 13.7
82 2 32 411 12.8
34 48 16 322 11.1
56 7 39 328 10.3
27 27 29 164 5.7
23 4 15 108 3.4
4 0 2 20 2.5
16 20 4 50 2.0
2 3 1 15 1.1
1 0 0 0 0.0
0 0 0 0 0.0
3
0
401 118 216 239574.8
460 124 195 225770.5
2010-11 CONFERENCE ONLY STATISTICS
#
10
5 11
23
3 15
1 00
13
12
33
TM
TOTAL
3-POINTERS Player
GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct
Garrett, Diante 16 15 621 38.8 109 267 .408 33 97
.340 28 30 .933
Anderson, Jake
16 15 551 34.4 75 187 .401 24 70
.343 33 43 .767
Christopherson, S. 16 16 610 38.1 74 174 .425 38 97
.392 18 23 .783
Vanderbeken, J
13 13 408 31.4 51 113 .451 30 69
.435 21 27 .778
Ejim, Melvin
16 15 437 27.3 50 121 .413 4 29
.138 31 45 .689
Godfrey, Calvin 13 4 280 21.5 40 70
.571 0 0
.000 20 29 .690
Palo, Bubu
16 2 226 14.1 11 36
.306 5 17
.294 22 25 .880
Railey, Jordan
12 0 110 9.2 10 23
.435 0 0
.000 2 5
.400
McKnight, Eric
5 0 20 4.0 3 7
.429 0 0
.000 0 0
.000
McBeth, Austin
4 0 4
1.0 0 0
.000 0 0
.000 0 0
.000
Mitchell, Andrew 7 0 8
1.1 0 2
.000 0 1
.000 0 0
.000
TEAM
Iowa State
16
423 1000 .423 134 380 .353 175 227 .771
Opponents
16
474 1006 .471 127 330 .385 218 320 .681
REBOUNDS
Off Def Tot
6 53 59
23 78 101
2 48 50
14 58 72
46 53 99
33 45 78
8 19 27
8 5 13
1 3 4
0 0 0
0 1 1
21 19 40
162 382 544
199 444 643
Avg PF FO A
3.7 29 0 99
6.3 33 0 33
3.1 20 0 42
5.5 39 1 13
6.2 56 1 21
6.0 34 3 8
1.7 33 2 14
1.1 29 1 2
0.8 2 0 0
0.0 0 0 0
0.1 1 0 0
2.5 0
34.0 276 8 232
40.2 251 4 264
TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
64 4 19 279 17.4
41 1 13 207 12.9
21 0 11 204 12.8
22 13 4 153 11.8
29 4 15 135 8.4
18 11 15 100 7.7
15 1 6 49 3.1
7 6 1 22 1.8
0 1 0 6 1.2
1 0 0 0 0.0
0 0 0 0 0.0
2
0
220 41 84 115572.2
200 73 106 129380.8
2010-11 RESULTS (16-16, 3-13 Big 12)
Date N12
N14
N17
N21 vs.
N24
N27
D1 at D4
D6
D10 at
D12
D19
D21
D30 at
J3
J8
at
J12
J15
J19 at
J22 at
22
Opponent
Result
Northern Arizona
W, 78-64
Alabama State (Mediacom)
W, 74-47
Drake (Mediacom)
W, 91-43
Creighton [WFA]
W, 91-88
Kennesaw State
W, 91-51
Montana State (Mediacom)
W, 81-59
Northern Iowa (PSN)
L, 54-60
California (FSN)
L, 73-76
SE Missouri State (Mediacom)
W, 85-58
Iowa (BTN)
W, 75-72
Texas Southern (Mediacom)
W, 65-54
Dartmouth
W, 71-42
Chicago State (Mediacom) W, 104-63
Virginia (Comcast)
W, 60-47
Northern Illinois (CTN)
W, 72-63
Nebraska* (CTN)
L, 62-63
Kansas* (ESPN2)
L, 79-84
Baylor* (CTN)
W, 72-57
Oklahoma State* (ESPNU)
L, 87-96 (ot)
Missouri* (ESPNU)
L, 54-87
Attendance
12,886
12,453
12,988
10,252
11,237
11,422
6,489
13,284
12,502
13,276
12,622
12,403
11,477
10,032
11,469
11,610
12,204
11,734
9,922
15,061
Date J26
J29
F1
at
F5
F12 at
F16 at
F19
F22 at
F26
M2
M5 at
M9 vs.
Opponent
Texas Tech* (CTN)
Oklahoma* (CTN)
Colorado*
Kansas State* (Big 12)
Kansas* (Big 12)
Texas A&M* (Big 12)
Missouri* (Big 12)
Texas* (Big 12)
Nebraska* (Big 12)
Colorado* (CTN)
Kansas State* (Big 12)
Colorado$ (Big 12)
* - Big 12 Conference game
$ - Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship, Kansas City, Mo.
(Big 12) - Big 12 Network
(BTN) - Big Ten Network
(CTN) - Cyclone Television Network
(PSN) - Panther Sports Network
[WFA] - Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa
Result
L, 83-92
L, 76-82 (ot)
L, 69-95
L, 85-86
L, 66-89
L, 66-71
L, 70-76
L, 53-76
W, 83-82 (ot)
W, 95-90
L, 55-67
L, 75-77
Attendance
10,823
12,128
6,764
12,411
16,300
7,041
12,691
14,933
12,684
10,679
12,528
18,910
2011-12 Big 12 Men’s Basketball Media Guide
KANSAS JAYHAWKS
UNIVERSITY FACTS
Location....................................................... Lawrence, Kansas
Founded.............................................................................. 1866
Enrollment....................................................................... 30,004
Nickname..................................................................... Jayhawks
Colors......................................................... Crimson and Blue
Website............................................................kuathletics.com
Arena (Capacity)......................... Allen Fieldhouse (16,300)
Chancellor..........................................Bernadette Gray-Little
Director of Athletics.............................Dr. Sheahon Zenger
Faculty Athletics Representative.................. Dr. Jerry Bailey
Senior Woman Administrator...................Debbie Van Saun
Basketball Media Relations Contact............. Chris Theisen
Theisen Office Phone......................................785/864-3474
Theisen Cell Phone..........................................785/331-9356
Theisen Email................................................ [email protected]
Allen Fieldhouse Press Row...........................785/864-3417
Lettermen Returning/Lost..................................................8/7
Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................1/4
All-Time Record
Seasons
113
W
2038
L
797
Pct.
.719
 Kansas advanced to the NCAA regional semifinals
for the 27th time in school history last season. The Jayhawks made their 22nd consecutive NCAA
appearance overall (88-39, .693), the longest active
streak in the nation.  KU won its eighth Big 12 postseason title a year
ago, including fourth in the past five campaigns.
The Jayhawks are 31-7 in the championship overall,
the most wins of any Big 12 school.  Senior guard Tyshawn Taylor finished strong in
2010-11, shooting 50 percent or better from the
floor in six of his last seven contests and recording
double-digit points in five of the last six games.
 Taylor finished the year with a team-best 164
assists, 18th on the single-season list at Kansas. The total was second in the Big 12 a season ago
and is the most among returning players.  Head coach Bill Self is the all-time Big 12 leader in
winning percentage for all games played with an
.837 mark (237-46). He needs two wins to move
into second place on the overall victories chart. All-Time Conferen c e R ec o r ds
Conference
MVIAA
Big Six
Big Seven
Big Eight
Big 12
W
212
145
84
346
201
988
L
81
40
48
186
39
394
2011-12 SCHEDULE
Team NoteBOOK
Pct.
.724
.784
.636
.650
.838
.715
November
1
Pittsburg State {exh.} (JTV)
7:00 p.m.
8
Fort Hays State {exh.} (JTV)
7:00 p.m.
EA Sports Maui Invitational, Lawrence, Kan.
11
Towson (JTV)
7:00 p.m.
Champions Classic, New York, N.Y.
15
vs. Kentucky [MSG] (ESPN)
8:00 p.m.
EA Sports Maui Invitational, Maui, Hawaii
21
vs. Georgetown (ESPN2)
11:00 p.m.
22
vs. UCLA/Chaminade (ESPN/2)
3:30/8:30 p.m.
23
vs. To Be Determined (ESPN/2/U)
TBA
30
Florida Atlantic (JTV)
7:00 p.m.
December
3
South Florida (ESPN2)
4:15 p.m.
6
Long Beach State (ESPNU)
8:00 p.m.
10
Ohio State (ESPN)
2:15 p.m.
M&I Bank Kansas City Shootout, Kansas City, Mo.
19
vs. Davidson [SC] (ESPNU)
8:00 p.m.
22
at USC (FSN)
10:00 p.m.
29
Howard (JTV)
7:00 p.m.
31
North Dakota (ESPNU)
3:00 p.m.
January
4
7
at 11
at 14
16
21
at
23
28
at
Kansas State* (Big 12)
Oklahoma* (ESPNU)
Texas Tech* (ESPNU)
Iowa State* (Big 12)
Baylor* (ESPN)
Texas* (CBS)
Texas A&M* (ESPN)
Iowa State* (ESPN/2)
7:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
February
1
4
at 8
at
11
13
at
18
22
at 25
27
at
Oklahoma* (ESPNU/3D)
Missouri* (ESPN/3D)
Baylor* (ESPN/2)
Oklahoma State* (Big 12)
Kansas State* (ESPN)
Texas Tech* (Big 12)
Texas A&M* (ESPN2)
Missouri* (CBS)
Oklahoma State* (ESPN)
8:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
March
3
Texas* (ESPN)
8:00 p.m.
All times Central
TV listings and times are subject to change
* - Big 12 Conference game
(JTV) – Jayhawk Television
(Big 12) – Big 12 Network
[MSG] – Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.
[SC] – Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
2011-12 ROSTER
No.
21
15
25
22
23
24
20
0
10
2
1
31
4
5
40
Name
Christian Garrett
Elijah Johnson
Jordan Juenemann
Merv Lindsay
Ben McLemore
Travis Releford
Niko Roberts
Thomas Robinson
Tyshawn Taylor
Conner Teahan
Naadir Tharpe
Jamari Traylor
Justin Wesley
Jeff Withey
Kevin Young
Pos.
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
F
G
G
G
F
F
C
F
Ht.
6-3
6-4
6-3
6-7
6-5
6-5
5-11
6-9
6-3
6-5
5-11
6-8
6-8
7-0
6-8
Wt.
170
195
195
195
185
207
175
237
185
212
170
215
220
235
185
Class
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
Hometown/Previous School(s)
Los Angeles, Calif./IMG Academy
Las Vegas, Nev./Cheyenne
Hays, Kan./Hays
Moreno Valley, Calif./Canyon Springs High School
St. Louis, Mo./Christian Life Center [Texas]
Kansas City, Mo./Bishop Miege
Huntington, N.Y./Saint Anthony’s
Washington, D.C./Brewster Academy [N.J.]
Jersey City, N.J./St. Anthony
Leawood, Kan./Rockhurst .
Worcester, Mass./Brewster Academy [N.J.]
Chicago, Ill./IMG Academy [Fla.]
Fort Worth, Texas/North Crowley/Lamar
San Diego, Calif./Horizon
Perris, Calif./Perris High School/Loyola Marymount
Head Coach: Bill Self (Oklahoma State ‘85)
Assistant Coaches: Joe Dooley (George Washington ‘88), Kurtis Townsend (Western Kentucky ‘82), Danny Manning (Kansas ‘91)
Director of Basketball Operations: Barry Hinson (Oklahoma State ‘83)
Big12Sports.com
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KANSAS JAYHAWKS
2011-12 NEWCOMERS
Christian Garrett, G, 6-3, 170, Fr., Los Angeles, Calif./IMG Academy
Averaged 14.0 points, 7.0 assists and 6.3 rebounds at IMG Academy in fall of
2010.
 Qualified for numerous AAU all-star teams during the summer of 2010 including
top 50 at the Pangos All-American Camp, top 40 for the Pangos All-American
LIVE and top 25 on the Fullcourt Press All-West Camp.
Merv Lindsay, G, 6-7, 195, Fr., Moreno Valley, Calif./Canyon Springs High School
Helped his team to a 17-12 year and an Inland Valley League championship.
Three-time all-league first team selection who averaged 15.0 points, 10.2 rebounds
and 4.4 assists during his senior season.
Ben McLemore, G, 6-5, 185, Fr., St. Louis, Mo./Christian Life Center [Texas]
A five-star recruit who is ranked No. 17 nationally by Rivals.com and the No. 4
shooting guard.
Named an all-metro selection by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as a junior at Wellston
where he averaged 28.3 points, 12.7 rebounds, 6.2 assists, 2.6 steals and 2.3
blocked shots in 2009-10.
Naadir Tharpe, G, 5-11, 170, Fr.,Worcester, Mass./Brewster Academy [N.H.]
Guided his team to a 31-3 record and a spot in the national prep school
semifinals.
Tabbed the Class AAA Player of the Year by the coaches in the New England
Preparatory School Athletic Council after averaging 14.5 points and 6.0 assists.
Jamari Traylor, F, 6-8, 215, Fr., Chicago, Ill./IMG Academy [Fla.]
Averaged 20 points, 12 rebounds and three blocked shots per game at IMG
Academy in Bradenton, Fla. in 2010-11.
Justin Wesley, F, 6-8, 220, So./Fort Worth,Texas/North Crowley/Lamar
Played 23 games for Lamar during the 2009-10 campaign.
Named the high school District 3-5A Defensive Player of the Year in 2009.
Kevin Young, F, 6-8, 185, Jr., Perris, Calif./Perris High School/Loyola Marymount
Broke Loyola Marymount’s freshman records with 224 rebounds, 51 steals and
34 blocked shots during the 2008-09 campaign.
Played for Puerto Rico in the U19 World Championship in 2009, averaging 7.7
points and 5.0 rebounds.
Head Coach
BILL SELF
Alma Mater: Oklahoma State, 1985
Record at Kansas: 237-46 (8 seasons)
Overall Record: 444-151 (18 seasons)
Coaching Experience: Head Coach, Kansas, 2003 - present (237-46)
Head Coach, Illinois, 2000-03 (78-24)
Head Coach, Tulsa, 1997-2000 (74-27)
Head Coach, Oral Roberts, 1993-97 (55-54)
Assistant, Oklahoma State, 1986-93
Volunteer Assistant, Kansas, 1985-86
Date Hired at KU:
Basketball Playing
Experience:
Education:
Personal:
Basketball Office:
Secretary: April 21, 2003
Oklahoma State, 1982-85
Bachelor’s, Business, Oklahoma State (1985)
Master’s, Athletic Administration, Oklahoma State (1989)
Date of Birth: December 27, 1962
Wife: Cindy
Children: Lauren, Tyler
785/864-3056
Joanie Stephens
Year-by-Year Coaching Record
Conf.
Year School
Overall
League Tourn.
1993-94 Oral Roberts
6-21
1994-95 Oral Roberts
10-17
1995-96 Oral Roberts
18-9
1996-97 Oral Roberts
21-7
1997-98 Tulsa
19-12
9-5 (3rd)
1-1
1998-99 Tulsa
23-10
9-5 (t1st)
1-1
1999-00 Tulsa
32-5
12-2 (1st)
2-1
2000-01 Illinois
27-8
13-3 (t1st)
1-1
2001-02 Illinois
26-9
11-5 (t1st)
1-1
2002-03 Illinois
25-7
11-5 (2nd)
3-0
2003-04 Kansas
24-9
12-4 (t2nd)
1-1
2004-05 Kansas
23-7
12-4 (t1st)
1-1
2005-06 Kansas
25-8
13-3 (t1st)
3-0
2006-07 Kansas
33-5
14-2 (1st)
3-0
2007-08 Kansas
37-3
13-3 (1st)
3-0
2008-09 Kansas
27-8
14-2 (1st)
0-1
2009-10 Kansas
33-3
15-1 (1st)
3-0
2010-11 Kansas
35-3
14-2 (1st)
3-0
Note: Oral Roberts was an independent during Self ’s tenure.
kansas head Coaches
C hris T heisen
M edia R elations C ontact
24
Coach
Dr. James Naismith
William O. Hamilton
Karl Schlademan
Dr. F.C. “Phog” Allen
Howard Engleman
Dick Harp
Ted Owens
Larry Brown
Roy Williams
Bill Self
Years
Seasons
1898-1907
9
1909-19
10
1920
—
1907-09, 19-56 39
1947
—
1956-64
8
1964-83
19
1984-88
5
1988-2003
15
2003-present
8
W
55
125
1
590
8
121
348
135
418
237
L
60
59
0
219
6
82
182
44
101
46
Postseason
NIT (0-1)
NCAA (1-1)
NCAA (3-1)
NCAA (3-1)
NCAA (2-1)
NCAA (1-1)
NCAA (3-1)
NCAA (0-1)
NCAA (0-1)
NCAA (3-1)
NCAA (6-0)
NCAA (2-1)
NCAA (1-1)
NCAA (3-1)
Conf.
Pct. Titles
.478
—
.679
5
1.000 —
.729
24
.571
—
.596
2
.657
6
.754
1
.805
9
.837
7
NCAA
—
—
—
4
—
2
7
5
14
8
NIT
—
—
—
0
—
0
2
0
0
0
Note: Schlademan coached the first game of 1920 season prior to appointment of Dr. Allen. Engleman finished 1947 season
as head coach after Dr. Allen was ordered to take a leave of rest following the 13th game.
2011-12 Big 12 Men’s Basketball Media Guide
KANSAS JAYHAWKS
2010-11 OVERALL STATISTICS
#
22
21
14
10
32
00
12
23
24
15
05
40
11
20
TM
TOTAL
3-POINTERS
REBOUNDS
Player
GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A
Morris, Marcus
38 36 1076 28.3 240 421 .570 26 76
.342 148 215 .688 99 191 290 7.6 97 0 62
Morris, Markieff 38 35 926 24.4 195 331 .589 25 59
.424 103 153 .673 103 213 316 8.3 108 2 53
Reed, Tyrel
38 38 1088 28.6 109 267 .408 72 190 .379 79 99 .798 23 95 118 3.1 52 0 66
Taylor, Tyshawn
36 31 977 27.1 116 242 .479 19 50
.380 82 114 .719 11 59 70 1.9 69 1 164
Selby, Josh
26 11 530 20.4 72 193 .373 34 94
.362 28 37 .757 10 48 58 2.2 44 0 56
Robinson, Thomas 33 2 482 14.6 101 168 .601 0 0
.000 49 96 .510 74 138 212 6.4 67 0 20
Morningstar, Brady38 25 1048 27.6 101 207 .488 43 105 .410 26 35 .743 22 63 85 2.2 70 0 126
Little, Mario
32 1 439 13.7 64 133 .481 11 30
.367 25 36 .694 30 64 94 2.9 51 0 27
Releford, Travis
30 4 303 10.1 39 78
.500 14 37
.378 16 25 .640 20 21 41 1.4 22 0 20
Johnson, Elijah
36 6 494 13.7 46 92
.500 22 55
.400 10 15 .667 6 41 47 1.3 52 0 64
Withey, Jeff
26 1 162 6.2 22 34
.647 0 0
.000 17 33 .515 20 26 46 1.8 27 1 5
Juenemann, Jordan 15 0 34 2.3 5 9
.556 4 5
.800 0 0
.000 0 9 9 0.6 4 0 1
Woolridge, Royce 16 0 44 2.8 3 12
.250 1 5
.200 2 4
.500 1 7 8 0.5 2 0 9
Roberts, Niko
12 0 22 1.8 1 6
.167 0 4
.000 0 0
.000 1 4 5 0.4 1 0 1
TEAM
29 47 76 2.0 0
Kansas
38
11142193 .508 271 710 .382 585 862 .679 449 1026147538.8 666 4 674
Opponents
38
862 2188 .394 225 756 .298 509 697 .730 397 775 117230.8 735 25 428
TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
67 24 32 654 17.2
78 43 30 518 13.6
35 7 56 369 9.7
97 10 36 333 9.3
53 1 21 206 7.9
43 22 14 251 7.6
45 7 55 271 7.1
19 10 14 164 5.1
15 4 13 108 3.6
30 4 17 124 3.4
12 19 5 61 2.3
3 0 0 14 0.9
4 2 0 9 0.6
0 0 2 2 0.2
6
0
507 153 295 308481.2
535 103 229 245864.7
2010-11 CONFERENCE ONLY STATISTICS
#
22
21
14
12
32
00
10
23
15
24
05
40
11
20
TM
TOTAL
3-POINTERS Player
GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct
Morris, Marcus
16 16 469 29.3 109 180 .606 9 30
.300 73 104 .702
Morris, Markieff 16 16 413 25.8 86 136 .632 11 24
.458 40 64 .625
Reed, Tyrel
16 16 457 28.6 49 109 .450 34 75
.453 37 49 .755
Morningstar, Brady16 9 472 29.5 46 88
.523 26 49
.531 12 19 .632
Selby, Josh
13 7 270 20.8 39 102 .382 14 45
.311 10 18 .556
Robinson, Thomas 12 0 157 13.1 34 55
.618 0 0
.000 23 40 .575
Taylor, Tyshawn
14 12 371 26.5 36 94
.383 9 22
.409 24 32 .750
Little, Mario
16 1 234 14.6 33 72
.458 7 18
.389 14 20 .700
Johnson, Elijah
16 3 208 13.0 16 37
.432 8 22
.364 6 7
.857
Releford, Travis
10 0 75 7.5 7 18
.389 2 10
.200 6 9
.667
Withey, Jeff
11 0 55 5.0 8 10
.800 0 0
.000 4 7
.571
Juenemann, Jordan 5 0 8
1.6 1 2
.500 1 1
1.000 0 0
.000
Woolridge, Royce 6 0 7
1.2 0 3
.000 0 1
.000 0 0
.000
Roberts, Niko
4 0 4
1.0 0 2
.000 0 2
.000 0 0
.000
TEAM
Kansas
16
464 908 .511 121 299 .405 249 369 .675
Opponents
16
375 898 .418 98 295 .332 257 325 .791
REBOUNDS
Off Def Tot
40 81 121
39 87 126
11 31 42
11 21 32
7 17 24
25 50 75
5 27 32
14 32 46
4 20 24
3 6 9
6 9 15
0 3 3
0 1 1
0 1 1
14 17 31
179 403 582
148 327 475
Avg PF FO A
7.6 45 0 28
7.9 41 0 28
2.6 28 0 30
2.0 26 0 62
1.8 23 0 29
6.3 25 0 3
2.3 33 1 52
2.9 32 0 13
1.5 21 0 26
0.9 7 0 6
1.4 7 0 0
0.6 1 0 1
0.2 0 0 0
0.3 0 0 0
1.9 0
36.4 289 1 278
29.7 308 11 193
TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
34 11 15 300 18.8
34 22 14 223 13.9
20 4 26 169 10.6
14 2 22 130 8.1
28 1 13 102 7.8
18 6 4 91 7.6
32 2 11 105 7.5
7 5 6 87 5.4
17 3 6 46 2.9
2 0 1 22 2.2
4 5 1 20 1.8
0 0 0 3 0.6
1 0 0 0 0.0
0 0 0 0 0.0
3
0
214 61 119 129881.1
208 51 101 110569.1
2010-11 RESULTS (35-3, 14-2 Big 12)
Date Opponent
Result
N12 Longwood (JTV)
W, 113-75
N15 Valparaiso (JTV)
W, 79-44
N19 North Texas (JTV)
W, 93-60
N23 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (JTV) W, 82-41
N26 vs. Ohio [OA] (JTV)
W, 98-41
N27 vs. Arizona [OA] (ESPN2)
W, 87-79
D2 UCLA (ESPN2)
W, 77-76
D7 vs. Memphis [MSG] (ESPN)
W, 81-68
D11 vs. Colorado State [SC] (ESPN2)
W, 76-55
D18 USC (ESPN)
W, 70-68
D22 at California (FSN)
W, 78-63
D29 UT-Arlington (ESPNU)
W, 82-57
J2 Miami (Ohio) (ESPNU)
W, 83-56
J5 UMKC (JTV)
W, 99-52
J9
at Michigan (CBS)
W, 67-60 (ot)
J12 at Iowa State* (ESPN2)
W, 84-79
J15 Nebraska* (ESPNU)
W, 63-60
J17 at Baylor* (ESPN)
W, 85-65
J22 Texas* (CBS)
L, 63-74
J25 at Colorado* (Big 12)
W, 82-78
J29 Kansas State* (ESPN)
W, 90-66
Big12Sports.com
Attendance
16,300
16,300
16,300
16,300
4,050
5,120
16,300
19,391
18,756
16,300
11,250
16,300
16,300
16,300
12,476
12,204
16,300
10,596
16,300
11,203
16,300
Date Opponent
F1
at Texas Tech* (ESPNU)
F5
at Nebraska* (Big 12)
F7 Missouri* (ESPN)
F12 Iowa State* (Big 12)
F14 at Kansas State* (ESPN)
F19 Colorado* (ESPN)
F21 Oklahoma State* (ESPN)
F26 at Oklahoma* (ESPN)
M2 Texas A&M* (ESPN2)
M5 at Missouri* (CBS)
M10 vs. Oklahoma State$ (ESPN2)
M11 vs. Colorado$ (Big 12)
M12 vs. Texas$ (ESPN)
M18 vs. Boston University# (TBS)
M20 vs. Illinois# (TNT)
M25 vs. Richmond# (TBS)
M27 vs. VCU# (CBS)
Result
W, 88-66
W, 86-66
W, 103-86
W, 89-66
L, 68-84
W, 89-63
W, 92-65
W, 82-70
W, 64-51
W, 70-66
W, 63-62
W, 90-83
W, 85-73
W, 72-53
W, 73-59
W, 77-57
L, 61-71
Attendance
9,055
13,602
16,300
16,300
12,528
16,300
16,300
10,994
16,300
15,061
18,910
18,910
18,940
14,353
15,839
14,566
14,299
* - Big 12 Conference game
$ - Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship, Kansas City, Mo.
# - NCAA Championship
(Big 12) - Big 12 Network
(JTV) - Jayhawk Television
[MSG] - Madison Square Gardens, New York, N.Y. [OA] - Orleans Arena, Las Vegas, Nev.
[SC] - Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
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KANSAS STATE WILDCATS
UNIVERSITY FACTS
Location..................................................... Manhattan, Kansas
Founded..............................................................................1863
Enrollment...................................................................... 23,566
Nickname.....................................................................Wildcats
Colors..........................................................Purple and White
Website.......................................................k-statesports.com
Arena (Capacity)....................Bramlage Coliseum (12,528)
President..................................................... Dr. Kirk H. Schulz
Director of Athletics........................................... John Currie
Faculty Athletics Representative....................Dr. Be Stoney
Senior Woman Administrator...............................Jill Shields
Basketball Media Relations Contact............... Tom Gilbert
Gilbert Office Phone...................................... 785/532-7979
Gilbert Cell Phone.......................................... 785/587-7868
Gilbert Email............................. [email protected]
Bramlage Coliseum Press Row..................... 785/539-3423
Lettermen Returning/Lost:................................................. 7/5
Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 3/2
All-Time Record
Seasons
107
W
1487
L
1058
Pct.
.584
 Kansas State earned the 25th NCAA bid in school
history last season. The Wildcats have made five
consecutive postseason appearances and are 11-4
all-time on their first day of NCAA play.
 The Wildcats have also notched five straight 20win seasons en route to their five consecutive
postseason showings. It marks the first time in
school history that KSU has earned a postseason
bid in five straight years.
 Junior guard Rodney McGruder was the only
Wildcat to start all 34 games last season. He led
KSU with 202 rebounds and finished second in
scoring with 11.1 points per game.
 Sophomore Will Spradling shot 87.5 percent from
the free throw line last season, leading all freshman
regulars in the Big 12. He was perfect from the
charity stripe in 11 different contests.  KSU has been nationally-ranked in the top 25 in 30
of the past 36 weeks. Prior to the current string,
the ‘Cats had been ranked a total of eight weeks
in the history of the Big 12. All-Time Conference R ec o r ds
Conference
MVIAA
Big Six
Big Seven
Big Eight
Big 12
W
115
58
93
321
101
688
L
99
138
39
211
139
626
2011-12 SCHEDULE
Team NoteBOOK
Pct.
.537
.296
.705
.603
.421
.524
November
6
Fort Hays State {exh.} (FSKC)
1:00 p.m.
11
Charleston Southern (FSKC) 7:00 p.m.
14
Loyola-Chicago (FSKC)
7:00 p.m.
22
Maryland-Eastern Shore (FSKC)
7:00 p.m.
December
1
George Washington (FSKC)
7:00 p.m.
4
at Virginia Tech (ESPNU)
4:30 p.m.
Wichita Wildcat Classic,Wichita, Kan.
8
vs. West Virginia [IBA] (ESPN2)
8:00 p.m.
11
North Florida (FSKC)
1:00 p.m.
Hy-Vee Wildcat Classic, Kansas City, Mo.
17
vs. Alabama [SC] (ESPNU)
9:00 p.m.
Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii
22
vs. Southern Illinois [SSC] (ESPNU)
4:30 p.m.
23
vs. Clemson/UTEP [SSC] (ESPNU) 2/4:30 p.m.
25
vs. To Be Determined [SSC]
TBA
31
Howard (FSKC)
1:00 p.m.
January
4
at
7
10
14
at
18
21
at
25
at
28
31
at
Kansas* (Big 12) Missouri* (Big 12)
Baylor* (FSKC)
Oklahoma* (Big 12)
Texas* (ESPN2)
Oklahoma State* (Big 12)
Texas Tech* (ESPNU)
Oklahoma* (FSKC)
Iowa State* (FSKC)
7:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m
8:00 p.m.
February
4
7
11
at
13
18
at
21
at
25
28
at
Texas A&M* (Big 12)
Texas Tech* (Big 12)
Texas* (ESPN)
Kansas* (ESPN)
Baylor* (Big 12)
Missouri* (ESPN2)
Iowa State* (Big 12)
Texas A&M* (ESPN2)
3:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
March
3
Oklahoma State* (Big 12)
12:30 p.m.
All times Central
TV listings and times are subject to change
* - Big 12 Conference game
(Big 12) – Big 12 Network
(FSKC) – Fox Sports Kansas City
[IBA] – INTRUST Bank Arena,Wichita, Kan.
[SC] – Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
[SSC] – Stan Sheriff Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
2011-12 ROSTER
No.
20
42
21
3
24
12
22
40
10
13
33
32
1
55
14
11
Name
Adrian Diaz
Thomas Gipson
Jordan Henriquez
Martavious Irving
Jeremy Jones
Omari Lawrence
Rodney McGruder
Shawn Meyer
Victor Ojeleye
Angel Rodriguez
Brian Rohleder
Jamar Samuels
Shane Southwell
Will Spradling
James Watson
Nino Williams
Pos.
F
F
F
G
G
G
G
G
F
G
G
F
G
G
F
F
Ht.
7-0
6-7
7-0
6-1
6-2
6-4
6-4
6-5
6-6
5-11
6-3
6-7
6-6
6-3
6-8
6-5
Wt.
220
245
245
209
165
220
205
210
226
165
210
220
220
170
225
190
Class
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
So.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Hometown/Previous School(s)
Miami, Fla./Hialeah-Miami Lakes
Cedar Hill, Texas/Cedar Hill
Port Chester, N.Y./The Winchendon School [Mass.]
Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Boyd Anderson
Chicago, Ill./Simeon/Seward Country [Kan.] Community College
Bronx, N.Y./South Kent [Conn.]/St. John’s
Washington, D.C./Arlington Country Day [Fla.]
Lee’s Summit, Mo./Blue Springs South
Ottawa, Kan./Ottawa/The Patterson School [N.C.]
Miami, Fla./Krop
Wichita, Kan./Bishop Carroll
Washington, D.C./The Patterson School [N.C.]
Bronx, N.Y./Rice
Overland Park, Kan./Shawnee Mission South
Atoka, Okla./Cowley [Kan.] College
Leavenworth, Kan./Leavenworth
Head Coach: Frank Martin (Florida International ‘93)
Associate Head Coach: Brad Underwood (Kansas State ‘86)
Assistant Coaches: Matt Figger (Eastern Kentucky ‘95), Lamont Evans (Kansas State, ‘09)
Director of Basketball Operations: Andy Assaley (Cincinnati ‘96)
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2011-12 Big 12 Men’s Basketball Media Guide
KANSAS STATE WILDCATS
2011-12 NEWCOMERS
Adrian Diaz, F, 7-0, 220, Fr./Miami, Fla./Hialeah-Miami Lakes
Led his high school to a 23-5 overall record his senior year, including a 14-0 mark
in Class 6A District 13.
Posted 24.7 points per game in the state tournament, including a career-best 37
points in a 65-51 overtime win in the Region 4-6A quarterfinals.
Thomas Gipson, F, 6-7, 245, Fr./Cedar Hill,Texas/Cedar Hill
Ranked among the top 35 at his position by a number of outlets including
Rivals.com (No. 24) and ESPN Scouts, Inc. (No. 32).
Helped his high school team to a 33-4 overall record as a senior, including a
District 5-5A title with a 12-1 mark, as a senior in 2010-11.
Jeremy Jones, G, 6-2, 165, Jr./Chicago, Ill./Seward County CC [Kan.]
Helped Seward County to a Jayhawk West Conference title and a berth in the
Region VI Championship game.
Started 30 of 34 games last season, averaging a team-best 18.6 points and 4.5
assists, while shooting 48.9 percent.
Omari Lawrence, G, 6-4, 220, So./Bronx, N.Y./St. John's
Played for St. Johns during the 2009-10 season, helping the Red Storm to a 17-16
overall record and a trip to the NIT.
Prepped at the South Kent School where he boosted the Cardinals to a 26-7
record and an appearance in the New England Preparatory School Athletic
Council title game in 2008-09.
Shawn Meyer, G, 6-5, 210, Fr./Lee’s Summit, Mo./Blue Springs South
Twice named first-team all-district, all-area and all-conference during his high
school tenure.
Broke the Blue Springs South single-game scoring mark with 36 points and also
holds the record for most field goals made in a game (14).
Angel Rodriguez, G, 5-11, 165, Fr., Miami, Fla./Krop
Rated as the No. 4 prospect in the Sunshine State by FloridaHoops.com and
tabbed a two-time first-team All-Class 6A selection.
Named the Miami Herald’s 2009-10 Class 6A Player of the Year, second team
All-Florida and to first-team All-Dade County three times.
Head Coach
FRANK MARTIN
Alma Mater: Florida International, 1993
Record at Kansas State: 95-43 (4 seasons)
Overall Record: 95-43 (4 seasons)
Coaching Experience: Head Coach, Kansas State, 2007 - present (95-43)
Assistant Coach, Kansas State, 2006-07
Assistant Coach, Cincinnati, 2004-06
Assistant Coach, Northeastern, 2000-04
Head Coach, Booker T. Washington High School,1999-00
Head Coach, Coast-to-Coast Basketball Club, 1998-99
Head Coach, Miami Senior High School, 1995-98
Head Coach, North Miami Senior High School, 1993-95
Assistant Coach, Miami Senior High School, 1985-93
Date Hired at KSU:
Basketball Playing
Experience:
Education:
Personal:
Basketball Office:
Administrative
Assistant: April 6, 2007
None
Bachelor’s, Physical Education,
Florida International (1993)
Date of Birth: March 23, 1966
Wife: Anya
Children: Brandon, Amalia, Christian
785/532-6531
Amanda Steffens
Year-by-Year Coaching Record
Year 2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
School
Kansas State
Kansas State
Kansas State
Kansas State
Overall
21-12
22-12
29-8
23-11
Conf.
League Tourn.
10-6 (3rd)
0-1
9-7 (t4th)
0-1
11-5 (t2nd)
2-1
10-6 (t3rd)
0-1
Postseason
NCAA (1-1)
NIT (1-1)
NCAA (2-1)
NCAA (1-1)
Brian Rohleder, G, 6-3, 210, Fr./Wichita, Kan./Bishop Carroll
Selected honorable mention Class 5A and first team All-City by the Wichita Eagle
as a senior after posting 13 points, six rebounds and three assists per game. James Watson, F, 6-8, 225, Jr./Atoka, Okla./Cowley College [Kan.]
Spent the past season at Cowley College, guiding the Tigers to a 25-8 overall
record and a tie for second in the Jayhawk East Conference.
Scored in double figures 16 times, including three 20-point efforts, with four
double-doubles during the 2009-10 campaign.
kansas STATE head Coaches
T om G ilbert
M edia R elations C ontact
Big12Sports.com
Coach
Mike Ahearn
Guy Lowman
Carl J. Merner
Z.G. Clevinger
E.A. Knoth
E.C. Curtis
Charles Corsaut
Frank Root
Chili Cochrane
Cliff Rock
Fritz Knorr
Jack Gardner
Tex Winter
Cotton Fitzsimmons
Jack Hartman
Lon Kruger
Dana Altman
Tom Asbury
Jim Wooldridge
Bob Huggins
Frank Martin
Years
Seasons W
1906-11
5
28
1911-14
3
34
1914-16
2
19
1916-20
4
54
1920-21
1
14
1921-23
2
5
1923-33
10
90
1933-39
6
38
1942-43
1
6
1943-44
1
7
1944-46
2
14
1939-42, 46-53 10
147
1953-68
15
261
1968-70
2
33
1970-86
16
295
1986-90
4
82
1990-94
4
68
1994-00
6
85
2000-06
6
83
2006-07
1
23
2007-present
4
95
L
27
16
15
17
5
28
80
72
14
15
33
81
118
21
169
45
54
88
90
12
43
Conf.
Pct. Titles
.509
.680
.559
.761
2
.737
0
.152
0
.529
0
.345
0
.300
0
.318
0
.298
0
.645
3
.689
6
.611
1
.636
3
.646
0
.557
0
.491
0
.480
0
.657
0
.688
0
NCAA
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0
0
0
0
2
6
1
7
4
1
1
0
0
3
NIT
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1
0
2
2
0
1
1
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2010-11 OVERALL STATISTICS
#
00
22
24
32
55
33
15
12
03
21
11
04
02
10
01
31
TM
TOTAL
3-POINTERS
REBOUNDS
Player
GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A
Pullen, Jacob
31 31 1012 32.6 191 448 .426 74 194 .381 170 220 .773 20 70 90 2.9 55 0 115
McGruder, Rodney34 34 1040 30.6 130 296 .439 69 169 .408 49 69 .710 68 134 202 5.9 61 0 52
Kelly, Curtis
25 22 634 25.4 108 203 .532 1 1
1.000 46 86 .535 54 83 137 5.5 74 4 39
Samuels, Jamar
33 21 808 24.5 95 230 .413 9 39
.231 81 124 .653 77 101 178 5.4 111 4 48
Spradling, Will
34 6 745 21.9 62 156 .397 40 108 .370 52 63 .825 15 41 56 1.6 66 1 63
Judge, Wally
17 11 259 15.2 35 81
.432 0 0
.000 24 52 .462 31 34 65 3.8 41 3 16
Asprilla, Freddy 16 13 260 16.3 33 66
.500 0 0
.000 12 36 .333 42 37 79 4.9 45 2 10
Russell, Nick
25 14 305 12.2 33 89
.371 13 43
.302 27 32 .844 8 39 47 1.9 43 1 29
Irving, Martavious 33 0 501 15.2 50 122 .410 17 49
.347 16 35 .457 13 27 40 1.2 43 1 31
Henriquez, Jordan 34 1 463 13.6 47 103 .456 0 0
.000 31 58 .534 57 89 146 4.3 77 4 13
Williams, Nino
3 0 19 6.3 3 5
.600 1 2
.500 0 2
.000 1 3 4 1.3 2 0 0
Myles, Juevol
19 0 90 4.7 12 19
.632 6 7
.857 9 16 .563 2 4 6 0.3 8 0 9
Peterson, Devon 16 0 75 4.7 12 22
.545 1 1
1.000 6 10 .600 2 8 10 0.6 14 1 5
Ojeleye,Victor
24 0 193 8.0 18 39
.462 3 7
.429 5 8
.625 18 21 39 1.6 16 0 5
Southwell, Shane 30 17 377 12.6 19 56
.339 3 11
.273 14 17 .824 17 46 63 2.1 35 2 39
Potuzak, Alex
10 0 19 1.9 1 4
.250 0 0
.000 0 0
.000 2 1 3 0.3 1 0 0
TEAM
63 52 115 3.4 0
Kansas State
34
849 1939 .438 237 631 .376 542 828 .655 490 790 128037.6 692 23 474
Opponents
34
751 1782 .421 178 507 .351 569 803 .709 350 708 105831.1 740 23 371
TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
95 4 49 626 20.2
48 8 24 378 11.1
66 33 20 263 10.5
52 15 23 280 8.5
40 1 28 216 6.4
28 6 3 94 5.5
23 17 7 78 4.9
30 4 9 106 4.2
25 2 11 133 4.0
19 43 8 125 3.7
1 1 1 7 2.3
10 0 2 39 2.1
3 0 5 31 1.9
6 6 6 44 1.8
37 14 12 55 1.8
3 0 0 2 0.2
12
0
498 154 208 247772.9
524 113 224 224966.1
2010-11 CONFERENCE ONLY STATISTICS
#
00
22
24
32
55
12
21
03
02
33
01
15
04
10
31
TM
TOTAL
3-POINTERS Player
GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct
Pullen, Jacob
16 16 547 34.2 99 238 .416 39 97
.402 105 132 .795
McGruder, Rodney16 16 517 32.3 63 139 .453 31 74
.419 25 33 .758
Kelly, Curtis
14 14 356 25.4 59 108 .546 1 1
1.000 18 35 .514
Samuels, Jamar
16 16 413 25.8 35 89
.393 6 18
.333 44 60 .733
Spradling, Will
16 0 340 21.3 29 77
.377 20 60
.333 28 34 .824
Russell, Nick
9 2 104 11.6 10 23
.435 5 13
.385 10 12 .833
Henriquez, Jordan 16 0 252 15.8 24 51
.471 0 0
.000 13 20 .650
Irving, Martavious 16 0 217 13.6 17 48
.354 6 20
.300 9 18 .500
Peterson, Devon 8 0 43 5.4 8 13
.615 1 1
1.000 5 6
.833
Judge, Wally
5 2 58 11.6 4 15
.267 0 0
.000 5 8
.625
Southwell, Shane 15 14 270 18.0 14 40
.350 2 9
.222 7 9
.778
Asprilla, Freddy 2 0 21 10.5 2 2
1.000 0 0
.000 0 2
.000
Myles, Juevol
9 0 27 3.0 4 7
.571 1 1
1.000 3 4
.750
Ojeleye,Victor
9 0 30 3.3 2 4
.500 0 0
.000 3 4
.750
Potuzak, Alex
4 0 5
1.3 0 0
.000 0 0
.000 0 0
.000
TEAM
Kansas State
16
370 854 .433 112 294 .381 275 377 .729
Opponents
16
356 822 .433 83 235 .353 283 394 .718
REBOUNDS
Off Def Tot
10 30 40
29 62 91
33 47 80
31 40 71
7 22 29
3 14 17
31 43 74
3 15 18
1 5 6
6 4 10
10 32 42
3 2 5
1 1 2
4 5 9
0 0 0
30 24 54
202 346 548
167 320 487
Avg PF FO A
2.5 30 0 54
5.7 31 0 19
5.7 49 4 20
4.4 57 3 19
1.8 32 1 29
1.9 13 0 8
4.6 49 3 8
1.1 23 1 8
0.8 9 0 2
2.0 15 2 4
2.8 22 2 30
2.5 7 1 0
0.2 1 0 1
1.0 2 0 1
0.0 0 0 0
3.4 0
34.2 340 17 203
30.4 346 9 181
TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
51 3 24 342 21.4
24 3 9 182 11.4
40 23 9 137 9.8
27 7 9 120 7.5
17 0 13 106 6.6
10 2 4 35 3.9
10 24 3 61 3.8
11 0 5 49 3.1
3 0 4 22 2.8
7 1 0 13 2.6
27 11 9 37 2.5
0 0 0 4 2.0
2 0 1 12 1.3
1 1 0 7 0.8
0 0 0 0 0.0
8
0
238 75 90 112770.4
236 54 113 107867.4
2010-11 RESULTS (23-11, 10-6 Big 12)
Date N12
N16
N18
N22 vs.
N23 vs.
N26
N29
D3 at
D6
D11 at
D18 vs.
D21 vs.
D23
D31
J3
J8
at
J12
J15
J17 at
28
Opponent
James Madison (ESPNU)
Virginia Tech (ESPN)
Presbyterian (FSKC)
Gonzaga [SC] (ESPN2)
Duke [SC] (ESPN2)
Texas Southern (Cox 22)
Emporia State (FSKC)
Washington State (FSN)
Alcorn State (FSKC)
Loyola-Chicago (FSKC)
Florida (FSKC)
UNLV [SC] (ESPN2)
UMKC (FSKC)
North Florida (FSKC)
Savannah State (FSKC)
Oklahoma State* (ESPN2)
Colorado* (ESPNU)
Texas Tech* (Big 12)
Missouri* (ESPN)
Result
W, 75-61
W, 73-57
W, 76-67
W, 81-64
L, 68-82
W, 84-60
W, 85-61
W, 63-58
W, 89-55
W, 68-60
L, 44-57
L, 59-63
W, 80-64
W, 100-76
W, 92-61
L, 62-76
L, 66-74
W, 94-60
L, 59-75
Attendance
12,528
12,528
12,528
18,630
18,696
12,528
12,528
11,671
12,528
4,821
13,489
18,422
11,565
12,528
9,831
11,330
12,528
12,528
15,061
Date J22 at
J24
J29 at
F2
F5
at
F12 at
F14
F19
F23 at
F26
F28 at
M5
M10 vs.
M17 vs.
M19 vs.
Opponent
Texas A&M* (ESPN)
Baylor* (ESPN)
Kansas* (ESPN)
Nebraska* (Big 12)
Iowa State* (Big 12)
Colorado* (ESPNU)
Kansas* (ESPN)
Oklahoma* (Big 12)
Nebraska* (ESPNU)
Missouri* (ESPN)
Texas* (ESPN)
Iowa State* (Big 12)
Colorado$ (Big 12)
Utah State# (truTV)
Wisconsin# (TNT)
Result
L, 56-64
W, 69-61
L, 66-90
W, 69-53
W, 86-85
L, 56-58
W, 84-68
W, 77-62
W, 61-57
W, 80-70
W, 75-70
W, 67-55
L, 75-87
W, 73-68
L, 65-70
Attendance
12,715
12,528
16,300
12,528
12,411
11,052
12,528
12,528
12,178
12,528
16,734
12,528
18,910
10,293
11,267
* - Big 12 Conference game
$ - Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship, Kansas City, Mo.
# - NCAA Tournament
(Big 12) - Big 12 Network
(FSKC) - Fox Sports Kansas City
[SC]– Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
2011-12 Big 12 Men’s Basketball Media Guide
MISSOURI TIGERS
UNIVERSITY FACTS
Location.................................................... Columbia, Missouri
Founded.............................................................................. 1839
Enrollment....................................................................... 32,000
Nickname.......................................................................... Tigers
Colors...................................................... Old Gold and Black
Website............................................................... mutigers.com
Arena (Capacity)............................. Mizzou Arena (15,061)
Chancellor.......................................................Brady J. Deaton
Director of Athletics.....................................Michael F. Alden
Faculty Athletics Representative...........................Lori Franz
Senior Woman Administrator......................Sarah Reesman
Basketball Media Relations Contact......To Be Determined
Media Relations Main Office Phone.............573/882-3241
Mizzou Arena Press Row................................573/882-1442
Lettermen Returning/Lost..................................................9/2
Starters Returning/Lost.......................................................5/0
W
1503
 Missouri finished the 2010-11 campaign as one of
four teams nationally (Iowa State, Texas, Detroit)
to have five players averaging double digits in
scoring. All five return for MU this year.
 The Tigers bring back 89.5 percent of their scoring,
89.1 percent of their rebounding, 90.0 percent of
their assists and 92.1 percent of their steals from
last season.  Senior guard Marcus Denmon is the lone honoree
back from the 2011 All-Big 12 First Team. He
finished the season strong, scoring 19 points or
more in seven of his last nine outings.  The Tigers were second nationally in steals with
9.7 per game a year ago. Mizzou has led the Big 12
in the category four times in the last five seasons,
placing in the top five nationally each time.
 Sophomore guard Phil Pressey set a MU freshman
record with 117 assists while finishing one behind
the school’s freshman steals mark (61). Both totals
led all Big 12 freshmen in 2010-11.
All-Time Record
Seasons
105
L
1040
W
173
96
67
287
125
748
L
107
100
65
245
115
632
October
30
at Missouri Southern {exh.} (ESPNU)
November
2
Truman State {exh.} (MSN)
7
Central Missouri {exh.} (MSN)
11
Southeast Missouri State (MSN)
CBE Classic, Columbia, Mo.
14
Mercer (MSN)
17
Niagara (MSN)
CBE Classic, Kansas City, Mo.
21
vs. Notre Dame [SC] (ESPN2)
22
vs. California/Georgia [SC] (ESPN2/U)
27
Binghamton (MSN)
Pct.
.618
.490
.508
.539
.521
.542
6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
TBA
2:00 p.m.
December
2
Northwestern State (MSN)
7:00 p.m.
Jimmy V Classic, New York, N.Y.
6
vs. Villanova [MSG] (ESPN)
6:00 p.m.
10
Navy (MSN)
TBA
15
Kennesaw State (MSN)
7:00 p.m.
18
William & Mary (MSN)
2:00 p.m.
Busch Braggin’ Rights Game, St. Louis, Mo.
22
vs. Illinois [STC] (ESPN2) 8:00 p.m.
30
at Old Dominion (ESPNU)
6:00 p.m.
January
3
Oklahoma* (MSN)
7:00 p.m.
7
at Kansas State* (Big 12)
12:30 p.m.
11
at Iowa State* (Big 12)
7:00 p.m.
14
Texas* (ESPN2)
Noon
16
Texas A&M* (ESPN)
4:30 p.m.
21
at Baylor* (ESPN)
1:00 p.m.
25
at Oklahoma State* (ESPN2)
6:30 p.m.
28
Texas Tech* (Big 12)
12:30 p.m.
30
at Texas* (ESPN)
8:00 p.m.
February
4
6
at
11
15
18
at
21
25
at
29
Pct.
.591
All-Time Conferen c e R ec o r ds
Conference
MVIAA
Big Six
Big Seven
Big Eight
Big 12
2011-12 SCHEDULE
Team NoteBOOK
Kansas* (ESPN/3D)
Oklahoma* (ESPNU)
Baylor* (Big 12)
Oklahoma State* (ESPN2)
Texas A&M* (ESPN/2)
Kansas State* (ESPN2)
Kansas* (CBS)
Iowa State* (Big 12)
March
3
at Texas Tech* (Big 12)
All times Central
TV listings and times are subject to change
* - Big 12 Conference game
(MSN) – Mizzou Sports Network
(Big 12) – Big 12 Network
[SC] – Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
[MSG] – Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.
[STC] – Scottrade Center, St. Louis, Mo.
8:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
2011-12 ROSTER
No.
23
21
12
11
24
31
15
4
32
3
1
10
33
25
Name
Keion Bell
Laurence Bowers
Marcus Denmon Michael Dixon Kim English Danny Feldmann
Kadeem Green
Tony Lester
Steve Moore Matt Pressey
Phil Pressey
Ricardo Ratliffe
Earnest Ross
Jarrett Sutton Pos.
G
F
G
G
G
F
F
G
C G
G
F
G
G
Ht.
6-3
6-8
6-3 6-1 6-6 6-9
6-8
5-10
6-9 6-2
5-10
6-9
6-5
6-4 Wt.
200
221
185 185 200
215
210
179
267
195
175
240
222
190 Class
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Sr.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Hometown/Previous School(s)
Los Angeles, Calif./Pasadena/Pepperdine
Memphis, Tenn./St. George’s
Kansas City, Mo./Hogan Prep
Kansas City, Mo./Lee’s Summit West
Baltimore, Md./Randallstown/Notre Dame Prep
Jefferson City, Mo./Helias/Columbia
Toronto, Canada/United Faith Academy [N.C.]
Gastonia, N.C./Gaston Day/Tilton School
Kansas City, Mo./Truman
Dallas, Texas/Cushing Academy/Navarro CC
Dallas, Texas/Dallas Episcopal
Hampton,Va./Kecoughtan/Central Florida CC
Cary, N.C./Panther Creek/Auburn
Kansas City, Mo./Oak Park
Head Coach: Frank Haith (Elon ‘88)
Assistant Coaches: Tim Fuller (Wake Forest ‘00), Ernie Nestor (Alderson-Broaddus College, ‘68), Isaac Chew (Avila ‘99)
Director of Basketball Operations: Toby Lane (Wichita State, ‘93)
Big12Sports.com
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MISSOURI TIGERS
2011-12 NEWCOMERS
Tony Lester, G, 5-10, 179, Fr./Gastonia, N.C./Gaston Day/Tilton School
As a senior, averaged 17.0 points and seven assists for Gaston Day.
Earned Team MVP and an all-conference pick last season after leading his school
to a 22-10 overall record and a spot in the NCISAA 2A quarterfinals.
Played one year of prep basketball at Tilton, helping his club to a 25-6 record and
the NEPSACAA Championship.
Head Coach
FRANK HAITH
Alma Mater: Elon College, 1988
Record at Missouri: 0-0 (1st season)
Overall Record: 129-101 (7 seasons)
Coaching Experience: Head Coach, Missouri, 2011 - present (0-0)
Head Coach, Miami, 2004-11 (129-101)
Assistant Head Coach, Texas, 2003-04
Assistant Coach, Wake Forest, 1997-01
Associate Head Coach, Texas A&M, 1992-95
Assistant Coach, Penn State, 1995-96
Assistant Coach, Texas A&M, 1992-95
Assistant Coach, UNC Wilmington, 1990-92
Graduate Assistant, Wake Forest, 1989-90
Assistant Coach, Elon College, 1986-89
Date Hired at MU:
April 5, 2011
Education:
B.S., Physical Education, Elon College (1988)
Personal:
Date of Birth: November 3, 1965
Wife: Pam
Children: Corey, Brianna
Basketball Office:
573/882-0715
Administrative Assistant: Latisha Mayes
Year-by-Year Coaching Record
Year 2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
School
Miami (Fla.)
Miami (Fla.)
Miami (Fla.)
Miami (Fla.)
Miami (Fla.)
Miami (Fla.)
Miami (Fla.)
MISSOURI head Coaches
Coach
Isadore Anderson
A.M. Ebright
Guy Lowman
Chester Brewer
O.F. Field
Eugene Van Gent
John Miller
Walter Meanwell
Craig Ruby
George Bond
George Edwards
Wilbur Stalcup
Bob Vanatta
Norm Stewart
Quin Snyder
Melvin Watkins
Mike Anderson
30
Years
Seasons
1906-07
1
1907-08
1
1908-10
2
1910-11
1
1911-14
3
1914-16
2
1916-17, 18-19 2
1917-18, 19-20 2
1920-22
2
1922-26
4
1926-46
20
1946-62
16
1962-67
5
1967-99
32
1999-06
7
2006
1
2006-11
5
W
10
8
19
5
22
21
26
34
33
34
181
195
42
634
126
2
111
L
6
10
15
7
27
9
7
2
2
38
172
179
80
333
91
5
57
Pct.
.625
.444
.559
.417
.449
.700
.788
.944
.943
.472
.513
.521
.344
.656
.581
.286
.661
Conf.
Titles
—
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
0
3
0
0
8
0
0
1
Overall
16-13
18-16
12-20
23-11
19-13
20-13
21-15
Conf.
League Tourn.
7-9 (t6th)
0-1
7-9 (t7th)
1-1
4-12 (12th)
1-1
8-8 (t5th)
1-1
7-9 (t7th)
0-1
4-12 (12th)
2-1
6-10 (9th)
1-1
Postseason
NIT (0-1)
NIT (2-1)
NCAA (1-1)
NIT (1-1)
NIT (2-1)
NCAA
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1
0
0
16
4
0
3
NIT
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0
0
0
5
2
0
0
2011-12 Big 12 Men’s Basketball Media Guide
MISSOURI TIGERS
2010-11 OVERALL STATISTICS
#
12
21
10
11
24
01
23
03
02
32
35
25
TM
TOTAL
3-POINTERS
REBOUNDS
Player
GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A
Denmon, Marcus 34 33 1035 30.4 199 398 .500 82 183 .448 94 124 .758 33 86 119 3.5 56 0 61
Bowers, Laurence 34 27 843 24.8 155 293 .529 0 8
.000 84 112 .750 86 121 207 6.1 100 3 46
Ratliffe, Ricardo 34 29 833 24.5 156 273 .571 4 15
.267 44 69 .638 89 115 204 6.0 108 5 39
Dixon, Michael
32 17 715 22.3 98 243 .403 38 98
.388 94 114 .825 23 58 81 2.5 71 1 113
English, Kim
34 30 869 25.6 106 290 .366 52 142 .366 77 106 .726 16 89 105 3.1 58 1 67
Pressey, Phil
30 12 668 22.3 65 168 .387 30 83
.361 35 46 .761 25 43 68 2.3 62 2 117
Safford, Justin
34 12 585 17.2 83 200 .415 9 33
.273 42 54 .778 36 87 123 3.6 59 0 30
Pressey, Matt
33 10 579 17.5 66 160 .413 12 46
.261 45 65 .692 17 44 61 1.8 45 0 53
Kreklow, Ricky
32 0 315 9.8 22 64
.344 13 46
.283 10 17 .588 12 30 42 1.3 38 0 16
Moore, Steve
34 0 392 11.5 28 44
.636 2 6
.333 10 16 .625 21 58 79 2.3 84 3 15
Underwood, John 4 0 10 2.5 2 2
1.000 0 0
.000 1 2
.500 0 1 1 0.3 5 0 0
Sutton, Jarrett
13 0 31 2.4 3 10
.300 3 9
.333 1 2
.500 1 3 4 0.3 2 0 1
TEAM
66 37 103 3.0 1
Missouri
34
983 2145 .458 245 669 .366 537 727 .739 425 772 119735.2 689 15 558
Opponents
34
851 1943 .438 197 577 .341 536 775 .692 439 827 126637.2 647 15 460
TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
32 4 61 574 16.9
46 62 38 394 11.6
34 45 8 360 10.6
58 2 56 328 10.3
67 11 42 341 10.0
65 1 61 195 6.5
38 3 7 217 6.4
46 7 25 189 5.7
27 1 19 67 2.1
13 32 10 68 2.0
1 3 0 5 1.3
0 0 2 10 0.8
4
0
431 171 329 274880.8
614 96 198 243571.6
2010-11 CONFERENCE ONLY STATISTICS
#
12
21
10
11
24
01
23
03
32
02
25
TM
TOTAL
3-POINTERS Player
GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct
Denmon, Marcus 16 16 485 30.3 94 186 .505 31 76
.408 45 64 .703
Bowers, Laurence 16 9 385 24.1 75 137 .547 0 3
.000 37 48 .771
Ratliffe, Ricardo 16 16 391 24.4 69 116 .595 3 8
.375 20 32 .625
Dixon, Michael
16 5 327 20.4 48 128 .375 21 53
.396 39 49 .796
English, Kim
16 13 398 24.9 42 128 .328 21 62
.339 41 53 .774
Pressey, Phil
16 10 379 23.7 37 93
.398 23 55
.418 20 24 .833
Safford, Justin
16 7 256 16.0 29 79
.367 5 21
.238 17 21 .810
Pressey, Matt
16 4 287 17.9 26 73
.356 4 20
.200 20 29 .690
Moore, Steve
16 0 175 10.9 8 12
.667 0 1
.000 7 10 .700
Kreklow, Ricky
16 0 137 8.6 6 26
.231 2 19
.105 3 5
.600
Sutton, Jarrett
3 0 5
1.7 1 1
1.000 1 1
1.000 0 0
.000
TEAM
Missouri
16
435 979 .444 111 319 .348 249 335 .743
Opponents
16
423 927 .456 81 231 .351 251 369 .680
REBOUNDS
Off Def Tot
15 32 47
38 60 98
45 45 90
16 29 45
7 43 50
8 24 32
15 36 51
7 24 31
8 27 35
1 7 8
0 0 0
29 19 48
189 346 535
214 401 615
Avg PF FO A
2.9 30 0 21
6.1 41 1 16
5.6 50 4 19
2.8 40 1 41
3.1 26 1 22
2.0 38 2 62
3.2 27 0 12
1.9 23 0 25
2.2 37 1 9
0.5 15 0 5
0.0 1 0 1
3.0 0
33.4 328 10 233
38.4 310 8 220
TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
12 1 24 264 16.5
19 29 22 187 11.7
15 21 1 161 10.1
30 2 23 156 9.8
31 6 13 146 9.1
36 1 34 117 7.3
16 1 3 80 5.0
21 5 11 76 4.8
7 11 6 23 1.4
10 1 10 17 1.1
0 0 0 3 1.0
0
0
197 78 147 123076.9
266 45 90 117873.6
2010-11 RESULTS (23-11, 8-8 Big 12)
Date N18
N20
N23 vs.
N24 vs.
N28
N30 vs.
D2 at
D8
D11
D16
D18
D22 vs.
D27
D30
J5
J8
at
J12
J15 at
J17
J22
J29 at
Opponent
Western Illinois (MSN)
North Florida (MSN)
Wyoming [APR] (CBSCS)
La Salle [APR] (CBSCS)
Arkansas-Pine Bluff (MSN)
Georgetown [SC] (ESPNU)
Oregon (FSN)
Vanderbilt (ESPNU)
Presbyterian (MSN)
Oral Roberts (MSN)
Central Arkansas (MSN)
Illinois [STC] (ESPN2)
Northern Illinois (MSN)
Old Dominion (MSN)
North Alabama (MSN)
Colorado* (Big 12)
Nebraska* (MSN)
Texas A&M* (ESPN2)
Kansas State*(ESPN)
Iowa State* (ESPNU)
Texas* (ESPNU)
Big12Sports.com
Result
W, 66-61
W, 96-58
W, 72-62
W, 83-71
W, 91-63
L, 102-111 (ot)
W, 83-80
W, 85-82 (ot)
W, 70-55
W, 81-62
W, 116-63
W, 75-64
W, 97-61
W, 81-58
W, 98-58
L, 76-89
W, 77-69
L, 89-91 (ot)
W, 75-59
W, 87-54
L, 58-71
Attn.
8,558
7,134
330
415
6,361
14,647
6,843
11,168
8,618
8,130
7,924
21,906
10,776
13,107
8,367
8,694
11,358
11,005
15,061
15,061
16,734
Date Opponent
F2
at Oklahoma State* (ESPN2)
F5 Colorado* (MSN)
F7
at Kansas* (ESPN)
F12 Oklahoma* (Big 12)
F15 Texas Tech* (ESPN2)
F19 at Iowa State* (Big 12)
F23 Baylor* (ESPN2)
F26 at Kansas State* (ESPN)
M1 at Nebraska* (Big 12)
M5 Kansas* (CBS)
M9 vs. Texas Tech$ (Big 12)
M10 vs. Texas A&M$ (ESPN2)
M17 vs. Cincinnati# (TNT)
Result
L, 70-76
W, 89-73
L, 86-103
W, 84-61
W, 92-84
W, 76-70
W, 77-59
L, 70-80
L, 58-69
L, 66-70
W, 88-84
L, 71-86
L, 63-78
Attn.
10,515
14,288
16,300
14,265
10,488
12,691
14,297
12,528
10,921
15,061
18,910
18,910
17,706
* - Big 12 Conference game
$ - Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship, Kansas City, Mo.
# - NCAA Championship
(Big 12) - Big 12 Network
(CBSCS) - CBS College Sports
(MSN) - Mizzou Sports Network
[APR] - Adventura Palace Resort, Cancun, Mexico
[STC] - Scottrade Center, St. Louis, Mo.
[SC] - Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
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