Mount St. Mary`s - Northeast Conference

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Mount St. Mary`s - Northeast Conference
Mount St. Mary’s
NEC Predicted Finish: 1st
Mountaineers
2007-08 Record: 19-15, 11-7 NEC
Talk about a turnaround. Sporting a 10-13 record heading
into the home stretch last season, the Mount began to clamp
down on the defensive end of the floor at the same time the
team began to take advantage of transition opportunities.
In compiling a 9-1 record from February 7th to the team’s
NCAA win over Coppin State on March 18th, Mount St.
Mary’s averaged 75.0 ppg, allowed 64.4 ppg and shot 48.2
percent from the field. Prior to the hot stretch, the Mount
had averaged 66.5 ppg, permitted 67.1 ppg and converted
just 42.8 percent of its attempts from the floor.
Following the program’s first NEC championship since 1999, the best may
be yet to come for Mount St. Mary’s. After a 6-6 start against conference
opposition, the installation of an up-tempo attack proved to be the catalyst
for the Mount, which won five of its last six league outings to enter the postseason with momentum, then completed a Cinderella run as the #4 seed with double
digit wins over Quinnipiac, regular season champion Robert Morris and Sacred
Heart, the latter two coming on the road. With fifth year head coach Milan Brown
pushing all the right buttons, Mount St. Mary’s capped its year with the first NCAA
win in school history, a 69-60 triumph over Coppin State, before entering the national
spotlight with a matchup at top-ranked North Carolina.
Fast forward six months and the focus has now shifted to delivering another NEC title
back to Emmitsburg, a goal well within reach considering the team’s commitment to defense and the proven firepower returning in 2008-09.
Jeremy Goode
One of the most scintillating players in the conference, Goode took his game to
another level last season when he led the Mountaineers to their first NEC title since
1999. The jet-quick point guard led the NEC in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.65:1),
and finished third in assists (5.5), fourth in steals (2.0) and ninth in scoring (14.5).
Possessing the ability to control the tempo of the game, beat pressure and excel as a
decision-maker, Goode has an opportunity to become one of the top playmakers in
league annals. With 337 assists after two seasons, the Charlotte, NC native leads
all active NEC players in the category and has already cracked the top-50 in career
helpers. If Goode maintains the pace he has set over his first two years, he could
end his career as the second-leading distributor in conference history.
Mount St. Mary’s Roster
No
0
1
4
5
10
11
20
22
31
34
40
45
Player
Jean Cajou
Jeremy Goode*
Kelly Beidler
Pierre Brown
Shawn Atupem
Will Holland*
Kevin Jones
John Schwarz
Danny Thompson
Tayvon Jackson
Sam Atupem*
Markus Mitchell*
Pos
G
G
F
F
F
G/F
G
F
F
F/C
F
F
Ht
6-3
5-9
6-5
6-5
6-7
6-4
5-8
6-7
6-7
6-7
6-7
6-7
Wt
180
170
205
220
220
215
145
230
230
205
240
245
Yr
So
Jr
Jr
So
So
Jr
Jr
RFr
RFr
So
Sr
Sr
Hometown/High School/Previous College
Fairfax, VA/Paul VI
Charlotte, NC/Providence Day
Virginia Beach, VA/Tallwood
Williamsburg, VA/Jamestown
Newport News, VA/Woodside
Holland, TX/Lamar
Gloucester City, NJ/Gloucester Catholic
Baltimore, MD/Perry Hall
Springdale, MD/C.H. Flowers
Indian Head, MD/Lackey
Newport News, VA/Woodside
Virginia Beach, VA/Salem
Newcomers
12 Lamar Trice
30 Jacolby Wells
51 Mike Harvey
G
F
G
5-11
6-7
6-3
165
225
175
Fr
Fr
Fr
Philadelphia, PA/Imhotep Charter
Emporia, VA/Greensville County
East Berlin, PA/Bermudian Springs
Key Losses
2 Chris Vann#
50 Jason Loughry
G
C
6-0
7-0
195
245
* Starter Returning
# Starter Lost
Brown’s franchise performer is junior point guard Jeremy Goode, a 5’9” blur with the ball.
Having been handed the keys to an up-and-coming team as a freshman, Goode matured into
his role last season as the team’s undisputed floor leader. With an improving jump shot and a
proven ability to control the tempo of the game on both ends of the floor, the Charlotte, NC
product put up some dazzling numbers, averaging a team-high 14.5 ppg, to go along with 5.5
apg (third in the NEC), 2.0 spg (fourth) and a league-leading 178 made free throws. Despite the
departure of backcourt partner and three-point ace Chris Vann, the Mount will still be able to
spread the floor with the return of 6’4” wing player Will Holland, 6’3” guard Jean Cajou and 6’5”
forward Kelly Beidler, the latter two providing a key spark off the bench during the team’s
tourney run. An inside-outside threat, Holland ranked third on the team with 8.6 ppg a year ago
and drained 56 three-point shots. Cajou got off to a slow start after sitting out 2006-07, but
made great strides in the second half of the season and raised his game in the playoffs when he
was named NEC Tournament Most Valuable Player after averaging 16.0 ppg and 3.7 rpg. A solid
on-the-ball defender, Cajou connected at a 46.4 percent rate from three-point land and ended
the year averaging 7.1 ppg, including 15.9 ppg over the last eight games of the campaign.
Beidler is a nightmare matchup for opponents with the strength to play down on the block,
the speed to attack the basket and the shooting ability to be an effective perimeter marksman. Like Cajou, he came on strong down the stretch and scored 15 points in a reserve role
in each of the Mount’s three NEC Tournament games.
With nine players measuring 6’5” or taller, the Mount may sport the biggest and deepest
frontcourt in the conference, led by 6’7” seniors Sam Atupem and Marcus Mitchell. A
starter from the onset of his career, Atupem is a nimble and effective post player with
range out to 15 feet. He has hit over 50 percent of his shots from the floor in each of
his three seasons. Atupem averaged 7.7 ppg, 4.6 rpg and ranked second in the NEC
with 49 blocks in 2007-08. Mitchell is a career 53.7 percent shooter from the field
and is one of the top passing big men. As a junior, he averaged 5.4 ppg and a teamhigh 5.9 rpg. The third member of the Mount’s elite bench core last season was
6’7” Shawn Atupem, a wiry version of older brother Sam. The younger Atupem
(4.2 ppg) has great upside to his game and is a springy, athletic small forward
who excels in the open court.
Providing depth up front will be sophomore Tayvon Jackson, along with
redshirt freshmen Danny Thompson and John Schwarz, all of whom
measure 6’7”. Brown added just two newcomers to his lineup in
the offseason, 5’10” point guard Lamar Trice and 6’7” forward
Jacolby Wells. With an ability to pressure the ball defensively,
the ultra-quick Trice will enable Brown to spell Goode.
Last year, Trice led Philadelphia’s Imhotep Charter to
the Pennsylvania State semifinals and averaged 8.0
apg. A top-flight athlete,Wells averaged 15.0
ppg, 9.0 rpg and 5.0 bpg as a senior at
Greensville County High School
in Virginia.
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Milan Brown
Alma Mater: Howard ‘93
Record at MSM: 60-91/5 years
Overall Record: 60-91/5 years
Head Coaching Experience
2003-pres.
Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, MD
• Entering the 2008 NEC Tournament as the #4 seed, took the Mountaineers to their third
NEC crown, winning semifinal and championship games on the road.
• Guided the Mount to the program’s first NCAA Tournament win in school history with a 69-60
conquest of Coppin State on March 18, 2008.
• The 19 wins in 2007-08 were the most for the program since 1995-96.
• Led the Mount to their first NEC Tournament victory since 2000 with a quarterfinal win at
Robert Morris in 2007.
• In 2005-06, guided the Mount to their highest regular season finish (fourth place) since the
1996-97 season and most conference wins (11) since the 1995-96 campaign.
• In his first season as head coach, led the Mount to their first NEC Tournament berth since 2000.
• Named the 19th coach in Mount St. Mary’s history on July 1, 2003, succeeding Jim Phelan, who
retired after 49 years as head coach.
Assistant Coaching Experience
2002-03
2000-02
1997-00
1995-97
Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, MD
• Served as associate head coach in his second stint at the Mount.
William & Mary College, Williamsburg, VA
Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, MD
• Helped guide 1998-99 team to NEC championship and NCAA Tournament appearance.
Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
• The 1996-97 Monarch squad captured the CAA title and qualified for the NCAA Tournament.
• Old Dominion posted a 40-24 record in his two years as an assistant.
After his team’s spectacular run to the NEC Tournament championship as the #4 seed, followed by the
first NCAA Tournament win in program history,
Brown was rewarded with a five-year contract extension shortly thereafter. In guiding Mount St.
Mary’s to its first league title since 1999, the Mount
finished with a 19-15 record, the second-most wins
in school annals since moving to Division I in 198889. The steady progression under Brown began two
years ago when the Mountaineers hosted their first
NEC Tournament game in 10 seasons, then continued in 2007 with a tournament semifinal appearance.
BROWN at MSM
Year
Overall
2003-04
10-19
NEC
8-10
2004-05
7-20
5-13
2005-06
13-17
11-7
2006-07
11-20
9-9
2007-08
19-15
11-7
Total
60-91
44-46
Brown’s teams have won one NEC
championships (2007-08)
Playing Experience
1989-93
Howard University, Washington, DC
• Earned all-MEAC honors as a senior after averaging 13.1 ppg and 4.4 apg.
• Holds the school’s all-time record for career assists with 445 and ranks eighth in scoring with
1,102 points.
• Led Bison to their last NCAA Tournament appearance in 1992.
Education
Howard University, Washington, DC
• Bachelor’s Degree, 1993, Marketing
Personal
• Born on January 1, 1971.
• Currently resides in Frederick MD with his wife, Tina.
Five Questions With: Markus Mitchell
1. Let's go back to last March. Describe your feelings as the clocked ticked down and the celebration was
about to begin for winning the NEC title?
As the clock ticked down, a lot of things ran through my mind. The first was that all the hard work we had put in had paid off.
Honestly I did not know how to react at first, it's one of those moments you see on television that looks so amazing, but when
it was my turn to actually take place in the celebration, I just stood still for a couple of seconds in disbelief not knowing what to
do. After that was over I saw all my teammates in the middle of the court jumping around, so I went and joined them. Our
coaches told us the night before that the feeling would be indescribable if we won, and at that moment that's actually how I felt.
2. What did winning the NEC championship mean to Mount St. Mary's University? What was the reaction
around campus and in the community?
Being a small school we have a great sense of pride and everyone here supports us. To be able to bring a championship back to school meant a lot to everyone here.
At the time we were all going through the loss of one of our classmates here at school, so when we won, it helped to bring everyone's spirits up. Around campus and
the community everyone let us know that they were very proud of us and were happy that we could all embrace in this together.
3. Was the NCAA experience everything you dreamed it would be? What were some of the highlights both in Dayton for your win over Coppin
State, and in Raleigh for the matchup against top-ranked North Carolina?
Playing in the NCAA tournament was everything I dreamed and more. Each year only 65 teams are privileged to make it to the tournament and to be one of those
teams is an honor. Playing Coppin State in Dayton was a great experience in itself. Two moments that really stood out that night were when my teammate Chris Vann,
a senior, was able to score his 1,000th point and my teammate Shawn Atupem caught a putback dunk off the rim that happened to make SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays.
4. With so many key players returning, expectations are running high for the program this year. What has Coach Brown done to make sure the
team remains focused and can handle the pressure that goes along with being one of the league favorites?
After last season, we took our usual time off to get everyone's bodies healthy again and we immediately went back to work. Being picked as the favorite is what you work
for, but it also means you must work even harder to stay there. This year we look forward to the opportunities we have in front of us and just take it day by day. Coach
Brown always tells us that March will always be there, but why would you want to rush to get there when you have a whole season in front of you. The only pressure we
have on ourselves right now is to go to practice every day and work as hard as we can while we are in there. Everything else will take care of itself in the long run.
5. Now entering your senior year, what do you envision your role being this coming season? Also, what has it been like playing
alongside Jeremy Goode, who has developed into one of the NEC's premier guards?
Being a senior, my role for this upcoming season is to try and lead my team the best way I can on and off the court. Having already graduated, I want my teammates
to look at that as motivation, that if I can do it they can do it to. On the court, I plan on scoring a little more to try and take the pressure off of my teammates. I just
try to do a little bit of everything to help my team win, score, rebound, pass, play defense, do whatever it takes for us to be successful. Playing alongside Jeremy Goode
has been a great experience. Over the past two years he has definitely turned into one of the NEC's premier guards and I think you can put him up there with the
best guards in the nation. He is very talented and he has a motor that keeps on going. On the court, he is our sparkplug, and when he's pushing the ball full speed he
is a very dangerous player and the rest of us feed off his energy.
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Mount St. Mary’s
Mount St. Mary’s always plays one of the most demanding
schedules in the NEC and this year is no different. The
Mount will take on three teams that qualified for the 2008
NCAA Tournament (George Mason, American and Georgetown) and one that reached the Postseason NIT (Virginia
Tech). The Mountaineers will also travel to Penn State (Big
Ten) and La Salle (Atlantic 10), as well as renew their rivalry with Loyola (MD) in their season opener on November 14th in Baltimore.
Mountaineers
Administration
Location: Emmitsburg, MD
Founded: 1808
Enrollment: 1,528
Markus Mitchell (F)
5.4 ppg
5.9 rpg
53.7 FG%
Nickname: Mountaineers, The Mount
Colors: Blue & White
Home Court/ Knott Arena/
Sam Atupem (F)
7.7 ppg
4.6 rpg
50.2 FG%
2008-09 Schedule
Kelly Beidler (SF)
7.0 ppg
4.7 rpg
0.8 bpg
Capacity: 3,121
Personnel
President: George R. Houston, Jr.
Faculty Dr. Robert Keefer
Representative:
Will Holland (SG)
8.6 ppg
3.5 rpg
56 3PFG
Athletic Director: Lynne Phelan Robinson
SWA: Jen Wivell
Jeremy Goode (PG)
14.5 ppg
5.5 apg
2.0 spg
Sports Information
SID: Mark Vandergrift
SID Phone: (301) 447-5384
Mount St. Mary’s
Projected Starters
SID Fax: (301) 447-5300
SID E-Mail: [email protected]
Assistant SID David Musil
Press Row Phone: (301) 447-3286
Hotline: (301) 447-6355
Website: www.mountathletics.com
Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Milan Brown
Alma Mater/Year Howard/1993
Record at MSM/ 60-91/5
Years:
Overall Record/ 60-91/5
Years:
Assistant Coaches: Brion Dunlap, Dan Englestad,
Kevin Robinson, Jr.
Office Phone: (301) 447-5387
Basketball Info
2007-08 Record: 19-15
NEC Record/Finish: 11-7/Tie-4th
NEC Tournament Defeated Sacred Heart in
Finish: NEC Championship Game
Starters 4/1
Returning/Lost:
Letterwinners 9/2
Returning/Lost:
Jean Cajou
One of the key factors in the Mount’s late season turnaround
and subsequent run to the NEC title was Cajou’s pinpoint
shooting and emergence as one of the league’s top sixth men.
Over the last eight games of his freshman campaign, the
Fairfax, VA product averaged 15.9 ppg and shot 56.1 percent from the field, as well as a remarkable 57.6 percent
(19-33) from three-point range. He was named MVP of the
NEC Tournament after contributing 16.0 ppg, including 15
in the championship game.
Leading Active...
Scorers
Jeremy Goode
Sam Atupem
Will Holland
Markus Mitchell
Kelly Biedler
791
572
461
433
350
2006-08
2005-08
2006-08
2005-08
2006-08
Rebounders
Markus Mitchell
Sam Atupem
Kelly Biedler
Jeremy Goode
Will Holland
367
318
214
212
182
2005-08
2005-08
2006-08
2006-08
2006-08
Assists
Jeremy Goode
Markus Mitchell
Sam Atupem
Will Holland
Kelly Beidler
337
98
55
54
49
2006-08
2005-08
2007-08
2006-08
2006-08
Three-Pointers
Will Holland
Jeremy Goode
Kelly Beidler
Jean Cajou
89
49
27
26
2006-08
2006-08
2006-08
2007-08
N
N
N
N
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
14
17
25
29
1
4
6
9
13
20
23
29
2
5
8
10
15
17
22
24
29
31
5
7
12
14
19
21
28
at Loyola (MD)
at Virginia Tech
at George Mason
Boston University
at American
at SACRED HEART
at CCSU
Navy
at Penn State
at Georgetown
at La Salle
Bryant
at Lafayette
ROBERT MORRIS
FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON
at ST. FRANCIS (NY)
LONG ISLAND
SACRED HEART
CCSU
MONMOUTH
at QUINNIPIAC
WAGNER
at LONG ISLAND
at FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON
ST. FRANCIS (NY)
at MONMOUTH
at WAGNER
SAINT FRANCIS (PA)
at ROBERT MORRIS
NEC Tournament (all games at higher seed)
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Championship
M 5
M 8
M 11
7:00 pm
8:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:00 pm
2:00 pm
7:00 pm
4:00 pm
1:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
1:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
2:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
4:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
4:00 pm
NEC Games in CAPS
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2007-08 Results
N
N
N
N
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
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F
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M
10
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24
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10
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24
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7
9
14
16
21
23
1
M 6
M 9
M 12
M 18
M 21
at George Washington
La Salle
at James Madison
American
Loyola (MD)
at Navy
LONG ISLAND
at CCSU
at Maine
Winthrop
Lafayette
at Oregon
at ST. FRANCIS (NY)
FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON
at Oklahoma
at QUINNIPIAC
SAINT FRANCIS (PA)
SACRED HEART
at WAGNER
at LONG ISLAND
ST. FRANCIS (NY)
ROBERT MORRIS
WAGNER
at MONMOUTH
at FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON
QUINNIPIAC
at ROBERT MORRIS
at SAINT FRANCIS (PA)
MONMOUTH
NEC Tournament (all games at higher seed)
#5 QUINNIPIAC
at #1 ROBERT MORRIS
at #3 SACRED HEART
NCAA Tournament
vs. Coppin State (at Dayton, OH)
vs. #1 North Carolina (at Raleigh, NC)
L 62-77
L 63-66
L 73-85
L 45-66
W 70-58
W 62-58
W 73-55
W 60-59
W 66-59
W 64-59
L 72-76
L 73-81
W 68-60
L 62-65
L 57-81
L 59-70
W 56-44
L 59-67
L 70-74
W 80-66
W 97-60
L 63-75
L 75-83 (OT)
W 76-66
W 78-61
W 77-70
L 66-69
W 72-61
W 81-67
W 80-70
W 83-65
W 68-55
W 69-60
L 74-113
NEC Games in CAPS
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Mount St. Mary’s
Mount St. Mary’s Year-By-Year Records
Year
1908-09
1909-10
1910-11
1911-12
1912-13
1913-14
1914-15
1915-16
1916-17
1917-18
1918-19
1919-20
1920-21
1921-22
1922-23
1923-24
1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1943-44
1944-45
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49
1949-50
1950-51
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
Overall
1-0
4-3
7-4
10-10
6-3
13-4
16-3
7-7
4-8
8-3
4-4
14-2
10-2
20-3
8-9
16-5
9-7
13-9
10-10
10-8
13-8
17-8
5-17
10-8
13-3
9-5
12-10
10-9
13-5
12-2
16-6
10-8
8-10
7-10
15-4
8-4
0-6
17-6
7-8
3-4
10-10
7-15
19-13
5-16
20-7
15-11
22-3
20-8
27-5
16-9
15-12
Coach
William Walsh
Al Barrett
Francis Liddy
Mike Thompson
Mike Thompson
John Day
John Day
John Day
John Day
Mike Thompson
Mike Thompson
Mike Thompson
Charles Dickerman
Rev. John Sheridan
Rev. John Sheridan
Walter Halas
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Joe Lawler
Joe Lawler
Joseph McCormack
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Art Malloy
Wally Opekun
Wally Opekun
Wally Opekun
Wally Opekun
Wally Opekun
Steve Filipowicz
Wally Opekun
Rev. Michael Kennedy
John McMahon
Pete Caruso
Bill Clark
Bill Clark
Bill Clark
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Year
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
99 Years
Overall
19-6
26-5
24-6
13-12
18-7
20-5
21-6
18-9
22-4
20-8
20-6
10-14
6-17
15-10
17-10
14-11
16-12
9-18
16-11
18-10
22-7
28-3
20-8
18-9
21-9
28-5
26-4
26-5
20-8
12-15
16-12
8-19
6-22
13-15
14-14
17-13
21-8
14-13
13-15
15-15
9-20
7-21
3-24
11-16
10-19
7-20
13-17
11-20
19-15
1,371-932
Mount St. Mary’s won NEC titles and advanced to the NCAA
Tournament in both 1995 and 1999 under legendary coach
Jim Phelan. In 1999, the Mount became the lowest seeded
team (#6) to win the conference tournament - a record that
still stands - and was the only team in league history to win
the NEC championship without having both a winning overall and conference record prior to entering the postseason.
The Numbers
Quick Facts
2007-08 Overall Record:
2007-08 NEC Record/Finish:
NEC Tournament Finish:
Starters Returning/Lost:
Letterwinners Returning/Lost:
2007-08 Final RPI:
Games Decided By 5 Points or Less:
Coach
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
19-15
11-7/Tie-4th
Won NEC title
4/1
9/2
150
3-5
NEC Record
Last Two Years:
Last Three Years
Last Four Years:
Last Five Years:
20-16 (.556)
31-23 (.574)
36-36 (.500)
44-46 (.489)
Overall Record
Last Two Years:
Last Three Years
Last Four Years:
Last Five Years:
30-35 (.462)
43-52 (.453)
50-72 (.410)
60-91 (.397)
Leading Returning Scorers
Jeremy Goode
Will Holland
Sam Atupem
MSM in the NEC
14.5 ppg
8.6 ppg
7.7 ppg
Leading Returning Rebounders
Markus Mitchell
Kelly Beidler
Sam Atupem
5.9 rpg
4.7 rpg
4.6 rpg
Leading Returning Assists
Jeremy Goode
Jean Cajou
Markus Mitchell
5.5 apg
1.3 apg
1.2 apg
NEC
Record
10-6
6-10
3-13
10-8
9-9
12-6
16-2
10-8
8-8
10-10
7-11
7-13
2-18
6-12
8-10
5-13
11-7
9-9
11-7
160-180
Year
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
19 years
Tourney
Seed
Ineligible
Ineligible
9th
3rd
7th
2nd
1st
4th
5th
5th
7th
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
8th
DNQ
4th
5th
4th
Head Coach
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Jim Phelan
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
Milan Brown
2007-08 Overall Statistics
##
01
02
11
40
00
04
45
10
50
05
34
12
20
30
TM
Player
GOODE, Jeremy
VANN, Chris
HOLLAND, Will
ATUPEM, Sam
CAJOU, Jean
BEIDLER, Kelly
MITCHELL, Markus
ATUPEM, Shawn
LOUGHRY, Jason
BROWN, Pierre
JACKSON, Tayvon
ASHCROFT, Matt
JONES, Kevin
KENNY, Ed
TEAM
Total
Opponents
GP
33
34
34
34
34
26
34
30
29
11
21
5
5
5
GS
33
34
34
33
1
0
34
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
Min
1095
1001
902
839
691
539
806
397
350
44
137
8
8
8
Avg
33.2
29.4
26.5
24.7
20.3
20.7
23.7
13.2
12.1
4.0
6.5
1.6
1.6
1.6
34
34
|--------TOTAL--------|
FG
FGA Pct
140
321
.436
168
394
.426
94
276
.341
111
221
.502
72
168
.429
67
149
.450
79
147
.537
49
88
.557
29
56
.518
5
12
.417
7
20
.350
1
3
.333
0
1
.000
0
0
.000
|--------3-PTS--------|
3FG
FGA Pct
20
67
.299
88
229
.384
56
172
.326
0
1
.000
26
56
.464
14
37
.378
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
1
.000
0
0
.000
0
2
.000
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
FT
178
65
47
41
73
35
27
28
5
0
4
0
2
0
FTA
256
78
63
54
90
61
47
48
9
4
6
0
2
0
Pct
.695
.833
.746
.759
.811
.574
.574
.583
.556
.000
.667
.000
1.000
.000
822
804
204
186
.361
.322
505
507
718
722
.703
.702
|--------TOTAL--------|
FG
FGA Pct
87
211
.412
76
167
.455
65
105
.619
46
152
.303
42
74
.568
51
87
.586
41
102
.402
35
55
.636
12
28
.429
0
1
.000
1
2
.500
2
4
.500
0
0
.000
0
1
.000
|--------3-PTS--------|
3FG
FGA Pct
46
125
.368
6
25
.240
0
0
.000
27
90
.300
16
27
.593
0
0
.000
9
26
.346
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
0
.000
0
1
.000
FT
33
90
22
25
29
16
10
20
5
2
0
0
0
0
FTA
37
131
32
31
34
32
21
32
8
2
4
0
0
0
Pct
.892
.687
.688
.806
.853
.500
.476
.625
.625
1.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
458
406
104
98
252
262
364
383
.692
.684
1856
1901
.443
.423
565
578
|-------REBOUNDS-------|
Off
Def
Tot
Avg
28
79
107
3.2
19
81
100
2.9
24
94
118
3.5
58
97
155
4.6
18
65
83
2.4
28
93
121
4.7
68
132
200
5.9
26
44
70
2.3
17
49
66
2.3
0
5
5
0.5
11
15
26
1.2
0
1
1
0.2
0
1
1
0.2
0
0
0
0.0
48
51
99
3.0
345
807
1152 33.9
404
811
1215 35.7
PF
51
81
69
105
54
58
112
50
57
5
27
0
0
1
1
671
652
FO
0
2
1
7
0
2
8
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
A
182
40
37
38
44
30
42
8
7
4
4
0
1
0
22
-
437
386
|-------REBOUNDS-------|
Off
Def
Tot
Avg
9
53
62
3.4
13
42
55
3.1
30
51
81
4.5
14
63
77
4.3
7
33
40
2.2
40
74
114
6.3
19
59
78
4.9
15
31
46
2.7
4
26
30
1.8
0
1
1
0.3
0
2
2
0.5
2
8
10
0.9
0
0
0
0.0
0
1
1
0.3
22
26
48
2.8
175
470
645
35.8
212
423
635
35.3
PF
41
30
56
31
29
61
40
29
26
0
1
16
1
0
1
362
325
FO
1
0
3
0
0
4
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
A
28
91
24
20
20
20
20
6
6
0
2
3
0
0
11
-
240
185
TO
110
44
54
59
54
38
59
27
21
3
4
3
2
0
8
486
503
Blk
0
0
7
49
4
22
21
5
7
1
5
0
0
0
Stl
65
20
30
26
25
17
40
11
9
1
1
1
0
0
Pts
478
489
291
263
243
183
185
126
63
10
18
2
2
0
Avg
14.5
14.4
8.6
7.7
7.1
7.0
5.4
4.2
2.2
0.9
0.9
0.4
0.4
0.0
121
101
246
209
2353
2301
69.2
67.7
TO
21
60
36
30
21
29
23
13
8
1
1
0
0
1
4
248
245
Blk
0
0
32
6
3
15
13
4
2
0
0
3
0
0
Stl
11
34
13
12
8
21
8
7
6
0
1
0
0
0
Pts
253
248
152
144
129
118
101
90
29
2
2
4
0
0
Avg
14.1
13.8
8.4
8.0
7.2
6.6
6.3
5.3
1.7
0.7
0.5
0.4
0.0
0.0
78
49
121
101
1272
1172
70.7
65.1
2007-08 Conference Statistics
##
02
01
40
11
00
45
04
10
50
20
05
34
30
12
TM
Player
VANN, Chris
GOODE, Jeremy
ATUPEM, Sam
HOLLAND, Will
CAJOU, Jean
MITCHELL, Markus
BEIDLER, Kelly
ATUPEM, Shawn
LOUGHRY, Jason
JONES, Kevin
BROWN, Pierre
JACKSON, Tayvon
KENNY, Ed
ASHCROFT, Matt
TEAM
Total
Opponents
GP
18
18
18
18
18
18
16
17
17
3
4
11
3
3
18
18
GS
18
18
17
18
0
18
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
Min
526
582
454
482
321
403
351
241
186
5
9
55
5
5
Avg
29.2
32.3
25.2
26.8
17.8
22.4
21.9
14.2
10.9
1.7
2.3
5.0
1.7
1.7
989
1020
.463
.398
294
313
.354
.313
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