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University of Southern Indiana
Men's Basketball All-Time Records
(Updated March 25, 2008)

 Scoring; Rebounds; Games Played; Field Goals Made; Field Goals Attempted; Free Throws Made; Free Throws Attempted;
3-Pt. Field Goals Made; 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted;
Most Assists; Most Steals; Most Blocks;
Individual Records; Team Records; Individual Honors; Eagles in the Pros; All-time Coaching Records;
All-Time Record vs. Opponents

Career Scoring Leaders
  1. Stephen Jackson (1983-87)............. 2,216
 2. Chris Bowles (1990-94)................ 2,169
 3. Stan Gouard (1993-96)................. 1,619
 4. Cris Brunson (2001-05)................ 1,562
 5. Billy Harris (1999-2004).............. 1,381
 6. Ilo Mutombo (1987-91)................. 1,352
 7. Ernie Brothers (1973-76).............. 1,268
 8. Diond're Givens (1999-2003)........... 1,262
 9. DeJuan Rowser (1974-77)............... 1,226
10. Geoff Van Winkle (2003-07)............ 1,202
11. Cully Nelson (1979-83)................ 1,198
12. Cortez Collins (1975-79).............. 1,140
13. John Brown (1978-82).................. 1,105
14. Kelly Williams (1979-83).............. 1,094
15. Craig Martin (1990-94)................ 1,066
16. Robin Clark (1985-90)................. 1,058
17. Dan Labhart (1976-80)................. 1,041
18. Chad Gilbert (1994-96)................ 1,011
19. Chris Thompson (2004-06)..............   984
20. Jeremy Pearson (1996-98)................ 972

Career Rebounding Leaders
 1. Chris Bowles, (1990-94)............... 1,129
 2. Ilo Mutombo (1987-91).................   917
 3. Cully Nelson (1979-83)................   790
 4. Billy Harris (1999-2004)..............   782
 5. Stan Gouard (1993-96).................   702
 6. DeJuan Rowser (1974-77)...............   691
 7. Chris Thompson (2004-06)..............   625
 8. Julian Hall III (1985-87).............   565
    Diond're Givens (1999-2003)...........   565
10. Cortez Collins (1975-79)..............   564
11. John Brown (1978-82)..................   540
12. Dennis Humphrey (1987-91).............   487
13. Bob Grannan (1970-74).................   485
    John Hollinden (1979-81)..............   485
15. Emanuel Rowser (1975-79)..............   460
16. Kimon Green (1998-2001)...............   458
17. Terry Kirchoff (1972-76)..............   457
18. Kelly Williams (1979-83)..............   445
19. Randy Curl (1976-78)..................   440
20. Chad Gilbert (1994-96)................   431

Career Leaders in Games Played
1. Geoff Van Winkle (2003-07)............ 133
2. Cris Brunson (2001-05)................ 129
3. Billy Harris (1999-2004).............. 126
4. Ryan Kelley (1996-00)................. 123
   Diond're Givens (1999-2003)........... 123

Most Career Field Goals Made
1. Stephen Jackson (1983-87)............. 954
2. Chris Bowles (1990-94)................ 901
3. Stan Goaurd (1993-96)................. 634
4. Diond're Givens (1999-2003)........... 556
5. Ilo Mutombo (1987-91)................. 537

Most Career Field Goals Attempted
1. Stephen Jackson (1983-87)............. 1,930
2. Chris Bowles (1990-94)................ 1,238
3. DeJuan Rowser (1974-77)............... 1,134
4. Cortez Collins (1975-79).............. 1,196
5. Cris Brunson (2001-05)................ 1,154

Most Career Free Throws Made
1. Billy Harris (1999-2004).............. 353
2. Chris Bowles (1990-94)................ 333
3. Stan Gouard (1993-96)................. 326
4. Cris Brunson (2001-05)................ 317
5. Wayne Houston (1996-98)............... 298

Most Career Free Throws Attempted
1. Chris Bowles (1990-94)................ 520
2. Stan Gouard (1993-96)................. 503
3. Billy Harris (1999-2004).............. 482
4. Wayne Houston (1996-98)............... 420
5. DeJuan Rowser (1974-77)............... 388

Most Career Three-Point Field Goals Made
1. Geoff Van Winkle (2003-07)........... 296
2. Cris Brunson (2001-05)............... 237
3. Melvin Hall (2005-07)................ 185
4. Robin Clark (1985-90)................ 170
5. Ryan Kelley (1996-00)................ 164

Most Career Three-Point Field Goals Attempted
1. Geoff Van Winkle (2003-07)........... 502
2. Cris Brunson (2001-05)............... 581
3. Melvin Hall (2005-07)................ 425
4. Ryan Kelley (1996-00)................ 409
5. Robin Clark (1985-90)................ 395

Most Career Assists
1. Marc Hostetter (1993-97)............. 498
2. Tyrone Tate (1992-94)................ 431
3. Kent Payne (1982-84)................. 425
4. Jeff Embrey (1984-86)................ 403
5. P.K. Falkenstein (1986-89)........... 306

Most Career Steals
1. Stan Gouard (1993-96)................ 175
2. Stephen Jackson (1983-87)............ 168
3. Marc Hostetter (1993-97)............. 153
4. Cris Brunson (2001-05)............... 132
5. Robin Clark (1985-90)................ 130

Most Career Blocks
1. John Hollinden (1979-81)............ 365
2. Kimon Green (1998-2001)............. 170
3. Chris Bowles (1990-94).............. 149
4. Ilo Mutombo (1987-91)............... 128
5. Julian Hall, III (1985-87).......... 123

Game and Season Record Book


Individual Records

Most Points
Game-(45) Chris Bowles at Northern Kentucky, Feb. 14, 1991
Season-(623) Stan Gouard, 1994-95

Field Goals Made
Game
-(19) Chris Bowles at Northern Kentucky, Feb. 14, 1991
Season-(256) Stephen Jackson, 1984-85

Field Goals Attempted
Game
-(30) Stephen Jackson vs. St. Joseph's, Jan. 26, 1984
Season-(500) Stephen Jackson, 1983-84

Free Throws Made
Game
-(20) Duron Hebron vs. Kentucky State, Feb. 13, 1993
Season-(147) Tyrone Tate, 1993-94
Consecutive Free Throws Made-(44) Geoff Van Winkle, 2005-07

Free Throws Attempted
Game
-(26) Duron Hebron vs. Kentucky State, Feb. 13, 1993
Season-(219) Stan Gouard, 1994-95

Three-Point Field Goals Made
Game
-(8) Melvin Hall vs. Oakland City, Jan. 2, 2006;
                  Jeremy Pearson vs. Puerto Rico-Mayaquez, Nov. 18,1997;
                   Robin Clark vs. IPFW, Feb. 24, 1990
Season-(103) Melvin Hall, 2006-07

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted
Game
-(12) Melvin Hall vs. Oakland City, Jan. 2, 2006
                    Stephen Jackson vs. Indianapolis, 1986-87; vs. Ashland, 1986-87
Season-(219) Melvin Hall, 2006-07

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage
Game (Min. 5 Attempts)-
(1.000, 6-6) Geoff Van Winkle vs. UMSL, Feb. 14, 2004
                                         
(1.000, 6-6) Matt Carter vs. UMSL, Feb. 8, 2001
                                          (1.000, 5-5) Aaron Austin vs. Ill.-Springfield, Dec. 13, 2003
                                          (1.000, 5-5) Junior Bond vs. SIUE, Dec. 12, 1998; 
                                                                                 vs. Saint Joseph's, Jan. 14, 1999
Season (Min. 50 Attempts)-(.558, 29-52) Brian Huebner, 1993-94*
Career-(.460, 143-311) Matt Carter, 1998-2002
*Todd Jones (.533, 56/105) won the NCAA II Three-Point Field Goal Percent Championship in 1993-94 because Huebner did not have enough attempts to qualify.

Field Goal Percentage (Min. 7 FGA)
Game
- (1.000, 9-9) Chris Thompson, vs. Bellarmine, Jan. 5, 2006
            
(1.000, 9-9) Clarence Chillers vs. Saint Joseph's, March 6, 2003
            
(1.000, 9-9) John Oden, vs. Ferris State, Dec. 20, 2003
            
(1.000, 8-8) Matt Carter vs. Missouri-St. Louis, Feb. 8, 2001
             (1.000, 8-8) Bobby Burns vs. Bellarmine, Jan. 10, 1985
             (1.000, 7-7) David Bryant vs. Missouri-St. Louis, Jan. 22, 2005
             (1.000, 7-7) Billy Harris vs. Oakland City, Nov. 25, 2003
             (1.000, 7-7) Clarence Chillers vs. Bellarmine, December 2, 2002
            (1.000, 7-7) Chuck Gans vs. Belmont, January 17, 1984
Season-(.678, 242-357) Stan Gouard, 1993-94
Career-(.632, 511/808) Billy Harris, 1999-2004

Best Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 FTA)
Game-
(1.000, 13-13) Marc Hostetter vs. Indianapolis, Feb. 27, 1997
              (1.000, 12-12) Randy Holbrook vs. Lewis, Dec. 2, 2004
              (1.000, 12-12) Cris Brunson vs. Brescia, Dec. 29, 2001
              (1.000, 11-11) Stephen Jackson vs. Lewis, Feb. 21, 1985
              (1.000, 10-10) Melvin Hall vs. Rockhurst, Jan. 21, 2006
              (1.000, 10-10) Carl Richburg vs. Northern Kentucky, Feb. 3, 2005
              (1.000, 10-10) Cris Brunson vs. Lewis, Mar. 14, 2003
              (1.000, 10-10) Marc Hostetter vs. Quincy, Jan. 30, 1997
Season-(.914, 32-35) Geoff Van Winkle, 2005-06
Career-(.903, 130-144) Geoff Van Winkle (2003-07)

Most Rebounds
Game
-(23) Ralph Schickel vs. Purdue North Central, Feb. 2, 1974
Season-(332) Chris Thompson, 2005-06

Highest Rebound Average
Season-(10.8) Julian Hall III, 1985-86
Career (Min. 2 seasons)-(10.1) Julian Hall III, 1985-87

Most Blocked Shots
Game
-(17) John Hollinden vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, Jan. 24, 1981
Season-(200) John Hollinden, 1980-81

Most Steals
Game
- (8) Alan Goff vs. vs. SIU Edwardsville, Jan. 30, 2003
              (8) Stan Gouard vs. Bellarmine, Jan. 27, 1994; 
                                            vs. Indianapolis, March 8, 1996
              (8) Scott Boyden vs. Lewis, Feb. 24, 1995
Season-(66) Stan Goaurd, 1994-95

Highest Scoring Average
Season
-(21.4) Stephen Jackson, 1984-85
Career-(19.6) Stephen Jackson, 1983-87

Most Assists
Game-(17) Tyrone Tate vs. IPFW, Feb. 10, 1994
Season-(270) Tyrone Tate, 1993-94


Team Records

Most Points
Game
-(139) vs. Indiana Central (113), Mar. 3, 1983
Half-( 75) vs. Ferris State, Dec. 29, 2000
Game/Both Teams-(259, 134-125) vs. Northern State, Nov. 15, 1997
Season-(3,255) 1993-94

Most Field Goals Made
Game
-(57) vs. Indiana Central, Mar. 3, 1983
Season-(1,171) 1993-94

Most Field Goals Attempted
Game
-(103) vs. St. Francis, Dec. 22, 1975
Season-(2,244) 1994-95

Most Free Throws Made
Game
-(40) vs. St. Joseph’s, January 11, 1997
Season-(745) 1994-95

Most Free Throws Attempted
Game
-(57) vs. Denver, December 19, 1996
Season-(1,043) 1994-95

Consecutive Free Throws Made
Game-
(25-25) vs. Wisconsin-Parkside,  January  25, 2003
Streak-(37) 2002-03

Three-Point Field Goals Made
Game
-(20) vs. Illinois-Springfield, December 13, 2003
Season-(303) 2003-04

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted
Game
-(36) vs. vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, March 6, 2004
Season-(749) 2004-05

Best Field Goal Percentage (Min. 10 FTA)
Game
-(.770, 57-74)  vs. Indiana Central, 1983
Season-(.547, 1,171-2,142) 1993-94*
*Best in the Nation

Best Free Throw Percentage
Game
-(1.000, 25-25) vs. Wisconsin-Parkside, January 25, 2003
            (1.000, 19-19) vs. Missouri-St. Louis, February 1, 2007
            (1.000, 12-12) vs. Lewis, January 2, 2003
Season-(.751, 459-611) 1984-85

Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage
Game
- (.813, 13-16) vs. Saint Joseph's, March 5, 2005
Season-(.437, 215-492) 1993-94

Most Rebounds
Game
-(84) vs. Marian, 1978
Season-(1,421) 1997-98

Most Assists
Game
-(36) vs. Lees-McRae, Dec. 31, 2005
Season-(651) 1993-94

Most Steals
Game- (
20) vs. Alaska-Fairbanks, November 12, 2006
Season- (371) 1994-95

Miscellaneous
Widest Winning Margin-(75) vs. Manchester (111-36), Nov. 29, 1986
Most 100-point Games-(18) 1993-94
Most Victories in One Season-(29) 1994-95; 2006-07
Longest Winning Streak-(17) 2004-05
Best Season Record-(29-4, .879) 1994-95
Most Wins in The GLVC-(18) 1995-96; 2000-01; 2004-05
Best GLVC Season Record-(18-2, .900) 1997-98; 2000-01; 2004-05
Highest Scoring Average-(101.7) 1993-94
Lowest Score in a Victory-(46, 46-34) vs. Roanoke, Dec. 20, 1977
Lowest Opponent Score-(34, 46-34) vs. Roanoke, Dec. 20, 1977
Lowest Opponent Score in a half-(7) vs. Lewis, March 1, 2007


Individual Honors

All-Americans
Cortez Collins

-NABC District 4, 1979
-NABC All-American, 1979

John Hollinden
-NABC (Third Team) 1981
-Basketball Weekly Magazine, (Second Team) 1981

Cully Nelson
-NABC, Honorable Mention, 1983
-NABC, All-Great Lakes Region (First Team), 1983

Robin Clark
-Honorable Mention, 1990
-All-Great Lakes Region (Second Team), 1990

Chris Johnson
-Honorable Mention, 1990
-All-Great Lakes Region (Second Team), 1990

Chris Bowles
-Division II Bulletin NCAA Division II Player of the Year 1994
-Division II Bulletin, (First Team) 1994
-Basketball Times (First Team) 1994
-USA Today/Don Hansen's Weekly Basketball Gazette, 1994
-NABC (Third Team) 1994
-Basketball Times (Second Team) 1993
-NABC (Third Team) 1993
-Honorable Mention, Division II Bulletin, 1993
-Honorable Mention,1992
-All-Great Lakes Region (First Team), 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994
-NCAA Great Lakes Regonal All-Tournament, 1993, 1994
-NCAA Great Lakes Regional Most Outstanding Player, 1994
-GLVC Player of the Year, 1994
-GLVC Newcomer of the Year, 1991
-First team All-GLVC 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994

Tyrone Tate
-USA Today Weekly Basketball Gazette (2nd Team)1994
-Division II Bulletin (3rd Team) 1994
-NCAA II Elite Eight All-Tournament, 1994
-NCAA II Great Lakes Regional All-Tournament, 1994
-All-Great Lakes Region (First Team) 1994
-All-GLVC 1993 (Second Team), 1994 (First Team)
-GLVC Newcomer of the Year 1993

Stan Gouard
-NABC Player of the Year and First Team All-American, 1995 & 1996
-USA Today/Don Hansen's Weekly Basketball Gazette (Honorable Mention) 1994
-Division II Bulletin (Honorable Mention) 1994
-NCAA II Elite Eight Most Outstanding Player, 1994
-NCAA II Great Lake Regional All-Tournament, 1994, 1995
-GLVC Newcomer of the Year, 1994
-All-GLVC 1994 (First Team), 1995 (First Team), 1996 (First Team)
-All-Great Lakes Region (Second Team) 1994, 1995 (First Team), 1996 First Team

Chad Gilbert
-First Team All-American (Baseketball Times and CollegeSports), 1996
-Second Team All-American (CoSIDA), 1996
-First Team All-Great Lakes Region (NABC), 1996
-GLVC Player of the Year, 1996
-All-GLVC, 1995 (Honorable Mention), 1996 (First Team)
-NCAA II Great Lakes Regional Most Outstanding Player, 1995
-NCAA II Elite Eight All-Tournament Team, 1995

Jeremy Pearson
-Honorable mention All-American Division II Bulletin
-First Team All-GLVC, 1998
-Second Team All-GLVC, 1997
-Disney Division II Tip-Off Classic All-Tournament team.

Derrick Lyons
-First team All-American (Division II Bulletin); second team All-American (Basketball
  Times
);   third team All-American (NABC), 2001
-All-Great Lakes Region (Daktronics), 2000, 2001
-GLVC Player of the Year, 2001
-All-GLVC, 2000 (second team); 2001 (first team)
-NCAA II Great Lakes Regional All-Tournament, 2000
-Great Lakes Valley Conference All-Tournament, 2000, 2001

Diond're Givens
-Honorable Mention All-American (Division II Bulletin), 2003
-All-Great Lakes Region (NABC and Daktronics), 2003
-All-NCAA II Great Lakes Regional Tournament Team, 2003
-All-GLVC (First Team), 2003

Randy Holbrook
-Honorable Mention All-American (Division II Bulletin and Basketball Times), 2005
-All-Great Lakes Region (NABC and Daktronics), 2005
-All-GLVC (FirstTeam), 2005
-GLVC All-Tournament, 2005
-GLVC Tournament Most Outstanding Player, 2005

Chris Thompson
-
First Team All-American Basketball Times 2006
-
Second Team All-American Dakrontics and Division II Bulletin 2006
-
Daktronics Great Lakes Region Player of the Year, 2006
-First Team All-Region NABC and Daktronics, 2006
-co-GLVC Player of the Year, 2006
-First Team All-GLVC, 2006
-Division II Bulletin Player of the Month (twice), 2006
-GLVC Player of the Week (four times), 2005-06
-Honorable mention All-GLVC, 2005

Rashard Sullivan
-Honorable Mention All-American Division II Bulletin, 2007
-Disney Division II Tip-Off Classic Most Outstanding Player, 2007
-First Team All-Great Lakes Region NABC, 2007
-Second Team All-Great Lakes Region Daktroinics, 2007
-First Team All-GLVC

Norman Plummer
-Honorable Mention All-American Division II Bulletin, 2008
-Second Team All-Great Lakes Region NABC, 2008
-Second Team All-Great Lakes Region Daktroinics, 2008
-First Team All-GLVC
-Division II Bulletin Player of the Month December 2008

Sertoma Charities All-Star Classic Participants
DeJuan "Spider" Rowser, 1977
Cortez Collins, 1979
John Hollinden, 1981

Eagles Who Entered the Pro Ranks
Randy Curl (Class of '78)
-Helsinki, Finland (Europe), 1979-83
Cortez Collins (Class of '79)
-Drafted by Chicago Bulls (NBA)
John Hollinden (Class of '81)
-Drafted by Dallas Mavericks (NBA)
Clarence James (Class of '83)
-Drafted by Detroit Spirits (CBA)
Kelly Williams (Class of '83)
-Sweden (Europe), 1983
Mike Wright (Class of '86)
-Adelaide (Australia)
Julian Hall III (Class of '87)
-Club Corres (Mexico)
Chris Bowles (Class of ‘94)
-Columbia
Cortez Barnes (Class of ‘95)
-Sweden
Stan Gouard (Class of '96)
-Portland (USBL) (Drafted 3rd Round)
-Sweden (Europe)
-Idaho Stampede (CBA)
-Columbia
Jeremy Pearson (Class of ‘98)
-South America
-Australia
-Israel
Wayne Houston ('98)
-Jalaa
Rod Gatson ('98)
-Portugal (Almada)
Leighton Nash ('99)
-Spain (Assumptes)
Brandon Hughes ('00)
-Poland (Unia/Wisla)
Habib Ademi ('00)
-Kosovo (Mabetex P.)
Derrick Lyons ('01)
-Ireland (Waterford)
-Atlanta Vision (ABA)
Ronnie Griffin ('02)
-Finland (Team Componenta)
Diond're Givens ('03)
-Switerland (Geneva Devils)
John Oden ('04)
-NBA (Indiana Pacers-Summer)
Randy Holbrook ('05)
-Nebraska Cranes (USBL, third round)
-Notec Inowroclaw (Poland Division-EBL)
Reque Newsome ('05)
-Club Atletico Olimpia (Uruquay)
Chris Thompson ('06)
-NVV Lions Monchengladbach (Germany)
Danny Gibson ('06)
-NVV Lions Monchengladbach (Germany)
Melvin Hall ('07)
-Phoenix Hagen (Germany)
-FC Shalke 04 (Germany)
Rashard Sullivan ('07)
-Allianz Swans Gmunden (Austria)
Norman Plummer ('07)
-FC Shalke 04 (Germany)

NABC NCAA II Player of the Year
Stan Gouard-1995, 1996

Division II Bulletin Player of the Month
Chris Thompson-November 2005; January 2006
Randy Holbrook-January 2005
Wayne Houston-December 1997

NCAA Elite Eight All-Tournament Selections
Tyrone Tate-1994
Stan Gouard-1994
Chad Gilbert-1995
Brian Huebner-1995
Joe Gordon-2004
Cris Brunson-2004

NCAA Elite Eight Most Outstanding Players
Stan Gouard-1994

CBS/Chevrolet Most Valuable Players
Stan Gouard-1994
Cortez Barnes-1995*
Randy Holbrook-2004
*USI won NCAA II National Championship

NCAA Great Lakes Regional All-Tournament Selections
Cortez Collins-1978
John Hollinden-1980
Dan Labhart-1980
John Brown-1981
Stephen Jackson-1985
Jeff Embrey-1985
Julian Hall III-1987
Chris Bowles-1993, 1994
Tyrone Tate-1994
Stan Gouard-1994, 1995, 1996
Chad Gilbert-1995
Brian Huebner-1995
Marc Hostetter-1997
Leighton Nash-1998, 1999
Jeremy Pearson-1998
Junior Bond-1999
Brandun Hughes-2000
Derrick Lyons-2000
Marlowe Currie-2001
Diond're Givens-2003
Billy Harris-2003
Cris Brunson-2004
Randy Holbrook-2004
Joe Gordon-2004
Chris Thompson-2006
Danny Gibson-2006

NCAA Great Lakes Regional Most Outstanding Players
Chris Bowles-1994
Chad Gilbert-1995
Cris Brunson-2004

All-Great Lakes Valley Conference Team
Cortez Collins-1979 (First Team)
John Hollinden-1980 (First Team), 1981 (First Team)
John Brown-1980 (Second Team), 1981 (First Team)
Cully Nelson-1982 (Second Team), 1983 (First Team)
Stephen Jackson-1984 (First Team), 1985 (First Team)1986 (First Team),
                                 1987 (First Team)
Julian Hall III-1987 (First Team)
Robin Clark-1990 (Second Team)
Chris Johnson-1990 (Second Team)
Ilo Mutombo-1990 (Honorable Mention), 1991 (Hon. Mention)
John Schellenberg-1991 (Honorable Mention)
Chris Bowles-1991 (First Team), 1992 (First Team), 1993 (First Team),
                           1994 (First Team)
Tyrone Tate-1993 (Second Team), 1994 (First Team)
Stan Gouard-1994 (First Team), 1995 (First Team), 1996 (First Team)
Chad Gilbert-1995 (Honorable Mention), 1996 (First Team)
Brian Huebner-1995 (Honorable Mention)
Cortez Barnes-1995 (Honorable Mention)
Marc Hostetter-1996 (Honorable Mention), 1997 (Honorable Mention)
Johnny Moore-1997 (First Team)
Jeremy Pearson-1997 (Second Team), 1998 (First Team)
Scott Taylor-1997 (Honorable Mention)
Wayne Houston-1998 (Second Team)
Leighton Nash-1999 (First Team
Junior Bond-1999 (First Team)
Brandun Hughes-2000 (First Team)
Habib Ademi-2000 (Second Team)
Derrick Lyons-2000 (Second Team); 2001 (First Team)
Marlowe Currie-2001 (Second Team)
LaJuan Christon-2001 (Honorable Mention)
Ronnie Griffin-2002 (First Team)
Cris Brunson-2002 (Honorable Mention), 2003 (Honorable Mention),
                         2005 (Honorable Mention)
Billy Harris-2003 (Second Team); 2004 (Second Team)
Diond're Givens-2003 (First Team)
John Oden-2003 (Second Team)
Randy Holbrook-2005 (First Team)
David Bryant-2005 (Honorable Mention)
Chris Thompson-2005 (Honorable Mention); 2006 (First Team)
Geoff Van Winkle-2005 (Honorable Mention)
Danny Gibson-2006 (Honorable Mention)
Melvin Hall-2006 (Honorable Mention); 2007 (Second Team)
Rashard Sullivan-2007 (First Team)
Kenny Page-2007 (Honorable Mention)
Norman Plummer-2008 (First Team)

GLVC Player-of-the-Year
John Hollinden-1981
Stephen Jackson-1985
Chris Bowles-1994
Chad Gilbert-1996
Derrick Lyons-2001
Chris Thompson-2006

GLVC Newcomer-of-the-Year
(*changed to Freshman of the Year in 1997)

Stephen Jackson-1983
Jeff Embrey-1985
Julian Hall III-1986
Chris Bowles-1991
Tyrone Tate-1993
Stan Gouard-1994
Cortez Barnes-1995
Cris Brunson-2002
Geoff Van Winkle-2004

GLVC All-Tournament Team
Leighton Nash-1999
Kimon Green-2000
Derrick Lyons-2000, 2001
Marlowe Currie-2001
Ronnie Griffin-2002
Clarence Chillers-2003
Billy Harris-2004
Randy Holbrook-2005
Carl Richburg-2005
Melvin Hall-2007
Kenny Page-2007

GLVC Tournament Most Outstanding Player
Melvin Hall-2007
Randy Holbrook-2005

All-Great Lakes Region Team
Stephen Jackson-1985 (First Team); 1986 (First Team); 1987 (Second Team)
Jeff Embrey-1985 (Second Team)
Julian Hall III-1986 (First Team); 1987 (First Team)
Robin Clark-1990 (Second Team)
Chris Johnson-1990 (Second Team)
Chris Bowles-1991 (First Team), 1992 (First Team),
                          1993(First Team),1994 (First Team)
Tyrone Tate-1994 (First Team)
Stan Gouard-1994 (Second Team), 1995 (First Team)
Chad Gilbert-1996 (First Team)
Leighton Nash-1999 (Second Team)
Brandun Hughes-2000 (Second Team Daktronics)
Habib Ademi-2000 (Second Team Daktronics)
Derrick Lyons-2000 (Second Team Daktronics); 2001 (Second Team Daktronics)
Marlowe Currie-2001(Second Team Daktronics)
Ronnie Griffin-2002 (Second Team Daktronics and NABC)
Diond're Givens-2003 (Second Team Daktronics and NABC)
Randy Holbrook-2005 (Second Team Daktronics and NABC)
Chris Thompson-2006 (First Team Daktronics and NABC)
Rashard Sullivan-2007 (First Team NABC and Second Team Daktronics)
Melvin Hall-2007 (Second Team NABC and Daktronics)
Norman Plummer-2008 (First Team Daktronics, Second Team NABC)

Daktronics Region Player of the Year
Chris Thompson-2006

GLVC All-Academic Team
Dave Moran-1986, 1987
P.K. Falkenstein-1987
Antonio Reyes-1987
Chris Schafer-1988
Craig Martin-1992, 1993, 1994
Chris Bowles-1993, 1994
Todd Jones-1993
Stu Sheets-1993
Neil Coyle-1994, 1995, 1996
Jeff Doyle-1994
Scott Taylor-1994
Marc Hostetter-1995, 1997
Jason Dominick-1996
Tim Tooley-1997, 1998, 1999
Ryan Kelley-1998, 1999
Habib Ademi-1999
John Bucher-1999
Josh Kain-1999
Kent Stackhouse-1999
Mike Arnold-2001, 2004
Carl Richburg-2005
Mike Kalicak-2006, 2007
Shane Sims-2006|
Drew Glover-2007, 2008
Brent Owen-2007, 2008

Rashard Sullivan-2007

Coach-of-the-Year
Wayne Boultinghouse-GLVC, 1980, NABC District 4, 1981
Mark Bial-GLVC, 1987
Bruce Pearl-GLVC, 1993, 1994, NABC NCAA Division II Coach of the Year;
                       2000 NABC NCAA II District Coach of the Year
 

Coach-of-the-Month
Rick Herdes-Division II Bulletin Coach of the Month (Dec. 2003)
 

Player-of-the-Month
Wayne Houston-Division II Bulletin Player of the Month (Dec. 1997)
Randy Holbrook-Division II Bulletin Player of the Month (Jan. 2005)
Chris Thompson-Division II Bulletin Player of the Month (Nov. 2005, Jan. 2006)
Norman Plummer-Division II Bulletin Player of the Month (Dec. 2007)

Team Honors
1978- NCAA Great Lakes Regional (Runner-up)
1980- Ranked 10th Nationally
           GLVC Champions
           NCAA Great Lakes Regional (4th place)
1981- Ranked 4th Nationally
           GLVC Champions
           NCAA Great Lakes Regional (4th  place)
1982- Ranked 13th Nationally
1985- GLVC Tri-Championship
           NCAA Great Lakes Regional (3rd place)
1987- Ranked 12th Nationally
            GLVC Co-Champions
            NCAA Great Lakes Regional (3rd place)
1990- Ranked 12th  Nationally
            NCAA South Central Regional (4th place)
            Nationally Ranked 20th (pre-Season poll)
            Nationally Ranked 18th NCAA Basketball Preview Magazine
1993- Ranked 11th  Nationally, Ranked 2nd  Great Lakes Region
            NCAA Great Lakes Regional (3rd place) (HOSTED BY USI)
1994- Ranked 4th  Nationally, Ranked 3rd  Don Hansen Basketball Gazette
1994- Great Lakes Valley Conference Champions
            NCAA Great Lakes Regional (1st place) (HOSTED BY USI)
            NCAA Division II Elite Eight (Springfield, Mass.) (National Finalist)
1995- Ranked NUMBER ONE Nationally
            NCAA Great Lakes Regionals (1st  place)
            NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
1996- Great Lakes Valley Conference Champions
            NCAA Great Lakes Regional (2nd  place) (HOSTED BY USI)
            Ranked NUMBER ONE Nationally
1997- Great Lakes Valley Conference Co-Champions (Three-way tie)
            NCAA II Great Lakes Regional berth
            Ranked NUMBER ONE Nationally
            Disney Division II Tip-Off Classic Champions
1998- Ranked NUMBER ONE nationally
            Second Place GLVC Tournament
            NCAA Great Lakes Regional ( 2nd  place)
1999- Ranked NUMBER ONE nationally for one week
            (ranked number one five straight years)
            Second in GLVC Tournament
            NCAA Great Lakes Region (2nd  place)
2000- 500th USI victory vs. LeMoyne Owen (Nov. 22, 1999)
            Ranked 5th nationally (six straight seasons in the top five)
            Second in GLVC Tournament
            NCAA II Great Lakes Regional (2nd  place)
2001-Ranked NUMBER ONE for sixth time in seven seasons
          GLVC Regular Season Champion
          GLVC Tournament (2nd)
          NCAA II Tournament (9th straight season)
2002-GLVC Tournament (Tied 3rd)
2003-Ranked 8th by Division II Bulletin and 12th by Basketball Times in the preseason.
           Ranked as high as 19th during the regular season.
           NCAA II Great Lakes Regional (2nd)
         Set NCAA II record with 37 straight free throws made versus Wisconsin-Parkside.
2004-Ranked NUMBER ONE nationally (ties at five weeks in the top spot)
           Placed second in the GLVC regular season and third in the GLVC Tournament.
           NCAA II Great Lakes Regional Champion
           NCAA II Elite Eight Finalist  (Bakersfield, CA)
2005-Rankd NUMBER ONE nationally
           Tied for 3rd in the NCAA II Great Lakes Regional
           First GLVC Regular Season
           GLVC Tournament Championship
2006-Ranked in the top 10 nationally
           NCAA II Great Lakes Regional (2nd Place)
           GLVC Tournament
           Disney Division II Tip-Off Champion
2007-Ranked as high as 2nd nationally by NABC
         NCAA II Great Lakes Regional
         GLVC Tournament Champion
         GLVC West Division Champoin
         Disney Division II Tip-Off Classic Champion
2008-Ranked as high as 7th in the preseason by Division II Bulletiin
        

All-Time Coaching Records

Year Record Coach
1970-71 6- 10 Jerry Altstadt (30-59)
1971-72 4- 20 Jerry Altstadt
1972-73 8- 15 Jerry Altstadt
1973-74 12- 14 Jerry Altstadt
1974-75 6- 19 Wayne Boultinghouse (111-79)
1975-76 11- 15 Wayne Boultinghouse
1976-77 19- 8 Wayne Boultinghouse
1977-78 19- 9 Wayne Boultinghouse
1978-79 15- 11 Wayne Boultinghouse
1979-80 20- 9 Wayne Boultinghouse
1980-81 21- 8 Wayne Boultinghouse
1981-82 15- 12 Creighton Burns (40-43)
1982-83 15- 13 Creighton Burns
1983-84 10- 18 Creighton Burns
1984-85 18- 11 Mark Coomes (18-11)
1985-86 19- 9 Mark Bial (55-31)
1986-87 24- 6 Mark Bial
1987-88 12- 16 Mark Bial
1988-89 15- 13 Lionel Sinn (64-50)
1989-90 20- 10 Lionel Sinn
1990-91 19- 9 Lionel Sinn
1991-92 10- 18 Lionel Sinn
1992-93 22- 7 Bruce Pearl (231-46)
1993-94 28- 4* Bruce Pearl
1994-95 29- 4! Bruce Pearl**
1995-96 25- 4 Bruce Pearl
1996-97 23- 5 Bruce Pearl
1997-98 27- 6 Bruce Pearl
1998-99 26- 6 Bruce Pearl
1999-00 25- 6 Bruce Pearl
2000-01 26- 4 Bruce Pearl
2001-02 22- 8 Rick Herdes (173-52)
2002-03 25-7 Rick Herdes
2003-04 28-7 Rick Herdes
2004-05 27-5 Rick Herdes
2005-06 27-7 Rick Herdes
2006-07 29-6 Rick Herdes
2007-08 15-12 Rick Herdes
38 Years 722-371 (.640)  

*NCAA II National Finalist; **NABC Coach of the Year; !NCAA II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS


1970-2008 All-Time Men's Basketball Series Records

OPPONENTS

W

L

Abilene Christian

3

0

Alaska-Fairbanks

1

0

Anderson

1

0

Armstrong State

2

1

Ashland

19

13

Assumption

1

0

Augusta

2

0

Austin Peay

1

1

Bellarmine

42

25

Belmont

1

1

Bethel (TN)

1

1

Brescia

2

0

Bryan

1

0

Butler

0

3

Caldwell

1

0

California Riverside

1

1

California St. Bakersfield

0

1

California St. San Bernardino

1

0

Cameron

1

0

Central Michigan

0

1

Central Missouri

0

1

Central Oklahoma

1

1

Central State

4

3

Central Washington

0

1

Charleston

1

0

Columbus State

2

0

Cumberland

0

1

David Lipscomb

1

5

Delta State

1

0

Drury

3

4

Eastern Illinois

2

1

Franklin

6

5

Ferris State

8

2

Findlay

1

0

Florida Southern

0

2

Florida Tech

1

0

Fontbonne

1

0

Furman

0

1

Gannon

1

0

Georgetown (D.C.)

0

1

Glenville State

2

0

Grace

1

0

Grand Canyon

1

0

Grand Valley State

1

1

Hanover

6

0

Harris-Stowe State

2

0

Heidelberg

1

0

Henderson State

3

0

Hillsdale

2

0

Huntington

1

0

UI-Chicago Circle

2

2

Illinois-Springfield

3

1

Indianapolis

44

15

Indiana Tech

2

0

Indiana-Kokomo

3

0

Indiana/Purdue Ft. Wayne

26

13

Indiana/Purdue Indianapolis

12

4

Indiana Northwest

2

0

Indiana South Bend

2

0

Indiana Southeast

16

7

Indiana Wesleyan

1

0

Johnson C. Smith

1

0

Kennesaw State

0

1

Judson

1

0

Kentucky State

15

3

Kentucky Wesleyan

33

43

Lande

1

0

Lees-McRae

1

0

LeMoyne Owen

1

0

Lewis

33

22

Lincoln

2

0

Lock Haven

1

0

Manchester

3

0

Marian

2

1

Marion

3

1

Mars Hill

1

0

McKendree

1

6

Mercer

0

1

Metro State

1

0

Michigan Tech

3

0

Milton

1

0

Minnesota-Duluth

1

0

Mississippi

0

1

Missouri

0

2

Missouri-Baptist

3

1

Missouri S&T

7

2

Missouri-St. Louis

26

11

Missouri Southern

1

2

Morehouse

1

0

Morris Brown

1

0

Mount St. Clare

1

0

Nebraska-Omaha

1

0

New Hampshire

3

0

Norfolk State

1

0

North Alabama

2

1

North Central

2

0

North Georgia

1

0

Northeast Illinois

1

0

Northern Kentucky

42

17

Northern Michigan

0

2

Northern State

1

0

Northwest Missouri State

1

1

Northwood Institute

1

4

Oakland

2

0

Oakland City

34

10

Ohio Valley

1

0

Oklahoma City

1

0

Olivet

2

0

Olivet Nazarene

4

0

Oral Roberts

0

1

Pace

1

0

Pikeville

1

0

Pittsburgh-Johnstown

1

0

Purdue-Calumet

5

1

Puerto Rico-Mayaguez

2

0

Quincy

21

8

Rio Grande

1

0

Roanoke

2

1

Robert Morris

1

0

Rockhurst

6

1

Rose-Hulman

3

0

Saginaw Valley

2

0

St. Francis (IN)

4

1

St. Mary’s (MI)

1

0

Saint Joseph’s (IN)

42

20

St. Meinrad

2

0

St. Xavier

1

0

Siena Heights

1

0

South Dakota

2

0

South Carolina-Spartanburg

1

0

Southern Illinois

0

3

SIU Edwardsville

44

20

Southern Mississippi

0

1

Southeast Missouri

2

3

Southwest Baptist

1

1

Southwest Minnesota

1

0

Southwest Missouri

0

1

Stonehill

1

0

Tampa

1

0

Taylor

0

1

Tennessee-Martin

3

5

Tennessee State

3

1

Tennessee Wesleyan

1

0

Texas A&M Commerce

1

0

Tiffin

3

0

Thomas College

1

0

Thomas Moore

0

4

Transylvania

8

18

Tri-State (IN)

1

0

Troy State

0

1

Truman State
(formerly NEMO)

1

0

Tusculum

2

0

Union

2

0

Urbana

2

0

Virginia Union

0

1

Wake Forest

0

1

Washburn

1

1

Wayne State (NE)

1

0

Wayne State (MI)

7

0

West Georgia

1

2

Western Illinois

1

2

Western Michigan

1

1

Western Washington

1

0

West Texas State

0

1

Wilberforce

2

0

Wingate

0

1

Winona State

1

0

Wisconsin

1

0

Wisconsin-Parkside

21

7

Wisconsin-Platteville

1

0

Wisconsin-Whitewater

0

1

Wright State

1

5

Wyoming

0

1


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