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  1. 1. TM Summer 2008 Winning at WU: Washburn celebrates student achievements
  2. 2. HiSTORY & TRADiTiONS Washburn’s campus 24 years after Lee Arena became the primary game site. The tin wall, still painted blue, covers up what used to be a stage, and the support poles still rise up out of the bleachers. The building has served its purpose well the last quarter century as a practice gym for basketball and volleyball and any outdoor sport that cares to use it when the weather is bad. Starting this summer, the outside will remain the same, but the inside of 1962 Whiting Field House will never be the same again after renovations on the Whiting Field House: 80-year-old building begin. The $5.3 million project will turn the Home court advantage out-dated building into a state-of-the-art, modern facility that will create a new remembered as renovation begins weight room, locker rooms, practice courts, offices, classrooms and an entry By Jeremy Wangler that will house the Washburn Athletics A Hall of Fame and trophy cases. pair of free throws with charity baskets. The Spartans launched The success of the Ichabods and Lady one second left and then a a desperation shot at the buzzer that Blues basketball programs has continued desperation shot at the buzzer slammed off the backboard and fell to to grow since moving into Lee Arena, brought 56 years of history to an end. the ground. and the renovations to Whiting, expected Gary Howard missed the front end Since Dec. 18, 1928, Whiting Field to be complete by November 2009, will House stood as the home court to the only make things better. Ichabods and later the Lady Blues. With “I like buildings that are used their 58-56 win over Marymount 56 everyday,” said Bob Chipman, years later to advance them to the NAIA Washburn’s men’s basketball coach since District 10 championship, the Ichabods 1979. “When that whole building gets brought to an end an historic home redone, it’s going to be a huge part of court advantage that featured a gigantic The student section was in the north balcony. everybody in the department.” and distracting blue wall behind one of of a one-and-one, and with a second the baskets, view-blocking poles and left, Dennis Brady was fouled by Los Angeles Lakers-like fan seating near Marymount on March 5, 1984. With the the team benches. score tied at 56-56, Brady stepped up to The native stone building, that many the free throw line and calmly hit both say resembles a fort, still stands on The east side of Whiting Field House is packed during a game played in the 1930s. 12 | summer 2008 | www.washburn.edu/alumni
  3. 3. Chipman saw his fair share of exciting Field House seemed to games in the eight years he coached in be a part of every the field house, five as a head coach. Washburn win. He recalled an experience he had with Or maybe it was a Betty Casper, a ticket seller at Whiting giant blue wall. during his first game. When Whiting was “My very first game as head coach built, it included a large she was selling tickets. I went to her stage on the south end and said I was really nervous and she of the court that was used gave me some gum and we won,” for concerts and plays. Chipman said. “We won our first three When it wasn’t in use, The stage on the south end of the court is covered by a curtain in this games there so I actually thought that a curtain covered it up, 1940s photograph. was pretty lucky so I’d come to her and and then later, the curtain ask for gum. After a while she would was replaced with a blue tin wall. The The Ichabods defeated the Jayhawks actually just give it to me and she’s been wall seemed to throw off opponents 25-24 in that game as Washburn opened giving me gum now for 29 years before shooting on that end. the $200,000 facility. Now, 80 years later, every game.” “The opposing teams hated that,” it is being renovated. Chipman said. “I don’t know what the “Whiting seemed like the greatest stats are for opposing teams shooting place in the world, but we knew that on that end, but they aren’t very good.” we needed something new,” Chipman Chipman had a 105-46 record in said about losing his home court early Whiting, and he was coach when in his career. He was glad to see Lee Gary Carrier became Washburn’s Arena built to give the University more all-time leading scorer on Feb. 18, facilities, and now he’s glad to see his 1984. Washburn won seven conference old stomping grounds see much-needed titles there, and seven different All- improvements, even if it means tearing Americans called it home. Women’s up the old floor and balconies and Members of Kappa Sigma fraternity play in an intramural basketball began in 1969, and the Lady replacing them with a multi-level facility game in the 1930s. Blues enjoyed a 152-145 home record with a weight room on the bottom and Casper not only provided Chipman until moving to Lee Arena in 1984, and practice courts on the top. with his lucky gum, she also helped they won their first ever conference “I think it’s neat that they’re keeping provide him with the raucous home championship in their last year the outside the same. With that and the court advantage Washburn was used to. in Whiting. dressing up on the inside, I think it’s a “Playing against Fort Hays, their coach When Whiting was dedicated on great combination,” he said. would hold up a different colored towel Dec. 18, 1928, in a game against Kansas, for each defense,” he recalled. “So Betty, Jayhawk coach Forrest “Phog” Allen Cheerleaders in front of the student section watch a game in 1962. as smart as she was, brought a bunch called the new structure “the finest field of different colored towels. Their kids house in the state.” would be looking over and there would be four or five different towels waving with different colors right behind their bench.” Whether it was the uncontrollable student section in the north balcony that cost the Ichabods a few technical fouls in the five years Chipman coached there, or the life-long season ticket holders that passionately cheered on their Ichabods and Lady Blues, the tight- knit 2,500 or so fans that packed Whiting www.washburn.edu/alumni | summer 2008 | 13
  4. 4. Winter 2006 Washburn Transformational Experience Part II
  5. 5. ALUMNI NEWS Basketball Brings Ichabods to China: Once in a lifetime experience transforms players and fans By Jeremy Wangler photos by Jeremy Wangler 6 | winter 2006 | www.washburn.edu/alumni
  6. 6. P erhaps no country has more potential for growth and modernization than China, and perhaps no other country has more history and culture. With more than one billion people, China seems to be torn between keeping its history and culture while looking to the West for modernization. The Washburn men’s basketball team and a group from the WU Alumni Association experienced firsthand China’s ever-changing photo submitted by Susie Hoffmann landscape on a 10-day trip to China in August. After getting over the culture shock and the attention they received as tall Western basketball players, the student-athletes were able to win big in their four games against Chinese This group of alumni and friends took an optional tour extension to Bejing, which included a stop at the Great Wall, universities. a symbol of ancient China extending nearly 3,000 miles across northern China. “When we first got there, I was overwhelmed by everything. Once I “The hardest part was trying not to let settled down, I was excited and anxious it get to our head. They looked at us like to go out and see everything,” said freshman we’re superstars,” said Negrin. Sergio Negrin, Bradenton, Fla. “It was a Thousands of cars pack the streets of photos by Jeremy Wangler ‘wow’ experience.” China’s cities, and hundreds of new ones “This was a once in a lifetime experience are introduced each day. Those who don’t for all of us. It’s something we’ll remember have cars ride bikes or scooters, or just walk. forever that will bond this group together,” Everything merges into one chaotic stream of said head coach Bob Chipman. traffic that somehow seems to flow just right. Authentic Chinese food was served Those suffering homesickness could cure at nearly every meal, and the group it with the popular McDonald’s, Kentucky experienced China’s ancient traditions Fried Chicken and Pizza Hut franchises in art and culture. They sampled green tea, spread throughout the country. saw pearls pulled from oysters and strung After settling into Hangzhou for a few days, into necklaces and watched as silk was the team headed to Jinhua to play the first (Top photo) Kyle Snyder, stretched into a quilt. They visited temples, Effingham, Kan., a forward for of two games. Zhejiang Normal University, caves and pagodas that told the story of the Ichabods, wows the audience Washburn’s sister school in China, hosted with a dunk during the exhibition China’s secluded history and its peoples’ the Ichabods. Baili Zhang, Washburn’s director game against Zhejiang University attempts to hold onto the past. in Jinhua, China. of international programs and a former resident While the group was able to see some of Jinhua, acted as a guide for the trip as (Bottom photo) Kyle Fisher, of China’s ancient culture, much of the trip Liberty, Mo., a guard for the he showed off ZNU, his former school. was spent in the larger cities that seem to Ichabod basketball team, The Ichabods outmatched and outsized greets fans before the exhibition brush aside the past as they look to the West with Zhejiang University in their hosts, winning each game by an average for modernization. After arriving in Shanghai, Jinhua, China. Throughout of 47 points. The crowds of nearly 2,000 the trip, Fisher’s periodic the Ichabods and fans were taken by bus to people, mostly local students, didn’t seem journals recounting his and Hangzhou, a city of about 6 million people. his teammates’ experiences to mind the defeat as they were treated to While visiting West Lake, the taller in China were published numerous dazzling dunks and in the Topeka Capital-Journal. members of the team were a nearly full-court shot from greeted by the locals with (continued on page 8) calls of “NBA? NBA?” www.washburn.edu | winter 2006 | 7
  7. 7. ALUMNI NEWS photo submitted by Susie Hoffmann Pictured in Shanghai during the Aug. 12-21 Alumni Association-sponsored China trip are some of the 84 alumni, friends and members of the Washburn Ichabod basketball team: Bobbie and Donald Anderson, James Ahrens, Dena Anson, Christian Armstrong, Ewan Auguste, Donna and Jack Bender, Diane Benson, Gregory and Marlene Bien, Howard and Pamela Brooks, Mary Brooks, Ermilou and William Bryan, Kate Byers, Paul Byers, Joy Carlson, Jake Carter, Dylan Channel, Dale and Mary Channel, Ronda Channel, Bob and Carol Chipman, Bobby Chipman, Betty Cleland, Joseph and Sandra Crimmins, Moriba DeCoteau, Becky and Richard Dickinson, Kerry Dickerson, Allen Dickes, Donald Dirks, Tom Ellis, Jerry and Susan Farley, Kyle Fisher, Janet and John Frieden, Barbara Gibson, Maretta and Roger Ginavan, Jim and Rugena Hall, Grant Hargett, Carol and Tim Haug, Adam Head, Robert Hein, Alexander Henriquez, Francois Henriquez, Nicholas Henriquez, Susie Hoffmann, Eugene Hulse, Matthew Jackson, Alma Meile, Andrew Meile, Stephen Miller, Ronald Monhollon, Sergio Negrin, Christine Nisbeth, Mark and Sherry Nusbaum, Kandy Ockree, Eric Patch, Frank Phifer, Marsha Plush, Darrell Revell, Jeanie Schuler, Brady Sisk, Craig Srna, Laura Stephenson, David Sollars, Kyle Snyder, Sharon Throwald, Jeremy Wangler, John Weidling, Ron Wessel, Carolyn Wiley, Michael Williams and Sophia Zetmeir. Washburn’s Adam Head, Topeka, that toward the international education tract a profound international experience will swished through the net at the buzzer. requirement for the Washburn give the students a competitive edge,” President Jerry Farley addressed ZNU’s Transformational Experience. said Zhang. “Washburn strives to provide president and administration and the rest Negrin explained what the trip did that winning combination. I applaud of the crowd during the first game. for him. the administration’s commitment to “These games are an opportunity “We gained further knowledge of international education and the students’ for students from China and America the world, China’s culture and just how courage to live up to that challenge.” to get to know each other,” said Farley. lucky we are in the United States, he After their time in Jinhua, the “Our travels through China have given us said. “I have been telling my family and Ichabods and alumni group headed back an appreciation for the history, culture friends that China is definitely something to Shanghai for the final days of the trip. and enormous steps toward economic they need to see and experience so While taking in the sights and sounds development China enjoys. As a bonus, they can gain their own perspective.” of China’s financial and cultural city, the our universities have formed closer “You’re always going to look Ichabods managed two more wins, this bonds, impacting the academic initiatives favorably on your university and take time over Shanghai Normal University. of both Washburn and our sister pride in it,” Chipman said. “I think While the Ichabods had to get back institutions in China.” this trip helps them increase that to Topeka for classes, many of the Because such a trip abroad would great sense of pride.” alumni group be expected to impact a person’s “I truly believe in today’s world headed on perspective on the world, the student- environment, a solid to Beijing. athletes will be allowed to apply it college education with 8 | winter 2006 | www.washburn.edu/alumni
  8. 8. Overtime goal caps seven-year journey to give Mavericks first national title December 3, 2005 HISTORY WICHITA FALLS,Texas - It may have taken three minutes extra to do it, but the Mavericks completed a seven-year journey by winning their first national soccer championship at the Midwestern State University Soccer Field. Sophomore forward Brandie Beale blasted a high shot over the goal- keeper and into the back of the net 3:03 into overtime to defeat Seattle Pacific, 2-1 in the 2005 national championship game. It was the Mavs' fourth straight trip to the final four and their second national title match. "This has been four years com- ing for us," said head coach Don Klosterman after his team battled back from a 1-0 deficit for the sec- ond straight game. "These guys don't quit. They've shown it every single game." Klosterman started the Maver- ick soccer program seven years be- fore the national title and he saw his team fall in the final four in each of Brandie Beale scored the national championship-winning goal three the previous three years. minutes into overtime against Seattle Pacific. After falling behind early from 2005 National Championship an SPU goal at 7:24 from Megan chances. Lienhard, junior midfielder Amber Richardson lofted a shot up and through "We thought we needed a little more help in the midfield," said Klos- the wind from about 30 yards out. Falcon goalkeeper Jennifer Burns got a terman. "It seemed to give us some more support and we were able to win hand up and on the ball, but it bounced off her finger tips, onto the crossbar some balls." and came down for the game-tying goal. The shift gave the Mavs a big opportunity to win the game before the "With the wind, you just have to shoot the ball and take a chance," said first 90 minutes ran out. With seven remaining, Beale took the ball through Richardson, an all-tournament team member who finished the season with the box and shot it into the hands of a diving Burns. seven goals. Beale got another chance just three minutes into the Mavs' first and only After tying the game, the Mavs were able to control the flow for most overtime of the year. Freshman midfielder Tara Wegehaupt threw the ball in of the first half.They had a 9-3 advantage on shots in the opening period and near midfield to Richardson. The junior sent the ball forward to Beale who were able to battle off Seattle Pacific's chances. With 20 minutes remain- fired it in for her fifth game-winner and 13th goal of the year. She was named ing before intermission, freshman defender Whitney Telschaw headed one of the offensive MVP of the tournament after she finished with nine points. SPU's eight corner kicks out of the box that was headed for the goal. Senior goalkeeper Amy Price, who made five saves, including a diving one In the second half the Mavs weren't able to create the same chances with 10:40 left in regulation, was named the tournament's defensive MVP. and SPU was able to a put pressure on UNO. Late in regulation Klosterman Senior defender Meghan Pile, freshman forward Amanda Iwansky, McGill and pulled one of his three forwards back into the midfield to try and create Richardson were also named to the all-tournament team. The Mavericks tied two NCAA postseason tournament records along the way to their national title. Iwansky, who had a hat trick in the opening round game against North Dakota, scored seven goals in the NCAA tour- nament to tie the individual postsea- son record. Beale's five assists also tied a tournament record. She helped out on three goals in the tournament opener.The Mavericks became the first NCAA team from Nebraska or the North Central Conference to win a women's or men's soccer national title. Price, Pile, defender Becca Fritz and midfielder Christen Boeckel all graduate with the championship tro- phy after playing in all four final fours for the Mavs. "It's awesome," said Pile. "It's the 32 only way to go out."
  9. 9. 2008-09 Washburn Ichabods Men’s Basketball Game Notes Exhibition 2 Washburn Ichabods (0-1) at Kansas State Wildcats (0-0) Sunday, November 9, 2008 2 p.m. Where: Manhattan, Kan. Series Record: KSU 40-15; WU Coach Bob Chipman: 646- Arena: Bramlage Coli- KSU 1-0 in exhibitions 251 (.720) in his 30th season at Radio seum Last Meeting: KSU 94-90 WU and overall 580 WIBW AM Capacity: 12,528 (3OT) on 11/04/06 (A, exhibi- KSU Coach Frank Martin: (4:15 p.m. tape delay) Live Stats Rankings: Both teams tion) 21-12 in first season at KSU and wusports.com kstatesports.com unranked Last WU win: 42-38 in 1945- overall Follow the link under Men’s 46 Basketball Exhibition 3 Washburn Ichabods at Nevada-Las Vegas Runnin’ Rebels (0-0) Tuesday, November 11, 2008 9:30 p.m. Where: Nevada, Las Vegas Series Record: UNLV 1-0; WU Coach Bob Chipman: 646- Arena: Thomas & Mack UNLV 2-0 in Exhibitions 251 (.720) in his 30th season at Radio Center Last Meeting: UNLV 77-47 WU and overall KTPK 106.9 FM Capacity: 18,500 on 11/06/07 (A, Exhibition) UNLV Coach Lon Kruger: 91-42 wusports.com Live Stats Rankings: UNLV re- Last WU win: NA (.684) in 5th year at UNLV; 409- Follow the link under Men’s unlvrebels.com cieved votes in AP Top 25 257 (.614) in 23rd year overall Basketball & ESPN/USA Today polls Ichabods play at Kansas State and UNLV to wrap up exhibition season Ichabod Basketball 2008-09 Schedule The Ichabods will play their second and third exhi- Date Opponent Place Time bition games against NCAA Division I opponents when Nov. 4 Kansas (exh.) Lawrence, Kan. L 79-98 they play at Kansas State Sunday at 2 p.m. and then at Ne- Nov. 9 Kansas State (exh.) Manhattan, Kan. 2 p.m. Nov. 11 Nevada-Las Vegas (exh.) Las Vegas, Nev. 9:30 p.m. vada-Las Vegas Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Mountain Time/9:30 2008 Washburn Ichabods Basketball Classic p.m. Central Time. Nov. 15 Colorado Christian Topeka, Kan. 7 p.m. Washburn started the streak of three DI games in eight Nov. 16 Central Methodist (Mo.) Topeka, Kan. 3 p.m. days with a 98-79 loss at Kansas Tuesday night. The regu- Nov. 25 Baker Topeka, Kan. 7:30 p.m. 2008 Central Oklahoma Men’s Basketball Classic lar season will start for the Ichabods November 15 and 16 Nov. 28 Southwestern Oklahoma State Edmond, Okla. 6 p.m. when they host the Ichabods Classic in Lee Arena. That Nov. 29 Central Oklahoma Edmond, Okla. 8 p.m. will begin with a 7 p.m. game against Colorado Christian Dec. 3 * Nebraska-Omaha Topeka, Kan. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 6 * Northwest Missouri State Topeka, Kan. 7:30 p.m. November 15. Dec. 13 * Truman Kirksville, Mo. 3 p.m. 2008 Hoop N Surf Notes of Interest Dec. 17 Brigham Young-Hawaii Laie, Hawaii 11:30 p.m. • Washburn is 9-11 in exhibitions since the 2000-01 Dec. 18 Chaminade Laie, Hawaii 11:30 p.m. Dec. 29 * Missouri Western State St. Joseph, Mo. 7:30 p.m. season. The Ichabods are 0-11 against DI preseason Dec. 31 * Fort Hays State University Topeka, Kan. 3:30 p.m. competition. Jan. 3 * Central Missouri Topeka, Kan. 7:30 p.m. • WU head coach Bob Chipman begins his 30th season Jan. 7 * Southwest Baptist Topeka, Kan. 7:30 p.m. at Washburn and overall. His third game this season will Jan. 10 * Missouri Southern State Joplin, Mo. 7:30 p.m. Jan. 14 * Pittsburg State Topeka, Kan. 7:30 p.m. be his 900th. Once the season starts his .720 winning Jan. 17 * Emporia State Emporia, Kan. 7:30 p.m. percentage will be the third highest in NCAA history Jan. 24 * Nebraska-Omaha Omaha, Neb. 3:30 p.m. amongst coaches with 30 years of experience or more. Jan. 28 * Northwest Missouri State Maryville, Mo. 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31 * Missouri Western State Topeka, Kan. 7:30 p.m. Feb. 4 * Truman Topeka, Kan. 7:30 p.m. Feb. 7 * Fort Hays State Hays, Kan. 7:30 p.m. Washburn Sports Information Assistant SID (Men’s Basketball Contact): Jeremy Wangler Feb. 11 * Central Missouri Warrensburg, Mo. 7:30 p.m. Office Phone: (785) 670-1948 Feb. 14 * Southwest Baptist Bolivar, Mo. 3:30 p.m. Email: jeremy.wangler@washburn.edu Feb. 19 * Missouri Southern State Topeka, Kan. 7:30 p.m. Office Fax: (785) 670-1091 Feb. 21 * Pittsburg State Pittsburg, Kan. 7:30 p.m. Press Row Phone: (785) 670-1754 Feb. 25 * Emporia State Topeka, Kan. 7:30 p.m. Website: wusports.com
  10. 10. 2008-09 Washburn Ichabods Men’s Basketball Game Notes Ichabods play at KSU and UNLV to wrap up exhibition season Page 2 Bob Chipman Ichabods vs Wildcats Last Time Out Head Coach Kansas State 94, Washburn 90 3OT 1979-80 - Present (30th Season) Ichabods nearly spoil K-State’s opener in triple overtime loss Kansas State ’73 November 4, 2006 At Washburn: 646-251 (.720) MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Ichabods came out for their second exhibi- Overall: 646-251 (.720) tion game against a Big 12 school in three nights and nearly pulled off an upset in Kansas State’s first preseason game in a 94-90 triple-overtime loss at Bob Chipman, one of college basketball’s winningest coaches, begins his 30th season at the helm of the Ichabod basketball program. Bramlage Coliseum. Paul Byers shot 11-for-15 and led WU with 26 points For 23 years now Chipman has been the winningest coach in school and Michael Williams added 17. Brady Sisk had 16 points and Andrew Meile history and in 2006-07 he became the second winningest coach as a had 12. Byers had a double-double with 10 rebounds and junior forward Kyle member of the MIAA. Chipman is 646-251 (.720) overall and he has Snyder led all players with 11 boards. The Ichabods led for most of the first 405 wins since the Ichabods joined the MIAA. half and up until the 15:04 point of the second half when the Wildcats tied Chipman’s third game of 2008-09 will be his 900th as a head coach. it at 49-49. The Ichabods went back on top after that and held on until the Chipman begins his 30th season as a head coach third with a .720 5:35 mark when a free throw from Clent Stewart made it 61-60. Junior guard winning percentage amongst all NCAA II coaches who have coached Andrew Meile hit a jumper on the other end to give the lead back to WU. at least 30 seasons. Among that group, he is sixth in career victories. KSU got the basket back but then junior guard Grant Hargett slammed in a Among all coaches who have at least 10 years experience in DII, he dunk on a fast break and Meile nailed a 3-pointer to put the Ichabods up by is 18th in winning percentage and sixth in victories. Among active coaches with at least five years in NCAA II, Chipman is third in victo- two at 2:15. Williams then hit a free throw but K-State answered with three ries and 10th in winning percentage. free throws in the final 1:36. The Wildcats had a chance to win in regulation Among Chipman’s top accomplishments are his 1986-87 NAIA but David Hoskins missed a shot at the buzzer. national championship and his 2000-01 NCAA national finalist finish. In the first overtime Williams’ shot at the buzzer bounced off the rim and He has also coached seven different All-Americans, five MIAA most sent the game into double-overtime and once again, the ’Bods had a chance valuable players and 12 all-MIAA first-teamers. Chipman has guided his teams to 22 20-win seasons, including to win it but Byers’ jumper missed as time ran out.bThe Wildcats made seven seven in a row from 1983-84 to 1989-90, and four in a row from free throws in the third overtime to put the game out of reach for Washburn 1991-92 to 1994-95 and seven in a row from 1998-99 to 2004-05. and spoil head coach Bob Chipman’s return to his alma mater. Chipman’s teams have made 14 national tournament appearances, 10 in the NCAA and four in the NAIA. His teams have averaged 22 wins a year and he has coached 22 of the 24 20-win seasons in Washburn history. Ichabods vs Runnin’ Rebels Last Time Out Chipman joined the Washburn staff in 1976 as an assistant to UNLV 77, Washburn 47 longtime head coach Glenn Cafer. He served as assistant coach for Ichabods bounce back with strong second half in exhibition loss at three seasons, in addition to being an associate professor of physical UNLV education, softball and men’s tennis coach, and facilities coordinator. Chipman was promoted to head coach in April 1979-80 when Cafer November 7, 2007 was appointed director of athletics. LAS VEGAS - Darnell Kimble led the Ichabods with 14 points in his Chipman holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Kansas Ichabods vs Ranked Opponents two letters as a guard while Washburn debut as the Ichabods fell, 77-47 at NCAA Division I Nevada- State University. The 1973 graduate earned Las Vegas. The Ichabods overcame a slow first half by nearly outscoring the playing for Wildcat coaching legend Jack Hartman. He played his first Date Opponent Rank W/L Score Runnin’ Rebels in the second half. Kimble was 5 of 9 from the field and 4 12/30/06 at Central Missouriat Flint Community Junior College, in his two seasons of college ball 3 L 50-67 of 7 from the free throw line, scoring all but two of his points in the second 01/03/06 of Flint, Mich. hometown Emporia State 8 L 77-80 Chipman and hisMo. State live 15 Topeka with their son Bobby. 01/06/06 Northwest wife, Carol, in L 58-69 half. He also pulled in four rebounds. Paul Byers led the Ichabods on the 02/14/06 at Northwest Mo. State on the Kansas State volleyball team. Their daughter Kelsey is a junior 18 L 85-87 boards with 14 rebounds, enough to be a career-high if it were a regular sea- 02/17/06 at Emporia State 19 L 74-88 son game. He added six points and blocked two shots in 27 minutes off the Chipman Central Missouri Years 02/24/06 Through the 7 -- -- bench. Angel Santiago hit a pair of late 3-pointers to finish the night with Year W/L MIAA 1995-96 16-11 9-7 (t-3rd) 1979-80 20-8 -- 1996-97 24-9 15-3 (1st) nine points and Andrew Meile led the team with three assists. Washburn missed its first 12 shots of the night and shot 15 percent in 1980-81South Central -- NCAA 21-8 Region Ranking 19-9 1997-98 11-5 (4th) 1981-82 02/21/07 Released 22-9 -- 1998-99 20-10 11-5 (4th) scoring just nine first half points. The second half was much different as the 1982-83 18-12 No. School -- 1999-00 23-7 DII WL Region WL 14-4 (2nd) Ichabods cut the 29-point halftime lead down to 22 points before the Rebels, 1 Southeastern Oklahoma State 1983-84 24-9 -- 2000-01 16-2 18-2 29-5 15-3 (1st) an NCAA Sweet 16 team the year before, pulled away. Washburn shot 30 2 Central26-9 1984-85 Missouri -- 17-2 2001-02 15-220-8 12-6 (t-3rd) percent during the game, finishing with a 40 percent effort in the second half. 3 Northwest Missouri State 1985-86 24-8 -- 17-4 2002-03 14-426-6 15-3 (1st) 4 Midwestern State -- 16-6 2003-04 16-627-5 15-3 (1st) UNLV was 40 percent from the field for the game, led by Joe Darger with 19 1986-87 35-4 5 Tarleton State 1987-88 27-4 -- 14-7 2004-05 11-724-8 14-4 (t-1st) points off 5 of 10 shooting and 7 of 8 free throws. 6 Emporia State 1988-89 24-9 -- 15-4 2005-06 14-4 10-16 4-12 (9th) 7 West Texas A&M 14-8 2006-07 11-78-19 4-14 (10th) 1989-90 20-12 7-9 (3rd North) 8 Texas A&M-Kingsville 13-8 13-8 1990-91 16-13 9-7 (6th) 2007-08 18-11 9-9 9 Southwestern Oklahoma State 13-7 10-7 1991-92 2008-09 - - 10 Central27-5Oklahoma 12-4 (1st) 12-7 12-7 1992-93 27-5 13-3 (1st) Totals 646-251 217-105 1993-94 29-4 15-1 (1st) 29 Yrs. .720 .674 1994-95 22-8 13-3 (t-1st)
  11. 11. 2008-09 Washburn Ichabods Men’s Basketball Game Notes Ichabods play at KSU and UNLV to wrap up exhibition season Page 3 Washburn’s Last Time Out Washburn’s last preseason wins came during their four- Kansas 98, Washburn 79 game trip to China before the 2006-07 season. WU’s last Three Ichabods reach double figures as they fall in exhi- exhibition win at home was on November 4, 2005, against bition opener at Kansas the WU Alumni. November 4, 2008 LAWRENCE, Kan. - The Ichabods had strong performances from Washburn Exhibitions this Decade numerous players as they opened the exhibition season in a 98-79 Date Opponent Location W/L Score loss at defending NCAA Division I national champion Kansas 11/25/00 Kansas Lawrence, Kan. L 56-99* Tuesday night. Darnell Kimble led the Ichabods with 14 points off 11/02/01 WU Alumni Topeka, Kan. W 112-79 5-of-8 shooting, DeAndre Eggins had 13 points and Lekheythan 11/11/01 Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. L 84-95 Malone had 11 points and was 3 of 4 from 3-point range. 11/08/02 Dawson’s All-Stars Topeka, Kan. W 100-83 The Ichabods out-rebounded the Jayhawks 37-36 and Paul 11/12/02 Kansas Lawrence, Kan. L 66-101 11/04/03 KC Steer Topeka, Kan. W 96-92 Byers led all players with 10 of them. He also led everyone with 11/15/03 Dawson’s All-Stars Topeka, Kan. W 93-88 three blocked shots. Kansas shot 61 percent from the field while the 11/08/04 Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. L 72-81 Ichabods shot 39 percent. Jonathan Leopaul was 4 of 4 from the 11/14/04 Kansas Lawrence, Kan. L 70-79 field with nine points and William McNeill and Mario Scott each 11/04/05 WU Alumni Topeka, Kan. W 79-77 added seven. Jeremie Hart led WU with four assists and he and 11/11/05 Nevada-Las Vegas Las Vegas, Nev. L 53-73 Scott each had four steals. Sherron Collins led the Jayhawks with 08/16/06 Zhejiang Jinhua, China W 93-55 22 points and was one of four KU players to reach double figures. 08/17/06 Zhejiang Normal Jinhua, China W 109-54 08/19/06 Shanghai Normal Shanghai, China W 115-48 08/20/06 Shanghai Normal Shanghai, China W 110-71 Washburn warms up against K-State for second time 11/02/06 Kansas Lawrence, Kan. L 69-99 in three years 11/04/06 Kansas State Manhattan, Kan. L 3ot 90-94 The Ichabods will play an exhibition against NCAA 11/06/07 Nevada-Las Vegas Las Vegas, Nev. L 47-77 Division I Kansas State for the second time in three years as 11/13/07 Mo.-Kansas City Kansas City, Mo. L 75-79 11/04/08 Kansas Lawrence, Kan. L 79-98 they continue their preseason slate. Washburn nearly upset 11/09/08 Kansas State Manhattan, Kan. -- -- the Wildcats in 2006, falling 94-90 in triple overtime. 11/11/08 Nevada-Las Vegas Las Vegas, Nev. -- -- KSU is 1-0 against WU in exhibitions and 40-15 in regular season play. Washburn’s last win was 42-38 during Overall: 9-11 Against NCAA DI: 0-11 Home: 5-0 Kansas: 0-5 the 1945-46 season. The two last met in the regular seaason Away: 3-11 Kansas State: 0-1 on November 18, 1998 in a 76-60 KSU win. Neutral: 1-0 Missouri-Kansas City: 0-1 Nevada-Las Vegas: 0-2 Ichabods and Rebels meet for fourth time in four Purdue: 0-2 years during early season Ichabods vs Ranked Opponents Washburn will travel to UNLV for the fourth time in Date Opponent Rank W/L Score Chipman begins 30th season on WU bench 12/30/06 at Central the third exhbition between the two schools. four years for Missouri 3 L 50-67 The Runnin’ Rebels won the first two preseason meetings 01/03/06 Emporia State 8 L 77-80 When Bob Chipman steps onto the court for his first 01/06/06 Northwest Mo. State 15 L 58-69 and also won a regular season game in 2006-07. Those were game in 2008-09, his 30th season at Washburn, he will have 02/14/06 at Northwest Mo. State 18 L 85-87 02/17/06 at three games in the all-time series. the only Emporia State 19 L 74-88 the third highest winning percentage amongst coaches with Last Central Missouri 02/24/06 year the Rebels won, 77-47 -- an exhibition. The 7 -- in 30 years of experience or more in NCAA Division II. year before they met in the regular season with UNLV win- For 23 years now Chipman has been the winningest ning 83-55. coach in school history and in 2006-07 he became the sec- NCAA South Central Region Ranking Released 02/21/07 ond winningest coach as a member of the MIAA. Chipman Ichabods continue to DII WL themselves during pre- No. School test Region WL is 646-251 (.720) overall and he has 405 wins since the 1 Southeastern Oklahoma State 18-2 16-2 Ichabods joined the MIAA. season Missouri 2 Central 17-2 15-2 3 Washburn will play the second14-4 third of three exhi- Northwest Missouri State 17-4 and Chipman’s third game of 2008-09 will be his 900th as a 4 bitions against NCAA Division I16-6 Midwestern State 16-6 schools this year. The head coach. 5 Tarleton State 14-7 11-7 Ichabods State played 11 15-4 6 Emporia have different exhibitions against DI 14-4 Chipman begins his 30th season as a head coach third schools Texas A&M 2000-0114-8 7 West since the season 11-7 are still looking for and with a .720 winning percentage amongst all NCAA II 8 Texas A&M-Kingsville 13-8 13-8 their first win. Kansas has13-7 WU’s opponent the most, been 10-7 coaches who have coached at least 30 seasons. Among that 9 Southwestern Oklahoma State 10 Central Oklahoma Nevada-Las Vegas12-7 Purdue each facing five times, with 12-7 and group, he is sixth in career victories. Among all coaches who WU twice. have at least 10 years experience in DII, he is 18th in winning Overall, WU is 9-11 in exhibitions this decade. percentage and sixth in victories. Among active coaches with
  12. 12. 2008-09 Washburn Ichabods Men’s Basketball Game Notes Ichabods play at KSU and UNLV to wrap up exhibition season Page 4 National Association of Basketball Coaches at least five years in NCAA II, Chipman is third in victories and 10th in winning Division II National Preseason Poll percentage. Released: October 30, 2008 No. School W-L Pts. Prev. Among Chipman’s top accomplishments are his 1986-87 NAIA national 1 Findlay, Ohio (8) 28-5 200 7 championship and his 2000-01 NCAA national finalist finish. He has also T1 South Carolina Aiken 27-4 164 6 3 Bentley, Mass. 34-1 163 T1 coached seven different All-Americans, five MIAA most valuable players and 12 4 Florida Southern 24-9 161 16 all-MIAA first-teamers. 5 Augusta State, Ga. 27-7 146 10 Chipman has guided his teams to 22 20-win seasons and his teams have aver- 6 Northern Kentucky 21-8 136 NR 7 Central Oklahoma 29-6 133 21 aged 22 wins a year during his career. 8 Minnesota State 22-7 129 13 9 Winona State, Minn. 38-1 127 3 NCAA II Coaches with 30 Years Experience or More 10 Gannon, Pa. 26-5 126 18 All-time by Victories 11 Grand Valley, Mich. 36-1 110 T1 (min. 10 years in DII) 12 Southwest Baptist, Mo. 22-8 105 NR No. Name School (seasons) Yrs. W L Pct. 13 Central Washington 21-7 100 NR 14 LIU-C.W. Post, N.Y. 26-5 82 24 1 Herb Magee Philadelphia University (1968-07) 41 855 339 .716 15 North Alabama 27-9 77 17 2 Clarence Gaines Winston-Salem (1947-93) 47 828 447 .649 16 Northwest Missouri State 24-8 68 19 3 Jerry Johnson LeMoyne-Owen (1959-05) 47 821 447 .647 17 Lenoir-Rhyne, N.C. 23-7 59 NR 4 Dave Robbins Virginia Union (1979-07) 30 713 194 .786 18 Drury, Mo. 25-6 58 11 5 Dick Sauers Albany (N.Y.) (1956-87, 89-97) 41 702 330 .680 19 Tarleton State, Texas 25-7 52 15 6 Bob Chipman Washburn (1980-07) 29 646 251 .720 20 Cal State-San Bernardino 22-8 40 14 7 John Lance Southwestern Okla. (1919-22), 44 632 340 .650 21 Mount Olive, N.C. 24-7 35 23 Pittsburg State 23-34, 36-63) 22 Kentucky Wesleyan 24-8 34 NR 23 Brigham Young, Hawaii 20-8 30 NR 8 Ed Messbarger Benedictine Heights (1958-60), 41 630 518 .549 24 Fort Lewis, Colorado 24-6 26 12 Dallas (61-64), St. Mary’s (Texas) 25 Pittsburgh-Johnstown, Pa. 23-8 21 NR (64-78), Angelo State (79-98) Others Receiving Votes: Ouachita Baptist (Ark.) 20, Ferris All-time by Percentage State (Mich.) 18, Bowie State (Md.) 17, Central Missouri 17, (min. 10 years in DII) Philadelphia (Pa.) 17, Benedict (S.C.) 14, Catawba (N.C.) 14, No. Name School (seasons) Yrs. W L Pct. Christian Brothers (Tenn.) 14, Northern State (S.D.) 13, Clayton 1 Dave Robbins Virginia Union (1979-07) 30 713 194 .786 State (Ga.) 11, Arkansas-Monticello 9, Valdosta State (Ga.) 8, Delta State (Miss.) 7, St. Edward’s (Texas) 6, Virginia Union 6, Carson- 2 Joe Hutton Hamline (1932-65) 34 591 207 .741 Newman (Tenn.) 5, Metropolitan State (Colo.) 5, Montevallo 3 Bob Chipman Washburn (1980-07) 29 646 251 .720 (Ala.) 5, Armstrong Atlantic State (Ga.) 4, Pfeiffer (N.C.) 3, 4 Herb Magee Philadelphia University (1968-07) 41 855 339 .716 Northeastern State (Okla.) 2, Ashland (Ohio) 1, Millersville (Pa.) 1, Nebraska-Omaha 1. Ichabods vs Ranked Opponents Chipman makes homecoming trip to KSU and coaches against former Ichabods vs Ranked Opponents teammate at UNLV (0-0) Washburn head coach Bob Chipman will coach at his alma mater Sunday Date Opponent Rank W/L Score 11/29 Oklahoma 12/30/06 at Central Missouri 7 3 -- 50-67 L -- at Kansas State and then coach against former teammate Lon Kruger when he 12/06 01/03/06 Northwest Missouri Emporia State 16 8 -- 77-80 L -- takes on UNLV Tuesday. 01/07 01/06/06 Southwest Mo. State Northwest Baptist 12 15 -- 58-69 L -- Chipman will be making his third return to Bramlage Coliseum as a coach. 01/28 02/14/06 at Northwest Missouri Mo. State 16 18 -- 85-87 L -- 02/14 02/17/06 at Southwest Baptist Emporia State 12 19 -- 74-88 L -- He played there for two years as a Wildcat in 1971-72 and 1772-73 and aver- 02/24/06 Central Missouri 7 -- -- aged 5.2 points per game and 2.2 rebounds as a guard. The Wildcats had a pair of winning seasons during the two years and won the Big Eight title and went to NCAA South Central Region Ranking the Sweet 16 in 1973. Chipman played with Kruger, the Big Eight player of the Released 02/21/07 year while at K-State. Chipman’s Ichabods lost an exhibition at KSU in 2006-07 No. School DII WL Region WL and lost a regular season game in 1998-99. 1 Southeastern Oklahoma State 18-2 16-2 2 Central Missouri 17-2 15-2 After taking Kansas State to back-to-back Big 8 titles in 1971-72 and 1972- 3 Northwest Missouri State 17-4 14-4 73 as players, Kruger and Chipman will face off as head coaches for the fifth 4 Midwestern State 16-6 16-6 time in their careers. The two faced off on Dec. 17, 1983 when Chipman was 5 Tarleton State 14-7 11-7 6 Emporia State 15-4 14-4 in his fifth year as the Ichabods head coach and Kruger was coaching Texas 7 West Texas A&M 14-8 11-7 Pan-American. Kruger’s squad won the game 77-70 and also defeated Chipman 8 Texas A&M-Kingsville 13-8 13-8 9 Southwestern Oklahoma State 13-7 10-7 twice in exhibitions at UNLV and in a regular season game in 2006-07. Kruger’s 10 Central Oklahoma 12-7 12-7 nephew Shannon was a four-year starter for the Ichabods from 1998 to 2002. Shannon finished his career No. 16 on Washburn’s all-time scoring chart with 1,014 points.
  13. 13. 2008-09 Washburn Ichabods Men’s Basketball Game Notes Ichabods play at KSU and UNLV to wrap up exhibition season Page 5 Washburn picked sixth in MIAA preseason poll Byers will enter senior season fourth in blocks The Ichabods were picked to finish sixth in the MIAA Washburn senior forward Paul Byers enters his senior preseason coaches poll released October 28 during the MIAA year fourth in school history with 68 career blocks. He is men’s and women’s basketball annual media day. Washburn 11 away from third and 32 away from tying former assistant finished tied for sixth last year at 9-9 in the MIAA and was coach Ewan Auguste for first in school history with 100. 18-11 overall. Byers was second on the team last year as a junior with Head coach Bob Chipman begins his 30th season at 20 blocks. He totalled 31 blocks in 2005-06, his freshman Washburn with seven returning letterwinners and three season, to lead the team and rank seventh in WU single- starters. His group of 10 newcomers features players who season history. have seen success from the high school level, the junior col- lege level and all the way to the NCAA Division I level. Washburn Career Block Leaders Southwest Baptist was picked to win the league title Name Blocks Years with Central Missouri picked second. Newcomer Nebraska- 1. Ewan Auguste 100 1997-01 Omaha was third, followed by Fort Hays State at fourth 2. Dan Buie 96 1995-97 and Northwest Missouri State fifth, one point ahead of the 3. Travis Robbins 79 2003-04 Ichabods. 4. Paul Byers 68 2005-pres. Washburn plays three exhibitions against DI schools, beginning next Tuesday at defending national champion Kansas. The Ichabods then play at Kansas State November 9 Kimble looks to return to post position and at Nevada-Las Vegas November 11. Senior forward Darnell Kimble returns for his second The regular season tips off at home with the Ichabods year after finishing second on the team last year with 9.4 Classic November 15 and 16 in Lee Arena. WU plays points a game. He led the team with 15 double-figure scor- Colorado Christian and Central Methodist in the five-team ing games and scored a season-high 16 points three times. classic. Kimble led Washburn with 21 blocks and averaged 0.75 per game. He played in 28 games with 16 starts as a junior last year after transferring from Brown Mackie CC. MIAA Preseason Poll School Pts Final notes on the Kansas game 1. Southwest Baptist (8) 98 • The 79 points scored against the Jayhawks is the most 2. Central Missouri (1) 82 3. Nebraska-Omaha 81 scored by Washburn in the series. The highest exhibition 4. Fort Hays State 74 total against KU was 70 scored in 2004 and the highest regu- Ichabods vs Ranked Opponents 5. Northwest Mo. 56 lar season total ever put up against the Jayhawks is 68. 6. Washburn 55 • Washburn outscored Kansas 44-41 in the second half. Date Opponent Rank W/L Score 7. Missouri Southern 44 3 12/30/06 at Central Missouri L 50-67 • Washburn’s two DI transfers, Lekheythan Malone and 8. Emporia State 01/03/06 Emporia State 38 8 L 77-80 9. Pittsburg StateMo. State 01/06/06 Northwest 3215 L 58-69 DeAndre Eggins from Arkansas-Little Rock, combined to 10. Missouri Western 02/14/06 at Northwest Mo. State 2918 L 85-87 score 24 points with eight rebounds. 11. Truman 02/17/06 at Emporia State 1619 L 74-88 • Washburn started Mario Scott and DeAndre Eggins at 02/24/06 Central Missouri 7 -- -- 1st-place votes in () guard and Paul Byers, Lekheythan Malone and Darnell Kimble at forward. They combined for 50 points while the Scott begins junior year looking to lead offense NCAA South Central Region Ranking bench scored 28 points. Released 02/21/07guard Mario Scott returns for his second year Junior • Washburn led once in the game after a fastbreak basket No. School DII WL Region WL after playingOklahoma 29 games last year. He was Washburn’s 1 Southeastern in all State 18-2 16-2 from Jonathan Leopaul made the score 14-13 with 14:31 starting point guard in 19 of the first 21 games and WU was 2 Central Missouri 17-2 15-2 remaining. 3 12-7 when Missouri State Northwest he started. 17-4 14-4 4 Midwestern State 16-6 16-6 5 Scott averaged 6.8 points a game and led the team with Tarleton State 14-7 11-7 About the Wildcats 107 assists and averaged 3.7 per game, the fourth highest 6 Emporia State 15-4 14-4 Kansas State went 21-12 last year and made its first trip 7 total in Texas A&M 8 West Texas A&M-Kingsville 14-8 13-8 11-7 the MIAA. He also led the team with 39 steals and 13-8 to the NCAA tournament in 12 years. The Wildcats fin- 1.2 Southwestern Oklahoma State 13-7 9 per game. 10-7 ished third in the Big 12 and advanced to the second round 10 Central Oklahoma in double 12-7 Scott scored figures eight times with a season- 12-7 of the NCAA tournament, defeating Southern California high of 20 coming on January 16 at Fort Hays State. in the first round and then falling in the second round to Wisconsin. Jacob Pullen is the lone returning starter as he
  14. 14. 2008-09 Washburn Ichabods Men’s Basketball Game Notes Ichabods play at KSU and UNLV to wrap up exhibition season Page 6 averaged 9.7 points and 3.2 rebounds last year as a freshman guard. Six other lettermen return. About the Runnin’ Rebels UNLV made its second straight trip to the NCAA tournament last year and won the Mountain West tournament for the second straight year. Head coach Lon Kruger, who played with WU’s Bob Chipman at Kansas State from 1971-73, returns three starters and seven letterwinners from last year’s 27-8 team (12-4 MWC). Senior guard Wink Adams led the team last year with 16.9 points a game and an 85 percent effort from the free throw line. Coming up next The 103rd season of Washburn basketball begins November 15 when the Ichabods host Colorado Christian in the first day of the Ichabods Classic at 7 p.m. in Lee Arena. WU will host Central Methodist November 16 in the final Ichabods Classic game. Exhibition No. 1 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Washburn at Kansas Washburn 35 44 79 11/04/2008 7:00 p.m. at Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) Kansas 57 41 98 Washburn 79 Total 3-point Rebounds Kansas 98 Total 3-point Rebounds ## Player p fgm-fga fgm-fga ftm-fta off-def tot pf tp a to blk stl min ## Player p fgm-fga fgm-fga ftm-fta off-def tot pf tp a to blk stl min 15 Byers,Paul f 2-7 1-3 0-0 1-9 10 5 5 1 1 3 0 27 45 Cole Aldrich c 3-5 0-0 2-3 2-7 9 3 8 2 1 2 3 19 20 Malone,Lekheythan f 3-9 3-4 2-2 2-1 3 3 11 1 2 0 1 20 02 Conner Teahan g 1-3 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 3 2 0 0 13 21 Kimble,Darnell f 5-8 0-0 4-9 4-1 5 4 14 0 2 0 0 19 04 Sherron Collins g 8-12 1-2 5-6 0-1 1 2 22 7 1 0 1 30 03 Scott,Mario g 3-7 0-1 1-4 0-0 0 2 7 2 6 0 4 27 12 Brady Morningstar g 7-11 1-2 0-0 0-1 1 2 15 3 2 1 0 29 22 Eggins,DeAndre g 4-14 1-6 4-5 4-1 5 3 13 1 1 0 0 23 14 Tyrel Reed g 5-7 5-6 1-2 1-4 5 2 16 0 0 0 1 29 10 McNeill,William- 1-4 1-3 4-4 0-0 0 2 7 1 0 0 0 10 10 Brennan Bechard - 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 12 DeCoteau,Moriba- 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 11 Quintrell Thomas - 2-2 0-0 6-8 2-4 6 1 10 1 2 0 1 14 14 Stutz,Logan - 1-3 0-0 3-4 3-0 3 3 5 0 2 0 0 15 15 Tyshawn Taylor - 2-3 0-0 3-4 0-2 2 2 7 1 5 0 2 16 23 Hart,Jeremie - 0-5 0-1 0-1 2-1 3 0 0 4 3 0 4 18 21 Markieff Morris - 2-6 0-2 1-1 3-2 5 3 5 0 3 1 1 14 24 Leopaul,Jonathan - 4-4 1-1 0-0 1-1 2 3 9 0 1 0 1 19 22 Marcus Morris - 1-3 0-1 0-0 1-0 1 5 2 0 1 0 1 7 33 Daniels,Nate - 2-3 1-2 0-0 0-2 2 0 5 1 0 1 0 11 24 Travis Releford - 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-3 3 2 3 0 1 1 1 14 40 Love,Garrett - 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 32 Tyrone Appleton - 1-1 0-0 4-4 0-0 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 6 44 Feighny,Steve - 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 54 Matt Kleinmann - 1-1 0-0 0-3 0-0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 6 Totals - 26-66 8-21 19-32 21-16 37 26 79 11 18 4 10 200 Totals - 34-56 7-15 23-33 11-25 36 28 98 17 18 5 11 200 Ichabods vs Ranked Opponents 39.4% 38.1% 59.4% 60.7% 46.7% 69.7% Team summary FG 3FG FT Team summary FG 3FG FT Date Half 1st Opponent 11-36 4-13 9-11 Rank W/L Score 1st Half 19-34 5-11 14-19 12/30/06 at Central Missouri 30.8% 81.8%3 30.6% L 50-67 55.9% 45.5% 73.7% 2nd Half 2nd Half 15-22 2-4 9-14 01/03/06 Emporia State 4-8 10-21 8 15-30 L 77-80 50.0% 50.0% 47.6% 68.2% 50.0% 64.3% 01/06/06 Northwest Mo. State 15 L 58-69 02/14/06 at Northwest Mo. State 18 L 85-87 2007-08 Overall Statistics (18-11, 9-9 MIAA) 02/17/06 at Emporia State 19 L 74-88 02/24/06 No. Name Central Missouri 7 GP GS Min Avg -- -- FG FGA Pct. 3FG 3FGA Pct. FT FTA Off. Pct. Def. Tot. Avg. PF FO A TO Blk. Stl. Pts. Avg. 10 Santiago,A. 20 1 411 20.6 69 171 .404 39 108 .361 27 414 .659 23 27 1.4 28 0 48 36 1 23 204 10.2 14 Hargett,Grant 29 15 635 21.9 81 172 .471 43 106 .406 32 4327 .744 55 82 2.8 46 1 68 54 10 29 237 8.2 NCAA South Central Region Ranking 202 .520 15 Byers,Paul 29 29 703 24.2 105 26 74 .351 8 1262 .667 95 157 5.4 60 1 30 26 20 23 244 8.4 Released 02/21/07 21 Kimble,Darnell 28 16 459 16.4 97 210 .462 2 8 .250 68 102 39 .667 50 89 3.2 67 1 9 30 21 12 264 9.4 No. School DII WL Region WL 22 Meile,Andrew 29 29 902 31.1 87 178 .489 61 131 .466 37 47 13 .787 99 112 3.9 52 0 88 34 4 37 272 9.4 1 Southeastern Oklahoma State 18-2 16-2 2 23 Central Missouri 17 DeCoteau,M. 0 68 17-2 7 15-2 .583 4.0 12 0 0 .000 5 63 .833 8 11 0.6 12 0 2 2 3 2 19 1.1 3 24 Northwest Missouri State Dei,Dei 6 0 46 17-4 10 14-4 .455 7.7 22 0 2 .000 4 99 .444 12 21 3.5 10 0 0 5 3 0 24 4.0 4 32 Midwestern State29 19 712 16-6 66 16-6 .391 Scott,Mario 24.6 169 18 59 .305 47 82 24 .573 76 100 3.4 63 0 107 65 2 39 197 6.8 5 33 Tarleton State Daniels,Nate 8 0 62 14-7 9 11-7 .474 7.8 19 6 11 .545 1 41 .250 5 6 0.8 5 0 4 4 2 7 25 3.1 6 35 Emporia State 28 Sisk,Brady 9 498 15-4 107 14-4 .527 17.8 203 1 6 .167 56 93 48 .602 63 111 4.0 44 1 33 27 6 10 271 9.7 7 40 West Texas A&M11 Love,Garrett 0 30 14-8 2 11-7 .250 2.7 8 0 1 .000 0 22 .000 3 5 0.5 5 0 1 3 0 0 4 0.4 8 50 Texas A&M-Kingsville 14 595 13-8 80 13-8 .346 Williams,James 29 20.5 231 30 98 .306 47 75 18 .627 61 79 2.7 71 1 66 55 13 33 237 8.2 9 Southwestern Oklahoma State 13-7 10-7 52 Snyder,Kyle 29 13 704 24.3 78 150 .520 7 22 .318 34 52 74 .654 166 240 8.3 78 1 24 38 13 17 197 6.8 10 Central Oklahoma 12-7 12-7 TEAM................ 49 42 91 3.1 0 6 Total.......... 29 798 1747 .457 233 626 .372 366 568 .644 373 758 1131 39.0 541 6 480 385 98 232 2195 75.7 Opponents...... 29 660 1623 .407 202 642 .315 417 606 .688 295 666 961 33.1 513 9 364 421 77 158 1939 66.9
  15. 15. 2008-09 Washburn Ichabods Men’s Basketball Game Notes Ichabods play at KSU and UNLV to wrap up exhibition season Page 7 Alphabetical Roster No. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. Pos. Hometown Previous School 15 Paul Byers 6-5 205 Sr. F Beattie, Kan. Marysville HS 32 Covier Carter 6-2 185 Jr. G Grand Rapids, Mich. Grand Rapids CC 33 Nate Daniels 6-3 190 So. G Kansas City, Kan. Piper HS 12 Moriba DeCoteau 6-9 205 Jr. F St. Georges, Grenada Boy’s Secondary HS 22 DeAndre Eggins 6-5 200 Sr. G Alexandria, La. Arkansas-Little Rock 52 Todd Eils 6-2 175 Fr. G Overland Park, Kan. Shawnee Mission West HS 44 Steve Feighny 6-5 215 Fr. F Topeka, Kan. Hayden HS 23 Jeremie Hart 6-2 205 Jr. G Dallas, Texas McLennan CC 21 Darnell Kimble 6-8 230 Sr. F Buffalo, N.Y. Brown Mackie CC 24 Jonathan Leopaul 6-5 215 Jr. F Lake Charles, La. Kilgore CC 40 Garrett Love 6-4 190 So. G Montezuma, Kan. South Gray HS 20 Lekheythan Malone 6-6 205 Sr. F Dallas, Texas Arkansas-Little Rock 10 William McNeill 6-0 190 Fr. F Alexandria, La. Peabody Magnet 35 Layne Nash 5-9 155 Fr. G Topeka, Kan. Shawnee Heights HS 3 Mario Scott 6-1 190 Jr. G Grand Rapids, Mich. Grand Rapids CC 14 Logan Stutz 6-9 205 So. F Kansas City, Mo. Butler CC 50 James Williams 6-5 210 Sr. G Topeka, Kan. St. Bonaventure Roster Breakdowns Experience Position Height Year Hometown 3L ........Byers Ichabods vs Ranked Opponents Guards Nash ..........5-9 Freshmen Kansas 2L .DeCoteau ..............Carter McNeill .....6-0 ............. Eils Beattie ................................ Byers Date .... Daniels 1L Opponent ............Daniels W/L Score ..........6-1 Rank Scott .......Feighny Kansas City ....................Daniels ..........Kimble 12/30/06 at Central Missouri ............. Eggins L 50-67 ............6-2 3 Eils ...... McNeill Montezuma ........................Love 01/03/06 ............. Love State ..................Eils L 77-80 Emporia 8 Carter ........6-2 ........... Nash Overland Park ......................Eils 01/06/06 Northwest Mo................. Hart L 58-69 ...........6-2 ............. Scott State 15 Hart Sophomores Topeka ...........................Feighny 02/14/06 at Northwest Mo................. Love L 85-87 .......Williams State 18 Daniels ......6-3 ........Daniels .............................................Nash 02/17/06 at Emporia State 19 L 74-88 ......................................Williams Tr. ...... Carter ................Nash Love...........6-4 ............Love 02/24/06 Central Missouri 7 -- -- Louisiana .......... Eggins ................Scott Byers ..........6-5 ........... Stutz ..............Hart ......... Williams Feighny ......6-5 Juniors Alexandria .......................Eggins ........ Leopaul Forwards Leopaul .....6-5 ......... Carter Alexandria .................... McNeill NCAA South Central Region Ranking Lake Charles .................Leopaul .........02/21/07 Released Malone ............... Byers Eggins .......6-5 ... DeCoteau Michigan No. School Stutz ............. ........DeCoteau Region WL DII WL Williams ....6-5 ............ Hart Grand Rapids ...................Carter 1 Fr............ EilsOklahoma State Feighny Southeastern ........... 18-2 16-2 Malone ......6-6 .......Leopaul Grand Rapids .....................Scott 2 .........Feighny Central Missouri ............ Kimble 17-2 15-2 Kimble .......6-8 ........... Scott Missouri 3 ........ McNeill Northwest Missouri State 17-4 ........... Leopaul 14-4 DeCoteau ..6-9 Seniors 4 ............. Nash Midwestern State 16-6 16-6 Stutz ..........6-9 Kansas City ....................... Stutz ............Malone ........... Byers New York 5 Tarleton State 14-7 ...........McNeill 11-7 .........Eggins 6 Emporia State 15-4 14-4 Buffalo ............................Kimble ................Stutz ........ Kimble Texas 7 West Texas A&M 14-8 11-7 8 Texas A&M-Kingsville 13-8 13-8 ....... Malone Dallas .................................. Hart 9 Southwestern Oklahoma State 13-7 10-7 ..... Williams Dallas ............................. Malone 10 Central Oklahoma 12-7 12-7 Grenada St. Georges ................DeCoteau

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