2014-15 MEN’S BASKETBALL 2014-15 Schedule & Results

2014-15 MEN’S BASKETBALL
MBB CONTACT: NATE SAGAN
OFFICE: (907) 786-1295
EMAIL: [email protected]
MEDIA RELATIONS OFFICE • ALASKA AIRLINES CENTER • MAILING: 3211 PROVIDENCE DR / ANCHORAGE, AK 99508
November 4, 2014
Seawolves open Alaska Airlines Center era with pair vs. Concordia
THIS WEEK IN SEAWOLF BASKETBALL...
Friday, Nov. 7 & Saturday, Nov. 8 – 7 pm AST
Alaska Airlines Center – Anchorage, AK
Concordia [Ore.] (1-0) at Alaska Anchorage (0-0)
ON TV: GCI broadcasts all UAA regular-season home games live statewide (check local
listings for channel number), except for the Anchorage and Mat-Su viewing areas. In Anchorage and Mat-Su, this week’s tape-delayed broadcasts will air on GCI Ch. 1 at Noon
on Saturday and Sunday.
ON RADIO: FM-93.7 KAFC
ONLINE: Find links to Live Stats and free Live Video at GoSeawolves.com.
SOCIAL MEDIA: Get periodic game updates by following the @UAAMBB Twitter feed or
like UAA’s main Facebook page (Alaska Anchorage Seawolves).
TICKETS: $10 regular / $8 for UAA staff/faculty/alumni or military, youth (3-18) and
seniors (60+) ... single-game tickets for the entire 2014-15 season can be purchased
online at GoSeawolves.com or AlaskaAirlinesCenter.com starting Nov. 7 at 10 a.m.
SPECIAL PROMOTIONS: None.
WHAT LIES AHEAD: The Seawolves make their regular-season debut in the new Alaska
Airlines Center this weekend when they host future Great Northwest Athletic Conference
opponent Concordia (Ore.) in a pair of 7 p.m. starts ... the visitors from Portland are
ranked No. 25 in the NAIA Div. II preseason poll and return six seniors from a team that
finished 20-13 in 2013-14 ... the Cavaliers are entering their final year of membership in
2014-15 Seawolf Men’s Basketball Roster
No.
1
2
3
11
13
14
20
21
22
23
25
30
31
35
44
Name
ChrisƟan Leckband
Sjur Berg
Brian McGill
Travis Thompson
Dom Hunter
Derrick Fain
Damien Fulp
Kalidou Diouf
Jacob CraŌ
Travis Parrish
Boomer Blossom
Kevin Bowman
Nicho Burgard
Brian Pearson
Brad Mears
Pos.
F
F
G
G
G
G
G
F/C
F
G/F
G
G
F
F
F/C
Ht. Wt.
6-7 210
6-7 225
6-2 185
6-1 195
6-0 180
6-4 175
6-2 175
6-9 270
6-7 180
6-3 215
6-2 190
6-1 180
6-9 230
6-8 230
6-10 235
Cl.-Exp
Jr.-2V
Fr.-HS
Jr.-1V
Sr.-3V
Jr.-TR
Sr.-TR
Fr.-HS
Fr.-RS
So.-1V
So.-TR
Sr.-2V
Jr.-TR
Fr.-HS
Fr.-HS
Sr.-1V
Hometown (High School/Last School)
Nome (Nome-Beltz HS)
Nesoddtangen, Norway (Santa Margarita [CA] HS)
Clackamas, OR (Clackamas HS/WOU)
Anchorage (Dimond HS)
Tacoma, WA (Decatur HS/E. Arizona)
Dallas, TX (Forney HS/The Master’s)
Palmer (Colony HS)
Heidelberg, Germany (Urspring Academy)
Sandy, UT (Jordan HS/Central Wyoming)
W. BounƟful, UT (BounƟful HS/Utah St.)
Soldotna (Soldotna HS)
Phoenix, AZ (Pinnacle HS/ScoƩsdale CC)
Wadgassen, Germany (Urspring Academy)
Elko, NV (Elko HS)
South Jordan, UT (Bingham HS/Snow Coll.)
HEAD COACH: Rusty Osborne (Texas, ’88), 11th season (192-106)
ASSISTANT COACH: Cameron Turner (Southern Oregon, ’04), 4th season
GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH: Tim Mollerstrom (Eastern Oregon, ’09), 3rd season
(does not include redshirts; for full bios, visit GoSeawolves.com)
2014-15 Schedule & Results
Nov. 7 CONCORDIA, ORE.
7 pm
Nov. 8 CONCORDIA, ORE.
7 pm
Nov. 14 at Sonoma State^
6:30 pm
Nov. 15 vs Chico State^
4:30 pm
Nov. 21 NORTHWEST INDIAN
5:15 pm
Nov. 22 NORTHWEST INDIAN
2 pm
Nov. 26 PACIFIC$ (CBS Spts Net.)
7:30 pm
Nov. 28 MISSOURI ST./COLO. ST.$
TBD
Nov. 29 RICE, MERCER/WSU/UCSB$
TBD
Dec. 4 at Saint MarƟn’s*
6 pm
Dec. 6 at Western Oregon*
1 pm
Dec. 12 HUMBOLDT STATE
8 pm
Dec. 13 BYU-HAWAII
7 pm
Dec. 16 PORTLAND BIBLE
7 pm
Dec. 17 PORTLAND BIBLE
7 pm
Jan. 1 SIMON FRASER*
7:30 pm
Jan. 3 WESTERN WASHINGTON* 7:30 pm
Jan. 10 at Alaska Fairbanks*
7 pm
Jan. 15 at SeaƩle Pacific*
6:30 pm
Jan. 17 at Montana State Billings* 5:30 pm
Jan. 22 CENTRAL WASHINGTON* 7:30 pm
Jan. 24 NORTHWEST NAZARENE* 7:30 pm
Jan. 29 at Western Washington*
6 pm
Jan. 31 at Simon Fraser*
6 pm
Feb. 7 ALASKA FAIRBANKS*
7:30 pm
Feb. 12 MONTANA STATE BILLINGS* 7 pm
Feb. 14 SEATTLE PACIFIC*
2 pm
Feb. 19 at Central Washington*
6:30 pm
Feb. 21 at Northwest Nazarene*
5 pm
Feb. 26 WESTERN OREGON*
7:30 pm
Feb. 28 SAINT MARTIN’S*
3:15 pm
Mar. 4-7 at GNAC Tournament (Billings, MT)
Mar. 13-16 NCAA Div. II West Regionals (TBD)
Mar. 25-28 NCAA Div. II Elite 8 (Evansville, IN)
^ Ron Logsdon Classic — Rohnert Park, Calif.
$ GCI Great Alaska Shootout
* Great Northwest AthleƟc Conference game
Home games in CAPS at Alaska Airlines Center
All Ɵmes AST
UAA MEDIA RELATIONS
For credenƟals or interview requests, please
contact media relaƟons director Nate Sagan
(907-786-1295 or [email protected]).
FACEBOOK: Alaska Anchorage Seawolves
TWITTER: @UAASeawolves / @UAAMBB
INSTAGRAM: AlaskaAnchorage
#SeawolfMBB #SeawolfNation #GoSeawolves
2014-15 ALASKA ANCHORAGE MEN’S BASKETBALL
the Cascade Collegiate Conference before moving to the GNAC in
2015-16 ... CU plays against local rival Multnomah on Wednesday
before heading north.
THE SERIES vs. CONCORDIA: UAA does not keep official records
prior to NCAA Div. II membership in 1977-78, but the teams did meet
four times as NAIA opponents in the 1975-76 season, with the Seawolves holding a 3-1 edge.
UAA PROBABLE STARTERS (2013-14 stats & notes)
G—Brian McGill, 6-2, Jr. (15.6 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 5.9 apg, .480 3FG, .833 FT)
G—Travis Thompson, 6-1, Sr. (21.3 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 3.2 apg, .421 3FG, .892 FT)
G—Derrick Fain, 6-4, Sr. (12.2 ppg, .382 3FG, .855 FT at The Master’s)
F—Sjur Berg, 6-7, Fr. (Norway U-18 National Tm/Santa Margarita [CA] HS)
C—Kalidou Diouf, 6-9, Fr. (2013-14 redshirt/Urspring [Germany] Bball Acad.)
BRIEF SEASON PREVIEW: One year after using an
undersized lineup to forge a 17-13 record and break
copious three-point records, UAA returns to a more
traditional look as it aims for a playoff return in 201415 ... leading the charge will be the experienced and
heralded backcourt of Sr. G Travis Thompson – a
Div. II Bulletin ‘Super 16’ Preseason All-American –
and Jr. PG Brian McGill, who captured Second Team
Fain
All-GNAC honors in his debut season at UAA ... Sr. G
Boomer Blossom (2.4 ppg, 27-to-1 asst.-turnover ratio) is the only
other returning veteran in the backcourt, but Osborne’s staff added
plenty more firepower with transfers Derrick Fain, Kevin Bowman
and Dom Hunter ... Fain, the leading scorer for NAIA The Master’s
College last season, comes to UAA for his final collegiate campaign
with the reputation as a dangerous shooter and penetrator, while So.
G/F Travis Parrish will provide versatility on the wing ... Parrish is
returning to the court for the first time since high school, having spent
the last two years as a member of Utah State’s successful Div. I football program ... the only players with experience in the frontcourt are
returning Sr. F Brad Mears (4.4 ppg) and Jr. F Christian Leckband
(4.5 ppg), but they will be complemented by the addition of four players who stand 6-7 or taller — Kalidou Diouf, Nicho Burgard, Sjur
Berg and Brian Pearson.
TEAM NOTES: UAA is aiming for the program’s 10th straight winning season and the program’s 32nd in 38 years … the Seawolves
have also earned a plus-.500 league record for 26 of 32 years of conference membership … UAA broke 25 school records and 16 GNAC
records last season, boosted by epic three-point barrages against
Western Oregon and Northland International ... UAA led NCAA Div. II
with just 8.5 turnovers per game and a 2.1-1 assist-turnover ratio in
2013-14, and were also No. 2 nationally in FT% (.796) and 3FGs per
game (13.0), No. 4 in 3FG% (.413) , No. 5 in assists per game (17.9),
No. 19 in scoring (85.7 ppg) and No. 26 in turnover margin (26th,
+3.4) … in the GNAC stats, the Seawolves led in 3FGs per game,
assists and asst-TO ratio, and ranked 2nd in FT%, scoring offense,
3FG% and turnover margin.
TERRIFIC THOMPSON: Sr. G Travis Thompson
was a unanimous selection for the Great Northwest
Athletic Conference Preseason Player of the Year
in voting by the league’s head coaches last month ...
a First Team All-GNAC pick last year and a Second
Teamer in 2011-12, he has also been tabbed a Div.
II Bulletin ‘Super 16’ Preseason All-American this
fall ... the former Dimond High star led UAA with 21.3 Thompson
points per game, .892 free-throw shooting and 1.2
steals per game in 2013-14, finishing among the GNAC leaders in
scoring (2nd), FT% (2nd), 3FGs made per game (2nd, 3.6), 3FG%
Great Northwest
Athle c Conference
2013-14 FINAL Standings
Team (Nat’l Rk)
xyz-Sea le Pacific (20)
x-Western Washington
x-Alaska Fairbanks
x-Alaska Anchorage
x-Western Oregon
x-Montana State Billings
Central Washington
Saint Mar n’s
Northwest Nazarene
Simon Fraser
W
15
13
12
10
10
8
8
6
5
3
Conference
L Pct. GB
3 .833 —–
5 .722 2.0
6 .667 3.0
8 .556 5.0
8 .556 5.0
10 .444 7.0
10 .444 7.0
12 .333 9.0
13 .278 10.0
15 .167 12.0
Overall
W L Pct.
26 6 .813
20 8 .714
18 10 .643
17 13 .567
18 12 .600
12 15 .462
12 14 .462
9 17 .346
7 19 .269
10 16 .385
( ) NABC Top 25 na onal rank
x-GNAC Tournament qualifier / y-GNAC Tournament champ
z-NCAA Tournament qualifier
2013-14 Great Northwest Athle c Conference
Men’s Basketball All-Conference Team
First Team
David Downs, Sea le Pacific (G, 6-2, Sr., Kirkland, WA)
Richard Woodworth, W. Washington (G, 6-3, Sr., Bellevue, WA)
Mark McLaughlin, Central Washington (G, 6-6, Sr., Bothell, WA)
Patrick Simon, Sea le Pacific (F, 6-8, Sr., Ephrata, WA)
Travis Thompson, Alaska Anchorage (G, 6-1, Jr., Anchorage, AK)
Aus n Bragg, Western Washington (F, 6-9, Sr., Longview, WA).
Second Team
Andrew Kelly, Alaska Fairbanks (F, 6-7,Sr., Gilbert, AZ)
Kalob Hatcher, Montana St. Billings (G, 5-11, Sr., San Diego, CA)
Rodney Webster, Western Oregon (G, 6-1, Sr., Hanford, CA)
Brian McGill, Alaska Anchorage (PG, 6-2, So., Clackamas, OR)
Ronnie Baker, Alaska Fairbanks (G, 6-3, Sr., Vallejo, CA)
Sango Niang, Simon Fraser (G, 6-0, Jr., Paris, France)
UAA Honorable Men on Selec ons: Kyle Fossman (G, 6-0, Sr.,
Haines, AK)
Player of the Year – David Downs, Sea le Pacific
Defensive Player of the Year – Andrew Kelly, Alaska Fairbanks
Newcomer of the Year – Jonathan Mesghna, MSU Billings
Freshman of the Year – Michael Loomis, Northwest Nazarene
Coach of the Year – Ryan Looney, Sea le Pacific
(7th, .421), assist-turnover ratio (8th, 2.1), assists per game
(11th, 3.2) and steals (13th); in the in NCAA Div. II national stats
he was 6th in 3FGs/gm, 19th in FT%, 25th in scoring and 36th
in 3FG% … with 109 3FGs, he broke the old UAA and GNAC
season marks (along with teammate Kyle Fossman, who had
113) … Thompson’s scoring average ranked 6th on UAA’s single-season list, along with ranks of 8th in points (640), 2nd in
3FGs made and 3FGs made/gm, 3rd in FT%, 7th in FTs made
(141) and 12th in minutes per game (34.7) … he scored double
figures in 28 of 30 games, including six 30-plus outings and 17
times with at least 20 points … Thompson was named Most
Outstanding Player of AT&T Jamboree in helping UAA to home
sweep of Regis and Holy Names, and was voted to the Carrs/
Safeway Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team after
averaging 17.3 ppg against Div. I competition … he was also
tabbed GNAC Player of the Week (Jan. 20-26) for performances
in roads wins over Western Oregon and Saint Martin’s … entering his senior season, Thompson holds UAA career ranks of
10th in scoring (1,197 pts), 12th in assists (245), 4th in 3FGs
made (216), 8th in FTs made (235) and 4th in FT% (.870).
2014-15 ALASKA ANCHORAGE MEN’S BASKETBALL
McGILL THE THRILL: Jr. PG Brian McGill made a
huge impact in his first year of eligibility last season
after transferring from Western Oregon, garnering
All-GNAC Second Team honors ... this season the
Clackamas, Ore., native is a Preseason All-GNAC
selection … McGill ranked No. 2 in the league last
year with 5.9 apg, along with other GNAC ranks of
11th in scoring (15.6 ppg), 5th in asst-TO ratio (2.4),
McGill
and 7th in minutes (33.7 mpg) and FT% (.835) …
on UAA’s single-season lists, he finished 7th in both assists (177)
and assists per game, 10th in FTs made (137) and 18th in FT%
… McGill was named the GNAC Player of the Week following his
29-point, 10-assist performance in UAA’s league-opening victory
over UAF, becoming just the fifth player in 14 years to tally at least
25 points and 10 assists in a GNAC game … nationally, McGill
ranked 20th in assists and 49th in A/T ratio.
MORE PLAYER NOTES: Jr. F Christian Leckband
was the Seawolves’ 6th-leading scorer at 4.5 ppg,
seeing action in all 30 games in 2013-14 … Leckband enters his third season at No. 21 on UAA’s career 3FG% list at .385 … Sr. G Boomer Blossom
saw an increased role as last season progressed,
having his playing time nearly double from 8.9 to
14.9 minutes per game over the last eight regular- Leckband
season contests … the Soldotna High product was a
big reason why UAA led the nation in assist-turnover
ratio, sporting an incredible 27-to-1 ratio (in 253 total minutes; his only turnover came Dec. 7 against
UAF) … Blossom was voted the team’s Best Defensive Player by his peers … Sr. F Brad Mears led
UAA with a .487 FG% in 2013-14, logging 17 starts
and playing in all 30 contests … the Snow (Utah)
Mears
College transfer scored double figures four times
and grabbed 5-plus rebounds on nine occasions ... Sr. G Derrick Fain averaged a team-high 24.5 ppg in UAA’s two exhibition
games, shooting 61 percent from the field and dishing nine assists
with just one turnover ... Fain is completing his collegiate career at
UAA after transferring from NAIA program The Master’s in Southern California, where he played the last two seasons.
THE OSBORNE FILE: Eleventh-year head coach
Rusty Osborne (192-106) has led the Seawolves
to nine straight winning seasons, five NCAA Tournaments and a trip to the 2008 NCAA D-II Semifinals
in his tenure at the helm … with UAA’s victory over
Saint Martin’s on Jan. 25, 2014, he also became the
winningest coach in program history, surpassing former mentor Charlie Bruns … Osborne captured his
Osborne
first career GNAC and NABC West District coach-ofthe-year awards in 2008 after becoming the second coach to lead
UAA to three consecutive NCAA berths (2006-08), and in 2011-12
his Seawolves posted a 24-10 record to equal the 2nd-most victories in program history; Osborne’s 2007-08 club holds that record
with a 29-6 mark … before taking over the head job in 2004-05,
the Texas native previously served 13 seasons (1991-04) as a
UAA assistant, including 11 years as the top assistant … the Seawolves have won over 60 percent of their games with Osborne
on the staff, claiming four conference titles and eight trips to the
NCAA Division II Tournament. Osborne is assisted by Cameron
Turner (4th season) and graduate assistant Tim Mollerstrom
(3rd season).
2013-14 Seawolf Season Summary/Trends
Home Record
10-7
Wells Fargo Spts Cmplx 9-4
Sullivan Arena
0-3
Road Record
5-4
Neutral-court Record
2-2
GNAC Home Record
5-4
GNAC Road Record
5-4
vs. NCAA Div. II
15-10
vs. NCAA Div. I
0-3
vs. Ranked Div. II Teams
1-3
vs. D-II region ‘counters’ 13-10
Last 10 Games
5-5
When leading at half
13-3
When trailing at half
4-10
When ed at half
0-0
When Outrebounding Opp.
When Outrebounded
Rebounds Even
Games Decided by:
Over me
1-3 pts
4-6 pts
7-10 pts
11+ pts
When Scoring:
80 or more pts
79 or fewer pts
When Shoo ng Plus-50%
When Shoo ng Minus-50%
11-0
6-12
0-1
0-0
2-2
0-1
2-6
13-4
14-5
4-8
9-1
8-12
THE LAST TIME A SEAWOLF ...
Scored 40+ points: 40, Kyle Fossman vs Western Oregon (2/22/14)
Scored 30+ points: 40, Kyle Fossman & 33, Travis Thompson vs
Western Oregon (2/22/14)
Had 15+ Rebounds: 15, Taylor Rohde at Central Washington
(12/30/10)
Had 15+ Assists: 20, Brian McGill vs Northland Int’l (12/16/13)
Had a Triple-Double: 25 pts/11 reb/10 ast, Jim Hajdukovich vs
Sea le Pacific (1/23/99)
Made 7+ 3-pointers: 12, Kyle Fossman & 8, Travis Thompson vs
Western Oregon (2/22/14)
2013-14 UAA Individual Season Highs
Points: 40, Kyle Fossman vs Western Oregon, 2/22
Rebounds: 14, Teancum Stafford vs Northwest Nazarene, 1/16
Assists: 20, Brian McGill vs Northland Int’l, 12/16 (school record)
Steals: 4, Travis Thompson vs Minnesota State, 11/9
Blocks: 2, Brad Mears, three mes
2, Teancum Stafford, five mes
2, Jackson McTier vs Northland Interna onal, 12/16
2, Chris an Leckband vs MSU Billings, 2/8
Minutes: 40, Brian McGill vs Minnesota State, 11/9
40, Brian McGill vs Denver, 11/30
40, Travis Thompson vs NW Nazarene, 1/16
40, Kyle Fossman vs Saint Mar n’s, 2/20
FG Made: 14, Kyle Fossman vs Western Oregon, 2/22
3FGs Made: 12, Kyle Fossman vs Western Oregon, 2/22 (school rec.)
FTS Made: 14, Travis Thompson vs NW Nazarene, 1/16
2013-14 UAA Team Season Bests
Points: 149 vs Northland Interna onal, 12/16 (school record)
Fewest Pts Allowed: 57 vs Lindenwood, 11/8
Margin of Victory: 79 (149-70) vs Northland Interna onal, 12/16
Rebound Margin: +33 (60-27) vs Northland Interna onal, 12/17
Assists: 41 vs Northland Interna onal, 12/16
Steals: 13 vs Northland Interna onal, 12/16
Blocks: 4 vs TCU, 11/28 & vs Northland Interna onal, 12/16
Fewest Turnovers: 3 vs Sea le Pacific, 2/6;
3 at Central Washington, 2/13 (school records)
FG pct.: .621 (54-87) vs Northland Interna onal, 12/16
FT pct. (min. 10 a .): .933 (14-15) vs Northland Int’l, 12/16
3FG pct.: .659 (27-41) vs Western Oregon, 2/22
2013-14 Double-Doubles (Pts/Rebs unless otherwise noted)
Brian McGill (2): 29/12 assts vs Alaska Fairbanks, 12/7
24/20 assts vs Northland Interna onal, 12/16
Teancum Stafford (5): 19/12 vs Holy Names, 11/15
15/10 vs Simon Fraser, 1/4
13/14 vs NW Nazarene, 1/16
11/12 vs Central Washington, 1/18
13/10 at Western Oregon, 1/23
2014-15 ALASKA ANCHORAGE MEN’S BASKETBALL
SEAWOLVES TABBED 2ND: The Seawolves were picked to finish second in the 2014 Great Northwest Athletic Conference preseason coaches’ poll, released Oct. 14. Here is a look at the poll:
2014-15 Great Northwest Athletic Conference
Preseason Men’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll
Rk
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Team (1st-place votes) 2013-14 Records
Pts
Western Washington (7)
20-8 (13-5, 2nd)
78
Alaska Anchorage (1)
17-13 (10-8, 4th-T) 69
Seattle Pacific (2)
26-6 (15-3, 1st)
68
Western Oregon
18-12 (10-8, 4th-T) 60
Montana State Billings 12-15 (8-10, 6th-T) 41
Central Washington
12-14 (8-10, 6th-T) 39
Alaska Fairbanks
18-10 (12-6, 3rd)
38
Northwest Nazarene
7-19 (5-13, 9th)
21
Simon Fraser
10-16 (3-15, 10th) 18
Saint Martin’s
9-17 (6-12, 8th)
18
(Note: Each coach ranked other nine teams. Firstplace votes in parentheses. Points awarded on
9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis.).
2013-14 SEAWOLF INDIVIDUAL HONORS
(returning players only)
Boomer Blossom
Best Defensive Player (team award), 4/12
Brian McGill
AT&T Jamboree All-Tournament Team, 11/16
GNAC Player of the Week, 12/2-8
Second Team All-GNAC, 3/3
Travis Thompson
Preseason All-GNAC Team
AT&T Jamboree Player of the Game vs Regis, 11/16
AT&T Jamboree Most Outstanding Player, 11/16
Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout All-Tourney Team, 11/30
GNAC Red Lion co-Player of the Week, 1/20-26
GNAC All-Academic Team, 2/27
First Team All-GNAC, 3/3
Second Team NABC All-West Region, 3/19
Team MVP, 4/12
CHASING RECORDS: Here are where the 2014-15 Seawolves currently rank on the program’s all- me career sta s cs lists:
POINTS
1. Peter Bullock (2000-04)
1,902
8. Brandon Walker (2008-11) 1,242
9. Kyle Fossman (2010-14) 1,237
10. T.Thompson (10-12, 13- ) 1,197
3FG ATTEMPTED
1. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99)
2. Mark Drake (2001-05)
3. Kyle Fossman (2010-14)
4. T. Thompson (10-12, 13- )
661
589
567
490
ASSISTS
1. Luke Cooper (2004-08)
9. Chris Hamey (1995-00)
10. Kyle Fossman (2010-14)
11. Vern Robateau (85-90)
12. T. Thompson (10-12, 13- )
FT MADE
1. Peter Bullock (2000-04)
7. Todd Fisher (1988-90)
8. T. Thompson (10-12, 13- )
456
246
235
FT ATTEMPTED
1. Peter Bullock (2000-04)
9. Luke Cooper (2004-08)
10. Mark Fi (1980-82)
Rick Stafford (1995-97)
12. Jason Kaiser (1993-95)
Theo Mayhue (1991-93)
14. Chris Hamey (1995-00)
15. Brandon Walker (08-11)
16. Ed Kirk (1998-01)
17. T. Thompson (10-12, 13- )
675
290
287
287
285
285
282
281
280
270
880
260
254
249
245
STEALS
1. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 192
19. Chris Hamey (1995-00)
88
20. T. Thompson (2010-12, 13- ) 86
FG MADE
1. Peter Bullock (2000-04)
713
19. Todd Fisher (1988-90)
384
20. T. Thompson (10-12, 13- ) 373
FG ATTEMPTED
1. Peter Bullock (2000-04)
1394
16. Adam Fi -Chappell (02-06) 813
17. T. Thompson (10-12, 13- ) 765
3FG PERCENTAGE
1. Kemmy Burgess (03-06)
.474
5. Adam Fi -Chappell (02-06) .450
6. T. Thompson (10-12, 13- ) *.441
7. Carl Arts (2004-08)
.439
20. Jus n Cammack (1991-93) .387
21. ChrisƟan Leckband (12- ) *.385
3FG MADE
1. Kyle Fossman (2010-14)
2. Mark Drake (2001-05)
3. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99)
4. Travis Thompson (2010- )
257
243
238
216
FT%
1. Mark Drake (2001-05)
.884
3. Bryson Vaughan (2001-03) .874
4. T. Thompson (10-12, 13- ) *.870
5. Butch Lincoln (92-93, 94-97) .854
GAMES PLAYED
1. Vern Robateau (1985-88, 90) 124
17. Jon Madison (1998-02)
99
18. Luke Dallafior (1981-85)
94
T. Thompson (10-12, 13- ) 94
VICTORIES
1. Vern Robateau (85-88, 89-90)
13. Burt Wallace (1994-98)
Jeff Sheedy (1985-88)
15. Mike Childs (1985-88)
T. Thompson (10-12, 13- )
*based on current pace
90
65
65
64
64
2014-15 ALASKA ANCHORAGE MEN’S BASKETBALL
2014-15 ALASKA ANCHORAGE CAREER-HIGHS
#1 CHRISTIAN LECKBAND (F, 6-7, 210, Jr.)
Pts – 16 at MSU Billings, 3/2/13
Reb – 10 vs Northwest Indian, 12/15/12
Asts – 5 vs Northwest Indian, 12/15/12
Blks – 2 vs MSU Billings, 2/8/14
Stls – 2, twice (last vs NNU, 2/2/13)
#14 Derrick Fain (G, 6-4, 175, Sr.)
Pts – 0
Rebs – 0
Asts – 0
Blks – 0
Stls – 0
#25 Boomer Blossom (G, 6-2, 190, Sr.)
Pts – 8, twice (last at WWU, 2/1/14)
Rebs — 6 vs Northland Int’l, 12/16/13
Asts — 4 vs Northland Int’l, 12/16/13
Blks — 0
Stls — 1, five mes
#2 Sjur Berg (F, 6-7, 225, Fr.)
Pts – 0
Rebs – 0
Asts – 0
Blks – 0
Stls – 0
#20 Damien Fulp (G, 6-2, 175, Fr.)
Pts – 0
Rebs – 0
Asts – 0
Blks – 0
Stls – 0
#30 Kevin Bowman (G, 6-1, 180, Jr.)
Pts – 0
Rebs – 0
Asts – 0
Blks – 0
Stls – 0
#3 Brian McGill (PG, 6-2, 185, Jr.)
Pts – 29 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 12/7/13
Rebs – 7 vs Minnesota State, 11/9/13
Asts – 20 vs Northland Int’l, 12/16/13
Blks – 1, three mes
Stls – 4 vs Northland Int’l, 12/16/13
#21 Kalidou Diouf (C, 6-9, 270, Fr.)
Pts – 0
Rebs – 0
Asts – 0
Blks – 0
Stls – 0
#31 Nicho Burgard (F, 6-8, 230, Fr.)
Pts – 0
Rebs – 0
Asts – 0
Blks – 0
Stls – 0
#11 Travis Thompson (G, 6-1, 195, Sr.)
Pts – 35 vs Northland Int’l, 12/16/13
Rebs – 9 at Simon Fraser, 1/30/14
Asts – 12 vs Lincoln Chris an, 12/17/11
Blks – 1, eight mes
Stls – 5 vs Simon Fraser, 1/12/12
#22 Jacob Cra (F, 6-7, 180, So.)
Pts – 6 vs Northland Int’l, 12/16/13
Rebs – 2 vs Holy Names, 11/15/13
Asts – 1 vs Northland Int’l, 12/16/13
Blks – 0
Stls – 2 at Western Washington, 2/1/14
#35 Brian Pearson (F, 6-8, 230, Fr.)
Pts – 0
Rebs – 0
Asts – 0
Blks – 0
Stls – 0
#13 Dom Hunter (G, 6-0, 180, Jr.)
Pts – 0
Rebs – 0
Asts – 0
Blks – 0
Stls – 0
#23 Travis Parrish (G/F, 6-3, 215, So.)
Pts – 0
Rebs – 0
Asts – 0
Blks – 0
Stls – 0
#44 Brad Mears (F/C, 6-10, 234, Sr.)
Pts – 15 vs Northland Int’l, 12/16/13
Rebs – 7, 4 mes (last at SFU, 1/30/14)
Asts – 2 vs Simon Fraser, 1/4/14
Blks – 2, 3 mes (last at UAF, 2/27/14)
Stls – 2, twice (last vs NNU, 1/16/14)
2013-14 UAA Men's Basketball
Alaska Anchorage Combined Team Statistics (as of Apr 11, 2014)
All games
RECORD:
ALL GAMES
CONFERENCE
NON-CONFERENCE
OVERALL
17-13
10-8
7-5
Total
3-Point
min avg fg-fga
fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%
##
Player
gp-gs
11
42
03
30
23
01
44
25
22
45
21
Thompson,Travis
Fossman,Kyle
McGill,Brian
Stafford,Teancum
Lauwers,Colton
Leckband,Christian
Mears,Brad
Blossom,Boomer
Craft,Jacob
McTier,Jackson
Baisa,DeVante
Team
Total..........
Opponents......
30-30 1041 34.7 195-410 .476
30-30 1059 35.3 169-358 .472
30-30 1012 33.7 154-326 .472
28-27 785 28.0 125-275 .455
30-10 717 23.9 62-163 .380
30-2 438 14.6 44-101 .436
30-17 425 14.2 58-119 .487
24-0 253 10.5 20-48 .417
8-0
35 4.4 5-9
.556
24-4 199 8.3 10-16 .625
11-0
36 3.3 3-7
.429
30
30
TEAM STATISTICS
SCORING
Points per game
Scoring margin
FIELD GOALS-ATT
Field goal pct
3 POINT FG-ATT
3-point FG pct
3-pt FG made per game
FREE THROWS-ATT
Free throw pct
F-Throws made per game
REBOUNDS
Rebounds per game
Rebounding margin
ASSISTS
Assists per game
TURNOVERS
Turnovers per game
Turnover margin
Assist/turnover ratio
STEALS
Steals per game
BLOCKS
Blocks per game
ATTENDANCE
Home games-Avg/Game
Neutral site-Avg/Game
Score by Periods
Alaska Anchorage
Opponents
HOME
10-7
5-4
5-3
6000
6000
UAA
2572
85.7
+8.3
845-1832
.461
391-947
.413
13.0
491-617
.796
16.4
991
33.0
-1.6
537
17.9
256
8.5
+3.4
2.1
146
4.9
55
1.8
20045
17-1179
-
1st 2nd
1229 1343
1155 1168
Totals
2572
2323
.421
.448
.480
.387
.349
.333
.000
.441
.571
.000
.429
F-Throw
ft-fta
ft%
%
%
%
^
^
#
#
#
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
&
141-158
60-72
137-164
54-80
41-53
29-37
15-26
2-7
1-2
11-18
0-0
off
Rebounds
def tot avg
NEUTRAL
2-2
0-0
2-2
pf dq
a
Date
11/08/13
11/09/13
11/10/13
11/15/13
11/16/13
11/17/13
11/27/13
11/29/13
11/30/13
12/07/13
12/16/13
12/17/13
01/02/14
01/04/14
01/09/14
01/11/14
01/16/14
01/18/14
01/23/14
01/25/14
01/30/14
02/01/14
02/06/14
02/08/14
02/13/14
02/15/14
02/20/14
02/22/14
02/27/14
03/05/14
.892
.833
.835
.675
.774
.784
.577
.286
.500
.611
.000
to blk stl
29 76 105 3.5 71 3 96 45 3
33 94 127 4.2 56 0 104 40 0
17 91 108 3.6 72 2 177 74 3
61 136 197 7.0 75 1 37 36 19
28 88 116 3.9 72 3 63 20 2
22 65 87 2.9 44 1 20 17 9
43 45 88 2.9 66 2
5 11 15
13 28 41 1.7 26 0 27
1 0
1
4
5 0.6
6 0
1
2 0
8 22 30 1.3 40 1
3
8 4
1
0
1 0.1
3 0
4
2 0
47 39 86
2
845-1832 .461 391-947 .413 491-617 .796 303 688 991 33.0 533 13 537 256 55
831-1755 .474 256-667 .384 405-563 .719 300 740 1040 34.7 537 7 517 357 85
OPP
2323
77.4
831-1755
.474
256-667
.384
8.5
405-563
.719
13.5
1040
34.7
517
17.2
357
11.9
1.4
124
4.1
85
2.8
6251
9-643
4-116
109-259
113-252
24-50
60-155
44-126
19-57
0-0
15-34
4-7
0-0
3-7
AWAY
5-4
5-4
0-0
Opponent
vs Lindenwood
vs Minnesota State
vs Cal St. Dominguez Hills
HOLY NAMES
REGIS
HOLY NAMES
TCU
INDIANA STATE
DENVER
ALASKA FAIRBANKS
NORTHLAND INTERNATIONAL
NORTHLAND INTERNATIONAL
WESTERN WASHINGTON
SIMON FRASER
at Montana State Billings
at Seattle Pacific
NORTHWEST NAZARENE
CENTRAL WASHINGTON
at Western Oregon
at Saint Martin's
at Simon Fraser
at Western Washington
SEATTLE PACIFIC
MONTANA STATE BILLINGS
at Central Washington
at Northwest Nazarene
SAINT MARTIN'S
WESTERN OREGON
at Alaska Fairbanks
vs Western Oregon
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
L
W
W
W
L
W
L
L
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
L
W
W
W
W
L
L
% = CCA Div. II Tip-Off Classic - Anaheim, CA
^ = AT&T Jamboree
# = Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout - Sullivan Arena
* = Great Northwest Athletic Conference game
& = GNAC Tournament - Lacey, WA
pts
avg
640
511
469
364
209
136
131
57
15
31
9
21.3
17.0
15.6
13.0
7.0
4.5
4.4
2.4
1.9
1.3
0.8
146 2572
124 2323
85.7
77.4
35
30
25
13
21
1
9
6
2
4
0
Score
74-57
83-72
81-88
93-60
88-74
90-73
70-73
87-97
71-78
96-76
149-70
111-58
89-104
107-77
67-75
74-81
92-83
88-95
92-58
79-78
65-64
76-99
76-88
62-75
96-89
76-64
88-76
96-77
68-70
88-94
Att.
50
50
150
563
531
390
3998
3897
3859
1000
387
217
713
565
337
581
628
650
618
402
386
1014
623
606
1009
482
592
826
956
216
`