11-19-14 (UC Irvine).indd - University of Arizona Athletics

GAME 3: #2/2 ARIZONA VS. UC IRVINE
2014-15 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
NOVEMBER 19, 2014 » 7 P.M. MST » TUCSON, ARIZ. » MCKALE CENTER (14,655)
DATE
OPPONENT (TV)
N9
Cal Poly Pomona (EX) (Pac-12 Networks)
TIME/RESULT
W, 67-51
MEDIA INFORMATION
N14
Mt. St. Mary’s (Pac-12 Networks)
W, 78-55
N16
1-Cal State Northridge (Pac-12 Networks)
N19
UC Irvine (Pac-12 Networks)
7 p.m. MST
N24
2-vs. Missouri (ESPN2)
3 p.m. MST
N25
2-vs. Kansas State/Purdue (ESPN/ESPN2)
N26
2-vs. TBD (ESPN/ESPN2)
Tip Time: 7:05 p.m. MST
TV: Pac-12 Networks (Robinson/MacLean)
Radio: Arizona IMG Sports Network (Jeffries/Hansen)
Audio Stream: arizonawildcats.com
Satellite Radio: Sirius 135, XM 197
National Radio: None
Live Stats: arizonalivestats.com
D2
Gardner-Webb (Pac-12 Networks)
D6
Gonzaga (ESPN)
D9
Utah Valley (Pac-12 Networks)
D13
Michigan (ESPN)
W, 86-68
TBD
TBD
7 p.m. MST
3:15 p.m. MST
7 p.m. MST
3:15 p.m. MST
D16
Oakland (Pac-12 Networks)
D19
at UTEP (Fox Sports 1)
7 p.m. MST
D23
at UNLV (CBS Sports Network)
J4
Arizona State (Fox Sports 1)
5 p.m. MST
J8
at Oregon (Pac-12 Networks)
8:30 p.m. MST
J11
at Oregon State (Fox Sports 1)
8 p.m. MST
J15
Colorado (ESPN/ESPN2)
7 p.m. MST
J17
Utah (Pac-12 Networks)
5 p.m. MST
J22
at Stanford (ESPN2)
J24
at California (Pac-12 Networks)
2-0, 0-0 P12
2/2
152
Sean Miller
131-48 (6th yr)
251-95 (11th yr)
14-15 Record
Rankings
RPI (ESPN)
Head Coach
Record at School
Career Record
2-0, 0-0 Big West
NR/NR
19
Russell Turner
71-67 (5th yr)
Same
9 p.m. MST
INSIDE THE SERIES
Overall: Arizona leads, 1-0
In Tucson: Arizona leads, 1-0
In Irvine: Never met
At Neutral Sites: Never met
Current Streak: Arizona won one
Last Meeting: Arizona won, 93-70, on Dec. 14, 1998
Miller vs. UC Irvine: 0-0
8:15 p.m. MST
POINTS OF EMPHASIS
» Second-ranked Arizona will play its third game in six days on Wednesday, as it looks to run its record to 3-0 when it
faces preseason Big West favorite UC Irvine at McKale Center.
» UA head coach Sean Miller picked up his 250th win as a head coach on Nov. 14 when the Wildcats downed Mount
St. Mary’s in their season opener; Miller has 130 wins at UA and needs six to move into fourth on the UA charts.
7 p.m. MST
8:30 p.m. MST
J28
Oregon (Pac-12 Networks)
8 p.m. MST
J30
Oregon State (Pac-12 Networks)
8 p.m. MST
F7
at Arizona State (FOX)
F13
at Washington (ESPN)
F15
at Washington State (Fox Sports 1)
F19
USC (Pac-12 Networks)
7 p.m. MST
F21
UCLA (ESPN)
7 p.m. MST
F26
at Colorado (ESPN/ESPN2)
7 p.m. MST
F28
at Utah (ESPN/ESPN2)
2:30 p.m. MST
7 p.m. MST
4:30 p.m. MST
TBD
M5
California (ESPN/ESPN2)
7 p.m. MST
M7
Stanford (CBS)
2 p.m. MST
Schedule Key
1 - EA Sports Maui Invitational Opening Round (Tucson, Ariz.)
2 - EA Sports Maui Invitational Championship Round (Lahaina, Hawaii)
» The Wildcats have been ranked in 42-straight AP polls, including 22-straight weeks in the top 10 and 20-consecutive
weeks in the top five.
» Earlier this week, Arizona was one of just three schools nationally to place three or more representatives on the
Wooden Award Preseason Top 50, as Brandon Ashely, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Stanley Johnson were each
tapped for the list.
» Arizona has 115 victories since the start of the 2010-11 season, the most in the Pac-12 and the 10th-best total
nationally; three of the eight 25-wins seasons posted by Pac-12 teams in Sean Miller’s tenure belong to UA.
» UA is in the midst of a 23-game home winning streak, the fifth-longest in program history; the Wildcats lead the
Pac-12 in homecourt winning percentage since 2010-11 and are 76-11 (.874) at McKale Center under Miller.
» The Wildcats have won 29-consecutive regular-season non-conference games, the longest streak in the nation;
UA’s streak began with a win over Oakland on Dec. 20, 2011.
» Currently ranked fourth nationally in adjusted defensive efficiency (through Nov. 17), UA is in the midst of a 47game streak in which it has not given up more than 75 points, dating to March 2013.
» The Wildcats’ transition defensive has been stifling in their first two games, allowing opponents a total of just four
fastbreak points in those contests.
2014-15 ARIZONA ROSTER
No.
0
1
3
4
5
12
14
20
21
23
24
31
35
44
50
55
Name
Pos.
Parker Jackson-Cartwright G
Gabe York
G
Craig Victor
F
T.J. McConnell
G
Stanley Johnson
F
Ryan Anderson
F
Dusan Ristic
C
Kadeem Allen
G
Brandon Ashley
F
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson F
Elliott Pitts
G
Matt Korcheck
F
Kaleb Tarczewski
C
Trey Mason
G
Jacob Hazzard
G
Drew Mellon
F
Cl.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
Ht.
5-10
6-3
6-9
6-1
6-7
6-9
7-0
6-3
6-9
6-7
6-5
6-10
7-0
6-2
6-0
6-6
Wt.
160
185
230
195
245
230
245
195
230
220
185
235
245
180
160
205
PPG
7.5
6.5
3.0
6.5
12.5
1.5
17.0
14.5
6.5
0.0
6.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
RPG APG
2.0
2.0
0.5
2.5
1.5
0.0
5.0
7.5
3.5
0.5
2.5
0.0
4.5
1.0
6.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
7.0
0.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Hometown
Los Angeles, Calif.
West Covina, Calif.
New Orleans, La.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Fullerton, Calif.
Lakewood, Calif.
Novi Sad, Serbia
Wilmington, N.C.
San Francisco, Calif.
Chester, Pa.
Dublin, Calif.
Tucson, Ariz.
Claremont, N.H.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Santa Ana, Calif.
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
RONDAE Hollis-Jefferson ......................................................Ron-day
Matt KORCHECK .................................................................Core-check
Drew MELLON.................................................................(like the fruit)
DUSAN RISTIC ....................................................Doo-sahn Wrist-itch
Kaleb TARCZEWSKI.............................................................Tar-zoo-ski
ARIZONA’S CURRENT STREAKS
All games .............................................................................................2 W
At McKale Center ........................................................................... 23 W
On the road...........................................................................................1 L
At neutral sites.....................................................................................1 L
Non-conference home games .................................................. 18 W
Non-conference road games .......................................................4 W
Pac-12 games overall ........................................................................1 L
Pac-12 home games ..................................................................... 12 W
Pac-12 road games ............................................................................1 L
2014-15 HONORS
Brandon Ashley
Wooden Award Preseason Top 50
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Wooden Award Preseason Top 50
Stanley Johnson
Wooden Award Preseason Top 50
T.J. McConnell
Cousy Award watch list
ARIZONA’S POSSIBLE STARTING LINEUP
5
F
21
F
35
C
4
G
1
G
Stanley Johnson
6-7 • 245 • Fr. • Fullerton, Calif.
PPG
12.5
RPG
3.5
APG
0.4
MPG
24.5
Brandon Ashley
6-9 • 230 • Jr. • San Francisco, Calif.
PPG
17.0
RPG
4.5
APG
1.0
MPG
28.0
Kaleb Tarczewski
RPG
7.0
BPG
1.5
MPG
26.0
MPG
25.5
A Cousy Award nominee ... Has a 3.75 assist-to-turnover ratio
through two games (15 AST/4 TO) ... Leads UA with an average
of 3.0 steals per game ... A second-team All-Pac-12 and Pac-12
All-Defensive Team selection last season ... Had a 3.01 assist-toturnover ratio in 2013-14 to rank 13th nationally.
T.J. McConnell
6-1 • 195 • Jr. • Pittsburgh, Pa.
PPG
6.5
RPG
5.0
APG
7.5
Gabe York
6-3 • 185 • Jr. • West Covina, Calif.
PPG
6.5
RPG
0.5
APG
2.5
Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 ... Leads UA with an average
of 3.5 offensive rebounds per game ... Set career highs for points
(21) and field goals (9) against Mount St. Mary’s ... Averaged 11.5
points and 5.8 rebounds per game in 21 games last season ... A
career .735 shooter from the free throw line.
Surpassed the 600-point mark for his career in the win over
CSUN ... Had his third-career double-double against Mount St.
Mary’s, one of eight in the Pac-12 on opening night ... Averaged
9.9 points and 6.3 rebounds a year ago ... UA’s active leader in
blocked shots (62).
7-0 • 245 • Jr. • Claremont, N.H.
PPG
6.5
Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 ... Shooting 50.0 percent from
the floor ... Netted a team-high 17 points on 7-of-10 shooting
against CSUN ... Rated as the No. 7 overall recruit in his class by
ESPN ... Has won three gold medals with USA Basketball, earning
MVP honors at the 2014 FIBA Americas Championship.
MPG
25.0
Had four assists and no turnovers against Mount St. Mary’s ... A
career 37.8 percent shooter from three-point range ... Averaged
1.5 three-pointers per game in 2013-14 to rank 12th in the Pac12 ... Has a 2.78 assist-to-turnover ratio for his career and posted
a 2.90 mark last season (61 AST/21 TO).
THE ARIZONA BENCH
0
G
3
F
14
C
20
G
23
F
24
G
31
F
44
G
50
G
55
F
Parker Jackson-Cartwright
5-10 • 160 • Fr. • Los Angeles, Calif.
PPG
7.5
RPG
2.0
APG
2.0
MPG
12.5
Craig Victor
6-9 • 230 • Fr. • New Orleans, La.
PPG
3.0
RPG
1.5
SPG
0.5
MPG
7.0
Dusan Ristic
7-0 • 245 • Fr. • Novi Sad, Serbia
PPG
1.5
RPG
2.5
BPG
0.0
MPG
8.0
Kadeem Allen
6-3 • 195 • Jr. • Wilmington, N.C.
PPG
-
RPG
-
APG
-
MPG
-
BPG
1.0
MPG
16.5
MPG
3.0
Has seen action in one game this season ... In his third year in
the program after redshirting the 2012-13 season ... Played in
22 games a year ago, including 12 of the last 15 ... Averaged
11.8 rebounds per 40 minutes played ... Got 33.3 percent of his
rebounds on the offensive glass in 2013-14.
6-5 • 185 • So. • Dublin, Calif.
RPG
1.0
APG
1.0
Matt Korcheck
6-10 • 235 • Sr. • Tucson, Ariz.
PPG
0.0
RPG
0.0
BPG
0.0
Trey Mason
6-2 • 180 • So. • Los Angeles, Calif.
PPG
0.0
RPG
0.0
APG
0.0
MPG
2.0
Jacob Hazzard
6-0 • 160 • Jr. • Los Angeles, Calif.
PPG
0.0
RPG
0.0
APG
0.0
MPG
1.5
Drew Mellon
6-6 • 205 • Sr. • Santa Ana, Calif.
PPG
0.0
RPG
0.0
APG
0.0
Will redshirt his first season in the Arizona program ... Named
2014 National JUCO Player of the Year by both the NABC and
NJCAA ... A first-team All-American by both the NABC and
NJCAA in both of his seasons at Hutch.
Has connected on 3-of-6 (.500) shots from long range this
season ... Scored a career-high 10 points against CSUN ... Saw
a career-high 17 minutes of action against Mount St. Mary’s ...
Played in 24 games off the bench last season ... Knocked down
11-of-28 (.393) shots from beyond the arc.
Elliott Pitts
PPG
6.5
Has seen action off the bench in both games this season ...
Has five total rebounds in 16 minutes of action, translating to
an average of 12.5 per 40 minutes ... Averaged 17.3 points, 9.5
rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game at the 2013 Nike International
Junior Tournament to earn MVP honors.
MPG
21.5
6-7 • 220 • So. • Chester, Pa.
RPG
6.0
Has seen action off the bench in both games this season ... All
three of his rebounds have come on the offensive glass ... Had
four points and three rebounds in eight minutes in the win over
CSUN ... Ranked as the No. 37 overall recruit in his class by ESPN.
Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 ... Scored in double figures in
both games this season, and six games in a row dating back to
2013-14 ... Five of his 11 field goals on the year are dunks ... A
Pac-12 All-Freshman Team selection in 2014 ... Got 10.4 percent
of offensive rebounds while on the floor in 2013-14.
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
PPG
14.5
Has four assists and no turnovers in 25 minutes to start the
season ... Shooting .625 from the floor and .600 from three-point
range ... Scored eight points and was 2-of-3 from long range
against Mount St. Mary’s ... Rated as the No. 57 overall recruit in
his recruiting class by ESPN.
MPG
1.0
Has seen action in both games this season ... Second-year walkon who saw action in 10 games in 2013-14, averaging 0.5 points
and 0.3 rebounds ... Mother played volleyball at UA and father
was a member of Wildcats’ 1988 Final Four team.
Has seen action in both games this season ... Third-year walk-on
... Has seen action in 21-career games ... Averaged 1.5 points and
shot 47.1 percent from the floor in 2013-14 ... Represented UA
on the Pac-12’s tour of China during the summer of 2014.
Has seen action in one game this season ... Fourth-year walk-on
... Has seen action in 14-career games ... Has career averages of
0.1 points and 0.1 rebounds in 1.8 minutes per appearance.
ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL
Rank
Team
Record
1.
Kentucky (49)
2.
Arizona (4)
3.
STATISTICAL COMPARISON
Pts.
Arizona ............................................................................... Category .................................................................................. UC Irvine
2-0
1,574
82.0 ........................................................................................... Points per Game..................................................................................................77.5
2-0
1,491
61.5 ................................................................................ Opponent Points per Game .......................................................................................43.0
Wisconsin (7)
2-0
1,475
.557 ...................................................................................... Field Goal Percentage ........................................................................................... .578
4.
Duke (4)
2-0
1,422
.404 ........................................................................... Opponent Field Goal Percentage ................................................................................ .289
5.
Kansas
1-0
1,306
.353 ..........................................................................Three-Point Field Goal Percentage ............................................................................... .419
6.
North Carolina
2-0
1,254
.290 ...............................................................Opponent Three-Point Field Goal Percentage .................................................................... .324
7.
Louisville
1-0
1,130
6.0............................................................................. Three-Point Field Goals per Game................................................................................... 6.5
8.
Florida
1-0
1,127
4.5.................................................................. Opponent Three-Point Field Goals per Game ........................................................................ 5.5
9.
Virginia
2-0
1,065
.567 .....................................................................................Free Throw Percentage .......................................................................................... .828
10.
Texas
2-0
1,061
+8.0 ...........................................................................................Rebound Margin .................................................................................................+5.5
11.
Wichita State
1-0
1,002
3.5.............................................................................................. Blocks per Game ................................................................................................... 8.0
12.
Villanova
1-0
858
11.0 ............................................................................................Steals per Game .................................................................................................... 7.0
13.
Gonzaga
1-0
841
17.0 ...........................................................................................Assists per Game .................................................................................................17.5
14.
Iowa State
1-0
746
13.0 ........................................................................................Turnovers per Game ..............................................................................................10.5
15.
VCU
1-0
654
16.0 ............................................................................................ Fouls per Game...................................................................................................19.5
16.
San Diego State
1-0
564
17.
Connecticut
1-0
525
18.
Oklahoma
1-0
466
19.
Michigan State
1-0
443
20.
21.
Ohio State
1-0
361
Nebraska
1-0
298
22.
SMU
1-0
290
23.
Syracuse
2-0
190
24.
Michigan
1-0
177
25.
Utah
1-0
118
Others receiving votes: Stanford 63; Colorado 52; Iowa
48; UCLA 41; Kansas State 29; Arkansas 23; Memphis 11;
Minnesota 11; Notre Dame 10; Pittsburgh 10; Louisiana Tech
9; Dayton 7; Florida State 6; NC State 6; Oklahoma State 6;
Cincinnati 5; GW 5; LSU 5; Illinois 3; Maryland 3; BYU 2; UTEP 2.
USA TODAY COACHES POLL
Rank
Team
Record
1.
Kentucky (25)
2-0
787
2.
Arizona (3)
2-0
754
3.
Duke (2)
2-0
725
4.
Wisconsin (2)
2-0
718
5.
Kansas
1-0
654
6.
North Carolina
2-0
609
7.
Florida
1-0
560
8.
Louisville
1-0
557
9.
Virginia
2-0
543
10.
Texas
2-0
497
11.
Gonzaga
1-0
445
ARIZONA VS. UC IRVINE - LAST 10 GAMES
Date
12/14/98
Location
Tucson, Ariz.
Result
W, 84-58
Leading Arizona Scorer
Jason Terry, 21
ARIZONA RECORD BY STARTING LINEUP
McConnell, York, Johnson, Ashley, Tarczewski ................................................................................................................................2-0 (1.000)
Pts.
12.
Villanova
1-0
443
13.
Wichita State
1-0
438
14.
Iowa State
1-0
340
15.
VCU
1-0
299
16.
San Diego State
1-0
278
17.
Connecticut
1-0
269
18.
Oklahoma
1-0
258
19.
Michigan State
1-0
254
20.
Ohio State
1-0
190
21.
Nebraska
1-0
140
22.
Michigan
1-0
127
23.
SMU
1-0
112
24.
Syracuse
2-0
110
25.
Iowa
1-0
64
Others receiving votes: Utah 38; Kansas State 35; Stanford
29; UCLA 24; Pittsburgh 17; Notre Dame 11; GW 9; Louisiana
Tech 9; Illinois 8; Memphis 8; Arkansas 6; Colorado 6; Baylor 5;
Georgetown 4; Minnesota 4; UTEP 4; Toledo 3; Cincinnati 2;
Harvard 2; LSU 2; Miami 1; Dayton 1; Oregon 1.
2014-15 SPECIALTY STATS COMPARISON
Opponent
Mount St. Mary’s
Cal State Northridge
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. Kansas State/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
TOTALS
Paint
40/16
34/28
Off TO
27/4
11/23
2nd Chance
8/4
14/5
Fast Break
19/0
6/4
Bench
28/15
38/16
74/44
38/27
22/9
25/4
66/31
PAC-12 STANDINGS (THRU NOV. 17)
Rank
1.
8.
11.
12.
Team
UCLA
Oregon
California
Arizona
Stanford
Colorado
Arizona State
Utah
Washington
Oregon State
USC
Washington State
Pac-12
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Overall
2-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
1-1
0-2
PAC-12 PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Nov. 17.................................................... Tyrone Wallace (California)
MILLER’S PROCESS PAYING DIVIDENDS IN TUCSON
Arizona head coach Sean Miller stressed the importance of “honoring the process” upon taking the reigns of the UA
program in 2009, and over the last five seasons, that process has paid off in a major way.
Since the start of the 2010-11 campaign, Miller has guided the Wildcats to a 115-33 (.777) record, marking both the most
wins and the best winning percentage in the Pac-12 over that time. Arizona has captured two regular-season conference
titles, made three Sweet 16s and advanced to two Elite Eights during that time frame, as well.
Miller’s 2010-11 and 2013-14 Arizona squads are the only Pac-12 teams to reach 30 wins or advance to the Elite Eight since
the beginning of the 2010-11 season. UA was also the first Pac-12 team to attain the No. 1 ranking in the Associated Press
poll since January 2006, doing so for eight-straight weeks during the 2013-14 campaign.
Since 2009, Miller has also signed 19 recruits ranked in the top 100 of ESPN RecruitingNation’s individual charts - the
second-most in the nation over that span. UA and Kentucky are the only schools in the nation to pull in four-straight top-10
recruiting classes from 2011-14.
WILDCATS PICKED TO DEFEND PAC-12 CROWN
For the third-consecutive year, the league’s media contingent has picked Arizona as the favorite to claim the regularseason Pac-12 championship. UA received 31 of a possible 32 first-place votes to rank ahead of second-place Utah and
third-place Colorado in the preseason poll.
In the previous 12 times the Wildcats have been tabbed the preseason conference favotite, they have gone on to win the
title on eight occasions.
UA PLACES THREE ON WOODEN AWARD PRESEASON TOP 50
Brandon Ashley, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Stanley Johnson all represent the University of Arizona men’s basketball
program on the John R. Wooden Award Preseason Top 50, released Nov. 17 by the Los Angeles Athletic Club.
Arizona, Kansas and Kentucky are the only schools to place three or more representatives on the list, while the Wildcats
had three of the Pac-12’s seven honorees. Ashley, Hollis-Jefferson and Johnson were each McDonald’s All-Americans prior
to arriving at UA.
On Nov. 4, T.J. McConnell was named to the 36-player watch list for the Bob Cousy Collegiate Point Guard of the Year Award.
ARIZONA AMONG NATION’S WINNINGEST PROGRAMS OVER LAST FOUR YEARS
While Sean Miller and Co. arrived in Tucson for the 2009-10 season, the 2010-11 campaign effectively marks the beginning
of the Miller Era. Four years ago, the Wildcats claimed their first conference championship under Miller and made a run to
the Elite Eight that only ended at the hands of eventual national champion Connecticut.
A winning culture has been restored at Arizona, and over the last four years, few nationally have been better at winning
than Miller’s Wildcats.
THIS WEEK IN THE PAC-12
Nov. 17................................ Washington State at TCU, 6 p.m. MST
..........................Bethune-Cookman at Arizona State, 7 p.m. MST
.............................................................Detroit at Oregon, 9 p.m. MST
................................................... Tennessee Tech at USC, 9 p.m. MST
...................................................... Auburn at Colorado, 11 p.m. MST
Nov. 18..................................Utah at San Diego State, 2 p.m. MST
................................................. Corban at Oregon State, 8 p.m. MST
Nov. 19..........................................UC Irvine at Arizona, 7 p.m. MST
Nov. 20...............................................USC vs Akron, 10:30 a.m. MST
.................................................... Syracuse vs. California, 7 p.m. MST
..........................Loyola Marymount at Arizona State, 7 p.m. MST
....................................................Nicholls State at UCLA, 9 p.m. MST
Nov. 21...............................................Toledo at Oregon, 5 p.m. MST
............................................................. UNLV vs. Stanford, 5 p.m. MST
........................................................UC Riverside at Utah, 7 p.m. MST
................................ Idaho State at Washington State, 7 p.m. MST
......................................Oral Roberts vs. Oregon State, 7 p.m. MST
......................................................Washington at Seatte, 8 p.m. MST
Nov. 22......................................Colorado at Wyoming, 4 p.m. MST
Nov. 23.......................................Pacific at Washington, 6 p.m. MST
.............................................Long Beach State at UCLA, 8 p.m. MST
MOST WINS NATIONALLY SINCE 2010-11 (THROUGH NOV. 17)
1.
Kansas
124
2.
Louisville
123
3.
Wichita State
122
4.
Florida
121
Syracuse
121
6.
Ohio State
120
7.
Kentucky
119
8.
Duke
117
9.
San Diego State
115
10. Arizona
115
UA HAS NATION’S LONGEST REGULAR-SEASON NON-CONFERENCE WIN STREAK
Arizona is currently riding a nation’s-best 29-game winning streak in regular-season non-conference games, a streak that
began on Dec. 20, 2011, with a victory over Oakland. The Wildcats’ streak is 11 games longer than the next-best such streak
in the country.
REGULAR-SEASON NON-CONFERENCE WINNING STREAKS (THROUGH NOV. 17)
1.
Arizona
29
2.
Iowa State
18
Wisconsin
18
4.
Wichita State
17
Syracuse
17
UA LOOKING FOR ANOTHER OF PROGRAM’S TOP FOUR-YEAR RUNS
Last season, Arizona capped the second-best four-year in the history of the program, totaling 113 wins from 2011-14.
The Wildcats have won 85 games since the start of the 2011-12 campaign, placing them 22 victories shy of tying the thirdbest four-year win total in UA history.
TOP FOUR-YEAR WIN TOTALS, UA HISTORY
1.
1988-91
117
2.
2011-14
113
3.
1987-90
107
1998-2001
107
2000-03
107
NR. 2012-15
85
Last year’s team also ranked second on Arizona’s single-season victories list. Two of the five winningest seasons in UA
history have come under the direction of Sean Miller, who is in just his sixth year at the school.
TRACKING THE WILDCATS
Category
Overall
In the Pac-12
In non-conference games
At McKale Center
On the road
At a neutral site
Leads at halftime
Trails at halftime
Tied at halftime
In overtime
Shoots .500 or better
Shoots less than .500
Leads in FG pct.
Trails in FG pct.
Same FG pct.
Leads in three-point FG pct.
Trails in three-point FG pct.
Same three-point FG pct.
Makes 10 or more three-point FG
Leads in FT made
Trails in FT made
Tied in FT made
Leads in FT attempts
Trails in FT attempts
Tied in FT attempts
Leads in rebounds
Trails in rebounds
Tied in rebounds
Fewer turnovers than opponent
More turnovers than opponent
Same amount of turnovers as opponent
Leads in bench points
Trails in bench points
Tied in bench points
Has a player score 20 or more points
Has a player score 30 or more points
No Arizona player fouls out
One Arizona player fouls out
Two or more Arizona players foul out
Plays a ranked opponent
Plays in an in-season tournament
On television
In day games
In night games
In November
In December
In January
In February
In March
In April
On Sunday
On Monday
On Tuesday
On Wednesday
On Thursday
On Friday
On Saturday
Final margin is five points or less
Final margin is 6-10 points
Final margin is 11-20 points
Final margin is 21 points or more
Scores 59 points or less
Scores 60-69 points
Scores 70-79 points
Scores 80-89 points
Scores 90-99 points
Scores 100 points or more
14-15
2-0
0-0
2-0
2-0
0-0
0-0
2-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-0
0-0
2-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
1-0
2-0
0-0
0-0
2-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
1-0
0-0
2-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
2-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
2-0
0-0
2-0
2-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
Miller Era
131-48
63-27
68-21
76-11
32-23
23-13
104-15
27-31
0-2
7-5
47-1
84-47
96-8
35-40
0-0
93-21
37-27
1-0
25-3
94-16
30-30
7-2
100-18
36-27
5-3
98-20
29-25
4-3
70-15
51-32
10-1
87-18
41-29
3-1
64-20
5-0
91-32
38-11
2-5
7-10
15-4
131-48
41-17
90-31
26-5
29-8
28-10
26-13
22-12
0-0
21-5
6-2
9-0
15-7
38-12
9-4
33-18
32-21
27-13
39-10
33-4
4-13
31-19
54-14
30-1
9-0
3-0
TOP SINGLE-SEASON WIN TOTALS, UA HISTORY
1.
1987-88
35
2.
2013-14
33
3.
1997-98
30
2004-05
30
2010-11
30
ARIZONA WORKING ON LENGTHY HOME WINNING STREAK
Arizona was 18-0 at home in 2013-14, marking the program’s second unblemished home slate
under head coach Sean Miller and the 11th in the history of McKale Center. UA is 76-11 (.874) at
McKale Center with Miller at the helm.
The Wildcats’ current 23-game home winning streak is the fifth-longest in program history. UA’s
81 and 71-game home winning streaks currently rank fifth and 10th in NCAA history, respectively.
ARIZONA’S LONGEST HOME WINNING STREAKS, MODERN HISTORY
1.
1945-51
81
2.
1987-92
71
3.
1975-77
37
1996-99
37
5.
2013-present
23
WILDCATS TOP PAC-12 IN HOMECOURT WINNING PERCENTAGE OVER
LAST FOUR YEARS
Since the start of the 2010-11 season, Arizona has a 65-6 record at McKale Center, translating to a
Pac-12-best .915 home winning percentage.
That timeframe includes two undefeated home seasons: 17-0 in 2010-11 and 18-0 in 2013-14.
Prior to the Wildcats’ first unblemished home season under Sean Miller in 2010-11, UA hadn’t
gone unbeaten at home since the 1998-99 campaign.
TOP HOMECOURT WINNING PERCENTAGE, PAC-12 SINCE 2010-11 (THROUGH NOV. 17)
1.
Arizona
.915 (65-6)
2.
Colorado
.873 (62-9)
3.
UCLA
.851 (63-11)
4.
Oregon
.807 (67-16)
5.
Washington
.795 (58-15)
UA RANKED FIRST NATIONALLY IN ADJUSTED DEFENSIVE EFFICIENCY
IN 2013-14
Not surprisingly, given Sean Miller’s defense-oriented identity as a head coach, Arizona improved
its adjusted defensive efficiency in each of Miller’s first five seasons in Tucson.
Bolstered by a defensive effort that ranked fourth nationally in field goal percentage defensive
and sixth in scoring defense, while holding 30 of 38 opponents to 65 points or fewer, UA ranked
first nationally in adjusted defense in 2013-14.
In Pac-12 play, the 2013-14 Wildcats held opponents to 0.91 points per possession, making them
the lone Pac-12 team to hold its conference opponents below the 1.00-point mark per trip.
ARIZONA ADJUSTED DEFENSIVE EFFICIENCY SINCE 2009-10
National Rank
Rating
2009-10
108th
97.9
2010-11
71st
96.4
2011-12
43rd
93.8
2012-13
32nd
91.8
2013-14
1st
88.5
UA AMONG NATION’S ELITE IN SCORING DEFENSE IN 2013-14
In addition to leading the country in adjusted defensive efficiency last season, Arizona also
ranked sixth nationally in scoring defense in 2013-14, yielding just 58.6 points per game to also
lead the Pac-12.
Since UA joined the league in 1978, no Arizona team had ever led the Pac-12 in scoring defense.
The Wildcats’ average of 58.6 points allowed per game was also their best since joining the
conference, and the top mark for the program since averaging 55.3 points allowed per game
during the 1950-51 season.
Arizona is currently riding a streak of 47-consecutive games without giving up more than 75
points, dating to March 2, 2013.
2013-14 NCAA SCORING DEFENSE LEADERS
1.
Virginia
55.7
2.
San Diego State 57.0
3.
Florida
57.8
4.
Cincinnati
58.4
5.
Clemson
58.4
6.
Arizona
58.6
MILLER ERA GAME HIGHS AND LOWS
ARIZONA GAME HIGHS
Points ...................................................................................... 107 at California (2/5/11)
Field goals ...................................................... 37 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
Field goal attempts ...............................................................74 at California (2/5/11)
Field goal percentage ............................................................ .612 vs. USC (1/29/11)
Three-point field goals ....................................15 vs. Washington State (1/26/12)
Three-point field goal attempts .......................................34 at California (2/5/11)
Three-point field goal percentage ........................ .688 vs. Oklahoma (12/5/10)
Free throws .....................................................34 vs. Northern Colorado (11/21/10)
Free throw attempts .......................................................43 vs. Ball State (11/13/11)
Free throw percentage ................................. 1.000 (12-12) at California (2/1/14)
Rebounds ....................................................... 55 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
Assists ...........................................................25 vs. Charleston Southern (11/11/12)
Steals ....................................................................................... 15 vs. Gonzaga (3/23/14)
Blocked shots .................................................................12 vs. Weber State (3/21/14)
Turnovers........................................................27 vs. Southern Mississippi (12/4/12)
Fouls ...........................................................................................31 at California (2/5/11)
ARIZONA GAME LOWS
Points .......................................................................46 at San Diego State (12/12/09)
Field goals .......................................................................15, 2x, last vs. UCLA (3/8/12)
Field goal attempts ................................................... 40 vs. Arizona State (2/21/10)
Field goal percentage ........................................................... .300 at USC (12/31/09)
Three-point field goals .............................................. 2, 4x, last at Oregon (3/8/14)
Three-point field goal attempts ...................................9 vs. Washington (1/4/14)
Three-point field goal percentage ........................................ .133 at USC (1/8/12)
Free throws .................................................................................... 4 vs. UNLV (12/7/13)
Free throw attempts ................................................................... 8 vs. UNLV (12/7/13)
Free throw percentage ....................................................... .375 vs. UCLA (3/15/14)
Rebounds ...........................................................19 vs. Northern Arizona (12/16/10)
Assists .................................................................................................. 2 at USC (2/24/11)
Steals .....................................................................................0 at Washington (2/18/12)
Blocked shots .............................................................0, 7x, last vs. Miami (12/23/12)
Turnovers.............................................. 5, 2x, last vs. Northern Arizona (12/23/13)
Fouls ..........................................................................9 vs. Northern Arizona (12/3/11)
OPPONENT GAME HIGHS
Points .......................................................................................... 105, California (2/5/11)
Field goals ......................................................................................... 37, BYU (12/28/09)
Field goal attempts ..............................73, 2x, last New Mexico State (11/29/11)
Field goal percentage ................................................................. .611, USC (2/27/13)
Three-point field goals ........................ 14, 2x, last Long Beach State (11/19/12)
Three-point field goal attempts ....... 32, 2x, last Long Beach State (11/19/12)
Three-point field goal percentage ............... .667, San Diego State (11/23/11)
Free throws ..................................................................................30, California (2/5/11)
Free throw attempts ..................................................42, 2x, last California (2/5/11)
Free throw percentage ............................1.000, 2x, last Oral Roberts (12/18/12)
Rebounds ....................................................................................... 47, Florida (12/7/11)
Assists ............................................................................................23, California (2/5/11)
Steals ............................................................................................... 14, Miami (12/23/12)
Blocked shots .............................................................................12, Clemson (12/8/12)
Turnovers............................................................................. 24, Santa Clara (11/26/10)
Fouls .......................................................................................... 28, Ball State (11/13/11)
OPPONENT GAME LOWS
Points ............................................................................ 25, Washington State (1/2/14)
Field goals ......................................................................9, Washington State (1/2/14)
Field goal attempts .......................................... 38, Bethune-Cookman (11/23/10)
Field goal percentage ......................................... .200, Washington State (1/2/14)
Three-point field goals .........................................1, 11x, last Texas Tech (12/3/13)
Three-point field goal attempts ........................ 6, Northern Arizona (12/16/10)
Three-point field goal percentage ................................ .059, Oregon (12/30/10)
Free throws ..................................................................2, Northern Arizona (12/3/11)
Free throw attempts .................................................5, 2x, last Clemson (12/10/11)
Free throw percentage ..................................... .333, San Diego State (11/23/11)
Rebounds ........................................................................................ 15, UTEP (11/15/12)
Assists ................................................................ 4, 3x, last San Diego State (3/27/14)
Steals ............................................................................. 0, Washington State (1/26/12)
Blocked shots ............................................0, 18x, last Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Turnovers...........................................................................5, 3x, last Drexel (11/27/13)
Fouls ..................................................................................... 10, 2x, last UCLA (3/15/13)
DEFENSIVE REBOUNDING AN ARIZONA FORTÉ
In each of the last two seasons, Arizona has ranked among the national leaders in defensive rebound
percentage.
Arizona cleared the defensive glass at an elite rate in 2012-13, ripping down 73.3 percent of available
defensive rebounds to tie for seventh nationally and rank first among schools in the major conferences.
Arizona corralled nearly three of every four defensive rebounds available in 2013-14, checking in with a .727
defensive rebound percentage to rank 13th nationally and third among teams from major conferences.
REBOUND MARGIN LEADS TO WILDCAT WINS
Arizona is 2-0 (1.000) this season and is 98-20 (.831) under head coach Sean Miller when it holds an edge in
the rebound column.
The Wildcats ranked ninth nationally in 2013-14 with a +7.1 average rebound margin after ranking 19th in
that category in 2012-13.
The Wildcats’ +7.1 rebound margin last season was the second-best by a Sean Miller-coached team, and the
top mark of his tenure at Arizona.
TOP FIVE REBOUND MARGINS UNDER SEAN MILLER
1.
2008-09 (Xavier)
+8.3
2.
2013-14 (Arizona)
+7.1
3.
2012-13 (Arizona)
+6.3
4.
2007-08 (Xavier)
+5.1
5.
2010-11 (Arizona)
+4.0
ARIZONA PUNISHED OPPONENTS IN THE PAINT IN 2013-14
Whether through dribble penetration or getting the ball to its bigs on the block, Arizona powered its way
to an average margin of +10.8 points in the paint in 2013-14. The Wildcats averaged 33.8 points per game in
the paint, translating to 46.4 percent of its total points on the season.
The frontcourt quartet of Aaron Gordon, Brandon Ashley, Kaleb Tarczewski and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
combined to shoot 51.8 percent (531-of-1,026) overall and 53.9 percent (502-of-932) from two-point
territory.
Arizona threw down 180 dunks in 38 games (4.7/game), with Tarczewski (53) and Gordon (59) combining
for 60.6 percent of that total.
Conversely, UA clamped down on opponents inside the arc, allowing them to shoot just 40.2 percent from
two-point range to rank second nationally. The Wildcats also led the nation with a 42.3 effective field goal
percentage defense in 2013-14.
WILDCATS THRIVED ON SECOND-CHANCE POINTS IN 2013-14
Arizona head coach Sean Miller and his staff always place high priority on crashing the offensive glass, and
in 2013-14, that emphasis translated into a significant advantage for the Wildcats.
UA turned its Pac-12-best average of 12.2 offensive rebounds into 11.8 points per game, outscoring its
opponents by an average of +3.8 points on second-shot opportunities. More than 16 percent of Arizona’s
total points in 2013-14 were second-chance points with each of UA’s top four frontcourt players averaging
at least 1.9 offensive rebounds per game.
WILDCATS LOOK TO ONCE AGAIN FEATURE BALANCED SCORING ATTACK
Noted as one of the nation’s most balanced scoring teams throughout last season, Arizona had a gap of just
9.6 points per game between its leading scorer and its No. 7 scorer in 2013-14. That number could shrink in
2014-15, as the Wildcats are noted to be deeper than any other UA team in Miller’s tenure
Nick Johnson led UA in scoring at 16.3 points per game in 2013-14, while Gabe York checked in seventh
at 6.7 per outing. Arizona had at least four players reach double figures in 24 games last season, including
eight games with five or more double-digit scorers.
MCCONNELL AMONG PAC-12 ASSIST LEADERS AFTER JUST ONE YEAR
In his first year on the court in the Pac-12, T.J. McConnell handed out 202 assists, good for sixth on Arizona’s
single-season chart.
His current total of 217 is fourth among active Pac-12 players despite the fact that McConnell has played
only 40 games at a Pac-12 institution.
McConnell boasted a 3.0 assist-to-turnover ratio in 2013-14, leading the Pac-12 and ranking second on UA’s
single-season list.
ACTIVE PAC-12 LEADERS IN ASSISTS (THROUGH NOV. 17)
1.
Chasson Randle (Stanford)
248
2.
Askia Booker (Colorado)
241
3.
Jonathan Gilling (Arizona State)
239
4.
T.J. McConnell (Arizona)
217
5.
Tyrone Wallace (Cal)
193
MCCONNELL SET TO REPRISE ROLE AS UA’S LEADER IN BALL DISTRIBUTION
AND SECURITY
Paced by T.J. McConnell’s league-leading 3.0 assist-to-turnover ratio, Arizona ranked 12th nationally in
2013-14 with a 1.48 ATR that also marked the best in the Sean Miller Era.
UA CAREER SCORING
UA’s 10.2 turnover average was the best in program history, eclipsing the mark of 10.5 set in 1985-86. Arizona averaged just 8.4
turnovers in its last seven games of 2013-14, and just 8.0 per game during the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
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McConnell returns for his senior season with the top assist rate of any returning player in the Pac-12, and the seventh-best mark
of any player returning in the six major basketball conferences (ACC, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Pac-12, SEC). Per kenpom.com, assist
rate is defined as the percentage of field goals assisted on while a player is on the floor.
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Sean Elliott (1986-89)........................................... 2,555
Bob Elliott (1974-77) ............................................ 2,131
Jason Gardner (2000-03) .................................... 1,984
Salim Stoudamire (2002-05).............................. 1,960
Khalid Reeves (1991-94) ..................................... 1,925
Damon Stoudamire (1992-95).......................... 1,849
Hassan Adams (2003-06) .................................... 1,818
Michael Dickerson (1995-98) ............................ 1,791
Channing Frye (2002-05) .................................... 1,789
Al Fleming (1973-76)............................................ 1,765
Chase Budinger (2007-09) ................................. 1,697
Miles Simon (1995-98)......................................... 1,664
Chris Mills (1991-93)............................................. 1,619
Anthony Cook (1986-89) .................................... 1,590
Sean Rooks (1989-92) .......................................... 1,497
Michael Wright (1999-01)................................... 1,491
Bill Warner (1969-71)............................................ 1,462
Jason Terry (1996-99) ........................................... 1,461
Steve Kerr (1984-88) ............................................. 1,445
Solomon Hill (2010-13) ....................................... 1,430
Joe Nehls (1978-80) .............................................. 1,409
Ernie McCray (1958-60) ....................................... 1,349
Kyle Fogg (2009-12) ............................................. 1,341
Nick Johnson (2012-14) ...................................... 1,333
Frank Smith (1980-83) ......................................... 1,329
Mustafa Shakur (2004-07) .................................. 1,318
Ivan Radenovic (2004-07) .................................. 1,300
Nic Wise (2007-10) ................................................ 1,285
Link Richmond (1944-49) ................................... 1,246
Derrick Williams (2010-11) ................................. 1,227
Ed Nymeyer (1956-58) ......................................... 1,225
Jordan Hill (2007-09)............................................ 1,208
Coniel Norman (1973-74) ................................... 1,194
Luke Walton (2000-03) ........................................ 1,179
Ray Owes (1992-95).............................................. 1,178
Craig McMillan (1985-88) ................................... 1,174
Roger Johnson (1949-52) ................................... 1,172
Herman Harris (1974-77) .................................... 1,158
Jud Buechler (1987-90) ....................................... 1,144
Phil Taylor (1975-78)............................................. 1,127
Gilbert Arenas (2000-01) .................................... 1,105
A.J. Bramlett (1996-99) ........................................ 1,098
Joseph Blair (1993-96) ......................................... 1,086
Mike Bibby (1997-98) ........................................... 1,061
Matt Othick (1989-92) ......................................... 1,055
Roger Johnson (1950-52) ................................... 1,046
Joe Skaisgir (1961-62).......................................... 1,036
Albert Johnson (1963-65) .................................. 1,034
Matt Muehlebach (1988-91) ............................. 1,006
Ed Stokes (1990-93) ..................................................984
Rick Anderson (1998-03) ........................................968
Mickey Foster (1967-70) .........................................966
Tom Lee (1968-71) ....................................................962
Tom Tolbert (1987-88) .............................................954
Jim Rappis (1973-76)................................................953
Richard Jefferson (1998-01)...................................944
Junior Crum (1945-49) ............................................940
Bob Mueller (1955-58).............................................931
Marcus Williams (2005-07) .....................................927
Warren Rustand (1962-65) .....................................896
Reggie Geary (1993-96) ..........................................894
Eric Money (1972-74) ...............................................891
Eddie Smith (1983-85) .............................................869
Ron Davis (1979-81) .................................................866
Bob Honea (1948-51) ...............................................857
Leon Blevins (1948-50) ............................................852
Eddie Myers (1968-71).............................................832
Jamelle Horne (2008-11) ........................................829
Brian Williams (1989-91) .........................................829
Bill Kemmeries (1950-53) .......................................814
Bruce Anderson (1969-72) .....................................806
Bill Davis (1966-68) ...................................................805
Jawann McClellan (2005-08) .................................794
Pete Williams (1983-85) ..........................................793
Loren Woods (2000-01) ...........................................789
TOP ASSIST RATES, RETURNING PLAYERS IN SIX MAJOR CONFERENCES
1.
Alex Caruso (Texas A&M)
36.7%
2.
Kenny Cherry (Baylor)
33.3%
3.
Kyan Anderson (TCU)
33.2%
4.
Juwan Staten (West Virginia)
32.4%
5.
Deandre Mathieu (Minnesota)
31.1%
6.
Devin Brooks (Creighton)
30.5%
7.
T.J. McConnell (Arizona)
30.3%
8.
Devin Wilson (Virginia Tech)
29.7%
9.
Delon Wright (Utah)
29.3%
10. Sterling Gibbs (Seton Hall)
29.3%
DEFENSIVE PRESSURE PRODUCES RESULTS FOR MCCONNELL
Having played two seasons at Duquesne, senior guard T.J. McConnell doesn’t show up on the list of the Pac-12’s active steal
leaders despite the fact that his 247-career thefts are more than double the league’s top active total (118).
McConnell piled up a team-high 64 steals in 2013-14, good enough to rank fourth in the Pac-12 with an average of 1.7 per game.
Had McConnell played his entire career at Arizona, he would have entered his senior season in second place on the program’s
career steals list, just five shy of breaking Jason Terry’s career program record of 245.
HOLLIS-JEFFERSON SHOWS A KNACK FOR GETTING TO THE LINE
A high-energy catalyst off the bench for most of the 2013-14 season, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson posted a team-best average of 6.4
minutes played per free throw attempt last season despite playing the fifth-most minutes on the team.
Hollis-Jefferson, whose 151 free throw attempts last season were the second-most of any Pac-12 freshman, ranks seventh among
returning Pac-12 players in minutes played per free throw attempt in 2013-14 (min. 100 attempts). He and Oregon’s Elgin Cook
are the only two players on the list who didn’t start the majority of their teams’ games last season.
Hollis-Jefferson shot 68.2 percent from the line as a freshman, coming on late in the year with a with a conversion rate of 84.4
percent during postseason play.
2013-14 MINUTES PLAYED PER FTA, RETURNING PAC-12 PLAYERS (MIN. 100 FTA)
1.
Josh Scott (Colorado)
5.1
2.
Elgin Cook (Oregon)
5.2
3.
Chasson Randle (Stanford)
5.7
4.
Joseph Young (Oregon)
6.0
5.
Davonte Lacy (Washington State)
6.2
Delon Wright (Utah)
6.2
7.
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (Arizona)
6.4
Stefan Nastic (Stanford)
6.4
ASHLEY’S IMPACT ON THE GLASS AN OVERLOOKED PART OF HIS GAME
Much of the analysis after Brandon Ashley’s foot injury last season focused on what Arizona would do on the offensive end of the
floor, overlooking the integral contributions the San Francisco native made in the rebounding department.
Both with and without Ashley, Arizona was one of the nation’s premier rebounding teams in 2013-14. However, with Ashley in the
lineup, UA posted a +9.5 rebounding margin; without his presence, the Wildcats’ edge on the glass dipped to +3.7. UA went from
yielding just 29.5 opponent rebounds per game with Ashley to 33.3 with him on the bench.
Ashley has a career average of 5.5 rebounds per game, including a clip of 1.7 per game on the offensive glass. Nearly a third of his
career rebounds (102-of-322) have come on the offensive boards.
TARCZEWSKI AN UNSUNG PRESENCE ON OFFENSIVE END
After leading Arizona in rebounding as a freshman and ranking second on the team in that category as a sophomore, Kaleb
Tarczewski developed a reputation as a glass cleaner and defensive presence.
The junior has also quietly established himself as a factor on the offensive end of the floor, as evidenced by the fact that UA is 24-5
(.828) during Tarczewski’s tenure when he scores in double figures.
Tarczewski has proven to be ultra-efficient in his 29-career double-figure scoring games, shooting 63.2 percent from the floor
(122-193) and averaging just 6.7 field goal attempts in those contests.
WILDCATS CONTINUE TO BUILD ON RANKINGS STREAK
The Wildcats have been ranked in 42-consecutive AP polls and 44-straight coaches polls. Since the start of the 2012-13 season,
Arizona has spent 35 weeks ranked in the top 10 of the AP poll.
UA took over the No. 1 ranking in the Dec. 9, 2013, AP poll, marking its first top ranking since 2003 and the first time a Pac-12 team
had garnered the top spot since 2006. The Wildcats held the top spot for a program-record eight-straight weeks.
Arizona was one of just 11 programs in the nation to appear in all 20 Associated Press polls in 2012-13, and one of just eight
programs nationally to do so in 2013-14. UA was the nation’s lone team to be ranked in the top 10 of every AP poll during the
2013-14 season.
Only seven schools - Arizona, Duke, Florida, Kansas, Louisville, Michigan State and Syracuse - have been ranked in every AP poll
over the last two-plus seasons.
ARIZONA IN THE PAC-12 (THRU NOV. 17)
Category
Overall
Scoring offense
5th (82.0)
Scoring defense
6th (61.5)
Scoring margin
6th (+20.5)
Free throw percentage
11th (.567)
Field goal percentage
3rd (.557)
Field goal percentage defense
9th (.404)
Three-point field goal percentage
8th (.353)
Three-point field goal percentage defense
7th (.290)
Rebounding offense
T10th (35.0)
Rebounding defense
T2nd (27.0)
Rebounding margin
9th (+8.0)
Blocked shots
T11th (3.5)
Assists
5th (17.0)
Steals
T1st (11.0)
Turnover margin
2nd (+3.0)
Assist-to-turnover ratio
6th (1.3)
Offensive rebounds
T10th (8.5)
Defensive rebounds
7th (26.5)
Defensive rebound percentage
2nd (.841)
Offensive rebound percentage
12th (.279)
Three-point field goals made
T5th (6.0)
Conf. Only
-
Scoring
Brandon Ashley
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Stanley Johnson
Overall
T12th (17.0)
20th (14.5)
T28th (12.5)
Conf. Only
-
Rebounding
Kaleb Tarczewski
Overall
T17th (7.0)
Conf. Only
-
Field Goal Percentage
Brandon Ashley
Kaleb Tarczewski
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Overall
1st (.813)
T4th (.750)
10th (.688)
Conf. Only
-
Overall
3rd (7.5)
Conf. Only
-
Free Throw Percentage
Overall
Conf. Only
Steals
T.J. McConnell
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Brandon Ashley
Kaleb Tarczewski
Overall
2nd (3.0)
T6th (2.0)
T6th (2.0)
T6th (2.0)
Conf. Only
-
Three-Point Field Goal Percentage
Parker Jackson-Cartwright
Overall
T9th (.600)
Conf. Only
-
Three-Point Field Goals Made
Parker Jackson-Cartwright
Gabe York
Elliott Pitts
Overall
T14th (1.5)
T14th (1.5)
T14th (1.5)
Conf. Only
-
Blocked Shots
Kaleb Tarczewski
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Overall
T11th (1.5)
T15th (1.0)
Conf. Only
-
Assists
T.J. McConnell
Assist-To-Turnover Ratio
T.J. McConnell
Overall
6th (3.8)
Conf. Only
-
Offensive Rebounds
Brandon Ashley
Overall
9th (3.5)
Conf. Only
-
Defensive Rebounds
Kaleb Tarczewski
Overall
T6th (6.0)
Conf. Only
-
Overall
Conf. Only
Minutes Played
WILDCATS NOT AFRAID TO HEAD AWAY FROM MCKALE
Since Sean Miller took over the reigns of the Arizona program in 2009-10, Arizona has compiled a 32-23
(.582) record in true road games, averaging 6.4 true road wins per season in his tenure.
UA’s 32 total road wins are the most in the league over that span, and its 25 Pac-12 road victories are also
the most in the league over the last five years.
OVERALL TRUE ROAD WINS BY PAC-12 TEAMS SINCE 2009-10 (THROUGH NOV. 18)
1.
Arizona
32
2.
California
27
3.
Oregon
25
4.
Washington
23
5.
UCLA
22
TRUE ROAD WINS IN PAC-12 PLAY SINCE 2009-10 (THROUGH NOV. 18)
1.
Arizona
25
2.
California
24
3.
Oregon
22
UCLA
22
5.
Washington
20
ARIZONA NO STRANGER TO SUCCESS AGAINST MAJOR CONFERENCES
UNDER MILLER
Arizona has played 23 non-conference games against teams from the other power conferences under
head coach Sean Miller, going 14-9 (.609) in those contests. The Wildcats’ best mark against another power
league is its 7-0 mark against the ACC, including its win over Duke in the final of the 2013 NIT Season TipOff.
UA UNDER MILLER VS. OTHER POWER CONFERENCES (THROUGH NOV. 18)*
vs. ACC
7-0
1.000
vs. Big 12
4-2
.667
vs. Big East
1-1
,500
vs. Big Ten
1-3
.250
vs. SEC
1-3
.250
Total
14-9
.609
* - conference affiliation at time of game
UA ATTRACTING TOP TALENT FROM STATE OF CALIFORNIA
Upon arrival in Tucson in 2009, Sean Miller and his staff made a priority out of establishing relationships in
the talent-rich state of California. A look at players from the state who are either currently on the UA roster
or have been in the last few years is evidence of their success in that endeavor.
The last four Mr. Basketball winners in California either wore or are currently wearing Arizona uniforms:
Ryan Anderson (2011), Aaron Gordon (2012, 2013) and Stanley Johnson (2014).
In addition three of the last four Gatorade California Player of the Year honorees either played or currently
play for UA in Anderson (2011), Grant Jerrett (2012) and Stanley Johnson (2014).
RECRUITING EFFORTS PAYING OFF IN A BIG WAY
In each of the last four years, Arizona head coach Sean Miller and his coaching staff have worked diligently
to land recruiting classes that ranked in the top 10 nationally. Having done so, UA is one of only two schools
in the nation to boast four-consecutive top-10 recruiting classes, along with Kentucky.
The Wildcats’ class was ranked seventh nationally in 2011, third in 2012, fifth in 2013 and seventh in 2014.
Since 2009, Arizona ranks second nationally with 19 ESPN Top 100 signees, and ranks fourth nationally in
that span with eight signees ranked in the ESPN Top 25.
CONTINUING A WINNING TRADITION
At Arizona, winning isn’t simply expected - it’s part of the program’s culture. Since the 1984-85 campaign,
the Wildcats have strung together a Pac-12-best 30-consecutive on-court winning seasons.
Over that same time span, UA is tied for fourth nationally in terms of 20-win seasons with 27 such
performances. The Wildcats have won an average of more than 25 games per season during that time.
20-WIN SEASONS, 1985-PRESENT (THROUGH NOV. 18)
1.
Syracuse
29
Kansas
29
3.
Duke
28
4.
Arizona
27
North Carolina
27
UA HAS LEAGUE’S MOST 25-WIN SEASONS SINCE MILLER’S ARRIVAL
Arizona’s win at Colorado on Feb. 22, 2013, was its 25th of the 2013-14 season, marking the third time in
head coach Sean Miller’s tenure that the Wildcats reached the 25-win mark.
In that same timeframe, the rest of the Pac-12 has combined to produce just five 25-win campaigns. Miller’s
2010-11 and 2013-14 Arizona squads are the lone Pac-12 teams to win 30 games since he arrived in Tucson
to start the 2009-10 season.
25-WIN SEASONS BY PAC-12 TEAMS, MILLER ERA (THROUGH NOV. 18)
1.
Arizona
3
2.
UCLA
2
3.
Oregon
1
Stanford
Washington
ARIZONA IN THE NCAA
(2013-14 FINAL)
1
1
NBA DRAFT NIGHT CONTINUES TO BE AN ARIZONA CELEBRATION
Category
Rank (Avg.)
Winning percentage............................................................4th (.868)
Scoring offense ................................................................108th (72.9)
Scoring defense ....................................................................6th (58.6)
Scoring margin ......................................................................5th (14.3)
Field goal percentage ...................................................... 47th (46.9)
Field goal percentage defense ........................................4th (38.0)
Three-point field goals per game ................................ 259th (5.4)
Three-point field goal percentage ............................. 82nd (36.4)
Three-point field goal percentage defense ............. 57th (32.0)
Free throw percentage ..................................................296th (65.9)
Rebound margin..................................................................... 9th (7.1)
Assists per game ................................................................ 37th (15.1)
Assist-to-turnover ratio ................................................... 12th (1.48)
Blocks per game....................................................................70th (4.6)
Steals per game.................................................................. 205th (5.9)
Turnovers per game ......................................................... 24th (10.2)
Turnover margin ...............................................................42nd (+2.2)
Personal fouls per game ................................................. 20th (16.6)
With both Aaron Gordon and Nick Johnson hearing their names called on Draft Night 2014, Arizona remains tied for the
national lead with 38 NBA Draft selections since 1988. UA also ranks sixth nationally with 17 first-round picks since 1988.
Points per game
Nick Johnson.....................................................................174th (16.3)
With 12 players on NBA opening-night rosters this season, Arizona is one of just seven college programs with 10+ alums
on NBA rosters.
Field goal percentage
Nick Johnson.....................................................................226th (43.2)
Five of those representatives played at Arizona during the Sean Miller Era, including lottery picks Derrick Williams and
Aaron Gordon.
Free throw percentage
Nick Johnson.....................................................................244th (78.1)
In the summer of 2013, ESPN ranked Arizona sixth among all college programs in terms of producing top NBA talent over
the last two-plus decades.
Rebounds per game
Aaron Gordon ........................................................................94th (8.0)
MOST PLAYERS ON 2014-15 NBA OPENING-NIGHT ROSTERS
1.
Kentucky
19
2.
Duke
18
3.
Kansas
17
4.
North Carolina
16
5.
UCLA
15
6.
Arizona
12
Florida
12
8.
Connecticut
9
9.
Texas
8
Washington
8
Assists per game
T.J. McConnell ........................................................................40th (5.3)
Assist-to-turnover ratio
T.J. McConnell ..................................................................... 13th (3.01)
Steals per game
T.J. McConnell ..................................................................... 86th (1.68)
Double-doubles
Aaron Gordon ........................................................................... 93rd (8)
Five UA players have been drafted since 2011, including four in the last two seasons. The Sean Miller Era has produced a
pair of lottery picks and a total of three first-round selections.
As has been reported by multiple media outlets, Arizona players passed the collective $1 billion in NBA earnings during
the 2013-14 season.
MOST NBA DRAFT PICKS SINCE 1988
1.
Arizona
38
Duke
38
Kentucky
38
4.
Kansas
35
5.
North Carolina
34
UCLA
34
UA AMONG LARGEST PRODUCERS OF NBA TALENT
ARIZONA CONTINUES TO LEAVE MARK ON USA BASKETBALL
Head coach Sean Miller and freshman forward Stanley Johnson became the latest Wildcats to leave an Arizona stamp
on USA Basketball in the summer of 2014, leading the U.S. to gold at the FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Colorado
Springs.
Johnson led Team USA with averages of 14.0 points and 2.2 steals per game on his way to tournament MVP honors. The
win marked Johnson’s third gold medal with USA Basketball, and Miller’s second (1991 World University Games).
The duo’s success added to an Arizona legacy with the national program that saw Andre Iguodala help the U.S. capture
gold medals at both the 2010 FIBA World Championship and the 2012 London Olympics. Iguodala’s record in a USA
uniform is a spotless 17-0.
Former UA standout Richard Jefferson claimed a bronze medal with Team USA at the 2004 Athens Olympics.
NCAA RPI (2013-14 FINAL)
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Previous
1
2
6
3
22
4
17
5
7
8
11
18
15
9
14
19
10
12
13
16
20
21
25
27
24
Team
Florida
Arizona
Wisconsin
Kansas
Connecticut
Wichita State
Kentucky
Villanova
Iowa State
Virginia
Michigan
Michigan State
San Diego State
Duke
UCLA
Louisville
Creighton
New Mexico
VCU
Syracuse
Gonzaga
Cincinnati
North Carolina
Saint Louis
Ohio State
Record
36-3
33-5
30-8
25-10
32-8
35-1
29-11
29-5
28-8
30-7
28-9
29-9
31-5
26-9
28-9
31-6
27-8
27-7
26-9
28-6
29-7
27-7
24-10
27-7
25-10
WILDCATS CONTINUE TO BE LEAGUE’S BIGGEST DRAW, EVEN AWAY FROM HOME
Aside from the fact that Arizona’s average home attendance is more than 4,000 fans higher than the next Pac-12 school,
the Wildcats continue to be the league’s biggest draw when they play on the road.
Average attendance at Pac-12 schools increased by an average of 30 percent in 2013-14 when Arizona came to town,
including an increase of more than 60 percent at one league opponent’s venue.
The Wildcats averaged 14,375 fans per home game in 2013-14, equating to a 99 percent capacity of McKale Center for the
season.
KERRS PLEDGE $1 MILLION FOR ATHLETICS
University of Arizona alums Steve and Margot Kerr have committed $1 million to the University of Arizona to assist with the
McKale Center renovation and future academic facility enhancements.
Currently in his first season as head coach of the Golden State Warriors, Kerr won five NBA championships in his 15-year
playing career and retired as the league’s career leader in three-point field goal percentage. A member of UA’s first Final
Four team in 1988, Kerr’s jersey is one of just four that has been retired by the Arizona men’s basketball program.
The Kerrs’ gift joins the $6 million lead gift from Cole and Jeannie Davis and a $1 million gift from George Kalil, as well as a
number of additional donations in support of McKale’s Phase I renovation.
As a result of their gift, the Kerrs join 42 percent of men’s basketball letterwinners and nearly 30 percent of all alumni
letterwinners who have given back to Arizona Athletics at one point in their life.
2014 SIGNING CLASS
Head coach Sean Miller and the Arizona men’s basketball staff
saw their continued efforts to build a successful future for A
Player’s Program come to fruition once again with the signing
one of the nation’s top-ranked recruiting classes.
CHANCE COMANCHE
Center // 6-10 // 205 // Beverly Hills, Calif. (Beverly Hills)
» Ranked as the No. 97 overall recruit and the No. 16 center
in his class by ESPN
» An all-state honoree by both MaxPreps and Cal-Hi Sports
as a junior in 2013-14
» Named 2014 Los Angeles City Section Division V Player of
the Year
Miller on Comanche: “Chance has a bright future. When
he gets bigger and stronger, the sky is the limit because he
already has a great feel and skill level. As somebody who can
make shots, score around the basket and run the court, we
love where he’s going to be down the road.”
JUSTIN SIMON
WILDCATS’ NEW-LOOK UNIFORMS PAY TRIBUTE TO PROGRAM’S STORIED PAST
Following a 2013-14 season that was one of the best in the program’s storied history, the 2014-15 Wildcats wear a new look
built from that great tradition, as the program and Nike collaborated on a new uniform concept for the upcoming season.
The Nike Elite Fit 2.0 jerseys, which feature the team’s existing cactus-based aerographic over the entire back, are
durable and breathable for sweat management while also maximizing range of motion with articulated armholes. Use of
innovative technology has led to a 66 percent weight reduction in the shorts, as well as the ability to dry 30 percent faster
than comparable shorts.
The side paneling and trim of the new uniforms pay tribute to the uniforms the Wildcats wore for roughly a decade
beginning in the mid-1990’s, a period that cemented Arizona’s place among the nation’s elite college basketball programs.
That period of time was one of the most prosperous in UA history, resulting in the 1997 national championship, a national
runner-up finish in 2001, four regular-season Pac-10 championships and a conference tournament title.
ARIZONA, UCONN AGREE TO HOME-AND-HOME SERIES
Arizona’s non-conference schedules under head coach Sean Miller have been some of the nation’s most challenging, and
that trend stands to continue after the Wildcats agreed to a home-and-home series with fellow college basketball power
Connecticut that starts in 2017.
UA will host the Huskies at McKale Center in December 2017 and will make the return trip to Connecticut in December
2018. Arizona and UConn have faced each other five times on the hardwood, last meeting in an Elite Eight matchup in
Anaheim in 2011.
Guard // 6-5 // 185 // Temecula, Calif. (Brewster Academy)
WILDCATS TO MEET MSU AT PEARL HARBOR IN 2016
» Ranked as the No. 27 overall recruit and No. 2 player from
California in his class by ESPN
The Arizona men’s basketball program will face Michigan State at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam on Nov. 11, 2016, as part
of the 2016 Armed Forces Classic.
» Named an honorable mention Junior All-American by
MaxPreps in 2014
» A first-team Division II all-state and all-state underclass
honoree by Cal-Hi Sports in 2014
Miller on Simon: “Justin is the ultimate versatile player in
that he can play, and defend, as many as three positions.
His disposition and length give him a chance to be a special
defensive player. He’s an exceptional passer who has a great
feel for making his teammates better, and he fits our style of
play in a number of different areas.”
RAY SMITH
Forward // 6-6 // 180 // Las Vegas, Nev. (Las Vegas)
» Rated as the No. 24 overall recruit and No. 5 small forward
in his class by ESPN
» A 2014 honorable mention MaxPreps Junior All-American
» Garnered first-team all-state honors and shared Northeast
League MVP honors as a junior
Miller on Smith: “Ray was hit with a setback when he tore
his ACL in July. If there’s a gift to that happening, it’s when it
happened. He has a great chance to be 100 percent by the
time school begins for him as a freshman at Arizona. Ray is
a terrific athlete who can really get up and down the floor.
He has the size you want as a small forward and he can really
pass, shoot and dribble.”
ALLONZO TRIER
Guard // 6-5 // 190 // Seattle, Wash. (Findlay Prep)
» Ranked as the No. 17 prospect and No. 3 shooting guard
in his class by ESPN
» Teamed with UA head coach Sean Miller and current
freshman Stanley Johnson to help lead the U.S. to a gold
medal at the 2014 FIBA Americas U18 Championship
» A MaxPreps Junior All-American and the Gatorade
Maryland Player of the Year as a junior in 2013-14
Miller on Trier: “I know Allonzo well, having been one of his
coaches last summer with USA Basketball. He has a natural
way of scoring that’s striking as a coach. He gets to the foul
line as well as anyone I’ve seen at his age, and he has a
physicality to his game that makes him incredibly efficient.
He’s a very good passer and can play more than one position.
He has a bright future ahead of him.”
Set for Veteran’s Day 2016, the matchup between Arizona and Michigan State will take place just under a month away
from the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The matchup between UA and MSU at Joint Base Pearl HarborHickam will be the seventh between the schools, and second-straight in Hawaii after last meeting in the 2005 EA Sports
Maui Invitational.
WILDCATS NAB SECOND SI COVER IN EIGHT MONTHS
Arizona junior Brandon Ashley was featured on one of five regional covers for Sports Illustrated’s annual college basketball
preview (Nov. 10), marking the second time since March that a UA player garnered a spot on the publication’s cover.
Former UA guard Nick Johnson was featured on a regional cover for SI’s NCAA Tournament preview in March 2014.
Arizona Athletics and/or its alumni have been featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated a total of 17 times, including nine
covers featuring the men’s basketball program.
UA MISCELLANEOUS STATS
THE LAST TIME ...
TIMES LED ARIZONA IN SCORING (incl. ties)
ARIZONA PLAYERS:
Player
Brandon Ashley
T.J. McConnell
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Kaleb Tarczewski
Gabe York
Stanley Johnson
14-15
1
0
0
0
0
1
Career
9
3
2
2
2
1
40 or more points .................................................................................................. 40, Damon Stoudamire at Washington State (3/2/95)
30 or more points ...............................................................................................................................32, Derrick Williams vs. Duke (3/24/11)
5+ double-figure scorers .....Gordon (18)/Hollis-Jefferson (18)/Johnson (17)/McConnell (12)/York (11) vs. Gonzaga (3/23/14)
Two or more 20+ scorers .......................................................................Aaron Gordon (23)/Nick Johnson (20) at Colorado (2/22/14)
20 or more rebounds ..................................................................................................................................22, Jordan Hill vs. UAB (11/18/08)
15-19 rebounds .............................................................................................................................18, Aaron Gordon vs. Wisconsin (3/29/14)
TIMES LED ARIZONA IN REBOUNDS (incl. ties)
Player
Kaleb Tarczewski
Brandon Ashley
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Gabe York
14-15
1
0
1
0
Seven or more offensive rebounds .....................................................................................................7, Aaron Gordon vs. Utah (1/26/14)
Career
24
14
7
1
TIMES LED ARIZONA IN ASSISTS (incl. ties)
Player
T.J. McConnell
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Gabe York
14-15
2
0
0
14-15
1
0
0
0
1
14-15
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
10 or more assists ............................................................................................................................10, T.J. McConnell at Colorado (2/22/14)
Five or more steals ........................................................................................................................................5, Nick Johnson at USC (1/12/14)
Double-double..............................................................................................Kaleb Tarczewski, 10p/10r vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Two+ double-doubles .......................................Kaleb Tarczewski (13p/13r)/Aaron Gordon (13p/10r) at Arizona State (2/14/14)
ARIZONA TEAM:
100 or more points ............................................................................................................................. 100 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
Career
23
9
6
4
1
30-point+ win .................................................................................................................................................................. 71-39 vs. Utah (3/13/14)
65 percent shooting .............................................................................................................................................. .653 at Washington (1/4/07)
60 percent shooting ................................................................................................................................................. .603 at Colorado (2/22/14)
50 percent shooting .................................................................................................................................................... .538 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Beat a ranked opponent ....................................................................................................70-64 vs. No. 13/11 San Diego State (3/27/14)
TIMES LED ARIZONA IN BLOCKS (incl. ties)
Player
Kaleb Tarczewski
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Brandon Ashley
T.J. McConnell
Gabe York
Matt Korcheck
Stanley Johnson
Made 10+ free throws.......................................................................................................10, Nick Johnson vs. San Diego State (3/27/14)
Five or more blocked shots..................................................................5, Aaron Gordon/Kaleb Tarczewski vs. Weber State (3/21/14)
Career
33
2
1
TIMES LED ARIZONA IN STEALS (incl. ties)
Player
T.J. McConnell
Brandon Ashley
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Gabe York
Kaleb Tarczewski
Two 10+ rebounders ................................................................Kaleb Tarczewski (13)/Aaron Gordon (10) at Arizona State (2/14/14)
Lost to a ranked opponent ...........................................................................................................63-64 vs. No. 12/15 Wisconsin (3/29/14)
Career
24
20
14
5
3
2
1
Won overtime game....................................................................................................................................................... 67-63 at Utah (2/19/14)
Lost overtime game ............................................................................................................................................63-64 vs. Wisconsin (3/29/14)
Won double overtime game .......................................................................................................................................... 86-84 vs. USC (3/6/10)
Lost double overtime game ........................................................................................................................66-69 at Arizona State (2/14/14)
Won triple overtime game ................................................................................................................................107-105 at California (2/5/11)
Lost triple overtime game ................................................................................................................................ 73-77 vs. Colorado (12/20/65)
DOUBLE-FIGURE SCORING GAMES
Player
T.J. McConnell
Brandon Ashley
Kaleb Tarczewski
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Gabe York
Stanley Johnson
Elliott Pitts
14-15
0
2
1
2
0
1
1
Overcome 10+-point deficit .......................................................................................................................... 19 points vs. Drexel (11/27/13)
Career
52^
29
29
20
11
1
1
^ - 36 at Duquesne
Ranked in AP top 10 ........................................................................................................................................................................ 2nd (11/17/14)
Ranked in AP 11-25............................................................................................................................................................................ 21st (3/18/13)
OPPOSING PLAYERS:
40 or more points ...................................................................................................................................49, Jimmer Fredette, BYU (12/28/09)
30 or more points ..................................................................................................................................31, Allen Crabbe, California (2/10/13)
DOUBLE-FIGURE REBOUNDING GAMES
Player
Kaleb Tarczewski
Brandon Ashley
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
T.J. McConnell
Gabe York
Ranked AP No. 1.................................................................................................................................................................................... Jan. 27, 2014
14-15
1
0
0
0
0
Two 20+ scorers ................................................................................................... Kerron Johnson (22)/Ian Clark (21), Belmont (3/21/13)
Career
9
5
2
2^
1
^ - 2 at Duquesne
20 or more rebounds ........................................................................................................................ 21, Curtis Borchardt, Stanford (2/2/02)
15-19 rebounds .............................................................................................................................16, Joel Bolomboy, Weber State (3/21/14)
Two 10+ rebounders ..............................................................................Eric Moreland (12)/Devon Collier (11), Oregon State (3/5/14)
Made 10+ free throws................................................................................................................................10, Josh Scott, Colorado (2/22/14)
10 or more assists ................................................................................................................................. 11, Randy Davis, Ball State (11/13/11)
Five or more steals .......................................................................................................................................5, Kyle Anderson, UCLA (3/15/13)
DOUBLE-FIGURE ASSIST GAMES
Player
T.J. McConnell
14-15
0
Five or more blocked shots..................................................................................................8, Jordan Bachynski, Arizona State (2/14/14)
Career
4^
Double-double......................................................................................................................Frank Kaminsky, 28p/11r, Wisconsin (3/29/14)
^ - 2 at Duquesne
OPPOSING TEAM:
DOUBLE-DOUBLES
Player
Brandon Ashley
Kaleb Tarczewski
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
T.J. McConnell
14-15
0
1
0
0
Career
4
3
2
2^
14-15
0
Career
1^
^ - 2 at Duquesne
TRIPLE-DOUBLES
Player
T.J. McConnell
^ - 1 at Duquesne
100 or more points .............................................................................................................................................. 105, California (3OT) (2/5/11)
30-point win ..........................................................................................................................................................64-103 vs. Louisville (3/27/09)
60 percent shooting ............................................................................................................................................................... .611, USC (2/27/13)
50 percent shooting .................................................................................................................................................. .500, Michigan (12/14/13)
UA MISCELLANEOUS STATS
CAREER RECORDS WATCH
20-POINT GAMES
POINTS SCORED
73. Jawann McClellan (2005-08) .................................794
74. Pete Williams (1983-85) ..........................................793
75. Loren Woods (2000-01) ...........................................789
NR. Kaleb Tarczewski (2013-present) ................... 601
NR. Brandon Ashley (2013-present) ..................... 548
Player
T.J. McConnell
Brandon Ashley
Gabe York
14-15
0
1
0
Career
3^
2
1
^ - 3 at Duquesne
30-POINT GAMES
Player
14-15
Career
Taken
2
Won
2
14-15
2
0
0
1
0
0
Career
29
24
12
9
1
1
14-15
3
5
2
0
0
10
1
Career
81
33
17
5
2
-
14-15
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
Career
7
4
3
3
1
Attempted
1
1
1
1
1
5
2
Successful
0
1
1
1
1
4
1
ASSISTS
8.
Jason Terry (1996-99) ...............................................493
9.
Matt Muehlebach (1988-91) .................................458
10. Miles Simon (1995-98).............................................455
NR. T.J. McConnell (2014-present) ........................ 217
OPENING TIPS
Player
Kaleb Tarczewski
ARIZONA’S FIRST SUB
Player
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Gabe York
Brandon Ashley
Elliott Pitts
Matt Korcheck
Kaleb Tarczewski
DUNKS
Player
Kaleb Tarczewski
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Brandon Ashley
Gabe York
Matt Korcheck
Total
Opponents
CHARGES TAKEN
Player
T.J. McConnell
Elliott Pitts
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Gabe York
Kaleb Tarczewski
Total
Opponents
THREE-POINT PLAYS
Player
Brandon Ashley
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Stanley Johnson
Elliott Pitts
Craig Victor
Total
Opponents
ARIZONA WINS VS. LOSSES
Category
Wins
Points per game
82.0
Losses
-
Opponent points per game
61.5
-
Field goal percentage
.557
-
Opponent field goal percentage
.404
-
3FG percentage
.353
-
Opponent 3FG percentage
.290
-
Free throw percentage
.567
-
Rebounds per game
35.0
-
Rebound margin
+8.0
-
Assists per game
17.0
-
Turnovers per game
13.0
-
Turnover margin
+3.0
-
Steals per game
11.0
-
Blocks per game
3.5
-
BLOCKS
8.
Joseph Blair (1993-96) .............................................101
9.
Hassan Adams (2003-06) .......................................... 85
10. Frank Smith (1980-93) ............................................... 84
NR. Kaleb Tarczewski (2013-present) ..................... 62
NR. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (2014-present)......... 42
GAMES STARTED
9.
Craig McMillan (1985-88) .......................................109
10. Frank Smith (1980-83) .............................................103
NR. Kaleb Tarczewski (2013-present) ..................... 72
MCKALE YEAR-BY-YEAR
Year
Games
1972-73
5
1973-74
15
1974-75
14
1975-76
16
1976-77
16
1977-78
15
1978-79
15
1979-80
16
1980-81
17
1981-82
14
1982-83
14
1983-84
14
1984-85
15
1985-86
16
1986-87
15
1987-88
19
1988-89
14
1989-90
14
1990-91
17
1991-92
16
1992-93
15
1993-94
15
1994-95
14
1995-96
16
1996-97
14
1997-98
15
1998-99
14
1999-00
17
2000-01
15
2001-02
13
2002-03
15
2003-04
15
2004-05
16
2005-06
14
2006-07
16
2007-08+
17
2008-09
17
2009-10
16
2010-11
17
2011-12
18
2012-13
16
2013-14
18
2014-15
2
Totals
642
Record
Total
4-1
64,975
14-1
184,275
13-1
159,096
16-0
179,523
16-0
199,130
12-3
172,428
13-2
174,831
10-6
181,428
10-7
160,651
6-8
115,272
4-10
87,136
7-7
102,163
12-3
163,980
16-0
179,008
10-5
190,800
19-0
252,649
14-0
190,675
14-0
190,949
17-0
235,051
15-1
222,347
14-1
208,185
14-1
209,592
11-3
199,589
13-3
228,064
13-1
199,899
15-0
217,953
14-0
200,885
16-1
246,237
13-2
217,996
9-4
189,072
14-1
218,427
13-2
218,418
15-1
232,926
12-2
204,213
11-5
227,239
0-6
241,703
14-3
232,576
11-5
221,047
17-0
232,561
14-4
244,829
14-2
226,505
18-0
258,749
2-0
29,310
+529-102 8,312,342
(.838)
Avg.
12,995
12,285
11,364
11,220
12,446
11,495
11,655
11,339
9,450
8,234
6,224
7,297
10,932
11,188
12,720
#13,297
#13,620
#13,639
#13,826
#13,884
#13,879
#13,973
#14,257
#14,254
#14,279
#14,530
#14,349
#14,485
#14,533
#14,544
#14,562
#14,561
#14,558
#14,587
14,202
14,218
13,681
13,815
13,680
13,602
14,157
14,375
14,655
12,948
# Full Capacity
+11 victories were vacated due to NCAA infractions. Actual
on-court record was 11-6. Facility win/loss record and
winning percentage reflects those vacated victories.
MCKALE CENTER
43RD SEASON » 529-102 (.838) OVERALL*
UA HOME RECORD UNDER
SEAN MILLER
Season
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
Total
Overall
11-5
17-0
14-4
14-2
18-0
2-0
76-11
(.874)
Pac-12
6-3
9-0
7-2
7-2
9-0
0-0
38-7
(.844)
Arizona has led the Pac-12 in attendance every year since
1984-85, a streak of 30-consecutive seasons.
Arizona is the only school in the nation to have two homecourt winning streaks rank among the top 10 in NCAA
Division I history. UA’s 81-game win streak in Bear Down
Gym from 1945-51 ranks fifth, while the 71-game win streak
in McKale Center from 1987-92 ranks 10th.
LONGEST NCAA HOMECOURT WIN STREAKS
Wins
School
Years
129
Kentucky ...................................................1943-55
99
St. Bonaventure ......................................1948-61
98
UCLA...........................................................1970-76
86
Cincinnati .................................................1957-64
81
Arizona...............................................1945-51
81
Marquette.................................................1967-73
80
Lamar .........................................................1978-84
75
Long Beach State ...................................1968-74
72
UNLV ...........................................................1974-78
71
Arizona...............................................1987-92
ARIZONA TOPS PAC-12 IN HOME-COURT WINNING
PERCENTAGE SINCE 2011
Since the start of the 2010-11 season, Arizona has compiled a 65-6 record at McKale Center for a .915 winning percentage
that ranks 11th nationally and first in the Pac-12. That timeframe includes a pair of undefeated home seasons, a 17-0 mark in
2010-11 and an 18-0 showing in 2013-14.
PAC-12 HOME-COURT WINNING PERCENTAGE SINCE 2011 (THROUGH NOV. 17)
School
Record
Win Pct.
1. Arizona
65-6
.915
2. Colorado
62-9
.873
3. UCLA
63-11
.851
4. Oregon
67-16
.807
5. Washington
58-15
.795
6. California
57-16
.781
7. Stanford
54-17
.761
8. Arizona State
49-22
.690
9. Washington State
44-23
.657
10. Utah
45-24
.652
11. Oregon State
45-26
.634
12. USC
35-32
.522
THE MILLER FILE
SEAN MILLER
Date of Birth: Nov. 17, 1968
Hometown: Beaver Falls, Pa.
Education: Pittsburgh ’92 (B.A.)
HEAD COACH » 6TH SEASON (PITTSBURGH ‘92)
Hired at Arizona: April 7, 2009
Career Record: 251-95 (.725)
Record at Arizona: 131-48 (.732)
Pac-12 Record: 63-27 (.700)
MILLER NEEDS SIX WINS TO MOVE INTO FOURTH ON UA’S CAREER LIST
Playing Experience: Pittsburgh, 1987-91
Coaching Experience
Wisconsin, assistant coach – 1992-93
Miami (Ohio), assistant coach – 1993-95
Pittsburgh, assistant coach – 1995-96
N.C. State, associate head coach – 1996-2001
Xavier, associate head coach – 2001-04
Xavier, head coach – 2004-09
Arizona, head coach – 2009-present
Coaching Honors
USBWA District IX Coach of the Year - 2014
NABC District 20 Coach of the Year – 2011, 2014
NABC District 10 Coach of the Year – 2008
Pac-12 Coach of the Year - 2014
Pac-10 Coach of the Year – 2011
Atlantic-10 Coach of the Year – 2008
MILLER’S CAREER RECORD
Year
W
L
Pct.
Postseason
Xavier
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
Total
17
21
25
30
27
120
12
11
9
7
8
47
.586
.656
.735
.811
.771
.719
NCAA 1st Rd.
NCAA 2nd Rd.
NCAA Elite Eight
NCAA Sweet 16
Four apps.
Arizona
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
Total
16
30
23
27
33
2
131
15
8
12
8
5
0
48
.516
.789
.657
.771
.868
1.000
.732
NCAA Elite Eight
NIT 1st Rd.
NCAA Sweet 16
NCAA Elite Eight
Four apps.
Head Coach Total
Total
251
95
.725
Eight apps.
Arizona head coach Sean Miller hasn’t wasted time making a dent in the program’s career list for coaching wins, claiming
131 victories in five-plus seasons in Tucson. His average of 25.8 wins per season is the best mark in program history among
coaches with at least four seasons at UA.
Miller is currently six wins shy of surpassing Bruce Larson (1961-72) for fourth place on UA’s career coaching wins chart.
MILLER ADDS SECOND GOLD MEDAL TO HIS INTERNATIONAL BASKETBALL RESUME
Head coach Sean Miller ventured back into the international basketball arena in the summer of 2014 as an assistant coach
with the U.S. U18 National Team, helping the team capture a gold medal at the FIBA Americas Championship in Colorado
Springs.
The gold medal was Miller’s second as a member of the USA Basketball program, as he won one as a player at the 1991 World
University Games in England.
A rising figure in the national team program, Miller served as a court coach for Team USA at the 2011 U.S. World University
Games Team trials.
MILLER ELECTED TO NABC BOARDS OF DIRECTORS
Long considered one of the bright young coaches in the game, UA head coach Sean Miller was elected to the National
Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) board of directors in June.
The NABC has nearly 5,000 members consisting primarily of university and college men’s basketball coaches. All members
of the NABC are expected to uphold the core values of being a Guardian of the Game by bringing attention to the positive
aspects of the sport of basketball and the role coaches play in the academic and athletic lives of today’s student-athletes. The
four core values of being a Guardian of the Game are advocacy, leadership, service and education.
MILLER AMONG NATION’S ELITE AT ADVANCING IN NCAA TOURNAMENT
Head coach Sean Miller directed Arizona to its 16th Sweet 16 appearance in 2014, marking the program’s second in a row
and third in four years.
Since 2008, Miller is one of five coaches nationally to lead a team to five or more Sweet 16 berths.
SWEET 16 APPEARANCES SINCE 2008
1.
Tom Izzo (Michigan State)
2.
John Calipari (Memphis/Kentucky)
Mike Krzyzewski (Duke)
Sean Miller (Xaver/Arizona)
Bill Self (Kansas)
6
5
5
5
5
MILLER VS. ALL OPPONENTS
Alabama
American
Arizona State
Auburn
Ball State
Belmont
Bethune-Cookman
Brigham Young
Bryant
Bucknell
Butler
California
Cal Poly
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
Charleston Southern
Charlotte
Cincinnati
Clemson
Coastal Carolina
Colorado
Connecticut
Coppin State
Creighton
Dayton
Delaware State
Detroit
Drexel
Duke
Duquesne
East Tennessee State
Eastern Illinois
Eastern Kentucky
Fairleigh Dickinson
Florida
Florida A&M
Fordham
George Washington
Georgia
Gonzaga
Harvard
Idaho State
Illinois
Indiana
IPFW
Iowa State
Kansas
Kansas State
Kent State
LaSalle
Lehigh
Lipscomb
Long Beach State
Louisiana State
Louisiana Tech
Marshall
Massachusetts
Memphis
Miami (Fla.)
Miami (Ohio)
Michigan
Mississippi State
Missouri
Mount St. Mary’s
New Mexico State
North Carolina State
Northern Arizona
Northern Colorado
Oakland
Ohio
Ohio State
Oklahoma
Oral Roberts
Oregon
Oregon State
0-1
1-0
8-4
2-0
1-0
2-0
1-0
1-2
1-0
0-2
0-1
5-3
1-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
5-1
3-2
2-0
1-0
7-3
0-1
2-0
1-3
9-3
1-0
1-0
1-0
2-1
5-2
1-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
1-1
1-0
6-1
6-1
1-0
1-2
1-0
1-0
1-1
1-0
2-0
1-0
0-1
2-0
1-0
5-2
1-0
1-0
2-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
4-2
2-0
2-0
3-2
1-0
0-2
1-0
1-0
3-0
2-0
5-0
1-0
3-0
1-0
0-2
1-1
1-0
5-3
7-3
MILLER’S NBA DRAFT PICKS
Pittsburgh
Portland State
Purdue
Rhode Island
Rice
Richmond
Robert Morris
St. Bonaventure
St. John’s
Saint Joseph’s
Saint Louis
San Diego State
Santa Clara
Southeast Missouri State
Southern
Southern Mississippi
Stanford
Temple
Tennessee
Texas
Texas-El Paso
Texas Tech
Troy
Toledo
UCLA
UNLV
USC
Utah
Valparaiso
Villanova
Virginia
Virginia Commonwealth
Virginia Tech
Washington
Washington State
Weber State
West Virginia
Western Carolina
Wisconsin
0-1
1-0
2-0
6-1
2-0
5-1
2-0
5-0
1-0
5-6
4-3
3-2
1-0
1-0
2-0
1-0
8-0
2-4
0-2
1-0
1-0
2-0
1-0
1-0
6-8
1-1
7-3
7-0
1-0
1-0
2-0
1-0
1-0
5-5
7-2
1-0
1-0
1-0
1-2
2009
Derrick Brown, 40th overall to Charlotte
2011
Derrick Williams, 2nd overall to Minnesota
2013
Solomon Hill, 23rd overall to Indiana
Grant Jerrett, 40th overall to Oklahoma City (via Portland)
2014
Aaron Gordon, 4th overall to Orlando
Nick Johnson, 42nd overall to Houston
MILLER’S ALL-AMERICANS
2011
Derrick Williams, 1st (Wooden)/2nd (AP, USBWA, NABC,
Sporting News)
2014
Nick Johnson, 1st (Sporting News, NABC, USBWA,
Wooden)/2nd (AP)
Aaron Gordon, 3rd (Sporting News)
MILLER ON UA COACHING
WINS LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Lute Olson (1983-2007) ..........................................589
Fred Enke (1925-61) .................................................509
Fred Snowden (1972-82) ........................................167
Bruce Larson (1961-72) ...........................................136
Sean Miller (2009-present) ............................. 131
UA COACHES, AVERAGE
WINS PER SEASON
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Sean Miller (2009-present) ............................ 25.8
Lute Olson (1983-2007) .........................................24.5
Fred Snowden (1972-82) .......................................16.7
Fred Enke (1925-61) ................................................14.1
Bruce Larson (1961-72) ..........................................12.4
(Minimum four seasons at Arizona)
#12 RYAN ANDERSON
SENIOR » FORWARD » 6-9 » 230
LAKEWOOD, CALIF. (BOSTON COLLEGE)
As a Senior (2014-15)
Will sit out the 2014-15 season in accordance with NCAA transfer rules and will have one season of eligibility left in 2015-16.
ANDERSON’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points..................................................29 vs. Florida International (11/11/12)^
Total Rebounds ...................................... 19 vs. New Hampshire (12/16/12)^
Offensive Rebs...........................8, 2x, last vs. New Hampshire (12/16/12)^
Defensive Rebs. ..............................12, 2x, last vs. Philadelphia (12/15/13)^
Field Goals ..............................................11, 2x, last at Virginia Tech (1/9/13)^
Field Goal Att. ...................................................... 17 at Virginia Tech (1/9/13)^
3-Point Field Goals................................................ 3 at Providence (12/8/11)^
3-Point Field Goal Att. .....................................7 at North Carolina (1/7/12)^
Free Throws............................................................ 14 at Wake Forest (3/1/14)^
Free Throw Att. ..................................................... 16 at Wake Forest (3/1/14)^
Assists.............................................................. 4, 5x, last at Syrcause (2/19/14)^
Blocks ..................................................................... 5 vs. Virginia Tech (1/29/14)^
Steals .......................................................................4 at Georgia Tech (2/13/14)^
Minutes................................................................. 44 vs. Rhode Island (1/2/12)^
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s
Cal St. Northridge
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
ANDERSON’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points...............................................................................................................................
Total Rebounds ...........................................................................................................
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. ...........................................................................................................
Field Goals .....................................................................................................................
Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws...................................................................................................................
Free Throw Att. ............................................................................................................
Assists..............................................................................................................................
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes...........................................................................................................................
FG-A
DNP
DNP
Pct.
3FG-A
Pct.
FT-A
Pct.
RB PF
A
TO B
S PTS
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2011-12^
2012-13^
2013-14^
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
31-28
32-32
32-32
95-92
Min/Avg
926/29.9
1012/31.6
1004/31.4
2942/31.0
FG-FGA
125-289
182-382
149-305
456-976
Pct
.433
.476
.489
.467
3-Point
FG-FGA
23-84
3-14
4-15
30-113
Pct FT-FTA
.274 74-110
.214 110-177
.267 156-211
.265 340-498
Pct
.673
.621
.739
.683
Rebs
O
D
49 180
85 170
76 156
210 506
Tot
229
255
232
716
AVG
7.4
8.0
7.3
7.5
AST TO BLK
30
48 17
50
62 16
45
61 20
125 171 53
STL
14
21
25
60
PF-D
47-0
53-1
65-0
165-1
PTS/AVG
347/11.2
477/14.9
458/14.3
1282/13.5
Pct
-
3-Point
FG-FGA
-
Pct
-
Pct
-
Rebs
O
D
-
Tot
-
AVG
-
AST
-
STL
-
PF-D
-
PTS/AVG
-
^ - at Boston College
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
-
Min/Avg
-
FG-FGA
-
FT-FTA
-
TO
-
BLK
-
#31 MATT KORCHECK
SENIOR » FORWARD » 6-10 » 235
TUCSON, ARIZ. (COCHISE COLLEGE)
As a Senior (2014-15)
Played three minutes in the win over CSUN.
KORCHECK’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points..........................................................3 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
Total Rebounds .................................................................... 4 vs. Utah (3/13/14)
Offensive Rebs........................................................ 2 vs. Oregon State (2/9/14)
Defensive Rebs. .................................................................... 4 vs. Utah (3/13/14)
Field Goals .......................................................1, 8x, last vs. Gonzaga (3/23/14)
Field Goal Att. .........................3, 2x, last vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws........................................................2, 3x, last vs. Stanford (3/2/14)
Free Throw Att. ....................................................... 4 vs. Oregon State (2/9/14)
Assists...........................................1, 2x, last vs. New Mexico State (12/11/13)
Blocks .............................................................. 1, 5x, last vs. California (2/26/14)
Steals ......................................................... 1, 2x, last at Arizona State (2/14/14)
Minutes...........................................................................12 at Colorado (2/22/14)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s
Cal St. Northridge
3
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
KORCHECK’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points...............................................................................................................................
Total Rebounds ...........................................................................................................
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. ...........................................................................................................
Field Goals .....................................................................................................................
Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws...................................................................................................................
Free Throw Att. ............................................................................................................
Assists..............................................................................................................................
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes................................................................................ 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
FG-A
DNP
0-0
Pct.
3FG-A
Pct.
FT-A
Pct.
.000
0-0
.000
0-0
.000
RB PF
0
0
A
0
TO B
0
0
S PTS
0
0
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
22-0
1-0
23-0
Min/Avg
102/4.6
3/3.0
105/4.6
FG-FGA
8-12
0-0
8-12
Pct
.667
.000
.667
3-Point
FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
0-0
Pct
.000
.000
.000
FT-FTA
8-12
0-0
8-12
Pct
.667
.000
.667
Rebs
O
D
10 20
0
0
10 20
Tot
30
0
30
AVG
1.4
0.0
1.3
AST
2
0
2
TO
6
0
6
BLK
5
0
5
STL
2
0
2
PF-D
17-0
0-0
17-0
PTS/AVG
24/1.1
0/0.0
24/1.0
Pct
1.000
1.000
3-Point
FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
Pct
.000
.000
FT-FTA
4-6
4-6
Pct
.667
.667
Rebs
O
D
5
6
5
6
Tot
11
11
AVG
1.0
1.0
AST
0
0
TO
2
2
BLK
3
3
STL
2
2
PF-D
8-0
8-0
PTS/AVG
12/1.1
12/1.1
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2012-13
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
11-0
11-0
Min/Avg
41/3.7
41/3.7
FG-FGA
4-4
4-4
#4 T.J. MCCONNELL
SENIOR » GUARD » 6-1 » 195
PITTSBURGH, PA. (DUQUESNE)
As a Senior (2014-15)
Cousy Award watch list ... Tallied seven points, eight assists and two steals in the win over CSUN ... Scored six points to go along with game highs
of seven assists and four steals in the season-opening win over Mount St. Mary’s.
MCCONNELL’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points.........................................................................28 vs. St. Joseph’s (1/4/12)^
Total Rebounds ..........................................11 at Bowling Green (11/22/10)^
Offensive Rebs........................................ 3, 3x, last vs. Oregon State (2/9/14)
Defensive Rebs. .......................9, 2x, last vs. Dist. of Columbia (11/18/11)^
Field Goals ...............................................................10 vs. St. Joseph’s (1/4/12)^
Field Goal Att. ........................................................16 vs. St. Joseph’s (1/4/12)^
3-Point Field Goals................................................. 5, 2x, last at USC (1/12/14)
3-Point Field Goal Att. .................................. 8 at Massachusetts (2/16/11)^
Free Throws......................................................... 6, 2x, last vs. Duke (11/29/13)
Free Throw Att. .................................................. 6, 5x, last vs. Duke (11/29/13)
Assists................................................. 11 vs. District of Columbia (11/18/11)^
Blocks ...................................................2, 2x, last vs. Robert Morris (12/6/11)^
Steals .............................................................................6 vs. Charlotte (1/22/11)^
Minutes.................................................................. 47 at Arizona State (2/14/14)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s*
28
Cal St. Northridge* 23
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
MCCONNELL’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points.................................................................................... 7 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Total Rebounds ................................................ 5, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Offensive Rebs.................................................................. 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Defensive Rebs. .......................................... 5 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Field Goals .................................................... 3 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Field Goal Att. ...........................................10 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
3-Point Field Goals.......................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goal Att. ................................................... 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throws........................................................................ 2 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throw Att. ................................................................. 2 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Assists................................................................................... 8 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals .............................................................. 4 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Minutes........................................................28 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
FG-A
3-10
2-7
Pct.
.300
.286
3FG-A
0-2
1-3
Pct.
.000
.333
FT-A
0-0
2-2
Pct.
.000
1.000
RB PF
5 1
5 4
A
7
8
TO B
1 0
3 0
S PTS
4 6
2 7
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2010-11^
2011-12^
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
32-30
31-31
38-38
2-2
103-101
Min/Avg
979/30.6
1062/34.3
1225/32.2
51/25.5
3317/32.2
FG-FGA
132-265
135-265
127-280
5-17
399-827
Pct
.498
.509
.454
.294
.482
3-Point
FG-FGA
39-97
38-88
36-100
1-5
114-290
Pct FT-FTA
.402 41-60
.432 46-55
.360 31-50
.200
2-2
.393 120-167
Pct
.683
.836
.620
1.000
.719
Rebs
O
D
23 98
27 108
19 117
1
9
70 332
Tot
121
135
136
10
402
AVG
3.8
4.4
3.6
5.0
3.9
AST TO BLK
140 56
5
171 80
8
202 67
8
15
4
0
528 207 21
STL
91
86
64
6
247
PF-D
56-1
51-0
83-0
5-0
195-1
PTS/AVG
344/10.8
354/11.4
321/8.4
13/6.5
1032/10.0
Pct
.455
.455
3-Point
FG-FGA
18-56
18-56
Pct
.321
.321
Pct
.700
.700
Rebs
O
D
10 55
10 55
Tot
65
65
AVG
3.6
3.6
AST
88
88
STL
35
35
PF-D
45-0
45-0
PTS/AVG
174/9.7
174/9.7
^ - at Duquesne
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2012-13
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
18-18
18-18
Min/Avg
601/33.4
601/33.4
FG-FGA
71-156
71-156
FT-FTA
14-20
14-20
TO
32
32
BLK
5
5
#55 DREW MELLON
SENIOR » FORWARD » 6-6 » 205
SANTA ANA, CALIF. (MATER DEI)
As a Senior (2014-15)
Played one minute in the win over CSUN.
MELLON’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points.............................................................1 vs. Long Beach State (11/11/13)
Total Rebounds .........................................1 vs. Long Beach State (11/11/13)
Offensive Rebs...........................................1 vs. Long Beach State (11/11/13)
Defensive Rebs. ...........................................................................................................
Field Goals .....................................................................................................................
Field Goal Att. .........................................1 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws.................................................1 vs. Long Beach State (11/11/13)
Free Throw Att. ..........................................2 vs. Long Beach State (11/11/13)
Assists................................................................ 1 vs. Washington State (1/2/14)
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals .............................................................1 vs. Northern Arizona (11/28/12)
Minutes..............................................3, 4x, last vs. Washington State (1/2/14)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s
Cal St. Northridge
1
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
MELLON’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points...............................................................................................................................
Total Rebounds ...........................................................................................................
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. ...........................................................................................................
Field Goals .....................................................................................................................
Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws...................................................................................................................
Free Throw Att. ............................................................................................................
Assists..............................................................................................................................
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes................................................................................ 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
FG-A
DNP
0-0
Pct.
3FG-A
Pct.
FT-A
Pct.
.000
0-0
.000
0-0
.000
RB PF
0
0
A
0
TO B
0
0
S PTS
0
0
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
1-0
6-0
6-0
1-0
14-0
Min/Avg
1/1.0
10/1.7
12/2.0
1/1.0
24/1.7
FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-1
Pct
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
3-Point
FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Pct
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
FT-FTA
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-0
1-2
Pct
.000
.000
.500
.000
.500
Rebs
O
D
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
Tot
0
0
1
0
1
AVG
0.0
0.0
0.2
0.0
0.1
AST
0
0
1
0
1
TO
0
1
0
0
1
BLK
0
0
0
0
0
STL
0
1
0
0
1
PF-D
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
PTS/AVG
0/0.0
0/0.0
1/0.2
0/0.0
1/0.1
Pct
.000
.000
.000
.000
3-Point
FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Pct
.000
.000
.000
.000
FT-FTA
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Pct
.000
.000
.000
.000
Rebs
O
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Tot
0
0
0
0
AVG
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
AST
0
0
1
1
TO
0
0
0
0
BLK
0
0
0
0
STL
0
0
0
0
PF-D
1-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
PTS/AVG
0/0.0
0/0.0
0/0.0
0/0.0
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
1-0
2-0
2-0
5-0
Min/Avg
1/1.0
3/1.5
4/2.0
8/1.6
FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
#20 KADEEM ALLEN
JUNIOR » GUARD » 6-3 » 195
WILMINGTON, N.C. (HUTCHINSON CC)
As a Junior (2014-15)
Will redshirt his first season as a member of the Arizona program.
ALLEN’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points...............................................................................................................................
Total Rebounds ...........................................................................................................
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. ...........................................................................................................
Field Goals .....................................................................................................................
Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws...................................................................................................................
Free Throw Att. ............................................................................................................
Assists..............................................................................................................................
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes...........................................................................................................................
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s
Cal St. Northridge
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
ALLEN’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points...............................................................................................................................
Total Rebounds ...........................................................................................................
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. ...........................................................................................................
Field Goals .....................................................................................................................
Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws...................................................................................................................
Free Throw Att. ............................................................................................................
Assists..............................................................................................................................
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes...........................................................................................................................
FG-A
DNP
DNP
Pct.
3FG-A
Pct.
FT-A
Pct.
RB PF
A
TO B
S PTS
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
-
Min/Avg
-
FG-FGA
-
Pct
-
3-Point
FG-FGA
-
Pct
-
FT-FTA
-
Pct
-
Rebs
O
D
-
Tot
-
AVG
-
AST
-
TO
-
BLK
-
STL
-
PF-D
-
PTS/AVG
-
Pct
-
3-Point
FG-FGA
-
Pct
-
FT-FTA
-
Pct
-
Rebs
O
D
-
Tot
-
AVG
-
AST
-
TO
-
BLK
-
STL
-
PF-D
-
PTS/AVG
-
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
-
Min/Avg
-
FG-FGA
-
#21 BRANDON ASHLEY
JUNIOR » FORWARD » 6-9 » 230
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (FINDLAY PREP)
As a Junior (2014-15)
Scored 13 points on 4-of-6 shooting in the win over CSUN ... Made 9-of-10 shots from the floor en route to a career-high 21 points in the seasonopening win over Mount St. Mary’s.
ASHLEY’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points............................................................21 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Total Rebounds ...................................... 11 vs. Northern Arizona (11/28/12)
Offensive Rebs........................5, 2x, last vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
Defensive Rebs. ...................................... 10 vs. Northern Arizona (11/28/12)
Field Goals .................................................... 9 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Field Goal Att. ...........................................................16 at Michigan (12/14/13)
3-Point Field Goals..................................3 vs. New Mexico State (12/11/13)
3-Point Field Goal Att. ................................. 3, 3x, last at Stanford (1/29/14)
Free Throws................................. 8, 2x, last vs. Long Beach State (11/19/12)
Free Throw Att. .................................12 vs. Charleston Southern (11/11/12)
Assists.......................................................4, 2x, last vs. Arizona State (1/16/14)
Blocks ......................................................3, 2x, last vs. Oral Roberts (12/18/12)
Steals ..........................................................................................3 at Utah (2/17/13)
Minutes........................................................................34 at Michigan (12/14/13)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s*
28
Cal St. Northridge* 28
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
ASHLEY’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points............................................................21 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Total Rebounds .......................................... 6 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Offensive Rebs............................................ 4 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Defensive Rebs. .......................................... 2 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Field Goals .................................................... 9 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Field Goal Att. ...........................................10 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throws........................................................................ 5 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throw Att. ................................................................. 7 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Assists................................................................... 1, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ................................................................... 2 , 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Minutes..............................................................28, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
FG-A
9-10
4-6
Pct.
.900
.667
3FG-A
0-0
0-1
Pct.
.000
.000
FT-A
3-6
5-7
Pct.
.500
.714
RB PF
6 1
3 1
A
1
1
TO B
2 0
1 0
S PTS
2 21
2 13
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
35-21
22-22
2-2
59-45
Min/Avg
719/20.5
609/27.7
56/28.0
1384/23.5
FG-FGA
93-177
93-178
13-16
199-371
Pct
.525
.522
.813
.536
3-Point
FG-FGA
3-3
11-29
0-1
14-33
Pct FT-FTA
1.000 72-98
.379 56-74
.000
8-13
.424 136-185
Pct
.735
.757
.615
.735
Rebs
O
D
54 132
41 86
7
2
102 220
Tot
186
127
9
322
AVG
5.3
5.8
4.5
5.5
AST
24
22
2
48
TO
54
37
3
94
BLK
18
16
0
34
STL
18
14
4
36
PF-D
95-4
70-2
2-0
167-6
PTS/AVG
261/7.5
253/11.5
34/17.0
548/9.3
Pct
.506
.484
.497
3-Point
FG-FGA
2-2
3-11
5-13
Pct FT-FTA
1.000 28-40
.273 25-32
.385 53-72
Pct
.700
.781
.736
Rebs
O
D
28 55
10 26
38 81
Tot
83
36
119
AVG
4.6
4.0
4.4
AST
9
14
23
TO
20
16
36
BLK
3
6
9
STL
11
5
16
PF-D
55-3
26-0
81-3
PTS/AVG
118/6.6
90/10.0
208/7.7
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
18-11
9-9
27-20
Min/Avg
351/19.5
243/27.0
594/22.0
FG-FGA
44-87
31-64
75-151
#50 JACOB HAZZARD
JUNIOR » GUARD » 6-0 » 160
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (LOYOLA)
As a Junior (2014-15)
Saw two minutes of action in the win over CSUN ... Played a minute of action in the season-opening win over Mount St. Mary’s.
HAZZARD’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points..........................................................8 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
Total Rebounds ....................................1, 4x, last vs. Arizona State (1/16/14)
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. ....................................1, 4x, last vs. Arizona State (1/16/14)
Field Goals ................................................3 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
Field Goal Att. .........................................4 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
3-Point Field Goals................................2 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
3-Point Field Goal Att. .........................3 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
Free Throws...................................................................................................................
Free Throw Att. ............................................................................................................
Assists................................................................ 1, 4x, last at Colorado (2/22/14)
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ................................................................. 1, 2x, last vs. Stanford (3/2/114)
Minutes......................................................5 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s
1
Cal St. Northridge
2
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
HAZZARD’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points...............................................................................................................................
Total Rebounds ...........................................................................................................
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. ...........................................................................................................
Field Goals .....................................................................................................................
Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws...................................................................................................................
Free Throw Att. ............................................................................................................
Assists..............................................................................................................................
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes................................................................................ 2 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
FG-A
0-0
0-0
Pct.
.000
.000
3FG-A
0-0
0-0
Pct.
.000
.000
FT-A
0-0
0-0
Pct.
.000
.000
RB PF
0 0
0 0
A
0
0
TO B
0 0
2 0
S PTS
0 0
0 0
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
6-0
13-0
2-0
21-0
Min/Avg
11/1.8
29/2.2
3/1.5
43/2.0
FG-FGA
0-6
8-17
0-0
8-23
Pct
.000
.471
.000
.348
3-Point
FG-FGA
0-2
4-9
0-0
4-11
Pct
.000
.444
.000
.364
FT-FTA
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Pct
.000
.000
.000
.000
Rebs
O
D
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
4
Tot
1
3
0
4
AVG
0.2
0.2
0.0
0.2
AST
1
3
0
4
TO
2
4
2
8
BLK
0
0
0
0
STL
0
2
0
2
PF-D
0-0
2-0
0-0
2-0
PTS/AVG
0/0.0
20/1.5
0/0.0
20/1.0
Pct
.000
.500
.364
3-Point
FG-FGA
0-2
2-4
2-6
Pct
.000
.500
.333
FT-FTA
0-0
0-0
0-0
Pct
.000
.000
.000
Rebs
O
D
0
0
0
1
0
1
Tot
0
1
1
AVG
0.0
0.2
0.1
AST
0
1
1
TO
1
3
4
BLK
0
0
0
STL
0
2
2
PF-D
0-0
0-0
0-0
PTS/AVG
0/0.0
10/1.7
10/1.1
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
2-0
6-0
9-0
Min/Avg
4/2.0
13/2.2
17/1.9
FG-FGA
0-3
4-8
4-11
#35 KALEB TARCZEWSKI
JUNIOR » CENTER » 7-0 » 245
CLAREMONT, N.H. (ST. MARK’S SCHOOL)
As a Junior (2014-15)
Led UA with a career-high three steals in the win over CSUN ... Posted his third-career double-double with 10 points and 10 boards to accompany
a game-high three blocks in the win over Mount St. Mary’s.
TARCZEWSKI’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points............................................................................................. 18 at Cal (2/1/14)
Total Rebounds ...................................13, 4x, last at Arizona State (2/14/14)
Offensive Rebs.........................................................................7 vs. Utah (1/5/13)
Defensive Rebs. ........................................................ 10 at Texas Tech (12/1/12)
Field Goals ..................................................... 7, 2x, last vs. California (2/26/14)
Field Goal Att. ............................................................... 12 vs. Drexel (11/27/13)
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws................................................................................. 12 at Cal (2/1/14)
Free Throw Att. .......................................................................... 12 at Cal (2/1/14)
Assists................................................................ 3 at San Diego State (11/14/13)
Blocks .........................................................................5 vs. Weber State (3/21/14)
Steals .................................................................................... 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Minutes.................................................................. 45 at Arizona State (2/14/14)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s*
28
Cal St. Northridge* 24
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
TARCZEWSKI’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points............................................................10 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Total Rebounds ........................................10 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Offensive Rebs............................................ 2 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Defensive Rebs. .......................................... 8 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Field Goals .................................................... 5 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Field Goal Att. ............................................. 6 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws........................................................................ 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throw Att. ................................................................. 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Assists................................................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Blocks ............................................................. 3 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Steals .................................................................................... 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Minutes........................................................28 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
FG-A
5-6
1-2
Pct.
.833
.500
3FG-A
0-0
0-0
Pct.
.000
.000
FT-A
0-0
1-4
Pct.
.000
.250
RB PF
10 2
4 4
A
0
1
TO B
2 3
2 0
S PTS
1 10
3 3
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
35-35
36-35
2-2
73-72
Min/Avg
769/22.0
1020/28.3
52/26.0
1841/25.2
FG-FGA
84-156
128-219
6-8
218-383
Pct
.538
.584
.750
.569
3-Point
FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Pct FT-FTA
.000 62-98
.000 102-135
.000
1-4
.000 165-237
Pct
.633
.756
.250
.696
Rebs
O
D
73 139
75 151
2
12
150 302
Tot
212
226
14
452
AVG
6.1
6.3
7.0
6.2
AST TO BLK
14
54 23
19
63 36
1
4
3
34 121 62
STL
10
5
4
19
PF-D
87-6
92-2
6-0
185-8
PTS/AVG
230/6.6
358/9.9
13/6.5
601/8.2
Pct
.494
.581
.542
3-Point
FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
0-0
Pct FT-FTA
Pct
.000 41-59
.695
.000 64-85
.753
.000 105-143 .734
Rebs
O
D
38 68
39 80
77 148
Tot
106
119
225
AVG
5.9
6.6
6.3
AST
4
9
13
STL
5
2
7
PF-D
37-2
49-1
86-3
PTS/AVG
125/6.9
186/10.3
311/8.6
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
18-18
18-18
36-36
Min/Avg
392/21.8
538/29.9
930/25.8
FG-FGA
42-85
61-105
103-190
TO
29
28
57
BLK
10
14
24
#1 GABE YORK
JUNIOR » GUARD » 6-3 » 185
WEST COVINA, CALIF. (ORANGE LUTHERAN)
As a Junior (2014-15)
Scored eight points in the win over CSUN ... Put up five points and four assists in the season-opening win over Mount St. Mary’s.
YORK’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points.......................................................20 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
Total Rebounds ...........................................................10 at Colorado (2/22/14)
Offensive Rebs............................................................. 4 vs. California (2/26/14)
Defensive Rebs. ...........................................................10 at Colorado (2/22/14)
Field Goals ................................................8 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
Field Goal Att. ......................................11 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
3-Point Field Goals..................................4, 3x, last at Oregon State (3/5/14)
3-Point Field Goal Att. .......................................... 9 at Oregon State (3/5/14)
Free Throws...................................................................... 4 vs. Cal Poly (11/8/13)
Free Throw Att. ............................................................... 7 vs. Cal Poly (11/8/13)
Assists............................................................6 vs. Long Beach State (11/11/13)
Blocks ...........................................................2 vs. New Mexico State (12/11/13)
Steals .............................................................4 vs. Northern Arizona (12/23/13)
Minutes................................................................................... 36 at Utah (2/19/14)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s*
28
Cal St. Northridge* 22
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
YORK’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points.................................................................................... 8 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Total Rebounds ................................................................ 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. ................................................................ 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goals .......................................................................... 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goal Att. ............................................. 6 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
3-Point Field Goals.......................................................... 2 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goal Att. ............................. 5 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Free Throws...................................................................................................................
Free Throw Att. ............................................................................................................
Assists............................................................. 4 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Blocks ................................................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Steals .................................................................... 1, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Minutes........................................................28 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
FG-A
2-6
3-5
Pct.
.333
.600
3FG-A
1-5
2-4
Pct.
.200
.500
FT-A
0-0
0-0
Pct.
.000
.000
RB PF
0 1
1 1
A
4
1
TO B
0 0
4 1
S PTS
1 5
1 8
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
15-0
38-12
2-2
55-14
Min/Avg
87/5.8
829/21.8
50/25.0
966/17.6
FG-FGA
13-32
82-221
5-11
100-264
Pct
.406
.371
.455
.379
3-Point
FG-FGA
8-23
57-148
3-9
68-180
Pct
.348
.385
.333
.378
FT-FTA
2-4
35-52
0-0
37-56
Pct
.500
.673
.000
.661
Rebs
O
D
0
5
15 70
0
1
15 76
Tot
5
85
1
91
AVG
0.3
2.2
0.5
1.7
AST
9
61
5
75
TO
2
21
4
27
BLK
0
4
1
5
STL
2
18
2
22
PF-D
2-0
56-0
2-0
60-0
PTS/AVG
36/2.4
256/6.7
13/6.5
305/5.5
Pct
.333
.364
.360
3-Point
FG-FGA
4-11
27-69
31-80
Pct
.364
.391
.388
FT-FTA
1-3
16-24
17-27
Pct
.333
.667
.630
Rebs
O
D
0
1
10 35
10 36
Tot
1
45
46
AVG
0,2
2.5
1.9
AST
2
32
34
TO
0
11
11
BLK
0
1
1
STL
0
5
5
PF-D
0-0
26-0
26-0
PTS/AVG
13/2.2
115/6.4
128/5.3
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
6-0
18-5
24-5
Min/Avg
33/5.5
392/21.8
425/17.7
FG-FGA
4-12
36-99
40-111
#23 RONDAE HOLLIS-JEFFERSON
SOPHOMORE » FORWARD » 6-7 » 220
CHESTER, PA. (CHESTER)
As a Sophomore (2014-15)
Collected 14 points, eight rebounds and three assists in the win over CSUN ... A spark off the bench in the win over Mount St. Mary’s, scoring 15
points to go with two blocks and three steals.
HOLLIS-JEFFERSON’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points..............................................................................18 vs. Gonzaga (3/23/14)
Total Rebounds .........................................10, 2x, last vs. California (2/26/14)
Offensive Rebs.......................................................5, 2x, last vs. Utah (1/26/14)
Defensive Rebs. ........................................................... 8 vs. California (2/26/14)
Field Goals ................................................ 6, 3x, last vs. Oregon State (2/9/14)
Field Goal Att. .......................................................13 vs. Oregon State (2/9/14)
3-Point Field Goals................................................1, 2x, last at Utah (2/19/14)
3-Point Field Goal Att. .................................1, 11x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throws.................................................................... 8 vs. Gonzaga (3/23/14)
Free Throw Att. .............................................................10 vs. Cal Poly (11/8/13)
Assists...................................................................................... 6 vs. UNLV (12/7/13)
Blocks ............................................................................... 4 vs. Gonzaga (3/23/14)
Steals ...............................................3, 2x, last vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Minutes.................................................................. 45 at Arizona State (2/14/14)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s
21
Cal St. Northridge
22
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
HOLLIS-JEFFERSON’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points............................................................15 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Total Rebounds ................................................................ 8 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Offensive Rebs.................................................................. 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Defensive Rebs. ................................................................ 5 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goals .................................................... 6 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Field Goal Att. ................................................... 8, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throws........................................................................ 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throw Att. ........................................... 7 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Assists................................................................................... 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Blocks ............................................................. 2 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Steals .............................................................. 3 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Minutes..............................................................................22 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
FG-A
6-8
5-8
Pct.
.750
.625
3FG-A
0-0
0-1
Pct.
.000
.000
FT-A
3-7
4-5
Pct.
.429
.800
RB PF
4 0
8 3
A
1
3
TO B
0 2
2 0
S PTS
3 15
1 14
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
38-6
2-0
40-6
Min/Avg
960/25.3
43/21.5
1003/25.1
FG-FGA
121-247
11-16
132-263
Pct
.490
.688
.502
3-Point
FG-FGA
2-10
0-1
2-11
Pct FT-FTA
Pct
.200 103-151 .682
.000
7-12
.583
.182 110-163 .675
Rebs
O
D Tot
83 132 215
3
9
12
86 141 227
AVG
5.7
6.0
5.7
AST
55
4
59
TO
44
2
46
BLK
40
2
42
STL
28
4
32
PF-D
92-3
3-0
95-3
PTS/AVG
347/9.1
29/14.5
376/9.4
Pct
.447
.447
3-Point
FG-FGA
1-5
1-5
Pct
.200
.200
Rebs
O
D
42 61
42 61
AVG
5.7
5.7
AST
25
25
TO
30
30
BLK
21
21
STL
12
12
PF-D
42-1
42-1
PTS/AVG
150/8.3
150/8.3
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
18-3
18-3
Min/Avg
469/26.1
469/26.1
FG-FGA
55-123
55-123
FT-FTA
39-63
39-63
Pct
.619
.619
Tot
103
103
#44 TREY MASON
SOPHOMORE » GUARD » 6-2 » 180
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (LOYOLA)
As a Sophomore (2014-15)
Played three minutes in the win over CSUN ... Saw a minute of action in the season-opening win over Mount St. Mary’s.
MASON’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points.............................................................3 vs. Long Beach State (11/11/13)
Total Rebounds .....................................................1, 3x, last vs. Utah (3/13/14)
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. .....................................................1, 3x, last vs. Utah (3/13/14)
Field Goals ................................................... 1, 2x, last vs. Southern (12/19/13)
Field Goal Att. ................................................................... 2 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals...................................1 vs. Long Beach State (11/11/13)
3-Point Field Goal Att. ............................1 vs. Long Beach State (11/11/13)
Free Throws...................................................................................................................
Free Throw Att. ............................................................................................................
Assists........................................................................1, 3x, last vs. Utah (3/13/14)
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes..............................................4, 2x, last vs. Washington State (1/2/14)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s
1
Cal St. Northridge
3
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
MASON’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points...............................................................................................................................
Total Rebounds ...........................................................................................................
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. ...........................................................................................................
Field Goals .....................................................................................................................
Field Goal Att. ................................................................... 2 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws...................................................................................................................
Free Throw Att. ............................................................................................................
Assists..............................................................................................................................
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes................................................................................ 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
FG-A
0-0
0-2
Pct.
.000
.000
3FG-A
0-0
0-0
Pct.
.000
.000
FT-A
0-0
0-0
Pct.
.000
.000
RB PF
0 0
0 0
A
0
0
TO B
0 0
1 0
S PTS
0 0
0 0
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
10-0
2-0
12-0
Min/Avg
22/2.2
4/2.0
26/2.2
FG-FGA
2-3
0-2
2-5
Pct
.667
.000
.400
3-Point
FG-FGA
1-1
0-0
1-1
Pct FT-FTA
1.000
0-0
.000
0-0
1.000 0-0
Pct
.000
.000
.000
Rebs
O
D
0
3
0
0
0
3
Tot
3
0
3
AVG
0.3
0.0
0.3
AST
3
0
3
TO
2
1
3
BLK
0
0
0
STL
0
0
0
PF-D
3-0
0-0
3-0
PTS/AVG
5/0.5
0/0.0
5/0.4
Pct
.000
.000
3-Point
FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
Pct
.000
.000
Pct
.000
.000
Rebs
O
D
0
1
0
1
Tot
1
1
AVG
0.3
0.3
AST
1
1
TO
0
0
BLK
0
0
STL
0
0
PF-D
1-0
1-0
PTS/AVG
0/0.0
0/0.0
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
4-0
4-0
Min/Avg
8/2.0
8/2.0
FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
FT-FTA
0-0
0-0
#24 ELLIOTT PITTS
SOPHOMORE » GUARD » 6-5 » 185
DUBLIN, CALIF. (DE LA SALLE)
As a Sophomore (2014-15)
Reeled off a career-high 10 points on 3-of-5 shooting in the win over CSUN ... Scored three points in the season-opening win over Mount St.
Mary’s.
PITTS’ CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points..................................................................................10 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Total Rebounds .................................................3, 3x last vs. Stanford (3/2/14)
Offensive Rebs................................................................. 2 vs. Stanford (3/2/14)
Defensive Rebs. ...................................................... 3 vs. Oregon State (2/9/14)
Field Goals .......................................................................... 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goal Att. ................................................................... 5 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals.......................................... 2, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goal Att. ................................................... 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throws........................................................ 2, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throw Att. .....................................................4 vs. Arizona State (1/16/14)
Assists.........................................................2 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18/13)
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ................................................................1, 4x, last vs. Colorado (3/14/14)
Minutes........................................................17 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s
17
Cal St. Northridge
16
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
PITTS’ 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points..................................................................................10 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Total Rebounds ................................................ 1, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. ................................................ 1, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goals .......................................................................... 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goal Att. ................................................................... 5 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals.......................................................... 2 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goal Att. ................................................... 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throws........................................................................ 2 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throw Att. ................................................................. 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Assists................................................................... 1, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes........................................................17 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
FG-A
1-2
3-5
Pct.
.500
.600
3FG-A
1-2
2-4
Pct.
.500
.500
FT-A
0-0
2-3
Pct.
.000
.667
RB PF
1 1
1 3
A
1
1
TO B
1 0
0 0
S PTS
0 3
0 10
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
24-0
2-0
26-0
Min/Avg
201/8.4
33/16.5
234/9.0
FG-FGA
15-35
4-7
19-42
Pct
.429
.571
.452
3-Point
FG-FGA
11-28
3-6
14-34
Pct
.393
.500
.412
FT-FTA
3-8
2-3
5-11
Pct
.375
.667
.455
Rebs
O
D
7
17
0
2
7
19
Tot
24
2
26
AVG
1.0
1.0
1.0
AST
6
2
8
TO
6
1
7
BLK
0
0
0
STL
4
0
4
PF-D
20-0
4-0
24-0
PTS/AVG
44/1.8
13/6.5
57/2.2
Pct
.333
.333
3-Point
FG-FGA
5-14
5-14
Pct
.357
.357
FT-FTA
0-0
0-0
Pct
.000
.000
Rebs
O
D
4
12
4
12
Tot
16
16
AVG
1.5
1.5
AST
2
2
TO
3
3
BLK
0
0
STL
1
1
PF-D
7-0
7-0
PTS/AVG
19/1.7
19/1.7
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2013-14
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
11-0
11-0
Min/Avg
113/10.3
113/10.3
FG-FGA
6-18
6-18
#0 PARKER JACKSON-CARTWRIGHT
FRESHMAN » GUARD » 5-10 » 160
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (SIERRA CANYON)
As a Freshman (2014-15)
Registered seven points, four rebounds and two assists in the win over CSUN ... Tallied eight points and two assists in the win over Mount St.
Mary’s.
JACKSON-CARTWRIGHT’S CAREER HIGHS 2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points.............................................................. 8 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Total Rebounds ................................................................ 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. ................................................................ 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goals .................................................... 3 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Field Goal Att. ................................................... 4, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals.................................... 2 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
3-Point Field Goal Att. ............................. 3 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Free Throws........................................................................ 2 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throw Att. ................................................................. 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Assists................................................................... 2, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals .................................................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Minutes..............................................................................14 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
JACKSON-CARTWRIGHT’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points.............................................................. 8 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Total Rebounds ................................................................ 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. ................................................................ 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goals .................................................... 3 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Field Goal Att. ................................................... 4, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals.................................... 2 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
3-Point Field Goal Att. ............................. 3 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Free Throws........................................................................ 2 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throw Att. ................................................................. 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Assists................................................................... 2, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals .................................................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Minutes..............................................................................14 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s
11
Cal St. Northridge
14
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
FG-A
3-4
2-4
Pct.
.750
.500
3FG-A
2-3
1-2
Pct.
.667
.500
FT-A
0-0
2-4
Pct.
.000
.500
RB PF
0 1
4 0
A
2
2
TO B
0 0
0 0
S PTS
0 8
1 7
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
2-0
2-0
Min/Avg
25/12.5
25/12.5
FG-FGA
5-8
5-8
Pct
.625
.625
3-Point
FG-FGA
3-5
3-5
Pct
.600
.600
FT-FTA
2-4
2-4
Pct
.500
.500
Rebs
O
D
0
4
0
4
Tot
4
4
AVG
2.0
2.0
AST
4
4
TO
0
0
BLK
0
0
STL
1
1
PF-D
1-0
1-0
PTS/AVG
15/7.5
15/7.5
Pct
-
3-Point
FG-FGA
-
Pct
-
FT-FTA
-
Pct
-
Rebs
O
D
-
Tot
-
AVG
-
AST
-
TO
-
BLK
-
STL
-
PF-D
-
PTS/AVG
-
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
-
Min/Avg
-
FG-FGA
-
#5 STANLEY JOHNSON
FRESHMAN » FORWARD » 6-7 » 245
FULLERTON, CALIF. (MATER DEI)
As a Freshman (2014-15)
Led UA with 17 points on 7-of-10 shooting in the win over CSUN ... Scored eight points and grabbed six boards in the win over Mount St. Mary’s.
JOHNSON’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points...................................................................................17 vs CSUN (11/16/14)
Total Rebounds .......................................... 6 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. .......................................... 6 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Field Goals ........................................................................... 7 vs CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goal Att. ..................................................................10 vs CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals........................................................... 2 vs CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goal Att. ............................. 4 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Free Throws.................................................. 4 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Free Throw Att. ........................................... 6 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Assists............................................................. 1 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Blocks .................................................................................... 1 vs CSUN (11/16/14)
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes...............................................................................25 vs CSUN (11/16/14)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s*
24
Cal St. Northridge* 25
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
JOHNSON’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points...................................................................................17 vs CSUN (11/16/14)
Total Rebounds .......................................... 6 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Offensive Rebs.............................................................................................................
Defensive Rebs. .......................................... 6 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Field Goals ........................................................................... 7 vs CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goal Att. ..................................................................10 vs CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals........................................................... 2 vs CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goal Att. ............................. 4 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Free Throws.................................................. 4 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Free Throw Att. ........................................... 6 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Assists............................................................. 1 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Blocks .................................................................................... 1 vs CSUN (11/16/14)
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes...............................................................................25 vs CSUN (11/16/14)
FG-A
2-8
7-10
Pct.
.250
.700
3FG-A
0-4
2-3
Pct.
.000
.667
FT-A
4-6
1-3
Pct.
.667
.333
RB PF
6 3
1 3
A
1
0
TO B
2 0
3 1
S PTS
0 8
0 17
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
2-2
2-2
Min/Avg
49/24.5
49/24.5
FG-FGA
9-18
9-18
Pct
.500
.500
3-Point
FG-FGA
2-7
2-7
Pct
.286
.286
FT-FTA
5-9
5-9
Pct
.556
.556
Rebs
O
D
0
7
0
7
Tot
7
7
AVG
3.5
3.5
AST
1
1
TO
5
5
BLK
1
1
STL
0
0
PF-D
6-0
6-0
PTS/AVG
25/12.5
25/12.5
Pct
-
3-Point
FG-FGA
-
Pct
-
FT-FTA
-
Pct
-
Rebs
O
D
-
Tot
-
AVG
-
AST
-
TO
-
BLK
-
STL
-
PF-D
-
PTS/AVG
-
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
-
Min/Avg
-
FG-FGA
-
#14 DUSAN RISTIC
FRESHMAN » CENTER » 7-0 » 245
NOVI SAD, SERBIA (SUNRISE CHRISTIAN)
As a Freshman (2014-15)
Totaled three points and two rebounds in the win over CSUN ... Had three rebounds in the win over Mount St. Mary’s.
RISTIC’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points.................................................................................... 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Total Rebounds .......................................... 3 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Offensive Rebs............................................ 1 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Defensive Rebs. ................................................ 2, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goals .....................................................................................................................
Field Goal Att. ................................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws........................................................................ 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throw Att. ................................................................. 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Assists..............................................................................................................................
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes................................................................................ 9 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s
7
Cal St. Northridge
9
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
RISTIC’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points.................................................................................... 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Total Rebounds .......................................... 3 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Offensive Rebs............................................ 1 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Defensive Rebs. ................................................ 2, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goals .....................................................................................................................
Field Goal Att. ................................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws........................................................................ 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throw Att. ................................................................. 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Assists..............................................................................................................................
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals ...............................................................................................................................
Minutes................................................................................ 9 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
FG-A
0-0
0-1
Pct.
.000
.000
3FG-A
0-0
0-0
Pct.
.000
.000
FT-A
0-2
3-4
Pct.
.000
.750
RB PF
3 1
2 1
A
0
0
TO B
0 0
0 0
S PTS
0 0
0 3
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
2-0
2-0
Min/Avg
16/8.0
16/8.0
FG-FGA
0-1
0-1
Pct
.000
.000
3-Point
FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
Pct
.000
.000
FT-FTA
3-6
3-6
Pct
.500
.500
Rebs
O
D
1
4
1
4
Tot
5
5
AVG
2.5
2.5
AST
0
0
TO
0
0
BLK
0
0
STL
0
0
PF-D
2-0
2-0
PTS/AVG
3/1.5
3/1.5
Pct
-
3-Point
FG-FGA
-
Pct
-
FT-FTA
-
Pct
-
Rebs
O
D
-
Tot
-
AVG
-
AST
-
TO
-
BLK
-
STL
-
PF-D
-
PTS/AVG
-
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
-
Min/Avg
-
FG-FGA
-
#3 CRAIG VICTOR
FRESHMAN » FORWARD » 6-9 » 230
NEW ORLEANS, LA. (FINDLAY PREP)
As a Freshman (2014-15)
Scored four points and grabbed three rebounds in the win over CSUN ... Had two points in the win over Mount St. Mary’s.
VICTOR’S CAREER HIGHS
2014-15 GAME-BY-GAME
Points.................................................................................... 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Total Rebounds ................................................................ 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Offensive Rebs.................................................................. 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Defensive Rebs. ...........................................................................................................
Field Goals .......................................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goal Att. ................................................................... 2 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws........................................................ 2, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throw Att. ........................................... 4 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Assists..............................................................................................................................
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals .................................................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Minutes................................................................................ 8 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Opponent
Min.
Mt. St. Mary’s
6
Cal St. Northridge
8
UC Irvine
vs. Missouri
vs. KSU/Purdue
vs. TBD
Gardner-Webb
Gonzaga
Utah Valley
Michigan
Oakland
at UTEP
at UNLV
Arizona State
at Oregon
at Oregon State
Colorado
Utah
at Stanford
at California
Oregon
Oregon State
at Arizona State
at Washington
at Washington State
USC
UCLA
at Colorado
at Utah
California
Stanford
VICTOR’S 2014-15 SEASON HIGHS
Points.................................................................................... 4 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Total Rebounds ................................................................ 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Offensive Rebs.................................................................. 3 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Defensive Rebs. ...........................................................................................................
Field Goals .......................................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Field Goal Att. ................................................................... 2 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
3-Point Field Goals.....................................................................................................
3-Point Field Goal Att. ..............................................................................................
Free Throws........................................................ 2, 2x, last vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Free Throw Att. ........................................... 4 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/14)
Assists..............................................................................................................................
Blocks ..............................................................................................................................
Steals .................................................................................... 1 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
Minutes................................................................................ 8 vs. CSUN (11/16/14)
FG-A
0-0
1-2
Pct.
.000
.500
3FG-A
0-0
0-0
Pct.
.000
.000
FT-A
2-4
2-3
Pct.
.500
.667
RB PF
0 0
3 1
A
0
0
TO B
0 0
0 0
S PTS
0 2
1 4
* - Game started
CAREER STATS
Year
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
2-0
2-0
Min/Avg
14/7.0
14/7.0
FG-FGA
1-2
1-2
Pct
.500
.500
3-Point
FG-FGA
0-0
0-0
Pct
.000
.000
FT-FTA
4-7
4-7
Pct
.571
.571
Rebs
O
D
3
0
3
0
Tot
3
3
AVG
1.5
1.5
AST
0
0
TO
0
0
BLK
0
0
STL
1
1
PF-D
1-0
1-0
PTS/AVG
6/3.0
5/3.0
Pct
-
3-Point
FG-FGA
-
Pct
-
FT-FTA
-
Pct
-
Rebs
O
D
-
Tot
-
AVG
-
AST
-
TO
-
BLK
-
STL
-
PF-D
-
PTS/AVG
-
PAC-12 CAREER STATS
Year
2014-15
TOTAL
G-S
-
Min/Avg
-
FG-FGA
-
2014-15 GAME RECAPS
Mount St. Mary’s
#2/2 Arizona
1
Nov. 14, 2014
55
78
2
Nov. 16, 2014
Attendance: 14,655
FG
5-12
1-4
4-6
4-11
0-3
2-8
0-0
2-4
0-1
2-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
3FG
1-3
0-1
1-1
2-5
0-2
1-5
0-0
0-0
0-1
2-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
20-52 7-21
FT
2-3
1-2
0-0
2-2
3-5
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
O-D-R
0-1-1
1-5-6
1-2-3
0-4-4
0-3-3
0-3-3
0-1-1
0-1-1
0-0-0
0-1-1
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
1-0-1
1-3-4
8-12 4-24-28
Arizona
FG 3FG
FT
O-D-R
5 Johnson
2-8 0-4
4-6
0-6-6
21 Ashley
9-10 0-0
3-6
4-2-6
35 Tarczewski
5-6 0-0
0-0
2-8-10
1 York
2-6 1-5
0-0
0-0-0
4 McConnell
3-10 0-2
0-0
0-5-5
0 J.-Cartwright
3-4 2-3
0-0
0-0-0
3 Victor
0-0 0-0
2-4
0-0-0
14 Ristic
0-0 0-0
0-2
1-2-3
23 Hollis-Jefferson 6-8 0-0
3-7
0-4-4
24 Pitts
1-2 1-2
0-0
0-1-1
44 Mason
0-0 0-0
0-0
0-0-0
50 Hazzard
0-0 0-0
0-0
0-0-0
Team
0-0-0
Totals
31-54 4-16 12-25 7-28-35
Mount St. Mary’s
Arizona
1st
25
40
2nd
30
38
OT
-
PF TP A TO B S MIN
3 13 0 0 0 0 17
3 3 0 2 0 0 21
4 9 2 1 0 1 28
3 12 1 2 0 0 24
0 3 4 8 0 0 27
0 5 1 2 0 0 33
1 0 0 1 0 0 6
1 4 0 0 0 0 8
0 0 0 0 0 0 1
1 6 0 0 0 0 27
0 0 0 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 1
1 0 0 0 0 1 5
17 55 8 16 0 2 200
PF
3
1
2
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
TP
8
21
10
5
6
8
2
0
15
3
0
0
A TO B S MIN
1 2 0 0 24
1 2 0 2 28
0 2 3 1 28
4 0 0 1 28
7 1 0 4 28
2 0 0 0 11
0 0 0 0 6
0 0 0 0 7
1 0 2 3 21
1 1 0 0 17
0 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0 1
11 78 17 8
FG%
38.5
57.4
3FG%
33.3
25.0
68
86
Attendance: 14,655
McKale Center/Tucson, Ariz.
McKale Center/Tucson, Ariz.
Mount St. Mary’s
13 Krajina
15 Graves
50 Danaher
2 Ashe
3 Robinson
0 Martin
1 Sallah
4 Nwandu
5 McManimon
11 Miller
12 Glover
21 Howard
34 Brown
35 Wray
Team
Totals
CSUN
#2/2 Arizona
5 11 200
FT%
66.7
48.0
CSUN
FG 3FG
FT
O-D-R
21 Maxwell
8-14 0-0
3-4
2-2-4
11 Hale-Edmerson 5-8 0-1
1-2
0-4-4
2 Drew
1-5 1-3
0-0
0-3-3
3 Hicks
0-5 0-0
4-4
0-0-0
14 Parks
3-11 0-3 9-12
0-3-3
0 Webb
2-3 0-0
3-4
1-0-1
5 Douglas
1-1 0-0
0-0
0-4-4
13 Efferson
0-0 0-0
0-0
0-0-0
15 Elliott
2-5 1-3
2-2
1-2-3
Team
2-2-4
Totals
22-52 2-10 22-28 6-20-26
PF
4
4
4
3
4
2
2
0
2
TP A TO B S MIN
19 0 3 0 2 30
11 4 2 1 2 35
3 3 1 0 2 24
4 1 2 0 1 23
15 2 3 0 1 30
7 4 2 0 0 16
2 1 0 0 1 14
0 1 1 0 0 8
7 0 2 0 1 20
25 68 16 16 1 10 200
Arizona
FG 3FG
FT
O-D-R PF TP A
5 Johnson
7-10 2-3
1-3
0-1-1
3 17 0
21 Ashley
4-6 0-1
5-7
3-0-3
1 13 1
35 Tarczewski
1-2 0-0
1-4
0-4-4
4 3 1
1 York
3-5 2-4
0-0
0-1-1
1 8 1
4 McConnell
2-7 1-3
2-2
1-4-5
4 7 8
1 J.-Cartwright
2-4 1-2
2-4
0-4-4
0 7 2
3 Victor
1-2 0-0
2-3
3-0-3
1 4 0
14 Ristic
0-1 0-0
3-4
0-2-2
1 3 0
23 Hollis-Jefferson 5-8 0-1
4-5
3-5-8
3 14 3
24 Pitts
3-5 2-4
2-3
0-1-1
3 10 1
31 Korcheck
0-0 0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0 0 0
44 Mason
0-2 0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0 0 0
50 Hazzard
0-0 0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0 0 0
55 Mellon
0-0 0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0 0 0
Team
0-3-3
Totals
28-52 8-18 22-35 10-25-35 21 86 17
CSUN
Arizona
1st
23
37
2nd
45
49
OT
-
FG%
42.3
53.8
3FG%
20.0
44.4
TO
3
1
2
4
3
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
2
0
B
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
S MIN
0 25
2 28
3 24
1 22
2 23
1 14
1 8
0 9
1 22
0 16
0 3
0 3
0 2
0 1
18 2 11 200
FT%
78.6
62.9
Officials: Deron White, Michael Eggers, Tom Nally
RECAP
Officials: Tommy Nunez, Ruben Ramos, Melvin Landry
RECAP
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Freshman Stanley Johnson scored 17 points, Rondae HollisJefferson added 14 and No. 2 Arizona rolled to an 86-68 win over Cal State Northridge
on Sunday night.
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Brandon Ashley scored a career-high 21 points in his return to
the lineup, and No. 2 Arizona shook off a shaky start to open the season with a 78-55
win over Mount St. Mary’s Friday night.
Arizona (2-0) got off to a shaky start and struggled from the perimeter in its opener
against Mount St. Mary’s on Friday before pulling away.
Arizona was out of sorts early before closing the first half with a big run to build a
15-point lead that was barely challenged.
The Wildcats had few problems against Northridge (1-1), building a big early lead and
cruising to their 23rd straight home win.
Ashley played confidently and moved freely, finishing 9 of 10 from the floor in his
return from missing the final 16 games last season with a broken foot.
Hollis-Jefferson gave Arizona a lift off the bench for the second straight game,
scrapping for loose balls and rebounds while making a variety of acrobatic shots in
the lane.
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson lifted the Wildcats out of their funk with harassing defense
and an array of soaring dunks, finishing with 15 points.
An NCAA Tournament team a year ago, Mount St. Mary’s managed to keep Arizona
within reach for most of the first half. Once the bigger, more athletic Wildcats turned
up the pressure, the Mountaineers couldn’t keep up.
Kristijan Krajina led Mount St. Mary’s with 13 points and Byron Ashe added 12.
The Wildcats entered the season with lofty expectations, even for a storied program
like theirs.
Arizona returned five key players from a team that fell a few seconds short of the
Final Four last season and coach Sean Miller added another stellar recruiting class,
headed by Stanley Johnson.
But before the Wildcats could start their expected romp through the schedule, Miller
issued a warning: The preseason hype may have been overhyped, at least for now.
Citing a lack of cohesiveness and depth, along with an ‘’identity crisis’’ on defense,
Miller said the Wildcats were nowhere near the airy preseason predictions.
Early on against Mount St. Mary’s, it seemed to be onto something as Arizona looked
a bit disjointed on offense, struggling with turnovers - five in the first six minutes - and
getting good looks at the basket.
And, after needing 4 1-2 minutes to get its first field goal, Mount St. Mary’s started
hitting a few shots and was still within 28-25 late in the first half.
Then Arizona hit the accelerator.
Running off three straight steals and breakaway dunks in 45 seconds - HollisJefferson’s tomahawk was particularly nice - the Wildcats closed the first half with
a 12-0 run to lead 40-25.
Mount St. Mary’s had one more run in it, using a 6-0 spurt to pull within seven.
Arizona erased that hope quickly, using a 12-0 run to push the lead to 63-44 before
cruising to the victory.
Brandon Ashley followed up his successful return from a broken foot with another
solid game, scoring 13 points. T.J. McConnell orchestrated Arizona’s more-fluid
offense, finishing with seven points, eight assists and seven rebounds.
Northridge had trouble with Arizona’s length and athleticism in its second game
against a ranked team, forcing up shots early and making 2 of 10 from 3-point range
overall.
Stephen Maxwell led the Matadors with 19 points and Aaron Parks added 15.
Arizona shook off its nervous start against Mount St. Mary’s with a flurry of steals and
dunks during a late first-half run turned the game into a rout.
The Matadors started the season with a brutal two-step, facing the Wildcats at McKale
Center after opening with a 79-58 loss at San Diego State.
Northridge suited up 10 players against San Diego State while it sorts through
possible rules violation involving several players. The Matadors were down to eight
players against SDSU after Landon Drew was injured midway through the second half
and Tre Hale-Edmerson fouled out.
Even with Drew back in the starting lineup, the Matadors stood little chance against
the Wildcats.
Unlike the first game, Arizona was sharp from the opening tip, working the ball
around on offense to get good looks at the basket, forcing Northridge into difficult
shots at the other end.
The Wildcats struggled from the perimeter in the opener, going 4 for 16 from 3-point
range. They had it dialed in from the arc a little better against the Matadors, making 5
of 11 in the first half while methodically building a 37-23 lead.
Arizona kept on the accelerator in the second half, pushing the lead to 29 points
before pulling back. The Wildcats finished 8 for 18 from 3-point range.
2014-15 Arizona Basketball
Arizona Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 16, 2014)
All games
RECORD:
ALL GAMES
CONFERENCE
NON-CONFERENCE
##
Player
21
23
05
00
04
35
24
01
03
14
55
31
44
50
Ashley, Brandon
Hollis-Jefferson, R.
Johnson, Stanley
Jackson-Cartwright
McConnell, T.J.
Tarczewski, Kaleb
Pitts, Elliott
York, Gabe
Victor, Craig
Ristic, Dusan
Mellon, Drew
Korcheck, Matt
Mason, Trey
Hazzard, Jacob
Team
Total..........
Opponents......
gp-gs
56
43
49
25
51
52
33
50
14
16
1
3
4
3
28.0 13-16
21.5 11-16
24.5 9-18
12.5 5-8
25.5 5-17
26.0 6-8
16.5 4-7
25.0 5-11
7.0 1-2
8.0 0-1
1.0 0-0
3.0 0-0
2.0 0-2
1.5 0-0
2
2
400
400
59-106
42-104
1st 2nd
77 87
48 75
HOME
2-0
0-0
2-0
Total
3-Point
min avg fg-fga
fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%
2-2
2-0
2-2
2-0
2-2
2-2
2-0
2-2
2-0
2-0
1-0
1-0
2-0
2-0
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
Arizona
Opponents
OVERALL
2-0
0-0
2-0
ARIZ
164
82.0
+20.5
59-106
.557
12-34
.353
6.0
34-60
.567
17.0
70
35.0
+8.0
34
17.0
26
13.0
+3.0
1.3
22
11.0
7
3.5
29310
2-14655
Totals
164
123
.813
.688
.500
.625
.294
.750
.571
.455
.500
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
0-1
0-1
2-7
3-5
1-5
0-0
3-6
3-9
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
.557 12-34
.404 9-31
OPP
123
61.5
42-104
.404
9-31
.290
4.5
30-40
.750
15.0
54
27.0
24
12.0
32
16.0
0.8
12
6.0
1
0.5
0
0-0
0-0
.000
.000
.286
.600
.200
.000
.500
.333
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
AWAY
0-0
0-0
0-0
F-Throw
ft-fta
ft%
8-13
7-12
5-9
2-4
2-2
1-4
2-3
0-0
4-7
3-6
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
.615
.583
.556
.500
.353 34-60
.290 30-40
.567
.750
Date
11/14/14
11/16/14
1.000
.250
.667
.000
.571
.500
.000
.000
.000
.000
off
7
3
0
0
1
2
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
17
10
NEUTRAL
0-0
0-0
0-0
Rebounds
def tot avg
2
9
7
4
9
12
2
1
0
4
0
0
0
0
3
53
44
9
12
7
4
10
14
2
1
3
5
0
0
0
0
3
70
54
to blk stl
pts
avg
4.5
6.0
3.5
2.0
5.0
7.0
1.0
0.5
1.5
2.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2
3
6
1
5
6
4
2
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
4
1
4
15
1
2
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
2
5
0
4
4
1
4
0
0
0
0
1
2
34
29
25
15
13
13
13
13
6
3
0
0
0
0
17.0
14.5
12.5
7.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
3.0
1.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
35.0
27.0
32
42
0
0
34
24
26
32
7 22 164
1 12 123
82.0
61.5
Opponent
MOUNT ST. MARY'S
CSUN
* - Conference game
pf dq
a
W
W
0
2
1
0
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Score
78-55
86-68
4
4
0
1
6
4
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
Att.
14655
14655
2014-15 Arizona Basketball
Arizona Team High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 16, 2014)
All games
Arizona - TEAM GAME HIGHS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
86
78
31
28
54
52
.574
.538
8
4
18
16
.444
.250
22
12
35
25
.629
.480
35
35
17
17
11
11
5
2
18
8
21
11
(31-54)
(28-52)
(8-18)
(4-16)
(22-35)
(12-25)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
2014-15 Arizona Basketball
Arizona High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 16, 2014)
All games
Opponent - GAME HIGHS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
68
55
22
20
52
52
.423
.385
7
2
21
10
.333
.200
22
8
28
12
.786
.667
28
26
16
8
10
2
1
16
16
25
17
(22-52)
(20-52)
(7-21)
(2-10)
(22-28)
(8-12)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
2014-15 Arizona Basketball
Arizona High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 16, 2014)
All games
Arizona - GAME LOWS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
78
86
28
31
52
54
.538
.574
4
8
16
18
.250
.444
12
22
25
35
.480
.629
35
35
17
17
11
11
2
5
8
18
11
21
(28-52)
(31-54)
(4-16)
(8-18)
(12-25)
(22-35)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
2014-15 Arizona Basketball
Arizona High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 16, 2014)
All games
Opponent - GAME LOWS
POINTS
FIELD GOALS MADE
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE
3 PT FG ATTEMPTS
3 PT FG PERCENTAGE
FREE THROWS MADE
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKED SHOTS
TURNOVERS
FOULS
55
68
20
22
52
52
.385
.423
2
7
10
21
.200
.333
8
22
12
28
.667
.786
26
28
8
16
2
10
0
1
16
16
17
25
(20-52)
(22-52)
(2-10)
(7-21)
(8-12)
(22-28)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
MOUNT ST. MARY'S (11/14/14)
CSUN (11/16/14)
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