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GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
Men’s Basketball SID: Ryne Rickman
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2014-15
UT MARTIN SKYHAWKS
MEN’S BASKETBALL
2014-15 SCHEDULE
Date
Opponent
Result
Nov. 6
BLUE MOUNTAIN^
W 72-48
Nov. 14
at Marquette
L 79-63
Nov. 17
at Arkansas State
W 75-73
Nov. 20
CHAMPION BAPTIST W 115-29
Nov. 25
at Bethune-Cookman
W 74-56
Nov. 28
at Nebraska
L 75-64
Dec. 3
at Northern Kentucky
W 71-56
Dec. 6
at Longwood
W 77-67
Dec. 15
at Illinois-Chicago W 81-78 (OT)
Dec. 17
at Illinois State
L 64-54
Dec. 20
PRESBYTERIAN
W 77-60
Dec. 22
at Butler
L 64-37
Dec. 30
MD.-EASTERN SHORE
L 63-60
Jan. 1
CROWLEY’S RIDGE
W 84-61
Jan. 8
EASTERN KENTUCKY*
L 66-58
Jan. 10
MOREHEAD STATE* W 75-72 (OT)
Jan. 15
at Tennessee Tech*
W 63-60
Jan. 17 JACKSONVILLE STATE* W 55-52
Jan. 22
at Belmont*
L 72-67
Jan. 24 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI* W 70-53
Jan. 29
EASTERN ILLINOIS*
W 81-51
Jan. 31
at Murray State*
7 p.m.
Feb. 5
at Austin Peay*
7:30 p.m.
Feb. 7
SIU EDWARDSVILLE*
6 p.m.
Feb. 12
at Southeast Missouri*
8 p.m.
Feb. 14
AUSTIN PEAY*
6 p.m.
Feb. 19
at Eastern Illinois*
7 p.m.
Feb. 21
at SIU Edwardsville*
7 p.m.
Feb. 26
at Tennessee State*
7 p.m.
Feb. 28
MURRAY STATE*
6 p.m.
March 4-7
OVC Tournament$
TBA
Home Games in ALL CAPS and Bold
^ Exhibition
* Ohio Valley Conference Game
$ Municipal Auditorium - Nashville, Tenn.
#1
#2
#4
#22
#31
MURRAY STATE PROBABLE STARTERS
Cameron Payne... 19.3
Jonathan Fairell ... 5.1
Jarvis Williams ... 16.2
TJ Sapp ............. 10.4
Jeffery Moss ...... 11.4
UT MARTIN
SKYHAWKS
PROBABLE
STARTING
LINEUP
ppg, 3.6 rpg, 5.8 apg
ppg, 6.7 rpg, 0.9 apg
ppg, 8.4 rpg, 1.0 apg
ppg, 2.6 rpg, 3.0 apg
ppg, 4.0 rpg, 2.3 apg
#3 Alex Anderson
G, 5-11, 180, Jr.
10.3 PPG, 2.0 RPG,
1.9 APG, 0.5 SPG
SKYHAWKS LOOK TO STAY HOT IN BATTLE OF
TOP TWO OVC WEST TEAMS AT MURRAY STATE
UTM ALL-TIME VS. MSU
Murray State leads 44-4
Last Meeting .............Feb. 27, 2014
Game Result ...... MSU 86, @UTM 72
Streak ............................. MSU W2
First Meeting ................... 1956-57
UTM vs. MSU in Murray ......... 1-23
UTM vs. MSU in Martin .......... 3-20
UT MARTIN
MURRAY STATE
Ohio Valley: 5-2
Away: 6-5
Last 5: 4-1
Last 10: 6-4
Avg. PPG: 70.1
Def. PPG: 62.5
Top Scorer
#24 Deville Smith
14.5 PPG
Top Rebounder
#30 Twymond Howard
6.5 RPG
Top Passer
#24 Deville Smith
4.6 APG
Head Coach
Heath Schroyer
Armstrong Atlantic St., 1995
First Season
Overall: 97-122
At UTM: 13-7
Record: 18-4
Ohio Valley: 8-0
Home: 9-1
Last 5: 5-0
Last 10: 10-0
Avg. PPG: 78.9
Def. PPG: 67.3
Top Scorer
#1 Cameron Payne
19.3 PPG
Top Rebounder
#4 Jarvis Williams
8.4 RPG
Top Passer
#1 Cameron Payne
5.8 APG
Head Coach
Steve Prohm
Alabama, 1997
Fourth Season
Overall: 93-27
At MSU: Same
SKYHAWKS
Record: 13-7
RACERS
PLAYER TO WATCH
#30 Twymond Howard
Junior Forward
Pearl, Miss.
Howard is currently
playing through his
best stretch of the
season, as he has
averaged 18.0 points
while shooting 65.4
percent (17-for-26) in
the last three games.
Included in that spurt
is a dominant effort
against Eastern Illinois
on Thursday, as the
2014 junior college
All-American tallied 22
points and 12 rebounds
for his third doubledouble of the season.
He sank all 10 of his
free throw attempts, becoming just the fourth
Skyhawk in the last eight years to sink at least 10
free throws in a game without a single miss.
The 6-6, 210-pound swingman currently ranks
third in the OVC in minutes played (34.5 per
game) and seventh in rebounding (6.5 per game).
SETTING THE STAGE
The top two teams in the Ohio Valley Conference West standings will clash
when the University of Tennessee at Martin men’s basketball team makes the
short trek to Murray State.
The Skyhawks have won five of their last six contests and are off to their
best OVC start since the 1999-2000 campaign. With a win against the Racers, UT
Martin can improve to 6-2 in league play for the first time in program history.
UT Martin is coming off an impressive 81-51 victory over Eastern Illinois on
Thursday, the program’s first 30-point OVC win since 1997. Twymond Howard (22
points, 12 rebounds) and Marshun Newell (15 points, 11 rebounds) each registered
double-doubles for the Skyhawks, who shot a season-high 60.9 percent.
Murray State outlasted Eastern Kentucky by an 85-78 margin in overtime
on Thursday for its 16th straight win, the third-longest streak in the nation behind
No. 1 Kentucky and No. 2 Virginia. OVC scoring leader Cameron Payne compiled 21
points, 10 rebounds, five assists and six steals for the Racers, who also received
a double-double out of Jarvis Williams (17 points, 11 rebounds).
#24 Deville Smith
G, 6-0, 175, Sr.
14.5 PPG, 3.6 RPG,
4.6 APG, 1.9 SPG
#25 Marshun Newell
G, 6-3, 195, R-Sr.
12.2 PPG, 6.3 RPG,
3.1 APG, 1.0 SPG
#30 Twymond Howard
F, 6-6, 210, Jr.
13.5 PPG, 6.5 RPG,
1.7 APG, 0.8 SPG
#40 Javier Martinez
F, 6-7, 210, So.
5.6 PPG, 3.7 RPG,
0.2 APG, 0.2 SPG
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
TEAM PHOTO/ ROSTER
Front (L to R): Deville Smith, Alex Anderson, Harrison Hawks, CJ Davis, Khristian Taylor, Dee Oldham (no longer with team),
Marshun Newell. Back (L to R): Brandon Hitchman, Terrence Durham, Twymond Howard, Arkeem Joseph, Nick Detlev,
Myles Taylor, Chandler Rowe, Richard Lee, Javier Martinez.
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Name
CJ Davis
Khristian Taylor
Alex Anderson
Richard Lee
Chandler Rowe
Terrence Durham
Harrison Hawks
Brandon Hitchman
Arkeem Joseph
Deville Smith
Marshun Newell
Twymond Howard
Myles Taylor
Javier Martinez
Nick Detlev
Head Coach:
Associate HC:
Assistants:
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Class
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R-Sr.
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So.
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Hometown (Previous School)
Scottsdale, Ariz. (Westwind Prep Academy)
Akron, Ohio (St. Vincent-St. Mary HS)
Memphis, Tenn. (Itawamba CC)
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Northeast HS)
Atlanta, Ga. (North Central HS)
Memphis, Tenn. (South Plains College)
South Fulton, Tenn. (South Fulton HS)
Stratford, England (Westwind Prep Academy)
Brooklyn, NY (Monroe College)
Jackson, Miss. (UNLV)
Memphis, Tenn. (Southwest Tennessee CC)
Pearl, Miss. (Southwest Mississippi CC)
Little Rock, Ark. (Hall HS)
St. Croix, Virgin Islands (St. Louis Christian Academy)
Euclid, Ohio (Andrews Osborne Academy)
Heath Schroyer (Armstrong Atlantic State, 1995), First Season
Anthony Stewart (Mount Union, 1993), First Season
Jermaine Johnson (US Sports Academy, 2007), First Season
John Aiken (Southern Maine, 2008), First Season
DeAndre Walker (Fairmont State, 2004), First Season
Garner Small (Olivet, 2013), First Season
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
10 Chandler Row
24 Duh-ville Smith
25 Mar-shawn Newel (like jewel)
30 Tuh-mond Howard
40 Ha-vee-air Mar-tee-nez
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
PLAYER CAPSULES
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CJ DAVIS
Fr. • G • 6-2 • 170 • Scottsdale, Ariz. (Westwind Prep Academy)
GP
10
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
2.2
0.0 0.1 0.3 0.0
3.3
FG%: .421 • 3FG%: .385 • FT%: .333
KHRISTIAN TAYLOR
Sr. • G • 6-2 • 175 • Akron, Ohio (St. Vincent-St. Mary HS)
GP
6
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
1.0
1.8 0.5 0.2 0.0
5.3
FG%: .500 • 3FG%: .500 • FT%: .500
ALEX ANDERSON
GP
20
Jr. • G • 5-11 • 180 • Memphis, Tenn. (Itawamba CC)
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
10.3 2.0 1.9 0.5 0.0 32.8
FG%: .486 • 3FG%: .412 • FT%: .821
RICHARD LEE
Fr. • G • 6-4 • 200 • Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Northeast HS)
GP
11
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
1.9
0.5 0.0 0.1 0.0
5.8
FG%: .615 • 3FG%: .625 • FT%: .000
CHANDLER ROWE
GP
20
So. • F • 6-7 • 205 • Atlanta, Ga. (North Central HS)
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
1.4
1.6 0.2 0.2 0.1
7.9
FG%: .364 • 3FG%: 1.000 • FT%: .714
TERRENCE DURHAM
R-Jr. • G • 6-3 • 195 • Memphis, Tenn. (South Plains College)
GP
18
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
0.5
0.8 0.8 0.3 0.1
7.1
FG%: .188 • 3FG%: .125 • FT%: .500
HARRISON HAWKS
Fr. • G • 5-10 • 175 • South Fulton, Tenn. (South Fulton HS)
GP
4
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
0.5
0.0 0.5 0.0 0.0
3.5
FG%: .200 • 3FG%: .000 • FT%: .000
BRANDON HITCHMAN
Fr. • F • 6-9 • 215 • Stratford, England (Westwind Prep Academy)
GP
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PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
------------FG%: --- • 3FG%: --- • FT%: ---
• Tallied 3 points in 4 minutes against
Eastern Illinois last time out
• Poured in 22 points in only 33 minutes
of playing time this season
• Scored 5 points (all in the final 27
seconds) against Crowley’s Ridge
• Made collegiate debut vs. Champion
Baptist, scoring 9 points in 16 minutes
• Tallied 1 rebound and 1 assist in 4
minutes vs. Eastern Illinois last time out
• Scored 6 points, grabbed a career-best
9 rebounds and also added 2 assists and
a steal in 16 minutes in his season debut
against Champion Baptist
• Sported a 2:1 assist-to-turnover ratio
(26 to 13) last season
• Has hit a 3-pointer in every game so far
and is shooting 78 percent (7-of-9) from
3-point range over the last 2 games
• Tied a career-high with 16 points vs. EIU
• Tallied career-highs in points (16),
assists (6), rebounds (5) at Illinois-Chicago
• Ranks 6th in OVC in 3FGM (2.0/game),
7th in MPG (32.7) and 9th in 3FG%
• Tallied 3 points and had 1 rebound in 6
minutes vs. Eastern Illinois last time out
• Scored 5 points in a career-high 19
minutes at Belmont on Jan. 22 (had
previously played 33 minutes all season)
• Was perfect from the field (5-of-5,
including 3 three-pointers) for 13 points
in 12 minutes against Champion Baptist
• Tallied 4 points, 4 rebounds and 1
steal in a career-best 22 minutes against
Eastern Illinois last time out
• Had a career-high 6 rebounds vs. SEMO
• Earned first start of the season (third of
his career) at Belmont
• Set career-highs in points (6) and
minutes played (17) vs. Crowley’s Ridge
• Handed out a career-best 4 assists in 11
minutes last time out vs. Eastern Illinois
• Logged a career-high 17 minutes
against Eastern Kentucky on Jan. 8
• Made a clutch free throw with 35
seconds remaining at Longwood
• Tallied career-bests of 6 points, 3 boards
and 3 assists against Champion Baptist
• Played 3 minutes last time out against
Eastern Illinois
• Tallied an assist in only 1 minute of
action against Presbyterian on Dec. 20
• Made his collegiate debut against
Champion Baptist, scoring 2 points with
an assist in 9 minutes of play
• Had 1,172 career points at nearby SFHS
• Will likely redshirt in 2014-15
• Averaged 16 points, 8 rebounds and
5 assists per game while shooting 53
percent from 3-point range last season
at Westwind Prep Academy alongside
teammate CJ Davis
• Graduated from Charnwood College in
Britain before coming to the United States
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
PLAYER CAPSULES
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ARKEEM JOSEPH
GP
20
Jr. • C • 6-9 • 280 • Brooklyn, NY (Monroe College)
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
5.0
2.9 0.3 0.1 0.3 15.8
FG%: .480 • 3FG%: .000 • FT%: .357
DEVILLE SMITH
GP
20
Sr. • G • 6-0 • 175 • Jackson, Miss. (UNLV)
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
14.5 3.6 4.6 1.9 0.8 35.4
FG%: .439 • 3FG%: .319 • FT%: .721
MARSHUN NEWELL
R-Sr. • G • 6-3 • 195 • Memphis, Tenn. (Southwest Tennessee CC)
GP
20
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
12.2 6.3 3.1 1.0 0.1 34.3
FG%: .410 • 3FG%: .404 • FT%: .708
TWYMOND HOWARD
Jr. • F • 6-6 • 210 • Pearl, Miss. (Southwest Mississippi CC)
GP
20
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
13.5 6.5 1.7 0.8 0.7 34.5
FG%: .493 • 3FG%: .346 • FT%: .692
MYLES TAYLOR
GP
7
Sr. • F • 6-7 • 235 • Little Rock, Ark. (Hall HS)
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
11.1 6.0 1.0 0.4 0.4 20.3
FG%: .735 • 3FG%: .000 • FT%: .800
JAVIER MARTINEZ
So. • F • 6-7 • 210 • St. Croix, Virgin Islands (St. Louis Christian Academy)
GP
19
PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
5.6
3.7 0.2 0.2 0.2 16.3
FG%: .695 • 3FG%: .000 • FT%: .800
NICK DETLEV
Fr. • C • 7-2 • 225 • Euclid, Ohio (Andrews Osborne Academy)
GP
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PPG RPG APG SPG BPG MPG
------------FG%: --- • 3FG%: --- • FT%: ---
• Played 3 minutes last time out vs. EIU
• Had career-high 8 rebounds vs. SEMO
• Established new career-highs in points
(18 on 9-of-11 shooting), rebounds (8)
and minutes (36) against Morehead State
• Named OVC Newcomer of the Week
on Dec. 29 after tallying 12 points and 7
rebounds at Butler on Dec. 22
• Named OVC Newcomer of the Week
3 times and OVC Player of the Week once
• Went off for career-high 26 points, 7 assists,
6 rebounds, 5 blocks and 3 steals at UIC
(first D-I player since 2000 with that line)
• Leads the OVC in MPG and ranks 4th in
assists, 4th in steals, 6th in A/TO ratio (1.6),
9th in scoring and 10th in 3FGM (1.9/game)
• Tallied 17 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists
and 2 steals at Murray State on Jan. 5, 2014
• Recorded third double-double of the
season (15 points, 11 rebounds) last time
out against Eastern Illinois
• Ranks 4th in the OVC in MPG, 6th in
A/TO ratio (1.6), 9th in RPG, 10th in AST,
10th in 3FG% and 10th in 3FGM (1.9/game)
• Posted third double-double of the season
(22 points, career-high 12 rebounds) and
was a perfect 10-for-10 from the free
throw line vs. Eastern Illinois last time out
• Went off for 23 points (21 in the second
half) on 9-of-15 shooting at Arkansas St.
• Ranks 3rd in the OVC in minutes and
7th in rebounding
• Out indefinitely after reaggravating
knee injury at Longwood on Dec. 6
• Tallied game-highs of 16 points and
9 rebounds at Bethune-Cookman
• Was 7-for-7 from the floor for 18 points
in 14 minutes against Champion Baptist
• Ranked 2nd in the OVC in FG%, 7th in
FT% and 10th in rebounding before injury
• Averaging 6.9 points and 4.6 rebounds
and shooting 76% in 19.1 minutes per
game since Myles Taylor injury (Dec. 6)
• Tallied a career-high 17 points (6-6
FG, 5-6 FT) to go along with 8 rebounds
against Eastern Kentucky
• Pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds
against Presbyterian on Dec. 20
• Will likely redshirt in 2014-15
• Is the tallest player in program history,
passing 7-footer Ned Rolsma (2000-02)
• Became the first player to score 1,000
career points at Andrews Osborne Academy
• Averaged 19.5 points, 14 rebounds and
6 blocks per game as a senior, leading his
squad to 23 wins and a conference title
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
QUICK HITS
HOT START IN OVC PLAY
The Skyhawks’ 5-2 start in OVC play is
the third time overall and first time since the
1999-2000 campaign that UT Martin began
the conference season with a 5-2 mark (also
happened in 1997-98).
CONVINCING WIN OVER EASTERN ILLINOIS
UT Martin led from wire-to-wire in its 8151 win over Eastern Illinois on Jan. 29. It
marked the first 30-plus point conference
victory for UT Martin since a 92-62 win
against Southeast Missouri on Feb. 20, 1997.
The Skyhawks shot a season-high 60.9
percent (28-for-46) against Eastern Illinois,
who was the OVC’s top team in fewest points
allowed and defensive field goal percentage.
SKYHAWKS’ MAGIC NUMBER: 70
UT Martin is a perfect 11-0 this season
when scoring at least 70 points. In his eight
years as a head coach, Heath Schroyer is 7622 when scoring 70 or more points.
UTM IMPROVEMENT RECOGNIZED BY NCAA
On Jan. 19, Mike Lopresti of NCAA.com
recognized UT Martin as one of 10 midseason
candidates for the All-Improved list. The
Skyhawks were referenced along the likes
of Notre Dame, Maryland, TCU, DePaul, UC
Davis, Hofstra, Cornell, Lamar and Temple.
SKYHAWKS LEANING ON VETERANS
In conference play, UT Martin has four of
the top five players who average the most
minutes played per game. Marshun Newell
(38.1, second), Alex Anderson (36.3, third),
Deville Smith (36.1, fourth), and Twymond
Howard (35.9, fifth) all see the bulk of the
playing time for the Skyhawks.
Overall, Smith leads the league in minutes
played (35.4), followed by Howard (34.5,
third), Newell (34.3, fourth) and Anderson
(32.7, seventh).
SKYHAWKS CRASHING THE BOARDS
UT Martin has won the battle on the glass
in 14 of its 20 games. As a direct result,
the Skyhawks lead the OVC in defensive
rebounding (29.8 per game) and defensive
rebounding percentage (.751).
AVOIDING LETDOWN AGAINST JSU
UT Martin led by 21 points with 15:35
to go against Jacksonville State but later
went scoreless for a span of 8:26 to find
themselves tied at 52-all until a Deville Smith
jumper with 53 seconds remaining provided
the Skyhawks with the go-ahead basket.
ENDING LOSING STREAK AGAINST OVC RIVALS
The Skyhawks’ 63-60 win at Tennessee
Tech marked the first victory over the Golden
Eagles since March 3, 2009 – snapping an
eight-game losing skid to Tennessee Tech.
UT Martin’s 75-72 overtime victory over
Morehead State marked the first win over
the Eagles since Feb. 28, 2009 – snapping a
nine-game losing streak to Morehead State.
UTM PASSES LAST YEAR’S WIN TOTAL
With a 75-72 overtime win over Morehead
State on Jan. 10, the Skyhawks eclipsed their
win total from last season (eight).
The win over Crowley’s Ridge on Jan. 1
was the first time since 1987-88 that UT
Martin has registered eight nonconference
wins heading into conference play.
OFFENSE STRUGGLES AT BUTLER
The Skyhawks had season-lows in points
(37), field goal percentage (.333), threepoint field goals made (two), three-point
field goal percentage (.154) and free throws
made (three) at Butler on Dec. 22. It was
the first time that UT Martin had scored
fewer than 40 points since it scored 35
points at Illinois on Nov. 23, 1998.
SKYHAWKS EARN VOTES IN POLL
UT Martin received one vote in the
College Insider Mid-Major Poll released on
Dec. 18. That marked the first time that the
Skyhawks had tallied votes in that poll since
2008-09, the season of UT Martin’s lone
Ohio Valley Conference championship.
BEST OVERALL START IN 13 YEARS
The Skyhawks’ 7-3 start was the best 10game beginning to a season since the 200102 UT Martin team also went 7-3 to open
the season. Heath Schroyer became just the
second head coach in UT Martin history to
tally seven wins in his first 10 tries, joining
Tom Hancock (1982-83).
ROAD WARRIORS
UT Martin boasts six road victories,
which led the nation in that category for a
majority of the early season. In contrast,
the Skyhawks only had five combined road
wins in the past two years.
UT Martin began the season with eight of
its first nine games on the road, including a
six-game road swing that took place in five
states over a span of 23 days.
SMITH’S HISTORIC EFFORT AT UIC
Deville Smith scored a career-high 26
points with seven assists, a career-best six
rebounds, career-high five blocks and three
steals in UT Martin’s 81-78 overtime victory
at Illinois-Chicago on Dec. 15.
According to STATS, LLC, Smith’s final
stat line marked the first time a player
had 25+ points, 5+ assists, 5+ rebounds,
5+ blocks and 3+ steals in a single game
featuring two NCAA Division-I teams since
Minnesota’s Joel Przybilla accomplished the
feat against Iowa on Jan. 12, 2000.
ALL FIVE STARTERS SCORING IN DROVES
Before starting power forward Myles
Taylor went down with an injury, the
Skyhawks were one of just five teams
nationally to have all five starters averaging
in double-figures in the scoring column,
joining Incarnate Word, St. Bonaventure,
Toledo and UCLA.
MYLES TAYLOR OUT INDEFINITELY
Four-year starter Myles Taylor is currently
sidelined with a pre-existing knee injury. His
return date is unknown.
Taylor, who was selected to the 10-man
Preseason All-OVC team, was averaging
11.1 points on 73.5 percent shooting (25for-34) and a team-best 6.0 rebounds at the
time of his injury, which was suffered at the
end of the first half at Longwood on Dec. 6.
Taylor ranks in the top-10 in seven
different UT Martin career categories: free
throw attempts (549, first); free throws
made (411, second); rebounds (574,
fourth); points (1,342, sixth); field goals
made (455, seventh); blocks (65, eighth)
and field goals attempted (914, ninth).
RECORD-SETTING WIN IN HOME OPENER
In the 115-29 win over Champion Baptist
on Nov. 20, UT Martin set a school record
for biggest margin of victory (previously
76 points against St. Louis Christian in
1991) and also lowest points allowed in the
Division-I era (1992-present).
The Skyhawks used a pair of runs (28-0,
27-0) to break the game open and led by
as many as 89 points late in the contest. All
14 Skyhawks who saw playing time scored
against Champion Baptist.
HUGE COMEBACK AT ARKANSAS STATE
The Skyhawks trailed by 16 points at
halftime and by 19 points with 18:54 left at
Arkansas State on Nov. 17 before staging a
remarkable comeback to win, 75-73.
Twymond Howard helped the Skyhawks
to their first win in Jonesboro since 1968.
He piled up 21 points in a span of 11:19 to
allow UT Martin to keep chipping away at its
deficit. He put the team on his back with 10
points over a stretch of 2:40 at one point
during the second half run.
SMITH REUNITES WITH SCHROYER
The Skyhawk backcourt received a boost
on Sept. 27 when the NCAA approved a
waiver that allowed Deville Smith to play
immediately at UT Martin.
Smith spent the 2013-14 season at
UNLV alongside current Skyhawk head
coach Heath Schroyer, who served as the
Runnin’ Rebels associate head coach. Smith
played in 32 games (18 starts) last season,
averaging 9.7 points, 2.7 assists, 1.7
rebounds and 1.0 steals per game.
Smith played his freshman season (201112) at Mississippi State before transferring
to Southwest Mississippi Community College
for his sophomore campaign in 2012-13.
FRESHMAN WITH MLB CONNECTIONS
Freshman guard CJ Davis grew up with
baseball bloodlines, as his father Mark
Davis played for six Major League Baseball
teams and making two All-Star teams over
a successful 15-year career.
Mark’s best season came in 1989 when
he notched a league-high 44 saves for the
San Diego Padres en route to winning the
National League Cy Young Award.
CJ’s brother Logan is currently playing in
the farm system for the Kansas City Royals,
the 2014 American League champions.
NEWELL’S UTM FAMILY BACKGROUND
Redshirt senior guard Marshun Newell is
the cousin of former Skyhawk All-American
and NBA player Lester Hudson, who earned
a pair of OVC Male Athlete of the Year
awards from 2007-09.
In fact, Newell and Hudson grew up in
the same house in Memphis and attended
the same community college (Southwest
Tennessee) before attending UT Martin.
TOWERING OVER THE COMPETITION
Although he will likely redshirt, freshman
Nick Detlev (7-2) is officially the tallest
player in UT Martin history. He passed
7-footer Ned Rolsma, who played for the
Skyhawks from 2000-02 before embarking
on a successful acting career. Rolsma is
most famously known for his role as Marcus
Eriksen on the television sitcom “How I Met
Your Mother.”
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
HEAD COACH
HEATH SCHROYER
First Season at UTM • Eighth Season Overall
Walkersville, Md. • Armstrong Atlantic State, 1995
THE SCHROYER FILE
HOMETOWN
Walkersville, Md.
BIRTHDATE
March 15, 1972
HIGH SCHOOL
DeMatha High School, 1990
EDUCATION
Armstrong Atlantic State, B.S., 1995
National University, M.S., 1996
FAMILY
Kim (Wife)
Sierra (Daughter)
Hayden (Son)
PAST COACHING CAREER
2011-14
UNLV, Associate Head Coach/
Assistant Coach
2007-11
Wyoming, Head Coach
2005-07
Fresno State, Associate Head Coach
2002-05
Portland State, Head Coach
2001-02
Wyoming, Assistant Coach
1997-01
Brigham Young, Assistant Coach
1996-97
Fresno City College, Assistant Coach
The University of Tennessee at Martin
introduced Heath Schroyer as its ninth men’s
basketball coach in program history on March
20, 2014.
Schroyer, 42, brings 18 years of collegiate
coaching experience to the Skyhawk program,
including seven years as a head coach at the
Division-I level. All six of Schroyer’s stops at a
Division-I institution has culminated in either a
conference championship or postseason play.
A native of Walkersville, Md., Schroyer has
spent the last three seasons at the University
of Nevada, Las Vegas working as the associate
head coach under Dave Rice. The Runnin’
Rebels sported three 20-plus win seasons, a
71-32 overall record (29-19 against Mountain
West Conference opposition) and appearances
in the 2012 and 2013 NCAA Tournaments
in Schroyer’s tenure. He was named a top-15
assistant coach in the nation by Bleacher Report
in 2012-13 and followed that with a top-20
assistant coach in the nation honor by College
Sports Madness for the 2013-14 campaign.
Schroyer coordinated UNLV’s recruiting
efforts since he joined the staff in 2011. The
Runnin’ Rebels’ 2012 recruiting class was
ranked No. 7 in the nation by ESPN and one
year later, UNLV produced Anthony Bennett
- the No. 1 overall selection by the Cleveland
Cavaliers in the 2013 NBA Draft. Bennett joined
Larry Johnson (Charlotte Hornets, 1991) as the
only players in UNLV’s prestigious history be
selected first in the NBA Draft.
UNLV knocked off seven nationally ranked
teams in Schroyer’s first two seasons, including
a win over No. 1 North Carolina in 2011. That
marked UNLV’s first win over the nation’s top
team in 22 years and the first time a MWC
team had defeated the No. 1 ranked team. The
Runnin’ Rebels spent 25 combined weeks in the
national top-25 polls during Schroyer’s first two
seasons, topping out at No. 11 during the 201112 campaign.
The Runnin’ Rebels boasted a pair of
Associated Press All-Americans (Mike Moser in
2012, Bennett in 2013), 10 All-MWC selections,
the two-time MWC Defensive Player of the Year
(Khem Birch in 2013 and 2014) and 2012 MWC
Newcomer of the Year (Moser) in Schroyer’s
time at UNLV.
Schroyer began his collegiate head coaching
career at Portland State, where he took over the
reins in 2002 as the nation’s second youngest
Division-I head coach at age 30.
Schroyer propelled the Portland State
program to new heights from 2002-05. His
teams improved in the win column each season
(jumping up 14 wins from his first to last year),
culminating with a Big Sky Conference regularseason title in 2004-05, which was the school’s
first-ever Division-I championship in any sport.
That season, the Vikings went 19-9 overall with
an 11-3 conference slate. The 19 victories were
the most for the program since the 1958-59
campaign and occurred a year after he guided
Portland State to a top-three turnaround in the
nation during his second year.
At Portland State, Schroyer presided over
six All-BSC honorees, including 2004-05
BSC Player of the Year Seamus Boxley. He
concluded his career as the program’s fourth
all-time leading scorer (1,498 points) and was
also named BSC Defensive Player of the Year in
back-to-back seasons (2003-04, 2004-05).
Schroyer then joined Fresno State University
as an associate head coach under Steve
Cleveland for two seasons, serving as the
Bulldogs’ recruiting coordinator and overseeing
the team’s academic turnaround. Overall, he
coached four All-Western Athletic Conference
performers, including NBA Draft pick Dominic
McGuire.
In Schroyer’s last season on the bench at
Fresno State (2006-07), the Bulldogs went 22-10
with a 10-6 WAC record, earning a trip to the
National Invitation Tournament. That marked
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
the most wins for the program since the legendary Jerry Tarkanian
guided the Bulldogs to 22 wins in 1995-96.
Schroyer parlayed that success into a head coaching gig at the
University of Wyoming from 2007-11. During his four-year head
coaching stint at Wyoming, Schroyer coached seven All-MWC
players, including Brandon Ewing (second all-time leading scorer
in Cowboy history with 2,168 points) and Afam Moujeke (200809 MWC Freshman of the Year after becoming the league’s alltime leading freshman scorer).
Schroyer’s best season at Wyoming was in 2008-09, when he
led the Cowboys to 19 victories and an appearance in the College
Basketball Invitational postseason tournament. He also helped the
program make huge strides academically, as he inherited the worst
Academic Progress Rate (APR) of any sport in the entire MWC.
Schroyer constructed a comprehensive plan that improved the
Cowboys’ men’s basketball APR by 164 points to a program-high
935, which was the third-best turnaround in the nation. He was
also a member of Wyoming’s Academic Integrity Subcommittee
in 2010-11.
Before his head coaching appointment at Portland State,
Schroyer had previously been an assistant coach at Wyoming
under head coach Steve McClain for the 2001-02 season, when
the Cowboys went 22-9 (11-3 MWC) and upset No. 6 Gonzaga
in the first round of the NCAA Tournament before falling to
Arizona. Schroyer was in charge of a ferocious defense that led the
MWC in field goal percentage defense, defensive rebounding and
rebounding margin.
Schroyer’s first Division-I assistant coaching job came at
Brigham Young University, who was a member of the Western
Athletic Conference before joining the MWC for Schroyer’s last
two seasons there.
Joining a Cougar program that had went 1-25 the season
before, Schroyer and Cleveland - the BYU head coach who
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
Schroyer would also work with at Fresno State almost a decade
later - engineered a dramatic turnaround that led to a 46-20 record
and pair of postseason berths in the final two years. The Cougars
went 24-9 overall (10-4 MWC) and made an NCAA Tournament
appearance in 2000-01. The MWC championship in 2000-01 was
BYU’s first conference tournament title since 1992, its first regularseason championship since 1993 and first NCAA Tournament
appearance since 1995. The year before that, the Cougars went 2211 and advanced to the NIT quarterfinals.
Schroyer presided over six all-conference honorees at BYU,
including 2001 MWC Player of the Year and Associated Press AllAmerican Mekeli Wesley.
In a coaching career that began as an assistant coach under
Cleveland at Fresno City College in 1996, Schroyer has recruited
or coached over 60 players who have gone on to play professionally.
He has also shared his extensive basketball knowledge as a
television analyst during the 2011 NCAA Tournament coverage
on The Mtn Channel and during the 2011 CBI on HDNet. He also
served as a television analyst for the Utah Jazz during the 2001
NBA playoffs.
Schroyer started his collegiate playing career at Kings River
Community College in Reedley, Calif., where he earned allconference accolades and led the team to the California Junior
College Final Four in 1992. He concluded his playing career at
Armstrong Atlantic State in Savannah, Ga., where he led the team
to the NCAA Division II Sweet 16 as a senior.
Schroyer prepped at the prestigious DeMatha High School
program in Hyattsville, Md., where he played for the legendary
coach Morgan Wootten, whose 1,274 wins as a head coach are the
second-most in the history of basketball at any level.
Earning his bachelor’s degree in liberal studies from Armstrong
Atlantic State in 1995, Schroyer earned his Master’s degree in
institutional leadership from National University in Fresno, Calif.
in 1996.
Schroyer married the former Kim Ortega of Logandale, Nev.
in May 2014. He has one daughter, Sierra (17) and a son, Hayden
(12) from a previous marriage.
SCHROYER YEAR-By-YEAR
YEAR
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05*
2007-08
2008-09^
2009-10
2010-11
2014-15
TOTALS
SCHOOL
Portland State
Portland State
Portland State
Wyoming
Wyoming
Wyoming
Wyoming
UT Martin
8 seasons
OVERALL
5-22
11-16
19-9
12-18
19-14
10-21
8-15
13-7
97-122
*Conference Championship
^ CBI Postseason Appearance
CONF
3-11
5-9
11-3
5-11
7-9
3-13
1-8
5-2
40-66
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
SCOUTING MURRAY STATE
UT MARTIN QUICK FACTS
Founded: 1900; Senior College, 1951
Enrollment: 7,423
Nickname: Skyhawks
Colors: Navy Blue and Orange
Affiliation: NCAA Division I
Conference: Ohio Valley
Chancellor: Dr. Thomas A. Rakes
Director of Athletics: Julio Freire
Athletics Web Site: www.UTMSports.com
UTM BASKETBALL PERSONNEL
Head Coach: Heath Schroyer
Alma Mater: Armstrong Atlantic State, 1995
Career Record: 97-122 (8th year)
UTM Record: 13-7 (1st year)
Associate Head Coach: Anthony Stewart
Alma Mater: Mount Union, 1993
Tenure at UT Martin: First season
Assistant Coach: Jermaine Johnson
Alma Mater: US Sports Academy, 2007
Tenure at UT Martin: First season
Assistant Coach: John Aiken
Alma Mater: Southern Maine, 2008
Tenure at UT Martin: First season
Strength/Development: DeAndre Walker
Alma Mater: Fairmont State, 2004
Tenure at UT Martin: First season
Graduate Assistant: Garner Small
Alma Mater: Olivet, 2013
Tenure at UT Martin: First season
UTM BASKETBALL QUICK FACTS
2013-14 Overall Record: 8-23
2013-14 OVC Record: 3-13 (12th, 6th West)
Postseason: None
Players Returning/Lost: 7/8
Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2
Newcomers: 9
Arena: Kathleen and Tom Elam Center
Arena Capacity: 5,000
Press Row Number: (731) 881-7694
First Year of Basketball: 1951
All-Time Basketball Record: 705-919
All-Time OVC Record: 146-257
All-Time OVC Tournament Record: 3-9
OVC Tournament Appearances: 9
Last OVC Tournament Appearance: 2013
OVC Championships: 1 (2008-09 Season)
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
RECORD:
ALL GAMES
CONFERENCE
NON-CONFERENCE
##
Player
gp-gs
min
01
04
31
22
23
02
12
00
24
34
14
PAYNE, Cameron
WILLIAMS, Jarvis
MOSS, Jeffery
SAPP, T.J.
SEYMOUR, Justin
FAIRELL, Jonathan
RAMBO, Tyler
LANGSTON, Wayne
FLOMO, Kedrick
GILMORE, Terron
MARTIN JR, Jeff
Team
Total..........
Opponents......
22-22
22-22
22-22
22-22
22-0
22-22
19-0
21-0
21-0
11-0
7-0
694
674
719
636
454
444
254
225
244
64
17
22
22
4425
4427
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
Murray State
Opponents
OVERALL
18-4
8-0
10-4
Total
3-Point
avg fg-fga
fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%
31.5
30.6
32.7
28.9
20.6
20.2
13.4
10.7
11.6
5.8
2.4
MUR
1736
78.9
+11.6
609-1241
.491
169-423
.400
7.7
349-510
.684
15.9
792
36.0
+3.3
354
16.1
263
12.0
+2.0
1.3
179
8.1
74
3.4
42622
10-4262
-
1st 2nd
870 851
717 755
HOME
9-1
3-0
6-1
OT
15
8
155-325
128-218
87-179
75-168
64-136
45-87
25-41
16-29
9-44
3-7
2-7
.477
.587
.486
.446
.471
.517
.610
.552
.205
.429
.286
47-125
0-0
38-87
39-99
36-77
0-0
0-0
0-0
8-30
0-0
1-5
F-Throw
ft-fta
ft%
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
68-88
101-149
39-45
40-51
26-41
22-43
26-41
11-27
6-8
8-13
2-4
off
Rebounds
def tot
.773
.678
.867
.784
.634
.512
.634
.407
.750
.615
.500
NEUTRAL
1-2
0-0
1-2
avg
pf dq
14 66 80 3.6 38
78 106 184 8.4 58
23 66 89 4.0 50
7 50 57 2.6 51
7 44 51 2.3 47
64 83 147 6.7 68
11 21 32 1.7 21
18 33 51 2.4 41
2 22 24 1.1 26
5 11 16 1.5 18
0
1
1 0.1
1
26 34 60
1
609-1241 .491 169-423 .400 349-510 .684 255 537 792 36.0 420
504-1233 .409 141-422 .334 331-459 .721 258 462 720 32.7 419
OPP
1480
67.3
504-1233
.409
141-422
.334
6.4
331-459
.721
15.0
720
32.7
263
12.0
307
14.0
0.9
122
5.5
65
3.0
42483
9-4542
3-535
.376
.000
.437
.394
.468
.000
.000
.000
.267
.000
.200
AWAY
8-1
5-0
3-1
Date
11/14/14
11/18/14
11/20/14
11/24/14
11/28/14
11/29/14
11/30/14
12/03/14
12/06/14
12/13/14
12/17/14
12/20/14
12/22/14
12/30/14
01/03/15
01/08/15
01/11/15
01/15/15
01/17/15
01/22/15
01/24/15
01/29/15
Opponent
HOUSTON
at Middle Tennessee
BRESCIA
at Xavier
vs Portland
vs Valparaiso
vs Drake
BETHEL (TN)
WESTERN KY.
at Evansville
ALCORN ST.
ILLINOIS ST.
at Southern Illinois
ALABAMA A&M
at Morehead State
at Tennessee Tech
at Jacksonville State
BELMONT
TENNESSEE ST.
at Eastern Illinois
at SIUE
EASTERN KY.
a
to blk stl
0 128
3 22
0 50
2 65
1 28
2 19
0 13
1
2
0 25
0
1
0
1
54
34
22
38
29
32
13
13
17
9
0
2
9 354 263
- 263 307
L
W
W
L
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
Wot
pts
avg
425
357
251
229
190
112
76
43
32
14
7
19.3
16.2
11.4
10.4
8.6
5.1
4.0
2.0
1.5
1.3
1.0
74 179 1736
65 122 1480
78.9
67.3
11
20
2
2
6
20
3
7
3
0
0
49
21
26
23
16
20
6
4
10
3
1
Score
74-77
68-49
89-56
62-89
61-64
58-93
68-59
102-66
93-81
81-79
94-56
89-77
83-71
76-39
66-57
83-67
84-57
92-77
91-72
77-62
60-54
85-78
Att.
5056
4024
3497
9446
509
593
504
3283
5312
5083
2717
2979
5511
3039
4247
1683
3196
5960
5484
4542
3145
5295
* - Conference game
Totals
1736
1480
2014-15 ROSTER
No. Name
Pos.
Ht.
Wt.
Cl.
Hometown
0
Wayne Langston
F
6-7
225
Jr.
Upper Marlboro, Md.
1
Cameron Payne
G
6-2
180
So.
Memphis, Tenn.
2
Jonathan Fairell
F
6-7
265
Sr.
Miami, Fla.
4
Jarvis Williams
F
6-8
215
Sr.
Macon, Ga.
12
Tyler Rambo
F
6-5
220
Jr.
Grandview, Mo.
14
Jeff Martin
G
5-11
155
So.
Katy, Texas
22
TJ Sapp
G
6-3
190
Sr.
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
23
Justin Seymour
G
6-3
210
So.
Atlanta, Ga.
24
Kedrick Flomo
G
6-1
180
Fr.
Winston-Salem, NC
31
Jeffery Moss
F
6-4
188
Jr.
Madison, Ala.
33
Gee McGhee
F
6-4
210
Jr.
Baton Rouge, La.
34
Terron Gilmore
F
6-7
230
Jr.
Jackson, Miss.
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS
Date
Nov. 14
Nov. 17
Nov. 20
Nov. 25
Nov. 28
Dec. 3
Dec. 6
Dec. 15
Dec. 17
Dec. 20
Dec. 22
Dec. 30
Jan. 1
Jan. 8
Jan. 10
Jan. 15
Jan. 17
Jan. 22
Jan. 24
Jan. 29
Jan. 31
Feb. 5
Feb. 7
Feb. 12
Feb. 14
Feb. 19
Feb. 21
Feb. 26
Feb. 28
March 4
March 5
March 6
March 7
Opponent
at Marquette
at Arkansas State
Champion Baptist
at Bethune-Cookman
at Nebraska
at Northern Kentucky
at Longwood
at Illinois-Chicago
at Illinois State
Presbyterian
at Butler
Md.-Eastern Shore
Crowley’s Ridge
Eastern Kentucky
Morehead State
at Tennessee Tech
Jacksonville State
at Belmont
Southeast Missouri
Eastern Illinois
at Murray State
at Austin Peay
SIU Edwardsville
at Southeast Missouri
Austin Peay
at Eastern Illinois
at SIU Edwardsville
at Tennessee State
Murray State
OVC Tournament
OVC Tournament
OVC Tournament
OVC Tournament
G
Smith
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
G
Newell
Newell
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
G/F
Howard
Howard
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
Newell
F
MTaylor
MTaylor
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howard
Howard
Rowe
Howard
Howard
F/C
Joseph
Joseph
MTaylor
MTaylor
MTaylor
MTaylor
MTaylor
Joseph
Joseph
Joseph
Joseph
Joseph
Martinez
Martinez
Martinez
Martinez
Martinez
Martinez
Martinez
Martinez
SKYHAWKS’ RECORD WHEN...
Playing
Playing
Playing
Playing
Playing
at home.......................................................... 7-2
on the road .................................................... 6-5
on a neutral floor ........................................... 0-0
day games...................................................... 3-0
night games ................................................. 10-7
Playing
Playing
Playing
Playing
Playing
Playing
Playing
Playing
Playing
Playing
Playing
Playing
in November................................................... 3-2
in December ................................................... 4-3
in January ...................................................... 6-2
in February..................................................... 0-0
in March ......................................................... 0-0
on a Monday ................................................... 2-1
on a Tuesday .................................................. 1-1
on a Wednesday ............................................. 1-1
on a Thursday ................................................ 4-2
on a Friday ..................................................... 0-2
on a Saturday ................................................. 5-0
on a Sunday ................................................... 0-0
Playing in overtime..................................................... 2-0
Playing in double overtime ......................................... 0-0
Playing in triple overtime ........................................... 0-0
Leading at halftime................................................... 11-2
Trailing at halftime ..................................................... 1-4
Tied at halftime .......................................................... 1-1
Game is decided by single digits ................................. 5-3
Game is decided by 10 or more points ........................ 8-4
Leading with 5 minutes left in second half ................ 12-1
Trailing with 5 minutes left in second half .................. 0-4
Tied with 5 minutes left in second half ....................... 1-2
Leading with 2 minutes left in second half ................ 12-0
Trailing with 2 minutes left in second half .................. 0-7
Tied with 2 minutes left in second half ....................... 1-0
Scoring
Scoring
Scoring
Scoring
less than 60 points......................................... 1-3
60-69 points .................................................. 1-4
70-79 points .................................................. 7-0
80 or more points .......................................... 4-0
Shooting under 40 percent ......................................... 0-2
Shooting 40-50 percent .............................................. 8-5
Shooting over 50 percent ........................................... 5-0
Opponent shoots under 40 percent ............................. 5-0
Opponent shoots 40-50 percent.................................. 7-6
Opponent shoots over 50 percent ............................... 1-1
Making more 3-pointers than opponent ...................... 8-3
Making less/same 3-pointers than opponent .............. 5-4
Shooting more free throws than opponent................ 12-2
Opponent shoots more/same free throws .................. 1-5
Outrebounding opponent .......................................... 11-3
Opponent outrebounds UT Martin/same amount ........ 2-4
Forcing more turnovers than committing .................... 4-2
Committing more/same turnovers than opponent ...... 9-5
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS
GAME 1
1
GAME 2
2
F
Points:
Rebounds:
Assists:
Steals:
Blocks:
2
F
1
2
F
30 33 63
23 52 75
14 15 29
38 41 79
39 34 73
58 57 115
Friday, Nov. 14
Bradley Center - Milwaukee, Wis.
UTM: 0-1 / MU: 1-0
HIGH
1
GAME 3
UTM
MU
Smith (12)
Johnson (20)
MTaylor (11)
Anderson (7)
Newell (3)
Carlino (7)
3 Tied (1)
Anderson/Johnson (4)
Newell (1)
Johnson/DeWilson (2)
Monday, Nov. 17
Convocation Center - Jonesboro, Ark.
UTM: 1-1 / ASU: 0-1
HIGH
Points:
Rebounds:
Assists:
Steals:
Blocks:
UTM
ASU
Howard (23)
MTaylor (9)
Smith (5)
Smith (5)
None
Livingston (26)
Livingston (9)
Golden (3)
3 Tied (2)
Livingston (1)
Thursday, Nov. 20
Elam Center - Martin, Tenn.
UTM: 2-1 / CBC: 1-8
HIGH
UTM
CBC
Points:
MTaylor (18)
Hurst (13)
Rebounds: Howard/KTaylor (9)
Hurst (5)
Assists:
Smith (9)
Johnson (3)
Steals:
4 Tied (2)
4 Tied (1)
Blocks:
MTaylor (3) Hurst/Linville (1)
SKYHAWKS BATTLE BUT FALL
79-63 IN SEASON OPENER
AT MARQUETTE
UTM GRINDS OUT 75-73
COMEBACK VICTORY
AT ARKANSAS STATE
SKYHAWKS COAST TO 115-29
WIN OVER CHAMPION BAPTIST
IN HOME OPENER
The University of Tennessee at Martin
men’s basketball team gave a valiant effort
in its season opener at Marquette before
falling by a 79-63 margin at the BMO Harris
Bradley Center.
Down by 19 points early in the second
half, the University of Tennessee at Martin
men’s basketball team staged a comeback
for the ages at Arkansas State, downing the
Red Wolves by a 75-73 victory to give firstyear head coach Heath Schroyer his first
win as a Skyhawk.
A pair of school records were broken as the
University of Tennessee at Martin men’s
basketball team soared to a 115-29 victory
over Champion Baptist in the Kathleen and
Tom Elam Center.
A trio of newcomers led the Skyhawks in
scoring in head coach Heath Schroyer’s
UT Martin debut, led by Deville Smith’s
12 points. Twymond Howard and Alex
Anderson each added 11 points for UT
Martin while Marshun Newell provided
nine points, five rebounds and a team-high
three assists.
Myles Taylor snared a game-high 11
rebounds in only 15 minutes of play
before fouling out, helping the Skyhawks
outrebound their Big East Conference
opponent by a 34-25 margin.
Marquette was led by Jajuan Johnson,
who scored a game-high 20 points. Juan
Anderson (16 points, seven rebounds),
Matt Carlino (11 points, seven assists) and
Deonte Burton (10 points) also cracked
double-figures in the scoring column for
the Golden Eagles.
Down by 43-24 with 18:54 left, Howard and
Newell put the Skyhawks on their back to
post UT Martin’s first victory in Jonesboro
since 1968. The duo combined to score 33
of UT Martin’s 52 points in the final 20
minutes to snap a seven-game skid against
the perennial Sun Belt Conference power.
Howard poured in 21 of his team-best 23
points in the second half, shooting 9-for15 from the floor to go along with five
rebounds, three assists and a steal in 37
minutes. Newell tallied 12 of his 15 points
in the final half, connecting on a careerhigh four 3-pointers (in five attempts).
Myles Taylor narrowly missed a doubledouble with 11 points and nine rebounds
while the backcourt of Deville Smith (11
points, five assists, five steals and three
rebounds) and Alex Anderson (nine points,
three steals) helped UT Martin shoot 56.7
percent (17-for-30) in the second half.
Arkansas State was led by Anthony
Livingston’s 26 points and nine rebounds.
Cameron Golden (17) and Sean Gardner
(15) also reached double-figures in the
scoring column for the Red Wolves.
UT Martin set a school record for biggest
margin of victory (previously 76 points
against St. Louis Christian on Jan. 5, 1991)
and also lowest points allowed in the
Division-I era (1992-present).
All 14 Skyhawks who saw playing time
scored, as no UT Martin player logged
more than 18 minutes of time on the court.
Myles Taylor scored a game-high 18 points
with three blocks for the Skyhawks while
Alex Anderson and Richard Lee (5-for-5
shooting, 3-for-3 from three-point range in
collegiate debut) added 13 points apiece.
Twymond Howard scored 12 points with a
career-best nine rebounds while Marshun
Newell tallied 10 points for the Skyhawks.
Deville Smith handed out a career-high
nine assists (against zero turnovers) and
Khristian Taylor set a new career-high with
nine rebounds.
As a team, UT Martin shot 60.6 percent
(43-for-71), including 14 three-pointers in
29 attempts, falling one trifecta short of the
school record.
Champion Baptist, a member of the
Association of Christian College Athletics
located in Hot Springs, Ark., was led by 13
points and five rebounds out of Stephen
Hurst. The Tigers shot 23.1 percent (12-for52) from the floor for the contest.
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS
GAME 4
1
2
GAME 5
F
2
F
1
2
F
38 36 74
27 37 64
32 39 71
27 29 56
40 35 75
22 34 56
Tuesday, Nov. 25
Moore Gym - Daytona Beach, Fla.
UTM: 3-1 / MU: 2-3
HIGH
1
GAME 6
UTM
Points:
MTaylor (16)
Rebounds:
MTaylor (9)
Assists:
Smith/Oldham (5)
Steals:
MTaylor/Smith (2)
Blocks:
Smith (3)
BCU
Trapp (11)
Brewer (6)
Kynard (3)
Dulin (2)
None
Friday, Nov. 28
Pinnacle Bank Arena - Lincoln, Neb.
UTM: 3-2 / UN: 4-1
Wednesday, Dec. 3
Bank of Kentucky Center - Highland Heights, Ky.
UTM: 4-2 / NKU: 3-4
HIGH
HIGH
UTM
UN
Points:
Howard (18)
Pitchford (19)
Rebounds:
Smith (6)
Rivers (6)
Assists:
Smith (6)
Petteway (8)
Steals:
Smith/Newell (3) Petteway (2)
Blocks:
Oldham/Joseph (1) 3 Tied (1)
UTM
NKU
Points:
Newell/Anderson (15) Persons (15)
Rebounds:
Newell (11)
CJackson (5)
Assists:
Newell (5)
3 Tied (2)
Steals:
Newell (2)
Camps/Billups (2)
Blocks:
Howard/Smith (1)
3 Tied (1)
UTM FLIES HIGH FOR
THIRD STRAIGHT WIN,
74-56 AT BETHUNE-COOKMAN
FOUR CRACK DOUBLE-FIGURES
IN SCORING BUT SKYHAWKS
FALL 75-64 AT NEBRASKA
NEWELL’S DOUBLE-DOUBLE
LEADS UTM TO CONVINCING
71-56 WIN AT NKU
A balanced scoring attack and hard-nosed
defense lifted the University of Tennessee
at Martin men’s basketball team to its
third consecutive victory as the Skyhawks
defeated Bethune-Cookman by a 74-56
margin.
The University of Tennessee at Martin men’s
basketball team went toe-to-toe with Big
Ten Conference member Nebraska before
the Cornhuskers claimed a 75-64 win at
Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Redshirt senior guard Marshun Newell
accumulated his third career doubledouble to propel the University of
Tennessee at Martin men’s basketball team
to a resounding 71-56 victory at Northern
Kentucky.
The Skyhawks boasted six players with
eight or more points, led by Myles Taylor’s
16 points. The senior forward out of Little
Rock, Ark. went 4-for-6 from the floor and
sank all eight of his free throw attempts
while adding nine rebounds in 23 minutes.
Marshun Newell tied a career-high with
four 3-pointers, scoring 15 points in 20
minutes. Twymond Howard rode a strong
first half to 14 points and seven rebounds
while the backcourt trio of Alex Anderson,
Deville Smith (five assists, four rebounds,
three blocks, two steals) and Dee Oldham
(five assists, seven rebounds and a steal)
also added eight points apiece for UT
Martin, who shot 52.4 percent (11-for-21)
in the second half and knocked down 88.5
percent of its free throw attempts (23-for26) for the game.
Bethune-Cookman was led by Mikel Trapp
(11 points) and Denzel Dulin (10 points).
The Skyhawk defense held the Wildcats
to 34.9 percent shooting for the contest
(15-for-43) while winning the battle on the
glass (37-28) for the fourth straight game.
The Skyhawks were within four points with
nine minutes left to play in front of the crowd
of 15,987 – the second-largest attended game
in school history. UT Martin stayed within
single-digits for a majority of the time the
rest of the way until the Cornhuskers made
five of six free throws in the final minute.
Twymond Howard led four Skyhawks
in double-figures in the scoring column,
pouring in 18 points on 8-of-12 shooting.
Deville Smith put on a shooting exhibition
midway through the second half, finishing
with 15 points on a career-best five
3-pointers, game-high six rebounds, teambest six assists and game-high three steals.
Myles Taylor sank all seven of his free throw
attempts on his way to 11 points tonight
while Alex Anderson added 10 points for
UT Martin, who knocked down 11 threepointers but committed 18 turnovers and
lost the rebounding battle (34-25) for the first
time all season.
Nebraska, who was ranked at No. 21
nationally for the first two weeks of the
season, was led by 19 points on six 3-pointers
by Walter Pitchford, who entered tonight’s
contest shooting 6.3 percent from threepoint range. Preseason All-American Terran
Petteway scored 18 points with a game-high
eight assists to round out the double-digit
scorers for Nebraska. The Skyhawks held
Shavon Shields, who was the nation’s fifthleading scorer, to five points.
Newell tallied game-highs of 15 points,
11 rebounds, five assists and two steals
in 39 minutes of action for the Skyhawks.
It marked the third time this season that
the Memphis, Tenn. native had scored 15
points while the 11 rebounds equaled a
career-high set against Belmont on Jan. 11,
2014. It also was UT Martin’s first doubledouble of the season by any player.
With the win, the Skyhawks surpass their
road win total from last season. First-year
head coach Heath Schroyer also joins Tom
Hancock (1982-83) as the only coaches
in UT Martin history to win at least four
games in their first six tries.
Alex Anderson added 15 points on 6-of9 shooting for UT Martin while Deville
Smith (14 points) and Twymond Howard
(10 points) also cracked double-figures for
the Skyhawks. Myles Taylor (eight points,
4-for-4 from the floor) helped UT Martin
shoot 61.9 percent (13-for-21) in the second
half while winning the battle on the glass
by a 37-22 margin.
Northern Kentucky was led by Tayler
Persons’ 15 points while Tyler White and
Chad Jackson contributed 12 and 10 points,
respectively.
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS
GAME 7
1
GAME 8
2
2
OT
F
1
2
F
35 42 77
33 32 16 81
18 36 54
22 45 67
25 40 13 78
28 36 64
Saturday, Dec. 6
Willett Hall - Farmville, Va.
UTM: 5-2 / LU: 3-6
HIGH
1
F
GAME 9
UTM
LU
Points:
Smith (16)
Taylor (26)
Rebounds: Howard/Oldham (5) Nwogbo (6)
Assists:
Smith/MTaylor (3) Obi-Rapu (2)
Steals:
Smith/Howard (2)
5 Tied (1)
Blocks:
Howard (2)
Geter (1)
Monday, Dec. 15
UIC Pavilion - Chicago, Ill.
UTM: 6-2 / UIC: 3-8
HIGH
Points:
Rebounds:
Assists:
Steals:
Blocks:
UTM
UIC
Smith (26)
Howard (10)
Smith (7)
Smith (3)
Smith (5)
Burns (24)
Brown/Harris (6)
Burns (5)
Brown (3)
Odiase (4)
Wednesday, Dec. 17
Redbird Arena - Normal, Ill.
UTM: 6-3 / ISU: 6-3
HIGH
Points:
Rebounds:
Assists:
Steals:
Blocks:
UTM
ISU
Smith (16)
Howard (8)
Anderson (5)
Smith (2)
None
Knight (18)
McIntosh (9)
Knight (5)
3 Tied (2)
Lynch (2)
SKYHAWKS PULL AWAY
FOR 77-67 ROAD WIN
AT LONGWOOD
SMITH POWERS UTM TO
81-78 OVERTIME VICTORY
AT ILLINOIS-CHICAGO
SKYHAWKS BATTLE BUT
FALL 64-54 AT MVC POWER
ILLINOIS STATE
The University of Tennessee at Martin
men’s basketball team passed another road
test with flying colors with a 77-67 triumph
over Big South Conference member
Longwood at Willett Hall.
Senior guard Deville Smith affected the
game in all phases to help guide the
University of Tennessee at Martin men’s
basketball team to an 81-78 overtime road
victory at Illinois-Chicago.
The University of Tennessee at Martin
men’s basketball team left it all on the floor
but fell 64-54 at Missouri Valley Conference
member Illinois State at Redbird Arena.
Smith tallied a career-best 26 points, seven
assists, career-high six rebounds, careerhigh five blocks and three steals in 36
minutes of play – all while battling foul
trouble for a majority of the second half
and overtime. He made eight of his 15 field
goal attempts and knocked down 10 of his
14 shots from the free throw line to help the
Skyhawks improve to 6-2 for the first time
since the 2002-03 campaign.
The Skyhawks trailed by 10 points at the
halftime break but came out on fire in the
second half, knocking down their first 10
shot attempts to take a five-point advantage
with 11:20 to play. The score was knotted at
52-all with just under four minutes to play
before Illinois State closed out the game on
a 12-2 run.
UT Martin led by as many as 15 points in
the second half but Longwood made a late
run to get within seven points with 8:15 to
go. Sophomore forward Javier Martinez
then played big down the stretch, scoring
eight of the Skyhawks’ 10 points during
a span of 3:33 to help UT Martin stretch
its lead back out to 15 points with four
minutes remaining.
Martinez, who entered the game with a
total of 10 points in 41 minutes played in
five games this season, tallied 10 points
and four huge rebounds in 11 minutes.
Joining Martinez in double-figures was
Deville Smith and Twymond Howard, who
each poured in 16 points for UT Martin.
Marshun Newell added 10 points for the
Skyhawks, who torched the nets for a 57.1
percent (24-for-42) shooting night.
Twymond Howard added his first career
double-double with 14 points and 10
rebounds for UT Martin while Alex
Anderson set new career-high totals in
points (16), assists (six), rebounds (five)
and minutes played (44). Marshun Newell
also added double-figures in the scoring
column with 12 points for UT Martin, who
led by as many as 17 points and never
trailed despite playing without four-year
starter Myles Taylor (knee injury) for the
first time all season.
Illinois-Chicago was led by Paris Burns’ 24
Longwood was led by a game-high 26 points off the bench while Marc Brown (23
points out of Quincy Taylor. Shaquille points) and Jay Harris (18 points) also led
Johnson and Lotanna Nwogbo added 11 the Flames, who turned the ball over only
six times but shot just 38 percent (27-for-71)
points apiece for the Lancers.
from the floor.
Deville Smith led UT Martin in scoring
for the second straight game, pouring in
16 points while playing all 40 minutes.
Marshun Newell also played the duration
of tonight’s game, scoring 14 points while
Twymond Howard compiled 11 points
and a team-best eight rebounds for the
Skyhawks. Alex Anderson added nine
points, six rebounds and a game-high
five assists for UT Martin, who shot 58.3
percent (14-for-24) in the second half.
Illinois State was led by Daishon Knight,
who scored all of his 18 points in the
second half. Reggie Lynch scored 12 points
while Justin McCloud compiled 11 points
to round out the double-figure scorers for
the Redbirds.
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS
GAME 10
1
GAME 11
2
F
F
1
2
F
23 14 37
26 37 63
33 44 77
31 33 64
26 34 60
UTM
Points:
Rebounds:
Assists:
Steals:
Blocks:
2
24 36 60
Saturday, Dec. 20
Elam Center - Martin, Tenn.
UTM: 7-3 / PC: 4-8
HIGH
1
GAME 12
PC
Smith (23)
Truss/Downing (12)
Martinez (10)
Truss (8)
Smith (9)
Anderson (10)
Smith (1)
Terry (1)
Martinez (2) Anderson/Truss (1)
Monday, Dec. 22
Hinkle Fieldhouse - Indianapolis, Ind.
UTM: 7-4 / BU: 9-3
HIGH
Points:
Rebounds:
Assists:
Steals:
Blocks:
UTM
BU
Joseph (12)
Joseph (7)
3 Tied (2)
Newell (3)
Joseph (1)
Chrabascz (17)
Woods (9)
Woods (3)
Barlow (3)
Wideman (2)
Tuesday, Dec. 30
Elam Center - Martin, Tenn.
UTM: 7-5 / UMES: 8-8
HIGH
UTM
UMES
Points:
Smith (15)
Walker (16)
Rebounds:
Newell (10)
Myers (10)
Assists:
Newell/Howard (3)
Myers (6)
Steals:
Smith (2)
Martin/Blackmon (2)
Blocks:
Smith/Howard (1)
3 Tied (1)
UTM CRUISES TO
77-60 HOME VICTORY
OVER PRESBYTERIAN
SKYHAWKS FALL
64-37 AT BIG EAST
POWER BUTLER
UTM FALLS IN HEARTBREAKING
FASHION TO MARYLANDEASTERN SHORE, 63-60
In its first home game in a month, the
University of Tennessee at Martin men’s
basketball team sped past the visiting
Presbyterian Blue Hose by a 77-60 margin
in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center.
Arkeem Joseph established new careerhighs in scoring and rebounding for the
University of Tennessee at Martin men’s
basketball team but the Skyhawks fell
in a tough 64-37 loss to Butler at Hinkle
Fieldhouse.
The University of Tennessee at Martin men’s
basketball team held a lead with under a
minute to play but Maryland-Eastern Shore
closed out the contest with four unanswered
points to escape with a 63-60 win at the
Kathleen and Tom Elam Center.
The Skyhawks led for all but 1:29 of the
contest this evening and turned a ninepoint halftime lead into a 21-point lead
midway through the second half. UT
Martin committed only three turnovers
while shooting 58 percent (29-for-50) from
the floor.
Deville Smith led the Skyhawks in scoring
for the fourth straight game, pouring in 23
points while tying a career-high with five
3-pointers. He also tied a career-high with
nine assists against only one turnover in 39
minutes of play.
Twymond Howard added 16 points this
evening, joining Alex Anderson (12 points
on four 3-pointers) and Marshun Newell
(11 points, nine rebounds, six assists) in
double-figures. Javier Martinez also made
a huge impact off the bench, scoring nine
points to go along with career-highs of 10
rebounds and two blocks in 27 minutes for
UT Martin, who won the rebounding battle
(29-24) and shot 52.4 percent (11-for-21)
from three-point range.
Presbyterian was led by William Truss’
12 points and eight rebounds. Jordan
Downing also compiled 12 points while
Austin Anderson handed out a game-high
10 assists for the Blue Hose.
Joseph also contributed a career-high 32
minutes, scoring 12 points to go along
with seven rebounds for UT Martin. He
made five of his eight shot attempts and
also blocked a shot for the Skyhawks,
who forced Butler into 16 turnovers but
struggled offensively with season-lows in
points (37) and field goal percentage (33.3
percent).
Butler, who has spent a majority of the
season ranked in the top-25, was led by
Andrew Chrabascz’s 17 points. Kellen
Dunham (15 points) and Kelan Martin (10
points) also chipped in with double-figures
in the scoring column for the Bulldogs.
The Skyhawks led for a majority of the first
half before the game was tied at 26-all at the
halftime break. After UT Martin accounted
for the first bucket of the second half,
Maryland-Eastern Shore held on to a lead
until UT Martin went ahead 54-53 with 3:27
to go. The two sides then swapped seven
leads in the waning stages, as the Skyhawks
held on to a 60-59 advantage until a turnover
and three missed three-pointers in the final
23 seconds came back to haunt UT Martin.
Deville Smith led the Skyhawks with 15
points while Marshun Newell amassed
his fourth career double-double with 14
points and 10 rebounds. Twymond Howard
(nine points, seven rebounds, three assists)
and Javier Martinez (nine points on 3-of3 shooting and 3-for-3 from the free throw
line) also nearly cracked double-figures
for UT Martin, who committed only five
turnovers for the game but shot 38.6 percent
from the field and 22.2 percent from threepoint range.
Maryland-Eastern Shore was paced by
Devon Walker’s 16 points while Michael
Myers tallied 14 points, 10 rebounds and
six assists. The Hawks shot 51.1 percent (24for-47) for the contest en route to their third
straight road win.
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS
GAME 13
1
GAME 14
2
F
Points:
Rebounds:
Assists:
Steals:
Blocks:
2
1
F
2
OT
F
25 36 61
29 37 66
35 29 8 72
31 53 84
31 27 58
35 29 11 75
Thursday, Jan. 1
Elam Center - Martin, Tenn.
UTM: 8-5 / CRC: 9-3
HIGH
1
GAME 15
UTM
CRC
Smith (17)
Howard (9)
Smith (7)
Smith (6)
3 Tied (1)
Cooper (26)
Guess (10)
Walker (7)
Shepard (2)
Guess (2)
Thursday, Jan. 8
Elam Center - Martin, Tenn.
UTM: 8-6 (0-1) / EKU: 9-5 (1-0)
HIGH
UTM
EKU
Points:
Martinez (17)
Walden (21)
Rebounds: Newell/Martinez (8) Richardson (11)
Assists:
Newell (7)
Walden (5)
Steals:
Anderson (1)
McGlone (3)
Blocks:
None
Stutz (1)
Saturday, Jan. 10
Elam Center - Martin, Tenn.
UTM: 9-6 (1-1) / MSU: 6-12 (1-2)
HIGH
UTM
Points:
Newell (20)
Rebounds:
Joseph (8)
Assists:
Smith/Newell (4)
Steals:
Smith (2)
Blocks:
Howard (1)
MSU
Storey (22)
Collins (9)
3 Tied (3)
Storey (3)
3 Tied (2)
SKYHAWKS PULL AWAY
FOR 84-61 HOME VICTORY
OVER CROWLEY’S RIDGE
UTM FIGHTS BUT COMES UP
JUST SHORT AGAINST
EASTERN KENTUCKY, 66-58
SKYHAWKS CLAIM FIRST OVC
WIN IN 75-72 OVERTIME THRILLER
OVER MOREHEAD STATE
All five University of Tennessee at Martin
starters reached double-figures in the
scoring column as the Skyhawk men’s
basketball team raced past Crowley’s Ridge
College by a 84-61 margin at the Kathleen
and Tom Elam Center.
The University of Tennessee at Martin
men’s basketball team led for a majority
of the game against defending Ohio Valley
Conference champion Eastern Kentucky
but the Colonels made enough plays down
the stretch to hand the Skyhawks a 66-58
loss at the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center.
Marshun Newell poured in a seasonbest 20 points – six of which came in the
overtime period – to help the University of
Tennessee at Martin men’s basketball team
seize a 75-72 victory over Morehead State
at the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center.
Deville Smith led UT Martin in scoring for
the seventh time this season, pouring in
17 points to go along with seven assists,
a career-best six steals and five rebounds.
Alex Anderson tied a career-high with 16
points while Twymond Howard racked up
15 points and a team-high nine rebounds.
Marshun Newell (13 points, eight
rebounds, five assists) and Javier Martinez
(season-high 12 points) rounded out the
top scorers for the Skyhawks, who shot
57.6 percent in the second half on their way
to matching last season’s win total.
The lead changed hands seven times in the
first six-plus minutes until UT Martin took
a lead with 11:44 to go in the first half. That
lead lasted until the 4:32 mark of the second
half, as Corey Walden – last season’s OVC
Tournament Most Valuable Player – scored
12 of his game-high 21 points in the second
half to lead Eastern Kentucky to the win.
The win was the first Ohio Valley
Conference victory in the young career
of first-year Skyhawk head coach Heath
Schroyer and also gave UT Martin nine
wins – one more than the program tallied
all of last season. The victory also was UT
Martin’s first over Morehead State since
Feb. 28, 2009 – snapping a nine-game
losing skid to the Eagles.
Crowley’s Ridge, an Association of
Christian College Athletics member
located in Paragould, Ark., was guided
by Quinn Cooper’s 26 points and eight
rebounds. Roy Marshall (15 points) and
Skylor Guess (13 points, 10 rebounds) also
led the Pioneers, who were forced into 21
turnovers by the Skyhawk defense.
The Skyhawks were led by a career
performance out of sophomore forward
Javier Martinez. The 6-7, 210-pound native
of St. Croix, Virgin Islands made all six of
his field goal attempts and added five free
throws in six attempts for a career-best 17
points to go along with eight rebounds in
35 minutes. Deville Smith added 12 points
while Marshun Newell (11 points, eight
rebounds, seven assists) had a great allaround performance for the Skyhawks,
who had 19 assists on 20 made baskets.
In addition to Walden, Eastern Kentucky
was led by Denzel Richardson’s doubledouble of 14 points and 11 rebounds.
Timmy Knipp (14 points) and Eric Stutz
(13 points) also reached double-figures in
the scoring column for the Colonels, who
shot 17.4 percent from three-point range (4for-23) but committed only five turnovers.
A trio of Skyhawk newcomers joined
Newell with double-figures in the scoring
column. Deville Smith had 18 points (five
of which came in overtime), while Arkeem
Joseph established new career-highs in
points (18), rebounds (eight) and minutes
played (36) tonight. Twymond Howard
chipped in 14 points and seven rebounds
for the Skyhawks, who made four of their
six field goal attempts and both free throw
shots in overtime.
Morehead State was led by Kareem Storey’s
22 points. Brent Arrington and Angelo
Warner also added 15 points apiece for
the Eagles, who were held to 16.7 percent
shooting (1-for-6) in the overtime period.
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS
GAME 16
1
2
GAME 17
F
2
F
1
2
F
34 29 63
22 30 52
32 35 67
32 28 60
34 21 55
23 49 72
Thursday, Jan. 15
Eblen Center - Cookeville, Tenn.
UTM: 10-6 (2-1) / TTU: 9-9 (1-4)
HIGH
1
GAME 18
UTM
Points:
Smith (16)
Rebounds:
Newell (7)
Assists:
Smith/Newell (5)
Steals:
Howard (2)
Blocks:
Smith (1)
TTU
Jackson (21)
Jackson (10)
Rowe (8)
McKay (2)
Jackson (2)
Saturday, Jan. 17
Elam Center - Martin, Tenn.
UTM: 11-6 (3-1) / JSU: 8-12 (1-5)
HIGH
Points:
Rebounds:
Assists:
Steals:
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JSU
Newell (17)
Howard (12)
Smith (5)
4 Tied (1)
3 Tied (1)
Moore/Drumwright (17)
Hunter (6)
Townser/Rackley (3)
3 Tied (2)
Hunter (2)
Thursday, Jan. 22
Curb Event Center - Nashville, Tenn.
UTM: 11-7 (3-2) / BU: 12-7 (4-2)
HIGH
Points:
Rebounds:
Assists:
Steals:
Blocks:
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BU
Smith (19)
Bradds (22)
Howard (8)
Bradds (10)
Smith (3)
Chamberlain (5)
Smith/Newell (2) Chamberlain (3)
Howard (2)
Laidig (1)
UTM DIALS UP 63-60
ROAD WIN AT IN-STATE
OVC RIVAL TENNESSEE TECH
SKYHAWKS ENDURE LATE RALLY
TO PICK UP 55-52 OVC WIN
OVER JACKSONVILLE STATE
UTM BATTLES UNTIL THE END
BUT FALLS AT OVC POWER
BELMONT, 72-67
Long range accuracy and several late-game
defensive stops propelled the University of
Tennessee at Martin men’s basketball team
to a big 63-60 Ohio Valley Conference road
victory over Tennessee Tech.
The University of Tennessee at Martin
men’s basketball team staved off a furious
comeback attempt by Jacksonville State
to earn a 55-52 victory over Ohio Valley
Conference rival Jacksonville State at the
Kathleen and Tom Elam Center.
The University of Tennessee at Martin
men’s basketball team led for a majority of
the contest at Belmont but the host Bruins
took a late lead and escaped with a 72-67
win at the Curb Event Center.
The win was the Skyhawks’ first against
Tennessee Tech since March 3, 2009 –
snapping an eight-game losing skid against
the Golden Eagles.
As a team, the Skyhawks sank 10 threepointers – the fourth time this season that
UT Martin had knocked down doubledigit treys in a game. Conversely, the
Skyhawks held Tennessee Tech to 27.3
percent shooting (6-for-22) from beyond
the three-point arc.
Deville Smith led UT Martin in scoring
for the eighth time this season, tallying
16 points while burying four 3-pointers
in the process. Twymond Howard and
Alex Anderson also added 11 points for
the Skyhawks, who also received seven
points, seven rebounds and five assists out
of Marshun Newell.
Tennessee Tech was led by Charles
Jackson’s 21 points and 10 rebounds.
Torrance Rowe also chipped in with 14
points and eight assists for the Golden
Eagles, who had won seven of their eight
home games entering the contest.
The Skyhawks led by 21 points with
15:35 left to play in the second half before
Jacksonville State used a 26-5 run to even
the score with 2:49 remaining. UT Martin
senior guard Deville Smith then accounted
for the final three points of the contest to
help the Skyhawks to the victory. The
win marks the fourth 3-1 start to the OVC
season in program history and first since
the 2002-03 campaign.
Marshun Newell tossed in 17 points to
go along with seven rebounds while
Twymond Howard notched his second
career double-double with 10 points and
a career-best 12 rebounds for UT Martin.
Smith chipped in 11 points, six rebounds
and five assists for the Skyhawks, who
attempted a season-low 10 three-pointers
but connected on six trifectas.
Jacksonville State was led by Avery Moore
and Malcolm Drumwright, who each
scored 17 points to lead the Gamecocks’
second half charge.
UT Martin continuously led from the 5:23
mark of the first half until 3:31 remaining
in the second half, leading by as many as
11 points in the second half until Belmont
used a critical 13-2 run late in the game to
claim the victory.
The Skyhawks were led by Deville Smith’s
19 points – all of which came in the second
half. Twymond Howard added 15 points
and a team-high eight rebounds while
Marshun Newell contributed 15 points for
UT Martin, who shot 49.1 percent (26-for53) and outrebounded the Bruins by a 3331 margin.
Evan Bradds’ double-double of 22 points
and 10 rebounds lifted Belmont. Craig
Bradshaw scored 21 points while Reece
Chamberlain added 14 points for the
Belmont, who was tabbed as the OVC East
preseason favorite.
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS
GAME 19
1
2
GAME 20
F
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Assists:
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2
F
32 21 53
22 29 51
40 30 70
43 38 81
Saturday, Jan. 24
Elam Center - Martin, Tenn.
UTM: 12-7 (4-2) / SEMO: 9-11 (3-4)
HIGH
1
UTM
SEMO
Smith (18)
Newell (9)
Smith (4)
Smith (3)
None
Jones (21)
Johnson (7)
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Johnson (4)
Thursday, Jan. 29
Elam Center - Martin, Tenn.
UTM: 13-7 (5-2) / EIU: 12-9 (6-3)
HIGH
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EIU
Howard (22)
Howard (12)
Smith (6)
Smith/Rowe (1)
Howard (1)
TAnderson (14)
TAnderson (5)
TAnderson/Smith (3)
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SKYHAWKS SURGE PAST
OVC WEST RIVAL
SOUTHEAST MISSOURI, 70-53
UTM LEADS FROM WIRE-TOWIRE IN BIG 81-51 OVC WIN
OVER EASTERN ILLINOIS
Four Skyhawks poured in double-figures in
the scoring column to help the University of
Tennessee at Martin men’s basketball team
pick up a 70-53 Ohio Valley Conference
home victory over Southeast Missouri.
The University of Tennessee at Martin men’s
basketball team never trailed and saw two
players tally double-doubles in a convincing
81-51 victory over Ohio Valley Conference
rival Eastern Illinois at the Kathleen and
Tom Elam Center.
UT Martin led for over 27 minutes of the
game and did not trail after the 3:12 mark
of the first half. The Skyhawks shot 53.8
percent from three-point range (7-for-13)
and won the rebounding battle by a 37-26
margin.
The win marks the first 30-plus point
conference victory for UT Martin since the
Skyhawks defeated Southeast Missouri by a
92-62 margin on Feb. 20, 1997.
Deville Smith tossed in 18 points to lead
UT Martin, while Twymond Howard
accumulated 17 points for the Skyhawks.
Alex Anderson scored 13 points while
Marshun Newell racked up 12 points and
a game-high nine rebounds for UT Martin.
Southeast Missouri was led by 21 points
out of Isiah Jones. Antonius Cleveland
pitched in with 11 points for the Redhawks,
who were playing without leading scorer
Jarekious Bradley.
Twymond Howard accumulated 22 points –
one point shy of his career-high total – and
grabbed 12 rebounds for his third doubledouble of the season for UT Martin. Howard
became just the fifth Skyhawk in the last
eight years to make at least 10 free throws in
a game without a miss (10-for-10). Marshun
Newell also tallied his third double-double
of the season with 15 points and 11 rebounds
for the Skyhawks, who shot a season-high
60.9 percent (28-for-46) against the OVC’s
top team in fewest points allowed and
defensive field goal percentage.
The Skyhawks also placed Alex Anderson in
double figures in scoring, as he tied a careerhigh with 16 points on 6-of-8 shooting,
including four 3-pointers in five tries.
Deville Smith added 12 points and a gamehigh six assists for UT Martin, who doubled
up the Panthers on the glass (37 to 19).
Eastern Illinois was led by Trae Anderson’s
14 points while Dylan Chatman added 12
points for the Panthers, who were playing
without leading scorer and rebounder Chris
Olivier.
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THE LAST TIME IT HAPPENED
FOR UT MARTIN
AGAINST UT MARTIN
UTM as a team...
Scored 100+ points.................................. 115 vs. Champion Baptist (11/20/14)
Scored fewer than 40 points .......................................... 37 at Butler (12/22/14)
Shot 50-59% FG.....................58.0 percent (29-50) vs. Presbyterian (12/20/14)
Shot 60% FG or better ........60.9 percent (28-46) vs. Eastern Illinois (1/29/15)
Shot less than 30% FG ................ 27.5 percent (19-69) at Arkansas (12/19/13)
Made 30+ free throws ................................... 30 at SIU Edwardsville (1/24/11)
Attempted more than 30 free throws ........... 37 vs. Tennessee Tech (2/20/14)
Had 10+ blocks ................................................ 10 at Illinois-Chicago (12/15/14)
Grabbed less than 20 rebounds .................. 19 vs. Tennessee Tech (12/31/11)
Grabbed 40-49 rebounds................................ 40 vs. Crowley’s Ridge (1/1/15)
Grabbed 50+ rebounds ............................ 53 vs. Champion Baptist (11/20/14)
Grabbed 15-19 offensive rebounds .............. 16 vs. Crowley’s Ridge (1/1/15)
Grabbed 20+ offensive rebounds ......................... 22 vs. Austin Peay (1/5/13)
Handed out 20-24 assists ................................ 21 vs. Crowley’s Ridge (1/1/15)
Handed out 25+ assists ............................ 31 vs. Champion Baptist (11/20/14)
Made 10+ three-pointers .................................. 10 at Tennessee Tech (1/15/15)
Did not make a 3-pointer .......................................... vs. Murray State (2/3/01)
Played an overtime game .................... W 75-72 vs. Morehead State (1/10/15)
Played a multiple overtime game............. L (3OT), 77-73 vs. Arkansas State
.................................................................................................................. (11/16/13)
Opponent as a team...
Scored 100+ points....................................................102 at Arkansas (12/19/13)
Scored fewer than 40 points ................... 29 vs. Champion Baptist (11/20/14)
Shot 50-59% FG... 51.1 percent (24-47) vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (12/30/14)
Shot 60% FG or better .... 64.0 percent (32-50) at Eastern Kentucky (1/30/14)
Shot less than 30% FG ...23.1 percent (12-52) vs. Champion Baptist (11/20/14)
Made 30+ free throws .............................................33 at Murray State (1/5/14)
Attempted more than 30 free throws .... 35 vs. Southeast Missouri (2/22/14)
Had 10+ blocks ................................................. 11 vs. Tennessee Tech (2/20/14)
Grabbed less than 20 rebounds .....................19 vs. Eastern Illinois (1/29/15)
Grabbed 40-49 rebounds..................................... 41 at Illinois State (12/17/14)
Grabbed 50+ rebounds ............................................54 at Cincinnati (11/11/12)
Grabbed 15-19 offensive rebounds ............... 18 at Morehead State (1/18/14)
Grabbed 20+ offensive rebounds ...................21 vs. Morehead State (3/6/13)
Handed out 20-24 assists ................................... 20 vs. Presbyterian (12/20/14)
Handed out 25+ assists ...................................26 vs. Morehead State (1/19/13)
Made 10+ three-pointers ..........................................10 at Longwood (12/6/14)
Played an overtime game ....................W 81-78 at Illinois-Chicago (12/15/14)
Played a multiple overtime game............. L (3OT), 77-73 vs. Arkansas State
.................................................................................................................. (11/16/13)
A UTM player...
Scored 20-29 points .... Twymond Howard (22) vs. Eastern Illinois (1/29/15)
Scored 30-39 points .................. Mike Liabo (32) at Morehead State (1/18/14)
Scored 40+ points........... Lester Hudson (41) at Central Arkansas (12/31/08)
Made 10-14 free throws ...Twymond Howard (10) vs. Eastern Illinois (1/29/15)
Made 15+ free throws ... Benzor Simmons (16) at SIU Edwardsville (1/24/11)
Had a double-double....... Twymond Howard (22 points, 12 rebounds) and
........ Marshun Newell (15 points, 11 rebounds) vs. Eastern Illinois (1/29/15)
Had a pts-ast double-double ............Marshun Newell (11 points, 10 assists)
..................................................................................vs. Tennessee State (1/13/14)
Had 5+ blocks ........................ Deville Smith (5) at Illinois-Chicago (12/15/14)
Grabbed 10-14 rebounds... Twymond Howard (12) vs. Jacksonville State (1/17/15)
Grabbed 15-19 rebounds................Djero Riedewald (15) vs. Elon (11/22/08)
Grabbed 20+ rebounds ................Darrell Smith (27) vs. Maryville (12/20/80)
Handed out 7-9 assists ... Marshun Newell (7) vs. Eastern Kentucky (1/8/15)
Handed out 10+ assists ... Marshun Newell (10) vs. Tennessee State (1/13/14)
Made 5-7 three-pointers .......... Deville Smith (5) vs. Presbyterian (12/20/14)
Made 8+ three-pointers ........ Lester Hudson (8) vs. Tennessee Tech (3/3/09)
Completed a 4-point play ................... Reuben Clayton vs. Bradley (2/19/11)
An opposing player...
Scored 20-29 points ............Isiah Jones (21) vs. Southeast Missouri (1/24/15)
Scored 30-39 points ...................... Travis Betran (32) vs. Austin Peay (3/1/14)
Scored 40+ points......................... Josh Gomes (40) at Eastern Illinois (2/7/04)
Made 10-14 free throws ................ Jeffrey Moss (14) at Murray State (1/5/14)
Had a double-double...........................Evan Bradds (22 points, 10 rebounds)
................................................................................................ at Belmont (1/22/15)
Had a pts-ast double-double ... Jeremiah Samarrippas (20 points, 10 assists)
.................................................................................. vs. Tennessee Tech (2/20/14)
Had 5+ blocks ...................... Keaton Jackson (6) at SIU Edwardsville (2/8/14)
Grabbed 10-14 rebounds.................... Evan Bradds (10) at Belmont (1/22/15)
Grabbed 15-19 rebounds............. Chris Horton (16) vs. Austin Peay (3/1/14)
Grabbed 20+ rebounds ..... Kenneth Faried (20) at Morehead State (12/2/10)
Handed out 7-9 assists ......... Torrance Rowe (8) at Tennessee Tech (1/15/15)
Handed out 10+ assists .... Austin Anderson (10) vs. Presbyterian (12/20/14)
Made 5-7 three-pointers .... Avery Moore (5) vs. Jacksonville State (1/17/15)
Made 8+ three-pointers .......................Joe Sibbitt (8) at Austin Peay (1/24/98)
Two UT Martin players had…
20+ points ........................................ Myles Taylor (25) and Terence Smith (20)
..................................................................................vs. Tennessee State (1/13/14)
25+ points .................................Marquis Weddle (39) and Lester Hudson (28)
................................................................................................ vs. Samford (3/4/08)
Double-doubles ................ Twymond Howard (22 points, 12 rebounds) and
........ Marshun Newell (15 points, 11 rebounds) vs. Eastern Illinois (1/29/15)
UTM had…scorers in double-figures
Four ..... Twymond Howard (22), Alex Anderson (16), Marshun Newell (15)
.................................................. Deville Smith (12) vs. Eastern Illinois (1/29/15)
Five ...........Deville Smith (17), Alex Anderson (16), Twymond Howard (15),
...... Marshun Newell (13), Javier Martinez (12) vs. Crowley’s Ridge (1/1/15)
Six ....Myles Taylor (25), Terence Smith (20), Dee Oldham (15), Mike Liabo (13),
...........Marshun Newell (11), Justin Childs (10) vs. Tennessee State (1/13/14)
Seven................Andres Irarrazabal (15), Troy King (11), Terence Smith (11),
......................... Benzor Simmons (11), Mike Liabo (11), Reuben Clayton (10),
.............................................. Dane Smith (10) vs. Southeast Missouri (1/20/11)
Two opposing players had…
20+ points ..................................... Evan Bradds (22) and Craig Bradshaw (21)
................................................................................................ at Belmont (1/22/15)
Double-doubles .................................Zac Swansey (19 points, 11 assists) and
....................Jud Dillard (14 points, 11 rebounds) at Tennessee Tech (1/13/11)
Opponent had…scorers in double-figures
Four ...........Corey Walden (21), Denzel Richardson (14), Timmy Knipp (14),
.......................................................Eric Stutz (13) vs. Eastern Kentucky (1/8/15)
Five ...........................TJ Sapp (20), Cameron Payne (17), Jarvis Williams (14),
...................... Jeffrey Moss (12), Dexter Fields (12) vs. Murray State (2/27/14)
Six ...........Bruce Carter (22), Kevin Thomas (16), Danero Thomas (11), Tyler
..Holloway (11), Tony Easley (10), Ray George (10) at Murray State (3/1/08)
Seven.....Jared Prickett (21), Tony Delk (17), Roderick Rhodes (16), Antoine
........ Walker (15), Andre Riddick (11), Mark Pope (11), Walter McCarty (10)
............................................................................................at Kentucky (11/26/94)
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
AROUND THE OVC
LEAGUE STANDINGS
(Games through Jan. 30)
East Division
Belmont
Morehead State
Eastern Kentucky
Tennessee Tech
Jacksonville State
Tennessee State
West Division
Murray State
UT Martin
Eastern Illinois
SIU Edwardsville
Southeast Missouri
Austin Peay
W
6
5
3
2
2
1
W
8
5
6
5
3
2
L
2
3
4
7
7
6
L
0
2
3
4
5
5
CONFERENCE
Pct. Home Away
.750
4-0
2-2
.625
1-2
4-1
.429
1-1
2-3
.222
2-3
0-4
.222
2-3
0-4
.143
1-3
0-3
Pct. Home Away
1.000 3-0
5-0
.714
4-1
1-1
.667
3-2
3-1
.556
4-1
1-3
.375
1-3
2-2
.286
1-2
1-3
THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE
Wednesday, January 28
*Morehead State 82, @Austin Peay 69
Thursday, January 29
[email protected] Martin 81, Eastern Illinois 51
[email protected] 103, Jacksonville State 82
[email protected] State 64, Tennessee Tech 56
*SIU Edwardsville 75, @Southeast Missouri 61
[email protected] State 85, Eastern Kentucky 78 (OT)
Saturday, January 31
*Tennessee Tech at Belmont, 2 p.m.
*Eastern Kentucky at Morehead State, 3:15 p.m.
*SIU Edwardsville at Eastern Illinois, 3:15 p.m.
*Southeast Missouri at Austin Peay, 7 p.m.
*UT Martin at Murray State, 7 p.m.
*Jacksonville State at Tennessee State, 7:30 p.m.
*Ohio Valley Conference Game
Strk
W4
W3
L3
L1
L2
W1
Strk
W8
W2
L3
W1
L2
L1
W
14
10
11
10
9
4
W
18
13
12
9
9
7
L
7
13
9
12
14
18
L
4
7
9
11
12
14
OVERALL
Pct. Home Away
.667
8-2
6-5
.435
3-5
6-7
.550
5-3
6-6
.455
8-3
2-9
.391
8-3
1-11
.182
4-5
0-12
Pct. Home Away
.818
9-1
8-1
.650
7-2
6-5
.571
6-3
5-5
.450
8-3
1-8
.429
6-4
3-7
.333
5-3
1-10
Neut Strk
0-0
W4
1-1
W3
0-0
L3
0-0
L1
0-0
L2
0-1
W1
Neut Strk
1-2 W16
0-0
W2
1-1
L3
0-0
W1
0-1
L2
1-1
L1
Teleconference Call-In Dates
Monday, Feb. 16
*Monday, March 2
*There will be a joint teleconference on the Monday before
the OVC Tournament begins, involving all 16 coaches (men’s
and women’s) who make the field. The schedule will be set
and released at the conclusion of the regular season (two days
prior to the call), depending on tournament seeding.
The call will start at 9 a.m. CST.
Men’s Schedule
Call opens ........................................................................ 9:55 a.m.
Jeff Neubauer, Eastern Kentucky............................... 10:00 a.m.
Steve Prohm, Murray State ......................................... 10:05 a.m.
Sean Woods, Morehead State ..................................... 10:10 a.m.
Rick Byrd, Belmont ...................................................... 10:15 a.m.
Dave Loos, Austin Peay ............................................... 10:20 a.m.
Jay Spoonhour, Eastern Illinois .................................. 10:25 a.m.
Lennox Forrester, SIU Edwardsville ......................... 10:30 a.m.
James Green, Jacksonville State ................................. 10:35 a.m.
Dickey Nutt, Southeast Missouri ............................... 10:40 a.m.
Heath Schroyer, UT Martin ........................................ 10:45 a.m.
Dana Ford, Tennessee State ........................................ 10:50 a.m.
Steve Payne, Tennessee Tech ...................................... 10:55 a.m.
Teleconference Information
Following each week’s calls, clips of each coach’s comments
will be made available at OVCSports.com for download.
If any media would like audio files e-mailed to them, the
OVC office will make those available as well as making them
available on a FTP site. Interested media members are asked
to contact Kyle Schwartz, OVC Assistant Commissioner for
Media Relations, at [email protected]
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME
#0 CJ DAVIS
#2 KHRISTIAN TAYLOR
Freshman • Guard • 6-2 • 170
Scottsdale, Ariz.
Westwind Prep Academy
Senior • Guard • 6-2 • 175
Akron, Ohio
St. Vincent-St. Mary HS
Davis 2014-15 Game-By-Game
KTaylor 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
N14 @Marq
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
N14 @Marq
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
N17 @ArkSt
N17
@ArkSt
@Ark
St ---
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt -----
---
-----
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
N20 ChBapt 16
3-7
2-5 1-3
0-0-0
0
9
N20 ChBapt 16
2-2
1-1 1-2
1-8-9
1
2
1
0
1
6
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n -----
---
-----
-----
DNP
--- ------- --- ----- ----- ---
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n 2
0-0
0-0
00-0
-0 0-0
0-1-1
0-1-1
0
0
0
0
0
0
N28 @Neb
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
N28 @Neb
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
-----
---
-----
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
-----
---
-----
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
D6 @Lngwd ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
D6 @Lngwd ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
---
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- ------- --- --- --- --- ---
---
1
0
0
2
D17 @IllSt
2
0-1
0-1 0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
D17 @IllSt
---
---
---
---
DNP
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
1
1-1
1-1
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
2
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0
D22 @Butler
1
0-1
0-1 0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
D22 @Butler ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
D30 UM
UMES
ES
3
00-0
-0
0-0 00-00
0-0-0
00-0-0-00
0
0
0
0
0
0
D30 UM
UMES
ES
---
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
0
2-2
1-1 0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
1
5
J1 CrowRdg 7
0-2
0-1 0-0
0-0-0
0
00-0
-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
J8
-----
---
-----
DNP
--- ------- --- ----- ----- ---
-----
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J10 Morehd
1
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0
J15 @TTU
@TTU
3
11-3
-3
1-3 00-00
0-0-0
00-0-0-00
0
0
0
0
0
3
J15 @TTU
@TTU
---
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
J17
0
0
0
0
0
J17
0
0
0
1
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont -----
-----
---
-----
DNP
D
NP
--- ----- ----- --- ----- -----
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont -----
-----
---
-----
DNP
D
NP
--- ----- ----- --- ----- -----
J24 SEMO
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J24 SEMO
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J29
4
1-3
1-3
11-2
-2 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0
J29
4
0-0
0-0
00-0
-0 0-0
0-1-1
0-1-1
0
EIU
EIU
0
0
0
0
3
JaxSt
0
0
J10 Morehd --JaxSt
0
0
0
0-1
0-1
EKU
EKU
0
0
J8
1
0
0
J1 CrowRdg 1
EKU
EKU
0
0
EIU
EIU
J31 @Murray
J31 @Murray
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F7
F7
SIUE
1
0
0
0
0
SIUE
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F14 APSU
F14 APSU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F21 @SIUE
F21 @SIUE
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F28 Murray
F28 Murray
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
Davis Career Highs
KTaylor Career Highs
Points ...............................................9 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Field Goals ......................................3 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Field Goal Attempts .......................7 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
3-Pointers Made .............................2 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
3-Pointers Attempted .....................5 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Free Throws Made .........................1 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Free Throw Attempts .....................3 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Rebounds .......................................................................................None
Assists ..............................................1 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Blocked Shots ................................................................................None
Steals................................................2 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Minutes Played .............................16 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Points ............................................................. 14 at Lipscomb (12-8-12)
Field Goals ...................................................... 5 at Lipscomb (12-8-12)
Field Goal Attempts ....................................... 8 at Lipscomb (12-8-12)
3-Pointers Made ......1 (4 times), last vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
3-Pointers Attempted ..................................... 3 at Lipscomb (12-6-11)
Free Throws Made ........... 3 (twice), last vs. Eastern Illinois (1-23-14)
Free Throw Attempts ..................................... 7 at Lipscomb (12-8-12)
Rebounds ........................................9 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Assists ................................................. 10 vs. Kennesaw State (12-1-12)
Blocked Shots ................1 (4 times), last vs. Tennessee Tech (2-20-14)
Steals.......................................................3 at Kennesaw State (2-14-12)
Minutes Played ............................................. 32 at Lipscomb (12-8-12)
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME
#3 ALEX ANDERSON
#4 RICHARD LEE
Junior • Guard • 5-11 • 180
Memphis, Tenn.
Itawamba CC
Freshman • Guard • 6-4 • 200
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Northeast HS
Anderson 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Lee 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
N14 @Marq
N14 @Marq
18
4-5
2-3 1-2
0-0-0
1
1
2
0
0
11
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt 26
26
3-8
3-8
1-5 2-2
2-2
0-1-1
0-1-11
0-1-
3
1
1
0
3
9
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt -----
---
-----
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
N20 ChBapt 17
5-8
3-5 0-0
0-1-1
0
1
0
0
1
13
N20 ChBapt 12
5-5
3-3 0-0
1-1-2
0
0
0
0
0
13
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n 26
26
22-5
-5
2-4 22-22
0-1-1
00-1-1-11
0
0
3
0
0
8
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n 7
0-1
0-1
00-1
-1 0-0
0-1-1
0-1-1
1
0
1
0
0
0
N28 @Neb
28
4-7
2-4 0-0
0-2-2
2
2
0
0
1
10
N28 @Neb
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
36
36
6-9
6-9
2-4 1-2
1-2
0-4-4
0-4-44
0-4-
2
0
2
0
1
15
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
-----
---
-----
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
D6 @Lngwd 29
1-2
1-2 4-4
0-1-1
1
0
3
0
0
7
D6 @Lngwd ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
44 5-11
5-11 4-7
4-7 2-2
1-4-5
1-4-5
1
6
3
0
0
16
16
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
0-0
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0-00
0-0-
1
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
5
0
0
0
0
0
D17 @IllSt
37
4-8
1-5 0-0
2-4-6
0
5
1
0
1
9
D17 @IllSt
1
0-1
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
37
37
4-7
4-7
4-6 0-0
0-0
0-1-1
0-1-11
0-1-
3
2
0
0
0
12
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
D22 @Butler 36
2-9
2-5 0-0
0-2-2
1
2
1
0
1
6
D22 @Butler
1
0-1
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
D30 UM
UMES
ES
1-9
1-9 1-3
1-9
1-3
0-0-0
0-0-0
1
2
0
0
0
4
D30 UM
UMES
ES
---
-----
-----
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
33
---
J1 CrowRdg 33 6-11 1-5 3-3
0-2-2
2
4
0
0
0
16
J1 CrowRdg 1
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0
J8
0-3-3
00-3-3-33
3
1
4
0
1
7
J8
---
-----
DNP
--- ------- --- ----- ----- ---
J10 Morehd ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J15 @TTU
@TTU
---
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
EKU
EKU
3311
22-9
-9
1-8 22-22
J10 Morehd 40
1-4
1-3 1-2
0-0-0
3
3
1
0
0
4
J15 @TTU
@TTU
39
4-8
3-6 0-0
3-6
0-0
0-1-1
0-1-1
1
0
0
0
0
11
J17
JaxSt
EKU
EKU
-----
-----
0
0
0
0
0
37
4-6
1-2 0-0
0-2-2
0
2
0
0
0
9
J17
4
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont 39
3-7
3-7
11-5
-5 2-2
0-5-5
0-5-5
2
2
1
0
0
9
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont 19
2-4
2-4
11-3
-3 0-0
0-1-1
0-1-1
2
0
0
0
1
5
J24 SEMO
36
4-5
3-4 2-2
0-2-2
0
2
3
0
0
13
J24 SEMO
6
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-1-1
0
0
0
0
0
0
J29
3333
66-8
-8
4-5 00-00
0-1-1
00-1-1-11
1
1
0
0
0
16
J29
6
1-1
1-1
11-1
-1 0-0
0-1-1
0-1-1
0
0
1
0
0
3
EIU
EIU
JaxSt
EIU
EIU
J31 @Murray
J31 @Murray
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F7
F7
SIUE
SIUE
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F14 APSU
F14 APSU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F21 @SIUE
F21 @SIUE
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F28 Murray
F28 Murray
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
Anderson Career Highs
Lee Career Highs
Points ............................ 16 (3 times), last vs. Eastern Illinois (1-29-15)
Field Goals ..................... 6 (3 times), last vs. Eastern Illinois (1-29-15)
Field Goal Attempts .......11 (twice), last vs. Crowley’s Ridge (1-1-15)
3-Pointers Made ............ 4 (3 times), last vs. Eastern Illinois (1-29-15)
3-Pointers Attempted .......... 9 vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (12-30-14)
Free Throws Made ........................................ 4 at Longwood (12-6-14)
Free Throw Attempts .................................... 4 at Longwood (12-6-14)
Rebounds .................................................. 6 at Illinois State (12-17-14)
Assists .................................................. 6 at Illinois-Chicago (12-15-14)
Blocked Shots ................................................................................None
Steals.......................................................3 at Arkansas State (11-17-14)
Minutes Played ................................. 44 at Illinois-Chicago (12-15-14)
Points .............................................13 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Field Goals ......................................5 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Field Goal Attempts .......................5 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
3-Pointers Made .............................3 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
3-Pointers Attempted ....................3 (twice), last at Belmont (1-22-15)
Free Throws Made ........................................................................None
Free Throw Attempts ....................................................................None
Rebounds ........................................2 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Assists .............................................................................................None
Blocked Shots ................................................................................None
Steals...................................................................1 at Belmont (1-22-15)
Minutes Played ................................................19 at Belmont (1-22-15)
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME
#10 CHANDLER ROWE
#11 TERRENCE DURHAM
Sophomore • Forward • 6-7 • 205
Atlanta, Ga.
North Central HS
R-Junior • Guard • 6-3 • 195
Memphis, Tenn.
South Plains College
Rowe 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Durham 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
N14 @Marq
2
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
2
0
0
0
0
0
N14 @Marq
2
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-2-2
0
0
0
0
0
0
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt
3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
1
0
0
0
0
0
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt
4
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
1
0
N20 ChBapt 12
2-3
0-0 1-3
2-2-4
2
2
1
0
2
5
N20 ChBapt 15
2-4
1-2 1-2
1-2-3
1
3
0
0
0
6
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n 4
0-2
0-2
00-0
-0 0-0
2-1-3
2-1-3
2
0
1
0
0
0
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n 7
0-1
0-1
00-1
-1 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
1
1
1
0
0
0
N28 @Neb
0+
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
1
0
0
0
0
0
N28 @Neb
7
0-1
0-1 0-0
0-0-0
0
0
1
0
1
0
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
2
1-1
1-1
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
2
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
4
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-2-2
0-2-2
0
0
0
0
0
0
D6 @Lngwd 3
1-1
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0
0
2
0
0
2
D6 @Lngwd 0+
0-0
0-0 1-2
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
1
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
0-2
0-2
0-0 0-0
0-0
2-0-2
2-0-22
2-0-
2
0
0
0
0
0
D15 @Ill-Ch
@[email protected]
ll-Ch
Ch
9
0-1
0-1
0-1 0-0
0-0
0-1-1
0-1-11
0-1-
3
1
0
1
0
0
5
D17 @IllSt
6
0-1
0-0 0-0
1-1-2
2
0
0
0
0
0
D17 @IllSt
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
4
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
4
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
1
1
0
0
0
0
D22 @Butler
7
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
2
0
0
0
0
0
D22 @Butler
3
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
D30 UM
UMES
ES
11
1-1
1-1 0-0
1-1
0-0
0-1-1
0-1-1
2
2
0
0
0
3
D30 UM
UMES
ES
12
1-3
0-2 0-0
0-2
0-0
1-0-1
1-0-1
0
0
0
0
1
2
J1 CrowRdg 17
2-6
0-0 2-3
3-0-3
0
0
2
0
0
6
J1 CrowRdg 13
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-2-2
3
3
0
0
1
0
J8
0-0
0-0
00-0
-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
J8
00-0
-0
0-0 00-00
0-1-1
00-1-1-11
3
2
1
0
0
0
EKU
EKU
6
EKU
EKU
1177
J10 Morehd
7
0-0
0-0 1-2
2-1-3
0
0
0
0
0
1
J10 Morehd
8
0-1
0-0 0-0
0-2-2
0
0
1
0
0
0
J15 @TTU
@TTU
5
00-0
-0
0-0 22-22
1-0-1
11-0-0-11
1
0
2
0
0
2
J15 @TTU
@TTU
4
00-1
-1
0-0 00-00
0-0-0
00-0-0-00
0
0
1
0
0
0
J17
11
0-0
0-0 2-2
0-0-0
1
0
0
1
0
2
J17
4
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
1
0
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont 15
0-0
0-0
00-0
-0 0-0
1-1-2
1-1-2
5
0
0
1
0
0
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont -----
-----
---
DNP
D
NP
--- ----- ----- --- ----- -----
JaxSt
JaxSt
-----
J24 SEMO
15
0-3
0-0 0-0
2-4-6
5
0
0
0
0
0
J24 SEMO
3
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
1
0
2
0
1
0
J29
2222
11-2
-2
0-0 22-22
1-3-4
11-3-3-44
2
0
0
0
1
4
J29
1111
00-3
-3
0-1 00-00
0-1-1
00-1-1-11
3
4
2
0
0
0
EIU
EIU
EIU
EIU
J31 @Murray
J31 @Murray
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F7
F7
SIUE
SIUE
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F14 APSU
F14 APSU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F21 @SIUE
F21 @SIUE
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F28 Murray
F28 Murray
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
Rowe Career Highs
Durham Career Highs
Points .....................................................6 vs. Crowley’s Ridge (1-1-15)
Field Goals .....................2 (4 times), last vs. Crowley’s Ridge (1-1-15)
Field Goal Attempts .............................6 vs. Crowley’s Ridge (1-1-15)
3-Pointers Made .................. 1 vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (12-30-14)
3-Pointers Attempted .......... 1 vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (12-30-14)
Free Throws Made ........ 2 (5 times), last vs. Eastern Illinois (1-29-15)
Free Throw Attempts .......3 (twice), last vs. Crowley’s Ridge (1-1-15)
Rebounds ........................................6 vs. Southeast Missouri (1-24-15)
Assists ................2 (twice), last vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (12-30-14)
Blocked Shots ........................................2 at Arkansas State (11-13-13)
Steals.........................2 (3 times), last vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Minutes Played ................................... 22 vs. Eastern Illinois (1-29-15)
Points ...............................................6 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Field Goals ......................................2 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Field Goal Attempts .......................4 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
3-Pointers Made .............................1 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
3-Pointers Attempted ...2 (twice), last vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (12-30-14)
Free Throws Made .................... 1 (twice), last at Longwood (12-6-14)
Free Throw Attempts ................ 2 (twice), last at Longwood (12-6-14)
Rebounds ........................................3 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Assists .................................................... 4 vs. Eastern Illinois (1-29-15)
Blocked Shots ..................................... 1 at Illinois-Chicago (12-15-14)
Steals......................... 1 (6 times), last vs. Southeast Missouri (1-24-15)
Minutes Played ................................. 17 vs. Eastern Kentucky (1-8-15)
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME
#12 HARRISON HAWKS
#15 BRANDON HITCHMAN
Freshman • Guard • 5-10 • 175
South Fulton, Tenn.
South Fulton HS
Freshman • Forward • 6-9 • 215
Stratford, England
Westwind Prep Academy
Hawks 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Hitchman 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
N14 @Marq
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
N14 @Marq
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt -----
---
-----
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt -----
---
-----
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
N20 ChBapt
9
1-5
0-2 0-0
0-0-0
0
2
N20 ChBapt ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n -----
---
-----
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n -----
---
-----
-----
DNP
--- ------- --- ----- ----- ---
N28 @Neb
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
N28 @Neb
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
-----
---
-----
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
-----
---
-----
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
D6 @Lngwd ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
D6 @Lngwd ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
---
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
D17 @IllSt
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
D17 @IllSt
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
-----
---
-----
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
D22 @Butler ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
D22 @Butler ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
D30 UM
UMES
ES
---
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
D30 UM
UMES
ES
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
J1 CrowRdg 1
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0
J1 CrowRdg ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J8
---
-----
DNP
--- ------- --- ----- ----- ---
J8
---
-----
-----
DNP
--- ------- --- ----- ----- ---
EKU
EKU
-----
-----
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
EKU
EKU
---
-------
J10 Morehd ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J10 Morehd ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J15 @TTU
@TTU
---
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
J15 @TTU
@TTU
---
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
J17
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J17
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont -----
JaxSt
-----
---
-----
DNP
D
NP
--- ----- ----- --- ----- -----
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont -----
-----
---
-----
DNP
D
NP
--- ----- ----- --- ----- -----
J24 SEMO
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J24 SEMO
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J29
3
0-0
0-0
00-0
-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0
J29
-----
---
-----
-----
DNP
--- ------- --- ----- ----- ---
EIU
EIU
0
0
0
0
0
JaxSt
EIU
EIU
J31 @Murray
J31 @Murray
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F7
F7
SIUE
SIUE
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F14 APSU
F14 APSU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F21 @SIUE
F21 @SIUE
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F28 Murray
F28 Murray
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
Hawks Career Highs
Hitchman Career Highs
Points ...............................................2 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Field Goals ......................................1 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Field Goal Attempts .......................5 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
3-Pointers Made ............................................................................None
3-Pointers Attempted .....................2 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Free Throws Made ........................................................................None
Free Throw Attempts ....................................................................None
Rebounds .......................................................................................None
Assists ...................................1 (twice), last vs. Presbyterian (12-20-14)
Blocked Shots ................................................................................None
Steals...............................................................................................None
Minutes Played ...............................9 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Points ..............................................................................................None
Field Goals .....................................................................................None
Field Goal Attempts ......................................................................None
3-Pointers Made ............................................................................None
3-Pointers Attempted ....................................................................None
Free Throws Made ........................................................................None
Free Throw Attempts ....................................................................None
Rebounds .......................................................................................None
Assists .............................................................................................None
Blocked Shots ................................................................................None
Steals...............................................................................................None
Minutes Played ..............................................................................None
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME
#20 ARKEEM JOSEPH
#24 DEVILLE SMITH
Junior • Center • 6-9 • 280
Brooklyn, NY
Monroe College
Senior • Guard • 6-0 • 175
Jackson, Miss.
UNLV
Joseph 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Smith 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
N14 @Marq
23
3-5
0-0 0-2
1-0-1
4
0
1
0
0
6
N14 @Marq
0-3-3
1
1
6
0
1
12
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt 15
15
2-3
2-3
0-0 0-2
0-2
1-0-1
1-0-11
1-0-
1
0
1
0
0
4
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt 37
37
3-8
3-8
1-5 4-4
4-4
1-2-3
1-2-33
1-2-
2
5
3
0
5
11
N20 ChBapt 16
4-6
0-0 0-0
3-2-5
1
3
0
0
0
8
N20 ChBapt 17
1-3
0-1 0-0
0-3-3
1
9
0
0
0
2
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n 21
21
33-6
-6
0-0 00-00
2-0-2
22-0-0-22
5
0
0
1
0
6
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n 34
34 2-10
2-10 11-88 3-4
3-4
0-3-3
0-3-3
3
5
1
3
2
8
N28 @Neb
22
2-6
0-0 0-0
1-3-4
3
0
3
1
1
4
N28 @Neb
38 5-13 5-11 0-0
0-6-6
3
6
1
0
3
15
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
18
18
3-7
3-7
0-0 0-0
0-0
2-2-4
2-2-44
2-2-
1
0
0
0
0
6
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
37
37 4-10
4-10 2-7
2-7 4-5
4-5
1-2-3
1-2-3
2
3
3
1
0
14
D6 @Lngwd 16
2-3
0-0 2-3
1-0-1
3
0
2
0
0
6
D6 @Lngwd 38 5-10 2-4 4-4
0-3-3
1
3
3
1
2
16
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
3-8
0-0 1-1
0-0
1-1
4-2-6
4-2-6
1
0
1
1
0
7
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
36 8-15
8-15 0-3
0-3 10-14
10-14 0-6-6
0-6-6
4
7
2
5
3
26
24
31 4-11 0-3 4-4
D17 @IllSt
9
0-4
0-0 0-0
1-0-1
0
0
1
0
0
0
D17 @IllSt
40 6-14 2-8 2-4
1-3-4
3
1
5
0
2
16
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
14
14
2-3
2-3
0-0 0-0
0-0
1-1-2
1-1-22
1-1-
4
0
2
0
0
4
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
39
39 9-15
9-15 5-9
5-9 0-2
0-2
0-0-0
0-0-0
1
9
1
1
1
23
D22 @Butler 32
5-8
0-0 2-4
4-3-7
4
0
3
1
0
12
D22 @Butler 39 4-15 0-5 0-0
1-3-4
2
2
4
0
2
8
D30 UM
UMES
ES
2-6
0-0 0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2-2
0-2-2
2
0
0
0
0
4
D30 UM
UMES
ES
0-2-2
0-2-2
3
1
3
1
2
1155
18
35 7-1
7-166 1-7
1-7 0-0
J1 CrowRdg 4
0-2
0-0 0-0
1-1-2
0
0
0
0
0
0
J1 CrowRdg 34 8-15 1-3 0-0
0-5-5
3
7
4
1
6
17
J8
1-3
1-3
00-0
-0 0-0
2-0-2
2-0-2
0
0
0
0
0
2
J8
0-5-5
0-5-5
4
5
1
0
0
12
EKU
EKU
2
EKU
EKU
3322 3-10
3-10 22-77 4-4
4-4
J10 Morehd 36 9-11 0-0 0-0
3-5-8
3
2
1
0
0
18
J10 Morehd 43 7-18 3-8 1-1
0-4-4
1
4
2
0
2
18
J15 @TTU
@TTU
14
3-6
0-0 0-2
0-0
0-2
1-1-2
1-1-2
2
0
1
0
0
6
J15 @T
@TTU
TU
38 5-1
5-122 4-9
4-9 2-2
1-3-4
1-3-4
1
5
2
1
0
1166
J17
36
5
0-1
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0
0
1
0
0
0
J17
2-2 1-4
0-6-6
1
5
5
1
1
11
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont 4
JaxSt
0-1
0-0 0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
1
0
1
0
0
0
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont 38 88-18
18 2-7 11-22
0-2-2
00-2-2-22
2
3
5
0
2
19
J24 SEMO
19
3-9
0-0 0-0
3-5-8
3
0
1
0
0
6
J24 SEMO
37 6-11 2-4 4-6
1-1-2
0
4
3
0
3
18
J29
3
0-0
0-0
00-0
-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0
0
1
0
0
0
J29
2299
0-3-3
00-3-3-33
0
6
3
0
1
12
EIU
EIU
JaxSt
EIU
EIU
J31 @Murray
J31 @Murray
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F7
F7
SIUE
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F14 APSU
F14 APSU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F21 @SIUE
F21 @SIUE
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F28 Murray
F28 Murray
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
Joseph Career Highs
55-8
-8
2-5 00-11
SIUE
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
Points .................................................. 18 vs. Morehead State (1-10-15)
Field Goals ........................................... 9 vs. Morehead State (1-10-15)
Field Goal Attempts ...........................11 vs. Morehead State (1-10-15)
3-Pointers Made ............................................................................None
3-Pointers Attempted ....................................................................None
Free Throws Made ......................... 2 (twice), last at Butler (12-22-14)
Free Throw Attempts ......................................... 4 at Butler (12-22-14)
Rebounds .................... 8 (twice), last vs. Southeast Missouri (1-24-15)
Assists ..............................................3 vs. Champion Baptist (11-20-14)
Blocked Shots .............................. 1 (4 times), last at Butler (12-22-14)
Steals............................................................... 1 at Nebraska (11-28-14)
Minutes Played .................................. 36 vs. Morehead State (1-10-15)
4-5
Smith Career Highs
Points ................................................. 26 at Illinois-Chicago (12-15-14)
Field Goals ...........................9 (twice), last vs. Presbyterian (12-20-14)
Field Goal Attempts ..........................*19 at San Diego State (1-18-14)
3-Pointers Made ..................5 (twice), last vs. Presbyterian (12-20-14)
3-Pointers Attempted ...................................11 at Nebraska (11-28-14)
Free Throws Made ....... 10 (twice), last at Illinois-Chicago (12-15-14)
Free Throw Attempts ....................... 14 at Illinois-Chicago (12-15-14)
Rebounds ................... 6 (3 times), last vs. Jacksonville State (1-17-15)
Assists ...................................9 (twice), last vs. Presbyterian (12-20-14)
Blocked Shots ..................................... 5 at Illinois-Chicago (12-15-14)
Steals......................................................6 vs. Crowley’s Ridge (1-1-15)
Minutes Played .................................. 43 vs. Morehead State (1-10-15)
*set at UNLV
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME
#25 MARSHUN NEWELL
#30 TWYMOND HOWARD
R-Senior • Guard • 6-3 • 195
Memphis, Tenn.
Southwest Tennessee CC
Junior • Forward • 6-6 • 210
Pearl, Miss.
Southwest Mississippi CC
Newell 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Howard 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
N14 @Marq
N14 @Marq
33 3-10 2-7 1-3
2-3-5
0
3
5
1
1
9
0-0 3-5
1-3-4
3
1
1
0
0
11
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt 30
30 5-12
5-12 4-5
4-5 1-2
1-2
2-2-4
2-2-4
2
1
4
0
1
15
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt 37
37 9-15
9-15 2-4
2-4 3-5
3-5
38
4-8
3-2-5
3-2-5
2
3
2
0
1
23
N20 ChBapt 16 4-11 1-6 1-1
3-3-6
1
3
1
0
2
10
N20 ChBapt 18
3-3
0-0 6-6
2-7-9
0
2
0
1
1
12
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n 20
20
55-7
-7
4-6 11-11
0-1-1
00-1-1-11
4
1
1
0
1
15
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n 25
25
44-9
-9
0-0 55-55
1-6-7
11-6-6-77
2
1
3
0
1
13
N28 @Neb
32
2-6
2-4 0-0
1-1-2
0
3
2
0
3
6
N28 @Neb
31 8-12 2-5 0-0
1-2-3
4
0
3
0
1
18
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
39
39 5-10
5-10 1-5
1-5 4-5
4-5 5-6-11
5-6-11
3
5
4
0
2
15
15
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
31
31
0-1 2-3
2-3
1-4-5
1-4-55
1-4-
4
2
1
1
0
10
2-3-5
4
0
2
2
2
14
42 6-11
6-11 0-0
0-0 2-4 3-7-10
3-7-1
37-100
3
1
5
2
1
14
4-8
4-8
D6 @Lngwd 33
2-5
2-4 4-4
0-4-4
2
1
0
0
0
10
D6 @Lngwd 36 5-10 0-1 4-6
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
4-9
1-3 3-3
1-3
3-3
1-4-5
1-4-5
4
3
1
0
0
12
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
42
D17 @IllSt
40 5-11 2-6 2-3
0-5-5
3
2
3
0
0
14
D17 @IllSt
38
0-0 3-6
1-7-8
2
3
0
0
1
11
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
34
34
2-8
2-8
1-4 6-6
6-6
4-5-9
4-5-99
4-5-
2
6
0
0
0
11
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
35
35 7-11
7-11 1-2
1-2 1-3
1-3
1-2-3
1-2-3
1
2
0
0
0
16
D22 @Butler 33
1-4
0-1 1-4
0-2-2
2
1
1
0
3
3
D22 @Butler 37
3-9
0-1 0-0
1-1-2
2
2
2
0
0
6
2-8-10
37 5-1
5-122 2-5
2-5 2-2 22-8-1
8-100
0
3
1
0
0
14
D30 UM
UMES
ES
2-7
1-3 4-4
1-3
4-4
1-6-7
1-6-7
4
3
1
1
1
9
15
D30 UM
UMES
ES
34
4-9
J1 CrowRdg 31 3-11 1-6 6-9
2-6-8
2
5
2
1
2
13
J1 CrowRdg 37 6-14 0-1 3-5
6-3-9
1
2
1
1
2
J8
2-5 11-33
0-8-8
00-8-8-88
2
7
3
0
0
11
J8
3377 4-11
4-11 00-11 1-4
1-4
1-4-5
1-4-5
5
4
2
0
0
9
J10 Morehd 43 6-14 2-4 6-6
2-4-6
3
4
2
0
0
20
J10 Morehd 37 5-12 1-1 3-3
2-5-7
1
3
2
1
0
14
J15 @TTU
@TTU
35
1-3 2-2
1-3
2-2
0-7-7
0-7-7
1
5
1
0
1
7
J15 @TTU
@TTU
38 4-1
4-122 1-2
1-2 2-2
1-5-6
1-5-6
1
2
2
0
2
1111
J17
37 4-14 1-1 1-4 3-9-12
EKU
EKU
JaxSt
3399
44-9
-9
2-9
EKU
EKU
37 7-15 2-5 1-3
1-6-7
3
2
2
0
1
17
J17
3
1
3
1
1
10
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont 38 55-13
13 3-7 22-33
1-5-6
11-5-5-66
1
2
3
0
2
15
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont 35
7-8
7-8
0-0
0-0 1-2
2-6-8
2-6-8
1
0
5
2
1
1155
J24 SEMO
39 5-11 2-3 0-1
2-7-9
0
1
1
0
0
12
J24 SEMO
37
4-8
0-2 9-14 0-3-3
1
2
0
0
0
17
J29
3366
3-5 22-44 2-922-9-11
-9-11
11
1
3
0
0
0
15
J29
3300 6-10
6-10 00-11 1010-10
10 0-12-12
0-12-1
0-1
2-122
1
0
2
1
0
22
22
EIU
EIU
55-8
-8
JaxSt
EIU
EIU
J31 @Murray
J31 @Murray
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F7
F7
SIUE
SIUE
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F14 APSU
F14 APSU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F21 @SIUE
F21 @SIUE
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F28 Murray
F28 Murray
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
Newell Career Highs
Howard Career Highs
Points ...............................................21 at Jacksonville State (12-30-13)
Field Goals ........................................8 at Jacksonville State (12-30-13)
Field Goal Attempts ............................19 at Arkansas State (11-13-13)
3-Pointers Made ......... 4 (twice), last at Bethune-Cookman (11-25-14)
3-Pointers Attempted ....................7 (twice), last at Belmont (1-22-15)
Free Throws Made ...................... 10 vs. Rochester College (11-15-13)
Free Throw Attempts .................. 10 vs. Rochester College (11-15-13)
Rebounds ......................11 (3 times), last vs. Eastern Illinois (1-29-15)
Assists ................................................. 10 vs. Tennessee State (1-13-14)
Blocked Shots ........................................ 2 vs. Jackson State (11-22-13)
Steals............................................. 3 (6 times), last at Butler (12-22-14)
Minutes Played .................................. 43 vs. Morehead State (1-10-15)
Points ....................................................23 at Arkansas State (11-17-14)
Field Goals .............................................9 at Arkansas State (11-17-14)
Field Goal Attempts ............................15 at Arkansas State (11-17-14)
3-Pointers Made .........................2 (twice), last at Nebraska (11-28-14)
3-Pointers Attempted .................................... 5 at Nebraska (11-28-14)
Free Throws Made ............................. 10 vs. Eastern Illinois (1-29-15)
Free Throw Attempts ...................14 vs. Southeast Missouri (1-24-15)
Rebounds ........................ 12 (twice), last vs. Eastern Illinois (1-29-15)
Assists .................................................. 4 vs. Eastern Kentucky (1-8-15)
Blocked Shots .............................2 (3 times), last at Belmont (1-22-15)
Steals.................................2 (3 times), last at Tennessee Tech (1-15-15)
Minutes Played ................................. 42 at Illinois-Chicago (12-15-14)
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME
#33 MYLES TAYLOR
#40 JAVIER MARTINEZ
Senior • Forward • 6-7 • 235
Little Rock, Ark.
Hall HS
Sophomore • Forward • 6-7 • 210
St. Croix, Virgin Islands
St. Louis Christian Academy
MTaylor 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Martinez 2014-15 Game-By-Game
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
Date Opp Min FG 3FG FT O-D-R PF A TO B S PTS
N14 @Marq
15
2-3
0-0 2-4 5-6-11
5
1
4
0
0
6
N14 @Marq
19
2-4
0-0 2-2
2-1-3
2
0
0
0
0
6
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt 32
32
3-5
3-5
0-1 5-9
5-9
2-7-9
2-7-99
2-7-
4
1
0
0
0
11
N17 @ArkSt
@ArkS
@A
rkStt
7
1-2
1-2
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-2-2
0-2-2
3
0
1
0
0
2
N20 ChBapt 14
7-7
0-0 4-5
1-3-4
1
0
1
3
1
18
N20 ChBapt 10
1-2
0-0 0-0
1-0-1
1
1
1
0
1
2
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n 23
23
44-6
-6
0-0 88-88
2-7-9
22-7-7-99
4
1
0
0
2
16
[email protected]
@BCkm
@B
Ckmn
n 4
0-2
0-2
00-0
-0 0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
1
0
0
0
0
0
N28 @Neb
26
2-5
0-0 7-7
2-2-4
4
0
5
0
0
11
N28 @Neb
1
0-0
0-0 0-0
0-0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
21
21
4-4
4-4
0-0 0-0
0-0
0-3-3
0-3-33
0-3-
4
1
2
0
0
8
D3 @NK
@NKy
y
-----
---
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
D6 @Lngwd 11
3-4
0-0 2-2
0-2-2
1
3
0
0
0
8
D6 @Lngwd 11
4-5
0-0 2-2
2-2-4
5
0
0
0
0
10
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
-----
-----
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
@Ill-Ch
D15 @I
@Illll-Ch
Ch
1-3
0-0
0-0 4-4
4-4
1-3-4
1-3-4
2
0
0
1
1
6
---
---
18
-----
D17 @IllSt
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
D17 @IllSt
27
2-3
0-0 0-1
1-3-4
3
0
0
0
0
4
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
-----
---
-----
-----
DNP
----- ----- --- ----- ----- ---
Presby
D20 Pr
Presb
esby
y
27
27
4-5
4-5
0-0 1-3
1-3 1-9-10
1-9-10
1-910
3
1
0
2
0
9
D22 @Butler ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
D22 @Butler 11
1-1
0-0 0-0
0-2-2
0
0
2
0
0
2
D30 UM
UMES
ES
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
D30 UM
UMES
ES
3-3
0-0 3-3
0-0
3-3
4-0-4
4-0-4
1
0
0
0
1
9
---
17
J1 CrowRdg ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J1 CrowRdg 21
4-7
0-0 4-6
3-3-6
1
0
1
0
0
12
J8
---
-----
-----
DNP
--- ------- --- ----- ----- ---
J8
66-6
-6
0-0 55-66
5-3-8
55-3-3-88
2
0
0
0
0
17
EKU
EKU
-----
EKU
EKU
3355
J10 Morehd ---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J10 Morehd 10
0-0
0-0 0-0
1-2-3
1
0
1
0
0
0
J15 @TTU
@TTU
---
-----
-----
---
DNP
DNP
----- --- ----- ----- --- -----
J15 @TTU
@TTU
24
3-4
0-0 1-1
0-0
1-1
2-3-5
2-3-5
3
0
0
0
0
7
J17
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J17
28
3-5
0-0 0-0
2-5-7
3
0
1
0
0
6
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont -----
JaxSt
-----
---
-----
DNP
D
NP
--- ----- ----- --- ----- -----
J22 @Belmont
@Belm
@B
elmont
ont 12
1-2
1-2
00-0
-0 2-2
2-2-4
2-2-4
5
0
3
0
0
4
J24 SEMO
---
---
---
---
DNP
--- --- --- --- --- ---
J24 SEMO
8
2-2
0-0 0-0
0-2-2
0
1
0
0
0
4
J29
-----
---
-----
-----
DNP
--- ------- --- ----- ----- ---
J29
1199
33-3
-3
0-0 00-00
0-2-2
00-2-2-22
0
0
0
0
0
6
EIU
EIU
JaxSt
EIU
EIU
J31 @Murray
J31 @Murray
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F5 @APSU
@APSU
F7
F7
SIUE
SIUE
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F12 @SEMO
@SEMO
F14 APSU
F14 APSU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F19 @EIU
@EIU
F21 @SIUE
F21 @SIUE
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F26 @TSU
@TSU
F28 Murray
F28 Murray
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
M4 OVC
OVCT
T
MTaylor Career Highs
Martinez Career Highs
Points .................................... 34 vs. Southeastern Louisiana (12-21-13)
Field Goals ........11 (twice), last vs. Southeastern Louisiana (12-21-13)
Field Goal Attempts ............................ 23 at Tennessee State (1-10-13)
3-Pointers Made ................ 2 (6 times), last at Eastern Illinois (2-6-14)
3-Pointers Attempted .............. 4 (twice), last vs. Longwood (2-23-13)
Free Throws Made ............................. 14 vs. Eastern Illinois (2-11-12)
Free Throw Attempts ....................... 17 vs. SIU Edwardsville (2-9-13)
Rebounds .............................. 14 (3 times), last at Austin Peay (1-2-14)
Assists ........................................................4 vs. Murray State (2-27-14)
Blocked Shots ........................................ 7 vs. Jackson State (11-22-13)
Steals..................................4 (twice), last vs. Tennessee Tech (2-20-14)
Minutes Played .................................. 49 vs. Arkansas State (11-16-12)
Points ................................................. 17 vs. Eastern Kentucky (1-8-15)
Field Goals ...................... 6 (twice), last vs. Eastern Kentucky (1-8-15)
Field Goal Attempts .........7 (twice), last vs. Crowley’s Ridge (1-1-15)
3-Pointers Made ............................................................................None
3-Pointers Attempted ....................................................................None
Free Throws Made ............................. 5 vs. Eastern Kentucky (1-8-15)
Free Throw Attempts ..... 6 (twice), last vs. Eastern Kentucky (1-8-15)
Rebounds ...............................................10 vs. Presbyterian (12-20-14)
Assists ....................... 1 (7 times), last vs. Southeast Missouri (1-24-15)
Blocked Shots ...................2 (3 times), last vs. Presbyterian (12-20-14)
Steals...............1 (8 times), last vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore (12-30-14)
Minutes Played ................................. 35 vs. Eastern Kentucky (1-8-15)
GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
13-7 OVERALL • 5-2 OVC
INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME
#44 NICK DETLEV
Freshman • Center • 7-2 • 225
Euclid, Ohio
Andrews Osborne Academy
Detlev 2014-15 Game-By-Game
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Detlev Career Highs
Points ..............................................................................................None
Field Goals .....................................................................................None
Field Goal Attempts ......................................................................None
3-Pointers Made ............................................................................None
3-Pointers Attempted ....................................................................None
Free Throws Made ........................................................................None
Free Throw Attempts ....................................................................None
Rebounds .......................................................................................None
Assists .............................................................................................None
Blocked Shots ................................................................................None
Steals...............................................................................................None
Minutes Played ..............................................................................None
INDIVIDUAL ACCOLADES
#24 Deville Smith
*OVC adidas Player of the Week (Dec. 22)
*OVC adidas Newcomer of the Week (Dec. 22)
*Tennessee Sportswriters Association Player of the Week (Dec. 23)
*OVC adidas Newcomer of the Week (Jan. 12)
*OVC adidas Newcomer of the Week (Jan. 19)
#20 Arkeem Joseph
*OVC adidas Newcomer of the Week (Dec. 29)
#33 Myles Taylor
*Preseason All-OVC (Oct. 21)
UTM GAME TRENDS
Largest Largest Ties/Lead Time
Date ........Opponent ...........Lead ....... Deficit ... Changes ......Led
Nov. 14 ...... Marquette ..............3 ..............20 ........... 2/5 .......... 2:55
Nov. 17 .... Arkansas St..............5 ..............19 ........... 3/6 ......... 14:10
Nov. 20 ... Champ. Bapt............89 ..............2 ............ 3/2 ......... 37:48
Nov. 25 ....Bethne-Cook ...........26 ..............7 ............ 1/4 ......... 28:27
Nov. 28 .......Nebraska ...............1 ..............19 ........... 1/4 .......... 0:34
Dec. 3 .....Northern Ky. ...........22 ..............2 ............ 3/6 ......... 34:16
Dec. 6 .......Longwood .............15 ..............2 ............ 4/4 ......... 35:11
Dec. 15 .....Ill.-Chicago ............17 ..............0 ............ 1/0 ......... 43:03
Dec. 17 ...... Illinois St. ..............5 ..............10 ........... 5/7 .......... 6:51
Dec. 20 .... Presbyterian............21 ..............2 ............ 0/2 ......... 38:31
Dec. 22 ......... Butler..................4 ............. 27 ........... 0/1 .......... 3:04
Dec. 30 .........UMES .................6 ...............8 ........... 7/12 ........ 14:47
Jan. 1 ..... Crow. Ridge............23 ..............2 ............ 5/2 ......... 33:41
Jan. 8 ...... Eastern Ky. .............8 ...............8 ............ 6/8 ......... 27:23
Jan. 10 ....Morehead St. ............5 ..............12 ........ 13/17 ...... 14:13
Jan. 15 ......Tenn. Tech ..............8 ...............5 ............ 6/9 ......... 23:42
Jan. 17 ...Jacksonville St............21 .............. 1 ..............1/4 ..........35:53
Jan. 22 ........Belmont ............... 11 ..............9 ............ 4/3 ......... 23:19
Jan. 24 .... SE Missouri ............19 ..............5 ............ 5/5 ......... 27:05
Jan. 29 ......Eastern Ill. .............34 ..............0 ............ 1/0 ......... 37:30
Jan. 31 ......Murray St.
Feb. 5 ......Austin Peay
Feb. 7 ........... SIUE
Feb. 12 .... SE Missouri
Feb. 14 .....Austin Peay
Feb. 19 ......Eastern Ill.
Feb. 21 .......... SIUE
Feb. 26 ....... Tenn. St.
Feb. 28 ......Murray St.
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GAME 21: MURRAY STATE • JAN. 31 • CFSB CENTER
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