Boise State Takes To The Road

Boise State travels to play Louisiana Tech and New Mexico State this week in search of wins that will allow them to remain in second place in the WAC standings.

The best road team in the Western Athletic Conference will embark this week on a journey that will greatly affect their title hopes.  Boise State travels to play Louisiana Tech Thursday and New Mexico State Saturday.

 

Boise State is 8-2 on the road this season and already ranks fifth in school history for road wins with four road games remaining (see the complete list of statistics and records within reach for the 2008 Broncos).  Coach Greg Graham's 2003-04 team set the school record with 10 road wins.  Eight of Boise State's nine most successful teams on the road won a conference title or played in a post-season tournament.  The current Broncos put together the second-longest road winning streak in school history earlier this season before a heartbreaking loss to Utah State (beaten only by the seven-game stretch in 1998-99.  

 

It is not difficult to see why the Broncos are converting road opportunities into wins—they average 86.2 points per game away from home and make 53.4 percent of their shots.

Boise State's 16-5 record is one of the six best starts to a season in school history and the best by a Bronco team since the Broncos were 16-5 during the 1998-99 season.  The 1987-88 team is far and away the most successful in school history, beginning 16-1 and compiling an 18-3 mark through 21 games.  That team also holds the school record for consecutive wins with 10.  Through the first 21 games, only the '87-88 team, the '88-89 team (17-4) and the 1969-70 team (17-4) have a better record than the current Broncos.  The 1986-87 Broncos were also 16-5 at this point in the season.  Of those five other Boise State teams, one qualified for the NCAA Tournament (1987-88), two others were selected to play in the National Invitation Tournament (86-87 and 88-89) and one played in the Division II National Tournament (1969-70).  The 98-99 team did not play in the postseason despite advancing to the Big West championship game.

Boise State leads the nation in field goal percentage (51.6%), and remarkably shoots even better on the road.  As good as that is, they still are short but within range of the 1987-88 Bronco team that shot 52.4%.  Boise State is also ninth in the country in scoring (83.1 points per game), ninth in assists (18.3) and 28th in three-point percentage (39.5%).

 

Coach Graham's Broncos lead the WAC in six categories:  scoring (83.1 points per game), scoring margin (8.9), field goal percentage, steals (7.38), assists and three point field goals (8.43). 

 

With four more wins, Boise State will become just the 15th Division I school to be in the "10-20 Club" twice since 1980--this despite the Broncos not being a Division I football school until 1996.  The 10-20 Club represents the elite schools that have won 10 regular season football games and 20 regular season basketball games in the same school year.  Boise State accomplished the feat in 2003-04.  With five more wins, the Bronco basketball team will be fifth all-time in victories. 

 

Boise State has a legitimate chance to break school records for points, scoring average and assists in a season and a shot to top records for three-pointers.  In 21 games, the exciting Broncos have scored 1,745 points.  In ten more games, they have to average 68.6 to break the record of 2,431 scored by Coach Graham's 2003-04 team.  Boise State's current average of 83.1 points per game is eclipsed only by the 1968-69 Bronco team that averaged 83.3.  This year's Boise State team also has 385 assists, an average of 18.3 per game.  Should they maintain that average, they would shatter the school record of 540 set by the 1975-76 team.  The Broncos have made 177 three-pointers this season, 86 shy of the all-time mark set in 2003-04.

 

The Broncos can also achieve all-time status in the record book for three-point attempts, three-point percentage, rebounds, rebounding average and by limiting opponents' rebounds down the stretch.  Boise State has attempted 448 shots from beyond the arc, 122 shy of the fifth-place 1997-98 team's total of 221.  Coach Graham's Broncos are hitting 39.5% of those shots, a percentage that would rank third in school history.  Boise State has pulled down 741 rebounds this year, an average of 35.3.  By averaging 35.8 the rest of the season, they will match the 1993-94 Bronco team.  The interior defense of the Broncos has allowed just 676 rebounds so far (32.2 per game) and can reach the top five in school history by allowing 198 or fewer the rest of the way, which would be 19.8 per game.  That average would still be short of the 37.5 recorded by the 1978-79 Bronco team that holds fifth place.

 

The strong inside game has enabled the Broncos to get to the line 466 times this season, an average of 22.2 free throws per contest.  They would have to average 24.6 the rest of the way to earn fifth place all-time. 

 

Three of the WAC's top 11 scorers play for the Broncos.  Reggie Larry (18.9 points per game) is third, Matt Nelson (16.0) is seventh and Tyler Tiedeman (14.1) is 11th.

Larry needs just four points to become the 12th Bronco to score 400 or more points in two seasons.  Reggie will join Boise State greats Steve Connor (four times), Tanoka Beard, Chris Childs, Coby Karl and Abe Jackson (three times each), and Roberto Bergersen, Ron Austin, Pat Hoke, Arnell Jones, Aaron Hayes and Vince Hinchen as multiple 400-point season scorers.  With 167 points, he would become just the 19th Bronco to join the 1,000-point club.  Larry moved into a tie for ninth all-time in career blocks when he swatted away a Vandal attempt last Saturday to give him 60.  Reggie needs three more to pass Larry McKinney (1979-81) for eighth.  Tanoka Beard is the all-time leader with 160 career blocks.

Larry ranks among the WAC's elite players in eight statistical categories, including leading the league in rebounding (9.4), scoring, three-point percentage (45.8%--fifth), field-goal percentage (55.9%--sixth), steals (1.52—sixth) and blocked shots (.76—eighth).  Reggie ranks 31st nationally in rebounding.  He has a chance to make all-time career lists for scoring average, rebounding average (his current average would rank third all-time) and field goals and season lists for scoring average, rebounding average, field goals and three-point percentage (see statistics following this article).

Boise State is one of only eight teams that boast two of the nation's top 100 rebounders.  Of that group, Larry and Nelson are the fourth-best rebounding duo with 17.4 per game between them.  Nelson also ranks fourth in the nation in shooting, hitting 132 of 200 shots (66.0%).  This season, Nelson has a chance to rank in the top ten in Bronco history in scoring average, rebounding average, field goals and field-goal percentage.  Tiedeman is second in the WAC and fifth in the country in three-point shooting (49.5%).  Tiedeman can make the all-time top ten in career three-point percentage, career three-pointers, three-point attempts in a season and season three-point percentage. 

 

With a minimum of ten games remaining, the trio of Larry, Nelson and Tiedeman has a chance to break the school scoring record for three players on the same team.  Through 21 games, the terrific trio has 1,027 points (48.9 points per game).  Their total is just 325 points away from the all-time Bronco record of 1,352 scored by John Coker, Shambric Williams and Steve Shephard in 1993-94 and Roberto Bergersen, Mike Tolman and Gerry Washington in 1997-98.  Larry, Nelson and Tiedeman have to average 32.5 points between them the rest of the way to break the school mark.

Senior guard Matt Bauscher leads the WAC in assist-to-turnover ration and is ranked in three other categories.  Bauscher is 17th nationally with an outstanding ratio of 2.83.  Matt is ranked third in the league in three-point shooting (47.6%), ninth in field-goal percentage (52.4%) and 10th in assists (3.1 per game).  Bauscher has a shot at making the all-time Bronco top ten for career three-point percentage, three-pointers in a season and season three-point percentage.

Bauscher's running mate in the backcourt, sophomore Anthony Thomas, is second in the conference in steals (1.9 per game), fifth in assists (4.0) and fifth in assists-to-turnovers (1.56).  Thomas has a great chance to rank in the top ten all-time for both assists and steals in a season.  "AT" has 84, 38 short of Bronco great Steve Connor's 1228 in 1975-76  Thomas also has 40 steals on the season, 14 short of both Arnell Jones in 1987-88 and Roberto Bergersen in 1998-99.

 

Four Broncos have combined for 23 20-point games this season, two more than any other team in the WAC.  Larry has nine, second only to Utah State's Jaycee Carroll, while Nelson has six, Tiedeman five and Bauscher three.  In conference games, the Broncos also lead with 12 individual 20-point games.  Utah State is second in both categories with 21 and 9 respectively.  Larry and Tiedeman are tied for the league lead in 20-point conference games with Carroll and Hawai'i's Matt Gibson with four each. 

 

Graham's group has a very impressive achievement off the court:  Nelson, Bauscher and Tiedeman have already graduated and earned their college degrees one semester early.  They are all now working on second degrees at Boise State.  Nelson graduated in business, Bauscher in political science and Tiedeman in communication.

 

Coach Graham needs just one more win to give him 100 for his career and become only the third Bronco coach in history to reach that plateau.  Bobby Dye (1983-1995) is #1 with 213 wins while Rod Jenson (1995-2002) is second with 109.  Graham's career record of 99-78 (55.9%) is also third behind Dye (61.6%) and Murray Satterfield (56.7% from 1968-1973).

 

Graham's prolific offenses set up success—Boise State is 39-4 in his career when reaching the 80-point plateau (90.7%).  The Broncos are 9-1 in such games this season.  Boise State is even more impressive when scoring 90 or more points; they are a perfect 12-0 in the Graham era.  Boise State is 7-0 this season with wins over Montana Tech (107-53), San Francisco (91-81), Idaho State (93-61), Idaho (95-84), Nevada (95-80), Hawai'i (95-80) and Fresno State (90-89).

 

Boise State set a school record earlier this season with 90 points in three consecutive games against Division I schools.  The Broncos scored 95 points against both Nevada and Hawai'i and 90 against Fresno State.  The Broncos' seven 90-point games this season ranks second in school history, topped only by the 1969-70 team and the most 90-point games by a Boise State basketball team in 33 years.  Their total of 10 80-point games is tied for seventh in the record book. 

 

 

The Louisiana Tech game will be broadcast live on ESPN Full Court, while both will be on KTVB TV and KBOI radio in Boise.

 

 

 

 

Records within reach for 2007-08 Broncos:

 

Wins On The Road

1.  10 (2003-04)

2.    9 (1998-99)

       9 (1987-88)

       9 (1988-89)

5.    8 (2007-08)

6.    7 (1990-91)

7.    6 (2000-01)

       6 (1994-95)

       6 (1986-87)

       6 (1975-76)

11.  5 (1999-2000)

       5 (1996-97)

       5 (1995-96)

14.  4 (2002-03)

       4 (1984-85)

       4 (1974-75)

       4 (1973-74)

 

Consecutive Road Wins:

1.  7 (1998-99)

2.  6 (2007-08)

     6 (1987-88)

     6 (1988-89)

 

Best 21-Game Record:

1987-88 18-3  24-6 NCAA

1988-89 17-4  23-7 NIT

1969-70 17-4  20-8 NCAA D2

2007-08 16-5

1998-99 16-5  21-8 None

1986-87 16-5  22-8 NIT

1994-95 15-6  17-10 None

1992-93 15-6  21-8 NCAA

 

80-Points+ Under Graham:

2002-03 (1-0)

2003-04 (9-0)

2004-05 (6-1)

2005-06 (5-0)

2006-07 (9-2)

2007-08 (9-1)

 

90-Points+ Under Graham:

2003-04 Boise State 98, UTEP 94

2005-06 Boise State 90, Montana 69

2006-07 Boise State 94, Montana State 69

2006-07 Boise State 99, Sacramento State 66

2006-07 Boise State 101, Western Montana 65

2007-08 Boise State 107, Montana Tech 53

2007-08 Boise State 91, San Francisco 81 (A)

2007-08 Boise State 93, Idaho State 61 (A)

2007-08 Boise State 95, Idaho 84  (A)

2007-08 Boise State 95, Nevada 80 (A)

2007-08 Boise State 95, Hawai'i 80

2007-08 Boise State 90, Fresno State 89 in OT (A)

 

Number Of 90-Point Games In A Season:

1.  10 (1969-70)

2.    7 (2007-08)

3.    7 (1974-75)

3.    7 (1971-72)

3.    7 (1968-69)

6.    6 (1975-76)

6.    6 (1970-71)

8.    4 (1992-93)

8.    4 (1981-82)

8.    4 (1977-78)

8.    4 (1972-73)

 

Number Of 80-Point Games In A Season:

1.  18 (1969-70)

1.  18 (1968-69)

3.  14 (1975-76)

4.  13 (1974-75)

5.  12 (1971-72)

6.  11 (2006-07)

7.  10 (2007-08)

7.  10 (2000-01)

7.  10 (1992-93)

7.  10 (1971-72)

 

Career Blocked Shots

 1. 160 Tanoka Beard 1989-93

 2. 156 John Coker 1991-95

 3. 126 Trever Tillman 1997-02

 4. 108 Bruce Bolden 1981-85

 5. 103 Jason Ellis 2001-05

 6 . 86 Dave Richardson 1977-80

 7 . 69 Jeff Kelley 1983-87

 8.  62 Larry McKinney 1979-81

 9.  60 Richard Morgan 1998-02

 9.  60 Billy Fikes 1990-92

 9.  60 Reggie Larry 2006-current

12. 57 Coby Karl 2003-07

 

Top Rebounding Duos In The Nation*:

1.  California--18.2 (Ryan Anderson--10.0, Devon Hardin 8.2)

2.  Notre Dame--18.1 (Luke Harangody--10.0, Rob Kurz--8.1)

3.  St. Mary's--17.4 (Diamon Simpson--9.4, Omar Samhan--8.0)

4.  Boise State--17.2 (Reggie Larry--9.4, Matt  Nelson--7.8)

5.  Syracuse--17.1 (Paul Harris--8.8, Arinza Onuaku--8.3)

5.  Tennessee Tech--17.1 (Daniel Northern--8.0, Amadi McKenzie--8.1)

7.  Louisville--16.6 (Earl Clark--8.6, Terrence Williams--8.0)

8.  Tennessee-Martin--16.0 (Gerald Robinson--8.1, Lester Hudson--7.7)

 

*--those teams which have two players ranked in the top 100 nationally

 

Top Rebounding Duos Among All Players:

 

1.   Kansas State--18.9 (Michael Beasley--12.3, Bill Walker--6.6)

2.   Indiana--18.3 (D.J. White--10.7, Jamarcus Ellis--7.6)

3.   California--18.2 (Ryan Anderson--10.0, Devon Hardin 8.2)

4.   Memphis--18.1 (Joey Dorsey--10.8, Robert Dozier--7.3)

4.   Notre Dame--18.1 (Luke Harangody--10.0, Rob Kurz--8.1)

6.   Rider--17.9 (Jason Thompson--11.5, Ryan Thompson--6.4)

7.   Ohio--17.4 (Leon Williams (10.1, Jerome Tillman--7.3)

7.   St. Mary's--17.4 (Diamon Simpson--9.4, Omar Samhan--8.0)

9.   Boise State--17.2 (Reggie Larry--9.4, Matt Nelson--7.8)

10.  Syracuse--17.1 (Paul Harris--8.8, Arinza Onuaku--8.3)

10.  Tennessee Tech--17.1 (Daniel Northern--8.0, Amadi McKenzie--8.1)

12.  High Point--16.7 (Arizona Reid--11.4, Cruz Daniels--5.3)

13.  Louisville--16.6 (Earl Clark--8.6, Terrence Williams--8.0)

14.  Pittsburgh--16.4 (DeJuan Blair--9.8, Sam Young--6.8)

15.  Texas--16.2 (Damion James--10.5, Connor Atchley--5.7)

16.  Connecticut--16.1 (Jeff Adrien--9.0, Hasheem Thabeet--7.1)

17.  Niagara--16.0 (Charron Fisher--9.0, Benson Egemonye--7.0)

17.  Tennessee-Martin--16.0 (Gerald Robinson--8.1, Lester Hudson--7.7)

19.  Grambling--15.9 (Anthony Williams--8.9, Jamal Breaux--7.0)

20.  Mississippi State--15.7 (Jarvis Varnado--8.3, Charles Rhodes--7.4)

 

Boise State 1,000-Point Club

NAME (Years) G FGs FTs AVG. PTS

 1. Tanoka Beard, 1989-93 110 676 592 17.7 1944

 2. Steve Connor, 1974-78 107 771 385 18.0 1927

 3. Coby Karl, 2003-07 127 500 432 13.4 1698

 4. Abe Jackson, 1998-02 106 544 319 15.7 1660

 5. Chris Childs, 1985-89 118 540 359 13.6 1602

 6. Roberto Bergersen, 1996-99 86 535 252 17.3 1485

 7. Vince Hinchen, 1981-84 78 489 265 15.9 1243

 8. Gerry Washington, 1995-99 113 352 322 10.7 1210

 9. Pat Hoke, 1972-76 86 445 275 13.5 1165

10. Trent Johnson, 1974-78 107 463 229 10.8 1155

11. John Coker, 1991-95 84 439 154 13.4 1126

12. Danny Jones, 1974-78 98 406 278 11.1 1090

13. Bryan Defares, 2000-04 118 360 313 9.2 1087

14. Eric Lane, 2003-07 122 373 129 8.8 1074

15. Ron Austin, 1969-71 52 386 295 20.5 1067

16. Greg Bunn, 1970-73 77 343 346 13.4 1032

17. Booker Nabors, 2000-04 119 374 166 8.6 1025

18. Jason Ellis, 2001-05 120 387 230 8.4 1004

---  Reggie Larry, 2006-present 52 317 165 16.0 833

 

 

All-Time Single-Season Scoring Duos

 1.  Bergersen/Tolman 1997-98 1,021

 2.  Coker/Williams 1993-94 1,014

 3.  Austin/Wallace 1970-71 1,002

 4.  Bergersen/Washington 1998-99 998

 5.  Hoke/Connor 1975-76 987

 6.  Blackburn/Karl 2004-05 955

 7.  Jones/Childs 1986-87 936

 8.  Beard/Sanor 1990-91 928

 9.  Jones/Childs 1987-88 922

10. Hoke/Connor 1974-75 917

11. Jackson/Nabors 2001-02 899

12. Karl/Larry 2006-07 895

12. Connor/Jones 1977-78 895

13. Bailey/McKinney 1980-81 891

14. Jackson/Woods 2000-01 888

15. Karl/Nelson 2006-07 875

16. Foster/Childs 1988-89 874

17. Haynes/Blackburn 2003-04 860

19. Beard/Haliburton 1991-92 857

20. Nelson/Larry 2006-07 854

21. Otey/Hart 1968-69 842

22. Haynes/Defares 2002-03 838

23. Beard/Morris 1992-93 836

24. Dickey/Wilson 1973-74 831

25. Karl/Lane 2005-06 829

--- Larry/Nelson 2007-08 731

 

All-Time Single-Season Scoring Trios

 1.  Coker/Williams/Shephard 1993-94 1,352

 1.  Bergersen/Tolman/Washington 1997-98 1,352

 3.  Hoke/Connor/Jones 1975-76 1,334

 4.  Karl/Nelson/Larry 2006-07 1,312

 5.  Austin/Wallace/Bunn 1970-71 1,306

 6.  Jones/Childs/Foster 1987-88 1,286

 7.  Jones/Childs/Kelly 1986-87 1,267

 8.  Hoke/Connor/Smith 1974-75 1,257

 9.  Bergersen/Washington/Woods 1998-99 1,249

10. Blackburn/Karl/Lane-Harris 2004-05 1,248

11. Beard/Sanor/Fikes 1990-91 1,243

11. Connor/Jones/Johnson 1977-78 1,243

13. Haynes/Blackburn/Defares 2003-04 1,202

14. Jackson/Woods/Nabors 2000-01 1,184

15. Jackson/Nabors/Defares 2001-02 1,181

16. Otey/Hart/Burke 1968-69 1,175

17. Beard/Halliburton/Fikes 1991-92 1,165

---  Larry/Nelson/Tiedeman 2007-08 1,027

 

Scoring Average, Season

 1.  24.5 Ron Austin 1970-71

 2.  22.2 Roberto Bergersen 1998-99

 3.  21.0 Tanoka Beard 1992-93

 4.  19.6 Steve Connor 1977-78

 5.  19.4 Roberto Bergersen 1997-98

 6.  19.2 Pat Hoke 1974-75

 7.  18.6 Abe Jackson 2001-02

 8.  18.1 Tanoka Beard 1991-92

 9.  17.7 Tanoka Beard 1990-91

10. 17.6 Vince Hinchen 1983-84

10. 17.6 Steve Connor 1974-75

12. 17.4 Abe Jackson 2000-01

12. 17.4 John Coker 1993-94

14. 17.3 Eric Bailey 1980-81

14. 17.3 Steve Connor 1976-77

16. 17.2 Coby Karl 2005-06

16. 17.2 Vince Hinchen 1982-83

16. 17.2 Clyde Dickey 1973-74

19. 17.1 Pat Hoke 1975-76

20. 17.0 Larry McKinney 1980-81

---  18.9 Reggie Larry 2007-08

---  16.0 Matt Nelson 2007-08

 

Rebound Average, Season

 1.  17.3 Bill Otey 1968-69

 2.  13.0 Bill Otey 1969-70

 3.  11.0 Steve Wallace 1971-72

 4.   9.8 Steve Wallace 1970-71

 5.   9.1 George Wilson 1973-74

 6 .  9.0 Jason Ellis 2003-04

 7 .  8.96 Jason Ellis 2004-05

 8 .  8.9 Matt Nelson 2006-07

 9.   8.8 Greg Bunn 1971-72

10.  8.75 Pat Hoke 1974-75

11.  8.73 Ron Austin 1970-71

---   9.4 Reggie Larry 2007-08

---   7.8 Matt Nelson 2007-08

 

Field Goals Made, Season

  1.  231 John Coker 1993-94

  2.  224 Roberto Bergersen 1998-99

  3.  221 Ron Austin 1970-71

  4.  217 Roberto Bergersen 1997-98

  5.  211 Steve Connor 1977-78

  6.  199 Tanoka Beard 1992-93

  7.  197 Jermaine Blackburn 2004-05

  8.  192 Bill Otey 1968-69

  9.  188 Eric Bailey 1980-81

 10. 187 Arnell Jones 1987-88

 10. 187 Steve Connor 1975-76

---   147 Reggie Larry 2007-08

---   132  Matt Nelson 2007-08

 

3-Point Field Goals Made, Season

 1.  92 Abe Jackson 2001-02

 2.  83 Abe Jackson 2000-01

 3.  80 Coby Karl 2006-07

 4.  77 Mike Tolman 1997-98

 5.  72 Abe Jackson 1999-00

 6.  71 Roberto Bergersen 1998-99

 7.  70 Coby Karl 2005-06

 8.  69 Franco Harris 2004-05

 9.  67 Coby Karl 2004-05

10. 63 Gerry Washington 1998-99

11. 60 Eric Lane 2005-06

11. 60 Roberto Bergersen 1997-98

11. 60 Joe Wyatt 1996-97

---  54 Tyler Tiedeman 2007-08

---  39  Matt Bauscher 2007-08

 

3-Point Field Goals Attempted, Season

 1.  281 Abe Jackson 2001-02

 2.  216 Coby Karl 2006-07

 3.  206 Abe Jackson 2000-01

 4.  200 Abe Jackson 1999-00

 5.  181 Coby Karl 2004-05

 6.  179 Roberto Bergersen 1998-99

 7.  178 Franco Harris 2004-05

 8.  177 Coby Karl 2005-06

 9.  174 Mike Tolman 1997-98

10. 167 Eric Lane 2005-06

11. 163 Eric Lane 2006-07

12. 162 Eric Lane 2004-05

---  109 Tyler Tiedeman 2007-08

 

Field Goal Percentage, Season

(Minimum 5 attempts per game)

 1.   71.4% (120-168) Billy Fikes 1991-92

 2. . 69.0% (129-187) Billy Fikes 1990-91

 3. . 66.1% (187-283) Arnell Jones 1987-88

 4. . 65.5% (114-174) Bruce Bolden 1984-85

 5. . 63.4%(109-172) Phil Rodman 1995-96

 6. . 60.6% (140-231) Danny Jones 1977-78

 7. . 60.2% (127-211) Dave Richardson 1979-80

 8. . 60.1% (101-168) Bruce Bolden 1982-83

 9. . 59.8% (144-241) Jeff Kelley 1986-87

10. .59.3% (131-221) Danny Jones 1975-76

---   66.0 (132-200) Matt Nelson 2007-08

 

3-Point Field Goal Percentage, Season

 (Minimum 2 attempts per game)

 1. .52.2% (36-69) Brian King 1987-88

 2.  49.5% (45-91) Lance Vaughn 1990-91

 3.  45.0% (54-120) Chris Childs 1987-88

 4.  44.61% (29-65) Kenny Wilson 2005-06

 4.  44.61% (29-65) Brian King 1988-89

 6.  44.56% (41-92) Shambric Williams 1993-94

 7.  44.3% (77-174) Mike Tolman 1997-98

 8.  44.0% (40-91) Booker Nabors 2003-04

 9.  43.7% (52-119) Chris Childs 1988-89

10. 43.2% (54-125) Gerry Washington 1996-97

---  49.5%  (54-109) Tyler Tiedeman 2007-08

---  47.6 % (39-82) Matt Bauscher 2007-08

---  45.8 % (27-59) Reggie Larry 2007-08

 

Assists, Season

 1. 145 Doug Usitalo 1987-88

 2. 145 Steve Connor 1976-77

 3. 135 Frank Jackson 1984-85

 4. 130 Doug Usitalo 1986-87

 5. 129 Coby Karl 2004-05

 6. 128 Rodger Bates 1980-81

 7. 127 Terry Miller 1975-76

 8. 125 Coby Karl 2006-07

 9. 122 Chris Childs 1988-89

10. 122 Steve Connor 1975-76

11. 118 Steve Connor 1977-78

---   84 Anthony Thomas 2007-08

 

Steals, Season

 1.  105 Doug Usitalo 1986-87

 2.   80 Doug Usitalo 1987-88

 3.   72 Rawn Hayes 1982-83

 4.   68 Chris Childs 1986-87

 5.   58 Chris Childs 1987-88

 6.   57 Bernard Walker 1993-94

 7.   56 Darnell Woods 1992-93

 7.   56 Chris Childs 1985-86

 9.   55 Gerry Washington 1996-97

10.  54 Roberto Bergersen 1998-99

10.  54 Arnell Jones 1987-88

---   40 Anthony Thomas 2007-08

 

Career Scoring Average

 1. 20.5 Ron Austin 1969-71

 2. 18.0 Steve Connor 1974-78

 3. 17.7 Tanoka Beard 1989-93

 4. 17.3 Roberto Bergersen 1996-99

 5. 16.14 Clyde Dickey 1972-74

 6. 16.11 Arnell Jones 1986-88

 7. 15.9 Vince Hinchen 1981-84

 8. 15.7 Abe Jackson 1998-02

 9. 15.2 Larry McKinney 1979-81

10. 15.1 Dave Williams 1979-80

---  16.0 Reggie Larry 2006-current

 

Career Rebounding Average

 1. 15.1 Bill Otey 1968-70

 2. 10.4 Steve Wallace 1970-72

 3. 7.9 Jason Ellis 2001-05

 4. 7.7 Arnell Jones 1986-88

 5. 7.0 Pat Hoke 1972-76

 5. 7.0 Bruce Bolden 1981-85

 7. 6.6 Trent Johnson 1974-78

 8. 6.1 Tanoka Beard 1989-93

 9.  6.0 Dave Richardson 1977-80

10. 5.7 Danny Jones 1974-78

---  8.6 Reggie Larry 2006-current

 

Career Field Goals Made

 1.  771 Steve Connor 1974-78

 2.  676 Tanoka Beard 1989-93

 3.  544 Abe Jackson 2001-02

 4.  540 Chris Childs 1985-89

 5 . 535 Roberto Bergersen 1996-99

 6.  500 Coby Carl 2003-07

 7 . 489 Vince Hinchen 1981-84

 8 . 445 Pat Hoke 1972-76

 9 . 439 John Coker 1991-95

10. 406 Danny Jones 1975-78

11. 389 Jason Ellis 2001-05

---  317 Reggie Larry 2007-08

 

Career Three-Point Percentage

 1. 45.3% (120-265) Brian King 1987-90

 2. 42.3% (47-111) Wilson Foster 1987-89

 3. 42.2% (163-386) Chris Childs 1985-89

 3.  42.2% (43-102) Shambric Williams 1992-94

 5. 40.9% (45-110) Craig Spjute 1984-86

 6. 40.049% (163-407) Roberto Bergersen 1996-99

 7.  40.046% (171-427) Mike Tolman 1992-93/95-98

 8.  38.7% (77-199) Jermaine Haliburton 1991-93

 9. .38.3% (184-480) Gerry Washington 1995-99

10. .38.3%(112-293) Franco Harris 2003-05

---  41.6% (99-238) Tyler Tiedeman 2005-current

--- 40.4% (99-245) Matt Bauscher 2005-current

 

 

TEAM RECORDS:

 

Games Won

1. 24 1987-88

2. 23 2003-04

2. 23 1988-89

4. 22 1986-87

5. 21 1998-99

5. 21 1992-93

-- 16 2007-08

 

Points Scored

1. 2,431 2003-04

2. 2,393 2004-05

3. 2,360 2006-07

4. 2,293 1975-76

5. 2,249 1968-69

6. 2,237 2000-01

-- 1,745 2007-08

 

Scoring Average

1. 83.3 1968-69

2. 82.0 1974-75

3. 79.6 1970-71

4. 79.1 1975-76

5. 78.5 1971-72

-- 83.1 2007-08

 

Field Goals Made

1. 956 1968-69

2. 867 1975-76

3. 856 2004-05

4. 852 2003-04

5. 848 1993-94

-- 630 2007-08

 

Field Goals Attempted

1. 2,146 1968-69

2. 1,987 2004-05

3. 1,919 1972-73

4. 1,904 2003-04

5. 1,828 2006-07

6. 1,809 1975-76

-- 1,220 2007-08

 

Field Goal Percentage

1. 52.4% 1987-88

2. 51.2% 1978-79

3. 50.5% 1990-91

4. 49.7% 1986-87

5. 49.6% 1988-89

-- 51.6% 2007-08

 

Free Throws Attempted

1. 797 1971-72

2. 792 1986-87

3. 768 1975-76

4. 746 1970-71

5. 712 1992-93

-- 466 2007-08

 

Free Throw Percentage

1. 73.8% 2003-04

2. 72.8% 1975-76

3. 71.9% 1997-98

3. 71.9% 1981-82

3. 71.9% 1988-89

---66.1% 2007-08

 

3-Point Field Goals Made

1. 263 2004-05

2. 230 2005-06

3. 223 1996-97

4. 221 2003-04

4. 221 1997-98

6. 220 2006-07

---177 2007-08

 

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

1. 735 2004-05

2. 649 2006-07

3. 639 2003-04

4. 629 2005-06

5. 613 1996-97

6. 570 1995-96

---448 2007-08

 

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

1. 44.7% 1987-88

2. 44.1% 1988-89

3. 39.4% 1997-98

4. 39.1% 1986-87

5. 38.0% 1989-90

---39.5% 2007-08

 

Rebounds

1. 1,545 1968-69

2. 1,193 2004-05

3. 1,190 2006-07

4. 1,136 2003-04

5. 1,120 1974-75

6. 1,099 1993-94

--   741 2007-08

 

Rebounding Average

1. 57.2 1968-69

2. 43.1 1974-75

3. 40.0 1971-72

4. 38.4 2006-07

5. 38.3 1972-73

6. 37.5 1978-79

-- 35.3 2007-08

 

Assists

1. 540 1975-76

2. 520 1993-94

3. 489 1977-78

4. 480 1981-82

5. 475 1976-77

5. 475 1973-74

-- 385 2007-08

 

 

Defensive

 

Rebounds

1. 826 1999-00

2. 854 1983-84

3. 871 1998-99

3. 871 1996-97

5. 874 1987-88

-- 676 2007-08


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