Boise State Celebrates Four Seniors

Once in a great while, a senior class comes along that is special, even magical. This year, four seniors are set to play their last regular-season game in Taco Bell Arena. Join us as we salute Matt Bauscher, Reggie Larry, Matt Nelson and Tyler Tiedman!

Although Bronco fans didn't get a chance to know them as well as they would have liked, with none of Boise State's four seniors playing here for more than three years, they have left an indelible mark on the program.  Matt Bauscher, Reggie Larry, Matt  Nelson and Tyler Tiedeman have led the Broncos to one of their best seasons in school history.  Tomorrow (Thursday) night, these four will be honored for their great contributions in a pre-game ceremony on Senior Night in Taco Bell Arena.  Boise State hosts Utah State at 7.

 

These four great Broncos are a major reason that Boise State is second in the country in field goal percentage (51.1 percent), sixth in assists (18.3 per game), 13th in scoring (81.6 points per game) and 25th in three-point percentage (39.3%).  The Broncos lead the WAC in scoring average, scoring margin, field goal percentage, assists and defensive rebounds and are second in the league in steals, three-point field goals, three-point percentage and assists/turnover ratio.

 

There are several things to watch after these seniors have been honored and the game gets underway as they assault the school record book.  With 19 points, Reggie Larry will become the 19th member of the 1,000 Point Club at Boise State.  With seven field goals, Larry will tie Steve Connor at #5 for the most field goals in a season.

 

 Larry and Matt Nelson rank as the eighth best rebounding duo in the nation with 17.0 rebounds per game between them.  They are the #30 scoring duo in the country with 34.4 points per game.  Larry and Nelson are one of only three duos in the nation to rank in the top 30 in scoring and the top 10 in rebounding.  With 30 points, the duo will rank as the third-highest scoring duo in school history.  With 42 points, they will rank #2 all-time.

 

Larry, Nelson and Tyler Tiedeman rank as the 22nd-highest scoring trio in the country with 48.4 points per game. They already have shattered the all-time school mark, ranking #1 in school history with 1,388 points as the top-scoring trio ever.  

 

With four three-pointers, Tiedeman will tie Mike Tolman at #4 for the most treys in a season at Boise State.

 

If Boise State is able to score 80 points, this Bronco team will rank third all-time with 14 games of 80 or more points this season.  Ten field goals will give the Broncos the second most in school history.  But here's the best one, because it typifies what this Bronco team is all about.  With 15 assists against Utah State, The 2007-08 Broncos will break the school record!

 

Those are the numbers—here are the four great seniors we celebrate on Senior Day…

 

 

Matt Bauscher

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The inspirational sparkplug and the glue that holds the Broncos together on the court, Bauscher was named the Jeff Foster Memorial Award winner each of the past two seasons.

 

For his career, Bauscher is averaging 7.3 points and 2.8 rebounds per game.  He is a very good rebounder from the guard position.  He is hitting 38.9% from three-point territory (105-270).  He has 197 career assists, 78 steals and 14 blocked shots.

 

Matt is averaging 9.1 points per game this season for Coach Greg Graham's Broncos.  He leads the WAC and is fourth in the nation in assists/turnover ratio with three times as many assists as turnovers.  Bauscher is hitting 42.1 percent (45-for-107) of his three-point attempts, seventh in the league.  Matt is averaging 3.4 rebounds and has 87 assists, 29 steals and four blocked shots.  His 3.11 assists per game average ranks ninth in the WAC.

 

Last season, Matt was named to the Western Athletic Conference All-Academic team for the second straight year.  He averaged 4.5 points and 1.8 rebounds while making 49 percent (47-of-96) shots and 38.6 percent (22-of-57) three-point tries. 

 

In 2005-2006, Bauscher was named to the WAC All-Academic team.  He started 20 games at guard and finished third on the team with 8.5 points per game and tied for the lead in steals with 30.  Matt also averaged 3.2 rebounds per game.  He enjoyed a career night against San Jose State with 22 points on 8-of-12 shooting and four three pointers, five rebounds and five assists. 

 

 

 Reggie Larry

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Larry played only two years but his name will live on in the Bronco record books as one of the top forwards in Bronco history.  He jumps well and is money when he gets the ball deep inside.  Larry was a first-team preseason All-WAC choice and has lived up that billing.

 

This year, Reggie is averaging 18.8 points a game (third in the WAC) and has really improved his game with 43.8 (32-for-73) shooting from three-point territory (fourth in the conference).  He is also leading the league with 9.2 rebounds per game and has 52 assists, 42 steals and 28 blocked shots.  Larry is hitting 54.3 percent from the field (204-376), seventh in the conference.  Reggie has 12 double-doubles already this season.  He hit a career-high 27 points against Fresno State in January. 

Last year, Larry was named to the WAC All-Newcomer Team and shared the team's "Hard Hat Award" with Matt Nelson, which goes to the team's best rebounder.  He finished the season second on the team and eighth in the WAC with 14.1 points per game.  He was also second on the team and sixth in the WAC in rebounding with 8.1 per game and was sixth in the league in blocked shots with 44 (fifth most in school history).  Larry was also seventh in the WAC in field goal percentage, fifth in defensive rebounds and ninth in offense rebounds.  He had nine double-doubles on the season and blocked an incredible five shots against San Jose State.  Reggie's best overall game came against Sacramento State when he scored 24 points (9-of-10 shooting) and grabbed 11 rebounds. 

 

Matt Nelson

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Nelson transferred to Boise State from Eastern Washington, where he helped the Golden Eagles to the NCAA Tournament.  He could do it again this season with the Broncos.  He is a force not to be denied inside, chooses his shots wisely and is an aggressive rebounder.

Matt is averaging 14.3 points and 8.3 rebounds over his two-year Bronco career.  When you add in his years at EWU, he has scored 1,280 points and pulled down 773 rebounds.  He also has 162 assists, 71 steals and 25 blocked shots.  He is averaging 58.4% from the floor (495-848). 

Nelson is averaging 15.6 points per game this season (eighth in the WAC) as the perfect compliment to Larry and hitting an incredible 65.0 percent of his shots (third in the nation).  Matt is averaging 7.6 rebounds a game, second in the WAC to teammate Larry.  He has 59 assists, 17 steals and seven blocked shots.  His high game was 25 against Idaho in January.  Nelson has nine double-doubles this season.

Last season, Nelson was named to the WAC All-Newcomer team along with Larry.  He was named not only to the WAC All-Academic team but the CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 Team as well.  Hs shared the team's "Hard Hat Award" with Larry.  Matt was third on the team and 12th in the WAC with 13.5 points per game.  He led the WAC in field goal percentage (57.8 percent) and was fourth in the conference with 8.9 rebounds per game.  Nelson was also fourth in both offensive and defensive rebounds.  He finished the year with 10 double-doubles.  He hit for a season high 25 points against Hawai'i and grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds at Montana.

 

Tyler Tiedeman

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This sharpshooter from California took up basketball just three seasons ago after playing baseball in junior college.  He's learned quickly.  When opponents focus too much inside on Larry and Nelson, Tiedeman burns them from outside.  And how.

Tiedeman is averaging 8.0 points and 2.6 rebounds for his career.  He is hitting 49.5% (247-499) from the field and a sizzling 43.1% (118-274) from three-point land.  He has 173 career assists, 36 steals and 15 blocked shots. 

Tiedeman is averaging 14.0 points per game (11th in the conference) this season to give Boise State a great 1-2-3 combination.  Tyler is hitting 50.3 percent (73-145) from three-point land which ranks second in the WAC and third in the nation and he is one of the team's best free-throw shooters at 73.0 percent (65-89).  Tiedeman is averaging an even 54 percent from the field (134-248), which is eighth in the league.  He is also averaging 3.4 rebounds per game and has 89 assists, 15 steals and 10 blocked shots.  Tyler hit for a career-high 27 in a big win earlier this season over Nevada.

Last year, Tiedeman averaged 4.4 points and 2.0 rebounds per game, making 47.2 percent (51-for-108) of his shots and hitting 39.7 percent (23-for-58) of three-pointers and 70.6 percent from the free-throw line. 

In the 2005-06 year, Tiedeman started 16 games, finishing with 5.9 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game.  He hit for 24 points at Nevada when he nailed 9-of-13 shots and also added four steals.

 

 

Top Rebounding Duos among All Players:

 

1.   Kansas State--19.1 Michael Beasley--12.6, Bill Walker--6.5)

2.   Notre Dame--18.2 (Luke Harangody--10.5, Rob Kurz--7.7)

3.   Rider--17.9 (Jason Thompson--11.8, Ryan Thompson--6.1)

4.   California--17.7 (Ryan Anderson—9.9, Devon Hardin—7.8)

4.  Tennessee Tech--17.7 (Daniel Northern--9.3, Amadi McKenzie--8.4)

6.   Indiana--17.5 (D.J. White--10.4, Jamarcus Ellis--7.1)

7.  Connecticut--17.1 (Jeff Adrien--9.3, Hasheem Thabeet--7.8)

8.  Boise State--17.0 (Reggie Larry--9.2, Matt Nelson--7.8)

8.   Memphis--17.0 (Joey Dorsey--10.0, Robert Dozier--7.0)

10.   Ohio--16.9 (Leon Williams (9.7, Jerome Tillman--7.2)

10.   St. Mary's--16.9 (Diamon Simpson--9.5, Omar Samhan--7.4)

12.  Syracuse--16.3 (Paul Harris--8.4, Arinza Onuaku--7.9)

13.  Grambling--16.2 (Anthony Williams--8.7, Jamal Breaux--7.5)

14.  High Point--16.0 (Arizona Reid--11.1, Cruz Daniels--4.9)

15.  Niagara--15.9 (Charron Fisher--9.3, Benson Egemonye--6.6)

15.  Texas--15.9 (Damion James--10.5, Connor Atchley--5.4)

17.  Tennessee-Martin--15.8 (Gerald Robinson--8.0, Lester Hudson--7.8)

18.  Louisville--15.7 (Earl Clark--8.0, Terrence Williams--7.7)

18.  Pittsburgh--15.7 (DeJuan Blair--9.3, Sam Young--6.4)

20.  Mississippi State--15.5 (Jarvis Varnado--8.1, Charles Rhodes--7.4)

 

Top Scoring Duos:

  1. VMI—46.1 (Reggie Williams—27.8, Travis Holmes—18.3)
  2. Niagara—43.7 (Charron Fisher—27.8, Tyrone Lewis—15.9)
  3. Kansas State—43.2 (Michael Beasley (26.9, Bill Walker--16.3)
  4. Tennessee-Martin—42.5 (Lester Hudson—25.5, Marquis Weddle—17.0)
  5. North Dakota State—39.9 (Ben Woodside—20.7, Brett Winkelman—19.2)
  6. North Carolina—39.8 (Tyler Hansbrough—23.3, Wayne Ellington—16.5)
  7. Fairleigh Dickinson—39.3 (Manny Ubilla—20.8, Sean Baptiste—18.5)
  8. San Francisco—39.3 (Dior Lowhorn—20.7, Vince Polakovic—18.6)
  9. California—36.9 (Ryan Anderson—21.5, Patrick Christopher—15.4)
  10. Chicago State—38.6 (David Holston—23.1, John Cantrell—15.5)
  11. Indiana—38.4 (Eric Gordon—21.4, R.J. White—17.0)
  12. Davidson—38.3 (Stephen Curry—25.3, Jason Richards—13.0)
  13. Massachusetts—38.0 (Gary Forbes—20.1, Ricky Harris—17.9)
  14. Arizona—37.6 (Jerryd Bayless—20.4, Chase Budinger—17.2)
  15. Hofstra—37.6 (Antoine Agudio—22.5, Charles Jenkins—15.1)
  16. Vermont—37.4 (Marqus Blakely—19.4, Mike Timboli—18.0)
  17. High Point—37.1 (Arizona Reid—24.0, Mike Jefferson—13.1)
  18. UTEP—37.1(Stefen Jackson—24.3, Marvin Kilgore—12.8)
  19. New Orleans—37.0 (Bo McCalebb—23.2, Kyndall Dykes—13.8)
  20. Vanderbilt—36.6 (Shan Foster—19.8, A.J. Oglivy—16.8)
  21. Notre Dame—36.4 (Luke Harangody—21.1, Kyle McAlarney—15.3)
  22. Texas—36.2(D.J. Augustin (19.8, A.J.. Abrams—16.4)
  23. UAB—36.2 (Robert Vaden—22.0, Walter Sharpe—14.2)
  24. Temple—36.0 (Dionte Christmas—19.8, Mark Tyndale—16.2)
  25. Utah State—36.0 (Jaycee Carroll—22.7, Gary Wilkinson—13.3)
  26. Cal State-Fullerton—35.9 (Josh Akognon—19.8, Frank Robinson—16.1)
  27. Navy—35.6 (Greg Sprink—21.2, Chris Harris—14.4)
  28. Mercer—35.2 (James Florence—19.0, Shaddean Aaron—16.2)
  29. Rider—35.0 (Jason Thompson—20.2, Ryan Thompson—14.8)
  30. Boise State—34.4 (Reggie Larry-18.8, Matt Nelson—15.6)
  31. South Carolina 34.0 (Devon Downey—19.3, Zam Fredrick—14.7)
  32. Syracuse—34.3 (Donte Greene—17.3, Eric Devendorf—17.0)
  33. Fresno State—34.0 (Kevin Bell—18.7, Eddie Miller—15.3)
  34. LSU—33.7(Marcus Thornton—18.8, Anthony Randolph—14.9)
  35. Tennessee State—33.5 (Bruce Price—18.0, Gerald Robinson, Jr.—15.5)

 

Top Scoring Trios:

  1. VMI—61.7 (Reggie Williams—27.8, Travis Holmes—18.3, Chavis Holmes—15.6)
  2. Tennessee-Martin—57.8 (Lester Hudson—25.5, Marquis Weddle—17.0, Gerald Robinson—15.3)
  3. Niagara—57.2 (Charron Fisher—27.8, Tyrone Lewis—15.9, Stanley Hodge—13.5)
  4. North Dakota State—53.7 (Ben Woodside—20.7, Brett Winkelman—19.2, Mike Nelson—13.8)
  5. Kansas State—53.0 (Michael Beasley (26.9, Bill Walker--16.3, Jacob Pullen 9.8)
  6. San Francisco—53.0 (Dior Lowhorn—20.7, Vince Polakovic—18.6, Manny Quezada—13.7)
  7. North Carolina—52.8 (Tyler Hansbrough—23.3, Wayne Ellington—16.5, Ty Lawson—13.0)
  8. Massachusetts—50.8 (Gary Forbes—20.1, Ricky Harris—17.9, Etienne Brower—12.8)
  9. Cal State-Fullerton—50.7 (Josh Akognon—19.8, Frank Robinson—16.1, Scott Cutley—14.8)
  10. Arizona—50.5 (Jerryd Bayless—20.4, Chase Budinger—17.2, Jordan Hill—12.9)
  11. Syracuse—50.0 (Donte Greene—17.3, Eric Devendorf—17.0, Jonny Flynn—15.7)
  12. Fairleigh Dickinson—49.9 (Manny Ubilla—20.8, Sean Baptiste—18.5, Bernell Murray 10.6)
  13. Indiana—49.8 (Eric Gordon—21.4, R.J. White—17.0, Armon Bassett—11.4)
  14. Navy—49.6 (Greg Sprink—21.2, Chris Harris—14.4, Kaleo Kina—14.0)
  15. California—49.4 (Ryan Anderson—21.5, Patrick Christopher—15.4, Marquise Kately—12.5)
  16. High Point—49.3 (Arizona Reid—24.0, Mike Jefferson—13.1, Eugene Harris—12.2)
  17. 18. UTEP—49.3 (Stefen Jackson—24.3, Marvin Kilgore—12.8, Randy Culpepper—12.3)
  18. Texas—49.1 (D.J. Augustin--19.8, A.J.. Abrams—16.4, Damion James—12.9)
  19. Notre Dame—49.0 (Luke Harangody—21.1, Kyle McAlarney—15.3, Rob Kurz—12.6)
  20. Rider—49.0 (Jason Thompson—20.2, Ryan Thompson—14.8, Harris Mansell—14.0)
  21. Kentucky—48.8 (Joe Crawford—16.5, Patrick Patterson—16.4, Ramel Bradley—15.9)
  22. Boise State—48.4 (Reggie Larry-18.8, Matt Nelson—15.6, Tyler Tiedeman—14.0)
  23. Vermont—48.2 (Marqus Blakely—19.4, Mike Timboli—18.0, Kyle Cieplicki—10.8)
  24. Vanderbilt—47.3 (Shan Foster—19.8, A.J. Oglivy—16.8, Alex Gordon—10.7)
  25. Davidson—46.3 (Stephen Curry—25.3, Jason Richards—13.0, Thomas Sander—8.0)

 

Records within reach for 2007-08 Broncos:

 

Wins on the Road

1. 11 (2007-08)

2. 10 (2003-04)

3. 9 (1998-99)

9 (1987-88)

9 (1988-89)

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)

 

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 (11-2)

 

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 (2007-08)

4. 13 (1974-75)

6. 12 (1971-72)

7. 11 (2006-07)

8. 10 (2000-01)

8. 10 (1992-93)

10. 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. 72 Reggie Larry 2006-current

8 . 69 Jeff Kelley 1983-87

9. 62 Larry McKinney 1979-81

10. 60 Richard Morgan 1998-02

10. 60 Billy Fikes 1990-92

12. 57 Coby Karl 2003-07

  

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 60 374 196 16.4 981

 

 Career Scoring Average

1.      Ron Austin 1969-1971 (20.5)

2.      Steve Connor 1974-1978 (18.0)

3.      Tanoka Beard 1989-1993 (17.7)

4.      Roberto Bergersen 1996-1999 (17.3)

5.      Clyde Dickey 1972-1974 (16.14)

6.      Arnell Jones 1986-1988 (16.11)

7.      Vince Hinchen 1981-1984 (15.9)

8.      Abe Jackson 1998-2002 (15.7)

9.      Larry McKinney 1979-1981 (15.2)

10.  Dave Williams 1979-1980 (15.1)

--- Reggie Larry 2006-present (16.4)

 

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. Larry/Nelson 2007-08 972

7. Blackburn/Karl 2004-05 955

8. Jones/Childs 1986-87 936

9. Beard/Sanor 1990-91 928

10. Jones/Childs 1987-88 922

11. Hoke/Connor 1974-75 917

12. Jackson/Nabors 2001-02 899

13. Karl/Larry 2006-07 895

14. Connor/Jones 1977-78 895

15. Bailey/McKinney 1980-81 891

16. Jackson/Woods 2000-01 888

17. Karl/Nelson 2006-07 875

18. Foster/Childs 1988-89 874

19. Haynes/Blackburn 2003-04 860

20. Beard/Haliburton 1991-92 857

21. Nelson/Larry 2006-07 854

22. Otey/Hart 1968-69 842

23. Haynes/Defares 2002-03 838

24. Beard/Morris 1992-93 836

25. Dickey/Wilson 1973-74 831

26. Karl/Lane 2005-06 829

 

All-Time Single-Season Scoring Trios

1. Larry/Nelson/Tiedeman 2007-08 1,388

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

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

4. Hoke/Connor/Jones 1975-76 1,334

5. Karl/Nelson/Larry 2006-07 1,312

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

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

8. Jones/Childs/Kelly 1986-87 1,267

9. Hoke/Connor/Smith 1974-75 1,257

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

--- 18.8 Reggie Larry 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

--- 9.2 Reggie Larry 2007-08

--- 7.6 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. 204 Reggie Larry 2007-08

7. 199 Tanoka Beard 1992-93

8. 197 Jermaine Blackburn 2004-05

9. 192 Bill Otey 1968-69

10. 188 Eric Bailey 1980-81

11. 187 Arnell Jones 1987-88

11. 187 Steve Connor 1975-76

--- 173 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. 73 Tyler Tiedeman 2007-08

6. 72 Abe Jackson 1999-00

7. 71 Roberto Bergersen 1998-99

8. 70 Coby Karl 2005-06

9. 69 Franco Harris 2004-05

10. 67 Coby Karl 2004-05

11. 63 Gerry Washington 1998-99

12. 60 Eric Lane 2005-06

12. 60 Roberto Bergersen 1997-98

12. 60 Joe Wyatt 1996-97

--- 45 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

--- 145 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

--- 65.0 (173-266) 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

--- 50.3% (73-145) Tyler Tiedeman 2007-08

--- 42.1 % (45-107) Matt Bauscher 2007-08

--- 43.8 % (32-73) Reggie Larry 2007-08

   

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

--- 374 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

--- 43.1% (118-274) Tyler Tiedeman 2005-current

--- 38.9% (105-270) Matt Bauscher 2005-current

 

 

TEAM RECORDS:

 

Games Won

1. 24 1987-88

2. 23 2003-04

2. 23 1988-89

4. 22 2007-08

4. 22 1986-87

6. 21 1998-99

6. 21 1992-93

 

Points Scored

1. 2,431 2003-04

2. 2,393 2004-05

3. 2,362 2007-08

4. 2,360 2006-07

5. 2,293 1975-76

6. 2,249 1968-69

7. 2,237 2000-01

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

-- 81.4 2007-08

 

Field Goals Made

1. 956 1968-69

2. 867 1975-76

3. 858 2007-08

4. 856 2004-05

5. 852 2003-04

6. 848 1993-94

 

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

-- 1,681 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

-- 51.0% 2007-08

 

 

3-Point Field Goals Made

1. 263 2004-05

2. 235 2007-08

3. 230 2005-06

4. 223 1996-97

5. 221 2003-04

5. 221 1997-98

7. 220 2006-07

 

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. 599 2007-08

7. 570 1995-96

 

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

---39.2% 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

-- 1.044 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

-- 36.0 2007-08

 

Assists

1. 540 1975-76

2. 526 2007-08

3. 520 1993-94

4. 489 1977-78

5. 480 1981-82

6. 475 1976-77

6. 475 1973-74


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