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N A Z A R E T H C O L L E G E 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 s t a f f d i r e c t o r yPeter Bothner Terese Bouchard toby Brown jack Carpenter Marty Coddington Mike DaleyDirector of Athleticspbothne4@naz.edu389-2196Equestrian coachtboucha3@naz.edu389-2195associate men’sbasketball Coachtbrown9@naz.edu389-2193Women’sSoftball Coachjcarpen9@naz.edu389-2936Men’s & Women’sGolf Coachmcoddin6@naz.edu389-2851Assistant AthleticDirector & Men’sBasketball Coachmdaley8@naz.edu389-2814Michael Fahy Danny Gilbertson devin Gotham Adrienne Jester beth Kinslow traci lianAssistantAthletic Trainermfahy8@naz.edu389-2838Men’s Soccer Coachdgilber5@naz.edu389-2191women’sbasketball Coachdgotham6@naz.edu389-2190HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER,ASST. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR,SR. WOMANADMINISTRATORajester4@naz.edu389-2838Assistant AthleticTrainerbkinslo6@naz.edu389-2838Women’slacrosse coachtlian9@naz.edu389-2835Scott Love Gail Mann dave Marsh ryan Martin mike Palermo Rob RandallCross Country,Track & Field Coachelove9@naz.edu389-2852Women’sSoccer Coachgmann8@naz.edu389-2813diving Coachdmarsh3@naz.edu389-2198Assistant Men’sLacrosse CoachDirector ofIntramuralsrmartin3@naz.edu389-2858EquipmentRoom Managermpalerm6@naz.edu389-2837men’slacrosse Coachrrandal5@naz.edu389-2194Joe Seil Martie Staser lyndsay Thomas ANDREA Tutino Paul Waida cal WickensAssistant AthleticDirector/SIDjseil2@naz.edu389-2452Men’s & Women’sSwimming Coachmstaser3@naz.edu389-2198Athletic OfficeCoordinatorlthomas4@naz.edu389-2195Field Hockey Coachatutino0@naz.edu389-2199Men’s & Women’sTennis Coachpwaida7@naz.edu389-2853Men’s & Women’sVolleyball Coachcwicken0@naz.edu389-21892


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 h e a d C o a c hMIKE DALEYhead coachBack for his 23rd seasons as head coach, Mike Daleyin 2007-08 added several new milestones to hisalready impressive coaching resume.The Golden Flyers finished 20-8 overall and won thechampionship of the Empire 8 Conference. Alongthe way, Daley cashed in his 300th coaching victorywhile directing the Golden Flyers to their first NCAATournament berth in 10 years.With an overall record of 305-270, Daley has guidedthe Golden Flyers to several satisfying victories overthe past two-plus decades with 11 post-seasontournament berths and two JPMorgan ChaseTournament titles.Nazareth reached the NCAAs three other times underDaley’s direction and they also captured the ECACUpstate title in 1997.Daley came to Nazareth for the start of the 1986-87 season and helped the team to arecord of 22-6 and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. They reached the NCAAs again in1990, 1998 and 2008.Daley twice has been honored as Empire 8 Conference Coach of the Year and in 2002-03 was the national recipient of the Schoenfeld Sportsmanship Award by the CollegeBasketball Officials Association. The award is presented annually to the team that bestexemplifies sportsmanship, character, and ethics, traits that Nazareth teams haveconsistently exuded under Daley’s direction.A graduate of St. Bonaventure University, Daley brought to Nazareth an array of coachingexperience. He coached high school basketball in Ohio for 14 years and has also coachedfootball, swimming, track, cross country, and tennis at various levels.In 1979, Daley moved into the college coaching ranks as he became an assistant coachto Pete Lonergan at Division I Niagara University. He stayed with the Purple Eagles forsix seasons.Well respected by his peers, Daley has been invited to speak at numerous camps andclinics. He also is director of the popular Nazareth College Basketball Camp during thesummer.In addition to coaching basketball at Nazareth, Daley serves as assistant athletic directorand is active in game management and scheduling. He resides in Henrietta with his wife,Debbie. His daughter, Lea, is a 2007 Nazareth graduate.Golden Flyers’ Year by Year RecordsYear W L Coach Post-season1977-78 15 4 Joe Gigliotti1978-79 14 8 Joe Gigliotti NAIA Tournament1979-80 8 16 Joe Gigliotti1980-81 18 7 Joe Gigliotti NAIA Tournament1981-82 14 12 Joe Gigliotti1982-83 20 6 John Beilein NAIA Tournament1983-84 22 6 Bill Nelson NCAA East Title1984-85 20 6 Bill Nelson ECAC Tournament1985-86 23 5 Bill Nelson NCAA Tournament1986-87 22 6 Mike Daley NCAA Tournament1987-88 17 11 Mike Daley ECAC Tournament1988-89 14 12 Mike Daley ECAC Tournament1989-90 20 7 Mike Daley NCAA Tournament1990-91 16 11 Mike Daley ECAC Tournament1991-92 9 16 Mike Daley1992-93 12 13 Mike Daley1993-94 6 19 Mike Daley1994-95 7 18 Mike Daley1995-96 12 13 Mike Daley1996-97 18 10 Mike Daley ECAC Upstate Title1997-98 19 8 Mike Daley NCAA Tournament1998-99 15 11 Mike Daley ECAC Tournament1999-00 8 17 Mike Daley2000-01 11 14 Mike Daley2001-02 17 10 Mike Daley ECAC Tournament2002-03 22 6 Mike Daley ECAC Tournament2003-04 13 12 Mike Daley2004-05 8 17 Mike Daley2005-06 8 17 Mike Daley2006-07 11 14 Mike Daley2007-08 20 8 Mike Daley NCAA TournamentTotal 485 341Overall Coaching RecordsCoach (Seasons) Yrs. W L Pct.Mike Daley (1986-2008) 22 305 270 .530Joe Gigliotti (1977-1982) 5 69 47 .595Bill Nelson (1983-1986) 3 65 17 .793John Beilein (1982-1983) 1 20 6 .769Overall (1977-2008) 31 459 340 .574Mike Daley has amassed 305 victories in22 seasons at Nazareth.3


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 a s s i s t a n t C o a c h e sTOBY BROWNassOCIATE HEAD CoachWell recognized in the area collegebasketball scene for more than twodecades, Toby Brown is in his 12th seasonwith the Golden Flyers and his eighth asthe team’s associate head coach. Hecame to Nazareth in 1997 after sevenauspicious seasons as an assistant underBob McVean at Rochester Institute ofTechnology.A native of Waterloo, Brown helped R.I.T.to four 20-win seasons and three NCAAtournament appearances. In 1996-97,the Tigers finished 24-4 and reachedthe Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.During Brown’s time at Nazareth, theGolden Flyers have made five post-seasonappearances and won two conferencetitles. He helped the Golden Flyers to a 20-8 record last season, whichincluded the championship of the Empire 8 Conference, a runner-up finish inthe JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament and the program’s first NCAATournament berth in 10 years.Brown was a standout player at Waterloo High, then played for two seasonsat Alfred State before graduating with a degree in physical education fromCortland. He currently teaches health and physical education at the NormanHoward School in Rochester.DICK O’TOOLEAssistant CoachAfter 33 years of teaching and coachingin the Rochester City School District, DickO’Toole joined the Nazareth staff as apart-time assistant coach in 2003.O’Toole retired from high school coachingat the end of the 2002-03 season aftercompiling a career basketball recordof 315-268 as varsity coach at EdisonTech. Included in that run were threeCity-Catholic League titles, two SectionFive titles, and a trip to the New Yorkstate Class A Final Four in 1999. He wasnamed Section Five Class A Coach of theYear in 1997 and 1998.In addition to coaching basketball,O’Toole was the varsity baseball coachat Edison for 18 seasons. He also has coached football in the City SchoolDistrict at various levels.A graduate of Monroe Community College and SUNY Brockport, O’Tooleresides in Rochester with his wife, Maribeth. They are the parents of a son,Brendan, a 1997 Nazareth grad, and a daughter, Megan.KEVIN DOWNEYAssistant CoachKevin Downey, former basketballstandout at Canisius College, joined themen’s basketball staff as a part-timeassistant coach in December of 2006.Downey completed his college career in‘05-06 as Canisius’ sixth all-time scorerwith 1,583 points. He started every gameof his four-year career (116 overall) andranks second all-time in three-point fieldgoals made with 185.He earned an undergraduate degreein Biology and a Master’s degree inBusiness Administration.A native of Livonia, N.Y., Downey wasa scholastic standout at Livonia High,where he played for his father, the lateTom Downey. As a senior at Livonia in 2000-01, Downey was the all-GreaterRochester co-Player of the Year in leading the Bulldogs to the Section FiveClass B title and a 23-1 overall record.Downey’s mother, Linda Downey, was Nazareth’s women’s volleyball coachfor four seasons (1999-2002) and held the same position at the Universityof Rochester for five more seasons after that. His sister, Christa, was athree-time first-team All-American in volleyball for Nazareth from 2000through 2002.Downey works as a sales representative for G&G Fitness.Nazareth finished second in the JP Morgan ChaseTournament last January.4


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 s e a s o n p r e v i e wfrom the field (117-for-222) and was second on the team with 30 threepointers.Nazareth also lost frontcourt starter Tyler Smith to graduation, but hope toplug that gap with Jeff DeHimer, a 6-foot-7 senior, and sophomores JackMarchand and Ellis Walsh.DeHimer has played regularly the last three seasons and in ‘07-08 contributed7.3 points and 4.4 rebounds per game.Marchand, at 6-foot-8, saw limited action last season, but is expected to playmore minutes this season.Walsh, at 6-foot-6, is a transfer from Alfred, where he started regularly in ‘07-08 and led the Saxons in scoring (11.5 ppg.) and rebounding (5.7 pergame).Other experienced players are senior Joe Mihalich, a 6-foot-1 guard; seniorChris Barrett, a 6-foot-3 guard; sophomore Dominique Kendrick, a 6-footguard; and sophomore J.T. Miranda, a 6-foot-3 forward.The ‘07-08 roster also features four freshmen, all of whom could payimmediate dividends.MCADAMSenior Ryan McAdam is the Golden Flyers’ top returningscorer and rebounder.Jason Corletta, a 6-foot-3 guard from nearby Pittsford Sutherland, has strongoutside shooting skills while Justin Fladd, a 6-foot-3, 225-pound forward,should provide interior assistance. Guards Jordan Major and Phil Scaffidishould also help out.“We’re expecting a battle from everyone we play,” said Daley, who is assistedagain by Toby Brown, Kevin Downey and Dick O’Toole. “It’s a hard-workinggroup that needs to keep getting better.”Golden Flyers looking to repeat in the tough Empire8 ConferenceIt was something of a fairy tale ending that the Nazareth men’s basketballteam experienced in 2007-08.After some tenuous moments that defined parts of the regular season,Nazareth was able to string together back-to-back victories to capture theirfirst Empire 8 Conference title and gain their first NCAA Tournament berth in10 years.“We had a good run,” said Nazareth Coach Mike Daley, back for his 23rdseason after securing his 300th coaching victory last February. “It’ll beanother battle this season.”The Golden Flyers were picked second in the E8 pre-season coaches poll.That, Daley insists, means less than the paper on which it is printed.“We need to come to work every day, because there are no easy games,” hesaid. “We’ll have to go out and prove we belong in the top four.”To live up to those pre-season prognostications and reach the post-seasonpromised land, Nazareth will have to do so without its all-time leading scorer,Joe Canori, who graduated last spring with 1,921 career points and assortedother records, including most career three-point baskets (286). He made 84three-pointers last season and ranked second in the Empire 8 in scoring at20.3 points per game.The Golden Flyers will try to overcome Canori’s departure by leaning heavilyon the tactful play of junior point guard Corey McAdam and his older brotherRyan, a 6-foot-4 forward.Corey carved up opposing defenses to the tune of 8.7 assists per game torank second nationally in that category. He also averaged 13.7 points and 3.0steals per game.Ryan, despite missing six games with a broken hand, contributed 14.9 pointsand a team-best 8.9 rebounds per game in ‘07-08. He also shot 52.7 percentMCADAMJunior guard Corey McAdam ranked second nationaLlyin assists at 8.7 per game.5


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 r o s t e rNumerical# Name Pos. Yr. Ht. W T. High School/Hometown3 Chris Barrett* G Sr. 6-3 200 Williamsville South/Williamsville, NY5 J.T. Miranda* F So. 6-3 215 Christian Brothers Acad./E. Syracuse, NY11 Joe Mihalich* G Sr. 6-1 180 St. Joseph’s/Lewiston, NY12 Dominique Kendrick* G So. 6-0 160 Jamestown/Jamestown, NY15 Jordan Major G Fr. 6-1 185 Charlotte/Rochester, NY20 Brian Gebhardt* G So. 5-11 160 Fairport/Fairport, NY21 Corey McAdam* G Jr. 6-2 175 Fairport/Fairport, NY23 Ellis Walsh C So. 6-7 230 Penfield/Penfield, NY24 Ryan McAdam* G-F Sr. 6-4 200 Fairport/Fairport, NY30 Phil Scaffidi G Fr. 6-1 185 St. Joseph’s/Buffalo, NY32 Jason Corletta G-F Fr. 6-3 185 Pittsford Sutherland/Pittsford, NY33 Jake Fladd F Fr. 6-3 225 Frontier/Angola, NY45 Jack Marchand* C Fr. 6-8 230 McQuaid/Webster, NY50 Jeff DeHimer* C Sr. 6-7 235 Scotia-Glenville/Scotia, NY* Returning PlayersHEAD COACH: Mike DaleyASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: Toby BrownASSISTANT COACHES: Kevin Downey, Dick O’TooleAlphabetical# Name Pos.3 Chris Barrett G32 Jason Corletta G50 Jeff DeHimer C33 Jake Fladd F20 Brian Gebhardt G12 Dominique Kendrick G15 Jordan Major G45 Jack Marchand C21 Corey McAdam G24 Ryan McAdam G-F11 Joe Mihalich G5 J.T. Miranda F30 Phil Scaffidi G23 Ellis Walsh CFront Row (left to right) -- Jason Corletta, Chris Barrett, Dominique Kendrick, Joe Mihalich,Phil Scaffidi, Brian Gebhardt, Jordan Major.Back Row -- Mike Daley (head coach), Kevin Downey (assistant coach), Ryan McAdam, Jake Fladd, Ellis Walsh,Jack Marchand, Jeff DeHimer, J.T. Miranda, Corey McAdam, Dick O’Toole (assistant coach),Toby Brown (associate head coach).6


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 r e t u r n i n g p l a y e r s3CHRIS BARRETTSENIOR – GUARD – 6' 3" – 200 LBS. – WILLIAMSVILLE, nyHistory major with concentration in Inclusive Education. . . born 02/24/87. . . son of Tom and MaryKay Barrett, Williamsville, NY. . . returning for his fourth season, Barrett appeared in 21 games for the GoldenFlyers in 2008-09 and contributed 21 points with four three-pointers and 14 rebounds. . . scored seven points inwins over Hartwick 2/16/08 and Elmira 2/22/08. . . 2006-07: appeared in 15 games and scored 31 points andgrabbed 18 rebounds. . . went 4 for 8 from three-point range and 7 for 9 from the foul line. . . scored a career-besteight points (with two three-pointers) in a win over Keuka 1/13/07. . .2005-06: appeared in three games and scoredfive points against Elmira 2/4/06. . . SCHOLASTIC: a graduate of Williamsville South High School, Barrett playedthree seasons of varsity basketball as a guard for coach Al Monaco. . . named team captain and team MVP his juniorand senior seasons and finished his career as the fifth all-time leading scorer at Williamsville South. . . garnered first team all- ECIC III honors followinghis junior and senior seasons and was named to the Basketball Coaches Association of New York Academic all-state team. . . earned all-Western NewYork honorable mention accolades. . . also competed on the volleyball team, and was a first team all-star in addition to team captain. . . was the recipientof Williamsville’s Outstanding Senior Athlete Award and earned the United States Naval Award for Academic Achievement in addition to the U.S. ArmyReserve National Scholar/Athlete Award. . . member of National Honor Society.career statsYear GP FGM-A Pct. 3PM-A Pct. FTM-A Pct. Reb-Avg. Asts. PF-D St. Bl. Pts. Avg.2005-06 3 2-2 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 2-0 1 0 5 1.72006-07 15 10-21 .476 4-8 .500 7-9 .778 18-1.2 3 0-0 2 0 31 2.12007-08 21 8-17 .471 4-11 .364 1-3 .333 14-0.7 3 6-0 0 0 21 1.0Totals 39 20-40 .500 9-20 .450 8-12 .667 32-0.8 6 8-0 3 0 57 1.550JEFF DeHIMERSENIOR – Center – 6' 7" – 235 LBS. – scotia, nybusiness administration major. . . born 02/19/87. . . son of Roger and Janet DeHimer, Scotia, NY. . . returning for his fourth season, DeHimer appeared in all 28 games for the Golden Flyers in 2007-08 andcontributed 7.3 points and 4.4 rebounds per game. . . shot .497 from the floor (80-for-161). . . matched acareer high with 18 points in a loss to Ithaca 1/18/08. . . reached double figures in scoring nine times overall. . . equaled a career high with 10 rebounds vs. Geneseo 1/11/08. . .2006-07: started 24 of 25 games andcontributed 7.9 points and 5.4 rebounds per game. . . also shot 83 for 171 (.485) from the field. . . reacheddouble figures in points 10 times, including a season-high 14 points at Hartwick 2/10/07. . . had 10 rebounds vs.Pitt-Bradford 12/19/06. . . 2005-06: played in 22 games and averaged 5.5 points and 3.1 rebounds per game. . . displayed a soft touch around the basket by shooting 47-for-92 (51.1%) from the field. . . scored in double figures five times and posted a careerhigh18 points to go with nine rebounds in an upset win at St. John Fisher 1/21/06. . . named Empire 8 Conference Rookie of the Week for 1/23/06. . . SCHOLASTIC: a graduate of Scotia-Glenville High School, DeHimer played three seasons of varsity basketball as a center for coach Jim Giammattei. . . named first team all-Foothills Council and second team all-Capital District. . . team won the Foothills Council Championships in 2003-04 and 2004-05. . . also competed in volleyball and earned first team all-Capital District honors. . . received the all-Foothills Senior Leadership Award.career statsYear GP FGM-A Pct. 3PM-A Pct. FTM-A Pct. Reb-Avg. Asts. PF-D St. Bl. Pts. Avg.2005-06 22 47-92 .511 0-2 .000 26-50 .520 68-3.1 22 38-1 9 4 120 5.52006-07 25 83-171 .485 0-0 .000 31-68 .456 134-5.4 21 78-2 18 9 198 7.92007-08 28 80-161 .497 0-0 .000 43-85 .506 124-4.4 14 78-2 17 6 203 7.3Totals 75 210-424 .495 0-2 .000 100-203 .493 326-4.3 52 194-5 44 19 520 6.98


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 r e t u r n i n g p l a y e r s24RYAN Mc ADAMSENIOR – Forward – 6' 4" – 200 LBS. – fairport, nyBusiness Administration major. . . born 12/04/85. . . son of John and Mary McAdam, FAIRPORT, NY. . .returning for his fourth season, McAdam came back strong in 2007-08 after missing the all of the previous seasonwith a broken wrist. . . played in 22 games, including 20 as a starter, and finished as the team’s second leadingscorer (14.9 ppg.) and leading rebounder (8.9 per game). . . also ranked first in three-point field goal accuracy (.441,30-for-68) and second in overall field goal accuracy (.527, 117-for-222) and free throw percentage (.800, 64-for-80). . . reached double figures in scoring 19 times, including a season-high 25 points at Ithaca 2/23/08. . . named MVPof the Empire 8 Conference Tournament after recording double doubles in each game -- 13 points, 10 rebounds vs.Stevens and 18 points, 10 rebounds vs. St. John Fisher. . . named E8 Player of the Week for 3/3/08. . . had a careerhigh15 rebounds vs. Stevens 2/1/08. . . was an honorable mention selection to the E8 all-star team. . . missed six games due to a broken hand sufferedagainst Alfred 1.4.08. . . 2005-06: appeared in 24 games, including 23 as a starter. . . finished second on the team in scoring at 12.8 points per gameand was third in rebounding at 5.4 per game. . . led the team in free throw accuracy (63-for-74, .851). . . was an honorable mention selection to the Empire8 Conference all-star team. . . reached double figures in scoring 16 times, including a season-high of 28 points in an overtime win over Thomas More12/30/05. . . had 24 points (and went 12-for-13 from the free-throw line) in a win over Ithaca 2/3/06. . . named Empire 8 Conference Player of the Weekfor 2/6/06. . . 2004-05: appeared in 23 games, including 22 as a starter. . . averaged 9.7 points and 4.5 rebounds per game while displaying accuracyboth from three-point range (24-for-54, .444) and from the free throw line (32-for-39, .821). . . opened his collegiate career with a 29-point, 8-reboundeffort in a victory over Washington & Lee 11/20/04. . . also made six three-pointers and went 7-for-7 from the free-throw line in Nazareth’s 85-61 win. . . reached double digits in scoring 12 times overall. . . Scholastic: a graduate of Fairport High School, McAdam was a basketball standout there. . . was the Red Raiders’ leading scorer as a junior and senior and was a first-team Monroe County League all-star and a first-team all-Greater Rochesterselection by the Democrat and Chronicle for 2003-04. . . helped team to a pair of runner-up finishes in the Section Five Tournament. . . a member of theSpanish Honor Society and recipient of Principal’s Award.career statsYear GP FGM-A Pct. 3PM-A Pct. FTM-A Pct. Reb-Avg. Asts. PF-D St. Bl. Pts. Avg.2004-05 23 84-190 .442 24-54 .444 32-39 .821 104-4.5 25 43-1 14 14 224 9.72005-06 24 110-247 .445 25-80 .313 63-74 .851 129-5.4 52 54-3 19 10 308 12.82006-07 Injured -- Did not Play2007-08 22 117-222 .527 30-68 .441 64-80 .800 196-8.9 25 58-4 36 15 328 14.9Total 69 311-659 .472 79-202 .391 159-193 .824 429-6.2 102 155-8 69 39 860 12.511JOE MIHALICHSENIOR – Guard – 6' 1" – 180 LBS. – lewiston, nyMathematics major. . . son of Joseph and Mary Mihalich, LEWISTON, NY. . . returning for his fourth season,Mihalich played in nine games for the Golden Flyers in 2007-08. . . 2006-07: played in 10 games in 2006-07 andscored three points. . . 2005-06: appeared in three games. . . Scholastic: a graduate of St. Joseph’s CollegiateInstitute, Mihalich played two seasons of varsity basketball for coach Mark Simon. . . team was the MonsignorMartin Athletic Association champions, NYSCHAA Class A champions and Class A runner-up in 2004. . . team wasalso MMAA finalist in 2005. . . named to the all-Western New York Academic Team in 2005 and served as teamcaptain during his senior year. . . also a Paul Missana Silver Hoops all-star. . . competed in cross country and track. . . member of National Honor Society.career statsYear GP FGM-A Pct. 3PM-A Pct. FTM-A Pct. Reb-Avg. Asts. PF-D St. Bl. Pts. Avg.2005-06 3 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-1.3 2 0-0 0 0 0 0.02006-07 10 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 2-0.2 1 3-0 1 1 3 0.32007-08 9 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-0.4 0 4-0 0 0 2 0.2Total 22 2-9 .222 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 10-0.5 3 7-0 1 1 5 0.29


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 r e t u r n i n g p l a y e r s21COREY Mc ADAMJUNIOR – Guard – 6' 2" – 175 lbs. – fairport, nyPsychology major. . . son of John and Mary McAdam, FAIRPORT, NY. . . returning for his third season, McAdamwas sensational again in 2007-08, starting all 28 games and finishing third on the team in scoring at 13.7 pointsper game and second in rebounding at 5.8 per game. . . ranked second nationally in assists per game (8.7) and set asingle-season record with 244. . . equaled his own single-season record with 81 steals and ranked 11th nationally inthat category at 2.9 per game. . . earned first-team Empire 8 Conference all-star honors and first-team all-East fromthe National Association of Basketball Coaches. . . named to all-tournament teams for the Chuck Resler Classic atUR and for the JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament. . . set a Nazareth single-game record for assists with 19at York, Pa. 12/28/07. . . reached double figures in assists 12 times overall. . . reached double figures in scoring 22times with a season-high of 23 at Ithaca 2/23/08. . . grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds vs. Messiah 12/29/07. . . named Empire 8 Player of the Week for1/27/08. . . 2006-07: started 24 of 25 games and contributing 14.6 points, 5.5 rebounds, 7.4 assists and 3.2 steals per game. . . ranked fifth nationallyin both assists and steals and was a second-team Empire 8 Conference all-star as well as the league Rookie of the Year. . . set Nazareth records for moststeals in a season (81) and most in a game (10 vs. Elmira 2/16/07). . . recorded a triple double against Elmira with 11 points, 11 assists and 10 steals2/16/07. . . reached double figures in scoring 20 times, including a career-high of 29 vs. Alfred 1/5/07. . . reached double figures in assists five timeswith a season-high of 13 vs. Wheaton, Ill. on 12/29/06. . . SCHOLASTIC: a graduate of Fairport High School, McAdam was a basketball standout for thepast two seasons there. . . named all-Greater Rochester Player of the Year in 2005-06 after leading the Red Raiders to the Section Five championship. . .also named third-team all-state and was Monroe County League Player of the Year. . . served as team captain and competed in Ronald McDonald Seniorall-star game. . . an honor roll student and recipient of Principal’s Award.career statsYear GP FGM-A Pct. 3PM-A Pct. FTM-A Pct. Reb-Avg. Asts. PF-D St. Bl. Pts. Avg.2006-07 25 127-257 .494 11-32 .344 99-127 .780 137-5.5 186 63-1 81 5 365 14.62007-08 28 131-294 .446 15-40 .375 106-140 .757 161-5.8 244 79-0 81 19 383 13.7Total 53 258-551 .468 26-72 .361 205-267 .768 298-5.6 430 142-1 162 24 747 14.120BRIAN GEBHARDTSOPHOMORE – Guard – 5' 11" – 160 LBS. – fairport, nyUndecided on major. . . son of Ralph and Debra Gebhardt, Fairport, NY. . . returning for his second season,Gebhardt appeared in 24 games for the Golden Flyers in 2007-08 and contributed 21 points and 20 assists. . .scored six points with two three-point baskets against Hartwick 2/16/08. . . had four assists in a win over Alfred1/4/08. . . SCHOLASTIC: a graduate of Fairport High School, Gebhardt played two seasons of varsity basketballthere. . . recipient of Red Raider Award as team MVP in ‘06-07 and named to Section Five Class AAA all-tournamentteam. . . led team in assists, steals and charges taken while helping team to league and sectional titles in ‘06-07.career statsYear GP FGM-A Pct. 3PM-A Pct. FTM-A Pct. Reb-Avg. Asts. PF-D St. Bl. Pts. Avg.2007-08 24 7-16 .438 4-11 .364 3-5 .600 13-0.5 20 10-0 7 0 21 0.9Totals 24 7-16 .438 4-11 .364 3-5 .600 13-0.5 20 10-0 7 0 21 0.910


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 r e t u r n i n g p l a y e r s12DOMINIQUE KENDRICKsophomore – guard – 6' 0" – 160 lbs. – jamestown, nyUndecided on major. . . son of Donna Kendrick, JAMESTOWN, NY. . . returning for his second season, Kendrickplayed in 11 games in 2007-08 and scored 13 points. . . went 7 for 9 from the free-throw line. . . SCHOLASTIC:a graduate of Jamestown High School, Kendrick was a two-year standout in basketball. . . averaged better than25 points and nearly five rebounds per game in 2006-07 and was named Erie County Interscholastic ConferencePlayer of the Year. . . also named Player of the Year by the Jamestown Post-Journal. . . set school record for careerthree-pointers (164) as well as single-season (110) and single-game records (11). . . also a seventh-team all-stateselection in ‘06-07. . . helped team to ECIC Divisional title in ‘05-06.career statsYear GP FGM-A Pct. 3PM-A Pct. FTM-A Pct. Reb-Avg. Asts. PF-D St. Bl. Pts. Avg.2007-08 11 3-15 .200 0-7 .000 7-9 .778 5-0.5 2 6-0 0 0 13 1.2Total 11 3-15 .200 0-7 .000 7-9 .778 5-0.5 2 6-0 0 0 13 1.25J.T. MIRANDAsophomore – forward – 6' 3" – 215 lbs. – east syracuse, nyAccounting major. . . son of John and Alice Miranda, EAST SYRACUSE, NY. . . returning for his second season,Miranda made some significant contributions in 2007-08, appearing in 24 games, including six as a starter. . .scored 52 points and grabbed 69 rebounds and made eight three-point baskets. . . best game was a 14-point,15-rebound effort against Stevens 1/5/08. . . SCHOLASTIC: a graduate of Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse,Miranda played three seasons of varsity basketball there. . . served as team captain and was selected team MVPin 2006-07. . . helped team to runner-up finish in Section Three Class AA Tournament in 2006 and championshipof Zebra Classic in ‘07.career statsYear GP FGM-A Pct. 3PM-A Pct. FTM-A Pct. Reb-Avg. Asts. PF-D St. Bl. Pts. Avg.2007-08 24 22-45 .489 8-24 .333 0-0 .000 69-2.9 15 41-0 11 4 52 2.2Total 24 22-45 .489 8-24 .333 0-0 .000 69-2.9 15 41-0 11 4 52 2.245JACK MARCHANDsophomore – center – 6' 7" – 235 lbs. – Webster, nyUndecided on major. . . born 12/7/88. . . son of John and Cathy Marchand, WEBSTER, NY. . . returning for hissecond season, Marchand appeared in 12 games for the Golden Flyers and grabbed 13 rebounds. . . SCHOLASTIC:a graduate of McQuaid Jesuit, Marchand played two seasons of varsity basketball there.career statsYear GP FGM-A Pct. 3PM-A Pct. FTM-A Pct. Reb-Avg. Asts. PF-D St. Bl. Pts. Avg.2007-08 12 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 13-1.1 2 4-0 2 2 0 0.0Total 12 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 13-1.1 2 4-0 2 2 0 0.011


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 n e w c o m e r s323315JASON CORLETTAFreshman - forward - 6' 3"185 lbs. Pittsford, NYBusiness Administration major. . . born 1/27/90. . . sonof David and Eileen Corletta, PITTSFORD, NY. . . a graduate ofPittsford Sutherland High School, Corletta played four seasonsof basketball there. . . had a strong senior season as he wasnamed MVP of the Section Five Class A Tournament and ledthe Knights to the championship. . . also earned first-team all-Greater Rochester honors from the Democrat and Chronicleand first-team Monroe County all-star honors. . . also fifth-teamall-state. . . averaged 16 points per game as a senior andamassed more than 1,000 career points.JAKE FLADDfreshman - forward - 6' 3"225 lbs. - Angola, NYBusiness Administration major. . . born 1/29/90. . .son of Dave and Gloria Fladd, Angola, NY. . . a graduate ofFrontier High School in Hamburg, Fladd played six seasons ofbasketball there. . . helped team to league title and earnedall-star recognition. . . also named team MVP in volleyball. . .competed in football and baseball. . . older brother Justin alsoplayed for the Golden Flyers and graduated in 2006.JORDAN MAJORfreshman - guard - 6' 1"185 lbs. - rochester, nyCommunication and Rhetoric major. . . born 1/19/90. . . son of Janine Santore, Rochester, NY. . . a graduate ofCharlotte High School, Major played three seasons of varsitybasketball there. . . earned second-team all-Greater Rochesterall-star honors from the Democrat and Chronicle in 2008 andnamed seventh-team all-state. . . twice named to the SectionFive Class BB all-tournament team while helping team to twosectional titles.3023PHIL SCAFFIDIfreshman - guard - 6' 1"185 lbs. - buffalo, nyBusiness Administration major. . . born 12/1/89. . .son of Joe and Patti Scaffidi, BUFFALO, NY. . . a graduate ofSt. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute in Buffalo, Scaffidi played twoseasons of varsity basketball there and helped team to theManhattan Cup championship in 2008. . . named tournamentMVP and third-team All-Western New York by the BuffaloNews. . . also earned first-team all-Catholic league honorsin football.ELLIS WALSHsophomore - forward - 6' 7"230 lbs. - penfield, nyBusiness Administration major. . . son of TimothyYelder and Brenda Walsh, PENFIELD, NY. . . a 2007 graduateof Penfield High School, Walsh is a transfer to Nazarethfrom Alfred University. . . played regularly for the Saxons in2007-08 and led the team in scoring and rebounding at11.5 points and 5.7 rebounds per game. . . named Empire 8Conference Rookie of the Week for 2/10/08. . . played threeseasons of basketball at Penfield and averaged 16.8 pointsand 9.6 rebounds per game as a senior. . . chosen to play inMonroe County Exceptional Seniors all-star game. . . playedhigh school volleyball and helped team to state Class AA titlegame in 2006.12


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l e m p i r e8 c o n f e r e n c eCorey McAdamJoe Canori2007-08 final STANDINGSLeagueOverallW L Pct. W L Pct. Off. Def. +/Ithaca 12 4 .750 17 9 .654 82.5 74.6 +7.9Stevens 12 4 .750 23 6 .793 72.9 63.9 +9.0Nazareth 11 5 .688 20 8 .714 80.1 73.7 +6.4St. John Fisher 11 5 .688 17 12 .586 73.5 68.7 +4.8Utica 10 6 .625 16 9 .640 68.8 63.1 +5.7RIT 8 8 .500 14 11 .560 76.8 73.6 +3.2Hartwick 5 11 .313 10 15 .400 63.9 68.2 -4.3Elmira 2 14 .125 6 19 .240 57.1 67.6 -10.5Alfred 1 15 .063 2 23 .080 61.9 77.0 -15.1Scoring LeadersPlayer, Team GP Pts. Avg.Jan Cocozziello, Hartwick 25 553 22.1Joe Canori, Nazareth 28 569 20.3Sean Burton, Ithaca 25 499 20.0Doug Herring, Utica 25 455 18.2Virgil Gray, Stevens 29 476 16.4Mark Carson, RIT 25 403 16.1Justin Beigel, SJF 29 437 15.1Ryan McAdam, Nazareth 22 328 14.9Kenny Gethers, RIT 25 359 14.4Jeff Bostic, Ithaca 24 335 14.0Rebounding LeadersPlayer, Team GP Reb. Avg.Jeff Bostic, Ithaca 24 279 11.6Mark Carson, RIT 25 259 10.4Ryan McAdam, Nazareth 22 197 9.0Tim Williams, Stevens 29 231 8.0Waleed Farid, Stevens 29 227 7.8Justin Beigel, SJF 29 223 7.7Kenny Gethers, RIT 25 171 6.8Isaiah Smalt, SJF 22 148 6.7James McClendon, Utica 25 168 6.7Raymond Doyley, Hartwick 25 148 5.9Assist LeadersPlayer, Team GP Ast. Avg.Corey McAdam, Nazareth 28 244 8.7Sean Burton, Ithaca 25 139 5.6Waleed Faird, Stevens 29 153 5.3Doug Herring, Utica 25 98 3.9Matt Newman, SJF 29 101 3.5Empire 8 ConferenceTournament at IthacaFeb. 29, 2008Nazareth 81, Stevens 70St. John Fisher 88, Ithaca 68Mar. 1, 2008Nazareth 64, St. John Fisher 63ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMSFirst TeamJeff Bostic, jr. IthacaSean Burton, jr. IthacaWaleed Farid, sr. StevensDoug Herring, jr. UticaCorey McAdam, so. NazarethSecond TeamJustin Beigel, sr. St. John FisherJoe Canori, sr. NazarethMark Carson, jr. RITJan Cocozziello, jr. HartwickVirgil Gray, jr. StevensHonorable MentionChris Baltz, St. John FisherKenny Gethers, RITRyan McAdam, NazarethCo-Rookie of the YearShane Foster, RITOzell Franklin, St. John FisherPlayer of the YearSean Burton, IthacaCoach of the YearJim Mullins, IthacaField Goal Percentage LeadersPlayer, Team FG Att. Pct.Tim Williams, Stevens 136 218 .624Mark Carson, RIT 162 262 .618Louis Kail, Ithaca 84 138 .609James McClendon, Utica 111 195 .569Jeff Bostic, Ithaca 128 233 .549Free Throw Percentage LeadersPlayer, Team FT Att. Pct.David Nelson, Elmira 52 56 .929Sean Burton, Ithaca 119 134 .888Joe Canori, Nazareth 91 110 .827Brendan Rogers, Ithaca 57 70 .814Ryan McAdam, Nazareth 64 80 .8003-Point Field Goal Pct. LeadersPlayer, Team FG Att. Pct.Mark Bearden, SJF 29 58 .500Ryan McAdam, Nazareth 30 68 .441Scott Young, RIT 28 65 .431David Nelson, Elmira 36 84 .429Doug Herring, Utica 49 116 .422Steal LeadersPlayer, Team GP St. Avg.Corey McAdam 28 81 2.9Waleed Farid, Stevens 29 70 2.4Dennis Munch, Utica 25 50 2.0Virgil Gray, Stevens 29 52 1.8Kenny Gethers, RIT 25 44 1.8Blocked Shot LeadersPlayer, Team GP Bl. Avg.Jeff Bostic, Ithaca 24 51 2.13Mark Carson, RIT 25 34 1.36Sean D’Auria, Alfred 25 31 1.24Tyler Smith, Nazareth 28 32 1.14Joseph Ayodele, Stevens 26 27 1.04Past Empire 8 Champions2008 Nazareth2007 St. John Fisher2006 St. John Fisher2005 St. John Fisher2004 St. John Fisher2003 St. John Fisher2002 Ithaca2001 St. John Fisher2000 RITnazareth-empire 813


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l C a r e e r R e c o r d sPaul CummingsChris Pegandenny nicholsonRICHARD SPARKSZach Weinfran ZablockiGAMES PLAYEDTodd Calman (1983-87) 107Chris McCaffrey (1983-87) 106Greg Dunne (1995-99) 106Chris Pegan (1994-98) 105Joe Canori (2004-08) 103Paul Cummings (1980-84) 103Alan Wood (1984-88) 103Tyler Smith (2004-08) 102Mike Redick (1997-01) 102Darrin Peterson (1987-91) 101POINTS SCOREDJoe Canori (2004-08) 1921Chris Pegan (1994-98) 1805Zach Wein (1994-98) 1791Darrin Peterson (1987-91) 1594Paul Cummings (1980-84) 1348Richard Sparks (1984-87) 1263Greg Dunne (1995-99) 1231Todd Calman (1983-87) 1193Dave Adams (1979-83) 1120Mike McGwin (1989-93) 1104SCORING AVERAGE(minimum 500 points scored) GP PTS. AVG.Jimmy Evans (2001-03) 55 1087 19.8Joe Canori (2004-08) 103 1921 18.7Zach Wein (1994-98) 98 1791 18.3Lawrence Maroney, Sr. (1982-84) 53 941 17.8Chris Pegan (1994-98) 105 1805 17.2Larry Lane (1977-79) 34 576 16.9Darrin Peterson (1987-91) 101 1594 15.8Richard Sparks (1984-87) 82 1263 15.4Bill Slape (1991-94) 73 1060 14.5Lawrence Maroney, Jr. (2002-04) 41 580 14.1REBOUNDSChris Pegan (1994-98) 946Paul Cummings (1980-84) 715Jesse Lisiecka (1999-02) 702Fran Zablocki (1999-03) 683Mike Sullivan (1992-96) 673Richard Sparks (1984-87) 626John Dansler (1977-81) 624Greg Dunne (1995-99) 581Tyler Smith (2004-08) 575Mike McGwin (1989-93) 561FIELD GOALS MADEChris Pegan (1994-98) 694Joe Canori (2004-08) 679Zach Wein (1994-98) 621Paul Cummings (1980-84) 578Darrin Peterson (1987-91) 531Richard Sparks (1984-87) 477FIELD GOALS MADE (con’t)Dave Adams (1979-83) 463Mike McGwin (1989-93) 451Todd Calman (1983-87) 430Greg Dunne (1995-99) 413FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE(minimum 250 attempts) FGM Att. PctMike McGwin (1989-93) 451 747 .604Ryan Shipley (2002-05) 274 464 .591Lawrence Maroney, Sr. (1982-84) 382 655 .583Jeff Van Gundy (1983-85) 172 302 .569Tyler Smith (2004-08) 361 641 .563Paul Cummings (1980-84) 578 1058 .546Tom Vetter (1977-81) 336 623 .539Steve Perkins (1979-83) 404 750 .539Joe Convertino (1985-87) 228 425 .536Bob Griffiths (1982-86) 308 578 .533FREE THROWS MADEZach Wein (1994-98) 472Chris Pegan (1994-98) 417Darrin Peterson (1987-91) 319Richard Sparks (1984-87) 309Joe Canori (2004-08) 277Todd Calman (1983-87) 276Alan Wood (1984-88) 241Steve Perkins (1979-83) 223Greg Dunne (1995-99) 222Rob Beach (1989-93) 220FREE THROW PERCENTAGE(minimum 100 attempts) FGM Att. PctJeff Van Gundy (1983-85) 132 152 .868Todd Calman (1983-87) 276 322 .857Zach Wein (1994-98) 472 561 .841Ryan McAdam (2004-present) 159 193 .824Darrin Peterson (1987-91) 319 394 .810John Garbinski (1986-90) 190 236 .805Mark Renkas (1998-01) 149 186 .801Greg Dunne (1995-99) 222 278 .799Joe Convertino (1985-87) 177 223 .794Joe Canori (2004-08) 277 349 .7943-POINT FIELD GOALS MADEJoe Canori (2004-08) 286Darrin Peterson (1987-91) 213Greg Dunne (1995-99) 183Jimmy Evans (2001-03) 173Mark Renkas (1998-01) 148Tom Keenan (1997-00) 142Dan Bova (1989-92) 109Bill Slape (1991-94) 104Chris Corcoran (1994-97) 104Mike DeBlois (2002-06) 1023-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT.(minimum 40 attempts) FGM Att. PctJoe Convertino (1985-87) 47 99 .475Todd Calman (1983-87) 57 126 .452Mark Renkas (1998-01) 148 360 .411Denny Nicholson (1987-91) 61 149 .409John Garbinski (1986-90) 68 170 .400Joe Canori (2004-08) 286 717 .399Dan Bova (1989-92) 109 279 .391Ryan McAdam (2004-present) 79 202 .391Kevin Broderick (1985-89) 62 159 .390Bill Slape (1991-94) 104 270 .385Zach Wein (1994-98) 77 200 .385ASSISTSGreg Dunne (1995-99) 671Kevin Broderick (1985-89) 460Corey McAdam (2006-present) 430Darrin Peterson (1987-91) 402Chris McCaffrey (1983-87) 398John Dansler (1977-81) 388Todd Calman (1983-87) 327Denny Nicholson (1987-91) 289Ross Comerford (1998-01) 288Zach Wein (1994-98) 274STEALSDarren Peterson (1987-91) 191John Garbinski (1986-90) 168Corey McAdam (2006-present) 162Greg Dunne (1995-99) 153Chris McCaffrey (1983-87) 150Denny Nicholson (1987-91) 139Zach Wein (1994-98) 131Caswell Smith (2002-06) 130Joe Canori (2004-08) 127Chris Pegan (1994-98) 126Rob Beach (1989-93) 126BLOCKSMike McGwin (1989-93) 168Richard Sparks (1984-87) 158Alan Wood (1984-88) 155Tyler Smith (2004-08) 110Chris Pegan (1994-98) 107Fran Zablocki (1999-03) 89Ryan Shipley (2002-05) 72Adrian Myers (1988-90) 63Mike Sullivan (1992-96) 46Rob Grattan (1987-90) 4514


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l S i n g l e S e a s o n R e c o r d sTodd Calmanjoe convertinojohn garbinskiJesse Lisieckalawrence maroneyDarrin PetersonPOINTS SCOREDZach Wein (1996-97) 645Zach Wein (1997-98) 585Joe Canori (2007-08) 569Jimmy Evans (2002-03) 558Chris Pegan (1997-98) 535Richard Sparks (1986-87) 530Jimmy Evans (2001-02) 529Joe Canori (2005-06) 514Lawrence Maroney, Sr. (1983-84) 511Chris Pegan (1996-97) 490Alan Wood (1987-88) 489SCORING AVERAGEGP PTS. AVG.Zach Wein (1996-97) 28 645 23.0Zach Wein (1997-98) 27 585 21.7Joe Canori (2005-06) 25 513 20.6Joe Canori (2007-08) 28 569 20.3Jimmy Evans (2002-03) 28 558 19.9Chris Pegan (1997-98) 27 535 19.8Jimmy Evans (2001-02) 27 529 19.6Joe Canori (2006-07) 25 489 19.6Richard Sparks (1986-87) 28 530 18.9Lawrence Maroney, Sr. (1983-84) 27 511 18.97REBOUNDSChris Pegan (1997-98) 287Jesse Lisiecka (2000-01) 284Richard Sparks (1986-87) 278Alan Wood (1987-88) 273Chris Pegan (1996-97) 264Jesse Lisiecka (2001-02) 256Mike Sullivan (1995-96) 241Mike Sullivan (1994-95) 232Chris Pegan (1995-96) 231Jon O’Day (1993-94) 228FIELD GOALS MADEZach Wein (1996-97) 232Lawrence Maroney, Sr. (1983-84) 213Chris Pegan (1997-98) 202Zach Wein (1997-98) 202Joe Canori (2007-08) 197Chris Pegan (1996-97) 192Richard Sparks (1986-87) 190Jimmy Evans (2002-03) 188Paul Cummings (1983-84) 187Mike McGwin (1992-93) 186FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE(minimum 100 attempts) FGM Att. PctMike McGwin (1992-93) 186 294 .633Mike McGwin (1991-92) 137 217 .631Joe Convertino (1985-86) 98 160 .613Tyler Smith (2006-07) 155 255 .608Tom Vetter (1977-78) 105 174 .607Ryan Shipley (2003-04) 147 243 .605Ryan Shipley (2004-05) 68 113 .602Paul Cummings (1982-83) 150 250 .600Lawrence Maroney, Sr. (1982-83) 169 287 .589Tom Vetter (1980-81) 83 141 .5893-POINT FIELD GOALS MADEJimmy Evans (2001-02) 87Jimmy Evans (2002-03) 86Joe Canori (2007-08) 84Joe Canori (2005-06) 78Joe Canori (2006-07) 72Dan Bova (1990-91) 71Darrin Peterson (1989-90) 69Greg Dunne (1996-97) 63Tom Keenan (1998-99) 62Mike DeBlois (2003-04) 613-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT.(minimum 50 attempts) FGM Att. PctMark Renkas (1998-99) 46 88 .523Denny Nicholson (1990-91) 34 70 .486Joe Convertino (1986-87) 47 99 .475Darrin Peterson (1989-90) 69 152 .454Todd Calman (1986-87) 57 126 .452Joe Canori (2005-06) 78 173 .451Chris Corcoran (1996-97) 26 58 .448Ryan McAdam (2004-05) 24 54 .444John Garbinski (1988-89) 31 70 .443Zach Wein (1997-98) 28 64 .438FREE THROWS MADEZach Wein (1996-97) 154Zach Wein (1997-98) 153Alan Wood (1987-88) 151Richard Sparks (1986-87) 150Chris Pegan (1997-98) 131Darrin Peterson (1987-88) 112Corey McAdam (2007-08) 106Chris Pegan (1996-97) 106Joe Convertino (1986-87) 103Chris Pegan (1995-96) 103FREE THROW PERCENTAGE(minimum 50 attempts) FGM Att. PctTodd Calman (1986-87) 91 101 .901Greg Dunne (1998-99) 87 97 .897Todd Calman (1985-86) 77 88 .875Jeff Van Gundy (1984-85) 91 104 .875Todd Calman (1984-85) 86 99 .869Zach Wein (1996-97) 154 178 .865Ryan McAdam (2005-06) 63 74 .851Darrin Peterson (1989-90) 67 79 .848Joe Convertino (1985-87) 103 122 .844Zach Wein (1995-96) 88 105 .838ASSISTSCorey McAdam (2007-08) 244Kevin Broderick (1988-89) 218Kevin Broderick (1987-88) 215Greg Dunne (1996-97) 192Greg Dunne (1998-99) 191Greg Dunne (1997-98) 190Corey McAdam (2006-07) 186Joe Convertino (1986-87) 152Chris McCaffrey (1985-86) 150Ross Comerford (2000-01) 149STEALSCorey McAdam (2007-08) 81Corey McAdam (2006-07) 81Kevin Broderick (1988-89) 71Chuck Johnson (1987-88) 64John Garbinski (1987-88) 64Lawrence Maroney, Jr. (2003-04) 64Joe Convertino (1986-87) 63Darrin Peterson (1990-91) 61Chris McCaffrey (1985-86) 56Darrin Peterson (1990-91) 55BLOCKSAlan Wood (1987-88) 81Richard Sparks (1986-87) 76Mike McGwin (1992-93) 58Mike McGwin (1991-92) 53Richard Sparks (1985-86) 43Mike McGwin (1990-91) 40Richard Sparks (1984-85) 39Adrian Myers (1989-90) 37Tyler Smith (2006-07) 37Alan Wood (1986-87) 3415


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l R e c o r d B o o kKevin BroderickJoe CanoriGreg Dunnejimmy evansJeff Van GundyMike McGwinindividualPOINTS SCOREDGame40, Richard Sparks vs.Alfred (88-85 win), 12-13-86Season: 645, Zach Wein, 1996-97Career: 1,921, Joe Canori, 2004-08SCORING AVERAGESeason: 23.0, Zach Wein, 1996-97Career: 19.8, Jim Evans, 2001-03FIELD GOALS MADEGame: 17, Mike Timmins at RIT (97-82 loss), 12-18-91Season: 232, Zach Wein, 1996-97Career: 694, Chris Pegan, 1994-98FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTEDGame: 32, Rick Harris vs. Houghton (94-84 win), 12-7-77Season: 468, Joe Canori, 2007-08Career: 1,593, Joe Canori, 2004-08FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGEGame:100% (9-for-9), Joe Convertino vs.u.Buffalo (78-69 win), 1-6-86Season: 63.3% (186-for-294), Mike McGwin, 1992-93Career: 60.4% (451-for-747), Mike McGwin, 1989-933-POINT FIELD GOALS MADEGame: 8, Jim Evans vs. Rochester (78-77 loss), 11-20-018, Jimmy Evans vs. St. John Fisher (81-72 win), 1-11-038, Mike DeBlois vs. Elmira (76-60 win), 1-10-048, Joe Canori vs. Buffalo State (83-73 loss),11-19-05Season: 87, Jim Evans, 2001-02Career: 286, Joe Canori, 2004-083-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTEDGame:17, Jim Evans vs. Rochester(78-77 loss), 11-20-0117, Jim Evans at St. Lawrence(99-87 loss), 3-2-02Season: 244, Jim Evans, 2001-02Career: 717, Joe Canori, 2004-083-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGEGame:100% (8-for-8), Mike DeBloisVS. Elmira (76-60 win), 1-10-04Season: 52.3% (46-for-88), Mark Renkas, 1998-99Career: 47.5% (47-for-99), Joe Convertino, 1986-87FREE THROWS MADEGame:16, Zach Wein at Geneseo State(112-104 2ot win), 1-10-96 (Chase Tournament)16, Zach Wein at Roberts Wesleyan (89-82 win),1-14-98 (Chase Tournament)Season: 154, Zach Wein, 1996-97Career: 472, Zach Wein, 1994-98FREE THROWS ATTEMPTEDGame:24, Richard Sparks vs.Alfred (88-85 win), 12-13-86Season: 211, Richard Sparks, 1986-87Career: 561, Zach Wein, 1994-98FREE THROW PERCENTAGEGame:100% (13-for-13), Zach WeinVS. Roberts (84-73 loss), 1-18-96Season: 90.1% (91-for-101), Todd Calman, 1986-87Career: 86.8% (132-for-152), Jeff Van Gundy, 1983-85REBOUNDsGame:21, Richard Sparks atHamilton (83-79 win), 2-12-8721, Fran Zablocki vs.D’Youville (78-72 win), 11-30-01Season: 287, Chris Pegan, 1997-98Career: 946, Chris Pegan, 1994-98REBOUNDING AVERAGESeason: 11.4, Jesse Lisiecka, 2000-01Career: 9.2, Jesse Lisiecka, 1999-02ASSISTSGame: 19, Corey McAdam at York, Pa. (99-79 win), 12-28-07Season: 244, Corey McAdam, 2007-08Career: 671, Greg Dunne, 1995-99ASSIST AVERAGESeason: 8.7, Corey McAdam, 2007-08Career: 6.3, Greg Dunne, 1995-99STEALSGame: 10, Corey McAdam vs. Elmira (71-56 win), 2-16-07Season: 81, Corey McAdam, 2006-0781, Corey McAdam, 2007-08Career: 191, Darrin Peterson, 1987-91BLOCKED SHOTSGame:10, Adrian Myers atBrockport (83-56 win), 2-14-89Season: 81, Alan Wood, 1987-88Career: 168, Mike McGwin, 1989-93teamPOINTS SCORED-GAMEMost scored: 119 vs. Wittenberg (119-106 3ot win),11-21-97 (at Johns Hopkins Tournament)Most allowed: 119 vs. Point Park, 11-19-93Fewest scored: 36 at RIT (42-36 loss), 1-27-82Fewest allowed: 16 vs. D’Youville (78-16 win), 1-27-79Lowest scoring game:78 points at R.I.T.(R.I.T. 42, Nazareth 36), 1-27-82Highest scoring game:225 points vs. Wittenberg(Nazareth 119, Wittenberg 106, 3ot), 11-21-97(at Johns Hopkins Tournament)POINTS-SEASONMost scored: 2,285 in 1986-87Fewest allowed: 1,201 in 1977-78Highest average scored: 84.3 in 1989-90Lowest average allowed: 57.9 in 1983-84FIELD GOALS-GAMEMost made: 54 vs. Roberts (114-55 win), 2-17-83Most attempted:101 vs. Castleton State(108-77 win), 11-20-93 (at Buffalo State Tournament)Highest percentage:70.2% (33-for-47) atSt. Lawrence (92-85 win), 1-27-86Fewest allowed: 8 vs. D’Youville (78-16 win), 1-27-79FIELD GOALS-SEASONMost made: 835 in 1987-88Most attempted: 1,804 in 1987-88Highest percentage: 54.2% (832-for-1,535) in 1985-863-POINT FIELD GOALS-GAMEMost made: 17 vs. U. Rochester (90-89 win), 11-23-93Most attempted:54 vs. Castleton State(108-77 win), 11-20-93 (at Buffalo State Tournament)Highest percentage:78.6% (11-for-14) at Alfred(89-73 win), 1-26-993-POINT FIELD GOALS-seasonMost made: 232 in 1993-94Most attempted: 738 in 1993-94Highest percentage: 44.1% (119-for-270) in 1986-87FREE THROWS-GAMEMost made:44 vs. St. John Fisher (91-82 win),1-19-85 (at University of Rochester);44 vs. Wittenberg (119-106, 3ot win),11-21-97 (at Johns Hopkins Tournament)Most attempted: 53 vs. Alfred (88-85 win), 12-13-86Highest percentage:94.4% (17-for-18) at Ithaca(82-70 loss), 2-19-99FREE THROWS-seasonMost made: 518 in 1986-87Most attempted: 713 in 1986-87Highest percentage: 77.4% (346-for-447), 1998-99REBOUNDS-GAMEMost 62 vs. Farmingdale (96-73 win) 12-3-00REBOUNDS-seasonMost: 1,127 in 1987-88Highest average: 46.7 in 1977-78LONGEST WINNING STREAKOverall: 14 games in 1985-86Home:18 games in 1978-79 throughSECOND game in 1979-80Away: 8 games in 1984-85, 1985-86 and 1986-87LONGEST LOSING STREAKOverall: 9 games in 1993-94Home: 6 games in 1993-94Away: 9 games in 1979-80MOST WINS-SEASONOverall: 23 in 1985-86 (23-5)Home: 12 in 2002-03 (12-3)Away: 15 in 2007-08 (15-4)MOST losseS-SEASONOverall: 19 in 1993-94 (6-19)Home: 7 in 1993-94 (4-7)Away: 12 in 1993-94 (2-12)Fewest overall: 5 in 1985-86 (23-5)16


J p M o r g a n C h a s e T o u r n a m e n t H i s t o r yFran Zablocki (left) hoists the Zornow Cup following Nazareth’s most recent JPMorgan Chase Tournamentchampionship in 2003. At right then-president Robert A. Kidera celebrates Nazareth’s first tournament title in 1984.JP Morgan Chase Tournament1978-79 at War MemorialNazareth 56, Alfred University 44St. John Fisher 51, Nazareth 46Nazareth 71, Brockport 631980-81 at War MemorialNazareth 71, Alfred University 70Nazareth 73, RIT 69Rochester 53, Nazareth 51 (2nd place)1981-82 at War MemorialNazareth 78, Roberts Wesleyan 58 (H)RIT 42, Nazareth 36Nazareth 57, Rochester 491982-83 at University of RochesterNazareth 94, Hobart 66St. John Fisher 69, Nazareth 61Nazareth 81, RIT 79, ot1983-84 at RITNazareth 86, Geneseo State 62Nazareth 63, Hobart 48Nazareth 71, Brockport 53 (1st place)1984-85 at University of RochesterNazareth 50, Roberts Wesleyan 44Nazareth 77, Brockport 74Nazareth 82, St. John Fisher 71 (1stplace)1985-86 Semifinal, final at URNazareth 80, RIT 72 (H)Nazareth 93, Hobart 79Nazareth 84, St. John Fisher 72 (1stplace)1986-87 Semifinal, final at URNazareth 79, RIT 71 (H)Nazareth 81, St. John Fisher 71Nazareth 90, Brockport 73 (1st place)1987-88 Semifinal, cons. at URNazareth 98, Roberts Wesleyan 91 (A)St. John Fisher 78, Nazareth 70Nazareth 86, Geneseo State 821988-89Roberts 86, Nazareth 84, ot (A)SJF 98, Nazareth 93, ot (at RIT)1989-90 Semifinal, final at URNazareth 82, Brockport 71 (at Fisher)Nazareth 99, Geneseo State 89, otRochester 71, Nazareth 661990-91 at RobertsNazareth 87, St. John Fisher 76 (H)Rochester 66, Nazareth 58Nazareth 73, Brockport State 701991-92Geneseo State 99, Nazareth 87 (atHobart)Nazareth 94, Hobart 79 (at UR)1993-94 Semifinal, consolation at URRoberts Wesleyan 86, Nazareth 81 (H)Rochester 78, Nazareth 61Nazareth 100, Hobart 931994-95 Consolation rounds at RobertsGeneseo State 91, Nazareth 57 (atHobart)Rochester 92, Nazareth 76Nazareth 79, Roberts Wesleyan 741995-96 Semifinal, consolation at URNazareth 112, Geneseo 104, 2ot (A)St. John Fisher 117, Nazareth 85RIT 84, Nazareth 721996-97 Semifinal, consolation at RITNazareth 90, Roberts Wesleyan 78 (H)RIT 73, Nazareth 62Nazareth 98, Brockport 821997-98 Semifinals, consolation at URNazareth 89, Roberts Wesleyan 82 (A)RIT 91, Nazareth 73Geneseo State 71, Nazareth 681998-99RIT 68, Nazareth 62 (at SJF)Hobart 83, Nazareth 77 (at Roberts)Brockport 78, Nazareth 76 (at RIT)1999-00RIT 76, Nazareth 74, ot (H)Brockport 87, Nazareth 70 (at UR)Nazareth 65, Rochester 58 (at SJF)2000-01--Semifinal, consolation at RITNazareth 91, St. John Fisher 81 (at UR)Rochester 70, Nazareth 48Brockport 102, Nazareth 732001-02RIT 74, Nazareth 66 (at SJF)Rochester 71, Nazareth 48 (A)Nazareth 68, Keuka 58 (at RIT)2002-03--Semifinal, final at RobertsNazareth 96, Roberts Wesleyan 85 (H)Nazareth 88, RIT 85Nazareth 70, Rochester 59 (1st place)2003-04Rochester 69, Nazareth 45 (at RIT)RIT 84, Nazareth 79, ot (at UR)Nazareth 85, Keuka 63 (H)2004-05Nazareth 69, Brockport 68 (at SJF)St. John Fisher 67, Nazareth 55 (at RIT)Rochester 90, Nazareth 52 (at RIT)2005-06Rochester 72, Nazareth 63 (H)Keuka 73, Nazareth 61 (UR)RIT 91, Nazareth 85, 2ot (at RIT)2006-07Rochester 70, Nazareth 57 (at RIT)RIT 82, Nazareth 76 (at Roberts)Nazareth 90, Keuka 66 (H)2007-08Nazareth 88, RIT 82 (at SJF)Nazareth 70, Geneseo 68 (at UR)Rochester 87, Nazareth 75 (A)1992-93 Semifinal, consolation at RITNazareth 66, Rochester 65 (at SJF)St. John Fisher 79, Nazareth 69Brockport 86, Nazareth 7817


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l p o s t s e a s o nGolden Flyers in post season playNCAA DIVISION III TOURNAMENT1983-84 East Regional -- at Staten IslandNazareth 67, Buffalo State 50Nazareth 74, Staten Island 68NCAA Quarterfinal--at NazarethClark University 90, Nazareth 841985-86 East Regional--at Potsdam StateAlfred 88, Nazareth 86Nazareth 87, New York University 731986-87 East Regional--at Potsdam StateNazareth 93, Stony Brook 81Potsdam State 86, Nazareth 631989-90 East Regional--at U. RochesterRochester 73, Nazareth 541997-98 East Regional--at BrockportNazareth 81, Brockport 78East Regional Semifinal--at St. LawrenceSt. Lawrence 96, Nazareth 752007-08 at Richard Stockton, N.J.Rhode Island College 77, Nazareth 73NAIA Tournament1978-79 District 31 Playoff--at St. John FisherSt. John Fisher 62, Nazareth 541980-81 District 31 Playoff--at NazarethSt. John Fisher 49, Nazareth 421982-83 District 31 Playoff--at St. Thomas AquinasNazareth 64, Bloomfield 57St. Thomas Aquinas 87, Nazareth 81Lawrence Maroney gets aboost from teammates afterthe Golden Flyers defeatedCollege of Staten Island towin the NCAA East Regionaltitle in 1984.ECAC Division III Tournament1984-85 First Round--at NazarethRochester 66, Nazareth 63 (ot)1987-88 First Round--at U. RochesterNazareth 73, Rochester 69Semifinal--at ElmiraElmira 87, Nazareth 761988-89 First Round--at HamiltonHamilton 88, Nazareth 581990-91 First Round--at Potsdam StatePotsdam State 85, Nazareth 731996-97 First Round--at NazarethNazareth 95, Potsdam State 75Semifinal--at KeukaNazareth 80, Keuka 76 (ot)Championship--at ElmiraNazareth 77, Elmira 64 (1st place)1998-99 First Round--at RensselaerRensselaer 67, Nazareth 562001-02 First Round--at NazarethNazareth 89, Plattsburgh 81Semifinal--at St. LawrenceSt. Lawrence 99, Nazareth 872002-03 at NazarethNazareth 74, Brockport 70Nazareth 85, St. Lawrence 72RIT 78, Nazareth 76Empire 8 Conference Tournament2007-08 at IthacaNazareth 81, Stevens 70Nazareth 64, St. John Fisher 63Empire 8 Conference All-Stars2007-08Joe Canori, sr. guard (second team)Corey McAdam, soph. guard (first team)Ryan McAdam, jr. forward (honorable mention)2006-07Joe Canori, jr. guard (honorable mention)Corey McAdam, fr. guard (second team,Rookie of the Year)Brian Steves, sr. forward (Sportsman of the Year)2005-06Joe Canori, soph. guard (second team)Ryan McAdam, soph. forward (honorable mention)Mike DeBlois, sr. forward (Sportsman of the Year)2004-05Joe Canori, fr. guard (honorable mention,Rookie of the Year)2003-04Ryan Shipley, jr. center (second team)2002-03Jimmy Evans, sr. guard (first team, Player of the Year)Fran Zablocki, sr. forward (second team)2001-02Jimmy Evans, jr. guard (second team)Jesse Lisiecka, sr. center (first team)Fran Zablocki, jr. forward (honorable mention)2000-01Jesse Lisiecka, jr. center (first team)1999-00Mark Renkas, jr. forward (second team)1998-99Greg Dunne, sr. guard (first team, Player of the Year)Mark Renkas, soph. forward (first team)Mike Daley (co-Coach of the Year)1997-98Greg Dunne, jr. guard (second team)Dave Juda, soph. forward (second team)Chris Pegan, sr. center (first team, Player of the Year)Zach Wein, sr. guard (first team)Mike Daley (Coach of the Year)1996-97Chris Pegan, jr. center (second team)Zach Wein, jr. guard (first team)1995-96Chris Pegan, soph. center (first team)Jimmy Evans was E8 Player of the Year in 2003.18


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l v s a l l o p p o n e n t sgolden flyers versus all opponentsLast LastOpponent W-L Meeting VictoryAdrian, Mich. 0-1 1997-98 ----------Albany State 1-0 1986-87 1986-87Alfred 25-14 2007-08 2007-08Allegheny, Pa. 0-2 1995-96 ----------Alma , Mich. 1-0 2001-02 2001-02Babson, Mass. 1-0 1989-90 1989-90Baldwin-Wallace, OH 0-1 2002-03 ----------Binghamton 2-0 1988-89 1988-89Buffalo State 5-7 2005-06 2001-02Bloomfield State 1-0 1982-83 1982-83Brockport 15-11 2004-05 2004-05University of Buffalo 2-0 1985-86 1985-86UC-San Diego 0-2 1990-91 ----------UC-Santa Cruz 1-0 1986-87 1986-87Castleton State 2-0 1993-94 1993-94Catholic University 2-0 1989-90 1989-90Cazenovia 2-0 2002-03 2002-03Centenary, N.J. 1-0 2003-04 2003-04City College of N.Y. 1-0 2004-05 2004-05Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 0-1 1990-91 ----------Clark, Mass. 1-2 1991-92 1991-92Clarkson 10-2 1999-00 1998-99Colby, Maine 0-1 1989-90 ----------Finger Lakes CC 1-1 1977-78 1977-78Coast Guard 1-0 2002-03 2002-03Concordia College 1-0 1983-84 1983-84Cortland State JV 1-0 1977-78 1977-78Cortland 2-0 1984-85 1984-85Daemen 6-4 1999-00 1982-83Dominican 1-0 1982-83 1982-83Drew 1-0 2003-04 2003-04D’Youville 2-0 2001-02 2001-02E. Connecticut State 1-0 1986-87 1986-87Eisenhower JV 1-0 1977-78 1977-78Eisenhower 5-3 1981-82 1981-82Elmira 26-20 2007-08 2007-08Emory, Ga. 1-0 1994-95 1994-95Farmingdale 1-0 2000-01 2000-01Fitchburg State 1-0 1990-91 1990-91Fredonia 6-8 2006-07 2006-07Last LastOpponent W-L Meeting VictoryGeneseo 15-5 2007-08 2007-08George Brown (Ont.) 1-0 1995-96 1995-96University of Guelph 1-0 1981-82 1981-82Hamilton 6-9 1992-93 1992-93Hartwick 19-6 2007-08 2007-08Haverford 1-0 1985-86 1985-86Hawthorne 1-0 1985-86 1985-86Hellenic 1-0 1984-85 1984-85Hilbert 16-6 2003-04 2003-04Hobart JV 2-0 1977-78 1977-78Hobart 13-3 1998-99 1993-94Houghton 10-4 1988-89 1988-89Illinois Wesleyan 0-1 1991-92 ----------Ithaca 8-18 2007-08 2006-07John Carroll 0-1 1992-93 ----------John Jay 2-0 1990-91 1990-91Johns Hopkins 0-1 1997-98 ----------Keuka 16-6 2006-07 2006-07Kings Point 4-1 1998-99 1998-99Laval (Quebec) 0-1 1995-96 ----------Lyndon State 1-0 1984-85 1984-85Manhattanville 5-0 1989-90 1989-90Mary Washington 1-0 1989-90 1989-90Marywood 1-0 2000-01 2000-01Md.-Baltimore County 0-1 1979-80 ----------Medaille 6-0 2003-04 2003-04Mt. St. Mary’s, Md. 0-1 1979-80 ----------McGill 2-0 1995-96 1995-96McMaster 1-0 1981-82 1981-82Messiah, Pa. 1-0 2007-08 2007-08Moravian, Pa. 1-0 1994-95 1994-95Morrisville 1-0 2006-07 2006-07Mt. Aloysius, Pa. 1-0 2002-03 2002-03Muskingum 0-1 1992-93 ----------New Paltz 1-1 2007-08 2007-08New York University 3-0 2004-05 2004-05Old Westbury 3-1 2006-07 2006-07Oneonta 1-0 2007-08 2007-08Oswego 19-8 2007-08 2007-08Otterbein, Ohio 0-1 2005-06 ----------Last LastOpponent W-L Meeting VictoryPenn State Behrend 0-2 1993-94 ----------Pitt.-Bradford 3-1 2006-07 2006-07Plattsburgh State 2-1 2001-02 2001-02Point Park 0-1 1993-94 ----------Potsdam 2-6 1996-97 1996-97Queens 1-0 1980-81 1980-81Randolph-Macon, Va. 0-1 1983-84 ----------Rensselaer 0-1 1998-99 ----------Rhode Island College 0-1 2007-08 ----------Roanoke, Va. 0-1 1983-84 ----------Roberts Wesleyan JV 1-0 1977-78 ----------Roberts Wesleyan 26-8 2002-03 2002-03RIT JV 2-0 1977-78 1977-78RIT 25-34 2007-08 2007-08Univ. of Rochester 17-30 2007-08 2002-03St. John Fisher JV 2-0 1977-78 1977-78St. John Fisher 24-47 2007-08 2007-08St. Lawrence 10-10 2002-03 2002-03St. Thomas Aquinas 0-1 1982-83 ----------Staten Island 2-2 2006-07 1989-90Stevens, N.J. 1-2 2007-08 2007-08Stony Brook 2-4 1991-92 1986-87SUNYIT 11-0 1991-92 1991-92Thomas More, Ky. 2-0 2005-06 2005-06Thomas, Ga. 1-0 1984-85 1984-85University of Toronto 1-1 1993-94 1978-79Trenton State 0-1 1994-95 ----------Union 6-5 1995-96 1995-96Utica 17-19 2007-08 2007-08Walsh, Ohio 1-0 1991-92 1991-92Waterloo, Ont. 1-1 1995-96 1992-93Western New England 0-1 1979-80 ----------Washington & Lee 2-0 2004-05 2004-05Wesleyan, Conn. 0-1 2004-05 ----------Westfield State 0-1 1988-89 ----------Westminster, Pa. 0-1 1995-96 ----------Westmont, Calif. 0-1 1986-87 ----------Wheaton, Ill. 0-1 2006-07 --------Wittenberg, Ohio 1-0 1997-98 1997-98York, Pa. 1-0 2007-08 2007-0819


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l A l l - T i m e R o s t e rMatt GrootChris McCaffreyMike RedickMike DeBloisMark RenkasCaswell SmithPlayeryears CompetedAdams, Dave 79-80, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83Aimino, Dino 80-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84Ameneiros, Brian 04-05, 05-06 , 06-07Amesbury, Chris 97-98, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01Attarian, Lee 80-81Aughburns, Irving 81-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85Barnes, Rick 89-90Barrett, Chris 05-06, 06-07, 07-08Bavineau, Mike 89-90Beach, Rob 89-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93Benitez, Jose 78-79Bilofsky, Matt 95-96Bostwick, Brian 91-92Bova, Dan 89-90, 90-91, 91-92Bowen, Jim 77-78, 78-79, 79-80Bozzelli, Nick 05-06, 06-07Brant, Mike 81-82Breese, Mike 78-79, 79-80Broderick, Kevin 85-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89Brown, Tim 07-08Brown, Zach 95-96, 96-97Budine, Scott 90-91, 91-92, 92-93Buntich, Pete 88-89Burgess, Terry 93-94Burke, Brian 86-87, 87-88Caggiano, Jim 80-81, 81-82Calman, Todd 83-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87Canori, Joe 04-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08Clark, Dave 90-91, 91-92Coleman, Bob 92-93, 94-95Colesante, Mark 93-94, 94-95Collins, Mike 80-81Comerford, Ross 98-99, 99-00, 00-01Convertino, Joe 83-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87Cook, David 84-85, 85-86Corcoran, Chris 94-95, 95-96, 96-97Cox, Kevin 92-93, 93-94Crandall, Steve 86-87Cullinan, Chris 86-87, 87-88Cummings, Paul 80-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84Dansler, John 77-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81Davis, Alex 03-04Davis, Ken 80-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84DeBlois, Mike 02-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06Decker, Brett 89-90, 90-91DeGennaro, Nick 83-84DeHimer, Jeff 05-06, 06-07, 07-08DeMetro, Sam 87-88Devins, Chris 77-78DeVries, Rob 87-88, 89-90, 90-91DeWall, Mike 96-97Dezenzo, Brad 03-04Dianetti, Mike 79-80, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83DiSanto, Al 81-82, 82-83Dunne, Greg 95-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99Eleby, Aaron 97-98, 98-99Esposito, Todd 91-92, 92-93Playeryears CompetedEtopio, Joe 84-85Evans, George 83-84Evans, Jimmy 01-02, 02-03Faas, Mathew 01-02Falgiatano, Charlie 91-92, 92-93, 93-94Farrell, Bob 86-87Fasciana, Chip 88-89Fladd, Justin 02-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06Fowler, Kevin 90-91Friers, John 85-86Fundis, Mark 86-87Funke, Mike 87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91Garbinski, John 86-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90Gary, Dave 99-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03Gebhardt, Brian 07-08Geitner, Pat 90-91Ghezzi, Steve 89-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93Gillett, Brent 98-99Glover, Bob 80-81Gotham, Devin 94-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98Gotham, Kerry 94-95, 95-96Grabau, John 87-88Graham, Matt 80-81Grattan, Rob 86-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90Grattan, Steve 90-91, 91-92, 92-93Green, Billy 95-96Griffiths, Bob 82-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86Groot, Matt 02-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06Harris, Rick 77-78Helstrom, Paul 84-85Hemingway, Jim 87-88Hemingway, Rick 88-89Hemingway, Steve 84-85Henderson, Mike 87-88Herring, Lenaire 84-85Hicks, Todd 91-92Hicks, Tony 77-78, 78-79Higdon, Rayvon 06-07, 07-08Hill, Leon 04-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08Hoak, Chris 07-08Hoak, Matt 96-97, 97-98, 98-99Hobbs, Torrey 00-01, 01-02, 02-03Hoyt, Ian 94-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98Humez, Nick 05-06Jabir, Jim 80-81, 81-82Johann, Phil 06-07, 07-08Johnson, Chuck 87-88, 88-89, 89-90Johnson, Ken 77-78Juda, Dave 96-97, 97-98Kaczmarczyk, Kacz 91-92Kargauer, Bill 81-82Kearney, Bret 00-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04Keenan, Tom 97-98, 98-99, 99-00Kelsey, Joe 01-02Kendrick, Dominique 07-08Kosara, Andy 84-85, 85-86, 87-88Kozel, Brian 02-03Playeryears CompetedKrusoe, Matt 87-88Laba, Scott 88-89, 89-90, 90-91LaFever, Chad 82-83Lane, Larry 77-78, 78-79Lenhard, Jake 93-94Leonardo, Tony 83-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87Lewis, Ken 80-81, 81-82Lisiecka, Jesse 99-00, 00-01, 01-02Lynch, Farrell 83-84Lyons, David 82-83MacKinnon, Jack 83-84, 84-85Marchand, Jack 07-08Mark, Buddy 77-78, 78-79Maroney, Lawrence 82-83, 83-84Maroney Jr., Lawrence 02-03, 03-04Martin, Darryl 81-82Martin, Tim 86-87, 87-88McAdam, Corey 06-07, 07-08McAdam, Ryan 04-05, 05-06, 07-08McCaffrey, Chris 83-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87McCaffrey, Jeff 94-95, 95-96McGuigan, Rob 86-87McGwin, Mike 89-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93McIntyre, Dale 99-00McMahon, Kevin 03-04, 04-05Meehan, Dan 96-97Merrill, Daren 83-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87Mihalich, Joe 05-06, 06-07, 07-08Mikowski, Andy 01-02Miller, Brad 92-93Miller, John 97-98, 99-00, 00-01Miller, Matt 04-05, 05-06Miranda, J.T. 07-08Monsees, Dave 96-97, 98-99Moore, Brian 94-95, 95-96, 96-97Mortimer, Brett 99-00, 00-01Moser, Don 89-90Myers, Adrian 88-89, 89-90Nelson, Kyle 04-05, 05-06Newton, Bob 78-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82Nicholson, Denny 87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91Nicholson, Pat 91-92O’Day, Jon 92-93, 93-94O’Dell, Sean 01-02O’Gorman, Tim 80-81, 81-82Orlicz, Richard 01-02, 02-03, 03-04Orzechowski, Brett 96-97Osborne, Alex 95-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99Palazzo, Mark 79-80, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83Parmeter, Chris 97-98Parris, Chris 00-01, 01-02Patchen, Tim 87-88Pattison, Todd 84-85Pawlak, Kevin 91-92, 92-93, 93-94, 94-95Pegan, Chris 94-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98Perkins, George 79-80, 80-81Perkins, Steve 79-80, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83Playeryears CompetedPerry, Ray 83-84, 85-86, 86-87Peterson, Darrin 87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91Peterson, Neal 01-02, 03-04Powers, Will 82-83, 84-85Preston, Eric 86-87, 87-88Price, Mike 89-90Redick, Mike 97-98, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01Reed, Chris 82-83, 83-84, 84-85Reiss, Brian 93-94, 94-95, 95-96Renkas, Mark 98-99, 99-00, 00-01Richardson, Clarence 82-83Riggins, Matt 99-00Rose, Jim 99-00, 00-01Sanders, Paul 87-88Schmidt, Mike 81-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85Shanley, Jerry 04-05, 05-06Shapiro, Kelly 86-87, 87-88, 88-89Shea, Chris 98-99, 99-00, 01-02Sheedy, John 86-87Shipley, Ryan 02-03, 03-04, 04-05Shuler, Bart 78-79, 79-80Simrell, Will 98-99Slade, Stan 77-78, 78-79, 79-80Slakas, Tim 01-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05Slape, Bill 91-92, 92-93, 93-94Smith, Caswell 02-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06Smith, Tyler 04-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08Sommers, Tom 84-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88Sparks, Richard 84-85, 85-86, 86-87Steck, Jake 00-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04Steves, Brian 05-06, 06-07Stocum, Brad 93-94, 94-95Strait, Brian 98-99Sullivan, Mike 92-93, 93-94, 94-95, 95-96Swinton, Mike 92-93, 93-94, 94-95Tavernier, Mark 81-82, 82-83Taylor, Kenny 03-04Thomas, Mark 82-83, 83-84Thomson, Bill 87-88Timmins, Mike 91-92Tolley, Ryan 93-94, 94-95Toppi, Ed 77-78, 78-79, 79-80Tyszka, Shaun 03-04Urzetta, Mike 85-86, 86-87Van Gundy, Jeff 83-84, 84-85Vetter, Tom 77-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81Wallis, Marty 87-88Warner, Jerry 93-94, 94-95Wein, Zach 94-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98Whitehead, Dan 86-87Wiley, Quaison 83-84Williams, Omar 91-92Winiatowski, Rich 84-85Wolf, Tim 91-92Wood, Alan 84-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88Zablocki, Fran 99-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-0320


M e n ’ s B A S K E T B A L L a l l - t i m e r e s u l t s1979-80 (8-16)Head Coach: Joe GigliottiCaptains: John Dansler, Stan Slade56 at Hamilton College 8166 vs. West. New England** 6848 at Ithaca College** 6783 Houghton College* 6251 Geneseo State 5059 at UMBC 7750 at Mt. St. Mary’s (Md.) 9369 Alfred University 7059 at Eisenhower* 6249 Elmira College* 5841 St. John Fisher* 4558 at Roberts Wesleyan* 6159 Fredonia State 5557 at Elmira College* 5952 at R.I.T. 6150 Hamilton College 5188 at Houghton College* 7846 at St. John Fisher* 6565 at Hobart College 6764 Eisenhower* 522 Medaille College (forfeit) 073 Roberts Wesleyan* 4164 Utica College 7070 Daemen College 69*PCAC game**at Ithaca College Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Dave Adams, fr. F . 9.7John Dansler, jr. F 9.5Tom Vetter, jr. F 8.31981-82 (14-12)1977-78 (15-4)Head Coach: Joe GigliottiCaptains: John Dansler, Stan Slade77 at Eisenhower JV 6762 at Daemen College 6671 at Roberts Wesleyan JV 4078 R.I.T. JV 6782 at Hobart College JV 5990 Houghton College 8473 at R.I.T. JV 5968 at C.C.F.L. 7356 at Fredonia State 6072 at Buffalo State JV 5367 Hobart College JV 5769 St. John Fisher JV 5394 Cortland State JV 7372 Daemen College 6179 Medaille College 6094 C.C.F.L. 6177 at St. John Fisher JV 63105 at Medaille College 7369 at Houghton College 72--LEADING SCORERS--Larry Lane, jr. F 18.2John Dansler, fr. F 14.0Tom Vetter, fr. F 12.41978-79 (14-8)Head Coach: Joe GigliottiCaptains: John Dansler, Stan Slade85 Daemen College 7268 R.I.T. 5869 at Geneseo State 6761 at Houghton College* 5966 vs. Stony Brook** 6981 vs. U. Toronto** 6651 at Eisenhower (ot)* 5356 Elmira College* 5460 at St. John Fisher* 6878 Roberts Wesleyan* 5978 D’Youville College 1664 at Elmira College* 7956 vs. Alfred University# 4446 vs. St. John Fisher# 5171 vs. SUNY Brockport# 6350 Houghton College* 4675 at Daemen College 6794 Eisenhower* 4968 St. John Fisher* 6554 at Roberts Wesleyan* 5952 at Utica College 5354 at St. John Fisher+ 62*PCAC game**at SUNY Brockport Tournament# at Lincoln First Tournament+ NAIA Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Larry Lane, sr. F 16.1John Dansler, so. F 11.5Stan Slade, jr. G 8.01980-81 (18-7)Head Coach: Joe GigliottiCaptains: John Dansler, Tom Vetter88 at Queen’s College 4971 vs. Alfred University# 7073 vs. R.I.T.# 6951 vs. U. Rochester# 5387 at Houghton College* 7359 Daemen College 5185 at McGill College 7475 at Potsdam State 9143 St. John Fisher* 4183 Roberts Wesleyan* 4254 Eisenhower* 4778 Elmira College* 6739 R.I.T. 5476 Oswego State 5856 at Elmira College* 5959 at U. Rochester 5861 at Alfred University 6667 at Fredonia State 5780 Houghton College* 7065 at Roberts Wesleyan* 5077 at Utica College (ot) 7470 Buffalo State (ot) 7684 Eisenhower* 7159 at St. John Fisher* 5542 St. John Fisher+ 49*PCAC game#Lincoln First Tournament+NAIA District 31 Playoffs--LEADING SCORERS--Dave Adams, soph. G 13.8Steve Perkins, soph. C 12.6Paul Cummings, fr. F 9.5Head Coach: Joe GigliottiCaptains: Bob Newton, MarkPalazzo73 vs. University of Guelph* 7282 at McMaster College* 6678 Roberts Wesleyan** 5836 vs. R.I.T.** 4257 at U. Rochester** 4978 at Stony Brook 5869 at Eisenhower 7492 Houghton College 8656 Potsdam State 6261 at St. John Fisher 7887 SUNY Utica 4267 at Geneseo State 7643 at Elmira College 5766 at R.I.T. 5865 at Houghton College 7278 Elmira College 5660 at Oswego State 7853 U. Rochester 4769 at Buffalo State 7857 at Fredonia State 5889 Roberts Wesleyan 5958 at Daemen College 7667 at Roberts Wesleyan 5448 Hamilton College 6585 Eisenhower 7154 St. John Fisher 49*at McMaster Tournament**Lincoln First Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Dave Adams, jr. F 13.0Paul Cummings, soph. F 12.9Steve Perk ins, jr. C 12.11982-83 (20-6)Head Coach: John BeileinCaptains: Dave Adams,Lawrence Maroney93 at SUNY Brockport 7186 Hobart College 7783 Geneseo State 6062 Houghton College 6545 at Potsdam State 4464 at St. John Fisher 6169 Elmira College 6475 at Kings Point 5762 at Houghton College 6694 at Hobart College* 6661 vs. St. John Fisher* 6981 vs. R.I.T. (ot)* 7956 R.I.T. 5570 at Fredonia State 6680 Dominican College 5465 at U. Rochester 8175 Buffalo State 6689 at SUNY Utica 6678 at Manhattanville 7095 Daemen College 49114 Roberts Wesleyan 5569 at Hamilton College 89110 at Roberts Wesleyan 6463 St. John Fisher 6164 at Bloomfield** 5781 at St. Thomas Aquinas** 87*Lincoln First Tournament**NAIA District 31 Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Lawrence Maroney, jr. F 16.5Paul Cummings, jr. F 14.5Steve Perkins, sr. C 12.01983-84 (22-6)Head Coach: Bill NelsonCaptains: Paul Cummings,Lawrence Maroney93 vs. Cortland State* 6569 at Buffalo State* 7080 at Hobart College 5583 at Geneseo State 6371 Oswego State** 5153 St. Lawrence** 3758 St. John Fisher 5560 vs. Concordia# 5371 at St. Lawrence# 4087 at Roanoke College (3ot) 8953 at Randolph-Macon 7648 SUNY Brockport 4686 at Geneseo State*** 6263 vs. Hobart College*** 4871 vs. SUNY Brockport*** 5371 at R.I.T. 4283 Manhattanville 5865 Potsdam State (2 ot) 7660 U. Rochester 4653 at Elmira College 4293 SUNY Utica 6587 Hamilton College 6455 at Houghton College 4774 Roberts Wesleyan 5455 at St. John Fisher 5667 vs. Buffalo State+ 5074 at Staten Island+ 6884 Clark University++ 90*at Buffalo State Tournament**Bill Gray’s Tournament#at St. Lawrence Tournament***Lincoln First Tournament+NCAA East Regional, Staten Island++NCAA Quarterfinal, Nazareth--LEADING SCORERS--Lawrence Maroney, sr. F 18.9Paul Cummings, sr. F 15.1Jeff Van Gundy, jr. G 7.521


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l a l l - t i m e r e s u l t s1984-85 (20-6))1985-86 (23-5)Head Coach: Bill NelsonCaptains: Todd Calman,Bob Griffiths, Chris McCaffrey73 vs. New Paltz* 7485 vs. Hawthorne College* 5459 at St. John Fisher 6277 Clarkson University** 6463 Union College** 6171 Buffalo State 6678 U.Buffalo 6978 vs. Haverford College# 4667 at Washington & Lee# 6680 R.I.T.*** 7293 vs. Hobart College*** 7974 vs. St. John Fisher*** 6289 at Geneseo State (ot) 8462 at R.I.T. 5861 at Clarkson University 5492 at St. Lawrence (ot) 8562 U. Rochester 4355 at Elmira College 5680 SUNY Utica 7475 at Alfred University 7474 SUNY Brockport 8981 Oswego State 6081 Hamilton College 7585 at Hobart College 7794 at Roberts Wesleyan 8068 St. John Fisher 6386 vs. Alfred University+ 8887 vs. New York University+ 73*at Westbury Tournament**Bill Gray’s Tournament#at Washington & Lee Tournament***Chase Lincoln First Tournament+NCAA East Regional, Potsdam--LEADING SCORERS--Bob Griffiths, sr. C 14.4Richard Sparks, jr. F 14.3Todd Calman, jr. G 12.71986-87 (22-6)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Todd Calman,Chris McCaffrey82 at East Connecticut State* 5984 vs. Albany State* 7987 St. John Fisher 7669 Buffalo State** 6077 Catholic University** 7071 Union College (ot) 6888 Alfred University 8585 at UC-San Diego 8967 at Westmont, Calif. 9194 at UC-Santa Cruz 6079 R.I.T.*** 7181 vs. St. John Fisher*** 7190 vs. SUNY Brockport*** 7387 Geneseo State 8469 R.I.T. 7085 St. Lawrence 7596 at Roberts Wesleyan 6882 at U. Rochester 6572 Elmira College (ot) 7480 at SUNY Utica 7678 at Oswego State 7783 at Hamilton College 7970 Clarkson University 5790 at SUNY Brockport 91104 Hobart College 9779 at St. John Fisher 7193 vs. Stony Brook+ 8163 at Potsdam State+ 86*at Eastern Connecticut Tournament**Bill Gray’s Tournament***Chase Lincoln First Tournament+NCAA East Regional, Potsdam--LEADING SCORERS--Richard Sparks, sr. F 18.9Todd Calman, sr. G 16.5Joe Convertino, sr. G 14.61987-88 (17-11)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Tom Sommers,Alan Wood92 vs. Old Westbury* 6859 at Buffalo State* 68101 at Geneseo State 8487 Plattsburgh State** 6276 Old Westbury** 6082 Utica College 6777 at Alfred University 9266 vs. St. John Fisher# 6767 vs. Potsdam State# 8398 at Roberts Wesleyan*** 9170 vs. St. John Fisher*** 7886 vs. Geneseo State*** 8299 Roberts Wesleyan (ot) 9877 at R.I.T. 7469 at St. Lawrence 7593 U. Rochester (2 ot) 9977 at Elmira College 8172 SUNY Utica 6984 at Hobart College 8790 Hamilton College 7394 at Binghamton University 8078 Oswego State 74101 SUNY Brockport 7570 at Union College 8257 St. John Fisher 5386 at Clarkson University 8073 at U. Rochester+ 6976 at Elmira College+ 87*at Buffalo State Tournament**Bill Gray’s Tournament#Rochester Classic at War Memorial***Chase Lincoln First Tournament+ECAC Upstate Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Alan Wood, sr. C 17.5Darrin Peterson, fr. G 16.8John Garbinski, soph. G 11.41988-89 (14-12)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Kevin Broderick,John Garbinski74 vs. Staten Island* 8367 vs. Westfield State* 7473 at U. Rochester 7573 Clarkson University** 6283 Houghton College** 6590 Hobart College 7579 at Utica College 8675 Alfred University 7679 vs. St. John Fisher# 8171 vs. Clark University# 7879 Geneseo State 7584 at Roberts Wesleyan (ot)+ 8693 vs. St. John Fisher (ot)+ 9882 at Roberts Wesleyan 5377 R.I.T. 6786 St. Lawrence 7098 at Manhattanville 9464 Elmira College 6580 at SUNY Utica 7985 at Hamilton College 9483 at SUNY Brockport 5690 Binghamton University 7081 Union College (ot) 7879 at St. John Fisher (ot) 7758 at Hamilton College++ 88*at Albany State Tournament**Bill Gray’s Tournament#Rochester Classic at War Memorial+Chase Lincoln First Tournament++ECAC Upstate Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Mike Funke, soph. F 16.0John Garbinski, jr. G 15.8Darrin Peterson, soph. G 13.6Head Coach: Bill NelsonCaptain: Jeff Van Gundy68 vs. Stony Brook* 6997 vs. Lyndon State* 5271 Geneseo State 5288 Hellenic College** 4269 Castleton State** 6170 vs. Thomas College# 6058 at Manhattanville# 4795 at SUNY Brockport (ot) 8557 at U. Buffalo 5650 at Roberts Wesleyan*** 4477 vs. SUNY Brockport*** 7482 vs. St. John Fisher*** 7163 St. John Fisher 8577 R.I.T. 6567 at Cortland State 5863 St. Lawrence 6662 at U. Rochester 4859 Elmira College 5163 at SUNY Utica 6261 at Oswego State 5785 Clarkson University 5856 at Hamilton College 6777 Hobart College 7068 Roberts Wesleyan 3864 at St. John Fisher 7463 U. Rochester+ (ot) 66*at Plattsburgh State Tournament**Bill Gray’s Tournament#at Manhattanville Tournament***Chase Lincoln First Tournament+ECAC Upstate Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Richard Sparks, soph. F 12.8Todd Calman, soph. G 11.5Joe Etopio, fr. F 10.722


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l a l l - t i m e r e s u l t sNazareth has produced four 20-win seasonsfor coach Mike Daley.1989-90 (20-7)1990-91 (16-11)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Mike Funke,Denny Nicholson, Darrin Peterson100 vs. Fitchburg State* 8489 at John Jay* 7882 at U. Rochester 7972 Alfred University 6384 Fredonia State** 7174 Geneseo State** 8378 at Utica College 7186 St. Lawrence 6171 vs. Allegheny College# 9470 vs. St. John Fisher# 8997 at UC-San Diego 10966 at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 7578 R.I.T. 7378 Hobart College (ot) 7586 at Roberts Wesleyan 8087 St. John Fisher*** 7658 vs. U. Rochester*** 6673 vs. SUNY Brockport*** 7091 at Kings Point 6577 at Stony Brook 10392 at Elmira College 9180 at SUNY Utica 6981 at Oswego State 5370 at Hamilton College 9585 Union College 9796 at St. John Fisher (ot) 9973 at Potsdam State+ 85*at John Jay Tournament**Marketplace Inn Tournament#Rochester Classic at War Memorial***Chase Lincoln First Tournament+ECAC Upstate Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Darrin Peterson, sr. G 16.1Dan Bova, jr. G 14.0Denny Nicholson, sr. G 11.71991-92 (9-16)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Rob Beach,Mike McGwin91 vs. Walsh College (ot)* 9066 at Penn State-Behrend* 6745 U. Rochester 8264 Fredonia State** 7868 Stony Brook** 9480 at St. Lawrence 9276 vs. Clark University# 7358 vs. St. John Fisher# 7082 at R.I.T. 9759 vs. Buffalo State% 8889 vs. Illinois Wesleyan% 10555 at Plattsburgh State 81104 Roberts Wesleyan 6771 Utica College 7587 vs. Geneseo State*** 9994 vs. Hobart College*** 7992 at Keuka College 8382 Fredonia State 6975 at SUNY Brockport 10186 SUNY Utica 7075 at Alfred University 6587 Hamilton College 10999 Oswego State 6853 St. John Fisher 7265 at Union College 75*at Penn State-Behrend Tournament**Joe King Tournament#Rochester Classic at War Memorial%at Wittenberg Tournament***Chase Lincoln First Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Mike McGwin, jr. C 13.8Bill Slape, soph. G-F 12.8Rob Beach, jr. G 12.01992-93 (12-13)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Scott Budine,Mike McGwin93 vs. Waterloo, Ont.* 8572 at U. Rochester (ot)* 7190 Alfred University 84105 Hilbert College** 6856 John Carroll** 6787 at Hilbert College 10364 vs. Muskingum College# 7168 vs. St. John Fisher# 8698 St. Lawrence 8295 at Roberts Wesleyan (ot) 9278 SUNY Brockport 8666 vs. U. Rochester*** 6569 vs. St. John Fisher*** 7978 vs. Brockport State*** 8677 vs. Keuka College% 5786 at Hamilton College% 7488 Elmira College 10190 Kings Point 8353 at Fredonia State 8492 Union College 8398 at Oswego State 8579 Hilbert College 8273 R.I.T. 9463 at St. John Fisher 7263 at Utica College 81*at U.R. Tournament**Joe King Tournament#Rochester Classic at War Memorial***Chase Scholarship Tournament%at Hamilton Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Mike McGwin, sr. C 17.6Bill Slape, jr. G-F 16.8Rob Beach, sr. G 10.61993-94 (6-19)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Kevin Cox, Bill Slape89 vs. Point Park* 119108 vs. Castleton State* 7790 U. Rochester 8985 Penn State-Behrend** 9088 Daemen College** 9980 vs. U. Toronto# 84102 vs. St. John Fisher# 11478 at St. Lawrence 8675 Keuka College 9575 at SUNY Brockport 8681 Roberts Wesleyan+ 8661 at U. Rochester+ 78100 vs. Hobart College+ 9378 Roberts Wesleyan 8991 at Elmira College 10399 at Kings Point 11269 at Alfred University 9781 Fredonia State 9972 at Union College 10178 Oswego State 7156 at Hilbert College 7478 at R.I.T. 8370 St. John Fisher 9573 Hilbert College 6583 Utica College 63*at Buffalo State Tournament**Joe King Tournament#Rochester Classic at War Memorial+Chase Scholarship Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Jon O’Day, sr. F 16.0Kevin Pawlak, jr. G-F 15.2Mike Sullivan, soph. C-F 13.9Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: John Garbinski,Rob Grattan88 vs. Staten Island* 3978 at Geneseo State* 6567 U. Rochester 5588 at Alfred University 80105 John Jay** 5795 Fredonia State (ot)** 9787 Utica College 61104 at Clarkson University 7570 vs. St. John Fisher# 7767 vs. Catholic University# 4458 at R.I.T. 8389 Roberts Wesleyan 6882 vs. SUNY Brockport*** 7199 vs. Geneseo State (ot)*** 8966 at U. Rochester*** 7196 at St. Lawrence (ot) 100108 Manhattanville 8095 SUNY Utica 7479 Oswego State 6574 Hamilton College 6883 at Hobart College 6674 at Union College (ot) 7194 St. John Fisher 7781 vs. Colby College% 9493 vs. Babson College% 77102 vs. Mary Washington% 10054 at U. Rochester+ 73*at Geneseo State Tournament**Marketplace Inn Tournament#Rochester Classic at War Memorial***Chase Lincoln First Tournament%at Catholic University Tournament+NCAA Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Darrin Peterson, jr. G 16.0Adrian Myers, soph. C-F 14.8John Garbinski, sr. G 13.623


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l a l l - t i m e r e s u l t s1994-95 (7-18)1995-96 (12-13)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptain: Mike Sullivan74 at Alfred University-x (ot) 6662 at Allegheny College* 8756 vs. Westminster College* 6061 U. Rochester 7084 Hartwick College-x 8060 Hilbert College** 4869 Keuka College** 65112 at Geneseo State# (2ot) 10485 vs. St. John Fisher# 11772 vs. R.I.T.# 8473 Roberts Wesleyan 8468 at Hilbert College 6367 at Elmira College 8050 Ithaca College-x 5560 Fredonia State 8167 at St. Lawrence 7560 at Clarkson University 7393 Oswego State (2ot) 8785 Alfred University 6979 Hilbert College 6372 at R.I.T.-x 9154 St. John Fisher 6582 at Keuka College 6573 Utica College-x 6185 at Union College 68*at Allegheny Tournament**Joe King Tournament#Chase Scholarship Tournamentx-Empire Athletic Association gamet--LEADING SCORERS--Zach Wein, soph. G 16.9Chris Pegan, soph. C 16.8Chris Corcoran, soph. F 11.41996-97 (18-10)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Chris Pegan, Zach Wein77 at Oswego State 5477 Hilbert College* 6376 Keuka College* 6189 at U. Rochester 7795 at Roberts Wesleyan 10671 at R.I.T.-x 8172 St. Lawrence 8679 Clarkson University 6690 Roberts Wesleyan** 7872 at R.I.T.** 8398 vs. SUNY Brockport** 8286 at Hilbert College 6870 at Elmira College-x 7378 at Ithaca College-x 8971 at Alfred University 7577 Hilbert College 5383 Utica College-x (ot) 7775 Hartwick College-x 7091 Ithaca College-x 7486 Elmira College-x 6376 R.I.T.-x 8966 at Hartwick College-x 6267 at Utica College-x 7066 Keuka College 6574 at St. John Fisher 8395 Potsdam State# 7580 at Keuka College# (ot) 7677 at Elmira College# 64*Joe King Tournament**Chase Scholarship Tournament#ECAC Upstate Tournamentx-Empire Athletic Association game--LEADING SCORERS--Zach Wein, jr. G 23.0Chris Pegan, jr. C 17.5Greg Dunne, soph. G 13.61997-98 (19-8)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Chris Pegan, Zach Wein119 vs. Wittenberg Univ.* (3ot) 10652 at Johns Hopkins* 5989 Oswego State 6970 U. Rochester 6375 Medaille College** 6855 Adrian, Mich.** 6156 at New York University 5183 at Elmira College# 7676 at Ithaca College# 8289 at Roberts Wesleyan+ 8273 vs. R.I.T.+ 9168 vs. Geneseo State+ 7192 at Hilbert College 5571 Alfred University 6669 at Utica College# 5182 at Hartwick College# 7387 Hilbert College 5590 at R.I.T.# 8196 Ithaca College# 8594 Elmira College# 8369 R.I.T.# 5879 Hartwick College# 6485 Utica College# 6687 at Keuka College (ot) 9190 St. John Fisher (ot) 9681 at SUNY Brockport*** 7875 at St. Lawrence Univ.*** 96*at Johns Hopkins Tournament**Joe King Tournament+Chase Scholarship Tournament***NCAA Tournament#Empire Athletic Association game--LEADING SCORERS--Zach Wein, sr. G 21.7Chris Pegan, sr. C 19.8Greg Dunne, jr. G 11.61998-99 (15-11)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Greg Dunne,Alex Osborne67 at Oswego State 7759 at U. Rochester 7392 Medaille* 7074 Alfred University (ot)* 7382 R.I.T.# 7484 at Kings Point 7482 at Hartwick College# 9470 at Utica College# 6662 vs. R.I.T.** 6877 vs. Hobart College** 8376 vs. SUNY Brockport** 7863 Hilbert College 5067 Elmira College# 6890 Ithaca College# 8089 at Alfred University 7374 at R.I.T.# 6881 at Hilbert College 7068 Utica College# 5074 Hartwick College# 6173 St. Lawrence University 7273 Clarkson University 7270 at Ithaca College# 8269 at Elmira College# 7195 Keuka College 5861 at St. John Fisher 9456 at Rensselaer+ 67*Joe King Tournament**Chase Scholarship Tournament+ECAC Upstate Tournament#Empire Athletic Association game--LEADING SCORERS--Tom Keenan, jr. G 16.0Mark Renkas, soph. F 15.4Greg Dunne, sr. G 13.5Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Kevin Pawlak,Mike Sullivan63 at Trenton State* 9274 vs. Moravian College* 7162 at U. Rochester 7169 vs. Clarkson University** 5066 vs. St. John Fisher** 7059 St. Lawrence University 8497 Roberts Wesleyan# 8657 Keuka College# 5892 Emory University 7759 SUNY Brockport 7557 vs. Geneseo State*** 9176 vs. U. Rochester*** 9279 at Roberts Wesleyan*** 7481 at Roberts Wesleyan 8591 Elmira College 8575 Alfred University 7865 at Fredonia State 8274 Union College 9795 at Oswego State 8561 Hilbert College 9490 R.I.T. 9478 at St. John Fisher 9474 Keuka College 7768 at Utica College 8252 at Hilbert College 56*at Trenton State Tournament**Rochester Classic at War Memorial#Joe King Tournament***Chase Scholarship Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Chris Pegan, fr. C 14.4Mike Sullivan, jr. F 12.7Zach Wein, fr. G 10.3Front Row (left to right) --Kirsten Toscano, Joelle Hirsch,Mary Beth Hauck.Middle Row -- Nicole Infarinato,Nicole Alhart, Lindsey Shields,Caitlyn Knepka, Alex Parrotta.Back Row -- Mackenzie Gotshall,Jaclyn Wesley, Marisa Montreal,Margaret Wells, Lisa Totaro.Missing -- Maegan Petkash.24


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l a l l - t i m e r e s u l t s1999-00 (8-17)2000-01 (11-14)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: John Miller, Mike Redick,Mark Renkas67 at Buffalo State# 7563 vs. Thomas More# 6048 at Rochester 6388 Oswego% (ot) 7875 Marywood** 5896 Farmingdale** 7363 at Hilbert 6774 at Alfred* 6155 at St. John Fisher* 6991 vs. St. John Fisher+ 8148 vs. Rochester+ 7073 vs. Brockport+ 10290 Hartwick* (ot) 9564 Utica* 6358 at RIT* 8447 at Ithaca* 6075 at Elmira* 7471 Keuka 6364 St. John Fisher* 6763 Alfred* 7181 at Utica* 9271 at Hartwick* 7479 Elmira* 8292 Ithaca* 8180 RIT* 71*Empire 8 Conference game**Joe King Tournament+Chase Scholarship Tournament#at Buffalo State Tournament%at Blue Cross Arena--LEADING SCORERS--Jesse Lisiecka, jr. C 15.3Mike Redick, sr. F 13.0Jake Steck, fr. G 12.02001-02 (17-10)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Jesse Lisiecka, Fran Zablocki81 vs. Alma, Mich.# 7267 at Buffalo State# 5977 Rochester 7868 Hilbert 6178 D’Youville** 7266 Brockport** 9758 at RIT* 4776 at Keuka 6765 at Oswego 7177 Hartwick* 6753 Utica* 4766 vs. RIT+ 7448 at Rochester+ 7168 vs. Keuka+ 5876 at St. John Fisher* 5767 at Ithaca* 8677 at Elmira* 7166 Alfred* 5563 St. John Fisher* 6580 Elmira* 6847 Ithaca* 6466 at Alfred* 6448 at Utica* 8674 at Hartwick* 7164 RIT* 6389 Plattsburgh^ 8187 at St. Lawrence^ 99*Empire 8 Conference game**Joe King Tournament+JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament#at Buffalo State Tournament^ECAC Upstate Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Jimmy Evans, jr. F 19.6Jesse Lisiecka, sr. C 13.3Fran Zablocki, jr. F 12.22002-03 (22-6)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptain: Jimmy Evans, Dave Gary,Fran Zablocki87 vs. Baldwin-Wallace (ot)# 9474 vs. Coast Guard# 5962 at Rochester 7476 Keuka 5680 Cazenovia** 5678 Mount Aloysius** 6893 at Hilbert 6194 Oswego 6083 Alfred* 7281 St. John Fisher* 7296 Roberts Wesleyan+ 8588 vs. RIT+ 8570 vs. Rochester+ 5988 at Elmira* 6170 at Ithaca* 6773 Utica* 6961 Hartwick* 7079 RIT* 8182 at St. John Fisher* 8989 at Alfred* 7674 at Hartwick* 6773 at Utica* 6282 at RIT* 8069 Ithaca* 5364 Elmira* 5874 Brockport^ 7085 St. Lawrence^ 7276 RIT^ 78*Empire 8 Conference game**Joe King Tournament+JPMorgan Chase Scholarship Tournament#at Mt. St. Joseph, Ohio Tournament^ECAC Upstate Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Jimmy Evans, sr. G 19.9Fran Zablocki, sr. F 13.1Lawrence Maroney, jr. F 12.9Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptain: Mike Redick, Mark Renkas75 vs. Daemen College* 8891 vs. Cazenovia College* 6451 at Clarkson Univ. 6058 at St. Lawrence Univ. 5352 U. Rochester 5873 Hilbert College** 4063 Pitt.-Bradford** 6860 R.I.T.# 7655 at Utica College# 6767 at Hartwick College# 5974 R.I.T. (ot)+ 7670 vs. Brockport+ 8765 vs. U. Rochester+ 5889 Elmira College# 9779 Ithaca College# 8977 at Alfred University# 8455 at St. John Fisher# 7380 at Keuka College 7061 Hartwick College# 6054 Utica College# 8059 at Ithaca College# 7675 at Elmira College# 8049 R.I.T.# 6472 St. John Fisher# 8273 Alfred University# 54*at Buffalo State Tournament**Joe King Tournament+Chase Scholarship Tournament#Empire Athletic Association game--LEADING SCORERS--Tom Keenan, sr. G 13.3Mark Renkas, jr. F 12.0Mike Redick, jr. F 8.425


m e n ’ s b a s k e t b a l l a l l - t i m e r e s u l t s2003-04 (13-12)2004-05 (8-17)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Ryan Shipley, TimSlakas85 vs. Washington & Lee# 6180 vs. New York Univ.# 7453 at Rochester 7654 vs. Wesleyan, Conn.^ 5664 vs. CCNY^ 5963 Oswego 7871 Oswego** 8490 Mitchell** 5054 at St. John Fisher* 7778 at Alfred* 9169 vs. Brockport+ 6855 vs. St. John Fisher+ 6752 vs. Rochester+ 9072 Elmira* 5464 Ithaca* 7260 RIT* 7453 at Utica* 5782 at Hartwick* 5662 Alfred* 6354 St. John Fisher* 7554 at RIT* 7575 Hartwick* 6062 Utica* 7168 at Ithaca* 7666 at Elmira* 71*Empire 8 Conference game#at NYU Tournament^at Skidmore Tournament**Joe King Tournament+JPMorgan Chase ScholarshipTournament--LEADING SCORERS--Ryan Shipley, sr. C 16.2Joe Canori, fr. G 14.0Ryan McAdam, fr. F 9.72005-2006 (8-17)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Mike DeBlois,Justin Fladd, Matt Groot,Caswell Smith92 vs. Pitt- Bradford# 7273 at Buffalo State# 8358 Rochester 6468 at Pitt-Bradford 6766 at Oswego 6866 at Old Westbury 7061 at Otterbein^ 8589 vs. Thomas More (ot)^ 8376 at Elmira* 6662 at Ithaca* 7163 Rochester+ 7261 vs. Keuka+ 7385 at RIT (2ot)+ 9189 at Alfred* 7462 at St. John Fisher* 6069 at RIT* 7351 Utica* 5967 Hartwick* 6895 Ithaca* 8894 Elmira* 5568 RIT* 7872 at Hartwick* 7974 at Utica* 9864 St. John Fisher* 6785 Alfred* 88*Empire 8 Conference game#Coles Classic at Buffalo State^“O” Club Classic at Otterbein+JPMorgan Chase Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Joe Canori, so. G 20.6Ryan McAdam, so. F 12.8Kyle Nelson, so. F 9.62006-07 (11-14)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Joe Canori,Ryan McAdam91 Morrisville# 6966 Fredonia# 6171 at Rochester (ot) 7473 Oswego 8181 Pitt-Bradford 6191 Old Westbury 8289 vs. Wheaton, Ill (ot) ^ 9375 at Staten Island ^ 8457 vs Rochester + 7076 vs RIT+ 8290 Keuka + 6668 at Ithaca* 7568 at Elmira* 6079 RIT* 8692 Hartwick* 8772 Utica* 7361 at St. John Fisher* 6977 at Alfred* 8260 at RIT* 6945 at Utica* 6581 at Hartwick* 7371 Elmira* 5684 Ithaca* 8*Empire 8 Conference game#Nazareth Tip-Off Tournament^Tournament of Heroes at Staten Island+ JP Morgan Chase Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Joe Canori, jr. G 19.6Corey McAdam, fr. G 14.6Tyler Smith, jr. C 14.22007-08 (20-8)Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Joe Canori,Ryan McAdam79 vs. Oneonta# 6988 vs. New Paltz# 7151 Rochester 6883 at Oswego 6895 at RIT (ot)* 8266 at Utica* 6499 at York, Pa.^ 7969 vs. Messiah, Pa.^ 6689 Alfred 7397 Stevens (2ot)* 10088 vs. RIT+ 8270 vs. Geneseo+ 6875 at Rochester 8773 St. John Fisher* 5678 Ithaca* 9186 RIT* 7990 Elmira* 7473 at Stevens* 7681 at St. John Fisher* 7673 at Hartwick* 6188 at Alfred* 7377 Utica* 8590 Hartwick* 6184 at Elmira* 5784 at Ithaca* 8881 vs. Stevens** 7064 vs. St. John Fisher** 6373 vs. Rhode Island College~ 77*Empire 8 Conference game#Chuck Resler Tournament at UR^White City Rose Classic at York, Pa.+ JP Morgan Chase Tournament**Empire 8 Conference Tournamentat Ithaca~NCAA Tournament at Richard Stockton--LEADING SCORERS--Joe Canori, sr. G 20.3Ryan McAdam, jr. F 14.9Corey McAdam, so. G 13.7Head Coach: Mike DaleyCaptains: Bret Kearney,Ryan Shipley, Jake Steck92 vs. Centenary# 6072 at Drew# 6846 Rochester 6982 at Oswego (ot) 8585 Hilbert 6383 Medaille** 6686 Keuka** 9057 Ithaca* 7076 Elmira* 6045 vs. Rochester+ 6979 vs. RIT (ot)+ 8485 Keuka+ 6361 St. John Fisher* 7184 Alfred* 6371 at RIT* 7360 at Hartwick* 4875 at Utica* 7970 at Elmira* 5660 at Ithaca* 7678 Utica* 5886 Hartwick* 4274 RIT* 7781 at Alfred* 7270 at St. John Fisher* 7581 at Keuka (ot) 75*Empire 8 Conference game**Joe King Tournament+JPMorgan Chase ScholarshipTournament#at Drew (N.J.) Tournament--LEADING SCORERS--Lawrence Maroney, sr. F 15.4Ryan Shipley, jr. C 15.0Caswell Smith, so. G 9.626


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N A Z A R E T H C O L L E G E h i s t o r y & i n f o r m a t i o nCampus Expansion: Nazareth’s 2004 campus expansion included 2,200-seat Golden Flyer Stadium, an all-weather track and a softball diamond.Nazareth College is a private, co-educational college with a liberal arts and sciences tradition.Founded in 1924 by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nazareth has been independent for more than 30 years.Nazareth’s athletic missionand philosophyThe Nazareth College Athletic Department willstrive to empower its student-athletes to grow aspeople and make a positive impact on society, withlife-skills development, mentoring, and leadershipopportunities through competitive and cooperativeexperiences.The Athletic Department is committed to assisting inthe college’s mission of educating students with agoal of fostering lifelong commitment to intellectual,ethical and aesthetic values. The Athletic Departmentwill operate under firm institutional control of thecollege and will always place the health and welfareof the student-athletes, coaches and staff first indecisions regarding the athletics program.The department will operate under the NCAA DivisionIII philosophy, through which academics are thestudent’s first priority and sportsmanship, fair play,diversity and ethical conduct are constantly taughtand promoted.Campus expansion2004 marked the completion of Nazareth’s largestcapital campaign in history. The college raised $25million to support the recent campus expansionthrough the purchase of 73 acres of adjoiningland and buildings. Today’s campus features 148acres and includes the five-story Golisano AcademicCenter, the 2,200-seat Golden Flyer Stadium, thespacious Elizabeth George and Portka residencehalls and a softball diamond.Students now have twice as many classrooms andcomputer labs; more undergraduate and graduateprograms; opportunities to compete on intercollegiateteams in equestrian, cross country, track and field,men’s volleyball, and women’s softball; and a choiceof living options that includes suites, cafes and freelaundry service.FacultyFull-time 152Part-time 78Student/Faculty Ratio 12:1Ninety-four percent of full-time faculty have receivedthe highest professional degree in their field.EnrollmentFull-time undergraduate enrollment for the fall of2008 will be approximately 2,000. That numberincreases to about 3,200 with the inclusion of parttimeand graduate students. There are more than1,350 students living on campus.The 2008-09 freshman class had an average SATscore of 1155. One quarter of incoming freshmenfinished in the top 10 percent of their high schoolgraduating class; two-thirds ranked in the top 25percent.Expenses2008-09 TUITION $23,050Room and board(various plans available) $9,800Fees $1,000Total $33,850Academic highlightsDuring the past 10 years, 18 Nazareth studentsand four faculty have won Fulbright grantsto carry out research, teach, and study in 13countries around the world. Few colleges anduniversities in the nation can match Nazareth’srecord of preparing students for success in theFulbright competition—the U.S. government’smost prestigious scholarship program.Nazareth has a distinguished history of teacherpreparation with nearly 1,700 graduates currentlyteaching in Monroe County classrooms.Nazareth features an array of health professionsprograms, including a Bachelor of Science inNursing, Music Therapy, Art Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology, and Physical Therapy.The Nazareth College Arts Center, which housesthe departments of Theatre Arts, Music, and Art,has welcomed more than two million people toperformances since it opened in 1967.30Community serviceNinety-one percent of Nazareth undergraduatesparticipate in community service projects while theyare students.In addition, Nazareth offers an on-campus Centerfor Service Learning, which serves as a resourcefor students seeking volunteer placements and forfaculty who want to incorporate service into thecurriculum.AlumniSeventy-five percent of Nazareth’s 26,000 alumnireside in New York state. Nearly 70 percent areemployed in service professions including education,health care, child care, social work, and counseling.Athletic highlightsThe average grade-point average of studentathletesfor the spring 2007-08 semester was3.20, a number that includes academic recordsfor more than 400 student-athletes.A member of the National Collegiate AthleticAssociation, Nazareth has 23 intercollegiate teamsthat compete at the Division III level. Nazarethcompetes in the Empire 8 Conference with Alfred,Elmira, Hartwick, Ithaca, RIT, St. John Fisher,Stevens Institute of Technology and Utica.Nazareth finished 93rd among more than 300colleges in the NACDA (National Association ofCollegiate Directors of Athletics) standings forDivision III in 2007-08. The Golden Flyers wererepresented in NCAA Tournaments in men’scross country, women’s cross country, women’svolleyball, men’s basketball, men’s indoor trackand field, women’s swimming and diving, andmen’s outdoor track and field. Nazareth alsoclaimed Empire 8 Conference titles in men’sbasketball and women’s lacrosse and ECACUpstate championships in women’s soccerand men’s lacrosse.AdmissionContact the Nazareth Admissions Office at (585) 389-2860 or toll-free at (800) 462-3944 to find out moreabout the admission process, including financial aidopportunities, to attend an open house, or to arrangefor a campus tour.


2008-09 men’s basketball teamFront Row (left to right) -- Jason Corletta, Chris Barrett, Dominique Kendrick, Joe Mihalich, Phil Scaffidi, Brian Gebhardt, Jordan Major.BACK ROW --- Mike Daley (head coach), Kevin Downey (assistant coach), Ryan McAdam, Jake Fladd, Ellis Walsh, Jack Marchand, Jeff DeHimer,J.T. Miranda, Corey McAdam, Dick O’Toole (assistant coach), Toby Brown (associate head coach).Follow the Golden Flyers on the Nazareth College Sports Hotline at 585-389-2095, or on the web atwww.nazathletics.comDate Day Opponent timenov 21 Fri at Penn State Behrend TournamentnAzareth vs. St. Mary’s, Md.Bethany vs. Penn State Behrend6 pm8 pmnov 22 Sat at Penn State Behrend Tournament 1, 3 pmnov 25 Tue at Rochester 7 pm* DEC 6 Sat RIT 4 pmdec 13 Sat Oswego 7 pmdec 28 Sun Tournament of Heroes at Staten IslandnAzareth vs. Trine, Ind.Staten Island vs. St. Joseph’s3 pm5 pmdec 28 Mon Tournament of Heroes at Staten Island 5, 7 pm* jan 2 Fri Stevens 8 pm* jan 3 Sat Hartwick 4 pm* jan 9 Fri at Ithaca 8 pmjan 14 Wed JPMorgan Chase Tournamentat NazaretHjan 16 Fri JPMorgan Chase TournamentAt rittBAtBADate Day Opponent timejan 17 Sat JPMorgan Chase TournamentAt rit* jan 23 Fri Utica 8 pm* jan 24 Sat. at St. John Fisher 4 pm* jan 27 Tue Alfred 8 pm* jan 30 Fri at Stevens 8 pm* FEB 1 Sun at Hartwick 2 pm* FEB 3 Tue at Elmira 8 pm* FEB 7 Sat St. John Fisher 4 pm* FEB 10 Tue at Alfred 8 pm* FEB 13 Fri at Utica 8 p.m.* FEB 17 Tue at RIT 8 p.m.* FEB 20 Fri. Ithaca 8 p.m.* FEB 24 Tue Elmira 8 p.m.tBAFEB 27 Fri Empire 8 Tournament tBAFEB 28 Sat Empire 8 Tournament tBA* DENOTES Empire 8 Conference game Home games in boldNazareth College Sports Information Office4245 East Avenue, Rochester, New York 14618 Phone: 585-389-2452 Fax: 585-389-2188 E-mail: jseil2@naz.edu

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