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WT Men's Basketball Game Notes (1-18-17)

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  1. 1. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES GAME 21: AT #11 TARLETON STATE NOVEMBER 4 vs. (RV) Azusa Pacific ! W, 86-72 5 vs. St. Cloud State ! W, 83-70 6 vs. #23 Arkansas-Fort Smith ! W, 94-86 11 #15 Fort Lewis W, 90-82 12 New Mexico Highlands W, 92-77 17 at Lubbock Christian L, 86-95 22 Oklahoma Panhandle State W, 105-66 25 Wayne State College ^ W, 92-74 26 Southern Nazarene ^ W, 82-81 OT DECEMBER 1 Western New Mexico * W, 91-55 3 Eastern New Mexico * W, 92-86 6 UT Permian Basin * W, 89-80 10 at New Mexico Highlands W, 82-55 18 vs. #12 Western Washington # W, 90-83 19 vs. Rollins # W, 89-68 31 #5 Oklahoma City W, 95-63 JANUARY 5 at Midwestern State * L, 78-84 7 at Cameron * W, 100-98 4OT 12 #17 Angelo State * W, 104-96 14 Texas A&M-Kingsville * W, 80-65 19 at #11 Tarleton State * 7:30 p.m. 21 at (RV) Texas A&M-Commerce * 4:00 p.m. 26 at Eastern New Mexico * 8:30 p.m. 28 at Western New Mexico * 5:00 p.m. FEBRUARY 4 at UT Permian Basin * 4:00 p.m. 9 Cameron * 7:30 p.m. 11 Midwestern State * 4:00 p.m. 16 at Texas A&M-Kingsville * 7:30 p.m. 18 at (RV) Angelo State * 4:00 p.m. 23 (RV) Texas A&M-Commerce * 7:30 p.m. 25 #11 Tarleton State * 4:00 p.m. MARCH 2017 LSC Championship (Allen, TX) 2/3 LSC Quarterfinals TBD 4 LSC Semifinals TBD 5 LSC Championship TBD 2017 South Central Regionals (Top Seed Host) 11 Regional Quarterfinals TBD 12 Regional Semifinals TBD 14 Regional Championship TBD 2017 NCAA Division II Elite Eight (Sioux Falls, S.D.) 22 National Quarterfinals TBD 23 National Semifinals TBD 25 National Championship TBD All times are Central and subject to change Rankings come from the newest NABC DII Top-25 * - Lone Star Conference game ! - CCA Division II Tipoff Classic (Anaheim, CA) ^ - Pak-A-Sak WT Thanksgiving Classic (Canyon, TX) # - South Point Holiday Hoops Classic (Las Vegas, NV) 2016-17 SCHEDULE/RESULTS COMING UP The #12 Buffaloes of West Texas A&M begin a five game road trip on Thursday night as they head to Stephenville, Texas for a battle atop of the Lone Star Conference standings against the #11 Texans of Tarleton State with tipoff set for 7:30 p.m. at Wisdom Gym. - SCOUTING THE OPPONENT TARLETON STATE The Texans are led by 29th year head coach Lonn Reisman who has led Tarleton State to back-to-back South Central Regional Cham- pionships. Reisman entered 2016-17 with 613 career wins to make him the winningest active NCAA head coach in the state of Texas at any level. Reisman is the sixth active NCAA Division II head coach with 600 career wins and the 15th Division II coach all time to reach the milestone. Tarleton State enters the week with an overall record of 15-2 with a 6-1 mark in the LSC to sit tied atop of the league standings with the Buffs. TSU has claimed two straight wins and they are 10-1 inside of Wisdom Gym this season with three of those coming in LSC play (Midwestern State, Cameron and Texas A&M-Commerce). The Texans are led offensively by Ridell Camidge who has gone 91-of-210 from the floor this season including 55-of-133 from long range and 47-of-51 from the free throw line to average 16.7 points per contest followed by Romond Jenkins (12.2), Chantz Chambers (11.6) and Deshawn Riddick (10.5) in dou- ble-figures. Tarleton State has gone 494-of-1025 (48.2%) from the field this season including 147-of-391 (37.6%) from behind the arc and 266-of-404 (65.8%) from the free throw line while averaging 41.2 (+8.7) rebounds and 82.4 (+18.8) points per contest. The Texans lead the all-time series against the Buffs, 24-23 dating back to the start of the rivalry in 1994. The two teams split their pair of meetings last season as each home team claimed a victory. The Buffs are 7-14 all-time inside of Wisdom Gym, droppinig seven straight in Stephenville dating back to a 69-59 win on January 24, 2009. - A LOOK BACK TAMUK RECAP The #15 Buffs had four players in double-figures including 21 by junior guard Jerrod Walton as WT moved to 11-0 inside of the First United Bank Center in a 80-65 win over the Javelinas of Texas A&M-Kingsville in Lone Star Conference action on Saturday in Canyon. WT went 24-of53 (45.3%) from the floor including 6-of-25 (24%) from deep and 26-of-34 (76.5%) from the free throw line to go along with 40 rebounds (eight offensive, 32 defensive), 13 assists, 12 turnovers, five blocks and seven steals. Walton led the way for the Buffs with 18 points as the junior went 4-of-8 from the field and 9-of-11 from the stripe followed by Golightly Jr. (13), Evans (13) and Prince (10) in double figures while Evans grabbed eight rebounds. LAST MEETING WITH TSU (FEB. 20, 2016) WT trailed by just six at the break before a long shooting slump in the second half as a late rally fell just short as the Tarleton State Texans claimed a 87-82 Lone Star Conference victory over WT in front of 2,500 fans at Wisdom Gym in Stephenville, Texas. The Buffs went 22-of-56 (39.3%) from the floor in the game including 7-of-22 (31.8%) from deep and 31-of-39 (79.5%) from the free throw line to go along with 33 rebounds (11 offensive, 22 defensive), 29 fouls, six assists, 17 turnovers, no blocks and 10 steals. Chavlovich went 6-of-12 from the floor and 2-of-4 from deep to lead WT with 19 points followed by Walton (16), Golightly Jr. (11), Prince (11) in double-digits. MOVING ON UP Junior guard David Chavlovich is quickly making his way up WT’s all-time career scoring list as the Arlington native has scored 1,491 points in his 78 career games in Maroon & White to average an impressive 19.1 points per contest. Chavlovich’s 23 points against Angelo State on Thursday night kept the junior guard in second place all-time after passing Reggie Ramey (1973-76 / 1,440). Chavlovich now sits just 75 points behind Martin Lattibeaudiere (1993-97 | 1,566) for WT’s all-time scoring mark. Follow WT Basketball on Social Media @WestTXD2Hoops MBB Contact: Brent Seals E-Mail: bseals@wtamu.edu Office: 806.651.4442 Cell: 806.674.7050 www.GoBuffsGo.com #12 West Texas A&M BUFFALOES 18-2 (6-1 LSC) Date.......................................Jan. 19 Venue........................Wisdom Gym Location...........Stephenville, Texas Live Stats..........TarletonSports.com Video...............TarletonSports.com Audio....................987JackFM.com vs. TSU....................TSU Leads, 24-23 Series Beginning.......................1994 Last Meeting..............Feb. 20, 2016 Result.................................TSU, 87-82 Streak................................TSU, Win 1 #11 Tarleton State TEXANS 15-2 (6-1 LSC) TARLETON STATE • THURSDAY, JANUARY 19 • STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS
  2. 2. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES WTAMU Quick Facts UNIVERSITY INFORMATION General Location.................................. Canyon, Texas 79015 Founded...............................................................1910 Enrollment...........................................................9,850 Colors............................................... Maroon & White Nickname........................................... Buffaloes/Buffs Affiliation........................................... NCAA Division II Conference.......................... Lone Star Conference President................................. Dr. Walter V. Wendler Athletic Director..........................Michael McBroom Arena.................................. First United Bank Center Capacity.............................................................4,800 Athletic Department Phone.............(806) 651-4400 Ticketing & Donor Relations.....................Casey Lish Ticket Office........................................(806) 651-1414 Athletic Website.....................www.gobuffsgo.com Media Relations Assistant Director/MBB Contact.............Brent Seals Office Phone.......................................(806) 651-4442 E-Mail Address.......................... bseals@wtamu.edu Media Relations Office Fax...............(806) 651-4409 Mailing Address........................... WTAMU Box 60049 Canyon, Texas 79016 Athletic Website....................www.GoBuffsGo.com Athletics Twitter....................................@WTAthletics Athletics Facebook...................... .com/WTAthletics Athletics Hashtag...................................#BuffNation Men’s Basketball Information Head Coach.....................Tom Brown (3rd Season) Overall Record (Entering ‘16-17)...........38-22 (.633) Alma Mater...................................Winona State, ‘93 Basketball Office Phone....................(806) 651-2697 Associate Head Coach..........................Chris Gove Assistant Coach......................... Quincy Henderson Assistant Coach.........................................Dan Kratz Head Athletic Trainer...............................Chris Dane Strength & Conditioning....................... Matt Segura LSC Players of the Week 2016-17 OFFENSIVE Date Player, School 11/16 Daeshon Francis, UTPB 11/22 Daeshon Francis, UTPB (2) 11/29 CoRnell Neal, ENMU 12/5 Ridell Camidge, TSU 12/14 David Chavlovich, WT 12/20 Ridell Camidge, TSU (2) 1/3 David Chavlovich, WT (2) 1/9 Devante Pullum, MSU 1/15 Ridell Camidge, TSU (3) 2016-17 DEFENSIVE Date Player, School 11/16 Dorian Armstrong, TAMUC 11/22 Justin Hollins, ASU 11/29 Igor Ibaka, MSU 12/5 Romond Jenkins, TSU 12/14 Carl White, WT 12/20 Romond Jenkings, TSU (2) 1/3 Justin Hollins, ASU (2) 1/9 Dorian Armstrong, TAMUC (2) 1/15 Sammy Allen, UTPB Previous Games (Last 10) WEST TEXAS A&M (9-1) Date Opponent H/A/N W/L......Score 12/3 Eastern N.M. * H W.......92-86 12/7 UT Permian Basin * H W.......89-80 12/10 N.M. Highlands A W.......82-55 12/18 #12 Western Wash. N W.......90-83 12/19 Rollins N W.......89-68 12/31 #5 Oklahoma City H W.......95-63 1/5 Midwestern State * A L........78-84 1/7 Cameron * A W.100-984ot 1/12 #17 Angelo State * H W.....104-96 1/14 A&M-Kingsville * H W.......80-65 TARLETON STATE (9-1) Date Opponent H/A/N W/L......Score 12/8 Western N.M. * A W.........70-49 12/10 Eastern N.M. * A W.........92-79 12/14 S.W. Adventist H W.......106-54 12/18 Simon Frasier N W.........88-63 12/19 #12 Western Wash. N W.........84-83 12/31 Ouachita Baptist H W.........87-68 1/5 #5 Angelo State * A W.........92-60 1/7 A&M-Kingsville * A L..........71-76 1/10 A&M-Commerce * H W.........81-63 1/14 Arlington Baptist H W.......111-63 * - Conference Contest Upcoming LSC Games Thursday, January 19 Western N.M. at Angelo State WT at Tarleton State Eastern N.M. at A&M-Kingsville UT Permian Bas. at A&M-Commerce Saturday, January 21 Western N.M. at A&M-Kingsville WT at A&M-Commerce UT Permain Basin at Tarleton State Eastern N.M. at Angelo State Tuesday, January 24 Angelo State at A&M-Kingsville Thursday, January 26 WT at Eastern New Mexico A&M-Commerce at Midwestern St. Tarleton State at Cameron UT Permian Basin at Western N.M. Saturday, January 28 A&M-Commerce at Cameron A&M-Kingsville at Angelo State Tarleton State at Midwestern State UT Permian Basin at Eastern N.M. WT at Western New Mexico Follow The Buffs... www.GoBuffsGo.com Facebook .com/wtathletics .com/West-Texas-AM-Mens- Basketball Twitter @WTAthletics @WestTXD2Hoops @LoneStarConf #BuffNation / #LSCmbb YouTube .com/wtathletics Tarleton State Probable Starters NABC DIVISION II TOP-25 POLL (JAN. 17) The Buffs are tied for the most wins in any level of NCAA Basketball (UCLA, Villanova, Creighton) as they enter the week with an 18-2 overall record with a 6-1 mark in Lone Star Conference play to sit tied atop of the league standings. Northwest Missouri State picked up 12 of the possible 16 first place votes for a total of 396 points to sit atop of the poll followed by Fair- mont State (four first place, 388), Queens (360), West Liberty (346), Cal Baptist (330), Wheeling Jesuit (318), Barry (301), Shippensburg (295), Southern Indiana (282) and Indiana, Pa. (242) to round out the top ten. HOME SWEET HOME West Texas A&M hits the road for a five game road trip following a pair of LSC home wins this past weekend, the Buffs are a perfect 11-0 at home this season. During those 11 home contests, WT has shot 47.8% (328-of-686) including 32.9% (99-of-301) from behind the arc and 75.1% (257-of-342) from the charity stripe to go along with 40.3 (+5.9) rebounds per game and 92.0 (+17.0) points per contest. NATIONALLY SPEAKING WT leads DII Basketball in two offensive categories: free throws attempted (596), free throws made (437) while ranking second in total rebounds (791), fifth in 3-pt field goal attempts (565) and sixth in total 3-pt field goals made (191). Junior guard David Chavlovich ranks fourth in 3-pt field goal attempts (166) and eighth in field goal attempts (305) and total points (394). LIVE COVERAGE The Tarleton State Athletic Communications Department will provide live stats and a webstream for Thursday’s matchup. Fans can also listen to the WT contests on 98.7 JackFM with Kent Johnson & Lucas Kinsey providing the call. Visit the Men’s Basketball Schedule Page at GoBuffsGo.com for links. LAST 10 MEETINGS (TSU 8-2) Feb. 20, 2016 (Stephenville, Texas) - TSU 87, WT 82 Jan. 23, 2016 (Canyon, Texas) - WT 78, TSU 61 Feb. 18, 2015 (Canyon, Texas) - TSU 64, WT 60 Jan. 21, 2015 (Stephenville, Texas) - TSU 76, WT 71 Mar. 5, 2014 (Allen, Texas) - TSU 89, WT 70 (LSC Quarters) Feb. 19, 2014 (Stephenville, Texas) - TSU 81, WT 68 Jan. 22, 2014 (Canyon, Texas) - TSU 87, WT 63 Mar. 8, 2013 (Allen, Texas) - TSU 66, WT 48 (LSC Semis) Mar. 2, 2013 (Canyon, Texas) - WT 58, TSU 55 Jan. 19, 2013 (Stephenville, Texas) - TSU 65, WT 50 Anthony Davis Romond Jenkins Ridell Camidge Deshawn Riddick Chantz Chambers 32 40 12 2 5 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION
  3. 3. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION # School (1st) Rec. Pts. Prev. 1. N.W. Missouri St. (12) 16-0 396 1 2. Fairmont State (4) 15-0 388 2 3. Queens 16-0 360 3 4. West Liberty 14-1 346 4 5. California Baptist 15-1 330 5 6. Wheeling Jesuit 14-1 318 6 7. Barry, Fla. 14-1 301 7 8. Shippensburg 15-0 295 8 9. Southern Indiana 16-0 282 10 10. Indiana 15-2 242 12 11. Tarleton State 15-2 225 13 12. West Texas A&M 18-2 211 15 13. Kutztown 13-2 192 14 14. Hawai’i Pacific 16-1 188 19 15. Bellarmine 13-3 172 9 16. Arkansas-Monticello 12-0 153 22 17. Western Washington 13-3 147 20 18. UC San Diego 14-3 132 11 19. Chico State 15-2 121 23 20. San Francisco State 14-2 94 16 21. Fort Lewis 15-3 67 NR 22. Wisconsin-Parkside 14-1 63 NR 23. Kentucky Wesleyan 14-2 58 NR 24. Delta State 12-3 34 NR 25. Alabama-Huntsville 11-4 16 21 RECEIVING VOTES: Lincoln Memorial (Tenn.) 10, MSU Moorhead (Minn.) 10, Colorado School of Mines 9, Quincy (Ill.) 8, Southern New Hampshire 6, Angelo State (Texas) 5, Sonoma State (Calif.) 5, Central Washington 4, Eckerd (Fla.) 3, Saginaw Valley State (Mich.) 3, Southwest Minnesota State 1, Texas A&M-Commerce 1. NABC Division II Top-25 (Jan. 17) LSC Preseason Poll (10/26) # SCHOOL 1ST PTS. 1 Midwestern State 12 253 2 Tarleton State 7 240 3 Angelo State 8 239 4 West Texas A&M 1 211 5 Texas A&M-Commerce 152 6 Texas A&M-Kingsville 120 7 Cameron 108 8 Eastern New Mexico 93 9 UT Permian Basin 88 10 Western New Mexico 36 Preseason Player of the Year: David Chavlovich, West Texas A&M #1 David Chavlovich G • 5-11 • JR Arlington, Texas #15 Ryan Quaid G • 6-6 • SO Fort Collins, Colorado #11 Tommy Gove G • 5-11 • JR Waconia, Minnesota #35 Carl White G • 6-6 • SO Chicago, Illinois 2016-17 PPG 20.7 RPG 4.5 FG% .393 FT% .780 Assists 86 Steals 28 West Texas A&M Scoring 90.0 +13.2 Field Goals 586-1273 .460 3-PT Field Goals 191-565 .338 9.6 Free Throws 437-596 .733 Rebounds 39.5 +3.1 Team Statistics Scoring Points Per Game Scoring Margin Field Goals Attempted Field Goal % 3-PT Field Goals Attempted 3-PT Field Goal % 3-PT Made Per Game Free Throws Attempted Free Throw % Rebounds Rebounds Per Game Rebounding Margin Tarleton State Scoring 82.4 +18.8 Field Goals 494-1025 .482 3-PT Field Goals 147-391 .376 8.6 Free Throws 266-404 .658 Rebounds 41.2 +8.7 West Texas A&M Probable Starters 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 15 16 191817 20 21 Off Day Media Interviews FUBC (Noon) Practice T.B.D. FUBC Practice T.B.D. FUBC Practice T.B.D. FUBC GameDay Tarleton State Stephenville, TX 7:30 p.m. Practice T.B.D. GameDay A&M-Commerce Commerce, TX 4:00 p.m. Sunday Monday ThisWeek... Tuesday Wednesday Thursday SaturdayFriday 2016-17 PPG 13.7 RPG 4.4 FG% .444 FT% .821 Assists 17 Steals 12 2016-17 PPG 8.1 RPG 5.6 FG% .535 FT% .703 Assists 14 Blocks 11 2016-17 PPG 10.1 RPG 4.9 FG% .492 FT% .737 Assists 45 Blocks 26 2016-17 Tarleton State Texans No. Name Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Hometown 0 Brandon Willis G FR 5-11 180 Baltimore, Maryland 1 Denzel Smith F JR 6-6 210 Danville, Illinois 2 Chantz Chambers G SR 5-11 175 Shreveport, Louisiana 4 Nosa Ebomwonyi G JR 6-5 195 Pflugerville, Texas 5 Ridell Camidge G JR 6-3 190 Wilmington, North Carolina 10 Curtiss Anderson F JR 6-8 225 Kenner, Louisiana 12 Deshawn Riddick G JR 6-1 170 Austin, Texas 14 Jacob Morales G JR 5-10 180 Plano, Texas 20 Kealon Clayborne G R-FR 6-2 165 Cedar Hill, Texas 22 Ivan Tevis G R-FR 5-11 175 Perryton, Texas 24 Stephen Edwards G JR 6-2 175 Muskogee, Oklahoma 32 Romond Jenkins F SR 6-7 220 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 33 Sawyer Kipp F JR 6-7 235 Plano, Texas 34 Lance Ewell G R-FR 6-5 200 Brock, Texas 40 Anthony Davis F R-FR 6-7 220 Lewisville, Texas 44 Josh Hawley F R-FR 6-7 205 Irving, Texas Head Coach: Lonn Reisman Assistant Coaches: Chris Reisman / Marlin Cloudy / Chris Harrell / Coleman Furst #3 Jordan Evans G • 6-5 • JR Houston, Texas 2016-17 PPG 3.4 RPG 1.8 FG% .425 FT% .929 Assists 18 Steals 18
  4. 4. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES WT’s Record When... At Home.......................................................... 11-0 On the Road..................................................... 2-2 On a Neutral Court.......................................... 5-0 GAME SITUATIONS Leading or tied at Half.................................. 16-0 Trailing at Half................................................... 2-2 Leading with 5:00 left (regulation)............... 16-0 Trailing or Tied with 5:00 left............................ 2-2 In Overtime Games......................................... 2-0 SCORING WT scores less than 60 points.......................... 0-0 WT scores between 60-69............................... 0-0 WT scores between 70-79............................... 0-1 WT scores between 80-89............................... 7-1 WT scores between 90-99............................... 8-0 WT scores 100+ points...................................... 3-0 Opponent scores less than 60........................ 2-0 Opponent scores between 60-69.................. 4-0 Opponent scores between 70-79.................. 4-0 Opponent scores between 80-89.................. 6-1 Opponent scores between 90-99.................. 2-1 Opponent scores 100+.................................... 0-0 Games decided by 3 points or less............... 2-0 Games decided by 4-9 points........................ 6-2 Games decided by 10-19 points.................... 4-0 Games decided by 20 or more points.......... 5-0 DAYS OF THE WEEK On Monday...................................................... 1-0 On Tuesday....................................................... 2-0 On Wednesday................................................ 0-0 On Thursday...................................................... 2-2 On Friday........................................................... 3-0 On Saturday...................................................... 8-0 On Sunday........................................................ 2-0 In November..................................................... 8-1 In December.................................................... 7-0 In January......................................................... 3-1 In February........................................................ 0-0 In March............................................................ 0-0 vs. Ranked Opponents.................................... 5-0 vs. South Central Regional Opponents....... 11-2 (Lone Star, Rocky Mountain, Heartland) vs. D-II Non-Regional Opponents................... 6-0 vs. Non-DII Opponents..................................... 1-0 2016-17 Numerical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown 0 Drew Evans G 6-3 Fr. Chicago, Illinois 1 David Chavlovich G 5-11 Jr. Arlington, Texas 2 Eric Golightly Jr. G 6-1 Sr. Chickasha, Oklahoma 3 Jordan Evans G 6-5 Jr. Houston, Texas 5 Jordan Collins G 6-0 Fr. Houston, Texas 10 Eric Mosley G 6-5 So. Gilbert, Arizona 11 Tommy Gove G 5-11 Jr. Waconia, Minnesota 14 Joseph Prince G 5-10 Sr. Palmdale, California 15 Ryan Quaid G 6-6 So. Fort Collins, Colorado 20 Rylan Gerber G 6-3 Jr. Dumas, Texas 21 Jerrod Walton G 6-5 Jr. Mequon, Wisconsin 24 Skyler O’Laughlin C 6-11 Sr. Elkhorn, Wisconsin 35 Carl White G 6-6 So. Chicago, Illinois 40 Garrett Brockman G 6-2 Sr. Amarillo, Texas 2016-17 Alphabetical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown 40 Garrett Brockman G 6-2 Sr. Amarillo, Texas 1 David Chavlovich G 5-11 Jr. Arlington, Texas 5 Jordan Collins G 6-0 Fr. Houston, Texas 0 Drew Evans G 6-3 Fr. Chicago, Illinois 3 Jordan Evans G 6-5 Jr. Houston, Texas 20 Rylan Gerber G 6-3 Jr. Dumas, Texas 2 Eric Golightly Jr. G 6-1 Sr. Chickasha, Oklahoma 11 Tommy Gove G 5-11 Jr. Waconia, Minnesota 10 Eric Mosley G 6-5 So. Gilbert, Arizona 24 Skyler O’Laughlin C 6-11 Sr. Elkhorn, Wisconsin 14 Joseph Prince G 5-10 Sr. Palmdale, California 15 Ryan Quaid G 6-6 So. Fort Collins, Colorado 21 Jerrod Walton G 6-5 Jr. Mequon, Wisconsin 35 Carl White G 6-6 So. Chicago, Illinois 2016-17 Starting Lineup Game-By-Game Date G G G G C/G Record 11/4 Chavlovich Evans Walton Brockman O’Laughlin 1-0 11/5 Chavlovich Evans Walton Brockman O’Laughlin 2-0 11/6 Chavlovich Evans Walton Brockman O’Laughlin 3-0 11/11 Chavlovich Evans Walton Brockman O’Laughlin 4-0 11/12 Chavlovich Evans Walton Brockman O’Laughlin 5-0 11/17 Chavlovich Evans Walton Prince O’Laughlin 0-1 11/22 Chavlovich Evans White Prince O’Laughlin 1-0 11/25 Chavlovich Evans White Prince O’Laughlin 2-0 11/26 Chavlovich Evans White Prince O’Laughlin 3-0 12/1 Chavlovich Evans White Prince O’Laughlin 4-0 12/3 Chavlovich Evans White Prince O’Laughlin 5-0 12/6 Chavlovich Evans White Prince O’Laughlin 6-0 12/10 Chavlovich Evans White Prince O’Laughlin 7-0 12/18 Chavlovich Evans White Prince O’Laughlin 8-0 12/19 Chavlovich Evans Gove Prince O’Laughlin 1-0 12/31 Chavlovich Evans Golightly Jr. Gove O’Laughlin 1-0 1/5 Chavlovich Evans Golightly Jr. Gove O’Laughlin 1-1 1/7 Gove Evans White Brockman O’Laughlin 1-0 1/12 Chavlovich Evans Golightly Jr. Gove White 1-0 1/14 Golightly Jr. Evans Gove Quaid White 1-0 1/19 - - - - - - 1/21 - - - - - - 1/26 - - - - - - 1/28 - - - - - - 2/4 - - - - - - 2/9 - - - - - - 2/11 - - - - - - 2/16 - - - - - - 2/18 - - - - - - 2/23 - - - - - - 2/25 - - - - - - Last Time Out... 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION
  5. 5. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Season 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Dates 1986-87 9 9 7 6 12 6 10 5 10 Jan. 6 - Mar. 2 1987-88 16 17 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Jan. 4 - Feb. 29 1988-89 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Jan. 16 - Mar. 6 1989-90 -- -- 17 16 -- -- -- -- Jan. 15 - Mar. 5 1990-91 14 18 T11 11 10 17 -- -- Jan. 14 - Mar. 4 1991-92 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Jan. 6 - Mar. 2 1992-93 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Jan. 4 - Mar. 1 1993-94 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Jan. 3 - Feb. 28 1994-95 -- 18 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Jan. 1 - Feb. 26 1995-96 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Dec. 11 - Feb. 26 1996-97 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Dec. 10 - Feb. 25 1997-98 -- -- 15 14 10 9 15 8 5 5 8 9 Nov. 24 - Mar. 2 1998-99 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 24 17 Dec. 7 - Feb. 22 1999-00 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Dec. 6 - Mar. 6 2000-01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 27 - Mar. 5 2001-02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Dec. 3 - Feb. 25 2002-03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Dec. 17 - Mar. 11 2003-04 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Dec. 16 - Mar. 2 2004-05 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 30 - Mar. 8 2005-06 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 29 - Mar. 6 2006-07 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 28 - Mar. 6 2007-08 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 19 -- Nov. 28 - Mar. 11 2008-09 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 25 - Mar. 10 2009-10 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 24 - Mar. 9 2010-11 -- -- -- -- -- -- 19 23 20 19 -- 23 -- T24 23 Nov. 23 - Mar. 8 2011-12 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 29 - Mar. 6 2012-13 20 18 25 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 20 - Mar. 12 2013-14 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 19 - Mar. 11 2014-15 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 25 - Mar. 10 2015-16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 24 - Mar. 8 2015-16m -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 24 - Mar. 8 2016-17 RV RV 24 22 19 14 11 15 12 -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 1 - 2016-17m RV 16 RV 12 8 6 12 10 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Nov. 1 - - The Division II Polls began in the 1960-61 season, WT’s first appearance in the poll was in 1986-87 - From 1960-61 through 1974-75: rankings conducted by Associated Press (College Division) - From 1975-76 through 1996-97: rankings conducted by National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) - From 1997-98 through 2003-04: rankings conducted by Division II Bulletin - From 2004-05 to present: rankings conducted by National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Congress - From 2014-15 to present: second set of rankings conducted (media poll) by Division II Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Buffalo Basketball in the Division II Top-25 Poll
  6. 6. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES Category Natl. Rank LSC Rank Value ValueNatl. Leader 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION WT Basketball in the Division II National Rankings (Jan. 12)
  7. 7. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Category Natl. Rank Value Natl. Leader ValueLSC Rank 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION WT Basketball in the Division II National Rankings (Jan. 12)
  8. 8. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES EDUCATION B.S. Winona State University - Physical Educa- tion, 1993 M.S. Winona State University - Education, 1998 COACHING CAREER ACCOLADES 2-Time NCAA D-II National Champion NCAA D-II National Finalist 6-Time Northern Sun Intercollegiate Athletic Association (NSIC) Champion 5-Time NCIS Tournament Champion 4-Time NCAA D-II Regional Champion COLLEGIATE HEAD COACHING RECORD Year School Record 2016-17 West Texas A&M 18-2 2015-16 West Texas A&M 21-10 2014-15 West Texas A&M 17-12 Totals At WT (3rd Season) 56-24 (.700) Overall (3rd Season) 56-24 (.700) Tom Brown was hired on April 16, 2014, as the 17th head coach in WT men’s basketball history. In just two short years Brown has turned around the West Texas A&M University Basketball Program. Brown led the team to its first 20+ win season since 2010-11. The Buffs were picked to finish 5th in the LSC this past season and despite a pre-season, season ending injury to sophomore starter Carl White the team still managed to finish 2nd in the LSC with an overall record of 21-10. The 2nd place finish is the highest since the conference was split North/South. The Buffs continued to battle minor injuries throughout the year but every player that was called on would step up. Under Brown’s di- rection the team had some very strong individual performances. WT sophomore guard David Chav- lovich led the way. For his outstanding play David was named an NABC All-American, the Lone Star Conference Player of the Year and 1st Team All- LSC selection. Sophomore Jordan Evans (playing in his first season) received honorable mention All-LSC acclaim. The Buffs again were dominate in the classroom as the team GPA exceeded a 3.0 for the year. 2015-16 the Buffs set a new record in the class- room. The team recorded the highest GPA for Men’s Basketball in a season. Coach Brown inherited a WT team that won two games in the LSC and 10 games overall in 2013-14. Brown had to start from scratch in late April, the team had three seniors and one walkon redshirt freshman. Just three student-athletes saw playing time from the previous year and the team was picked to finish last in the Lone Star Confer- ence Preseason Poll. However, under Brown West Texas A&M University finished the season 5th in the LSC and posted a 17-12 overall record. The Buffs made the LSC Tournament as the fifth seed. There were some individual accolades as well, all three of the returning seniors improved on their scoring average from the previous season. Tez Dumars surpassed Maurice Cheeks in WT All-Time scoring and finished his career ranked 4th All-Time in scoring at WT. David Chavlovich was the squads leading scorer, 2nd Team All-Conference Perform- er and the Freshman of the Year in the LSC as he averaged 16.5 points per contest to go along with 93 assists and 30 steals. In 2014-15, the Buffs set a new record in the classroom. The team recorded the highest GPA for Men’s Basketball in a season. Tom was the driving force as the Associate Head Coach and head recruiter in the most successful Division II men’s basketball program in recent history at Winona State University. The Warriors won the NCAA Division II National Cham- pionship in 2006 and 2008 and finished as the National Finalist in 2007. During that span, Winona State posted an unprecedented 105-6 record. WT Assistant Coach Quincy Henderson played for Coach Brown from 2005-2008. Quincy’s record as a collegiate player at WSU was 105-6. Named Division II Bulletin’s ‘Program of the Decade’ for 2000-2009, WSU set a NCAA Division II record with 57 consecutive wins, a run that began on Jan. 13, 2006, and didn’t end until the national title game on Mar. 24, 2007. The 2007-08 Warrior squad won a NCAA record 38 games. An excellent recruiter and teacher, Brown recruited and developed some of the best players in the nation with three National Player of the Year recipients, along with seven first team All-America honorees. 11 players total have earned All-America status including WT Sopho- more David Chavlovich. Brown has coached five NSIC Most Valuable Players, seven NSIC Defen- sive Players of the Year and two Elite Eight Most Valuable Players. Brown is doing it again at WT as David Chav- lovich has earned both Freshman of the Year and Player of the Year in the best Division II Confer- ence in the Nation, the Lone Star Conference. Brown attended and played basketball (1988-1992) and baseball (1991) at Winona State University. He finished his Warrior career ranked fifth in program history in scoring, second in assists and first in steals. He earned his bachelor’s degree in 1993 in physical education and completed his master’s degree in education in 1998. He and his wife Dr. Trisha Brown are the proud parents of three children, TJ, Zach and Ella. Dr. Brown is currently an Instructor and works in the Sports & Exercise Science Department at West Texas A&M. NAME FROM YEARS RECORD WIN % 1. Wayne McCorkle 1920-1921 1 8-2 80.0% 2. Sam Burton 1921-1933 12 203-39 83.9% 3. Carl York 1933-1934 1 7-12 36.8% 4. Al Baggett 1934-1942 7 174-54 76.3% 5. Gus Miller 1942-1957 14 197-137 58.9% 6. Borden Price 1957-1959 2 9-30 23.1% 7. Metz LaFollette 1959-1963 4 29-61 32.2% 8. Jimmy Viramontes 1963-1967 4 38-53 41.8% 9. Dennis Walling 1967-1973 6 82-66 55.4% 10. Ron Ekker 1973-1978 5 65-70 48.1% 11. Ken Edwards 1978-1984 6 68-97 41.2% 12. Gary Moss 1984-1987 3 47-40 54.0% 13. Mark Adams 1987-1992 5 118-38 75.6% 14. Jeff Morgan 1992-1993 1 17-10 63.0% 15. Rick Cooper 1993-2013 21 391-194 66.0% 16. Vinay Patel 2013-2014 1 6-14 30.0% 17. Tom Brown 2014-Present 2 56-24 70.0% BEST WINNING % (MIN. 50 GAMES) 1. Sam Burton, 1921-1933 83.9% 2. Mark Adams, 1987-1992 75.6% 3. Al Baggett, 1934-1942 76.3% 4. Tom Brown, 2014-Present 70.0% 5. Rick Cooper, 1993-2013 66.0% CONSECUTIVE NON-LOSING SEASONS 1. Rick Cooper, 1993-2013 20 2. Sam Burton, 1921-1933 12 3. Al Baggett, 1937-1942 5 Mark Adams, 1987-1993 5 5. Gus Miller, 1942-1947* 4 Gus Miller, 1948-1952 4 Dennis Walling, 1968-1972 4 8. Tom Brown, 2014-Present 2 * Team Did Not Play 1943-44 Season TOM BROWN HEAD COACH THIRD SEASON WINONA STATE ‘93 West Texas A&M Head Coaching Records Brown’s Coaching File 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION
  9. 9. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 Lone Star Conference STANDINGS (JAN. 19) School Conf C-Pct. Ovr. Pct. Streak West Texas A&M 6-1 0.857 18-2 0.900 W3 Tarleton State 6-1 0.857 15-2 0.882 W2 Texas A&M-Commerce 5-2 0.714 13-3 0.813 W1 Cameron 6-3 0.667 13-6 0.684 W3 UT Permian Basin 4-3 0.571 12-4 0.750 W2 Midwestern State 5-4 0.556 12-5 0.706 L1 Angelo State 2-4 0.333 10-4 0.714 L4 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1-5 0.167 8-7 0.533 L2 Eastern New Mexico 1-6 0.143 7-10 0.412 L2 Western New Mexico 0-7 0.000 2-13 0.133 L3 2016-17 LSC Statistical Leaders (Jan. 19) TEAM Scoring Offense G W-L Points Avg. 1.UT Permian Basin 16 12-4 1458...............91.1 2.West Texas A&M 20 18-2 1800...............90.0 3.Texas A&M-Commerce 16 13-3 1401...............87.6 4.Angelo State 14 10-4 1162...............83.0 5.Tarleton State 17 15-2 1401...............82.4 Scoring Defense G W-L Points Avg. 1.Tarleton State 17 15-2 1081...............63.6 2.Texas A&M-Kingsville 15 8-7 1029...............68.6 3.Cameron 18 12-6 1279...............71.1 4.Midwestern State 16 12-4 1137...............71.1 5.Angelo State 14 10-4 1045...............74.6 Scoring Margin G Off. Def. Margin 1.Tarleton State 17 82.4 63.6................18.8 2.West Texas A&M 20 90.0 76.8................13.2 3.Texas A&M-Commerce 16 87.6 76.7................10.9 4.UT Permian Basin 16 91.1 80.4................10.8 5.Midwestern State 16 81.5 71.1................10.4 Field Goal Pct. G FGM FGA................ Pct. 1.Tarleton State 17 494 1025.............0.482 2.Angelo State 14 392 822...............0.477 3.UT Permian Basin 16 492 1037.............0.474 4.West Texas A&M 20 586 1273.............0.460 5.Texas A&M-Commerce 16 483 1057.............0.457 Field Goal Pct. Def. G FGM FGA Pct. 1.Tarleton State 17 365 963...............0.379 2.Angelo State 14 365 927...............0.394 3.Midwestern State 16 387 973...............0.398 4.Texas A&M-Kingsville 15 329 812...............0.405 5.UT Permian Basin 16 407 1001.............0.407 Free Throw Pct. G FTM FTA Pct. 1.Angelo State 14 267 363...............0.736 2.West Texas A&M 20 437 596...............0.733 3.UT Permian Basin 16 323 443...............0.729 4.Midwestern State 16 264 381...............0.693 5.Texas A&M-Kingsville 15 218 315...............0.692 3-PT Field Goal Pct. G 3FGM 3FGA Pct. 1.Angelo State 14 111 291...............0.381 2.Tarleton State 17 147 391...............0.376 3.UT Permian Basin 16 151 420...............0.360 4.Eastern New Mexico 17 119 344...............0.346 5.Cameron 18 153 446...............0.343 3-PT Field Goal Pct. Def. G 3FGM 3FGA Pct. 1.Texas A&M-Kingsville 15 79 274...............0.288 2.Angelo State 14 101 346...............0.292 3.Tarleton State 17 134 450...............0.298 4.Cameron 18 138 437...............0.316 5.UT Permian Basin 16 141 438...............0.322 Rebounding Offense G Reb. Avg. 1.UT Permian Basin 16 724.................45.3 2.Midwestern State 16 675.................42.2 3.Angelo State 14 577.................41.2 4.Tarleton State 17 700.................41.2 5.Cameron 18 734.................40.8 Rebounding Defense G Reb. Avg. 1.Tarleton State 17 552.................32.5 2.UT Permian Basin 16 538.................33.6 3.West Texas A&M 20 729.................36.5 4.Angelo State 14 535.................38.2 5.Midwestern State 16 618.................38.6 Blocked Shots G Blocks Avg. 1.Angelo State 14 75...................5.36 2.Texas A&M-Kingsville 15 66...................4.40 3.Eastern New Mexico 17 71...................4.18 4.Tarleton State 17 69...................4.06 5.West Texas A&M 20 74...................3.70 Assists G Assists Avg. 1.UT Permian Basin 16 262...............16.38 2.Midwestern State 16 250...............15.63 3.West Texas A&M 20 298...............14.90 4.Cameron 18 264...............14.67 5.Texas A&M-Commerce 16 226...............14.13 Steals G Steals Avg. 1.Texas A&M-Commerce 16 158.................9.88 2.Tarleton State 17 146.................8.59 3.Midwestern State 16 136.................8.50 4.Eastern New Mexico 17 139.................8.18 5.West Texas A&M 20 153.................7.65 Attendance G Tot. Home H Avg. 1.Tarleton State 17 19127 15545........1,413.0 2.Angelo State 14 9876 6544..........1,090.0 3.Midwestern State 16 13465 7546.............943.0 4.Texas A&M-Commerce 16 9485 5641.............805.0 5.West Texas A&M 20 10527 7476.............679.0 PLAYER Scoring FG 3PT FT Points Avg. 1.CHAVLOVICH, David (WT) 120 55 99 394................20.7 2.KING, Quay (ASU) 83 55 47 268................20.6 3.FRANCIS, Daeshon (UTPB) 106 10 81 303................18.9 4.ALBERT, Malik (A&M-C) 89 22 62 262................18.7 5.LACY, Johnnie (UPB) 64 44 85 257................17.1 Rebounding G Off. Def. Total Avg. 1.JENKINS, Romond (TSU) 17 74 119 193................11.4 2.ALLEN, Sammy (UTPB) 14 42 103 145................10.4 3.SPIVEY, Latrell (WNMU) 15 44 98 142..................9.5 4.IBAKA, Igor (MSU) 16 45 99 144..................9.0 5.TSHIKAYA, Thomas (ASU) 14 33 92 125..................8.9 Field Goal Pct. G FGM FGA Pct. 1.JENKINS, Romond (TSU) 17 92 135.....................681 2.FRANCIS, Daeshon (UTPB) 16 106 182.....................582 3.ALBERT, Malik (A&M-C) 14 89 193.....................461 4.CAMIDGE, Ridell (TSU) 17 91 210.....................433 5.KING, Quay (ASU) 13 83 193.....................430 Free Throw Pct. G FTM FTA Pct. 1.CAMIDGE, Ridell (TSU) 17 47 51.......................922 2.LACY, Johnnie (UTPB) 15 85 99.......................859 3.DILLARD, Lorenzo (ASU) 14 66 78.......................846 4.GOLIGHTLY JR., Eric (WT) 19 48 58.......................828 5.TSHIKAYA, Thomas (ASU) 14 46 56.......................821 3-PT Field Goal Pct. G 3FGM 3FGA Pct. 1.KING, Quay (ASU) 13 55 131.....................420 2.CAMIDGE, Ridell (TSU) 17 55 133.....................414 3.McPHERSON, James (UTPB) 16 48 119.....................403 4.CHAVLOVICH, David (WT) 19 55 166.....................331 5.LACY, Johnnie (UTPB) 15 44 135.....................326 Assists G Assists Avg. 1.PULLUM, Devante (MSU) 15 76....................5.1 2.CHAVLOVICH, David (WT) 19 86....................4.5 3.DILLARD, Lorenzo (ASU) 14 63....................4.5 4.NEAL, CoRnell (ENMU) 14 63....................4.5 5.RIDDICK, Deshawn (TSU) 17 76....................4.5 Steals G Steals Avg. 1.NEAL, CoRnell (ENMU) 14 30........................2.1 2.ALBERT, Malik (A&M-C) 14 29........................2.1 3.WHITE, Carl (WT) 18 32........................1.8 4.CHAMBERS, Chantz (TSU) 17 30........................1.8 5.FRANCIS, Daeshon (UTPB) 16 27........................1.7 Blocks G Blocks Avg. 1.HOLLINS, Justin (ASU) 11 27........................2.5 2.ARMSTRONG, Dorian (A&M-C) 15 28........................1.9 3.JENKINS, Romond (TSU) 17 31........................1.8 4.WHITE, Carl (WT) 18 26........................1.4 5.TSHIKAYA, Thomas (ASU) 14 20........................1.4 Minutes Played G Min. Avg. 1.LONG,JV (CU) 18 602....................33.4 2.KING, Quay (ASU) 13 427....................32.8 3.FRANCIS, Daeshon (UTPB) 16 521....................32.6 4.CHAVLOVICH, David (WT) 19 617....................32.5 5.LACY, Johnnie (UTPB) 15 481....................32.1 @LoneStarConf #LSCmbb 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION
  10. 10. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION GAME INFO vs. (RV) Azusa Pacific Friday, November 4th - 11 a.m. CT Santiago Canyon College - Orange, CA CCA Division II Tipoff Classic Game #1 ORANGE, CA - West Texas A&M opened up their 2016-17 campaign in style as five different Buffs scored in double-figures to lead WT to an 86-72 season opening win over the Azusa Pacific Cougars to open up the CCA Division II Tipoff Classic at the Santia- go Canyon College Athletics Com- plex in Orange, California. The Buffs went 28-of-64 (43.8%) from the floor including 10-of-24 (41.7%) from deep and 20-of-28 (71.4%) from the charity stripe to go along with 37 rebounds (nine offensive, 28 defen- sive), 13 assist, seven turnovers, two blocks and nine steals. Evans led the way for WT with 20 points followed by Chavlovich (16), Walton (14), White (13), and Quaid (12) in double-digits while Quaid ended the game with 10 rebounds for a double-double. Azusa Pacific went 23-of-57 (40.4%) from the field including 9-of-26 (34.6% from long range and 17-of-23 (73.9%) from the free throw line to go along with 40 rebounds (10 offensive, 30 defensive), 13 assists, 20 turnovers, two blocks and four steals. Schreiber led all players with 25 points on the afternoon followed by Peterson with 14 and Kutlesic with 13. Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. APU 26 46 72 0-1 WT 32 54 86 1-0 GAME INFO vs. St. Cloud State Saturday, November 5th - 6 p.m. CT Santiago Canyon College - Orange, CA CCA Division II Tipoff Classic Game #2 Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. SCSU 30 40 70 0-2 WT 38 45 83 2-0 GAME INFO vs. #23 Arkansas-Fort Smith Sunday, November 6th - 11 a.m. CT Santiago Canyon College - Orange, CA CCA Division II Tipoff Classic Game #3 Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. WT 47 47 94 3-0 UAFS 45 41 86 2-1 ORANGE, CA - West Texas A&M junior guard Jordan Evans scored 20 points for the second straight contest as the Buffs shot 50 percent from the floor in an 83-70 win over St. Cloud State during the CCA Division II Tipoff Clas- sic at the Santiago Canyon College Athletics Complex in Orange, Califor- nia. The Buffs were led offensively by Ev- ans with his second straight 20-point performance followed by White with 17 and Chavlovich with 15. Walton, Chavlovich and White grabbed six rebounds each while Chavlovich dished out five steals. WT went 29-of- 58 (50%) from the floor including 11- of-25 (44%) from deep and 14-of-28 (50%) with 36 rebounds (nine offen- sive, 27 defensive), 17 assists, 13 turn- overs, two blocks and three steals. The Huskies were led by Davis with 23 points followed by Scottie Stone with 16 while Davis grabbed eight rebounds on the night. SCSU went 22- of-61 (36.1%) from the floor including 7-of-21 (33.3%) from long range and 19-of-26 (73.1%) from the free throw line to go along with 42 rebounds (15 offensive, 27 defensive), 11 assists, 16 turnovers, five blocks and five steals. ORANGE, CA - The Buffaloes of West Texas A&M are off to their best start to a season since 2012-13 thanks to an 11-0 run in the heart of the sec- ond half as WT outlasted #23 Arkan- sas-Fort Smith, 94-86 in the finale of the CCA Division II Tipoff Classic at the Santiago Canyon College Athlet- ics Complex in Orange, California. The Buffs were led by Walton with 24 points followed by Chavlovich (19), Evans (17) and Golightly Jr. (10) with double-digit points while Chavlovich led WT with six rebounds and three assists. WT went 33-of-65 (50.8%) from the floor including 10-of-29 (34.5%) from deep and 18-of-27 (66.7%) from the free throw line to go along with 37 rebounds (13 offensive, 24 defensive), 13 assists, 13 turnovers, five blocks and three steals. UAFS was led by Thomas with 20 points and five rebounds followed by Youngblood with 19 and Parker with 14 points and a team leading six rebounds. The Lions went 29-of- 60 (48.3%) from the floor including 4-of-15 (26.7%) from long range and 24-of-28 (85.7%) from the free throw line to go along with 31 rebounds (eight offensive, 23 defensive), 13 assists, nine turnovers, one block and eight steals.
  11. 11. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION GAME INFO vs. #15 Fort Lewis Friday, November 11th - 5 p.m. CT First United Bank Center - Canyon, TX LSC/RMAC Challenge Game #4 CANYON, TX - West Texas A&M shot 58.3% from the field in the second half including 62.5% from long range as they opened their 2016-17 home schedule in style on Friday night with a big 90-82 South Central Region win over #15 Fort Lewis during the LSC/ RMAC Challenge at the First United Bank Center in Canyon, Texas. The Buffs were led offensively by Chavlovich with 21 points as the junior went 5-of-12 from the floor including 4-of-6 from deep while Evans (18), Quaid (15), Walton (10) and White (10) scored double-digits for WT. WT went 27-of-65 (41.5%) from the floor including 10-of-25 (40%) from long range and 26-of-31 (83.9%) from the charity stripe to go along with 46 rebounds (15 offensive, 31 defensive), 13 assists, 15 turnovers, six blocks and seven steals. Fort Lewis was led by Blaylock and Bach with 21 points each to tie a game high while Farris finished the game with 15 points. The Skyhawks went 25-of-59 (42.4%) from the field including 10-of-18 (55.6%) from deep and 22-of-30 (73.3%) from the free throw line to go along with 35 rebounds (eight offensive, 27 defen- sive), 17 assists, 13 turnovers, three blocks and six steals in the loss. Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. FLC 45 37 82 0-1 WT 36 54 90 4-0 GAME INFO vs. New Mexico Highlands Saturday, November 12th - 5 p.m. CT First United Bank Center - Canyon, TX LSC/RMAC Challenge Game #5 Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. NMHU 37 40 77 0-2 WT 48 44 92 5-0 CANYON, TX - West Texas A&M continued their best start to a sea- son since 2012-13 as they remained unbeaten with a 92-77 victory over the visiting Cowboys of New Mexi- co Highlands in front of 782 fans at the FUBC in Canyon during the LSC/ RMAC Challenge. The Buffs were led offensively by Chavlovich with 22 points to run his career point total to 1,190 to move into seventh place all-time to pass former West Texas State standout Sim- mie Hill (1967-69 | 1,189 pts). WT went 28-of-57 (50.9%) from the floor includ- ing 9-of-27 (33.3%) from deep and 25- of-36 (69.4%) from the free throw line to go along with 39 rebounds (nine offensive, 30 defensive), 17 assists, 14 turnovers, two blocks and five steals. Highlands was led by Woods with 19 points followed by Lawton with 15 and Johnson with 11 while Lawton grabbed 10 rebounds for a dou- ble-double. NMHU went 23-of-58 (39.7%) from the floor including 1-of-8 (12.5%) from deep and 30-of-41 (73.2%) from the charity stripe to go along with 38 rebounds (12 offensive, 26 defensive), eight assists, 12 turn- overs, two blocks and five steals in the loss. GAME INFO at Lubbock Christian Thursday, November 17th - 7 p.m. CT Rip Griffin Center - Lubbock, TX Game #6 Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. WT 24 62 86 5-1 LCU 45 50 95 2-2 LUBBOCK, TX - WT trailed by as many as 27 points in the second half be- fore putting together an incredible comeback but a hot shooting effort by Lubbock Christian gave the Chaps the victory, 95-86 to hand WT their first loss of the season in front of over 400 fans at the Rip Griffin Center in Lubbock, Texas. The Buffs were led by David Chav- lovich with a game high 26 point fol- lowed by Joseph Prince (16), Jordan Evans (15) and Skyler O’Laughlin (10). WT went 27-of-72 (37.5%) from the floor including 11-of-39 (28.2%) from deep and 21-of-31 (67.7% from the free throw line to go along with 37 rebounds (18 offensive, 19 defensive), 13 assists, 16 turnovers and 11 steals. Lubbock Christian was led offen- sively by Brennan Fowler and Tyler Rogers with 17 points each followed by Ja’Qualyn Gilbreath (14), Ridrell Holman (12), Jay Workman (11) and Marcus Arrington (10) in double-digits while Fowler grabbed a game high 13 rebounds for a double-double. LCU went 32-of-52 (61.5%) from the field including 6-of-12 (50%) from deep and 25-of-30 (83.3%) from the charity stripe to go along with 38 re- bounds (four offensive, 34 defensive), 17 assists, 25 turnovers, one block and five steals.
  12. 12. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION GAME INFO vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State Tuesday, November 22nd - 6 p.m. CT First United Bank Center - Canyon, TX Game #7 CANYON, TX - WT scored 105 points for the third time under head coach Tom Brown and tied the highest point total since 2009 on Tuesday night as 12 different Buffs scored in a 105-66 win over Oklahoma Panhandle State in front of over 600 fans at the FUBC in Canyon. The Buffs went 40-of-68 (58.8%) from the floor including 11-of-24 (45.8%) from deep and 14-of-20 (70%) from the free throw line to go along with 38 rebounds (13 offensive, 25 defen- sive), 24 assists, 21 turnovers, three blocks and 20 steals. D. Evans led all players with 22 points as the freshman went 8-of-12 from the floor followed by Prince and J. Evans with 12 points each while Chavlovich led the Buffs with six rebounds. OPSU went 22-of-48 (45.8%) from the field including 6-of-16 (37.5%) from long range and 16-of-24 (66.7%) from the free throw line to go along with 22 rebounds (five offensive, 17 defensive), 10 assists, 30 turnovers, three blocks and 12 steals. Brooks led the Aggies with 18 points followed by Kerr with 17 while Brooks grabbed 10 rebounds for the double-double. Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. OPSU 37 29 66 2-2 WT 60 55 105 6-1 GAME INFO vs. Wayne State College Friday, November 25th - 2:30 p.m. CT First United Bank Center - Canyon, TX Pak-A-Sak WT Thanksgiving Classic Game #8 Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. WSC 35 39 74 1-3 WT 46 46 92 7-1 GAME INFO vs. Southern Nazarene Saturday, November 26th - 2:30 p.m. CT First United Bank Center - Canyon, TX Pak-A-Sak WT Thanksgiving Classic Game #9 Team 1st 2nd/OT Total Rec. SNU 32 41/8 81 2-4 WT 36 37/9 82 8-1 CANYON, TX - WT junior guard David Chavlovich moved past NBA Cham- pion Maurice Cheeks and former teammate Tez Dumars into fourth place on WT’s all-time scoring list on Friday afternoon as the Buffs rolled past Wayne State College, 92-74 in front of over 400 fans at the First Unit- ed Bank Center in Canyon. The Buffs went 31-of-56 (55.4%) from the floor including 9-of-24 (37.5%) from deep and 21-of-30 (70%) from the charity stripe to go along with 31 rebounds (seven offensive, 24 defen- sive), 16 assists, nine turnovers, two blocks and eight steals. Chavlovich went 7-of-14 from the floor including 5-of-5 from the free throw line to lead all players with 21 points followed by Prince with 19 and Golightly Jr. with 13 for the Buffs while J. Evans grabbed six rebounds. Wayne State College went 23-of-44 (52.3%) from the floor including 6-of- 17 (35.3%) from lone range and 22- of-26 (84.6%) from the free throw line to go along with 24 rebounds (one offensive, 23 defensive), 11 assists, 17 turnovers, three blocks and four steals. Thomas went 6-of-9 from the floor including 6-of-7 from the charity stripe to lead the Wildcats with 20 points followed by Jacks with 14 to go along with five rebounds. CANYON, TX - WT remained perfect at home on Saturday afternoon but it wasn’t easy as a free throw with 0.3 seconds remaining by Southern Naza- rene sent the two teams into over- time but the Buffs held on for a wild, 82-81 win over the visiting Crimson Storm to wrap-up the 2016 Pak-A-Sak WT Thanksgiving Classic. Chavlovich led all players with 27 points followed by Golightly Jr. with 13 points while J. Evans and White contributed 11 points each while White grabbed eight rebounds. WT went 22-of-65 (33.8%) from the floor including 7-of-29 (24.1%) from deep and 31-of-45 (68.9%) from the free throw line to go along with 39 re- bounds (17 offensive, 22 defensive), 14 assists, nine turnovers, nine blocks and nine steals in the win. Southern Nazarene was led by Star- key with 16 points and 12 rebounds for a double-double followed by White and Dunn with 14 points each while White grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds for a double-double of his own. SNU went 31-of-64 (48.4%) from the field including 5-of-14 (35.7%) from deep and 14-of-29 (48.3%) from the free throw line to go along with 53 rebounds (18 offensive, 35 defensive), 11 assists, 21 turnovers, two blocks and six steals.
  13. 13. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION GAME INFO vs. Western New Mexico Thursday, December 1st - 7:30 p.m. CT First United Bank Center - Canyon, TX Game #10 CANYON, TX - The #24 Buffaloes of West Texas A&M saw 11 different players register a point as they start- ed off Lone Star Conference action on a high note on Thursday night with a 91-55 win over the visiting Mustangs of Western New Mexico in front of 748 fans at the First Untied Bank Center in Canyon. Texas. The Buffs went 34-of-73 (46.6%) from the floor including 9-of-29 (31%) from deep and 14-of-22 (63.6%) from the charity stripe to go along with 53 rebounds (20 offensive, 33 defenisve), 12 assists, nine turnovers, five blocks and nine steals. J. Evans went 6-of-11 from the floor and 4-of-8 from long range to lead the Buffs with 16 points followed by Quaid (15), White (13) and Prince (11). WNMU went 21-of-56 (37.5%) from the field including 5-of-17 (29.4%) from long range and 8-of-18 (44.4%) from the free throw line to go along with 35 rebounds (11 offensive, 24 de- fensive), 10 assists, 17 turnovers, two blocks and four steals. Giron went 4-of-12 from the floor and 1-of-4 from deep to lead the Mustangs with 10 points while Range went 5-of-7 for 10 points as well. Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. WNMU 29 26 55 1-5 WT 40 51 91 9-1 GAME INFO vs. Eastern New Mexico Saturday, December 3rd - 4 p.m. CT First United Bank Center - Canyon, TX Game #11 Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. ENMU 36 50 86 4-5 WT 45 47 92 10-1 CANYON, TX - West Texas A&M has six different players score double-figures as the #24 Buffs shot 50% from the floor to outlast the rival Greyhounds of Eastern New Mexico, 92-86 in front of 876 fans at the First United Bank Center in Canyon, Texas. The Buffs went 30-of-60 (50%) from the floor including 8-of-28 (28.6%) from deep and 24-of-35 (68.6%) from the free throw line to go along with 43 rebounds (15 offensive, 28 defensive), 14 assists, 19 turnovers, four blocks and seven steals. Chavlovich went 9-of-16 from the floor to lead the Buffs with 22 points with five other Buffs scoring double-digits. ENMU went 27-of-55 (49.1%) from the field including 5-of-15 (33.3%) from deep and 27-of-39 (69.2%) from the charity stripe to go along with 24 re- bounds (five offensive, 19 defensive), seven assists, 12 turnovers, no blocks and nine steals. Neal went 7-of-13 from the floor to score 20 points fol- lowed by Harris with 16 and Shelton with 14. GAME INFO vs. UT Permian Basin Tuesday, December 6th - 7:30 p.m. CT First United Bank Center - Canyon, TX Game #12 Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. UTPB 39 41 80 9-2 WT 48 41 89 11-1 CANYON, TX - West Texas A&M junior guard David Chavlovich dropped 28 points and the #22 Buffs held the nation’s second highest scoring team 19 points below their season average as WT topped the visiting Falcons of UT Permian Basin, 89-80 in front of over 550 fans at the First United Bank Center in Canyon, Texas. The Buffs went 29-of-64 (45.3%) from the floor including 9-of-31 (29%) from deep and 22-of-26 (84.6%) from the free throw line with 36 rebounds (eight offensive, 28 defensive), 15 assists, 17 turnovers, eight blocks and eight steals. Chavlovich went 10-of-20 from the floor including 3-of-9 from deep and 5-of-5 from the free throw line to lead all players with 28 points followed by Evans (19), White (15) and Golightly Jr. (12). UT Permian Basin was led by Lacy who went 6-of-14 from the floor in- cluding 4-of-10 from deep to score 18 points followed by Morris with 15 and Francis with 10 while Allen grabbed 11 rebounds. The Falcons went 28- of-64 (43.8%) from the field including 12-of-27 (44.4%) from behind the arc and 12-of-18 (66.7%) from the free throw line to go along with 42 re- bounds (13 offensive, 29 defensive), 17 assists, 24 turnovers, no blocks and five steals.
  14. 14. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION GAME INFO at New Mexico Highlands Saturday, December 10th - 8 p.m. CT John A. Wilson Center - Las Vegas, N.M. Game #13 LAS VEGAS, N.M. - The #22 Buffaloes of West Texas A&M ran their win streak to seven games during their first road contest in over three weeks on Saturday night as the rolled past the Cowboys of New Mexico High- lands, 82-55 at the John A. Wilson Center in Las Vegas, New Mexico. WT head coach Tom Brown picked up his 50th career victory. The Buffs went 26-of-54 (48.1%) from the floor including 8-of-23 (34.8%) from deep and 22-of-24 (91.7%) from the free throw line to go along with 32 rebounds (nine offensive, 23 de- fensive), four assists, 11 turnovers, one block and five steals. D. Evans went 7-of-9 from the floor and 2-of-2 from deep to lead the Buffs with 20 points followed by Chavlovich (16), J. Evans (11) and O’Laughlin (10). The Cowboys went 19-of-54 (35.2%) from the field including 6-of-20 (30%) from deep and 11-of-20 (55%) from the charity stripe to go along with 26 rebounds (12 offensive, 14 defen- sive), seven assists, 13 turnovers, one block and four steals. Bior led High- lands with 13 points as he went 5-of-8 from the floor and 3-of-4 from the free throw line to go along with five rebounds. Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. WT 35 47 82 12-1 NMHU 25 30 55 2-7 GAME INFO vs. #12 Western Washington Sunday, December 18th - 3:15 p.m. CT South Point Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas, NV 2016 South Point Holiday Hoops Classic Game #14 Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. WT 41 49 90 13-1 WWU 36 47 83 8-1 LAS VEGAS, NV - The then #19 Buffs ran their win streak to eight games on December 18th as they used five players in double-figures to outlast the previously unbeaten #12 Vikings of Western Washington, 90-83 at the South Point Casino & Resort in Las Ve- gas, Nevada during the South Point Holiday Hoops Classic. The Buffs went 27-of-63 (42.9%) from the floor including 11-of-27 (40.7%) from deep and 25-of-35 (71.4%) from the free throw line to go along with 41 rebounds (seven offensive, 34 de- fensive), 11 assists, six turnovers, four blocks and five steals. Chavlovich went 4-of-12 from the floor including 8-of-10 from the charity stripe to lead the Buffs with 19 points. Western Washington went 28-of-67 (41.8%) from the field in the game including 8-of-27 (29.6%) from long range and 19-of-30 (63.3%) from the free throw line to go along with 48 rebounds (12 offensive, 36 defen- sive), 12 assists, nine turnovers, two blocks and three steals. Stafford went 6-of-16 from the floor and 3-of-7 from deep to lead all players with 21 points followed by Parker with 19 and Dick- son with 10 while Hommes grabbed a game-high 10 rebounds. GAME INFO vs. Rollins Monday, December 19th - 1 p.m. CT Doolittle Center - Las Vegas, NV 2016 South Point Holiday Hoops Classic Game #15 Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. RU 34 34 68 7-5 WT 53 36 89 14-1 LAS VEGAS, NV - The then #19 Buffaloes of West Texas A&M hit 17 treys and had five different players in double-figures on Monday afternoon as they ran their win streak to nine games with an 89-68 win over Rollins inside of the Doolittle Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Buffs went 31-of-58 (53.4%) from the floor including an impressive 17- of-34 (50%) from deep and 10-of-14 (71.4%) from the free throw line to connect on the most made treys in a Lone Star Conference game this sea- son while grabbing 36 rebounds (13 offensive, 23 defensive), 26 assists, 23 turnovers, three blocks and 11 steals. Chavlovich went 7-of-14 from the floor and 6-of-11 from deep to lead the Buffs with 20 points. Rollins was led by Philpott who went 6-of-9 from the floor and 5-of-9 from the free throw line with 17 points followed by McKim with 12 and Merton with 10 to go along with five rebounds. The Tars went 22-of-46 (47.8%) from the floor including 3-of- 14 (21.4%) from deep and 21-of-27 (77.8%) from the free throw line to go along with 19 rebounds (two offensive, 17 defensive), 13 assists, 18 turnovers, two blocks and 10 steals.
  15. 15. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION GAME INFO vs. Oklahoma City Saturday, December 31st - 1 p.m. CT First United Bank Center - Canyon, TX Game #16 CANYON, TX - WT junior guard David Chavlovich scored a career high 36 points and moved into third place on WT’s all-time scoring list as the #14 Buffaloes started fast and never looked back in a 95-63 win over the NAIA’s #5 Stars of Oklahoma City on New Year’s Eve at the First United Bank Center in Canyon. Chavlovich finished the game with a career high 36 points to match the highest point total by a LSC player this season, it also ties for 10th all-time for the most points scored by a Buff in a single-game with Cedrick Wilbon (1/8/96) and Simmie Hill (1968, 1969). WT went 29-of-65 (44.6%) from the floor including 12-of-30 (40%) from deep and 25-of-29 (86.2%) from the free throw line to go along with 47 rebounds (15 offensive, 32 defensive), 14 assists, 14 turnovers, four blocks and seven steals. The Stars went 21-of-54 (38.9%) from the field including 4-of-16 (25%) from deep and 17-of-30 (56.7%) from the free throw line to go along with 33 rebounds (nine offensive, 24 defen- sive), 11 assists, 18 turnovers, three blocks and four steals. Smith and Bonhomme led the way for OCU with 12 points each while Smith grabbed seven rebounds on the afternoon. Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. OCU 23 38 63 11-1 WT 44 51 96 15-1 GAME INFO at Midwestern State Thursday, January 5th - 7:30 p.m. CT D.L. Ligon Coliseum - Wichita Falls, TX Game #17 Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. WT 31 47 48 15-2 MSU 34 50 84 9-4 WICHITA FALLS, TX - The #11 Buffaloes of West Texas A&M tied the fourth best start to a season in program history but snapped a 10-game win streak on Thursday night as they fell to the rival Mustangs of Midwestern State, 84-78 in front of over 1,000 fans at D.L. Ligon Coliseum in Lone Star Conference action during a Highway 287 Challenge Cup matchup in Wich- ita Falls, Texas. The Buffs went 25-of-62 (40.3%) from the floor including 6-of-24 (33.3%) from deep and 22-of-28 (76.6%) from the free throw line to go along with 37 rebounds (13 offensive, 24 de- fensive), 15 assists, 17 turnovers, one block and seven steals. Chavlovich went 6-of-17 from the field including 8-of-10 from the free throw line and 3-of-8 from deep to go along with eight rebounds. Midwestern State was led by Pullum with 21 points as he went 6-of-10 from the field including 9-of-10 from the free throw line while Ibaka scored 13 points and grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds for a double-double. MSU went 26-of-55 (47.3%) from the field including 4-of-11 (36.4%) from deep and 28-of-41 (68.3%) from the charity stripe with 39 rebounds (11 offensive, 28 defensive), 13 assists, 17 turnovers, one block and six steals. GAME INFO at Cameron Saturday, January 7th - 4 p.m. CT Aggie Gym - Lawton, OK Game #18 Team Reg. 4OT Total Rec. WT 56 44 100 16-2 CU 56 42 98 10-6 LAWTON, TX - The #11 Buffaloes of West Texas A&M scored just 18 points in the first half but battled back to claim a wild Lone Star Conference victory on Saturday afternoon in Lawton, Oklahoma as WT topped the Cameron Aggies, 100-98 in four overtimes to tie the longest game in WTAMU history. The Buffs went 32-of-91 (35.2%) from the field in the game including 8-of- 39 (20.5%) from deep and 28-of-39 (71.8%) from the charity stripe with 56 rebounds (12 offensive, 44 defensive), 16 assist, 13 turnovers, six blocks an seven steals. Chavlovich went 8-of-30 from the floor to lead the Buff with 28 points followed by Golightly Jr. (17), Quaid (15), Evans (14), Walton (12) and White (11) in double-figures while Quaid grabbed 15 rebounds for a double-double. Cameron was led offensively by Momoh who went 7-of-14 from the field including 2-of-4 from deep to score a team-high 19 points followed by Long (18), Pierre (18), Williams (16) and Lambert (10). The Aggies went 37-of-93 (39.8%) from the field includ- ing 8-of-21 (38.1%) from deep and 16-of-22 (72.7%) from the line to go along with 68 rebounds (15 offensive, 53 defensive), 15 assists, 17 turnovers, four blocks and six steals.
  16. 16. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION GAME INFO vs. #17 Angelo State Thursday, January 12th - 7:30 p.m. CT First United Bank Center - Canyon, TX Game #19 CANYON, TX - The #15 Buffaloes of West Texas A&M had five players in double figures and shot 54.1% from the floor as they remained unbeaten inside of the First United Bank Center on Thursday night with a 104-96 Lone Star Conference win over the #17 Rams of Angelo State in front of over 1,100 fans in Canyon. The Buffs were led offensively by Chavlovich with 23 points on the night followed by J. Evans (21), Quaid (17), White (15) and Gove (11) while Quaid led the team with eight rebounds on the night. WT went 33- of-61 (54.1%) from the field including 9-of-29 (31%) from deep and 29-of-34 (85.3%) from the free throw line with 32 rebounds (seven offensive, 25 de- fenisve), 18 assists, 10 turnovers, two blocks and five steals. Angelo State went 32-of-65 (49.2%) from the floor including 8-of-18 (44.4%) from behind the arc and 24-of-28 (85.7%) from the free throw line with 34 rebounds (10 offensive, 24 defensive), 15 assists, 13 turnovers, two blocks and two steals. King went 6-of-13 from the field and 4-of-9 from deep to lead the Rams with 20 points followed by Tshikaya (19), Pratt (18) and Dillard (17). Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. ASU 36 50 96 10-3 WT 50 54 104 17-2 GAME INFO vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville Saturday, January 14th - 4 p.m. CT First United Bank Center - Canyon, TX Game #20 Team 1st 2nd Total Rec. TAMUK 30 35 65 8-7 WT 43 37 80 18-2 CANYON, TX - The #15 Buffaloes of West Texas A&M had four players in double-figures including 21 by junior guard Jerrod Walton as WT moved to 11-0 inside of the First United Bank Center in a 80-65 win over the Jave- linas of Texas A&M-Kingsville in Lone Star Conference action on Saturday in Canyon. The Buffs went 24-of53 (45.3%) from the floor including 6-of-25 (24%) from deep and 26-of-34 (76.5%) from the free throw line to go along with 40 rebounds (eight offensive, 32 de- fensive), 13 assists, 12 turnovers, five blocks and seven steals. Walton led the way for the Buffs with 18 points as the junior went 4-of-8 from the field and 9-of-11 from the stripe followed by Golightly Jr. (13), Evans (13) and Prince (10) in double figures while Evans grabbed eight rebounds. TAMUK went 22-of-59 (37.3%) from the field in the game including 7-of-15 (46.7%) from long range and 14-of- 24 (58.3%) from the line to go along with 39 rebounds (13 offensive, 26 defensive), 15 assists, 15 turnovers, two blocks and seven steals. Sumpter led the Javelinas with 19 points as he went 5-of-10 from the floor and 3-of-4 from deep to go along with 12 re- bounds for a double-double followed by Taylor with 12 points.
  17. 17. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION BY-CLASSIFICATION Senior...................................4 Junior...................................5 Sophomore.........................3 Freshman.............................2 BY-STATE Texas....................................5 Illinois....................................2 Wisconsin.............................2 Arizona................................1 California.............................1 Colorado.............................1 Minnesota...........................1 Oklahoma...........................1 2016-17 Buffalo Basketball Numerical Roster 2016-17 Buffalo Basketball Alphabetical Roster Roster Breakdown No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown (Previous/High School) 0 Drew Evans G 6-3 Fr. Chicago, Illinois (Thornwood HS) 1 David Chavlovich G 5-11 Jr. Arlington, Texas (Bowie HS) 2 Eric Golightly Jr. G 6-1 Sr. Chickasha, Oklahoma (Murray State College) 3 Jordan Evans G 6-5 Jr. Houston, Texas (Northern Oklahoma-Enid) 5 Jordan Collins G 6-0 Fr. Houston, Texas (Cypress Ridge HS) 10 Eric Mosley G 6-5 So. Gilbert, Arizona (Gilbert HS) 11 Tommy Gove G 5-11 Jr. Waconia, Minnesota (Waconia HS) 14 Joseph Prince G 5-10 Sr. Palmdale, California (Volunteer State JC) 15 Ryan Quaid G 6-6 So. Fort Collins, Colorado (Fossil Ridge HS) 20 Rylan Gerber G 6-3 Jr. Dumas, Texas (Dumas HS) 21 Jerrod Walton G 6-5 Jr. Mequon, Wisconsin (Madison Area Tech. Coll.) 24 Skyler O’Laughlin C 6-11 Sr. Elkhorn, Wisconsin (Winona State) 35 Carl White G 6-6 So. Chicago, Illinois (Foreman HS) 40 Garrett Brockman G 6-2 Sr. Amarillo, Texas (Amarillo HS) No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown (Previous/High School) 40 Garrett Brockman G 6-2 Sr. Amarillo, Texas (Amarillo HS) 1 David Chavlovich G 5-11 Jr. Arlington, Texas (Bowie HS) 5 Jordan Collins G 6-0 Fr. Houston, Texas (Cypress Ridge HS) 0 Drew Evans G 6-3 Fr. Chicago, Illinois (Thornwood HS) 3 Jordan Evans G 6-5 Jr. Houston, Texas (Northern Oklahoma-Enid) 20 Rylan Gerber G 6-3 Jr. Dumas, Texas (Dumas HS) 2 Eric Golightly Jr. G 6-1 Sr. Chickasha, Oklahoma (Murray State College) 11 Tommy Gove G 5-11 Jr. Waconia, Minnesota (Waconia HS) 10 Eric Mosley G 6-5 So. Gilbert, Arizona (Gilbert HS) 24 Skyler O’Laughlin C 6-11 Sr. Elkhorn, Wisconsin (Winona State) 14 Joseph Prince G 5-10 Sr. Palmdale, California (Volunteer State JC) 15 Ryan Quaid G 6-6 So. Fort Collins, Colorado (Fossil Ridge HS) 21 Jerrod Walton G 6-5 Jr. Mequon, Wisconsin (Madison Area Tech. Coll.) 35 Carl White G 6-6 So. Chicago, Illinois (Foreman HS) 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION
  18. 18. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES #0 Drew Evans 6-3 | Guard | Freshman Chicago, Illinois #1 David Chavlovich 5-11 | Guard | Junior Arlington, Texas #2 Eric Golightly Jr. 6-1 | Guard | Senior Chickasha, Oklahoma #3 Jordan Evans 6-5 | Guard | Junior Houston, Texas #5 Jordan Colins 6-0 | Guard | Freshman Houston, Texas #10 Eric Mosley 6-5 | Guard | Junior Gilbert, Arizona #11 Tommy Gove 5-11 | Guard | Junior Waconia, Minnesota #14 Joseph Prince 5-10 | Guard | Senior Palmdale, California #15 Ryan Quaid 6-6 | Guard | Sophomore Fort Collins, Colorado #20 Rylan Gerber 6-3 | Guard | Junior Dumas, Texas #21 Jerrod Walton 6-5 | Guard | Junior Mequon, Wisconsin #24 Skyler O’Laughlin 6-11 | Center | Senior Elkhorn, Wisconsin #35 Carl White 6-6 | Guard | Sophomore Chicago, Illinois #40 Garrett Brockman 6-2 | Guard | Senior Amarillo, Texas 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION
  19. 19. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Freshman | Guard | 6-3 Chicago, Illinois (Thornwood HS) DREW EVANS 0 Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 18-0 197 10.9 36-67 .537 5-18 .278 26-35 .743 8-21-29 1.6 15 0 8 20 2 7 103 5.7 TOTAL 18-0 197 10.9 36-67 .537 5-18 .278 26-35 .743 8-21-29 1.6 15 0 8 20 2 7 103 5.7 Evans’ Career Statistics 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 22 (2x), last, at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) Points 22 Oklahoma Panhandle St.(11-22-16) Field Goals 8 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Free Throws 6 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 2 at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) Off. Rebounds 1 (9x), last, vs. Rollins (12-19-16) Def. Rebounds 3 at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) Assists 2 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Blocks 1 (2x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Steals 2 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 22 (2x), last, at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) Points 22 Oklahoma Panhandle St.(11-22-16) Field Goals 8 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Free Throws 6 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 2 at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) Off. Rebounds 1 (9x), last, vs. Rollins (12-19-16) Def. Rebounds 3 at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) Assists 2 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Blocks 1 (2x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Steals 2 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16)
  20. 20. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 19-18 617 32.5 120-305 .393 55-166 .331 99-127 .780 22-63-85 4.5 43 0 86 44 3 28 394 20.7 2015-16 31-31 1018 32.8 205-495 .414 112-287 .390 112-147 .762 28-83-111 3.6 69 0 95 80 4 27 634 20.5 2014-15 28-25 918 32.8 151-372 .406 93-238 .391 68-86 .791 19-77-96 3.4 54 2 93 59 3 30 463 16.5 TOTAL 78-74 2553 32.7 476-1172 .406 260-691 .376 279-360 .775 69-223-292 3.7 166 2 274 183 10 85 1491 19.1 Junior | Guard | 5-11 Arlington, Texas (Bowie HS) DAVID CHAVLOVICH 1 Chavlovich’s Career Statistics 2016-17 (Junior): - Basketball Times Division II Preseason All-American - Sporting News Division II Preseason All-American - Division II Bulletin Super 16 Selection - Lone Star Conference Preseason Player of the Year 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 52 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 36 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Field Goals 10 UT Permian Basin (12-6-16) Free Throws 12 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 6 (2x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Off. Rebounds 4 at Midwestern State (1-5-17) Def. Rebounds 6 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Assists 11 vs. Rollins (12-19-16) Blocks 1 (3x), last, at Cameron (1-7-16) Steals 5 vs. Azusa Pacific (11-4-16) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 52 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 36 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Field Goals 11 Harding (11-28-14) Free Throws 12 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 8 (2x), last, at Oklahoma Panhandle St. (12-1-15) Off. Rebounds 4 at Midwestern State (1-5-17) Def. Rebounds 7 at UPR-Bayamon (12-17-15) Assists 11 vs. Rollins (12-19-16) Blocks 1 (10x), last, at Cameron (1-7-16) Steals 5 vs. Azusa Pacific (11-4-16) CAREER SCORING TOP-10 Points Scored NAME YEARS GMS PTS. AVG. 1. M. Lattibeaudiere 93-97 112 1,566 14.0 2. D. Chavlovich 14-Pr. 78 1,491 19.1 3. R. Ramey 73‑76 99 1,440 14.5 4. P. Brookfield 40‑42 100 1,406 14.1 5. T. Dumars 11-15 112 1,230 11.0 6. M. Cheeks 75‑78 106 1,227 11.8 7. M. Mitchell 67‑69 65 1,197 18.4 8. S. Hill 67‑69 47 1,189 25.3 9. D. Lolar 05-07 59 1,175 19.9 10. J. Thompson 93-97 112 1,152 10.3
  21. 21. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 19-3 386 20.3 48-93 .516 13-36 .361 48-58 .828 12-38-50 2.6 33 0 18 16 4 9 157 8.3 2015-16 31-16 663 21.4 65-142 .458 21-58 .362 76-96 .792 23-76-99 3.2 62 2 50 39 5 40 227 7.3 TOTAL 50-19 1049 21.0 113-235 .481 34-94 .362 124-154 .805 35-114-149 3.0 95 2 68 55 9 49 384 7.7 Senior | Guard | 6-1 Chickasha, Oklahoma (Murray State College) ERIC GOLIGHTLY JR. 2 Golightly Jr.’s Career Statistics 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 46 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 17 at Cameron (1-7-16) Field Goals 6 at Cameron (1-7-16) Free Throws 8 (2x), last, Southern Nazarene (11-26-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 3 vs. Western Washington (12-18-16) Off. Rebounds 4 Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Def. Rebounds 6 (2x), last, vs. Rollins (12-19-16) Assists 4 Angelo State (1-12-17) Blocks 2 UT Permian Basin (12-6-16) Steals 2 (2x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 46 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 19 Wayland Baptist (12-12-15) Field Goals 6 (2x), last, at Cameron (1-7-16) Free Throws 9 Wayland Baptist (12-12-15) 3-Pt Field Goals 3 vs. Western Washington (12-18-16) Off. Rebounds 4 Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Def. Rebounds 7 at Oklahoma Panhandle St. (12-1-15) Assists 6 Nova Southeastern (11-27-15) Blocks 2 (2x), last, UT Permian Basin (12-6-16) Steals 4 (3x), last, at Eastern New Mexico (2-27-16)
  22. 22. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 20-20 490 24.5 84-189 .444 50-135 .370 55-67 .821 21-66-87 4.4 51 1 17 19 3 12 273 13.7 2015-16 31-15 599 19.3 142-318 .447 89-219 .406 60-70 .857 38-100-138 4.5 94 4 20 37 10 20 433 14.0 2014-15 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TOTAL 51-35 1089 21.4 226-507 .446 139-354 .393 115-137 .839 59-166-225 4.4 145 5 37 56 13 32 706 13.8 Junior | Guard | 6-5 Houston, Texas (Northern Oklahoma-Enid) JORDAN EVANS 3 Evans’ Career Statistics 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 37 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 21 Angelo State (1-12-17) Field Goals 7 (2x), last, Angelo State (1-12-17) Free Throws 7 UT Permian Basin (12-6-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 5 vs. St. Cloud State (11-5-16) Off. Rebounds 2 (6x), last, at Cameron (1-7-16) Def. Rebounds 6 (2x), last, A&M-Kingsville (1-14-17) Assists 2 (4x), last, vs. Western Washington (12-18-16) Blocks 2 UT Permian Basin (12-6-16) Steals 2 (4x), last, A&M-Kingsville (1-14-17) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 37 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 30 Tarleton State (1-23-16) Field Goals 7 (7x), last, Angelo State (1-12-17) Free Throws 10 Tarleton State (1-23-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 6 (3x), last, Tarleton State (1-23-16) Off. Rebounds 4 (2x), last, Southwestern Christian (1-26-16) Def. Rebounds 8 at Oklahoma Panhandle St. (12-1-15) Assists 2 (7x), last, vs. Western Washington (12-18-16) Blocks 2 (3x), last, UT Permian Basin (12-6-16) Steals 4 at UPR-Bayamon (12-17-15)
  23. 23. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Freshman | Guard | 6-0 Houston, Texas (Cypress Ridge HS) JORDAN COLLINS 5 Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 14-0 69 4.9 8-19 .421 2-10 .200 0-2 .000 2-10-12 0.9 5 0 10 7 0 2 18 1.3 TOTAL 14-0 69 4.9 8-19 .421 2-10 .200 0-2 .000 2-10-12 0.9 5 0 10 7 0 2 18 1.3 Collins’s Career Statistics 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 20 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Points 11 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Field Goals 5 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Free Throws - - 3-Pt Field Goals 1 (2x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Off. Rebounds 1 (2x), last, Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Def. Rebounds 5 Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Assists 4 Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Blocks - - Steals 1 (2x), last, Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 20 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Points 11 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Field Goals 5 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Free Throws - - 3-Pt Field Goals 1 (2x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Off. Rebounds 1 (2x), last, Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Def. Rebounds 5 Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Assists 4 Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Blocks - - Steals 1 (2x), last, Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16)
  24. 24. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 12-0 45 3.8 2-11 .182 1-5 .200 4-8 .500 5-6-11 0.9 11 0 0 3 1 7 9 0.8 2015-16 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2014-15 26-0 122 4.7 9-23 .391 3-13 .231 5-12 .417 7-15-22 0.8 26 0 2 5 3 5 26 1.0 TOTAL 38-0 167 4.4 11-34 .324 4-18 .222 9-20 .450 12-21-33 0.9 37 0 2 8 4 12 35 0.9 Sophomore | Guard | 6-5 Gilbert, Arizona (Gilbert HS) ERIC MOSLEY 10 Mosley’s Career Statistics 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 11 at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) Points 3 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Field Goals 1 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Free Throws 3 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 1 A&M-Kingsville (1-14-17) Off. Rebounds 2 (2x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Def. Rebounds 4 at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) Assists - - Blocks 1 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Steals 3 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 23 Hillsdale Baptist (1-3-15) Points 12 Hillsdale Baptist (1-3-15) Field Goals 4 Hillsdale Baptist (1-3-15) Free Throws 3 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 2 Hillsdale Baptist (1-3-15) Off. Rebounds 2 (3x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Def. Rebounds 4 at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) Assists 2 Eastern New Mexico (2-28-15) Blocks 1 (4x), last, Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Steals 3 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16)
  25. 25. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Junior | Guard | 5-11 Waconia, Wisconsin (Waconia HS) TOMMY GOVE 11 Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 17-6 332 19.5 17-40 .425 10-27 .370 13-14 .929 3-28-31 1.8 22 0 18 9 0 18 57 3.4 2015-16 31-18 778 25.1 32-101 .317 23-73 .315 22-30 .733 12-70-82 2.6 60 0 77 55 1 28 109 3.5 2014-15 29-0 514 17.7 20-82 .244 16-60 .267 11-18 .611 10-32-42 1.4 44 0 34 24 0 18 67 2.3 TOTAL 77-24 1624 21.1 69-223 .309 49-160 .306 46-62 .742 25-130-155 2.0 126 0 129 88 1 64 233 3.0 Gove’s Career Statistics 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 33 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 12 Eastern New Mexico (12-3-16) Field Goals 4 Eastern New Mexico (12-3-16) Free Throws 5 Angelo State (1-12-17) 3-Pt Field Goals 4 Eastern New Mexico (12-3-16) Off. Rebounds 2 vs. Western Washington (12-18-16) Def. Rebounds 5 (2x), last, A&M-Kingsville (1-14-17) Assists 3 vs. Western Washington (12-18-16) Blocks - - Steals 2 (4x), last, Angelo State (1-12-17) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 33 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 12 Eastern New Mexico (12-3-16) Field Goals 4 Southwestern Christian (1-26-16) Free Throws 5 Angelo State (1-12-17) 3-Pt Field Goals 4 Eastern New Mexico (12-3-16) Off. Rebounds 2 (2x), last, at Midwestern State (2-10-16) Def. Rebounds 6 vs. UPR-Rio Piedras (12-15-15) Assists 6 Wayland Baptist (12-12-15) Blocks 1 Wayland Baptist (12-12-15) Steals 4 (2x), last, Eastern New Mexico (1-30-16)
  26. 26. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Senior | Guard | 5-10 Palmdale, California (Volunteer State JC) JOSEPH PRINCE 14 Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 17-10 332 19.5 53-113 .469 24-62 .387 14-19 .737 12-22-34 2.0 21 0 31 16 0 9 144 8.5 2015-16 28-0 445 15.9 65-186 .349 22-85 .259 26-38 .684 9-45-54 1.9 43 0 40 22 3 13 178 6.4 TOTAL 45-10 777 17.3 118-299 .395 46-147 .313 40-57 .702 21-67-88 2.0 64 0 71 38 3 22 322 7.2 Prince’s Career Statistics 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 29 at Lubbock Christian (11-17-16) Points 21 New Mexico Highlands (11-12-16) Field Goals 8 (2x), last, Wayne State College (11-25-16) Free Throws 4 at Lubbock Christian (11-17-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 4 vs. Rollins (12-19-16) Off. Rebounds 3 Southern Nazarene (11-26-16) Def. Rebounds 3 vs. Azusa Pacific (11-4-16) Assists 5 vs. Rollins (12-19-16) Blocks - - Steals 1 (7x), last, Western New Mexico (12-1-16) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 29 at Lubbock Christian (11-17-16) Points 21 New Mexico Highlands (11-12-16) Field Goals 8 (2x), last, Wayne State College (11-25-16) Free Throws 5 Science & Arts (11-24-15) 3-Pt Field Goals 4 vs. Rollins (12-19-16) Off. Rebounds 3 Southern Nazarene (11-26-16) Def. Rebounds 5 (3x), last, at A&M-Kingsville (2-6-16) Assists 5 (4x), last, vs. Rollins (12-19-16) Blocks 1 (3x), last, Eastern New Mexico (1-30-16) Steals 5 vs. New Mexico Highlands (11-14-15)
  27. 27. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 20-2 366 18.3 54-101 .535 2-8 .250 52-74 .703 35-76-111 5.6 65 5 14 31 11 7 162 8.1 2015-16 31-16 607 19.6 90-174 .517 5-21 .238 75-113 .664 57-76-133 4.3 88 5 33 41 21 4 260 8.4 TOTAL 51-18 973 19.1 144-275 .524 7-29 .241 127-187 .679 92-152-244 4.8 153 10 47 72 32 11 422 8.3 Sophomore| Guard | 6-6 Fort Collins, Colorado (Fossil Ridge HS) RYAN QUAID 15 Quaid’s Career Statistics 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 34 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 17 Angelo State (1-12-17) Field Goals 6 Angelo State (1-12-17) Free Throws 7 (2x), last, at Cameron (1-7-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 1 (2x), last, Angelo State (1-12-17) Off. Rebounds 5 (2x), last, Eastern New Mexico (12-3-16) Def. Rebounds 12 at Cameron (1-7-16) Assists 3 at Cameron (1-7-16) Blocks 2 (2x), last, UT Permian Basin (12-6-16) Steals 2 Western New Mexico (12-1-16) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 34 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 17 Angelo State (1-12-17) Field Goals 6 Angelo State (1-12-17) Free Throws 7 (4x), last, at Cameron (1-7-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 2 (2x), last, A&M-Commerce (2-17-16) Off. Rebounds 5 (3x), last, Eastern New Mexico (12-3-16) Def. Rebounds 12 at Cameron (1-7-16) Assists 4 Southwestern Christian (1-26-16) Blocks 3 Wayland Baptist (12-12-15) Steals 2 Western New Mexico (12-1-16)
  28. 28. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 12-0 66 5.5 2-7 .286 1-3 .333 2-4 .500 2-3-5 0.4 4 0 2 1 0 1 7 0.6 2015-16 31-21 413 13.3 22-64 .344 17-53 .321 7-8 .875 20-42-62 2.0 42 0 26 21 4 12 68 2.2 2014-15 28-0 206 7.4 14-40 .350 14-38 .368 3-4 .750 5-13-18 0.6 29 0 7 5 0 7 45 1.6 TOTAL 71-21 685 9.6 38-111 .342 32-94 .340 12-16 .750 27-58-85 1.2 75 0 35 27 4 20 120 1.7 Junior | Guard | 6-3 Dumas, Texas (Dumas HS) RYLAN GERBER 20 Gerber’s Career Statistics 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 16 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Points 3 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Field Goals 1 (2x), last, Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Free Throws 1 (2x), last, at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 1 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Off. Rebounds 1 (2x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Def. Rebounds 1 (3x), last, at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) Assists 1 (2x), last, Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Blocks - - Steals 1 vs. Rollins (12-19-16) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 31 Emporia State (11-28-15) Points 15 Emporia State (11-28-15) Field Goals 5 Emporia State (11-28-15) Free Throws 2 (4x), last, Angelo State (2-3-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 4 Nova Southeastern (11-27-15) Off. Rebounds 3 Mid-America Christian (12-8-15) Def. Rebounds 7 Wayland Baptist (12-12-15) Assists 4 Emporia State (11-28-15) Blocks 1 (3x), last, A&M-Commerce (2-17-16) Steals 3 (2x), last, Mid-America Christian (12-8-15)
  29. 29. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Junior | Guard | 6-5 Mequon, Wisconsin (Madison Area Technical) JERROD WALTON 21 Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 15-6 328 21.9 43-106 .406 5-22 .227 44-71 .620 12-57-69 4.6 35 0 37 26 5 10 135 9.0 2015-16 27-7 654 24.2 80-181 .442 8-27 .296 93-143 .650 45-101-146 5.4 61 1 69 55 29 23 261 9.7 TOTAL 42-13 982 23.4 123-287 .429 13-49 .265 137-214 .640 57-158-215 5.1 96 1 106 81 34 33 396 9.4 Walton’s Career Statistics 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 36 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 24 vs. Arkansas-Fort Smith (11-6-16) Field Goals 9 vs. Arkansas-Fort Smith (11-6-16) Free Throws 9 A&M-Kingsville (1-14-17) 3-Pt Field Goals 2 (2x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Off. Rebounds 3 Fort Lewis (11-11-16) Def. Rebounds 8 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Assists 7 at Midwestern State (1-5-17) Blocks 1 (5x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Steals 2 (2x), last, at Lubbock Christian (11-17-16) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 36 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 27 Angelo State (2-3-16) Field Goals 9 vs. Arkansas-Fort Smith (11-6-16) Free Throws 14 Angelo State (2-3-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 2 (3x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Off. Rebounds 5 Angelo State (2-3-16) Def. Rebounds 8 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Assists 7 (3x), last, at Midwestern State (1-5-17) Blocks 5 Wayland Baptist (12-12-15) Steals 3 (2x), last, at A&M-Kingsville (2-6-16)
  30. 30. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 20-18 268 13.4 49-76 .645 0-0 .000 32-53 .604 34-46-80 4.0 71 3 3 28 19 6 130 6.5 TOTAL 20-18 268 13.4 49-76 .645 0-0 .000 32-53 .604 34-46-80 4.0 71 3 3 28 19 6 130 6.5 Senior | Center | 6-11 Elkhorn, Wisconsin (Winona State) SKLYER O’LAUGHLIN 24 O’Laughlin’s Career Statistics 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 22 New Mexico Highlands (11-12-16) Points 14 New Mexico Highlands (11-12-16) Field Goals 5 New Mexico Highlands (11-12-16) Free Throws 6 at Lubbock Christian (11-17-16) 3-Pt Field Goals - - Off. Rebounds 5 Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Def. Rebounds 6 New Mexico Highlands (11-12-16) Assists 1 (2x), last, Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Blocks 2 (6x), last, at Cameron (1-7-16) Steals 3 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 22 New Mexico Highlands (11-12-16) Points 14 New Mexico Highlands (11-12-16) Field Goals 5 New Mexico Highlands (11-12-16) Free Throws 6 at Lubbock Christian (11-17-16) 3-Pt Field Goals - - Off. Rebounds 5 Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Def. Rebounds 6 New Mexico Highlands (11-12-16) Assists 1 (2x), last, Western New Mexico (12-1-16) Blocks 2 (6x), last, at Cameron (1-7-16) Steals 3 Oklahoma City (12-31-16)
  31. 31. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 18-11 481 26.7 60-122 .492 19-58 .328 42-57 .737 21-67-88 4.9 49 2 45 32 26 32 181 10.1 2015-16 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2014-15 28-27 642 22.9 80-165 .485 25-64 .391 43-73 .589 33-116-149 5.3 113 11 42 41 37 32 228 8.1 TOTAL 46-38 1123 24.4 140-287 .488 44-122 .361 85-130 .654 54-183-237 5.2 162 13 87 73 63 64 409 8.9 Sophomore | Guard | 6-6 Chicago, Illinois (Foreman HS) CARL WHITE 35 White’s Career Statistics 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 47 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 17 vs. St. Cloud State (11-5-16) Field Goals 6 (2x), last, Angelo State (1-12-17) Free Throws 6 (2x), last, UT Permian Basin (12-6-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 3 vs. St. Cloud State (11-5-16) Off. Rebounds 4 (2x), last, Southern Nazarene (11-26-16) Def. Rebounds 7 Fort Lewis (11-11-16) Assists 10 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Blocks 5 Southern Nazarene (11-26-16) Steals 4 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 47 at Cameron (1-7-16) Points 17 vs. St. Cloud State (11-5-16) Field Goals 6 (3x), last, Angelo State (1-12-17) Free Throws 6 (2x), last, UT Permian Basin (12-6-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 3 (3x), last, vs. St. Cloud State (11-5-16) Off. Rebounds 5 CSU-Pueblo (11-14-14) Def. Rebounds 9 (2x), last, vs. A&M-Commerce (3-5-15) Assists 10 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Blocks 5 Southern Nazarene (11-26-16) Steals 4 (2x), last, Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16)
  32. 32. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES Senior | Guard | 6-2 Amarillo, Texas (Amarillo HS) GARRETT BROCKMAN 40 Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA PCT 3pt FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D-T AVG PF FO AST T/O BLK STL PTS AVG 2016-17 20-6 148 7.4 10-24 .417 4-15 .267 6-7 .857 7-19-26 1.3 24 0 9 10 0 5 30 1.5 2015-16 31-0 256 8.3 17-36 .472 5-13 .385 14-22 .636 11-31-42 1.4 47 0 24 27 1 9 53 1.7 2014-15 29-0 291 10.0 21-40 .525 8-17 .471 18-34 .529 25-25-50 1.7 44 0 5 16 1 14 68 2.3 TOTAL 80-6 695 8.7 48-100 .480 17-45 .378 38-63 .603 43-75-118 1.5 115 0 38 53 2 28 151 1.9 Brockman’s Career Statistics 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 16 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Points 5 (3x), last, at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) Field Goals 2 (2x), last, Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) Free Throws 4 Oklahoma City (12-31-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 1 (4x), last, at N.M. Highlands (12-10-16) Off. Rebounds 2 (2x), last, at Cameron (1-7-16) Def. Rebounds 3 (2x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) Assists 3 vs. Rollins (12-19-16) Blocks - - Steals 2 Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16) CAREER HIGHS Minutes 25 Hillsdale Baptist (1-3-15) Points 10 at A&M-Commerce (1-20-16) Field Goals 4 (2x), last, at A&M-Commerce (1-20-16) Free Throws 4 (3x), last, Oklahoma City (12-31-16) 3-Pt Field Goals 2 (2x), last, at A&M-Commerce (1-20-16) Off. Rebounds 3 (2x), last, St. Gregory’s (12-13-14) Def. Rebounds 7 Hillsdale Baptist (1-3-15) Assists 3 (2x), last, vs. Rollins (12-19-16) Blocks 1 (2x), last, vs. Cameron (3-3-16) Steals 2 (4x), last, Oklahoma Panhandle St. (11-22-16)
  33. 33. WWW.GOBUFFSGO.COM | @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION 2016-17 WT Basketball West Texas A&M Season Box Score (as of Jan 14, 2017) All games RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 18-2 11-0 2-2 5-0 CONFERENCE 6-1 5-0 1-1 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 12-1 6-0 1-1 5-0 Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds ## Player gp-gs min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft% off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 01 CHAVLOVICH, David 19-18 617 32.5 120-305 .393 55-166 .331 99-127 .780 22 63 85 4.5 43 0 86 44 3 28 394 20.7 03 EVANS, Jordan 20-20 490 24.5 84-189 .444 50-135 .370 55-67 .821 21 66 87 4.4 51 1 17 19 3 12 273 13.7 35 WHITE, Carl 18-11 481 26.7 60-122 .492 19-58 .328 42-57 .737 21 67 88 4.9 49 2 45 32 26 32 181 10.1 21 WALTON, Jerrod 15-6 328 21.9 43-106 .406 5-22 .227 44-71 .620 12 57 69 4.6 35 0 37 26 5 10 135 9.0 14 PRINCE, Joseph 17-10 332 19.5 53-113 .469 24-62 .387 14-19 .737 12 22 34 2.0 21 0 31 16 0 9 144 8.5 02 GOLIGHTLY JR., Eric 19-3 386 20.3 48-93 .516 13-36 .361 48-58 .828 12 38 50 2.6 33 0 18 16 4 9 157 8.3 15 QUAID, Ryan 20-2 366 18.3 54-101 .535 2-8 .250 52-74 .703 35 76 111 5.6 65 5 14 31 11 7 162 8.1 24 O'LAUGHLIN, Skyler 20-18 268 13.4 49-76 .645 0-0 .000 32-53 .604 34 46 80 4.0 71 3 3 28 19 6 130 6.5 00 EVANS, Drew 18-0 197 10.9 36-67 .537 5-18 .278 26-35 .743 8 21 29 1.6 15 0 8 20 2 7 103 5.7 11 GOVE, Tommy 17-6 332 19.5 17-40 .425 10-27 .370 13-14 .929 3 28 31 1.8 22 0 18 9 0 18 57 3.4 40 BROCKMAN, Garrett 20-6 148 7.4 10-24 .417 4-15 .267 6-7 .857 7 19 26 1.3 24 0 9 10 0 5 30 1.5 05 COLLINS, Jordan 14-0 69 4.9 8-19 .421 2-10 .200 0-2 .000 2 10 12 0.9 5 0 10 7 0 2 18 1.3 10 MOSLEY, Eric 12-0 45 3.8 2-11 .182 1-5 .200 4-8 .500 5 6 11 0.9 11 0 0 3 1 7 9 0.8 20 GERBER, Rylan 12-0 66 5.5 2-7 .286 1-3 .333 2-4 .500 2 3 5 0.4 4 0 2 1 0 1 7 0.6 Team 41 32 73 3 5 Total.......... 20 4125 586-1273 .460 191-565 .338 437-596 .733 237 554 791 39.5 452 11 298 267 74 153 1800 90.0 Opponents...... 20 4124 513-1171 .438 124-348 .356 386-554 .697 193 536 729 36.5 486 - 246 336 41 115 1536 76.8 Score by Periods 1st 2nd OT OT2 OT3 OT4 Totals West Texas A&M 815 932 16 12 11 14 1800 Opponents 685 801 15 12 11 12 1536 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION
  34. 34. 2016-17 BUFFALO BASKETBALL GAME NOTES 2016-17 WT Basketball West Texas A&M Season Schedule/Results & Leaders (as of Jan 14, 2017) All games RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 18-2 11-0 2-2 5-0 CONFERENCE 6-1 5-0 1-1 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 12-1 6-0 1-1 5-0 Date Opponent Score Att. High Points High Rebounds 11/04/16 vs Azusa Pacific W 86-72 110 (20)EVANS, Jordan (10)QUAID, Ryan 11/05/16 vs St. Cloud State W 83-70 110 (20)EVANS, Jordan (6)WHITE, Carl (6)WALTON, Jerrod (6)CHAVLOVICH, David 11/06/16 vs Arkansas-Fort Smith W 94-86 110 (24)WALTON, Jerrod (6)CHAVLOVICH, David 11/11/16 FORT LEWIS W 90-82 682 (21)CHAVLOVICH, David (8)WHITE, Carl 11/12/16 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS W 92-77 782 (22)CHAVLOVICH, David (9)O'LAUGHLIN, Skyler 11/17/16 at LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN 86-95 L 429 (26)CHAVLOVICH, David (7)WHITE, Carl 11/22/16 OKLAHOMA PANHANDLE S W 105-66 636 (22)EVANS, Drew (6)CHAVLOVICH, David 11/25/16 WAYNE STATE COLLEGE W 92-74 406 (21)CHAVLOVICH, David (6)EVANS, Jordan 11/26/16 SOUTHERN NAZARENE Wot 82-81 380 (27)CHAVLOVICH, David (8)WHITE, Carl 12/01/16 *WESTERN NEW MEXICO W 91-55 748 (16)EVANS, Jordan (8)O'LAUGHLIN, Skyler 12/03/16 *EASTERN NEW MEXICO W 92-86 876 (22)CHAVLOVICH, David (8)O'LAUGHLIN, Skyler 12/06/16 *UT PERMIAN BASIN W 89-80 558 (28)CHAVLOVICH, David (6)GOLIGHTLY JR., Eric (6)QUAID, Ryan 12/10/16 at New Mexico Highlands W 82-55 500 (20)EVANS, Drew (4)MOSLEY, Eric (4)EVANS, Drew (4)CHAVLOVICH, David 12/18/16 vs Western Washington W 90-83 229 (19)CHAVLOVICH, David (8)WALTON, Jerrod 12/19/16 vs Rollins College W 89-68 97 (20)CHAVLOVICH, David (7)QUAID, Ryan (7)GOLIGHTLY JR., Eric 12/31/16 OKLAHOMA CITY W 95-63 721 (36)CHAVLOVICH, David (10)QUAID, Ryan 01/05/17 *at Midwestern State 78-84 L 1049 (23)CHAVLOVICH, David (8)CHAVLOVICH, David 1/7/17 *at Cameron Wo4 100-98 417 (28)CHAVLOVICH, David (14)QUAID, Ryan 01/12/17 *ANGELO STATE W 104-96 1144 (23)CHAVLOVICH, David (8)QUAID, Ryan 01/14/17 *TEXAS A&M-KINGSVILLE W 80-65 543 (18)WALTON, Jerrod (8)EVANS, Jordan * - Conference game Attendance Summary Games Attend Avg/Game Home 11 7476 680 Away 4 2395 599 Neutral 5 656 131 Total 20 10527 526 2016-17 WT BASKETBALL GAME NOTES @WTATHLETICS | #BUFFNATION

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