January 1, 2013

Santa Clara Opens 2013 WCC slate with USF, No. 10 Gonzaga This Week; Good Tickets Remain For Both Games

Santa Clara Game Notes

CLICK HERE: Good seats remain for the Santa Clara - USF game on Wednesday and the Santa Clara - No. 10 Gonzaga game on Saturday

Photo to the right: Evan Roquemore, Marc Trasolini, Kevin Foster -- Santa Clara's trio of 1,000+ career points scorers - the only active trio in Division 1 college basketball this year.

 Santa Clara looks to erase the memory of last season when it begins 2013 West Coast Conference play in a nationally televised game on ESPNU vs. Bay Area rival USF on Wed., Jan. 2 at 7 pm.  The Broncos host No. 10 Gonzaga on Sat., Jan. 5 at 7 pm in a regionally televised game.

In 2012 SCU set a school record for losses in WCC play and were the 10th team in the league's history to go winless in the regular season.  Along with a WCC tournament loss to Portland last season, SCU has a 17-game winless skid against conference opponents. SCU's last win over a WCC foe was at USF, 95-91, in the quarterfinals of the CollegeInsider.com postseason tournament on Mar. 22, 2011. 

SCU's six-game win streak ended with a loss at No. 1 Duke on Dec. 29, but enter WCC play with an 11-3 record, its best start to a season since 1997-98 when SCU recorded the same record through 14 games. SCU posted its 11th win of the season with a 69-45 victory over Wagner in the title game of the 46th annual Cable Car Classic on Dec. 22, reaching that mark earlier on the calendar than any team in the school's history. The 1977-78 and 1961-62 teams won their 11th game on Dec. 30.

The Broncos are led by a trio of scorers in double figures this year with 1,000 plus career points each.  Kevin Foster (18.9 ppg, 1,956 career points), Marc Trasolini (15.9 ppg, 1,334) and Evan Roquemore (14.0 ppg, 1,057) are the only active trio in the country on the same team with 1,000 career points or more. Foster is No. 2 in active career points scored behind Leigh's CJ McCollum.

The Broncos return home to open WCC play with games against USF (Jan. 2) and Gonzaga (Jan. 5). SCU has played 10 of its 14 games this season at Leavey Center and own an 8-2 record (.800). All-time under head coach Kerry Keating, the Broncos are 53-37 (.589) on their home court.

Watch and Listen

The USF game on Wednesday will be broadcast live nationally on ESPNU with Roxy Bernstein and Steve Cleveland making the call. The game can be heard live on KDOW 1220 AM with the broadcast beginning at 7 p.m. Pacific. Anthony Passarelli is in his sixth season as the Broncos' play-by-play announcer. 

Last Time Out

On the nation's biggest stage, in one of the toughest venues in the country, Santa Clara hung around late in the second half at No. 1 Duke, but saw the Broncos six-game win streak come to an end, 90-77. SCU remains winless against top-ranked teams falling to 0-12 all-time. Kevin Foster led SCU with 29 points, scoring 18 in the first half. His dunk on a backdoor play off a nifty assist from Evan Roquemore gave SCU a 45-41 lead 3:31 into the second half, but Duke essentially put the game away with a 26-5 run over the next 7:59 to take its largest lead, 67-50, with 8:30 to play. Foster's fifth 3-pointer of the game closed the gap to nine, 84-75, with 2:05 left, but a pair of free throws each from Seth Curry and Mason Plumlee and a basket by Quinn Cook upped Duke's advantage to 15. A late reverse layup by Evan Roquemore would close out the scoring. SCU scored the game's first five points and held the lead until the 14:40 mark of the first when a pair of free throws from Cook gave Duke its first lead at 13-12. After falling behind by 11, the Broncos used a 16-4 run over a four minute stretch to take a 30-29 lead with 4:53 remaining. The lead changed hands a few times before the end of the half with a late basket by Marc Trasolini bringing the Broncos within two, 38-36, at the break. 

Bay Area Rivals

USF has won five straight regular season conference games over the Broncos, including the last three played in Santa Clara. SCU's last conference win in the series came on Jan. 23, 2010, a 66-65 win at USF. Its last home win over the Dons was exactly one year earlier, 70-54, on Jan. 23, 2009.

The Bay Area rivals will meet for the 211th time when 2013 WCC play opens. SCU has played only Saint Mary's more times (212). SCU leads the all-time series 109-101 with a 65-50 lead in games at Santa Clara. Since the formation of what is now the WCC in 1952-53, Santa Clara and USF have played 133 times with SCU holding a 67-66 lead in all games. USF has a 61-59 lead in regular season conference action with Santa Clara holding a 4-2 lead in WCC tournament games. SCU won the only postseason tournament matchup, 95-91, at USF on Mar. 22, 2011 in CollegeInsider.com tournament and the teams have split six Cable Car Classic games. Santa Clara and USF are two of three original conference members, along with Saint Mary's, and the two played the first WCC game at the Cow Palace on Jan. 6, 1953 with USF posting a 59-48 win.

Eyes Only On Broncos vs. Dons

Kerry Keating posted his first career WCC road win at USF (1/28/08) and is 6-6 all-time against the Dons ... Evan Roquemore scored a career-high 30 points at USF (3/22/11) ... Denzel Johnson has two of his three career 20 point games against USF. He scored a career-high 26 points (1/26/12) and had 20 with a career-best 5 rebounds (2/9/12) ... Niyi Harrison blocked a career-high 4 shots at USF (1/23/10) ... Kevin Foster has three of his 44 career 20+ point games against USF in just 5 games played. He scored 27 on 3/22/11, his last game played against USF, 26 (1/8/11) and 20 (2/21/09) ... Raymond Cowels III scored 21 points at USF on 2/9/12, one of his four career 20+ point games, he twice recorded a career-high tying 3 assists vs. the Dons (1/26/12 and 1/8/11) and blocked a career-best 2 shots (1/26/12).

Foster and Marc Trasolini both missed the Broncos' two games against USF last season, but the team's top two scorers are expected to start on Jan. 2. Foster, who was disciplined by the team and missed the last 12 games of last season, and Trasolini, who sustained a knee injury in the preseason and was redshirted the 2011-12 campaign. The last time the two were on the court together against a WCC opponent was on Mar. 22, 2011 when SCU won at USF, 95-91, in the quarterfinals of the CollegeInsider.com tournament. Foster scored 27 and Trasolini had six points in the win. SCU has not beaten a WCC team since that game (0-17).

Starting With

Marc Trasolini (85), Raymond Cowels III (63) and Kevin Foster (101), along with Evan Roquemore (69) have started all 14 games for the Broncos this season and have combined for 318 starts in their Santa Clara careers. The remaining nine players on the roster have a total of 107 career starts with Niyi Harrison leading the group with 44. Foster became the sixth Bronco to start 100 career games when SCU defeated Wagner in the championship of the Cable Car Classic on Dec. 22.

1,000 and Counting

There have been 30 players in the history of Santa Clara basketball to score 1,000 career points and three of them are on the current roster. Kevin Foster (1,956) became SCU's all-time scoring leader, surpassing 1980 West Coast Conference Player of the Year and former NBA star Kurt Rambis, in a win at St. Louis on Nov. 14. He's also looking to become the seventh player in WCC history to score 2,000 career points. Marc Trasolini scored his 1,300th career point in a win over Alcorn St. on Dec. 21 and currently ranks 18th on the school's list with 1,334. Evan Roqumore joined the 1,000-point club this season, reaching the plateau in a win at Pacific on Dec. 15. With 1,057 career points, Roquemore sits in the 27th spot on the school's career list. SCU is the only Division I school with three 1,000 point scorers on its roster.

Raymond Cowels III has played in all but one game during his four-year career and has started 44 straight times since the beginning of the 2011-12 season. RC3 is 4th on the team in scoring with an 8.6 ppg average and needs 145 points to become the 4th member of the current roster to score 1,000 career points. He netted 10 at Duke on Dec. 29, his 8th double-digit scoring game of the year and 43rd career. RC3 and Trasolini have each played in 113 games, the most of any current players.

Three

Santa Clara's 90-77 loss at No. 1 Duke on Dec. 29 was its first in regulation time this season. The Broncos two other defeats came in overtime in consecutive games and they are just 2.4 seconds away from being 13-1 this season. During their two losses they allowed a late 3-point basket in each and lost both in overtime. Utah State's Preston Medlin hit a game-tying three with 2.4 seconds left in regulation to send the game into OT and the Aggies handed Santa Clara its first loss of the season, 80-78, on Nov. 28. The Broncos endured a similar fate against UC Santa Barbara on Dec. 1, when Kyle Boswell hit a contested three at the regulation buzzer to tie the game, 71-71. The Gauchos would prevail 83-80.

Bay Area Elites

Leading scorer Kevin Foster broke out of his shooting and scoring slump at Duke on Dec. 29. In three games prior to the matchup with the No. 1 Blue Devils, Foster scored 24 points and shot just 21.1% (8-of-38) from the field. But against Duke Foster hit 12-of-22 from the field, including 5-of-11 3-pointers, for a team-high 29 points. Foster has reached double figures in scoring 12 times in 14 games, has topped the 20-point mark seven times, and scored at least 30 in a game twice to lead the Broncos in scoring at 18.9 ppg. Foster became the 10th player in West Coast Conference history to score 1,900 career points, reaching that mark on a 3-point basket with less than a minute to play in a 75-71 win at Pacific on Dec. 15. He also scored career point No. 1,800 on a three-pointer against Utah State on Nov. 28, and converted his second 4-point play of the season after being fouled on the shot. Not even ranked in the West Coast Conference's top 25 in career points when the season started, Foster overtook Portland's Jose Slaughter (1,940) for 8th with 1,956 points. Foster became SCU's career points leader, overtaking 1980 WCC Player of the Year Kurt Rambis, in a win at St. Louis on Nov. 14. It's unlikely he will catch LMU's Hank Gathers (1987-90) for the WCC's top spot (2,490), but Foster could crack the top five and has a shot at the No. 2 overall spot, currently held by LMU's Terrell Lowery (2,201).

Foster is also on the verge of joining elite company in Bay Area college basketball annals. Foster needs 44 points to become the fourth player in Bay Area Division I history (includes Cal, Stanford, Santa Clara, Saint Mary's, USF and San Jose State) to score 2,000 career points. Todd Lichti (Stanford, 1986-89) leads the way with 2,336 points, followed by Adam Keefe (Stanford, 1989-92) with 2,319 and Bill Cartwright (USF, 1976-79) with 2,116.

1. Todd Lichti Stanford 1986-89 2,336 points

2. Adam Keefe Stanford 1989-92 2,319

3. Bill Cartwright USF 1976-79 2,116

Foster would become the first Bay Area player in 21 seasons to reach 2,000 career points, the most recent being Keefe, who was a senior at Stanford in 1991-92.

Foster had a night to forget in the championship game of the Cable Car Classic on Dec. 22. Foster scored just two points on a pair of free throws. It was his second-lowest career total, and failed to make a field goal for just the second time in his career. Foster was held scoreless at Florida Atlantic on Nov. 18, 2008, in the third game of his now 109-game career. 

Traz: Dec. 24 WCC Player of the Week, Senior CLASS Nominee

Inspired by some very special children he met earlier in the week, Marc Trasolini had a monster performance to help the Broncos win the 46th annual Cable Car Classic.  Trasolini's performance earned him both Cable Car Classic MVP honors and West Coast Conference Player of the Week on Dec. 24.  Trasolini was also named the Lou Henson award national player of the week honors by CollegeInsider.com.

Trasolini averaged 23.7 points and 7.7 rebounds per game in leading the Broncos to a 3-0 week.  Trasolini connected on 68.4% of his field goal attempts – including 4-of-6 from beyond the three-point arc – and hit 75% of his free throw attempts, while blocking three shots per game.  His 24 blocked shots lead the WCC. 

After posting 24 points with seven boards in the Broncos 72-64 victory over Cal Poly Dec. 17, Trasolini teamed up with four of his teammates to visit Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford on Dec. 18.  The Broncos, which included Trasolini, Robert Garrett, John McArthur, Raymond Cowels III and Denzel Johnson, visited with children with cancer at the hospital in the afternoon. They played games, did crafts, signed autographs, passed out t-shirts and chatted with the children.

Trasolini walked away from the hospital feeling humbled. He said he felt blessed for the opportunities he has been given as a college basketball player and felt like he shouldn't take anything for granted.  "There was the cutest little six-year-old girl who couldn't walk because of her cancer.  She was so sweet.  These children with cancer don't have what we have – it goes to show you how lucky we are and that was quite an experience for me," said Trasolini later in the week.  "Cancer is a hard enough thing to go through as an adult.  It is terrible it has to happen to these kids – they did nothing wrong. They don't deserve it."

Trasolini added that after visiting with the kids he felt like he had to make the most of his own opportunities with his team.  "We have to take advantage of what we have been given," said Trasolini. "Going out in the community and helping children – it's important we do things like that."

Trasolini is a regular at community service events and was named as one of the 30 nominees for the Senior CLASS Award.  Kerry Keating had this to say about Trasolini in the community.  "On our annual trip to the Great America park to spend the day with Courageous Kids (kids with cancer) Marc has been front and center each year.  At 6-9 240, he is easily visible, but the kids feel his heart when he spends time with them because he is a good person, not because he is a basketball player and tall. Marc has been a fixture at our annual summer camp and relishes his role as teacher and role model, and has developed a comfort in being easily noticeable but has more so developed strength in being a role model and good citizen."

On the court Dec. 21 and 22 at the 46th Annual Cable Car Classic, Trasolini made the most of his time. Trasolini recorded his second double-double of the season with a game-high 24 points and 11 rebounds in a first-round Cable Car Classic win over Alcorn St. on Dec. 21. It was also the second double-double in three games and eighth career for the senior from Vancouver, B.C. .  He hit three threes in the 69-45 Dec. 22 victory over Wagner, scoring 23 points with five rebounds and five more blocks.

Trasolini will begin his fourth quarter of work on his MBA in Santa Clara's Leavey School of Business. He is returning for his fifth season on the court after sitting out last season after tearing his ACL in Sept., 2011 on the team's foreign tour to Canada.  Trasolini averaged 12.8 ppg, 0.9 bpg and 6.1 rpg in 26.4 mpg during his junior year (2010-11), helping lead the team to the post-season CIT title.  

Trasolini earned CBE Hall of Fame Tournament MVP honors after putting on a shooting display. Trasolini shot 61.5% from the field (24 of 39) and averaged 24 ppg in the three games. Against Utah Valley on Nov. 21, Trasolini made 10 of 12 field goals, including 2 of 3 from 3-point range, and converted 7 of 8 free throws for a season-high 29 points. It was his highest point total since netting a career-best 31 against LMU on Feb. 24, 2011. 

Blocks

Led by Marc Trasolini's team-high 28 blocked shots and 25 from Robert Garrett, the Broncos lead the WCC with an average of 5.2 blocks per game. Trasolini has had three blocks in each of his last three of four games, and has recorded a season-high 3 blocks seven times. He currently ranks 3rd at SCU in career blocks with 150, 10 before he passes Nick Vanos (159, 1981-85) for second place on the school's career list. 

Big Rob

The Broncos lost at No. 1 Duke on Dec. 29 for the first time in seven games since 7-foot sophomore Robert Garrett was inserted into the starting lineup. Playing a career-high 22 minutes against the No. 1 team in the country, Garrett scored two points, making both his free throw attempts, had three rebounds and two blocked shots. In his first start of the season, and second of his career, Garrett pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds against Pacific Union on Dec. 8 while adding nine points on 4-of-5 shooting from the field with 2 blocked shots in 21 minutes. Making consecutive starts for the first time, he scored eight points with four blocks at San Jose State on Dec. 11. In his seven games as a starter this season, Garrett is 10-of-17 from the field with 26 points, 16 blocks and 30 rebounds. He is second on the team with 25 blocked shots and has already eclipsed his 2011-12 season total of 20.

10 Three-Point Buckets Beyond

After becoming the third player in West Coast conference history to make over 300 3-point shots in a career, Kevin Foster has his sights set on the league's all-time record. Foster has 353 career made 3s and is within 10 of the WCC's all-time leader, LMU's Jeff Fryer, who sank 363 threes from 1987-1990. Foster has made at least one 3-point basket in 102 of his 109 career games played and has made five or more 3s in a game 25 times. Foster was 5-of-11 (45.5%) on 3-point attempts at Duke, the third time this season he's made 5 or more, after hitting just 9-of-39 (23.1%) in the previous five games. The WCC's career leader in 3-point attempts with 971, Foster is close to becoming just the 10th player in NCAA Division I history with 1,000 career 3-point attempts.

(Since 1998-99 – sports-reference.com)

Rk Player 3PA From To Last School

1. Keydren Clark 1192 2003 2006 Saint Peter's

2. David Holston 1147 2006 2009 Chicago State

3. Joe Zeglinski 1140 2007 2011 Hartford

4. Gerry McNamara 1131 2003 2006 Syracuse

5. J.J. Redick 1126 2003 2006 Duke

6. Michael Watson 1098 2001 2004 Missouri-Kansas City

7. Chris Lofton 1021 2005 2008 Tennessee

8. Jack Leasure 1009 2005 2008 Coastal Carolina

9. Stephen Curry 1004 2007 2009 Davidson

10. Robert Vaden 993 2005 2009 Alabama-Birmingham

11. LaceDarius Dunn 985 2008 2011 Baylor

12. A.J. Abrams 976 2006 2009 Texas

13. Kevin Foster 971 2009 2013 Santa Clara

14. Demon Brown 960 2001 2004 Charlotte

Leemire Goldwire 960 2005 2008 Charlotte

T.J. Sorrentine 960 2001 2005 Vermont

Rocking It

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced the watch list of candidates for the 2013 Bob Cousy Collegiate Point Guard of the Year Award on Dec. 20 and Evan Roquemore was on the list. The annual honor, named for Hall of Famer and former Boston Celtic Bob Cousy, recognizes the top point guards in college basketball. 

Santa Clara's leader in minutes played and averaging over 32.6 a game, Roquemore is the team's floor leader. In two Cable Car Classic games, E-Rock scored 24 points, pulled down 14 rebounds and handed out 12 assists to earn All-Tournament team recognition. Roquemore produced his first double-double game of the season, and third career, with 16 points and a career-high 10 rebounds in the title game win over Wagner on Dec. 22. He scored 17 points at Duke.

Roquemore has 86 assists for the season and is on pace to break John Woolery's 1993-94 single season record of 190.  He could also become the fourth Bronco with 500 career assists by the end of his junior season.  Roquemore, who currently has 383 career assists, ranks 8th on the school's all-time list. 

Roquemore scored his 1,000th career point with his second made free throw to ice the game at UOP with 2.7 seconds left on Dec. 15, becoming the 30th player in SCU history to reach that level. Roquemore scored 21 points with a career-high tying seven rebounds, eight assists and two steals playing in all but two minutes of the game. It was his third 20-point game of the season and 10th of his career. "He did play a lot of minutes and he responded. Evan is doing a tremendous job of running the offense," said Bronco head coach Kerry Keating.  

Traz

Marc Trasolin's game-high 23 points in the Cable Car Classic championship game win over Wagner on Dec. 22 were his third straight 20+ point game, the fifth of the season and 16th career. Trasolini scored his 1,300th career point against Alcorn St. and currently ranks 18th on SCU's all-time scoring list with 1,334 points, 12 behind Marlon Garnett (1,346) for the 17th spot. Trasolini is second on the team in scoring with an average of 15.9 ppg and is one of three Broncos scoring in double figures. His offensive production has been a key for the Broncos. In the team's 11 wins Trasolini is averaging 18.3 ppg with nine double-digit scoring games, while in the two losses he scored a combined 21 points (7.0 ppg).

Trasolini recorded his seventh career double-double and the first by a Bronco this season with 13 points and 12 rebounds in the team's 75-71 win at Pacific on Dec. 15. It was the first double-double game by a SCU player since Niyi Harrison scored 13 points with 13 rebounds against Eastern Michigan on Dec. 29, 2011, and the first for Trasolini since scored 12 points with 14 rebounds vs. Northern Arizona on Mar. 15, 2011.

Trasolini also leads the team with 28 blocked shots and tops the WCC with 2.0 per game. He had three blocks vs. Wagner, the seventh time he's recorded three in a game this season, and currently ranks third at SCU in career blocks with 150. Nick Vanos (1981-85) sits in second place on the school's career list with 159 behind all-time leader John Bryant (2005-09) who recorded 246 during his career.

Foster Named WCC November Player of the Month

Kevin Foster was named the West Coast Conference Player of the Month for November 2012. Foster averaged 21.7 points per game in leading SCU to a 5-1 month, its best start since 1968. Foster connected on 46.9% of his field goal attempts, 40% from beyond the three-point arc (20-for-50), and 86% from the free throw line. In addition, Foster averaged 4.2 steals -- tops in the nation last month -- and 4.2 assists per contest.  He scored 21+ points four times last month.

Foster passed Kurt Rambis to become Santa Clara's all-time leading scorer with 1,849 points in the Broncos 74-63 win at Saint Louis on Nov. 14 when he scored 30 points.  In addition to being the school's all-time leading scorer, he is also No. 1 in field goal attempts, threes attempted and threes made.  He is No. 2 in career threes made in the West Coast Conference.

Also nominated for WCC Player of the Month: Brandon Davies, BYU; Elias Harris, Gonzaga; Lorne Jackson, Pepperdine; Matthew Dellavedova, Saint Mary's; Johnny Dee, San Diego; Cole Dickerson, San Francisco 

First Time

Santa Clara defeated Simpson 106-66 in its first home game of the year on Nov. 10.  Santa Clara scored 106 points, its first time over the century mark since it scored 101 points in a 101-86 victory over Pepperdine on Jan. 21, 2008.  

Against Simpson, the Broncos had four players in double figures including Kevin Foster (27), Robert Garrett (14), Marc Trasolini (13) and Raymond Cowels III (12).  It was the first time it had four in double figures since it played at BYU on Jan. 14, 2012. The Broncos have had four or more score double figures in two games this season.

It scored 14 threes for the second time under Coach Keating.  The last time it scored 14 threes was against UC Merced on Nov. 11, 2011.  The school record is 15 threes vs. Gonzaga on March 5, 2001.

It also had just two turnovers. But believe it or not, it wasn't its best effort under Coach Keating or in school history.   Turning the ball over just once in the final seconds to shatter the school record for the fewest turnovers in a game, Santa Clara fell 74-72 to Portland on Feb. 29, 2012 in the first round of the WCC Tournament.  The previous school record was three turnovers by SCU in a 77-62 victory vs. No. 19 Alabama on Dec. 28, 1996.

The Broncos collected 27 assists - the most since it collected 25 vs. USF in an 87-55 win on Feb. 25, 2008.  It was the seventh-most assists in school history with the school record being 35 assists vs. LMU on Jan. 31, 1975.

Microwave Cookin

In Santa Clara's 88-75 win over Air Force on March 18, 2011, Foster broke the school record with nine threes, tying a career-high with 36 points.  He also had a career-high 36 in Santa Clara's 85-71 win over Gonzaga on Jan. 20, 2011.  Foster shattered the WCC single season threes made record with 140 in 2010-11 and grabbed the country's top spot in threes made per game as well with 3.68.  His 768 points that season were No. 6 on the WCC's single season points scored list as he finished as the leading scorer in a single season in the Bay Area as well.  He broke the school's single season mark for points scored, minutes played, threes made and threes attempted.  Foster was named first-team All-WCC and was named the WCC Player of the Month for February and March.  He was named the WCC Player of the Year by CollegeInsider.com.

Foster was nicknamed 'Microwave' by his father during his youth after the Detroit Piston's Vinnie Johnson.  Johnson earned  the nickname 'the Microwave' from Celtics guard Danny Ainge for his ability to score many points in a short period of time, heating up the offense. Foster has scored 15+ points in 71 of 109 career games and he has scored 19+ in 51 career games. 

Foster's 19+ games follow:  

Opponent/Date                    Pts. (3s)

1. vs. Arizona/Nov. 25, 2008 21 (5) 

2. vs. Belmont/Dec. 29, 2008 24 (3)

3. at Harvard/Jan. 2, 2009 20 (4)

4. at Saint Mary's/Jan. 9, 2009 31 (5)

5. at Portland/Jan. 17, 2009 20 (3)

6. vs. LMU/Jan. 29, 2009 20 (3)

7. vs. Saint Mary's/Feb. 7, 2009 26 (4)

8. at LMU/Feb. 14, 2009 26 (5)

9. at USF/Feb. 21, 2009 20 (2)

10. vs. Gonzaga/Feb. 26, 2009 20 (3)

11. vs. San Diego/March 7, 2009 21 (4)

12. at CSUB/Nov. 13, 2009 21 (3)

13. vs. Menlo/Nov. 19, 2009 19 (4)

14. at Pacific/Nov. 22, 2009 22 (5)

15. vs. Fresno State/Nov. 28, 2009 25 (5)

16. vs. CSU Bakersfield/Nov. 12, 2010 19 (4)

17. at So. California/Nov. 15, 2010 26 (4)

18. vs. Bethune-Cookman/Nov. 21, 2010 21 (6)

19. vs. N. Colorado/Nov. 23, 2010 19 (4)

20. vs. UC Santa Barbara/Dec. 4, 2010 25 (6)

21. at San Jose State/Dec. 10, 2010 26 (3)

22. vs. Washington St./Dec. 19, 2010 29 (4)

23. at CSU Northridge/Dec. 22, 2010 22 (2)

24. vs. Bethany/Jan. 3, 2011 19 (6)

25. vs. USF/Jan. 8, 2011 26 (8)

26. vs. Gonzaga/Jan. 20, 2011 36 (6)

27. vs. Portland/Jan. 22, 2011 19 (3)

28. vs. LMU/Jan. 29, 2011 28 (3)

29.vs. St. Mary's/Feb. 10, 2011 25 (4)

30. vs. San Diego/Feb. 12, 2011 21 (3)

31. at Gonzaga/Feb. 17, 2011 27 (8)

32. at Portland/Feb. 19, 2011 29 (7)

33. vs. Air Force/March 18, 2011 36 (9)

34. at USF/March 22, 2011 27 (3)

35. at SMU (March 25, 2011 35 (5)

36. vs. New Mexico (Nov. 24, 2011) 26 (5)

37. vs. Oklahoma (Nov. 25, 2011) 19 (3)

38. vs. Cal State Northridge (Dec. 3, 2011) 20 (4)

39. vs. Pacific (Dec. 17, 2011) 26 (6)

40. at Houston Baptist (Dec. 21, 2011) 19 (3)

41. vs. Eastern Michigan (Dec. 29, 2011) 25 (6)

42. vs. Wagner (Dec. 30, 2011) 20 (4)

43. at BYU (Jan. 14, 2012) 22 (4)

44. vs. Saint Mary's (Jan. 21, 2012) 22 (5)

45. vs. Simpson (Nov. 10, 2012) 27 (7)

46. at Saint Louis (Nov. 14, 2012) 30 (2)

47. vs. Utah Valley (Nov. 21, 2012) 21 (1)

48. vs. Utah State (Nov. 28, 2012) 27 (5)

49. vs. UC Santa Barbara (Dec. 1, 2012) 28 (4)

50. at Pacific (Dec. 15, 2012) 31 (4)

51 at Duke (Dec. 29, 2012) 29 (5)