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New Hampshire Wildcats men's basketball

The New Hampshire Wildcats Basketball team is the basketball team that represent the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire. The school's team currently competes in the America East Conference and plays its home games at Lundholm Gym. The team has never qualified for the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament and are currently coached by Bill Herrion.

New Hampshire Wildcats
2019–20 New Hampshire Wildcats men's basketball team
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UniversityUniversity of New Hampshire
Head coachBill Herrion (13th season)
ConferenceAmerica East
LocationDurham, New Hampshire
ArenaLundholm Gym
(Capacity: 3,500)
NicknameWildcats
ColorsBlue, Gray, and White[1]
              
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
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Contents

Team historyEdit

AwardsEdit

America East Coach of the Year[2]

America East Rookie of the Year

  • Al McLain – 1981
  • Pat Manor – 1990
  • Tanner Leissner - 2015

All-Conference First Team

All-Conference Second Team

  • Dan Nolan – 1984
  • Dirk Koopman – 1986
  • James Ben – 1992
  • Eric Montanari – 1994
  • Matt Alosa – 1995, 1996
  • Austin Ganly – 2002
  • Ben Sturgill – 2005
  • Blagov Janev – 2007
  • Tyrece Gibbs – 2009
  • Alvin Abreu – 2010

All-Conference Third Team

All-Conference Defensive Team

CoachesEdit

Years Coach Win Loss Win % Conference
Titles
NCAA Tournament
Appearances
NCAA Title
1907–1908 Alexander Gion 8 3 .727 - - -
1910–1911 Ray Thomas 6 3 .667 - - -
1911–1912 Percy Reynolds 7 4 .583 - - -
1912–1913 Tod Eberle 5 5 .500 - - -
1915–1916 Carl Reed 6 7 .461 - - -
1916–1928 Butch Cowell 119 54 .688 - - -
1928–1938
1939–1943
1945–1946
Henry Swasey 108 128 .458 - - -
1938–1939 George Sauer 3 14 .176 - - -
1946–1950 Ed Stanczyk 22 44 .333 - - -
1950–1951 Andy Mooradian 4 12 .250 - - -
1951–1952 Dale Hall 11 9 .550 - - -
1952–1956 Bob Kerr 22 49 .310 - - -
1956–1966 Bill Olson 60 146 .291 - - -
1966–1969 Bill Haubrich 20 49 .290 - - -
1969–1989 Gerry Friel 189 335 .361 - - -
1989–1992 Jim Boylan 15 69 .189 - - -
1992–1996 Gib Champman 46 64 .418 - - -
1996–1999 Jeff Jackson 21 60 .259 - - -
1999–2005 Phil Rowe 45 125 .265 - - -
2005–Present Bill Herrion 58 90 .392 - - -

Season-by-season resultsEdit

New Hampshire Wildcats Basketball Season Log
All-Time Conference Record: 278–648 (.300)
All-Time Overall Record: 911–1310 (.410)

PostseasonEdit

CIT resultsEdit

New Hampshire has appeared in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) twice. The Wildcats have a record of 1–2.

Year Round Opponent Result
2015 First Round NJIT L 77–84
2016 First Round
Second Round
Fairfield
Coastal Carolina
W 77–62
L 62–71

RecordsEdit

All-time leadersEdit

PointsEdit

Rank Player Career Total
1 Tanner Leissner 2014-2018 1,962
2 Al McClain 1980–1984 1,861
3 Robin Dixon 1979–1983 1,590
4 Wayne Morrison 1972–1976 1,501
5 Blagoj Janev 2003–2007 1,340
6 Tyrece Gibbs 2006–2009 1,329
7 Scott Drapeau 1993–1995 1,290
8 Dan Nolan 1978–1982 1,258
9 Matt Alosa 1994–1996 1,247
10 Billy Pappas 1952–1955 1,228

AssistsEdit

Rank Player Career Total
1 Wayne Morrison 1972–1976 505
2 Al McClain 1980–1984 415
3 Keith Dickson 1975–1979 361
4 Erie Feragne 1971–1974 359
5 Andy Johnston 1983–1987 286
6 Doug Wilson 1992–1996 283
7 Keith Carpenter 1986–1990 277
8 Robin Dixon 1979–1983 272
9 Randy Kinzly 1977–1981 260
10 Jermaine Anderson 2003–2007 259

ReboundsEdit

Rank Player Career Total
1 Iba Camara 2014-Present 1,016
2 Dave Pemberton 1969–1972 897
3 Tanner Leissner 2014-2018 862
4 Dane DiLiegro 2007-2011 854
5 Dan Nolan 1980–1984 826
6 Dirk Koopman 1982–1986 726
7 Jim Rich 1961–1964 721
8 Eric Thielen 1987–1991 717
9 Matt Acres 1994–1998 680
10 Chris Brown 1998–2002 613

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Athletics Branding". University of New Hampshire Brand & Visual Guidelines. Retrieved July 17, 2019.
  2. ^ "2010–11 Men's Basketball Media Guide". University of New Hampshire. Archived from the original on 2010-11-20. Retrieved 2010-12-06. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)

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