Men’s History

Tournament History and Statistics

Participants & Placings:
20122011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001
Mens Tournament Records – Individual | Mens Tournament Records – Team

2013 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2013 FINAL STANDINGS 2013 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
  1. Maryland
  2. Providence
  3. Northern Iowa
  4. Vanderbilt
  5. LaSalle
  6. Loyola Marymount
  7. Morgan St.
  8. Marist
MVP: Dez Wells, Maryland
Evan Smotrycz - Maryland
Ian Chiles – Morgan St.
Tyler Harris – Providence
Nate Buss – Northern Iowa
Anthony Ireland – Loyola Marymount
[View 2013 Scores]
2012 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2012 FINAL STANDINGS 2012 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
  1. New Mexico
  2. UConn
  3. George Mason
  4. UIC
  5. Quinnipiac
  6. Iona
  7. Wake Forest
  8. Mercer
MVP: Kendall Williams, New Mexico
Sherrod Wright – George Mason
Lamont Jones –  Iona
Shabazz Napier – UConn
Ryan Boatright – UConn
Tony Snell – New Mexico
[View 2012 Scores]
2011 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2011 FINAL STANDINGS 2011 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
  1. Marquette
  2. Norfolk St.
  3. Ole Miss
  4. Virginia
  5. TCU
  6. Drake
  7. Drexel
  8. Winthrop
MVP:Darius Johnson-Odom, Marquette
J.R. Cadot, TCU
Mike Scott, Virginia
Terrance Henry, Ole Miss
Kyle OQuinn, Norfolk State
Jae Crowder, Marquette
[View 2011 Scores]
2010 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2010 FINAL STANDINGS 2010 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
  1. Old Dominion
  2. Xavier
  3. Clemson
  4. Long Beach State
  5. Seton Hall
  6. Iowa
  7. Saint Peters
  8. Alabama
MVP: Ben Finney, Old Dominion
Kwadzo Ahelegbe – Northern Iowa
Jeff Robinson – Seton Hall
Larry Anderson – Long Beach State
Demontez Stitt – Clemson
Frank Hassell -Old Dominion
Tu Holloway -Xavier
[View 2010 Scores]

2009 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2009 FINAL STANDINGS 2009 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
  1. Purdue
  2. Tennessee
  3. DePaul
  4. Northern Iowa
  5. Saint Joseph
  6. Boston College
  7. East Carolina
  8. South Dakota State
MVP: E’Twaun Moore, Purdue
Kwadzo Ahelegbe – Northern Iowa
Will Walker – DePaul
Robbie Hummel – Purdue
Wayne Chism – Tennessee
Tyler Smith – Tennessee
[View 2009 Scores]

2008 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2008 FINAL STANDINGS 2008 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
1. Connecticut
2. Wisconsin
3. Miami
4. Southern Mississippi
5. San Diego
6. Iona
7. La Salle
8. Valparaiso
MVP: Hasheem Thabeet – Connecticut
Jerome Dyson – Connecticut
Trevon Hughes – Wisconsin
Jack McClinton – Miami
Kemba Walker – Connecticut
Jeremy Wise – Southern Mississippi
[View 2008 Scores]

2007 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2007 FINAL STANDINGS 2007 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
1. Baylor
2. Winthrop
3. Georgia Tech
4. Monmouth
5. Notre Dame
6. Charlotte
7. Wichita St.
8. Illinois – Chicago
MVP: Curtis Jerrells – Baylor
Aaron Bruce – Baylor
Luke Harangody – Notre Dame
Taj McCullough – Winthrop
Jeremis Smith – Georgia Tech
Jhamar Youngblood – Monmouth
[View 2007 Scores]

2006 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2006 FINAL STANDINGS 2006 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
1. Alabama
2. Xavier
3. Villanova
4. Toledo
5. Iowa
6. Virginia Commonwealth
7. College of Charleston
8. Middle Tennessee State
MVP: Alonzo Gee – Alabama
Justin Ingram-Toledo
Tyler Smith-Iowa
Curtis Sumpter-Villanova
Stanley Burrell-Xavier
Ronald Steele-Alabama
[View 2006 Scores]

2005 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2005 FINAL STANDINGS 2005 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
1. Wisconsin
2. Old Dominion
3. Georgia
4. Eastern Kentucky
5. Fordham
6. Norfolk State
MVP: Alando Tucker, Wisconsin
Bryant Dunston, Fordham
Alonzo Hird, Eastern Kentucky
Mike Mercer, Georgia
Alex Loughton, Old Dominion
Kammron Taylor, Wisconsin
[View 2005 Scores]

2004 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2004 FINAL STANDINGS 2004 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
1. Arkansas
2. Eastern Michigan
3. Winthrop
4. Austin Peay
5. Saint Louis
6. Troy
MVP: Ronnie Brewer, Arkansas
Eric Ferguson, Arkansas
John Bowler, Eastern Michigan
Craig Bradshaw, Winthrop
Zac Schlader, Austin Peay
Izik Ohanon, Saint Louis
[View 2004 Scores]

2003 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2003 FINAL STANDINGS 2003 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
1. Boston College
2. Wichita State
3. Monmouth
4. Hampton
5. Appalachian State
6. La Salle
MVP: Craig Smith, Boston College
Uka Agbai, Boston College
Devin Green, Hampton
Blake Hamilton, Monmouth
Jamar Howard, Wichita State
Rob Kampman, Wichita State
[View 2003 Scores]

2002 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2002 FINAL STANDINGS 2002 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
1. Brigham Young
2. St. Bonaventure (NY)
3. Virginia Tech
4. Toledo
5. Kansas State
6. Michigan
MVP: Marques Green, St. Bonaventure
Mark Bigelow, BYU
Travis Hansen, BYU
Nick Moore, Toledo
Pervis Pasco, Kansas St.
Terry Taylor, Virginia Tech
[View 2002 Scores]

2001 MENS PARTICIPANTS & PLACINGS:
2001 FINAL STANDINGS 2001 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
1. Miami (Florida)
2. Clemson
3. LaSalle
4. Univ. Alabama-Birmingham
5. Eastern Michigan
6. Morris Brown
MVP: John Salmons, Miami
Ricky Cottrill, Eastern Michigan
Eric Bush, UAB
Rasual Butler, LaSalle
Chris Hobbs, Clemson
Darius Rice, Miami
[View 2001 Scores]

MENS TOURNAMENT RECORDS-INDIVIDUAL
TOURNAMENT MVPs:
2013 Dez Wells Maryland
2012 Kendall Williams New Mexico
2011 Darius Johnson-Odom Marquette
2010 Ben Finney Old Dominion
2009 E’Twaun Moore Purdue
2008 Hasheem Thabeet Connecticut
2007 Curtis Jerrells Baylor
2006 Alonzo Gee Alabama
2005 Alando Tucker Wisconsin
2004 Ronnie Brewer Arkansas
2003 Craig Smith Boston College
2002 Marques Green St. Boneventure
2001 John Salmons Miami
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS
Most Points (One Game) 40, Lamont Jones, Iona v. Quinnipiac, 11/16/12
(Three Games) 83, Lamont Jones, Iona, 11/12
Most Rebounds (One Game) 20, Rasual Butler, LaSalle v. Morris Brown, 11/18/01
(Three Games) 42, Rasual Butler, LaSalle, 11/01
Most Assists (One Game) 10, Brock Young, E. Carolina v. S. Dakota St., 11/23/09
(Three Games) 19, Brock Young, East Carolina, 11/09
Most Steals (One Game) 6, Brock Young, E. Carolina v. S. Dakota St., 11/23/09
(tie) 6, Dundrecous Nelson, Ole Miss v. Drake, 11/18/11
(Three Games) 9, Michael Ross, E. Michigan, 11/04
Most Blocks (One Game) 7, Ian Chiles, Morgan St. v. Marist, 11/25/13
(Three Games) 15, Hasheem Thabeet, Connecticut, 11/08
(Tie) 15, Ian Chiles, Morgan State, 11/13
Most Free Throws Made: (One Game) 16, Tu Holloway, Xavier vs. Iowa, 11/19/10
(Three Games) 33 (of 41), Tu Holloway, Xavier, 11/10
Best Free Throw Pct: (One Game, min. 10)
1.000 (12-12), Jamar Howard, Wichita State v. Boston College, 11/24/03
(tie) 1.000 (10-10), Jeff Granger, Hampton v. LaSalle, 11/22/03
(tie) 1.000 (10-10), Clint Sargent, S. Dakota St. v. Purdue, 11/20/09
(Three Games, min. 10) 1.000 (5 tied)
(14-14), Whitney Coleman, Monmouth, 11/07
(13-13), Mike Gansey, St. Bonaventure, 11/0
(12-12), Pendarvis Williams, Norfolk St., 11/11
(10-10), Mike Nardi, Villanova, 11/06
(10-10), Taj McCullough, Winthrop, 11/07
(10-10), Clint Sargent, S. Dakota St. v. Purdue, 11/20/09
(10-10), Bryce Cotton, Providence, 11/13
Most Field Goals Made: (One Game) 14 (of 23), Alando Tucker, Wisconsin v. E. Kentucky, 11/19/05
(tie) 14 (of 17), Kwadzo Ahelegbe, N. Iowa v. Boston College, 11/23/09
(Three Games) 30 (of 63), Lamont Jones, Iona, 11/12
Best Field Goal Pct: (One Game, min. 6 made)
1.000 (6-6), James Jackson, E. Michigan v. Austin Peay, 11/20/04
(Three Games, min. 15) .727 (16-22), Alonzo Hird, E. Kentucky, 11/05
(tie) .727 (16-22), Kyle Young, MTSU, 11/06
Most 3-pt. Field Goals Made: (One Game) (tie), 7 (of 10), Sean Armand, Iona vs. Wake Forest, 11/17/12, 7 (of 13),
(tie), Tony Stockman, Clemson v. Morris Brown, 11/17/01
(Three Games) (tie), 13 of (25), Sean Armand, Iona, 11/12
(tie) 13 (of 28), Keonta Howell, Toledo, 11/06
Best 3-pt. Field Goal Pct: (min. 3 attempts per game)
(One Game) 1.000 (5-5), Mike Gansey, St. Bona. v. Michigan, 11/23/02
(tie) 1.000 (3-3), Brian Butch, Wisconsin v. Norfolk State, 11/18/05
(tie) 1.000 (3-3), Jermel Jenkins, Iona v. Wisconsin, 11/21/08
(tie) 1.000 (3-3), Joe Trapani, Boston College v. N. Iowa, 11/23/09
(tie) 1.000 (3-3), Kwadzo Ahelegbe, N. Iowa v. Boston College, 11/23/09
(tie) 1.000 (5-5), Adam Koch, N. Iowa v. E. Carolina, 11/21/09
(Three Games) .800 (8-10), Gilson DeJesus, Kansas St., 11/02

MENS TOURNAMENT RECORDS-TEAM
CHAMPIONS:
2013 Maryland
2012 New Mexico
2011 Marquette
2010 Old Dominion
2009 Purdue
2008 Connecticut
2007 Baylor
2006 Alabama
2005 Wisconsin
2004 Arkansas
2003 Boston College
2002 BYU
2001 Miami (Florida)
TEAM STATISTICAL TOURNAMENT LEADERS
Most Points Scored (One Game) 105, Tennessee v. E. Carolina, 11/20/09
(Three Games) 267, Iona, 11/12
Best Field Goal Pct. (One Game) .648 (35-54), N. Iowa v. Boston College, 11/23/09
(Three Games) .516 (83-161), Boston College, 11/03
Best 3-Pt. Field Goal Pct. (min. 7 attempts per game)
(One Game) .769 (10-13), Seton Hall vs. Alabama, 11/19/10
(Three Games) .472 (25-53), Arkansas, 11/04
Most Free Throws Made (One Game) 39, UConn v. Quinnipiac, 11/18/12
(Three Games) 67 (of 88) BYU, 11/02
(tie) 67 (of 93) Marquette, 11/11
Most Free Throws Attempted (One Game) 43, Marquette vs. Ole Miss, 11/11
(Three Games) 93, Marquette, 11/11
Best Free Throw Pct. (min. 15 attempts)
(One Game) .1000 (21-21), New Mexico vs. UConn, 11/19/12
(Three Games) .836 (61-73), New Mexico, 11/12
Most Rebounds (One Game) 53, LaSalle v. UAB, 11/20/01
(Three Games) 132, LaSalle, 11/01
Most Assists (One Game) 23, Tennessee v. E. Carolina, 11/20/09
(Three Games) 55, Georgia Tech, 11/07
Most Steals (One Game) 17, Tennessee v. E. Carolina, 11/20/09
(Three Games) 34, Troy, 11/04
Most Blocks (One Game) 10, Arkansas v. E. Michigan, 11/22/04
(tie) 10, Wisconsin v. San Diego, 11/23/08
(Three Games) 24, Arkansas, 11/04
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