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UW-Whitewater Men’s Basketball History (last updated 3/19/2012)


Years Played: 103

Overall Record: 1177-860 (.578 winning percentage)

Winning Seasons: 58 (56%)

Even Seasons: 5 (5%)

Losing Seasons: 40 (39%)


Conference Championships: 14

1943 (shared with Milwaukee, Platteville and Stout)

1952

1962

1973 (shared with Eau Claire)

1974 (shared with Eau Claire)

1984 (shared with Stevens Point)

1989 (shared with Eau Claire)

1994

2001 (shared with Stevens Point)

2002 (shared with Stevens Point and Oshkosh)

2006

2008

2009

2012


* 1913-1997 - UW-Whitewater was a part of the Wisconsin State University Conference

** July 1, 1997 - The conference was renamed the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference


NCAA III Post-Season Appearances: 15

1983 (3-2; fourth place)

1984 (5-0; first place; National Champion)

1985 (1-1)

1986 (1-1)

1988 (1-1)

1989 (5-0; first place; National Champion)

1992 (1-1)

1993 (1-1)

1994 (0-1)

1995 (1-1)

1996 (2-1)

1997 (0-1)

2006 (1-1)

2008 (0-1)

2009 (1-1)

2012 (6-0; first place; National Champion)

Overall post-season record: 29-14 (.674 winning percentage)


MEN’S ALL-TIME COACHES RECORDS (as of March 19, 2012)

YEAR COACH RECORD


1902-03 1-1

1907-08 2-1

1908-09 2-6

1909-10 5-4

1910-11 4-2

1911-12 1-11

1913-14 W.E. Schreiber 2-10

1916-17 W.E. Schreiber 8-7

1917-18 E.G. Lange 5-5

1918-19 E.G. Lange 6-4

1919-20 1-2

1920-21 Chick Agnew 2-9

1921-22 Chick Agnew 3-7

1922-23 Chick Agnew 5-7

1923-24 Chick Agnew 7-5

1924-25 Chick Agnew 10-5

1925-26 Chick Agnew 2-9

1926-27 Chick Agnew 4-7

1927-28 Chick Agnew 5-8

1928-29 Chick Agnew 7-5

1929-30 Chick Agnew 9-5

1930-31 Chick Agnew 8-6

1931-32 Chick Agnew 12-4

1932-33 Chick Agnew 7-7

1933-34 Chick Agnew 5-13

1934-35 Chick Agnew 7-9

1935-36 Chick Agnew 5-9

1936-37 Chick Agnew 10-5

1937-38 Chick Agnew 7-7

1938-39 Chick Agnew 5-13

1939-40 Chick Agnew 10-4

1940-41 Chick Agnew 6-7

1941-42 Chick Agnew 9-4

1942-43 Ed Schwager 9-2

1943-44 Ed Schwager 0-2

1944-45 Fred Trewyn 1-8

1945-46 Ernie Kaeser 8-6

1946-47 Ed Schwager 4-10

1947-48 Ed Schwager 6-8

1948-49 Ray Krozoska 6-11

1949-50 Ray Krozoska 11-11

1950-51 Bob Weigandt 15-5

1951-52 Bob Weigandt 16-5

1952-53 Bob Weigandt 2-17

1953-54 Bob Weigandt 6-14

1954-55 Bob Weigandt 6-14

1955-56 Bob Weigandt 12-9

1956-57 Bob Weigandt 7-12

1957-58 Bob Weigandt 1-19

1958-59 Bob Weigandt 6-15

1959-60 Bob Weigandt 12-9

1960-61 Bob Weigandt 10-11

1961-62 Bob Weigandt 15-6

1962-63 Bob Weigandt 7-11

1963-64 Bob Weigandt 13-6

1964-65 Bob Weigandt 6-16

1965-66 Bob Weigandt 1-20

1966-67 Bob Weigandt 5-15

1967-68 Fritz Plinke 9-12

1968-69 Fritz Plinke 4-18

1969-70 Fritz Plinke 5-16

1970-71 Eli Crogan 6-14

1971-72 Eli Crogan 19-6

1972-73 Eli Crogan 22-4

1973-74 Eli Crogan 21-5

1974-75 Jim Miller 16-9

1975-76 Jim Miller 8-18

1976-77 Jim Miller 12-14

1977-78 Jim Miller 10-17

1978-79 Dave Vander Meulen 10-17

1979-80 Dave Vander Meulen 20-7

1980-81 Dave Vander Meulen 17-9

1981-82 Dave Vander Meulen 18-8

1982-83 Dave Vander Meulen 25-6

1983-84* Dave Vander Meulen 27-4

1984-85 Dave Vander Meulen 20-8

1985-86 Dave Vander Meulen 24-4

1986-87 Dave Vander Meulen 16-10

1987-88 Dave Vander Meulen 22-6

1988-89* Dave Vander Meulen 29-2

1989-90 Dave Vander Meulen 17-9

1990-91 Dave Vander Meulen 16-10

1991-92 Dave Vander Meulen 19-9

1992-93 Dave Vander Meulen 18-9

1993-94 Dave Vander Meulen 21-4

1994-95 Dave Vander Meulen 19-8

1995-96 Dave Vander Meulen 19-9

1996-97 Dave Vander Meulen 22-4

1997-98 Dave Vander Meulen 16-9

1998-99 Dave Vander Meulen 17-8

1999-00 Dave Vander Meulen 11-14

2000-01 Dave Vander Meulen 17-8

2001-02 Pat Miller 21-7

2002-03 Pat Miller 21-7

2003-04 Pat Miller 20-6

2004-05 Pat Miller 19-9

2005-06 Pat Miller 23-6

2006-07 Pat Miller 18-9

2007-08 Pat Miller 24-5

2008-09 Pat Miller 23-6

2009-10 Pat Miller 23-6

2010-11 Pat Miller 17-9

2011-12* Pat Miller 29-4
TOTALS = 1177-860 (.578)

*NCAA Division III Champions


Most Games in a Season: 33 (2011-12)

Most Wins in a Season: 29 (1988-89, 2011-12)

Most Losses in a Season: 20 (1965-66)

Highest Winning Percentage: .935 (1988-89)

Lowest Winning Percentage: .045 (1965-66)


Others 1902-03, 07-12, 19-20 16-27 (.372)

W.E. Schreiber 1913-17 10-17 (.370)

E.G. Lange 1917-19 11-9 (.550)

Chick Agnew 1920-42 145-155 (.483)

Fred Trewyn 1944-45 1-8 (.111)

Ernie Kaeser 1945-46 8-6 (.571)

Ed Schwager 1942-44, 46-48 19-22 (.463)

Ray Krozoska 1948-50 17-22 (.436)

Bob Weigandt 1950-67 140-204 (.407)

Fritz Plinke 1967-70 18-46 (.281)

Eli Crogan 1970-74 68-29 (.701)

Jim Miller 1974-78 46-58 (.442)

Dave Vander Meulen 1978-01 440-182 (.707)

Pat Miller 2001-Present 238-75 (.760)


COACHING RECORDS:

Most Career Wins:

1. Dave Vander Meulen 440

2. Pat Miller 238

3. Chick Agnew 145

4. Bob Weigandt 140

5. Eli Crogan 68


Most Career Losses:

1. Bob Weigandt 204

2. Dave Vander Meulen 182

3. Chick Agnew 155

4. Pat Miller 75

5. Jim Miller 58


Best Career Winning Percentage (minimum 40 games):

1. Pat Miller .760

2. Dave Vander Meulen .707

3. Eli Crogan .701

4. Chick Agnew .483

5. Ed Schwager .463


Most Wins in a Season:

1. Pat Miller 29 (2011-12) NCAA Division III Champions

Dave Vander Meulen 29 (1988-89) NCAA Division III Champions

2. Dave Vander Meulen 27 (1983-84) NCAA Division III Champions

3. Dave Vander Meulen 25 (1982-83)

4. Dave Vander Meulen 24 (1985-86)

Pat Miller 24 (2007-08)

5. Pat Miller 23 (2005-06, 2008-09, 2009-10)


Most Seasons at UW-Whitewater:

1. Dave Vander Meulen 23

2. Chick Agnew 22

3. Bob Weigandt 17

4. Pat Miller 11

5. Ed Schwager 4

Eli Crogan 4

Jim Miller 4


UW-Whitewater men's basketball coaches all-time win-loss records as of March 19, 2012

Pat Miller All-Time Record against opponents: 2001-2012

Record Opponent

12-15 UW-Stevens Point

17-9 UW-Platteville

19-3 UW-La Crosse

20-8 UW-Stout

14-11 UW-Oshkosh

22-2 UW-Superior

22-3 UW-Eau Claire

17-6 UW-River Falls

1-0 Albion College (MI)

1-0 Anderson University (IN)

1-1 Augustana College

1-0 Aurora University

4-0 Beloit College

1-0 Cabrini

1-0 California Institute of Technology

2-0 Cardinal Stritch

8-1 Carroll College

1-0 Carroll University

1-0 Carthage College

1-0 Central State University (OH)

2-0 Coe College

1-0 Colorado College

1-0 Concordia University (IL)

1-0 Concordia University (MI)

1-0 Concordia University (WI)

2-0 Defiance College

2-0 DePauw University (IN)

1-0 Dominican University (IL)

2-1 Elmhurst College

1-0 Eureka College (IL)

2-0 Edgewood College

2-0 Grinnell College

2-0 Hamline University

1-0 Haskel Indian Nation University

1-0 Hope College (MI)

1-2 Illinois Wesleyan University

2-0 Lakeland College

1-0 LeTourneau University

1-0 Lewis & Clark

1-0 Lindenwood University

1-2 Loras College

1-0 Luther College

2-0 Maranatha Baptist Bible College

4-0 Marian University (WI)

1-0 Martin Luther College

0-1 Marquette University

0-1 Mary Hardin-Baylor

1-0 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

2-0 Milwaukee School of Engineering

1-0 Mount Saint Joseph

2-0 North Central College

1-0 Northwestern (MN)

1-0 Occidental College

1-0 Ohio Wesleyan University

2-0 Olivet College

1-0 Otterbein College

1-0 Pacific Lutheran University

1-0 Pomona-Pitzer Colleges

1-0 Purdue – Calumet

2-0 Robert Morris College (IL)

1-0 Rockford College (IL)

0-1 St. John’s University (MN)

1-0 St. Thomas

0-1 St. Xaiver

1-0 Transylvania (KY)

1-0 Virginia Wesleyan

0-1 Wartburg College

0-1 Washington University of St. Louis

2-0 Willamette University

9-0 Wisconsin Lutheran College

1-1 Wheaton College

2-0 Whitman College

1-1 Whitworth University

0-1 Wooster College

All-Time Record: 238-75

Best Season Record: 29-4 (2011-12)

Worst Season Record: 17-9 (2010-11)


Dave Vander Meulen All-Time Record against opponents: 1978-2001

Record Opponent

10-1 Northeastern Illinois University

33-24 UW-Stevens Point

25-34 UW-Platteville

1-7 UW-Green Bay

41-12 UW-La Crosse

42-14 UW-Stout

32-22 UW-Oshkosh

45-3 UW-Superior

24-29 UW-Eau Claire

40-18 UW-River Falls

0-1 South Alabama

0-1 Nicholls State University

0-1 Louisiana College

0-1 Northeastern Louisiana University

1-0 Pomona Pitzer Colleges

0-1 Samford

1-0 Birmingham Southern

12-7 UW-Parkside

6-4 Milton College

11-1 Carroll College

2-1 Lewis University

2-1 St. Xavier College

1-0 Loras College

2-0 Dubuque University

1-0 George Williams

6-0 North Central College

5-3 Beloit College

2-0 Wartburg College (IA)

5-5 UW-Milwaukee

1-0 Olivet Nazarene College

5-0 Judson College

4-1 Aurora University

14-0 Concordia College (WI)

3-0 Cardinal Stritch College

1-0 Hamline University

2-1 Elmhurst College

1-0 Winona State University

2-0 Rockford College

1-0 William Penn College

1-1 Millikin University

1-0 LeMoyne-Owen College

0-2 Wittenberg University

0-1 Roanoke College

1-0 Milwaukee School of Engineering

5-0 Purdue-Calumet

1-0 Illinois-Wesleyan

3-1 St. Norbert College

1-0 Nebraska-Wesleyan

1-0 DePauw University

1-0 Concordia College (NE)

1-0 Clark University

2-0 Roosevelt University

9-1 Marian College

1-1 Carthage College

3-1 North Park College

5-1 Illinois Benedictine College

1-0 Wheaton College

1-0 Alma College (MI)

0-1 Rust College

1-2 Ripon College

3-0 Rosary College

2-0 Mt. Mercy College

1-0 Augsburg College

0-1 Mankato State University

1-0 St. Thomas College

2-0 Luther College

4-0 Lakeland College

2-0 Monmouth College

6-1 St. Ambrose University

2-1 Teikyo Marycrest University

5-0 Marycrest College

2-0 Otterbein College

1-0 Centre College

1-0 Trenton State College

1-0 St. Francis College

1-5 Viterbo College

5-1 Edgewood College

0-1 Rio Grande University

3-0 Mount Senario College

0-1 Brazil Ipaza (Exhibition)

4-0 Maranatha Baptist Bible College

1-0 St. Joseph's College

0-1 Tatlor University

1-0 Manchester College

1-0 Clarke College

1-0 Northwest Missouri State

0-1.1 Gustavus Adolphus

0-1 Freed-Hardeman University

4-0 Lake Forest College

    1. Wisconsin Lutheran College

  1. Augustana College

    1. Hope College (MI)

  1. Mount Union

  1. Defiance College

  1. Neuman College

  1. Penn. St. - Behrend

  1. Muskingun College (OH)

1-0 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps College

1-1 Winona College

1-0 Banik Ostrava-Czechslovakian

0-1 Indiana-Purdue

1-0 Indiana State

0-1 Athletes in Action

0-1 Franklin

0-1 North Dakota

0-1 North Dakota State

All-Time Record: 488-234

Best Season Record: 29-2 (1988-89)

Highest Win-Loss Percentage: .935 (1988-89)

Largest Victory Margin: 80 points vs. Milwaukee School of Engineering (1983-84)

Worst Season Record: 10-17 (1978-79)

Lowest Winning Percentage: .370 (1978-79)


Eli Crogan's All-Time Record against opponents: 1970-74

Record Opponent

2-2 UW-Platteville

1-3 UW-Stout

0-5 UW-Eau Claire

4-0 UW-LaCrosse

2-2 UW-Stevens Point

4-0 UW-Superior

3-1 UW-Oshkosh

3-1 UW-River Falls

1-1 Dominican College

0-1 Ball State University

1-1 Carthage College

0-1 Illinois State University

0-1 Central Ohio

1-0 Detroit College (won by forfeit)

1-0 Tarkio College, MO

1-0 Hamline University

0-1 Valparaiso University

1-0 UW-Green Bay

Note: No game-by-game records available for 1972-73 and 1973-74

All-Time Record: 68-27 (.691)

Best Season Record: 22-4 (1972-73)

Worst Season Record: 6-14 (1970-71)


Fritz Plinke's All-Time Record against opponents: (1967-70)

Record Opponent

1-1 UW-Superior

1-1 UW-La Crosse

0-2 UW-Stout

2-0 UW-Stevens Point

1-1 UW-River Falls

1-1 UW-Platteville

0-2 UW-Oshkosh

1-1 UW-Eau Claire

0-1 Illinois State University

1-0 Milton College

1-0 Westmar College (IA)

0-1 Dakota-Wesleyan College

0-1 UW-Milwaukee

Note: No game-by-game records available for 1968-69 and 1969-70

All-Time Record: 18-46 (.281)

Best Season Record: 9-12 (1967-68)

Worst Season Record: 4-18 (1968-69)


Bob Weigandt's All-Time Record against opponents: 1950-1967

Record Opponent

13-21 UW-Oshkosh

13-21 UW-Stevens Point

5-12 UW-Superior

10-22 UW-Platteville

7-10 UW-Stout

7-10 UW-Eau Claire

4-13 UW-La Crosse

5-11 UW-River Falls

7-15 Northern Illinois

2-0 Concordia College

21-10 Milton College

14-14 Carroll College

15-18 UW-Milwaukee

1-1 UW-Madison JV's

0-1 Whitworth College

0-2 Allen Bradley University

4-3 Northwestern College

3-1 UWW Alumni

2-3 Elmhurst College

2-1 Lakeland College

2-7 St. Norbert College

1-1 Beloit College

3-0 Rockford College

Note: We have no record of the 1952-53 season as it pertains to individual games. The win-loss record in that season was 2-17.

All-Time Record: 141-197 (.417)

Best Season Record: 16-5 (1951-52)

Worst Season Record: 1-20 (1965-66)


Ray Krozoska's All-Time Record against opponents: 1948-1950

Record Opponent

1-3 UW-Oshkosh

1-3 UW-Platteville

3-1 UW-Stevens Point

0-2 UW-Stout

0-2 UW-La Crosse

2-3 UW-Milwaukee

0-2 UW-River Falls

0-1 UW-Eau Claire

2-2 Milton College

3-0 Northwestern College

0-1 Milwaukee Extension (exhibition)

2-0 Concordia College

1-1 Carroll College

1-1 Northern Illinois

1-0 UW-Superior

All-Time Record: 17-22 (.436)

Best Season Record: 11-11 (1949-50)

Worst Season Record: 6-11 (1948-49)

Note: Some scores against certain opponents are missing


Ed Schwager's All-Time Record against opponents: 1946-1948, 1942-1944

Record Opponent

5-1 Milton College

2-0 Mission House (exhibition)

3-3 UW-Oshkosh

2-4 UW-Milwaukee

2-3 UW-Platteville

3-3 UW-Stevens Point

2-4 Northwestern College

0-2 Northern Illinois

1-0 Milwaukee Extension (exhibition)

All-Time Record: 20-20 (.500)

Best Season Record: 9-2 (1942-43)

Worst Season Record: 4-10 (1946-47)

Note: Some scores against certain opponents are missing


Ernie Kaeser's All-Time Record against opponents: 1945-1946

Record Opponent

2-0 Milton College

1-1 Carroll College

1-1 Northwestern College

1-1 UW-Milwaukee

1-1 UW-Stevens Point

2-0 UW-Oshkosh

1-1 UW-Platteville

All-Time Record: 9-5 (.643)


Fred Trewyn's All-Time Record against opponents: 1944-1945

Record Opponent

1-0 Janesville Fuses (exhibition)

0-2 Carroll College

0-2 UW-Milwaukee

0-1 Janesville Parker 51 (exhibition)

0-1 Gibby Machine (exhibition)

0-2 Beloit College

All-Time Record: 1-8 (.111)


Chick Agnew's All-Time Record against opponents: 1920-1942

Record Opponent

15-29 UW-Milwaukee

29-9 Milton College

2-9 UW-La Crosse

12-30 UW-Oshkosh

28-20 UW-Platteville

5-0 Madison 4C (exhibition)

12-25 UW-Stevens Point

1-0 Fort Atkinson High School

1-0 RFB-Janesville (exhibition)

1-0 UWW Alumni (exhibition)

0-2 Winona St. Mary's

15-5 Northwestern College

1-0 Madison Eastside Businessmen (exhibition)

0-1 Elmhurst College

1-0 UW-Eau Claire

0-1 Madison College

1-0 Karsten (Madison) {exhibition}

1-3 Northern Illinois

2-0 Madison YMCA (exhibition)

1-0 Madison Tri (exhibition)

0-1 Marquette University

1-0 St. Paul Lutheran

1-0 Milwaukee YMCA (exhibition)

0-2 House if David (exhibition)

1-0 Madison All-Stars (exhibition)

7-2 Aurora College

0-2 St. Norbert College

0-1 Madison Bowman (exhibition)

1-0 Beloit College

0-2 Concordia College

3-1 Milwaukee Engineers

5-1 Mission House (exhibition)

1-0 Milwaukee Extension

All-Time Record: 145-155 (.483)

Best Season Record: 12-4 (1931-32)

Worst Season Record: 5-13 (1933-34 and 1938-39)

Note: Some scores against certain opponents are missing


E. G. Lange's All-Time Record against opponents: (1917-1919)

Record Opponent

0-1 Carroll College

2-0 Milton College

3-3 UW-Platteville

1-0 Madison College

1-0 UW-River Falls

0-1 UW-LaCrosse

0-1 UW-Oshkosh

All-Time Record: 11-9 (.550)

Best Season Record: 6-4 (1918-19)

Worst Season Record: 5-5 (1917-18)

Note: Some scores against certain opponents are missing


W. E. Schreiber's All-Time Record against opponents: (1913-1917)

Record Opponent

1-0 (Fort) MacHenry {exhibition}

0-1 Marquette University

2-2 UW-Platteville

3-0 UW-Oshkosh

3-0 Milton College

0-2 Ripon College

3-1 UW-Milwaukee

1-3 UW-La Crosse

0-2 UW-River Falls

0-1 Beloit College

All-Time Record: 13-12 (.553)

Best Season Record: 8-7 (1916-17)

Worst Season Record: 2-10 (1913-14)

Note: From 1902-1912 we have no scores against any opponents. The all-time record during that time was 15-15. We also have no game-by-game records from the 1919-1920 season. The record for that season was 1-2 for the only games recorded.


MEN’S RECORDS

AGAINST ALL-TIME OPPONENTS (updated March 19, 2012)

Albion College (MI) 1-0

Alma College (MI) 1-0

Anderson University (IN) 1-0

Augsburg College (MN) 1-0

Augustana College (IL) 3-1

Aurora University (IL) 12-3

Ball State University (IN) 0-1

Beloit College 12-6

Benedictine University (IL) 1-0

Birmingham Southern College (AL) 0-1

Cabrini 1-0

California Institute of Technology 1-0

Cardinal Stritch College 4-0

Carroll College 37-20

Carroll University 1-0

Carthage College 3-2

Central Ohio University 0-1

Central State University (OH) 1-0

Centre College (KY) 1-0

Chicago State College 2-0

Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges (CA) 1-0

Clark University (MA) 1-0

Coe College (IA) 2-0

Colorado College 1-0

Concordia University (MI) 1-0

Concordia University (WI) 20-2

Dakota-Wesleyan College (SD) 0-1

Defiance College (OH) 3-0

Detroit College (MI) 1-0

DePauw University (IN) 3-0

Dubuque University of (IA) 3-1

Dominican University (IL) 1-0

Dominican College (NY) 1-1

Drake University (IA) 0-1

Eastern Michigan University 0-2

Edgewood College 7-1

Elmhurst College (IL) 6-7

Eureka College 1-0

Evansville, University of (IN) 1-0

Franklin College (IN) 0-1

Freed-Hardeman University (TN) 1-0

George Williams College (IL) 1-0

Gustavus Adolphus College (MN) 0-1

Grinnell College 3-0

Haskel Indian Nation University 1-0

Hamline University (MN) 4-0

Hope College (MI) 1-1

Illinois Benedictine College 4-1

Illinois State University 0-2

Illinois Wesleyan University 2-3

Indiana-Purdue, University of 0-1

Indiana State University-Evansville 1-0

Judson College (IL) 5-0

Lake Forest College (IL) 4-0

Lakeland College 8-1

Lake Superior State University (MI) 1-0

LeMayne-Owen College (TN) 1-0

LeTourneau University 1-0

Lewis & Clark Community College (IL) 1-0  

Lewis University (IL) 2-1

Lindenwood (MO) 1-0

Loras College (IA) 2-2

Louisiana College 0-1

Luther College (IA) 4-0

Madison College 1-1

Manchester College (IN) 1-0

Mankato State University (MN) 0-1

Marantha Baptist Bible College 7-0

Marian College 11-0

Marian University (WI) 2-0

Marion College (IN) 0-1

Marquette University 0-2

Mary Hardin-Baylor 1-0

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1-0

Michigan Technological University 1-0

Millikin University (IL) 1-1

Milton College 71-30

Milwaukee School of Engineering 4-0

Monmouth College (NJ) 2-0

Mount Mercy College (IA) 1-0

Mount Saint Joseph 1-0

Mount Senario College 3-0

Mount Union College (OH) 1-0

Nebraska-Wesleyan University 1-0

Neumann College (PA) 1-0

Nicholls State University (LA) 0-1

North Central College (IL) 8-0

North Dakota University 0-1

North Dakota State University 0-1

North Park College (IL) 3-1

Northeastern Louisiana University 0-1

Northeastern Illinois University 10-1

Northern Illinois University 8-19

Northwest Missouri State University 0-1

Northwestern University (IL) 26-11

Northwestern (MN) 1-0

Occidental College 1-0

Ohio Wesleyan University 1-0

Olivet College (MI) 1-0

Olivet Nazarene College (IL) 2-0

Otterbein University (OH) 3-0

Pacific Lutheran University (WA) 1-0

Pennsylvania State University at Behrend 1-0

Pomona-Pitzer 1-0

Purdue University-Calumet (IN) 6-0

Quincy University (IL) 1-0

Robert Morris College (IL) 2-0

Rio Grande, University of (OH) 0-1

Ripon College 1-4

Roanoke College (VA) 0-1

Rockford College (IL) 6-0

Roosevelt University (IL) 2-0

Rosary College (IL) 3-0

Rust College (MS) 0-1

Sam Houston State University (TX) 0-1

Samford University (AL) 0-1

South Alabama, University of 0-1

St. Ambrose University (IA) 6-1

St. Francis College (IL) 1-0

St. John’s College (MN) 0-2

St. Joseph’s College (VT) 1-0

St. Mary College (MN) 0-2

St. Norbert College 5-10

St. Paul Lutheran (MN) 1-0

St. Thomas 1-0

St. Xavier College (IL) 2-2

Tarkio College (KY) 1-0

Taylor University (IN) 0-2

Tiekyo Marycrest University (IA) 7-1

Transylvania 1-0

Trenton State College (NJ) 1-0

UW-Eau Claire 54-50

UW-Green Bay 4-5

UW-La Crosse 76-43

UW-Milwaukee 46-65

UW-Oshkosh 83-93

UW-Parkside 10-10

UW-Platteville 95-104

UW-River Falls 69-38

UW-Stevens Point 79-94

UW-Stout 68-42

UW-Superior 81-27

Valparaiso University (IN) 0-1

Virginia Wesleyan 1-0

Viterbo College 1-5

Wartburg College (IA) 2-1

Western Michigan University 0-1

Westmar College (IA) 1-0

Wheaton College (IL) 2-1

Whitman College   2-0

Whitworth College (WA) 1-2

Willamette University (OR) 2-0

William Penn College (IA) 1-0

Winona Saint Mary’s (MN) 0-2

Winona State University (MN) 2-1

Wisconsin Lutheran College 12-2

Wittenberg University (OH) 0-2

Wooster, College of 0-1

TOTAL OVERALL RECORD: 1131-847 (.572)


UW-Whitewater Men's WIAC Tournament History

UW-W

Year Opponent (seed) Host Score Seed

1999 Stevens Point #5 Whitewater L, 77-67 4

Notes: UW-SP shot 53% from the field. Jaron Perry led UW-W with 20 points going 8-16 from the field. Kalonji Kadima had 21 points and 7 rebounds for UW-SP.


2000* La Crosse #9 Whitewater L, 108-84 8

Notes: UW-LAX had five players in double figures, including three players with 22 points or more. Aubrey Lewis-Byers had a game high 28 points on perfect 10-10 shooting for UW-W.


2001 Stout #8 Whitewater L, 90-49 1

Notes: UW-ST shot 55% from the field while UW-W only shot 31%. Four of

Stout's starters ended up in double figures.


2002 Stout #6 Whitewater W, 85-77 3

Notes: Aubrey Lewis-Byers had 21 points including 15-20 from the line as UW-W had five players in double figures.

Stevens Point #2 Stevens Point W, 80-73

Notes: Lewis-Byers had a career high 32 points and added 11 rebounds. UW-W made 7 of their final 8 free throws to seal the win.


Oshkosh #1 Oshkosh L, 70-69

Notes: In the Championship game Lewis-Byers had 20 points and London Donlow added 16 for UW-W. Tim Dworak had 24 points for UW-O including a game winning three point field goal as time expired.

2003 Platteville #7 Whitewater W, 64-61 2
Notes: Whitewater shot 27-50 from the floor (54%), with Lewis-Byers (19)
and Nick Smith (15) scoring in double figures.


Eau Claire #6 Whitewater W, 81-69

Notes: In the semifinals, Lewis Byers had 34 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Warhawks who led 44-36 at halftime. Whitewater shot 27-53 from the floor (51%) to Eau Claire’s 26-60 (43%).


Oshkosh #4 Whitewater L, 63-68

Notes: Whitewater shot 24-56 (43%) to Oshkosh’s 24-46 (52%) as the Titans also made seven three point field goals. Lewis-Byers had 21 points in his last game as a Warhawk. Oshkosh received the automatic WIAC bid and advanced to the NCAA sweet sixteen.


2004 Oshkosh #6 Whitewater L, 52-49 3

Notes: Whitewater shot 19-55 (34%) from the field and only made 9 of 21 free throws as the Titans upset the Warhawks. Melvin Williams led the Warhawks with 13 points and Pete Warning scored 18 for Oshkosh.


2005 Stout #5 Whitewater W, 82-78 (OT) 4

Notes: Whitewater broke the conference record for free throws attempted in a WIAC tournament game with 47. Whitewater also broke the conference record for made free throws in a WIAC tournament game with 34. Griffin was 9-18, with 18 attempts being the second highest total in WIAC tournament history ... Stout broke their own record for fouls in a WIAC tournament game with 34, breaking their previous record of 31.


Platteville #1 Platteville W, 89-76

Notes: In this semifinal game, Jeremy Manchester led the Warhawks with a career and season high of 20 points. Whitewater shot 29-56 (52%) from the floor and 23-30 (77%) from the free throw line.


Stevens Point #2 Stevens Point L, 87-77

Notes: In this WIAC Championship Game, leading the team in scoring were Craig Anderson (25) and Melvin Williams (18). The Warhawks shot 26-63 (41%) from the field.


2006 Eau Claire #8 Whitewater W, 88-47

Notes: Whitewater tied WIAC tournament record for margin of victory. Whitewater never trailed in the game, leading 44-21 at halftime. Andy Freund scored a season high 18 and Melvin Williams added 16.


La Crosse #4 Whitewater W, 72-70

Notes: Jeremy Manchester hit a jumper in the lane with three seconds left to give UW-W a 72-70 lead. Four Warhawks scored in double figures, with Rob Perry and Melvin Williams’ both scoring 16 points, Andy Freund scoring 15, and Manchester adding 10.


Stout #2 Whitewater W, 78-60

Notes: Whitewater led the whole game, and had a double digit lead for over 35 minutes. Jeremy Manchester led the Warhawks with 27 points, including 20 in the first half. Anthony Mlachnik scored 13 points and Rob Perry added 12. The win automatically qualified Whitewater for the NCAA DIII Tournament.


2007 Platteville #5 Whitewater W, 58-57

Notes: Anthony Mlachnik made one of two free throws with three seconds left to give UW-W a 58-57 lead. UW-Platteville took the ball out after the free throw, but Whitewater's Giovanni Riley stole the inbounds pass. Whitewater had three players in double figures.  Junior forward Josh King had 16, Mlachnik added 13, and senior guard Craig Anderson scored 10.


Stevens Point #1 Stevens Point L, 94-69

Notes: Point led 43-40 at halftime. Stevens Point shot 57% from the field versus only 40% for Whitewater. Jason Price led all scorers with 26 points.


2008 Stout #8 Whitewater W, 78-67

Notes: Whitewater led 71-54 before Stouts Miles Webb scored nine straight points to narrow the lead to 8. Miles McKay hit four free throws in the last 30 seconds to hold the lead for Whitewater. McKay led UW-W with 22 points and Kori Vernon added 19 points and 13 rebounds. Webb led all scores with 24 points (5-8 on 3’s).


Superior #5 Whitewater W, 77-73 (OT)

Notes: Playing without three starters the Warhawks led by as much as twelve in the first half, but never more than five in the second. The Warhawks were up 64-62 when Superiors Shane Manor made a layup with 10 seconds left. The yellow jackets stole the ball with 4 seconds left and missed a half court shot at the buzzer. The Warhawks were up 71-69 with 57 seconds left in overtime when Superior was assessed a technical for calling a time out they didn’t possess. Miles McKay made both free throws to move the margin to 4 points. McKay led the UW-W with 22 points and Billy Kolinske added 13 points and 11 boards.


Stevens Point Whitewater W, 75-71

Notes: With UW-W leading 72-68 Steve Hicklin hit a three with 6 seconds left to cut the lead to one. Myles McKay was fouled and hit two free throws to push the lead to three. UW-SP missed a three and fouled Matt Goodwin who made one of two. McKay and Kori Vernon each scored 20 for the Warhawks and Steve Hicklin led the Pointers with 20. The win automatically qualified Whitewater for the NCAA DIII Tournament.


2009 Platteville #5 Whitewater L, 77-74

Notes: Platteville led 38-27 at halftime. Dustin Mitchell led all scorers with 21 points. Platteville had four players in double figures.


2010 Defiance College Whitewater W, 75-71

Notes: Defiance was on top, 31-30, at intermission. Four Warhawks scored in double figures, with Dupree Fletcher leading with 18, Dustin Mitchell adding 17, DJ Dantzler 11 and Phil Negri 10.  Senior forward Mike Bendall led UW-W with seven rebounds, Negri led with four assists, and Dantzler led with three steals.

Wooster College Whitewater L, 78-87

Notes: Wooster eventually led by nine in the half, 40-31 with 1:15 left, before the teams went in to the locker rooms with Wooster leading 40-34. Whitewater had four double figure scores, with Dupree Fletcher scoring 20, DJ Dantlzer 18, Dustin Mitchell 14 and Mike Bendall 13.  Mitchell added nine rebounds before fouling out, and Fletcher passed for four assists.  Bendall led UW-W with three steals.


2011 UW-Superior Whitewater L, 72-78

Notes: Superior was ahead at halftime 34-33. Chris Davis was lead scorer with 21 points and Alex Edmunds ended with 18 for the night.


*In 1999 and 2000 there was a play-in game between the 8th and 9th seeds


2012 UW-La Crosse #5 Whitewater W, 66-55 1

Notes: Whitewater led 26-20 at the half. After a 6-0 run to start the second half, La Crosse tied the game at 26 and the Eagles eventually took a 34-30 lead. Whitewater managed to break the game open, thanks in large part to hitting season highs in free throws made (26) and attempted (32). Luke Knoble led Whitewater with 19 points. Chris Davis had a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds while Alex Edmunds scored 11 points.


UW-River Falls #2 Whitewater L, 58-64 1

Notes: Whitewater led 34-26 at the half. In the second half, Whitewater went on a scoring drought, which allowed the Falcons to jump out to a 55-45 lead. Six straight points by Whitewater cut the deficit to 55-54 with three minutes left to play until River Falls hit a jumper and converted on five of six free throws to close out the game. Cody Odegaard and Chris Davis both scored 12 points for the Warhawks. Davis also grabbed six rebounds while Alex Merg dished out four assists.


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