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CHARLOTTE 49ERS Έ1ͳ0; Aͳ10: 0ͳ0Ή ppg rpg fg% % Notes F 00 Javarris Barne 6-7 Sr. 10.0 10.0 .333 .000 3rd career double-double vs. NCCU (10 p; 10 r) C 35 Chris Braswell 6-8 Jr. 19.0 12.0 .700 .556 16th career double-double vs. NCCU (19 p; 12 r) G 1 Derrio Green 6-2 Sr. 13.0 1.0 .444 .600 12th all-me with 137 3fg G 11 DeMario Mayeld 6-5 So. 17.0 5.0 .714 1.000 17 p (3-3 FG; 4-4 FT); 5 r, 3 a, 2 st v NCCU G 15 Pierriá Henry 6-3 Fr. 7.0 4.0 .429 .500 7 pts; 4 rebs; 5 asts; 3 stls in debut vs. NCCU G/F 5 E. Victor Nickerson 6-7 Fr. 4.0 4.0 .333 .000 21 mins in debut v NCCU; vs. Abbey (ex.) 11 p; 5 r F 2 K.J. Sherrill 6-7 Jr. 1.0 0.0 .000 .500 8 mins. vs. NCCU G 10 Jamar Briscoe 5-10 Jr. 2.0 4.0 .200 .000 17 mins; 1 ast, 1 stl vs. NCCU G 44 Luka Voncina 6-4 So. 0.0 0.0 .000 .000 11 mins vs. NCCU; vs. Abbey (exh.) 20 mins; 5 p G 20 Colby Lewis 6-2 Jr. DNP 116 mins played in 10-11 (1.6 p; 0.5 r; .385 fg%) C 12 Mike Thorne 6-10 Fr. DNP vs. Abbey (exh.) 12 min; 5 pts; 3 rebs; 2 blks G 14 Terrence Williams 6-4 Fr. DNP vs. Abbey (exh.) 14 mins; 4 pts C 43 Ilija Ivankovic 6-10 Jr. DNP vs. Abbey (exh.) 4 mins; 1 reb; 1 ast; F 52 Lamar Bradbury 6-3 Jr. DNP 1st yr. walk-on; Charloe, N.C./Providence Head Coach Alan Major at Charloe: 11-20 (.355) Career Record: 11-20 (.355) 2011-12 Charlotte 49ers Schedule November Thurs. 3 BELMONT ABBEY (Exh.) W, 104-52 Fri. 11 NC CENTRAL (DH w/ wbb W, 73-57 Tues. 15 at Central Michigan 7:00 Sat. 19 at Lamar 12:00 Tues. 22 EAST TENNESSEE STATE 7:30 Sat. 26 at Wright State 7:00 December Sat. 3 at East Carolina MASN 5:00 Tues. 6 at Radford 7:00 Sat. 10 DAVIDSON 7:00 Mon. 19 COPPIN STATE 7:30 Thurs. 22 MIAMI 7:30 Wed. 28 at Arkansas TBA Sat. 31 at Memphis 9:00 January Wed. 4 RICHMOND* 7:30 Sat. 7 at Saint Joseph’s* 2:00 Wed. 11 at Massachusetts* 7:00 Sat. 14 SAINT LOUIS* CBSSNR 2:00 Wed. 18 KENNESAW STATE 7:30 Sat. 21 at George Washington* MASN TBA Wed. 25 TEMPLE* 7:30 Sat. 28 XAVIER* FOX Ohio 7:00 February Wed. 1 at La Salle* 7:00 Sat. 4 at Fordham* 1:00 Sat. 11 RHODE ISLAND* (HC) 2:00 Wed. 15 at Dayton* FOX Ohio TBA Sat. 18 at Richmond* 6:00 Wed. 22 GEORGE WASHINGTON* 7:30 Sat. 25 ST. BONAVENTURE* 7:00 Wed. 29 DUQUESNE* 7:30 March Sat. 3 at Xavier* CBSSNR 2:00 Tues. 6 A-10 Championship First Round F.-Su.9-11 A-10 Championship Atlantic City, N.J. All times Eastern, Tentative; *Atlantic 10 game Home games in bold all caps played at Halton Arena 2011-12 CHARLOTTE 49ERS BASKETBALL Charlotte (1-0) vs. Central Michigan (1-0) (RADIO: ESPN 730, Charlotte, WRJD 1410, Durham. Play by play voice: Matt Swierad) THE HEADLINES The 49ers (1-0; W, 73-57 vs. NC Central) head to Central Michigan (1-0; W, 65-60 vs. Ferris State) to start a swing in which they play ve of six games on the road. The 49ers travel to Lamar, Sat- urday and aer a home game vs. ETSU, face Wright State, East Carolina and Radford on the road. This is the second meeng between Charloe and Central Michigan. The historic rst meeng came in the 1977 NCAA Tournament, rst round. The 49ers 91-86 OT victory was their rst-ever in NCAA Tournament play and sent them on a voyage to the 1977 Final Four that included wins over #6 Syracuse and #1 Michigan. SEASON OPENING SUCCESS: The 49ers posted a 17-point win in the season-opener vs. NC Cen- tral behind double-doubles from Chris Braswell (19 p; 12 r) and Javarris Barne (10 p; 10 r). Braswell, who surpassed his 2011 season-high of 18 points, matched his career high with three blocks, as well. In addion, on 11/11/11, #11 DeMario Mayeld scored 17 points (3-3 3FG; 4-4 FT) in his 49ers debut. Derrio Green added 13 points. The 49ers overcame a 13-point rst half decit to take a 35-34 halime lead and posted a 12-2 run to start the second half. STATS: Charloe shot 46% from the eld; 39% from long range while holding NCCU to 40% shoong; 36% from long range. Charloe hit the boards for a 45-29 (+16 edge) but commied 18 turnovers. 12 of the 49ers rst 20 shots were three-pointers. Only six of the nal 37 came from long range. FOUR RETURNING STARTERS: For all the talk about the new-look Niners, Charloe does return four starters -- its top four scorers -- to give the 49ers a solid foundaon of experience. Senior shooter Derrio Green and junior power forward Chris Braswell are both two-year starters and give Charloe an instant inside-out package. Deuce Briscoe returns to the point and Javarris Barne started on the wing and received the 49ers “Most Improved Player” award. TOP 10 RECRUITING CLASS: Dave Telep, ESPN Senior Recruing, tabbed the 49ers recruing class among his top 10 non-BCS classes, stang, “Charloe rolled up its sleeves and got to work.” The results are a versale class led by 6-7 wing E Victor Nickerson, high-scoring guard Terrence Williams and athlec guard Pierria Henry. Inside, the 49ers added size in 6-10 centers Mike Thorne and Ilijia Ivankovic NOT EXACTLY NEWCOMERS: Meanwhile, Major can look to DeMario Mayed (transfer from Georgia) and Luka Voncina to bolster his backcourt, as well. The duo sat out last season but prac- ced with the team, giving them a headstart on understanding the program. Follow us on twier and Facebook @charloe49ers @49erGameDay @49ersMBBall

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  • CHARLOTTE 49ERS 1 0; A 10: 0 0 ppg rpg fg% ft % Notes F 00 Javarris Barnett 6-7 Sr. 10.0 10.0 .333 .000 3rd career double-double vs. NCCU (10 p; 10 r)C 35 Chris Braswell 6-8 Jr. 19.0 12.0 .700 .556 16th career double-double vs. NCCU (19 p; 12 r)G 1 Derrio Green 6-2 Sr. 13.0 1.0 .444 .600 12th all-ti me with 137 3fgG 11 DeMario Mayfi eld 6-5 So. 17.0 5.0 .714 1.000 17 p (3-3 FG; 4-4 FT); 5 r, 3 a, 2 st v NCCUG 15 Pierriá Henry 6-3 Fr. 7.0 4.0 .429 .500 7 pts; 4 rebs; 5 asts; 3 stls in debut vs. NCCUG/F 5 E. Victor Nickerson 6-7 Fr. 4.0 4.0 .333 .000 21 mins in debut v NCCU; vs. Abbey (ex.) 11 p; 5 rF 2 K.J. Sherrill 6-7 Jr. 1.0 0.0 .000 .500 8 mins. vs. NCCUG 10 Jamar Briscoe 5-10 Jr. 2.0 4.0 .200 .000 17 mins; 1 ast, 1 stl vs. NCCUG 44 Luka Voncina 6-4 So. 0.0 0.0 .000 .000 11 mins vs. NCCU; vs. Abbey (exh.) 20 mins; 5 pG 20 Colby Lewis 6-2 Jr. DNP 116 mins played in 10-11 (1.6 p; 0.5 r; .385 fg%) C 12 Mike Thorne 6-10 Fr. DNP vs. Abbey (exh.) 12 min; 5 pts; 3 rebs; 2 blksG 14 Terrence Williams 6-4 Fr. DNP vs. Abbey (exh.) 14 mins; 4 pts C 43 Ilija Ivankovic 6-10 Jr. DNP vs. Abbey (exh.) 4 mins; 1 reb; 1 ast; F 52 Lamar Bradbury 6-3 Jr. DNP 1st yr. walk-on; Charlott e, N.C./ProvidenceHead Coach Alan Major at Charlott e: 11-20 (.355) Career Record: 11-20 (.355)

    2011-12 Charlotte 49ers ScheduleNovember Thurs. 3 BELMONT ABBEY (Exh.) W, 104-52 Fri. 11 NC CENTRAL (DH w/ wbb W, 73-57 Tues. 15 at Central Michigan 7:00 Sat. 19 at Lamar 12:00 Tues. 22 EAST TENNESSEE STATE 7:30 Sat. 26 at Wright State 7:00December Sat. 3 at East Carolina MASN 5:00 Tues. 6 at Radford 7:00 Sat. 10 DAVIDSON 7:00 Mon. 19 COPPIN STATE 7:30 Thurs. 22 MIAMI 7:30 Wed. 28 at Arkansas TBA Sat. 31 at Memphis 9:00January Wed. 4 RICHMOND* 7:30 Sat. 7 at Saint Joseph’s* 2:00 Wed. 11 at Massachusetts* 7:00 Sat. 14 SAINT LOUIS* CBSSNR 2:00 Wed. 18 KENNESAW STATE 7:30 Sat. 21 at George Washington* MASN TBA Wed. 25 TEMPLE* 7:30 Sat. 28 XAVIER* FOX Ohio 7:00February Wed. 1 at La Salle* 7:00 Sat. 4 at Fordham* 1:00 Sat. 11 RHODE ISLAND* (HC) 2:00 Wed. 15 at Dayton* FOX Ohio TBA Sat. 18 at Richmond* 6:00 Wed. 22 GEORGE WASHINGTON* 7:30 Sat. 25 ST. BONAVENTURE* 7:00 Wed. 29 DUQUESNE* 7:30March Sat. 3 at Xavier* CBSSNR 2:00 Tues. 6 A-10 Championship First Round F.-Su. 9-11 A-10 Championship Atlantic City, N.J.All times Eastern, Tentative; *Atlantic 10 gameHome games in bold all caps played at Halton Arena

    2011-12 CHARLOTTE 49ERS BASKETBALLCharlotte (1-0) vs. Central Michigan (1-0)

    (RADIO: ESPN 730, Charlotte, WRJD 1410, Durham. Play by play voice: Matt Swierad)

    THE HEADLINESThe 49ers (1-0; W, 73-57 vs. NC Central) head to Central Michigan (1-0; W, 65-60 vs. Ferris State) to start a swing in which they play fi ve of six games on the road. The 49ers travel to Lamar, Sat-urday and aft er a home game vs. ETSU, face Wright State, East Carolina and Radford on the road. This is the second meeti ng between Charlott e and Central Michigan. The historic fi rst meeti ng came in the 1977 NCAA Tournament, fi rst round. The 49ers 91-86 OT victory was their fi rst-ever in NCAA Tournament play and sent them on a voyage to the 1977 Final Four that included wins over #6 Syracuse and #1 Michigan.

    SEASON OPENING SUCCESS: The 49ers posted a 17-point win in the season-opener vs. NC Cen-tral behind double-doubles from Chris Braswell (19 p; 12 r) and Javarris Barnett (10 p; 10 r). Braswell, who surpassed his 2011 season-high of 18 points, matched his career high with three blocks, as well. In additi on, on 11/11/11, #11 DeMario Mayfi eld scored 17 points (3-3 3FG; 4-4 FT) in his 49ers debut. Derrio Green added 13 points. The 49ers overcame a 13-point fi rst half defi cit to take a 35-34 halft ime lead and posted a 12-2 run to start the second half.

    STATS: Charlott e shot 46% from the fi eld; 39% from long range while holding NCCU to 40% shooti ng; 36% from long range. Charlott e hit the boards for a 45-29 (+16 edge) but committ ed 18 turnovers. 12 of the 49ers fi rst 20 shots were three-pointers. Only six of the fi nal 37 came from long range.

    FOUR RETURNING STARTERS: For all the talk about the new-look Niners, Charlott e does return four starters -- its top four scorers -- to give the 49ers a solid foundati on of experience. Senior shooter Derrio Green and junior power forward Chris Braswell are both two-year starters and give Charlott e an instant inside-out package. Deuce Briscoe returns to the point and Javarris Barnett started on the wing and received the 49ers “Most Improved Player” award.

    TOP 10 RECRUITING CLASS: Dave Telep, ESPN Senior Recruiti ng, tabbed the 49ers recruiti ng class among his top 10 non-BCS classes, stati ng, “Charlott e rolled up its sleeves and got to work.” The results are a versati le class led by 6-7 wing E Victor Nickerson, high-scoring guard Terrence Williams and athleti c guard Pierria Henry. Inside, the 49ers added size in 6-10 centers Mike Thorne and Ilijia Ivankovic

    NOT EXACTLY NEWCOMERS: Meanwhile, Major can look to DeMario Mayfi ed (transfer from Georgia) and Luka Voncina to bolster his backcourt, as well. The duo sat out last season but prac-ti ced with the team, giving them a headstart on understanding the program.

    Follow us on twitt er and [email protected] e49ers @49erGameDay @49ersMBBall

  • Today’s Game:

    Current W/L Streak: W1Current streak at home: W1 (Longest last year: W6; L3)Current streak on the road: L8Longest win streak, this year: 1 (last year: 4)Longest losing streak, this year: 0 (last year: 8)

    49ers at Home, this year: 1-0; Last year: 7-7 (Halton 6-7)49ers on the road, this year: 0-0; Last year: 3-1349ers at Halton Arena, all-ti me: 151-52 (15th year) .744

    MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS:Career Win #1: W, 90-81 vs. S.C State, Nov. 13, 2010Career Win #10: W, 66-62 vs. Xavier, Feb. 2, 20111st Top 25 Win: W, 49-48 vs. #7/#7 Tennessee1st Top 10 Win: W, 49-48 vs. #7/#7 TennesseeHalton’s 150th Win: W, 66-62 vs. Xavier, Feb. 2, 2011

    Major Coaching RecordOverall: 11-20Conference: 2-14Non-Con: 9-6Overti me: 1-4Top 25: 1-0Top 10: 1-0Post-Season: 0-05-pt games: 5-7Lead at half: 7-5Trail at half: 4-14More rebounds: 8-7Fewer rebounds: 3-13Fewer turnovers: 4-5More turnovers: 6-14

    Vs. Conferences:ATLANTIC 10 2-14ACC: 1-0Atlanti c Sun 1-0Big South: 2-2Colonial: 0-1Conference USA: 1-1Horizon: 1-0MEAC: 2-0PAC-10: 0-1SEC: 1-0Southern: 0-1

    2011-12 Charlott e 49ers A-10 HonorsPreseason A-10 Ranking11th - A-10 Coaches/Media6th - CBS Sportline (Jeff Goodman)

    Preseason All-Atlanti c 10A-10 Coaches/Media Derrio Green, 3rd team Chris Braswell, 3rd teamCBS Sportsline (Jeff Goodman) Chris Braswell, 1st teamCollege Sports Madness: Chris Braswell, 2nd team Derrio Green, 4th team

    2010-11 Charlott e 49ers A-10 HonorsA-10 Player of the WeekJavarris Barnett , (co) 1/3 (16.0 ppg; .600 fg%; .636 3fg% in wins at Mercer; Georgia Tech)

    5 TOP 25 WINS IN LAST 4 YEARS:Charlott e defeated #7/#7 Tennessee in its lone game vs. a ranked opponent and posted a pair of top 20 wins in 2009-10. Charlott e has earned at least one Top 25 victory in each of the last four years:Top 25 wins in three straight seasons: 2010-11: 49-48 vs. #7/#7 Tennessee 2009-10 (2): 87-65 at #20/#18 Louisville 74-64 vs. #15/#15 Temple 2008-09: 65-60 vs. #16/#17 Xavier 2007-08: 82-72 at #18/#19 Clemson

    BRASWELL; GREEN HONORED: Junior powerforward Chris Braswell and senior guard Derrio Green were both named to the preseason all-Atlanti c 10 third team in a viote by the leagues coaches and media. Braswell averaged 11.1 points and 6.9 rebounds, last year. He col-lected seven double-doubles, six of which came against A-10 foes. Green led the 49ers with a 13.0 scoring average and ranked 8th in the A-10 with 3.8 assists per game. Charlott e was picked to fi nish 11th in the preseaosn poll.

    CBS SPORTSLINE PICKS NINERS 6TH IN A 10:Jeff Goodman, of CBS Sportsline, picked the 49ers to fi nish sixth in the Atlanti c 10. He also picked junior forward Chris Braswell as a fi rst team all-Atlanti c 10 predic-ti on. According to Goodman: “The 49ers will be improved. They have guards Der-rio Green and Jamar Briscoe back, and forward Chris Braswell is fi nally starti ng to fulfi ll the potenti al label he was tagged with years ago. Look for Georgia transfer DeMario Mayfi eld to come in and make an immediate impact.”

    ESPN’S REGGIE RANKIN LIKES WHAT HE SEES:ESPN Recruiti ng analyst Reggie Rankin likes what he has seen from the 49ers fresh-man class aft er stopping by practi ce. Some ti dbits:Pierria Henry is a strong, tough-minded point guard with good size that moves the ball and has some leadership ability and is a top-notch on-ball defender. “We love Pierria’s toughness and ability to set the tone on defense,” assistant coach Orlando Vandross said. Terrence Williams is a local product that is a long small forward with a knack for scoring on the break and from the midrange areas. “Williams is a wing that provides us with a slasher and is an excellent midrange scorer,” Vandross said. E. Victor Nickerson is an extra long combinati on forward with an excellent basket-ball IQ who makes scoring plays off the dribble, as well as having the ability to fi nd the open man when he draws a second defender. “E. Victor makes high-level plays off the dribble and has a terrifi c basketball IQ,” assistant coach Desmond Oliver said. Mike Thorne (is) the man in the middle who is oozing with potenti al. He has great size, good hands and is a big target in the low post. He scores over his left shoulder and can play facing the basket out to about 15 feet. He is a good area rebounder as well, does a great job following directi ons in practi ce and has the coaching staff very excited. “Mike is a great kid and has such a high ceiling,” assistant coach Ryan Odom said. Says Rankin: “Second-year Charlott e coach Alan Major is doing a great job of re-building the 49ers program. “

    YOUNG ROSTER:The Charlott e 49ers have one of the nati on’s top 20 youngest rosters. Charlott e’s roster of 14 players has a total of 18 years of collegiate playing experience, counti ng junior college experience. That averages out to 1.28 years of experience per player. In terms of experience with the 49ers, that number is even lower. With eight ros-tered players looking to make their 49ers debut, the 49ers average just 1.0 years of 49ers experience (14 players; 14 years of experience with the 49ers).

    EXHIBITION SUCCESS: The 49ers doubled up Belmont Abbey, 104-52, in their lone exhibiti on of the season. 12 diff erent 49ers scored; six of them in double fi gures; and nine players played 15 or more minutes. Two newcomers started: sophomore wing DeMario Mayfi eld and freshman point guard Pierriá Henry while a third (freshman forward E. Victor Nickerson) led the team with 21 minutes played. Ja-varris Barnett led all scorers with 24 points (6-of-7 3FG, including his fi rst six in a row). Charlott e hit 17-of-29 threes (.603). Derrio Green added 12 points; 5 assists, 3 steals, 2 rebounds and a block.

    HISTORY NOTE: The 49ers fi rst-ever NCAA Tournament win came against Central Michigan (W, 91-86 in OT, Mar. 13, 1977, Blooming-ton, Ind.), starti ng the 49ers Cinderella run to the 1977 NCAA Fi-nal Four in their fi rst-ever NCAA appearance. The run included wins over #6 Syracuse and #1 Michigan.

    1977 NCAA TournamentCentral Michigan Bloomington, Ind. First W 91-86 ot #6 Syracuse Lexington, Ky. Second W 81-59 #1 Michigan Lexington, Ky. Reg. Final W 75-68 #10 Marquett e Atlanta, Ga. (Omni) Semifi nal L 49-51 #5 UNLV Atlanta, Ga. (Omni) Third place L 94-106

  • BY THE NUMBERS.729 FT% in 10-11 (2nd, A-10)

    2 Top 30 RPI wins (#29 Tennessee; #24 Xavier)

    4 Consecutive years 49ers have posted a Top 25 win.

    4 Double-fi gure scorers in season-opener vs. NCCU.

    6 Double-fi gure scorers in exhibition win over Belmont Abbey, 104-52.

    6 Preseason A-10 rank ac-cording to CBS Sportsline (Jeff Goodman)

    7 49ers with 1000 career points and 750 career re-bounds. Chris Braswell (647 points; 485 rebounds) could become the 8th.

    10 Double-doubles for the 49ers in A-10 play in 2010-11 (by 5 different players.)

    15 Rebounds shy of 500 ca-reer for junior Chris Braswell (485).

    16 Career double-doubles for junior Chris Braswell (T9th all-time).

    24 Team-high games in dou-ble fi gures for Derrio Green.

    30 Points scored by Jamar Briscoe in his 49ers debut (vs. G-Webb, Nov. 12, 2010).

    49 Points scored in win over #7/#7 Tennessee, matching fewest 49ers have scored in win in school history.

    84% Percent of Javarris Bar-nett’s rebounds that are de-fensive (127 of 151).

    203 Games played at Halton Arena in its 15-year history (151-52; .744). Game #200 was Feb. 16 game vs. Dayton.

    647/485 Career points, re-bounds for junior Chris Bras-well in quest to become 4th 49er with 1000 of each.

    809 Career points for senior Derrio Green.

    INSIDE THE NUMBERS: Charlott e went 10-20 last season but take a deeper look inside the numbers. First, the 49ers played 29 of its 30 games with 8 or less scholarship players. Second, the 49ers posted a top 10 victory (49-48 vs. #7/#7 Tennessee) and the Atlanti c 10’s lone regular-season victory over regular-season champion Xavier. Third, the 49ers went to OT a school-record fi ve ti mes (1-4) and owned a 5-8 record in games decided by six points or less.

    BRASWELL MAKING MARK: With 647 career points and 485 career rebounds in just over two years, Chris Braswell is on his way towards 1000 career points and 1000 career rebounds. He could become just the 8th player in school history to record 1000 career points and 750 rebounds. Only three 49ers in school history have posted 1000 of each: Cedric Maxwell (1824 p; 1117 r) Jarvis Lang (1855 p; 1047 r) Curti s Withers (1750 p; 1042 r)

    GO GREEN: Derrio Green led the team in scoring (13.0 ppg), assists (3.8/gm, 8th in A-10) and FT% (.805, 5th). He scored in double digits a team-high 24 ti mes. He scored a season-high 22 points vs. George Washington (15 in fi nal 2:01). He had a team-high 17 points in the win over Xavier (10-of-10 FT) and scored 21 points in recent wins over Fordham and at Georgia Tech. He recorded his fi rst points-assists double-double with 14 points and 10 assists at St. Bonaventure.

    BRASWELL ON BOARDS: Chris Braswell ranked 12th in the A-10 with 6.9 rebounds and he pulled double-digit boards in 7 A-10 games. He had seven double-doubles, six of which came against A-10 competi ti on. In additi on, he scored in double fi gures in 12 of the last 16 games and 18 overall. He was an A-10 all-Rookie choice in 2009-10 aft er notching 8 double-doubles, the 2nd most ever by a 49ers freshman.

    BUSY BACKCOURT: Guards Derrio Green (35.4, 5th in A-10) and Jamar Briscoe (33.4) both averaged over 33 minutes per game. Both averaged double-digit scoring, ranked in the A-10’s top 10 from the line, pulled at least 3.5 rebounds and ranked 1-2 on the team in assists and steals.

    CHARLOTTE’S TOP A 10 RANKS, 2010 11:3FG% Def.: 2nd .306FT%: 2nd .729DERRIO GREENFT%: 5th .805Minutes: 5th 35.40Assists: 8th 3.803FGM 10th 1.9JAMAR “DEUCE” BRISCOESteals: 7th 1.52FT%: 6th .798JAVARRIS BARNETT3-Point FG%: 10th .400 (48-120)

    DERRIO’S DISH PICTURE PERFECT:Derrio Green averaged a team-best 3.9 assists per game (8th in A-10). 10 assists: 14 points; career-high 10 assists at St. Bonaventure (1st career double-double) 9 assists: at Oregon State and at Georgia Tech. 5 or more assists in eight games. He had just one assist in the win vs. #7/#7 Tennessee, but it came on the game-winning basket as Green drove towards the lane, pulled two defenders and dished to a wide-open Phil Jones for the winning bucket. He hit Javarris Barnett in the corner for an icing three-pointer with 24 seconds left in the comeback at Mercer and found Jones underneath again for a key three-point play in the second OT at Georgia Tech. Earlier in the year, head coach Alan Major kidded with Green that he might want to frame the Charleston Classic box score vs. East Carolina. Green scored 14 points on 5-of-11 shooti ng, dished out a then-career-high 8 assists, had fi ve rebounds, added a steal (and consequent breakaway dunk) and had just two turnovers. “Tonight, he wasn’t a shooter. He was a guard,” Major said.

    PRESEASON ATLANTIC 10 AWARDS/HONORS

    1. Xavier 304 (18)2. Temple 287 (4)3. Saint Louis 239 4. St. Bonaventure 217 5. Richmond 196 6. Dayton 168 7. St. Joseph’s 165 8. George Washington 163 9. Duquesne 151 10. Rhode Island 117 11. Charlott e 115 12. Massachusett s 107 13. La Salle 52 14. Fordham 29

    First TeamTony Taylor, GWAndrew Nicholson, SBURamone Moore, TUJuan Fernandez, TUTu Holloway, XUSecond TeamChris Johnson, UDChris Gaston, FORKwamain Mitchell, SLUKenny Frease, XUMark Lyons, XU

    Third TeamChris Braswell, CHADerrio Green, CHAT.J. McConnell, DUQCarl Jones, SJUScooti e Randall, TU

    All-DefenseT.J. McConnell, DUQDarrius Garrett , URAndrew Nicholson, SBUC.J. Aiken, SJUTu Holloway, XU

    All-RookieCady LaLanne, UMAnthony Lee, TUJusti n Marti n, XUAlonzo Nelson-Odada, URDez Wells, XUJerrell Wright, LAS

  • HOT HALVES IN 2010-11: Jamar Briscoe 20 (1st) Gardner-WebbDerrio Green 19 (2nd) FordhamDerrio Green 18 (2nd) George WashingtonKJ Sherrill 18 (2nd + OT) La SalleJavarris Barnett 16 (1st) La SalleDerrio Green 15 (2nd) Xavier

    HOT HANDS: The 49ers enjoyed their share of strong shooting games in 2010-11: 1.000* (7-7) Phil Jones vs. Radford (career-high 16 points) .875 (7-8) An’Juan Wilderness vs. Richmond (season-high 16 points) .875 (7-8) Chris Braswell vs. Radford (season-hi 18 points) (combined with Jones above for 14-15) .800 (4-5) Phil Jones vs. Winthrop .778 (7-9) Derrio Green vs. Fordham (matched season-high 21 points) .778 (7-9) Javarris Barnett at Mercer (then-career-high 18 points) .700 (7-10) An’Juan Wilderness v. Coastal (season-high 15 points) .700 (7-10) Javarris Barnett at St. Bonaventure (career-high 20 points)* Jones’ perfect night was the most fi eld goals made by a 49er with-out a miss since An’Juan Wilderness went 8-for-8 at Richmond, Feb. 20, 2008. Chris Braswell, 7-for-7 in 2009-10 vs. Winston-Sa-lem State.

    BARNETT A-10 CO-PLAYER OF THE WEEK, 1/3: Javarris Barnett became the fi rst 49er to earn A-10 honors when he was named the A-10 co-Player of the Week, Jan. 3. Barnett averaged 16.5 points and 4.0 rebounds while shooting .600 (12-20) from the fi eld and .636 (7-11) from three-point range in back-to-back come-from-behind wins over Mercer and Georgia Tech.7 game string (Dec. 11-Jan. 8) (5 games in double fi gures): broke his car-hi 3 times (14 at Dav., 18 at Mercer, 20 at St. Bona) 1st double-double of season (20 pts; 10 rebs at SBU) 1st career A-10 Player of the Week (Jan. 3). CHAMPIONSHIP CHATTER: Starting in 2010, a new format was put in place for the Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Championship. The top 12 teams qualify for the Championship; however the fi rst round games are hosted at campus sites of teams seeded #5, #6, #7, and #8, Tuesday, Mar. 6, 2011. The Championship shifts to Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J., Mar. 9-11 with the Championship televised live nationally on CBS Sports.HOME GROWN: Six different 49ers hail from North Carolina while three 49ers (Ja-varris Barnett, Terrence Williams, Lamar Bradbury) call Charlotte home. Barnett played at Victory Christian while Williams went to West Mecklenburg and Bradbury attended Providence High. In ad-dition, KJ Sherrill (Cleveland, N.C./West Rowan) and Colby Lewis (Statesville, N.C./Forsyth Country Day) are from nearby counties while newcomer Mike Thorne (Fayetteville, N.C.) is also a North Carolina native. The Niners have had a nice track record with lo-cal talent, including Lew Massey (South Mecklenburg H.S.) By-ron Dinkins (East Meck), DeMarco Johnson (North Meck), Jobey Thomas (Independence), and Curtis Withers (West Charlotte) who are all in the 49ers all-time Top 10 scorers. Charlotte-native George Jackson (East Meck), has the single-game (45 pts) and single-season (24.5 ppg) marks.HALTON’s 150th WIN; 200th GAME: This is the 16th season of Halton Arena and Charlotte boasts a 151-52 (.744) all-time record in Halton. Win #150 came Feb. 2, 2011 vs. Xavier, 66-62. The 200th all-time game at Halton Arena was Feb. 16 vs. Dayton (L, 51-69).

    CAREER CHARTSTOTAL POINTS

    1. Henry Williams 1988-92 2383 2. Lew Massey 1974-78 2149 3. Chad Kinch 1976-80 2020 4. DeMarco Johnson 1994-98 2005 5. Jarvis Lang 1990-95 1855 6. Cedric Maxwell 1973-77 1824 7. Curtis Withers 2003-06 1750 8. Jobey Thomas 1998-01 1737 9. Leemire Goldwire 2005-08 1677 10. Byron Dinkins 1985-89 1657 11. Melvin Johnson 1980-84 1635 12. Demon Brown 2001-04 1563 13. Robert Earl Blue 1971-74 1536 14. Kevin King 1975-79 1517 15. Phil Ward 1978-82 1309 16. Keith Williams 1983-87 1240 17. Diego Guevara 1997-01 1210 18. Ben Basinger 1966-70 1127 19. Norris Dae 1968-72 1100 20. De’Angelo Alexander 2006-07 1073 21. Eddie Basden 2002-05 1066 22. Shanderic Downs 1993-97 1059 23. George Jackson 1973-75 1019 24. Bobby Potts 1979-82 968 25. Roderick Howard 1993-97 944 26. Jeff West 1985-89 936 27. Delano Johnson 89-92,93-94 928 28. Lamont Mack 2007-09 908 29. Rodney Odom 1991-94 905 30. Bob Lemmond 1966-69 897 -- Derrio Green 2010-11 809 -- Chris Braswell 2010-11 647

    REBOUNDS 1. Cedric Maxwell 1973-77 1117 2. Jarvis Lang 1990-95 1047 3. Curtis Withers 2003-06 1042 4. DeMarco Johnson 1994-98 926 5. Norris Dae 1968-72 858 6. Ben Basinger 1966-70 788 7. Eddie Basden 2002-05 765 8. Melvin Johnson 1980-84 740 Lew Massey 1974-78 740 10. Kevin King 1975-79 739 11. Bob Lemmond 1966-69 705 12. Rodney Odom 1991-94 699 13. Cedric Ball 1987-90 648 14. Tremaine Gardiner 1995-00 617 15. Ray Gromlowicz 1983-87 580 -- Chris Braswell 2010-11 485

    Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Jobey Thomas 1998-02 346 2. Leemire Goldwire 2005-08 343 3. Demon Brown 2001-04 341 4. Henry Williams 1988-92 308 5. Diego Guevara 1997-00 235 6. Brendan Plavich 2004-05 211 7. Ian Andersen 2007-10 195 8. Shanderic Downs 1993-97 179 9. De’Angelo Alexander 2006-07 174 10. Roderick Howard 1993-97 162 11. Byron Dinkins 1985-89 139 12. DERRIO GREEN 2010- 137 13. Lamont Mack 2007-09 12814. James Terrell 1990-93 117 15. Andre Davis 1992-97 107 Curtis Nash 2001-03 107

    FREE THROWS MADE 1. Jarvis Lang 1990-91, ‘92-95 538 2. DeMarco Johnson 1994-98 497 3. Cedric Maxwell 1973-77 484 4. Henry Williams 1988-92 481 5. Curtis Withers 2003-06 466 6. Robert Earl Blue 1971-74 356 7. Melvin Johnson 1980-84 355 8. Leemire Goldwire 2005-08 322 9. Chad Kinch 1976-80 318 10. Lew Massey 1974-78 317 11. Keith Williams 1983-87 299 12. Eddie Basden 2001-05 294 13. Phil Ward 1978-82 289 14. Roderick Howard 1993-97 266 15. Jobey Thomas 1998-02 263 -- Chris Braswell 2010-11 213 -- Derrio Green 2010-11 175

    CAREER CHARTSFREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 200 ATT.)

    1. Roderick Howard 1993-97 .878 2. Jobey Thomas 1998-02 .854 3. Diego Guevara 1997-01 .837 4. Bobby Potts 1979-82 .826 5. Henry Williams 1988-92 .8222 6. Sean Colson 1996-98 .8217 7. Leemire Goldwire 2005-08 .815 8. Derrio Green 2010-11 .805 9. Melvin Johnson 1980-84 .791 10. Robert Earl Blue 1971-74 .781 11. Chad Kinch 1976-80 .779

    ASSISTS (SINCE 1972) 1. Keith Williams 1983-87 515 2. Byron Dinkins 1985-89 513 3. Delano Johnson 1989-92; ‘93-94 496 4. DiJuan Harris 2007-10 474 4. Jeff West 1985-89 448 5. Sean Colson 1996-98 427 6. Demon Brown 2001-04 418 7. Phil Ward 1978-82 407 8. Henry Williams 1988-92 385 9. Chad Kinch 1976-80 376 Melvin Watkins 1973-77 376 11. Mitchell Baldwin 2001-06 371 12. Diego Guevara 1997-01 370 13. Cedrick Broadhurst 1989-93 332 14. Eddie Basden 2001-05 314 15. Leemire Goldwire 2004-08 266 -- Derrio Green 2010-11 187

    STEALS (SINCE 1972) 1. Eddie Basden 2002-05 264 2. Keith Williams 1983-87 236 3. Phil Ward 1978-82 221 4. Leemire Goldwire 2005-08 190 5. Delano Johnson1989-92; ‘93-94 189 6. Henry Williams 1988-92 181 7. Jeff West 1985-89 150 8. Demon Brown 2001-04 149 Jarvis Lang 1990-91; ‘92-95 149 10. Cedrick Broadhurst 1990-93 141 11. Curtis Withers 2002-06 134 12. DeMarco Johnson 1994-98 128 13. Mitchell Baldwin 2001-06 126 14. Byron Dinkins 1985-89 124 15. Jobey Thomas 1998-02 117 DiJuan Harris 2007-10 117 -- Derrio Green 2010-11 89

    DOUBLE-DOUBLES (PTS-REBS) 1. Jarvis Lang 1990-91; ‘92-95 53 2. Curtis Withers 2003-06 46 3. Cedric Maxwell 1973-77 41 4. DeMarco Johnson 1994-97 35 5. Norris Dae 1969-72 25 6. Cedric Ball 1987-90 20 7. Robert Earl Blue 1972-74 19 8. Cam Stephens 2000-02 18 9. Chris Braswell 2009-11 16 Rodney Odom 1991-94 16 Melvin Johnson 1980-84 16 Freshman Double-Doubles 1. Jarvis Lang 1990-91 15 2. CHRIS BRASWELL 2009-01 8 3. Clinton Hinton 1984-85 7 4. Curtis Withers 2002-03 3 Rodney White 2000-01 3 Kevin King 1976-77 3 Cedric Maxwell 1973-74 3

  • HOME AT HALTON: The 49ers have won at least 10 home games in 11 of the 15 seasons and average 10.0 wins per sea-son at Halton Arena. The Arena record is 12 wins posted in 2007-08 and 2004-05. The 49ers have advanced to post-season play in 10 of the 15 years that they have called Halton home. Overall the Niners boast a 151-52 (.744) record and are in the 16th year at Halton. 1996-97 10-2 NCAA 2nd; White Div. Champs1997-98 10-1 NCAA 2nd1998-99 11-2 NCAA 2nd; C-USA Champ1999-00 9-3 NIT2000-01 10-2 NCAA 2nd; C-USA Champ2001-02 11-3 NCAA 1st2002-03 11-4 2003-04 10-3 NCAA 1st; C-USA co-champ2004-05 12-2 NCAA; Record 10 straight wins2005-06 9-6 NIT; A-10 runner-up2006-07 10-42007-08 12-2 NIT (Also 1-1 at Bobcats)2008-09 9-62009-10 10-5 W, 74-64 vs. #15/#15 Temple2010-11 6-7 (also 1-0 at TWC Arena)2011-12 1-014th yr. 151-52 7 NCAA Trips; 3 NIT

    TENNESSEE RECAP: Phil Jones converted an open layup with 7.4 seconds left to give Charlotte a 49-48 victory over #7/#7 Tennessee, Friday at Time Warner Cable Arena. Charlotte scored the fi nal seven points to post the victory. Trailing by six, Javarris Barnett hit a three-pointer to cut the lead in half. After a pair of UT turnovers, Deuce Briscoe (14 pts.) hit two free throws for a one-point game, 48-47, at 00:28. The Vols missed the front end of a one-and-one to set up the fi nal play. Derrio Green (13 pts.) brought the ball up and drove and dished to Jones wide open underneath for the game-winner.

    MORE ON THE TOP 10 WIN:The 49ers win over #7/#7 Tennessee gave the unranked 49ers a top 20 win in each of the last four seasons and a 5-6 record overall against ranked foes over those four years. Charlotte has won its last

    two home games vs. a ranked opponent and its last two home games against a top 10 opponent. It was the 49ers fi rst top 10 win since 2003-04, when they posted three top 10 wins. It is the highest-ranked opponent Charlotte has beaten since top-ping #3/#3 Cincinnati, 62-60, at home, Jan. 14, 1999. Charlotte posted a 96-92 victory at #7/#7 Syracuse, Nov. 26, 2003.

    MORE ON THE TOP 10 WIN:Charlotte defeated #7/#7 Tennessee, while shooting 30% from the fl oor and scoring a season-low 49 points. In fact, the 49ers set season-lows for points, FG% (.302) and FG made (16). The 49 points matches the fewest points the 49ers have scored in a win in school his-tory. Tennessee shot .349, the fi rst time this season they were held under 40% shooting. They hit a season-low 2 three-pointers and 2 free throws (2-of-7). Char-lotte matched its then-season-low with 13 FTA, making 12.

    TOP 25 WINS:Charlotte, who topped #7/#7 Tennessee, this year, posted a pair of top 20 wins, last season and has earned at least one Top 25 victory in each of the last four seasons:Top 25 wins in four straight seasons:2010-11: W, 49-48 vs. #7/#7 Tennessee2009-10 (2): W, 87-65 at #20/#18 Louisville W, 74-64 vs. #15/#15 Temple2008-09: W, 65-60 vs. #16/#17 Xavier2007-08: W, 82-72 at #18/#19 Clemson

    THE LAST 13 YEARS VS TOP 25 OPPONENTS:Top 25 (13-32); Top 10 (6-15); Top 5 (1-6)Home: 7-11 Away: 5-16 Neutral: 1-42010-11vs. #7/#7 Tennessee W, 49-482009-10vs. #15/#15 Temple W, 74-64at #16/#15 Tennessee L, 71-88vs. --/#20 Georgia Tech L, 67-76at #20/#18 Louisville W, 87-65at #9/#8 Duke L, 59-1012008-09vs. #16/#17 Xavier W, 65-60at #10/#10 Xavier L, 47-69vs. #14 Arizona State (n) L, 56-842007-08vs. #12/#13 Xavier L, 60-62at #18/#19 Clemson W, 82-722006-07at #17/#14 Syracuse L, 67-792005-06at #7/#6 George Washington L, 85-86 OTvs. #16/#18 G. Washington L, 69-83vs. #18/#17 Indiana L, 54-712004-05at #9/#9 Louisville L, 82-94vs. #18/#17 Cincinnati W, 91-90at #25/#25 Marquette W, 76-66at #20/#18 Cincinnati L, 58-80vs. #22/#22 Alabama L, 101-102 (3OT)2003-04vs. #12/#15 Cincinnati L, 67-75vs. #9/#9 Louisville W, 77-71at #8/#7 Cincinnati W, 86-83at #7/#7 Syracuse W, 96-922002-03at #15/#15 Louisville L, 59-100at #11/#12 Marquette L, 67-75vs. #21/#21 Marquette L, 64-67vs. #19/#25 Louisville L, 59-80at #17/#18 Indiana L, 60-702001-02vs. #5/#5 Cincinnati (C-USA) L, 55-71at #9/#9 Marquette L, 52-66vs. #6/#5 Cincinnati L, 66-85at #10/#12 Cincinnati L, 58-71vs. #25/#25 Marquette W, 76-68vs. #5/#4 Florida (at Miami) L, 52-73vs. #22/#20 Indiana L, 61-652000-01at #25 Cincinnati L, 66-76vs. #4 Illinois (NCAA) L, 61-791999-00vs. #1/#1 Cincinnati L, 62-70at #23/#23 DePaul L, 75-77at #3/#3 Cincinnati L, 54-811998-99at. #7/#6 North Carolina L, 73-75 (ot)vs. #3/#3 Cincinnati W, 62-60at #9/#6 Cincinnati L, 69-82vs. #7/#7 Cincinnati (C-USA) W, 55-52

    2010-11 Charlott e 49ers ScheduleNovember Fri. 12 GARDNER-WEBB L, 70-78 Sat. 13 SC STATE W, 90-81 18-21 at Charleston Classic Thu. 18 vs. George Mason MASN L, 56-78 Fri. 19 vs. ECU MASN W, 74-63 Sun. 21 vs. Coastal Carolina L, 75-79 2ot Wed. 24 at Oregon State FSN NW L, 70-83 Sat. 27 RADFORD W, 73-52December Wed. 1 at East Carolina L, 61-62 Tues. 7 WINTHROP W, 68-57 Sat. 11 at Davidson L, 68-82 Fri. 17 #7/#7 TENNESSEE^ CBS C W, 49-48 Wed. 22 WRIGHT STATE W, 57-53 Thurs. 30 at Mercer W, 64-63January Sun. 2 at Georgia Tech MASN W, 86-83 2ot Wed. 5 at Richmond* L, 59-71 Sat. 8 at St. Bonaventure* MASN L, 88-92 3ot Sat. 15 FORDHAM* W, 71-61 Wed. 19 MASSACHUSETTS* L, 54-73 Sat. 22 at Duquesne* CBS CR L, 67-83 Wed. 26 at Temple* CBS CR L, 67-76 Sat. 29 LA SALLE* L, 86-91 2otFebruary Wed. 2 XAVIER* FS Ohio W, 66-62 Sat. 5 GEORGE WASHINGTON* (HC) L, 67-73 Sat. 12 at Rhode Island* Cox/MASN L, 70-71 ot Wed. 16 DAYTON* (Halton’s 200th) L, 51-69 Sat. 19 at Saint Louis* L, 56-61 Wed. 23 at George Washington* L, 57-74 Sat. 26 RICHMOND* L, 59-72March Wed. 2 at Xavier* CBS CR L, 54-69 Sat. 5 SAINT JOSEPH’S* (Senior Day) L, 70-71* - Atlanti c 10 game^ - played at Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlott e, N.C.

  • RECORD WHEN THE 49ERS ... :The 49ers win the tip ................................................... .. 0-0The 49ers lose the tip .................................................... 1-0Play overtime ................................................................. 0-0Play at home ................................................................... 1-0Play on the road ............................................................. 0-0Play at 6:00 p.m. or later ................................................ 1-0Play before 6:00 p.m. ..................................................... 0-0Lead at the half ............................................................... 1-0Trail at the half ............................................................... 0-0 Tied at the half ............................................................... 0-0Lead with 5:00 .............................................................. 1-0Trail with 5:00 ................................................................ 0-0Tied with 5:00 ................................................................ 0-0Score 60+ points ............................................................ 1-0Score 80+ points ............................................................ 0-0Score less than 60 points ................................................ 0-0Outrebound the opponent ............................................... 1-0Are outrebounded ........................................................... 0-0Shoot 50% or better .........................................................00Shoot 40% or better ....................................................... 1-0Shoot under 40% ............................................................ 0-0Opponent shoots 50% or better ...................................... 0-0Opponent shoots 40% or better ...................................... 1-0Opponent shoots under 40% .......................................... 0-0Shoot 35% or better from three-point range .................. 1-0Shoot under 35% from three-point range ....................... 0-0Hit 8 or more threes ....................................................... 0-0Hit 7 or less threes .......................................................... 1-0Have 15 or more turnovers ............................................ 1-0Have less than 15 turnovers ........................................... 0-0Have more assists than turnovers ................................... 0-0Force more turnovers ..................................................... 1-0Force fewer turnovers .................................................... 0-0Turnovers are tied .......................................................... 0-0

    STARTING LINEUPS (8 in 2010-11):Barnett, Mayfi eld, Braswell, Green, Henry ................... 1-0

    MAJOR’S FIRST CLASS; EARNS HIGH PRAISE FROM PUNDITS:Alan Major wasted no time in making an impact on the recruiting scene, signing a trio of talent in the early signing period to make up his fi rst recruiting class for the 2011-12 sea-son. Major signed 6-4, 185 lb. guard Terrence Williams (Charlotte, N.C./West Mecklen-burg), 6-7; 200 lb. forward E. Victor Nickerson (Atlanta, Ga./Norcross) and 6-10, 240 lb. center Mike Thorne (Fayetteville, N.C./Trinity Christian) to National Letters of Intent. “All of these guys possess high character,” said Major, “and they love the game. They wanted to be a part of this fi rst class here at Charlotte and that’s exciting to us.” “Coach Major and his staff did a remarkable job in a little amount of time making inroads in North Carolina and Charlotte in particular. And then to add Nickerson, who has bordered on that top 100-type player, this is an outstanding class,” said ESPN.com’s National Recruiting Director Paul Biancardi. “What impresses me the most is this class has enormous versatility, athleticism and promising prospects that have a ceiling to grow individually and collectively as a group. It’s an exciting class.”

    Terrence Williams (Charlotte, N.C./West Mecklenburg); 6-4, 185 lb. guard Williams, a member of the Carolina Elite AAU team, averaged 24.5 points, 10 rebounds and was named the Mountain Island Regional Player of the Year as a junior last season. The versatile guard added 3.0 assists, 2.0 steals and 1.4 blocks to earn all-conference honors. “Whenever you can bring in a local product, it’s exciting and we defi nitely wanted a guy from Charlotte in our fi rst class. Now, we hope he’s just the fi rst of many,” said Major. “(Williams) had an outstanding junior season. He’s a well-rounded player who can shoot the ball, handle the ball and he’s a better passer than he gets credit for. At 6-4, he’s got long arms, as well, and has the potential to be a great defender.” “(He’s) a versatile scoring guard who can knock down shots from 3-point range and has a dependable mid-range game as well,” Biancardi said. “Add in his ability to get to the basket and it’s this versatility that will make him a potent scorer in the Atlantic 10.”

    E. Victor Nickerson (Atlanta, Ga./Norcross); 6-7; 200 lb. forwardNickerson, who plays for the Georgia Stars, averaged more than 10 points and fi ve re-bounds as a junior in helping Norcross to 23 wins. He has been ranked in ESPN’s top 100 and Rivals.com ranks him at #133 in their top 150. “Victor’s an outstanding all-around basketball player,” Major said. “He has great size and the ability to shoot the ball and pass the ball and he has a great basketball I.Q. He comes from a strong basketball background at Norcross. Someone with that type of well-rounded ability is exciting to bring in.” “Nickerson brings great versatility to Charlotte’s perimeter,” writes ESPN recruit-ing analyst Reggie Rankin, noting Nickerson’s rank as the 17th-best small forward in the nation. “He has great size and length at 6-foot-7, but his skill level is what makes him special. Nickerson can handle the ball, is an excellent passer and has great court vision.” “Victor can infl uence the game without scoring with his passing, ball handling and ability to guard multiple positions,” added Biancardi.

    Mike Thorne (Fayetteville, N.C./Trinity Christian); 6-10, 240 lb. centerThorne, who has a 7-2 wing span, averaged 5.0 points and 6.2 rebounds and 1.3 blocks as a junior. Thorne is ranked as the 24th-best center prospect by ESPN’s College Basketball Recruiting. His stock rose during the summer while playing for the North Carolina Force, especially at the AAU Nationals in Orlando, and is considered a player to watch this win-ter. He will help strengthen the Niners frontcourt, which will lose 6-10 senior center Phil Jones and senior forward Shamari Spears “Mike’s one of those guys who grew as a player last summer and it happened in a hurry,” said ESPN.com recruiting expert Dave Telep. “The natural skills were there, but it was his aggressiveness that led Charlotte to offer him a scholarship. He’s the defi nition of a late bloomer, an introverted junior who began to understand what he could do with the game and he cranked it up. Mike’s a long-term stock and one that should pay dividends.” “He could wind up being the sleeper in this whole deal,” Telep told The Charlotte Observer. “Thorne has really improved,” echoed Biancardi. “When you can get somebody who is 6-9 and athletic who works at his game, that’s exciting for Charlotte.” “Mike has a world of potential,” said Major. “The exciting thing about Mike, he has a strong work ethic and a hunger to improve. He has some nice moves in the post and, with his size, he has the ability to be a good shot blocker and someone who can alter shots. We’re defi nitely excited about his upside.”

  • 2010-11 MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICSCharges Taken: 0Dunks: 3, Mayfi eld, Braswell, GreenThirty Point Games: 0Twenty Point Games (includes 30-point games): 0Double-Figure Scoring: 4, Braswell, Mayfi eld, Green, BarnettDouble-Figure Rebounding: 2, Braswell, BarnettDouble-Figure Assists: 0Double-Doubles: 2, Braswell, BarnettLed 49ers in Scoring: Braswell Led 49ers in Rebounding: BraswellLed 49ers in Assists: HenryLed 49ers in Blocks: BraswellLed 49ers in Steals: HenryMost Consecutive Free Throws Made: Multiple games: xxx Last year: 28, Green (Winthrop 3, Davidson 2, Tennessee 6, Wright State 2; Georgia Tech 8; SBU 2; Fordham 2; UMass 3) Current streaks: Mayfi eld, 4

    Game: xxx Last year: 11, Sherrill (14-18) vs. La Salle; 10, Green (10-of-10) vs. Xavier

    Most Points ........................................................... 73 vs. NC Central, 11/11/11 (W, 73-57)Fewest Points ........................................................ xxMargin of Victory ................................................. 16 (73-57), vs. NC Central, 11/11/11 Margin of Loss...................................................... xxxMost Points Allowed ............................................ xxFewest Points Allowed ........................................ 57 vs. NC Central, 11/11/11Most First Half Points ......................................... 35, vs. NC Central, 11/11/11Points in a Half .................................................... 38, 2nd half vs. NC Central, 11/11/11 Fewest points in a half ......................................... 35, 1st vs. NC Central, 11/11/11Most First Half Points, Opponent ...................... 34, NC Central, 11/11/11Points in a Half, Opponent ................................. 34, 1st half, NC Central, 11/11/11Fewest points in a half, Opponent ...................... 23, 2nd half, NC Central, 11/11/11Largest Lead at Any Time: ............................... 20 (73-53) at 00:57 vs. NC Central, 11/11/11 Largest fi rst half lead: ....................................... 3, (32-29) at 2:44 vs NC Central, 11/11/11Largest Halftime lead: ........................................ 1, 35-34 vs. NC Central, 11/11/11Largest Defi cit at Any Time: .............................. 13, (8-21) at 11:22 vs. NC Central, 11/11/11Largest First Half Defi cit: .................................. 13, (8-21) at 11:22 vs. NC Central, 11/11/11Largest Halftime Defi cit: .................................... xxxxLargest Defi cit Overcome to Win: ...................... 13, (8-21) at 11:22 vs. NC Central, 11/11/11Largest Halftime Defi cit Overcome to Win: ..... xxLargest 2nd Half Defi cit Overcome to Win: ..... xxLargest defi cit in Final 5:00/OT in a Win: ........ xxLargest Lead Surrendered in a Loss: ................ xxLargest Halftime Lead in a Loss: ...................... xxLargest Second Half Lead in a Loss: ................. xxLargest Lead in Final 5:00/OT in a Loss: ......... xxMost Consecutive Points Scored, Team (10-0 run or better): 1 (4 times in 2010-11) 10, 10-0 run to erase 2 pt-defi cit (32-34) and take 8-pt lead (42-34) spanning halves, vs. NC Central, 11/11/11Most Consecutive Points Scored by an Opponent (10-0 run or better): 1 (11 times in 2010-11) 11, 11-0 run to erase 3-pt defi cit (2-5) and take 8-pt lead (13-5) in 1st half by NC Central, 11/11/11

  • BARNETT

    #00

    JAVARRIS

    6-7; Sr. G/FCharlotte, N.C./Victory Christian

    JAVARRISBARNETT

    Quick FactsNotched third career double-double (10 p; 10 r) v. NCCUStarted fi nal 24 games of 2010-117 of his 11 double-fi gure games (‘10-11) came in A-10 competitionRanked among 2011 A-10 top 10 three-point shooters (.400)2011’s Most Improved Player (in place of annual MVP award)

    2011-1210.0 ppg; 10.0 rpg; .333 FG%; .333 3FG%; .000 FT%; 34.0 min

    Double-double in season debut (10 pts; 10 rebs) v NCCU 1st season; 3rd of career

    2010-118.0 ppg; 5.0 rpg; .412 FG%; .400 3FG%; .800 FT%; 28.4 minA-10: 8.9 ppg; 4.8 rpg; 30.9 mins

    Started last 24 gamesCareer-high 20 points with 10 rebounds at St. BonaventureA-10 co-Player of the Week, 1/3 (16.5 ppg; 4.0 rpg; .600 FG%) then-car. hi 18 pts (7-9 FG; 4-5 3FG) at Mercer 15 pts ; 6 rebs (5-11 FG; 3-6 3FG) at Georgia Tech 49ers lone A-10 Player of the Week, 10-1110th in A-10 with .400 3FG% (48-120)Double fi gures in 11 games; 7 vs. A-10 foesOne double-double (1st of season; 2nd of career) Car-hi 20 pts, sea-hi 10 rebs at SBU (7-10 FG; 6-9 3FG)5.0 rebs; 4.2 Defensive rebounds/gm 84% of Barnett’s boards are defensive (127 of 151) 19 gms w/ 5+ (car-hi 10 at SBU; Tenn 8, 5 games w/ 7)Baseline drive/dunk at ECU; breakaway dunk at Davidson

    2009-102.4 ppg; .364 3FG% (12-33); 7.4 minutes; 20 gamesBig games in his two games of 20+ minutes 12 pts (4-of-7 3FG); 8 rebs in 24 mins. at GW 1st career double-double (10 pt; 11 reb); 21 min at Richmond2nd on team: .364 3FG%, 12-33; 12 of 16 baskets were 3FGsUnder 10 mins in 16 games played

    2008-09 SEASON:2.3 ppg; 1.5 rpg; .292 FG%; .254 3FG%; 28 games; 0 starts

    4 gms of 20+ mins; avg. 4.0 pts; 4.8 rebs in those games

    PERSONAL:

    Born Sept. 9, 1989parents are James and Penny BarnettBrothers Andre and KinardCriminal Justice major

    CAREER HIGHS 2011-12 HIGHS Points 20, at St. Bonaventure 10, vs. NCCURebounds 11, at Richmond 10, vs. NCCUAssists 4, Xavier 2, vs. NCCUSteals 2, fi ve times 0Blocks 2, at Richmond; vs. Dayton 0FGM 7, three times 4, vs. NCCUFGA 15, La Salle 12, vs. NCCU3FGM 6, at St. Bona. 2, vs. NCCU.3FGA 11, La Salle 6, vs. NCCUFTM 4, vs. G. Wash; SLU 0FTA 4, fi ve times 0

    Javarris Barnett Career StatsYear G-S FG-A PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-A PCT O-D-REBS-AVG. PF-D AST TO BK ST PTS-AVG.2008-09 28-0 21-72 .292 15-59 .254 7-9 .778 15-28-43- 1.5 14-0 10 11 4 5 64- 2.32009-10 29-1 16-42 .381 12-33 .364 3-6 .500 12-26-38- 1.9 14-0 6 12 5 2 47- 2.42010-11 30-25 82-199 .412 48-120 .400 28-35 .800 24-127-151- 5.0 64-1 26 52 8 19 240- 8.02011-12 1-1 4-12 .333 2-6 .333 0-0 .000 3-7-10-10.0 3-0 2 3 0 0 10-10.0Totals 88-27 123-325 .378 77-218 .353 38-50 .760 54-188-242- 2.8 95-1 44 78 17 26 360- 4.1

    A-10 Stats:2008-09 16-0 13-44 .295 8-34 .235 4-4 1.000 9-13-22- 1.4 9-0 8 5 2 3 38- 2.42009-10 12-0 11-28 .393 8-23 .348 2-4 .500 9-21-30- 2.5 9-0 6 8 4 1 32- 2.72010-11 16-16 48-125 .384 30-78 .385 17-19 .895 13-64-77- 4.8 39-1 14 30 4 9 143- 8.9

  • BRASWELL

    #35

    CHRIS

    6-8; Jr.; FCapitol Heights, Md.

    Hargrave Military

    CHRISBRASWELL

    Quick FactsCould become 3rd 49er ever with 1000 career points and boards Currently: 647 points; 485 rebounds Other three: Cedric Maxwell; Jarvis Lang; Curtis Withers16 career double-doubles (T9th all-time)15 rebs. shy of 500 (485)

    2011-12Overall: 11.1 ppg; 6.9 rpg; .438 FG%; .714 FT%

    Double-double is season-opener (19 p; 12 r); 1st season; 16th career (T9 all-time)

    2010-11Overall: 11.1 ppg; 6.9 rpg; .438 FG%; .714 FT%A-10: 12.4 ppg; 7.2 rpg; .424 FG%; .730 FT%7 double-doubles (6 in A-10 games)

    12th in A-10 in rebs (6.9); 2.4 offensive rebounds team-hi 6.9 reb/game (12th in A10) (hi: 14 at Richmond) 8 games in double fi gure rebounds (7 in A-10 play)19 gms (7-12) scoring in double fi gures (13 of last 17): hi of 18 vs. Radford; Richmond; Duq.154 FTA (5.1/gm) (110-154; .714)forced 2nd OT at Ga. Tech with basket at :13.9 pts; 9 rebs vs. Mercer: 3 rebs; 1 blk during three Mercer possessions between 2:50 (one-point lead) and 00:24 (JB’s icing 3). vs. SC State: 11-17 FT (tied car.-hi FTM; set career-high FTA)Preseason 2010-11 all-Atlantic 10 3rd team Charleston Classic: 10.7 ppg; 8.0 rpg; .364 FG; .800 FT2009-109.5 ppg; 8.6 rpg; .464 FG%; .760 FT%; 8 double-doubles2010 A-10 all-Rookie Team; 3-time A-10 Rookie of the Week

    2010 A-10 all-Rookie Team (joins An’Juan Wilderness, ‘08)3-time A-10 Rookie of Week (T2nd; Chris Gaston, Fordham 4)Eight double-doubles (2nd all-time among 49ers freshmen) (sch. record: 15, Jarvis Lang)Vs. 5 ranked opponents: 10.8 ppg; 10.8 rpg; .559 FG% at least 9 rebounds in 4 of 5 (14 vs. UL; 11 vs. Ga Tech) Game-hi 21 pts; game-hi 14 rebs in win at #20/#18 LouisvilleTeam-high 8.6 rebounds (4th in A-10) (last frosh to lead 49ers in rebs: Jarvis Lang, 10.6, ‘90-91)12 games with double-fi gure rebounds 5 gms w/14+ rebs (tied with J. Lang for most by 49ers frosh)

    Chris Braswell’s Career StatsYear G-S FG-A PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-A PCT O-D-REBS-AVG. PF-D AST TO BK ST PTS-AVG.2009-10 31-28 98-211 .464 0-2 .000 98-129 .760 89-177-266- 8.6 78-0 31 68 20 20 294- 9.52010-11 30-28 109-249 .438 6-23 .261 110-154 .714 71-136-207- 6.9 98-6 31 75 21 22 334-11.12011-12 1-1 7-10 .700 0-0 .000 5-9 .556 2-10-12-12.0 4-0 2 5 3 0 19-19.0Totals: 62-57 214-470 .455 6-25 .240 213-292 .729 162-323-485- 7.8 180-6 64 148 44 42 647-10.4A-10 Stats:2009-10 16-15 53-118 .449 0-1 .000 64-78 .821 48-87-135- 8.4 45-0 16 36 12 12 170-10.62010-11 16-15 70-165 .424 5-17 .294 54-74 .730 42-73-115- 7.2 55-4 18 39 10 11 199-12.4

    PERSONALBorn Dec. 18, 1989full name is Christopher Len Braswell Mother is Lisa BraswellFather: Charles Craig, is deceased; Dwight Jeffersonhas two older sisters: Mine Braswell and Brittany JacksonMajor: Africana Studies

    CAREER HIGHS 2011-121 HIGHS Points 21, at #20/#18 Louisville 19, vs. NCCURebounds 15, vs. WS St; vs. Duq. 12, vs. NCCUAssists 4, vs. Coastal 2, vs. NCCUSteals 4, at La Salle 0Blocks 3, vs. Winthrop; vs. NCCU 3, vs. NCCUFGM 9, at #20/#18 L’Ville; atRich 7, vs. NCCUFGA 15, vs. Richmond 10, vs. NCCUFG% 1.000 (7-7) vs. Winston-Salem State3FGM 2, vs. Richmond 03FGA 3, at Davidson; UMass 0FTM 11, vs. Rich; SC State 5, vs. NCCUFTA 17, vs. SC State 9, vs. NCCUFT%: 1.000, 9-9 at La Salle (11-12 vs. Richmond)

    2010-11 Double Doubles: (6; 5 A-10*) *16 pts; 10 rebs vs. Saint Joseph’s *15 pts; 10 rebs at George Washington *17 pts; 10 rebs at Rhode Island *18 pts; 11 rebs at Duquesne *10 pts; 10 rebs vs. Fordham *18 pts; 14 rebs at Richmond 12 pts; 11 rebs. vs. Coastal Carolina

  • 5-10; Jr.; GBaltimore, Md./Cardinal Gibbons

    NC Central University

    JAMAR “DEUCE”BRISCOE

    QUICK FACTS49ers debut: 30 points vs. Gardner-Webb (20 in 1st half)Led 2010-11 team 5 games of 20+ pts (1-4)Nation’s 2nd-leading freshman scorer in 2008-09 17.8 scoring average as freshman at NC Central; 535 pointsSat out 2009-10 after transferring to Charlotte

    2011-12 2.0 ppg; 4.0 rpg; 1.0 apg; 1.0 spg; 17.0 mpg

    17 mins in season opener (2 pts; 4 reb; 1 ast)

    2010-11 12.5 ppg; 3.9 rpg; .395 FG%; .354 3FG%; .798 FT%; 3.0 apg; 1.5 spgA-10 ranks: FT%: .798; 6th; steals: 1.52; 7th

    Double fi gures in 18 games (7 of 1st 9; 1 of next 6; 10 of last 14) team-hi fi ve games with 20+; including one game w/ 30+Back-to-back 20 point games vs. A-10 teams 20 pts (5-10 FG; 2-5 3FG) vs. Fordham 20 pts (7-14 FG; 2-4 3FG) at St. Bonaventure Game-high 14 pts; 4 asts in 49-48 win vs. #7/#7 Tennessee 44 steals (1.52, 7th)79-99 FT (.798; 6th)5 games (1-4) with 20 or more points 30 points in his 49ers debut (vs. GWebb) 9-17 FG; 4-6 3FG; 8-9 FT) 20 points vs. George Mason (6-12 FG; 8-10 FT) 20 points at Oregon State (6-13 FG; 5-10 3FG); 5 asts 20 points at St. Bonaventure (7-14 FG; 2-4 3FG; 4-4 FT) 20 points vs. Fordham (5-10 FG; 2-5 3FG; 8-10 FT)

    2008-09 (NC Central)17.8 ppg; 2.6 apg; 1.8 spg

    Nation’s 2nd-leading freshman scorer in 2008-09 17.8 scoring average as freshman at NC Central; 535 points Trailed Liberty’s Seth Curry (now playing at Duke)1st freshman in school history to score over 500 pts (535 pts) 2008-09 Div I Men’s Independent Newcomer of the Year Heritage Sports Radio Network (HRSN) Div. I Rookie of Year1st team Black College Men’s Division I all-America2nd team Div. I Men’s Basketball Independent all-AmericaCollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshman all-America CollegeHoops.net all-Freshman second teamscored 20 or more points 11 times; fi ve games over 30 pointshigh of 37 points vs. Longwood; 34 vs. Duquesne; 28 at NC State, 26 at High Point; 24 vs. Arkansas.

    PERSONALFull name: Jamar Michael BriscoeBorn: Feb. 26, 1990Nicknamed “Deuce”parents are Trinita and David Stanleythe second of 8 children: Jeffrey, Jerrell, Jason, Jerod, Jacob, Jameka, JadaMajor: History

    CAREER HIGHS 2011-12 HIGHSPoints 30, vs. Gardner-Webb 2, vs NCCURebounds 8, vs. SC St; at Ga Tech 4, vs NCCUAssists 7, vs. Radford 1, vs NCCUSteals 4, three times 1, vs NCCUBlocks 0 0FGM 9, vs. Gardner-Webb 1, vs NCCUFGA 17, vs. Gardner-Webb 5, vs NCCU3FGM 5, at Oregon State 03FGA 10, at Oregon State 2, vs NCCUFTM 8, three times 0FTA 10, three times 0

    BRISCOE

    #10 JAMAR “DEUCE”

    Jamar Briscoe’s Career StatsYear G-S FG-A PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-A PCT O-D-REBS-AVG. PF-D AST TO BK ST PTS-AVG.2010-11 29-28 119-301 .395 45-127 .354 79-99 .798 11-101-112- 3.9 67-2 87 86 0 44 362-12.52011-12 1-0 1-5 .200 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 1-3-4- 4.0 2-0 1 1 0 1 2- 2.0Totals: 30-28 120-306 .393 45-129 .349 79-99 .798 12-104-116- 3.9 69-2 88 87 0 45 364-12.1A-10 Stats:2010-11 15-14 63-145 .434 25-63 .397 28-36 .778 7-48-55- 3.7 35-1 37 40 0 18 179-11.9

  • GREEN

    #1 D

    ERRIO

    6-0; Sr. GPanama City, Fla./Mosley H.S.

    Gulf Coast C.C.

    GREENDERRIO

    Quick Facts809 career pts (191 shy of 1000)187 career asts (79 shy of all-time top 15)89 career steals (28 shy of all-time top 15)137 career 3FG; 12th all-time (11th: Byron Dinkins, 139)Led 2010-11 team in scoring, assists and FT%

    2011-1213.0 ppg; 1.0 rpg; 1.0 apg; 1.0 spg; 2-4 3FG (.500)13 pts in season opener (led team w/ 24 gms in dbl-fi gs, 10-11)

    2010-11Team-high points; assists; free throw %13.0 ppg; 3.5 rpg; .334 FG%; .271 3FG%; .805 FT%; 3.8 apgA-10 ranks: asts (3.80; 8th); FT% (.805; 5th); Mins. (35.4; 5th)

    Team-hi 24 games in double fi gures 10 games (4-6) with 15+ points; 3 games of 20+ points Season hi 22 pts vs. G. Washington (15 pts in fi nal 2:01) 21 pts at Georgia Tech (w/ 9 asts; 8-8 FT) 21 pts at Fordham (7-9 FG; 5-7 3FG; 19 2nd half pts)1st career double-double: 14 pts; 10 asts at St. Bona..805 FT% (5th in A-10); 35.4 minutes (5th in A-10)Had car-hi string of 28 straight FT’s made; also 10-of-10 v X3.8 asts (8th in A-10) (car-hi 10 at St. Bona; 9 at Ore St; GT) Car-hi 8 rebs v. La Salle; 8 gms w/ at least 5 (hi last year: 5)Near dbl-dbls: 21 p; 9 a at Georgia Tech; 10 p; 9 a at Ore St.; 14 p; 8 a vs. ECU; 11 p 8 r vs. La SalleHeroics: vs. Xavier: 17 pts (15 in 2nd half; 10-of-10 FT, 8-8 in fi nal 3:45)vs. Fordham: sea-hi 21 pt (19 2nd half; 8 pt in decisive 9-0 run)at Georgia Tech: 21 pts (7 pt in 7-2 run in fi nal 3:12 to force OT) 2nd OT: 3FG; ast on Jones 3-pt play to help pull away v. #7/#7 Tennessee: 13 pts (6-6 FT); 3 reb; GW ast with 7.4 left 11 points (incl. 7 straight) to kickstart 2nd half comebackv. Wright State: game hi 16 pts (4-9 3FG); GW 3FG at 00:16 Scored 7 straight pts in fi nal 2:00 to overcome 4 pt defi citat Mercer: 12 pts; 5 asts; 3 steals 3FG at 5:55 to cut lead in half; steal and breakaway at 2:50 to take lead; ast on Barnett 3FG at 00:24 to ice win.Charleston Classic: 14.0 ppg; 5.3 rpg; .371 FG; .280 3FG%2009-1013.1 ppg; 2.4 rpg; .365 FG%; .313 3FG% (79-252); 2.3 apgA-10 games: 15.1 ppg; .379 FG%; .317 3FG%; 2.8 apg18 games in double fi gures; 8 games of 20+ points (5 vs. A-10)Heroics: 18 of last 23 pt (inc. 11 straight) fi nal 5:26 of comeback at Fordham lone FG was game-tying 3FG @ :48 in win vs. GW vs. 5 ranked foes: 19.0 ppg; .448 FG% ; .375 3FG%

    Derrio Green’s Career StatsYear G-S FG-A PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-A PCT O-D-REBS-AVG. PF-D AST TO BK ST PTS-AVG.2009-10 31-30 123-337 .365 79-252 .313 80-98 .816 7-66-73- 2.4 47-2 72 54 3 46 405-13.12010-11 30-27 120-359 .334 56-207 .272 95-118 .805 11-94-105- 3.5 57-0 114 89 3 42 391-13.02011-12 1-1 4-9 .444 2-4 .500 3-5 .600 0-1-1- 1.0 0-0 1 1 0 1 13-13.0TOTALS: 62-58 247-705 .350 137-463 .296 178-221 .805 18-161-179- 2.9 104-2 187 144 6 89 809-13.0 A-10 Stats:2009-10 16-15 72-190 .379 44-139 .317 53-66 .803 4-36-40- 2.5 31-2 44 32 0 25 241-15.12010-11 16-13 66-198 .333 27-103 .262 47-61 .770 5-40-45- 2.8 23-0 56 45 2 25 206-12.9

    PERSONALBorn Dec. 19, 1988full name is Derrio Charvez Charmane Green Parents are Bernard and Mattie GreenHas an older sister, LaDariaMajor: Mathematics for Business (minor: African Studies)

    CAREER HIGHS 2011-12 HIGHSPoints 34, at Mass 13, vs. NCCURebounds 8, vs. La Salle 1, vs. NCCUAssists 10, at St. Bonaventure 1, vs. NCCUSteals 5, vs. Xavier; at Rich 1, vs. NCCUBlocks 1, six times 0FGM 10, vs. Georgia Tech 4, vs. NCCUFGA 21 vs. GWebb; SBU 9. vs. NCCU3FGM 8, at Massachusetts * 2, vs. NCCU3FGA 16, at Masschusetts 4, vs. NCCUFTM 10, Xavier (10-10) 3, vs. NCCUFTA 12, vs. La Salle 5, vs. NCCU* - T14 in NCAA, last year

    A-10 Ranks in 2010-11:Assists 3.9 7thFT% .805 5th3FG/gm 1.9 10th Minutes 35.5 T6th

  • HENRY

    #15 PIERRIÁ6-3; Fr.; G

    Charleston, W. Va.S. Charleston H.S.

    PIERRIÁHENRY

    QUICK FACTS:Pronounced “Perry-ay”

    2011-12 Season:Starting PG in his 49ers debut vs. NC Central 7 pts; 4 rebs; 5 asts; 3 steals

    At South Charleston:2011 W. Va. H.S. Class AAA Player of the Year runner-up Two-time all-state for coach Bobby DawsonOver 1300 career points (top fi ve all-time for Black Eagle)20 pts; 12 rebs; six assists; fi ve steals and two blocks as senior2011 First Team all-State2011 Kanawha Valley Player of the Year2011 Charleston Daily Mail Player of Year2010 all-State Averaged 16.2 points; 8.0 rebounds; 6.0 assists; 5.0 stealsNamed fi rst team all-state in football (WR; Def. Back; Kick returner) Led Black Eagles to two state football titles Championship game MVP as a junior Broke Randy Moss’ record for longest TD reception in title gameAAU ball with Charleston Little EaglesSigned spring, 2011

    “He is comfortable playing either guard spot. He has a goo dbasketball IQ which enables him to play point guard and run a team. He is best with the ball is his hands. He

    MAJOR’S ONE WORD: “RELENTLESS”Full name: Pierria Lee-Vaughantay HenryBorn: Jan. 20, 1993Mother is Lora StephensMajor: University College

    MAJOR WORDS: “An extremely tough competitor and a winner. He won two football state championships and was extremely successful on the basketball fl oor. He’s going to bring us toughbness and great energy -- and has a chance to bring us leadership as a freshman.”

    2011-12 HIGHS Points 7, vs. NCCURebounds 4, vs. NCCUAssists 5, vs. NCCU Steals 3, vs. NCCU Blocks 1, vs. NCCUFGM 3, vs. NCCU FGA 7, vs. NCCU 3FGM 0, vs. NCCU3FGA 1, vs. NCCU FTM 1, vs. NCCU FTA 2, vs. NCCU

    Pierria Henry’s Career StatsYear G-S FG-A PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-A PCT O-D-REBS-AVG. PF-D AST TO BK ST PTS-AVG.2011-12 1-1 5-7 .625 3-3 1.000 4-4 1.000 2-3-5-5.0 3-0 3 1 0 2 17-17.0

  • IVANKOVI

    C

    #43 ILIJA6-10; Jr.; C

    Split, CroatiaSanta Fe College

    United Faith Christian Academy

    ILIJAIVANKOVIC

    Previous Experience:Pronounced “Ill-ee-uh ee-VON-ko-vich”Attended a pair of junior colleges before signing with the 49ers2010-11: Santa Fe College (Gainesville, Fla.)2009-10: San Jacinto College (San Jacinto, Texas)attended United Faith Christian Academy in Charlotte, one season (2008-09) and played under coach Shaun Wiseman averaged a 10-point; 10 rebound double-double for the Falcons Played club ball for Charlotte Royals: 2008 state championsPlayed club ball with former three-time European Champion KK Split in Croatia. Signed spring, 2011

    “I love Charlotte. It’s like my second home.” -- Iljia Ivankovic, who attended United Faith Christian Academy in Charlotte and played club ball for the 2008 state champion Charlotte Royals.

    MAJOR’S ONE WORD: “TOUGH”Full name: Ilija IvankovicBorn: July 3, 1990parents are Mate and Milka IvankovicSisters: Matea and IvaMajor: Sociology

    MAJOR WORDS: “He will add to our depth in the post by bringing size, toughness and a winning mentality.”

  • 6-5; So.; GRoyston, Ga./Franklin County

    Univ. of Georgia

    DEMARIOMAYFIELD

    QUICK FACTSTransfer from Univ. of Georgia 1st newcomer to be added to 49ers roster by head coach Alan MajorSat out ‘10-11 season (transfer); has 3 years of eligibility remainingNoted for his defensive pressure; strength and athleticism

    2010-1117.0 ppg; 5.0 rpg; 3.0 apg; 2.0 spg; 3-3 3FG (1.000)49ers debut: 17 pts (3-3 3FG) on 11/11/11 for #11

    2009-10 (Georgia)18 gms: 0.9 pts; 0.7 rebs; 6.5 mins; .500 FG%; .500 FT%

    Played in 18 games for the BulldogsAveraged 0.9 points and 0.7 rebounds Earned average of 6.5 minutes as a freshmanShot 50% from the fi eld (6-12) and 50% from the foul line (5-10).

    At Franklin County High:

    2009 Georgia H.S. Class AAA Player of the Year2009 North-South All-Star Game by Georgia Coaches Assoc.23.9 points; 5.1 rebounds; 6.7 assistsLed Franklin County to state playoffs for 2nd straight yearAveraged 25 points; 6.2 assists as a juniorRated #17 point guard prospect by ESPN.com after junior yearSigned with Georgia in Fall, 2008

    “I’m looking forward to bringing alot of excitement to Char-lotte with my hard work. I’m going to give Charlotte my all. I want to come in and just work and build my way back to earn more playing time. The coaching staff made me feel like I was already a part of the team. As a group, they just made me feel welcome.” -- DeMario Mayfi eld

    “We are extremely excited to have DeMario join our 49er Basketball family. He gives us good size and skill at the wing position. With a year to sit out, he’ll have the chance to expand his game and then have three years remaining.” -- Alan Major

    PERSONALBorn May 23, 1991 Full name: DeMario Aquan Mayfi eldParents are Tina Mayfi eld and Shoun HabershamBrother: Keshaun Mayfi eldExpecting a son in FebruaryMajor: University College

    2011-12 HIGHS Points 17, vs. NCCURebounds 5, vs. NCCUAssists 3, vs. NCCU Steals 2, vs. NCCU Blocks 0FGM 5, vs. NCCU FGA 7, vs. NCCU 3FGM 3, vs. NCCU3FGA 3, vs. NCCU FTM 4, vs. NCCU FTA 4, vs. NCCU

    MAYFIEL

    D

    #11 DEMARIO

    DeMario Mayfi eld’s Career StatsYear G-S FG-A PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-A PCT O-D-REBS-AVG. PF-D AST TO BK ST PTS-AVG.2011-12 1-1 5-7 .625 3-3 1.000 4-4 1.000 2-3-5-5.0 3-0 3 1 0 2 17-17.0

  • NICKERSO

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    #5 E. VICTOR6-7; Fr.; G/FAtlanta, Ga.

    Norcross H.S.

    E. VICTORNICKERSON

    2011-12 Season:Played 21 minutes in his 49ers debut (4 pts; 4 rebs; 2 blks.)

    At Norcross High:Keyed 2011 5A State Championship team averaged 11.0 points; 7.0 rebounds; 2.2 assists and 1.4 steals Scored team-hi 15 points in title game victory over USA Today #3 Milton Norcross rallied from 10 pts down in 4th quarter Nickerson hit game-tying three at 1:31 Four double-doubles in state tourneyHonorable Mention all-state1st team all-Metro1st team all-Gwinnett CountyAveraged 10 points; 5 rebounds as a junior (27-3; Elite 8 state tourney)Blue Devils won state title in 2008; reached Elite 8 in 2009, 2010Played for coach Jesse McMillanPlayed Club ball with Georgia StarsAppeared in ESPN’s Top 100; rivals.com ranked him #133 in top 150ESPN.com ranked him as 17th-best small forward in nationGiven name is E Victor Nickerson; signed fall, 2010Cousin is Corliss Williamson, who played at Arkansas and with the NBA Detriot Pistons

    “He has great size and length at 6-foot-7, but his skill level is what

    MAJOR’S ONE WORD: “VERSATILE”Full name: E Victor NickersonBorn: October 27, 1992Mother is Stephanie NickersonMajor: University College

    MAJOR WORDS: “E Victor is a jack-of-all-trades. He has the ability to handle the ball, to pass the ball, and he’s a winner. We expect him to bring that versatility and those abilities to our team.” 2011-12 HIGHS Points 4, vs. NCCURebounds 4, vs. NCCUAssists 1, vs. NCCU Steals 0, vs. NCCU Blocks 2, vs. NCCUFGM 2, vs. NCCU FGA 6, vs. NCCU 3FGM 0, vs. NCCU3FGA 2, vs. NCCU FTM 0, vs. NCCU FTA 0, vs. NCCU

    E. Victor Nickerson’s Career StatsYear G-S FG-A PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-A PCT O-D-REBS-AVG. PF-D AST TO BK ST PTS-AVG.2011-12 1-0 2-6 .333 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 1-3-4- 4.0 2-0 1 0 2 0 4- 4.0

  • SHERRILL

    #2 K

    .J.6-7; Jr.; F

    Cleveland, N.C./West Rowan

    K.J.SHERRILL

    PERSONALBorn Aug. 30, 1991full name is Keith Eugene Sherrill, Jr.Parents are Keith, Sr. and Rhonda SherrillAn older brother, Jamel Carpenter; younger brother, KeyshunCousin of former NC State star Scooter SherrillMajor: University College

    CAREER HIGHS 2011-12 HIGHS Points 24, vs. La Salle 1, vs. NCCURebounds 13, vs. La Salle 0Assists 2, vs. Saint Joseph’s 1, vs. NCCUSteals 2, at Mercer; at URI 0Blocks 2, six times 0FGM 6, at Temple 0FGA 9, at Temple 1 vs. NCCUFG% 1.000 (4-4 at Duquesne3FGM 0 03FGA 1, vs. Tenn.; at GW 0FTM 14, vs. La Salle 1, vs. NCCUFTA 18, vs. La Salle 2, vs. NCCU

    QUICK FACTSAthletic power forward; sophomore season slowed by inj.Returned from preseason meniscus injury to play fi nal 20 gamesAveraged 8.1 points; 4.8 rebs and shot .484 FG% in last 11 gamesAggressive on offensive boards

    2011-128 mins in season-opener (1 pt; 0 reb)2010-1120 games played (Missed fi rst 10 games with injury)6.5 ppg; 3.7 rpg; .459 FG%; .684 FT%; 15 blocks A-10: 7.3 ppg; 4.3 rpg; .473 FG% 36 offensive rebounds; 38 defensive rebounds5 charges takenLast 11 games: 8.1 ppg; 4.8 rpg; 10 blocksDouble-fi gures in 3 games (all vs. A-10 foes) 14 pts (4-6 FG; 6-7 FT); 7 rebs at Rhode Island 24 (5-8 FG; 14-18 FT) vs. La Salle; car-high 13 rebounds 12 (6-9 FG) at Temple (with then season-high 5 rebs)Big game: car-hi 24 pt; car-hi 13 reb; 14-18 FT; 1st car dbl-dbl v LaS1st career start vs. Xavier (4 pts; 4 rebs; 2 blocks)Injured in preseason (lateral meniscus tear); Missed fi rst 10 games4+ rebounds in 8 of last 11 games25+ minutes in 9 of last 14 gamesDebuted in win vs. #7/#7 Tennessee (2 pts; 1 reb; 1 chg taken)

    2009-101.5 ppg; 1.9 rpg; .405 FG%; .560 FT%; 10 blocksOne game in double fi gures: 10 points (4-4 FG) vs. Gardner-WebbPlayed in 30 of 31 games (8.4 minutes/game) season-hi 21 mins vs. SJU; 16 mins vs. X; 15 at Dayton Double digit minutes in 4 of last 8 gamesAveraged 1.9 rebounds per game (5 games with 5 or more rebs) high of 6 rebounds vs. Winston-Salem State 5 rebounds at Duke; vs. Gardner-Webb; vs. Xavier; vs. SJU6 pts; 5 rebs; 2 blocks vs. Saint Joseph’sScored 6 pts with 3 rebs in 11 minutes vs. East CarolinaScored 5 pts vs. Elon with two blocksat #20/#18 Louisville: 2 pts; 3 rebs; 1 steal; 11 minutes

    At West RowanRated the #45 power forward by ESPN.com20.5 points; 12.5 rebounds as a senior for head coach Mike Gurley

    K.J. Sherrill’s Career StatsYear G-S FG-A PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-A PCT O-D-REBS-AVG. PF-D AST TO BK ST PTS-AVG.2009-10 30-0 15-37 .405 0-0 .000 14-25 .560 27-30-57- 1.9 39-0 9 12 10 6 44- 1.52010-11 20-2 45-98 .459 0-2 .000 39-57 .684 36-38-74- 3.7 42-0 6 27 15 9 129- 6.52011-12 1-0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 0-0-0- 0.0 4-0 1 1 0 0 1- 1.0Totals 51-2 60-136 .441 0-3 .000 54-84 .643 63-68-131- 2.6 85-0 16 40 25 15 174- 3.4

    A-10 Stats:2009-10 15-0 5-16 .313 0-0 .000 3-7 .429 11-12-23- 1.5 19-0 5 6 4 3 13- 0.92010-11 16-2 43-91 .473 0-1 .000 31-47 .660 34-34-68- 4.3 33-0 6 25 12 7 117- 7.3

  • THORNE

    #12 MIKE6-10; Fr.; C

    Fayetteville, N.C.Trinity Christian

    MIKETHORNE

    At Trinity Christian High:A big man with an upsideAveraged 10.8 points and 6.8 rebounds as a senior (2.0 blocks)Averaged 5.0 points and 6.2 rebounds as a junior (1.3 blocks)Stock rose at AAU National, summer 2010 with North Carolina ForceStrong performance at Carolina Challenge, March, 2010Ranked 24th-best center prospect by ESPN’s College BasketballOwns a 7-2 wing span; size 18 shoesSigned fall, 2010

    Played football (Defensive end)

    “He’s the defi nition of a late bloomer. An introverted ju-nior who began to understand what he could do with the game and he cranked it up. Mike’s a long-term stock that should pay dividends.” ESPN.com’s Dave Telep

    MAJOR’S ONE WORD: “MOTIVATED”Full name: Michael Anthony ThorneBorn: May 17, 1993parents are Arlene and Michael ThorneSisters: Erica; NatalieMajor: Criminal JusticeHobbies: Enjoys fi shing (bass; catfi sh)

    MAJOR WORDS: “The exciting thing about Mike, he has a strong work ethic and a hunger to improve.”

  • VONCINA

    #44 LUKA6-4; Fr.; G

    Ljubljana, SloveniaGimnazija Bezigrad

    LUKAVONCINA

    QUICK FACTSFirst true freshman signed by head coach Alan MajorSat out ‘10-11 Season (ineligible for games but practiced with team)Has 4 years of eligibility remainingPoint guard can move to the shooting slot as well

    2011-12 Season

    Played 11 scoreless mins in 49ers debut

    At Gimnazija Bezigrad

    Played club ball for Union Olimpija averaged 14.4 points and 5.4 assists primarily as a point guard, added 4.0 steals per gameUnion Olimpija won the junior National Championship, 2010Voncina also played for club’s senior team, which competes in Euro-league.

    “(The Charlotte 49ers) compete in the (Atlantic 10) which I know is a very competitive and tough conference. I also like the whole coaching staff and I really liked the campus and the whole 49ers atmosphere. I heard great things about coach Major and players he coached before. I see a great opportunity for me to become a better player and help the team get to a NCAA Tournament.” -- Luka Voncina

    PERSONALFull name: Luka VoncinaBorn: Dec. 27, 1991parents are Natasa and JaroBrother: Matic; Sister: NikaMajor: Business

    MAJOR WORDS: “Luka will give us added depth at the guard spot and brings a terrifi c basketball IQ as a player. His basketball experience in Europe gives his game a maturity above his age. We’re very excited to have him join the 49er basketball family.”

    2011-12 HIGHS Points 0, vs. NCCURebounds 0, vs. NCCUAssists 0, vs. NCCU Steals 0, vs. NCCU Blocks 0FGM 0, vs. NCCU FGA 0, vs. NCCU 3FGM 0, vs. NCCU3FGA 0, vs. NCCU FTM 0, vs. NCCU FTA 0, vs. NCCU

  • WILLIAMS

    #14 TERRENCE6-4; Fr.; GCharlotte, N.C.West Mecklenburg H.S.

    TERRENCEWILLIAMS

    At West Mecklenburg High:Scored 1127 career points for the Hawks2010-11: team-high 15.8 points; 3.2 steals and 2.8 assists; added 8.0 rebs 2011 Mountain Island Regional Player of the Year All-State 4A by NC Prep Stars 3rd team all-Mecklenburg County All-MEGA 7 Conference Team, MVP McDonald’s Shoot-Out All-Tournament Prep All-Stars All-Tournament Big Shots Tournament MVP Jordan Brand Classic Regional Game participant2009-10: 24.5 points; 10.0 rebounds; 3.0 assists; 2.0 steals; 1.4 blocks 2010 Mountain Island Regional Player of the Year All-MEGA 7 Conference; all-Mecklenburg County First Team Charlotte Weekly Super Team2008-09: 16.0 points team’s Defensive Player of the Year

    Carolina Elite AAUalso played football at West Meck (Quarterback; Wide Receiver)member National Honor Society

    “He’s a versatile scoring guard who can knock down shots from three-point range. Add in his ability to get to the basket and its this versatility that will make him a potent scorer in the Atlantic 10.” ESPN National Recruiting Coordinator Paul Biancardi

    MAJOR’S ONE WORD: “COMPETITOR”Full name: Terrence WilliamsBorn: October 18, 1992Mother is Latonia WilliamsSisters: Tootie, Juliyah, JourneyMajor: Considering Criminal Justice

    MAJOR WORDS: “He has a lot of natural scoring ability with a high ceiling to improve. We’re looking forward to him contributing all those skills to our team.”

  • BRADBUR

    Y

    #50 LAMAR6-3; Jr.; F

    Charlotte, N.C.Providence H.S.

    LAMAR BRADBURY

    Previous Experience:Sat out last season as a transfer from Appalachian State did not play with the Mountaineers.Averaged 19.3 points, 9.7 rebounds and shot 55% from the fi eld as a senior for coach Myron Lowery at Providence High. Scored a career-high 37 points in a game pulled a school record 20 rebounds in a gameScored 966 career pointsTwo-time Southwestern 4A all-conference teamPanthers went 20-8 and reached the state playoffs in his senior yearState playoffs as a junior, toppled two Seet 16 #1’s.School-record 22-8 record in 05-06 and climbed to #6 in Sweet 16.Team captain as a seniorWinner of Antawn Jamison Scholarship Award

    MAJOR’S ONE WORD: “TEAMMATE”Full name: Lamar Lovell BradburyBorn: May 25, 1990Mother is Marcia BrownSister: Marshae BradburyMajor: Finance

    MAJOR WORDS: “He brings tremendous energy and commitment to any-thing e do. He’d run through a brick wall. A great team-mate with high character. He’s somebody who will be successful.”

  • 2011-12 CHARLOTTE 49ERSCharlotte Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 11, 2011)

    All games

    RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRALALL GAMES 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0CONFERENCE 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0NON-CONFERENCE 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

    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 avg35 BRASWELL, Chris 1-1 32 32.0 7-10 . 7 0 0 0-0 . 0 0 0 5-9 . 5 5 6 2 10 12 12.0 4 0 2 5 3 0 19 19.011 MAYFIELD, DeMario 1-1 25 25.0 5-7 . 7 1 4 3-3 1.000 4-4 1.000 2 3 5 5.0 3 0 3 1 0 2 17 17.001 GREEN, Derrio 1-1 26 26.0 4-9 . 4 4 4 2-4 . 5 0 0 3-5 . 6 0 0 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 1 1 0 1 13 13.000 BARNETT, Javarris 1-1 34 34.0 4-12 . 3 3 3 2-6 . 3 3 3 0-0 . 0 0 0 3 7 10 10.0 3 0 2 3 0 0 10 10.015 HENRY, Pierria 1-1 26 26.0 3-7 . 4 2 9 0-1 . 0 0 0 1-2 . 5 0 0 2 2 4 4.0 3 0 5 5 1 3 7 7.005 NICKERSON, E. Victor 1-0 21 21.0 2-6 . 3 3 3 0-2 . 0 0 0 0-0 . 0 0 0 1 3 4 4.0 2 0 1 0 2 0 4 4.010 BRISCOE, Jamar 1-0 17 17.0 1-5 . 2 0 0 0-2 . 0 0 0 0-0 . 0 0 0 1 3 4 4.0 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 2.002 SHERRILL, KJ 1-0 8 8.0 0-1 . 0 0 0 0-0 . 0 0 0 1-2 . 5 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 1.044 VONCINA, Luka 1-0 11 11.0 0-0 . 0 0 0 0-0 . 0 0 0 0-0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0

    Team 4 1 5Total.......... 1 200 26-57 . 4 5 6 7-18 . 3 8 9 14-22 . 6 3 6 15 30 45 45.0 23 0 16 18 6 7 73 73.0Opponents...... 1 200 21-52 . 4 0 4 5-14 . 3 5 7 10-22 . 4 5 5 8 21 29 29.0 23 1 8 19 4 7 57 57.0

    TEAM STATISTICS CHA OPPSCORING 73 57 Points per game 73.0 57.0 Scoring margin +16.0 -FIELD GOALS-ATT 26-57 21-52 Field goal pct . 4 5 6 . 4 0 43 POINT FG-ATT 7-18 5-14 3-point FG pct . 3 8 9 . 3 5 7 3-pt FG made per game 7.0 5.0FREE THROWS-ATT 14-22 10-22 Free throw pct . 6 3 6 . 4 5 5 F-Throws made per game 14.0 10.0REBOUNDS 45 29 Rebounds per game 45.0 29.0 Rebounding margin +16.0 -ASSISTS 16 8 Assists per game 16.0 8.0TURNOVERS 18 19 Turnovers per game 18.0 19.0 Turnover margin +1.0 - Assist/turnover ratio 0.9 0.4STEALS 7 7 Steals per game 7.0 7.0BLOCKS 6 4 Blocks per game 6.0 4.0ATTENDANCE 7121 0 Home games-Avg/Game 1-7121 0-0 Neutral site-Avg/Game - 0-0

    Score by Periods 1st 2nd TotalsCharlotte 35 38 73Opponents 34 23 57

    Date Opponent Score Att.11/11/11 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR W 73-57 7121

    * - Conference game

  • 2011-12 CHARLOTTE 49ERSCharlotte Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Nov 11, 2011)

    All games

    00 01 02 05 10 11 15 35 44

    Opponent Date Score BARNETT,JA GREEN,DER SHERRILL,K NICKERSON, BRISCOE,JA MAYFIELD,D HENRY,PIER BRASWELL, VONCINA,LU

    NCCUM 11/11/11 73-57 W 1 0 - 1 0 - 2 1 3 - 1 - 1 1 - 0 - 1 4 - 4 - 1 2 - 4 - 1 1 7 - 5 - 3 7 - 4 - 5 1 9 - 1 2 - 2 0 - 0 - 0

  • 2011-12 CHARLOTTE 49ERSCharlotte Team Game-by-Game Comparison (as of Nov 11, 2011)

    All games

    Opponent 1st 2nd Score Mar Total FG FG Pct 3-Pointers 3FG Pct Free Throws FT Pct Rebounds Assist T/Over Block Steal Fouls

    NORTH CAROLINA CENTR 35/34 38/23 73-57 +16 26-57/21-52 .456/.404 7-18/5-14 .389/.357 14-22/10-22 .636/.455 45/29 +16 16/8 18/19 6/4 7/7 23/23

    Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

  • 2011-12 CHARLOTTE 49ERSCharlotte Game-by-Game Highs (as of Nov 11, 2011)

    All games

    Opponent Date Score Points Rebounds Assists Steals Blocked shots

    NORTH CAROLINA CENTR 11/11/11 73-57 19-BRASWELL, Chris 12-BRASWELL, Chris 5-HENRY, Pierria 3-HENRY, Pierria 3-BRASWELL, Chris

  • 2011-12 CHARLOTTE 49ERSCharlotte Team High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 11, 2011)

    All games

    Charlotte - TEAM GAME HIGHS

    POINTS 73 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FIELD GOALS MADE 26 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 57 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .456 (26-57) NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 7 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 18 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)3 PT FG PERCENTAGE .389 (7-18) NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FREE THROWS MADE 14 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 22 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .636 (14-22) NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)REBOUNDS 45 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)ASSISTS 16 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)STEALS 7 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)BLOCKED SHOTS 6 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)TURNOVERS 18 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FOULS 23 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)

  • 2011-12 CHARLOTTE 49ERSCharlotte High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 11, 2011)

    All games

    Opponent - GAME HIGHS

    POINTS 57 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FIELD GOALS MADE 21 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 52 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .404 (21-52) NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 5 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 14 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)3 PT FG PERCENTAGE .357 (5-14) NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FREE THROWS MADE 10 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 22 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .455 (10-22) NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)REBOUNDS 29 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)ASSISTS 8 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)STEALS 7 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)BLOCKED SHOTS 4 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)TURNOVERS 19 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FOULS 23 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)

  • 2011-12 CHARLOTTE 49ERSCharlotte High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 11, 2011)

    All games

    Charlotte - GAME LOWS

    POINTS 73 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FIELD GOALS MADE 26 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 57 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .456 (26-57) NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 7 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 18 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)3 PT FG PERCENTAGE .389 (7-18) NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FREE THROWS MADE 14 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 22 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .636 (14-22) NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)REBOUNDS 45 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)ASSISTS 16 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)STEALS 7 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)BLOCKED SHOTS 6 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)TURNOVERS 18 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FOULS 23 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)

  • 2011-12 CHARLOTTE 49ERSCharlotte High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 11, 2011)

    All games

    Opponent - GAME LOWS

    POINTS 57 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FIELD GOALS MADE 21 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 52 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .404 (21-52) NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 5 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 14 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)3 PT FG PERCENTAGE .357 (5-14) NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FREE THROWS MADE 10 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 22 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .455 (10-22) NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)REBOUNDS 29 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)ASSISTS 8 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)STEALS 7 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)BLOCKED SHOTS 4 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)TURNOVERS 19 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)FOULS 23 NORTH CAROLINA CENTR (11/11/11)

  • 2011-12 CHARLOTTE 49ERSCharlotte Player High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 11, 2011)

    All games

    Charlotte - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

    Points 19 BRASWELL, Chris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)17 MAYFIELD, DeMario vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)13 GREEN, Derrio vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)10 BARNETT, Javarris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)7 HENRY, Pierria vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Field Goals Made 7 BRASWELL, Chris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)5 MAYFIELD, DeMario vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Field Goal Att. 12 BARNETT, Javarris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)10 BRASWELL, Chris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    FG Pct (min 5 made) .714 (5-7) MAYFIELD, DeMario vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11).700 (7-10) BRASWELL, Chris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    3-Point FG Made 3 MAYFIELD, DeMario vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)2 GREEN, Derrio vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)2 BARNETT, Javarris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    3-Point FG Att. 6 BARNETT, Javarris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)4 GREEN, Derrio vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) 1.000 (3-3) MAYFIELD, DeMario vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11).500 (2-4) GREEN, Derrio vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Free Throws Made 5 BRASWELL, Chris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)4 MAYFIELD, DeMario vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Free Throw Att. 9 BRASWELL, Chris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)5 GREEN, Derrio vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    FT Pct (min 3 made) 1.000 (4-4) MAYFIELD, DeMario vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11).600 (3-5) GREEN, Derrio vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Rebounds 12 BRASWELL, Chris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)10 BARNETT, Javarris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Assists 5 HENRY, Pierria vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)3 MAYFIELD, DeMario vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Steals 3 HENRY, Pierria vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)2 MAYFIELD, DeMario vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Blocked Shots 3 BRASWELL, Chris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)2 NICKERSON, E. Victor vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Turnovers 5 HENRY, Pierria vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)5 BRASWELL, Chris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Fouls 4 SHERRILL, KJ vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)4 BRASWELL, Chris vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

  • 2011-12 CHARLOTTE 49ERSCharlotte Opponent High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 11, 2011)

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    OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

    Points 15 SUTTON,Dominique vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)15 WILLIS,Ray vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)9 LEEMOW,Justin vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)7 CLEMENT,Landon vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)4 CHASTEN,Nick vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)4 JAWARA,Karamo vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Field Goals Made 7 SUTTON,Dominique vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)5 WILLIS,Ray vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Field Goal Att. 11 SUTTON,Dominique vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)11 WILLIS,Ray vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    FG Pct (min 5 made) .636 (7-11) SUTTON,Dominique vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11).455 (5-11) WILLIS,Ray vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    3-Point FG Made 3 LEEMOW,Justin vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)1 CLEMENT,Landon vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)1 ANYAORAH,Ebuka vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    3-Point FG Att. 6 LEEMOW,Justin vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)3 CLEMENT,Landon vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) .500 (3-6) LEEMOW,Justin vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)Free Throws Made 5 WILLIS,Ray vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    2 JAWARA,Karamo vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)2 CLEMENT,Landon vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Free Throw Att. 11 SUTTON,Dominique vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)6 WILLIS,Ray vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    FT Pct (min 3 made) .833 (5-6) WILLIS,Ray vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)Rebounds 12 SUTTON,Dominique vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    3 CHASTEN,Nick vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)Assists 3 CLEMENT,Landon vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    2 LEEMOW,Justin vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)2 WILLIS,Ray vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Steals 3 SUTTON,Dominique vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)2 WILLIS,Ray vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Blocked Shots 2 WILLIS,Ray vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)1 CHAPMAN,Emanuel vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)1 SUTTON,Dominique vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Turnovers 5 SUTTON,Dominique vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)4 WILLIS,Ray vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

    Fouls 5 BEST,David vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)4 JAWARA,Karamo vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)4 CHASTEN,Nick vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)4 SUTTON,Dominique vs North Carolina Centr (11/11/11)

  • Official Basketball Box Score -- Game Totals -- Final Statistics

    North Carolina Centr vs Charlotte11/11/11 7:30 p.m. at Halton Arena (Charlotte, N.C.)

    North Carolina Centr 57 • 0-1Total 3-Ptr Rebounds

    ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min01 SUTTON,Dominique f 7-11 0-0 1-11 3 9 12 4 15 0 5 1 3 3435 CHASTEN,Nick f 2-5 0-1 0-1 2 1 3 4 4 0 0 0 0 1503 CLEMENT,Landon g 2-8 1-3 2-2 0 1 1 2 7 3 3 0 0 3605 LEEMOW,Justin g 3-9 3-6 0-0 0 0 0 0 9 2 3 0 1 2525 WILLIS,Ray g 5-11 0-2 5-6 1 1 2 3 15 2 4 2 2 3002 BEAMAN,Tramar 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 411 ANYAORAH,Ebuka 1-5 1-1 0-0 0 2 2 0 3 0 1 0 0 2113 BEST,David 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 5 0 0 1 0 0 1032 CHAPMAN,Emanuel 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 833 JAWARA,Karamo 1-2 0-1 2-2 0 1 1 4 4 1 0 0 0 1443 O'NEAL,Tracy 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

    Team 2 1 3Totals 21-52 5-14 10-22 8 21 29 23 57 8 19 4 7 200

    FG % 1st Half: 13-28 46.4%3FG % 1st Half: 4-9 44.4%

    FT % 1st Half: 4-5 80.0%

    2nd half: 8-24 33.3%2nd half: 1-5 20.0%2nd half: 6-17 35.3%

    Game: 21-52 40.4%Game: 5-14 35.7%Game: 10-22 45.5%

    DeadballRebounds

    5

    Charlotte 73 • 1-0Total 3-Ptr Rebounds

    ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min00 BARNETT, Javarris f 4-12 2-6 0-0 3 7 10 3 10 2 3 0 0 3411 MAYFIELD, DeMario f 5-7 3-3 4-4 2 3 5 3 17 3 1 0 2 2535 BRASWELL, Chris c 7-10 0-0 5-9 2 10 12 4 19 2 5 3 0 3201 GREEN, Derrio g 4-9 2-4 3-5 0 1 1 0 13 1 1 0 1 2615 HENRY, Pierria g 3-7 0-1 1-2 2 2 4 3 7 5 5 1 3 2602 SHERRILL, KJ 0-1 0-0 1-2 0 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 0 805 NICKERSON, E. Victor 2-6 0-2 0-0 1 3 4 2 4 1 0 2 0 2110 BRISCOE, Jamar 1-5 0-2 0-0 1 3 4 2 2 1 1 0 1 1744 VONCINA, Luka 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 11

    Team 4 1 5Totals 26-57 7-18 14-22 15 30 45 23 73 16 18 6 7 200

    FG % 1st Half: 10-26 38.5%3FG % 1st Half: 5-14 35.7%

    FT % 1st Half: 10-13 76.9%

    2nd half: 16-31 51.6%2nd half: 2-4 50.0%2nd half: 4-9 44.4%

    Game: 26-57 45.6%Game: 7-18 38.9%Game: 14-22 63.6%

    DeadballRebounds

    3

    Officials: Frankie Bordeaux, Dave Draucker, Alvin CoxTechnical fouls: North Carolina Centr-None. Charlotte-None.Attendance: 7121

    Score by periods 1st 2nd TotalNorth Carolina Centr 34 23 57Charlotte 35 38 73