Back on the Winning Track, UCSB Stays at Home to Host Westmont College and San Diego

Dec. 9, 2003

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The Schedule
Game No. 5
Wednesday, December 10, 2003 at 7:00 p.m.
UC Santa Barbara Gauchos vs. Westmont College Warriors
at UCSB's Thunderdome (6,000)
Radio: KTLK 1340 AM

Game No. 6
Saturday, December 13, 2003 at 7:00 p.m.
UC Santa Barbara Gauchos vs. The University of San Diego Toreros
at UCSB's Thunderdome (6,000)
Radio: KTMS 990 AM

Bring A Can, Park For Free
In keeping with the spirit of the holidays, anyone who brings one or more cans of food to UC Santa Barbara's basketball games against Westmont College and/or the University of San Diego, will receive a free parking pass. UCSB Parking Services representatives will be stationed in the Thunderdome parking lot to accept the donations and distribute parking passes, which normally cost $2.00. Holders of season parking passes are also encouraged to bring cans of food, which will be given to the Santa Barbara Food Bank.

Gaucho Update
UC Santa Barbara enters this week's home games against Westmont College and the University of San Diego with a record of 2-2. After dropping a pair of games in the Doubletree Montana Holiday Classic, the Gauchos bounced-back in their home opener with a thrilling win over visiting Pepperdine. UCSB used a last-second three-point basket from Casey Cook to record a 65-62 win over the Waves.

Cook's Three-Pointer Helps UCSB Top Pepperdine
Casey Cook made a three-point basket with less than one second remaining in the game to give UCSB a come-from-behind 65-62 win over visiting Pepperdine on Wednesday. Cook's three-point basket, his first of the season, capped a 7-0 game-ending rally by the Gauchos and helped them snap a two-game losing streak. When Terrance Johnson made a three-pointer for Pepperdine with 2:06 remaining, it gave his team a 62-58 lead. Gaucho forward Cameron Goettsche, however, made back-to-back baskets in a one-minute span, the second coming on a follow-up dunk of a missed shot with 37 seconds left. After a third consecutive defensive stop, the stage was set for Cook's last-second heroics. UCSB made a season-high 11 three-point baskets on the night, including three apiece by Cecil Brown and Joe See. Brown and See scored 16 and 13 points respectively, season-highs for each. Goettsche also had personal bests with eight points and nine rebounds.

Scouting The Opponents
Westmont College enters Wednesday's game against the Gauchos with a record of 3-2...The Warriors opened the season with three consecutive wins at the Oregon Tech Tournament...In the Oregon Tourney, Westmont defeated Cascade College (90-64), Oregon Tech (78-75 in double overtime) and Southern Oregon (104-94 in double overtime)...Since returning from Oregon, the Warriors have dropped games at Cal State Bakersfield (74-68) and Biola (82-59)...Westmont, which is coached by John Moore, is led by senior swingman Kevin Blomstrom who is averaging 16.2 points and 7.0 rebounds per game...Kyle Bechler, a junior guard, is adding 13.8 points outing and sophomore forward Nick Debban is scoring 13.2 points per game...Senior center Jeff Grgas collecting 12.4 points and 6.8 rebounds per game...The Warriors also have freshman forward-center Santiago Aguirre, a Santa Barbara High School graduate, who is scoring 6.6 points per game and grabbing 3.4 rebounds...The University of San Diego enters its Tuesday night home game against Southwest Missouri State with a 1-6 record...The Toreros, who won the WCC Tournament and advanced to the NCAA Tournament last year, opened the season with four straight losses...They dropped a 93-68 decision to Oakland University to open the season at the Dell BCA Classic in Cincinnati...In game two of the tournament, USD lost to the Big West's UC Irvine, 65-60 and then they dropped a 76-62 contest to Coppin State...The Toreros remained on the road for a 79-44 loss at Creighton and then they came home to post a 68-65 win over Southern Methodist...USD also dropped games at home to San Diego State (66-63) and on the road at Utah (82-39)...The Toreros are coached by Brad Holland, formerly the head coach at Cal State Fullerton...San Diego is led by junior forward Brice Vounang who is averaging 16.7 points and 6.9 rebounds per game...Sophomore center Nick Lewis (11.1 points per game and 6.7 rebounds) and junior guard Brett Melton (10.3 points per game) are also averaging in double-figures.

Fullove Remains Sidelined
Senior guard Branduinn Fullove, the 2002-03 Big West Player of the Year, an Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American and a Preseason All-Big West selection, injured his left ankle midway through the first half of UCSB's exhibition loss to Ratiopharm Ulm on November 12. He did not make the trips to Hawaii or Montana and did not play in Wednesday night's game against Pepperdine. Fullove's status entering the week is still up in the air. The condition of the foot is improved, but he is still probably out for this week's games. Last year, Fullove led UCSB in scoring at 14.6 points per game. He also averaged 3.7 rebounds per game, shot 46.3% overall, 41.4% from three-point range and a team-leading 83.7% from the free throw line. Fullove is the first Gaucho player in history to earn some level of All-Big West honors in each of his first three seasons. As a freshman in 2000-01 he was Honorable Mention All-Big West, as a sophomore in 2001-02 he was Second Team All-Big West and then last year he was Player of the Year.

Jones Halfway Home
Senior guard Nick Jones has been suspended for UCSB's first eight games of the 2003-04 season after playing the same number of games in an uncertified summer league in Mexico. He is half way home and can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Jones, who averaged 12.4 points and 4.3 rebounds per game as a junior, sat out the season-opener at Hawaii, both games at the Montana Doubletree Classic and last week's game against Pepperdine. He will also miss games against Westmont, San Diego, UCLA and Kansas. Jones will resume play on December 21 against Alabama State at the Wolf Pack Classic in Reno.

UCSB Radio Moves To Clear Channel Santa Barbara
All 2003-04 UC Santa Barbara men's basketball games will be broadcast by Clear Channel Santa Barbara. The majority of Gaucho games will be aired on KTLK 1340 AM, but when a conflict with Los Angeles Lakers' games occurs, the UCSB games will be carried on KTMS 990 AM. The agreement between UCSB and Clear Channel Santa Barbara comes after KEYT NewsRadio, the Gauchos' former home, converted to Spanish-language in early November. The schedule to the left indicates which UCSB games will be carried on KTMS 990 AM.

Bob Williams' Show Returns
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! The Bob Williams Show returns to the airwaves for its third season. Mark your calendars and grab your Palm Pilots. The show will air on Tuesday's evening's from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on KTMS 990 AM, one of the Clear Channel Santa Barbara homes of Gaucho Basketball. The show will air on December 9 and December 16, January 6, 13, 20 and 27, February 3, 10, 17 and 24, and March 2, 9 and 16. All broadcasts will originate from The Paradise Café in downtown Santa Barbara. Brock Bowling, UCSB's play-by-play announcer, will join Williams for the second straight year as will guests from the Gaucho Athletics and the community.

UCSB Inks Three To NLIs
UCSB signed three high school players to National Letters of Intent during the early signing period. Gaucho head coach Bob Williams announced the signing of Alex Harris, a 6-foot-5 guard from St. Joseph's Notre Dame High School in Alameda, Calif., Todd Follmer, a 6-foot-10 center/forward out of Rancho Santa Margarita High School in Santa Margarita, Calif., and Chris Moore, a 6-foot-9 forward out of St. Edward's High School in Lakewood, Ohio.

Chris Devine Will Redshirt
Freshman Chris Devine will redshirt the 2003-04 season, head coach Bob Williams has announced. Devine, a 6-foot-8, 200 pound forward from Chugiak High School in Eagle River, Alaska, is the only true freshman on the UCSB roster. As a senior at Chugiak High School he averaged 22.1 points, 10.3 rebounds, 3.0 blocked shots, 3.0 assists and 4.1 steals per game. Devine is joined as a redshirt by Michael Chambers, a 6-foot-3 guard who transferred to UCSB after playing two seasons at the University of San Francisco. Chambers, who will be a junior in 2004-05, is a walk-on for the Gauchos. As a sophomore in 2002-03, he averaged 11.0 minutes, 2.6 points and 1.0 rebounds per game while playing in 24 contests.

The Williams File: Formerly "What About Bob?"
Bob Williams is in his sixth season as the head coach at UC Santa Barbara. Last year, he guided the Gauchos to an 18-14 overall record and a 14-4 mark in Big West Conference play. The Big West mark earned Santa Barbara its first-ever regular season championship along with a postseason trip to the National Invitation Tournament. In addition, the success earned Williams his second Big West Coach of the Year award, his first coming after an impressive 1999 campaign. In 2001-02, Williams led UCSB to its first Big West Conference Tournament Championship ever and first NCAA Tournament appearance in 12 years. In his five seasons in Santa Barbara, Williams' teams have posted a 82-69 overall record and a 56-28 record in Big West games. Prior to his arrival at UCSB, he spent eight years at UC Davis and in those eight years, his teams recorded 20 or more wins five times and a 158-76 record. In Williams' final season, the Aggies went 31-2, won the NCAA Division II National Championship and he was named NABC Division II Coach of the Year. Including two seasons at Menlo College, Williams has a record of 271-169 at four-year schools.

The Opposition
UCSB and Westmont College have met 46 times over the years. In the series that goes back to 1951, the Gauchos hold a decisive 41-5 edge. Westmont last won in Bob Williams' first year as head coach, 1998-99. Last season, the teams met only in an exhibition and not in a regular season contest. The last time the Gauchos and Warriors met in a regular season game was in 2002-03 and UCSB won, 74-63. The Gauchos have played the University of San Diego 15 times and they hold an 11-4 edge. UCSB and USD last played in December of 1996 with the Toreros winning a 72-70 game at the Thunderdome. The last time the Gauchos won in the series was in December of 1995, 76-73.

UCSB At Home
With its narrow win over Pepperdine in the home opener, UCSB is a perfect 1-0 in the Thunderdome this year. That was tough to figure out. Last year, UCSB posted a 10-2 record at the Thunderdome, losing an overtime game to Cal State Fullerton and a non-conference game to Detroit. In 2001-02, the Gauchos also posted a 10-2 home record. The 10-2 mark that Santa Barbara has recorded each of the past two seasons is the best home mark for the program since the 1989-90 team went 11-2. Dating back to the end of the 2000-01 season, the Gauchos have gone 23-4 at home over the last 27 games.

Possible Starters - Notes
G - Jacoby Atako - Piled-up a season-high six assists against Pepperdine.
G - Cecil Brown - Tied his career-high with 16 points in the win against the Waves.
G - Josh Davis - After missing all eight shots in the opener, he went 9-of-19 in the last two, 47.4%.
F - Cameron Goettsche - Had highs of eight points and nine rebounds vs. Pepperdine.
F - Casey Cook - Three-point basket with less than a second to play was game-winner vs. Waves.

Probable Reserves - Notes
G - Nick Jones - Suspended for first eight games of 2003-04 season.
G - Branduinn Fullove - Injury to left ankle has sidelined him indefinitely.
G - Joe See - Scored his Gaucho-high of 13 points in the win over Pepperdine.
G - Chrismen Oliver - Has averaged 6.0 points and made four three-pointers in last three games.
F - Bryan Whitehead - Has had 19 rebounds in 41 minutes over the last three games.
F - Bray Skultety - Hit a pair of field goals against the Waves, his first two of the season.
F - Glenn Turner - Has eight rebounds in just 20 minutes over four games.
F - Derek Wheeler - Has yet to play in a game.

UCSB Re-Enters Mid-Major Top-20
After back-to-back losses at the Doubletree Montana Holiday Classic, UCSB dropped out of The CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Top-25 poll. Actually Santa Barbara dropped out of the top-20, they remained at number 23. The Gauchos' 65-62 win over Pepperdine, however, vaulted them back into top-20 at number 19. Gonzaga remains the top-ranked team in the poll and fellow Big West member, Utah State, has moved to number 14.

The Return Of The Three-Point Shot
UCSB attempted just eight three-pointers in its season opener at Hawaii. The eight attempts were the fewest the Gauchos logged in more than a full season. In a loss to St. Mary's on November 29, UCSB attempted 17, which was more like it, but made just two. Two games into the year, the Gauchos were 5-of-25 from three-point range, 20.0%. In the last two games things have started to get back to normal. Despite the absence of two of its top three-point threats, Branduinn Fullove and Nick Jones, Santa Barbara has hit 20-of-43 three-point attempts in the last two games, 46.5%. The Gauchos hit 9-of-18 against Southeast Missouri State, and in the win over Pepperdine, they hit 11-of-25, 44.0%. The 11 three-pointers were the most made by UCSB since it recorded a season-high against Cal on December 10 of last season. The last time the Gauchos attempted 25 threes was against Pacific in the first round of last year's Big West Tournament in Anaheim, Calif.

Rebounding By Committee
Last season, UCSB was outrebounded by a count of 31.5 to 30.8. It marked the first time in five seasons under Bob Williams that the Gauchos were outrebounded. Now, four games into the 2003-04 season, UCSB is outrebounding its opponents by an average of two boards per game, 35.8 to 33.8. While Casey Cook is leading the way at 7.2 rebounds per game, he is one of three players averaging at least 5.5 rebounds per game and one of nine players averaging two or more per game. Senior Bryan Whitehead, while averaging just 15.0 minutes per game, is pulling down 5.8 boards per outing, and junior Cameron Goettsche is averaging 5.5 rebounds per game. UCSB has outrebounded three out of its four opponents, dropping the rebounding battle only to St. Mary's.

Shooting Gallery
Through two games, a win over Hawaii and a loss to St. Mary's, UCSB was struggling with its shooting. In the win over the Rainbow Warriors, the Gauchos shot 39.6%, making 21-of-53 shots from the field. The shooting, like the weather, cooled down even more in Montana. In the tourney opener against the Gaels, Santa Barbara shot a miserable 19-of-58 overall, 32.8%, and just 11.8% from three-point territory. So, after two games, UCSB had made just 40-of-111 shots, 36.0%, not too hot for a team that made a solid, if not spectacular 44.2% in 2002-03. In the last two games, however, things have started to turn around for the Gauchos. In a loss to Southeast Missouri State and win over Pepperdine, UCSB has made 52-of-115 shots from the field, a decent 45.2%. On the season, the Gauchos have now eeked above the 40.0% mark at 40.7%.

Cook's Double-Digit Streak Ends, But It Went Out With A Bang
Through three games, junior forward Casey Cook was the only UCSB player to have scored in double-figures three times. In the Gauchos' win over Pepperdine, Cook's streak ended, but he sent it out with a bang. While he finished with a season-low seven points, his final three were the difference. Cook attempted and made his first three-point basket of the season, a 22-footer from just to the right of the top of the key with less than a second to play, giving UCSB a 65-62 come-from-behind win over the Waves. He finished with season-lows of seven points and five rebounds in a season-low 22 minutes, but points five, six and seven were three of the most meaningful of Cook's career. With his five rebounds, he is the only Gaucho player to have had five or more in each of the first four games of the season. He leads UCSB in scoring (13.0 points per game), rebounding (7.2 rebounds per game) and free throw percentage (11-for-11, 100.0%). Cook has equaled his career-high twice this season, going for 16 points in a win at Hawaii and then in the loss to Southeast Missouri State. In fact, in the victory over Hawaii, he recorded the first double-double of his career, going for a career-high 12 rebounds in addition to the 16 points. Cook entered the season having scored in double-figures a total of six times in his career and he has already done so three times in four games this year. Finally, through four games, Cook has made all 11 of his free throws, extending a two-season streak to 23 in a row. Through 15 games last year, he had made just 12-of-25 free throws, but in the 20 games since then, 17 last season and four this season, Cook has gone 48-of-53, an outstanding 90.6%.

The Brown-O-Meter
Through four games, sophomore guard Cecil Brown has proven to be a bit of a measuring stick for the Gauchos. In the season's first game at Hawaii, he scored 13 points, including 11 in the second half, and UCSB won. In the next two games, he scored a total of 11 points and the Gauchos lost twice. In the win over Pepperdine, Brown tied his career-high when he tallied 16 points, including 13 in the second half, and his team won its second game of the year. In UCSB's two wins, Brown has averaged 14.5 points per game and he has made 12-of-31 shots, 38.7%. In the second halves of the Gauchos' two wins, he has averaged 12.0 points and made 10-of-19 shots from the floor overall, 52.6%. Also, Brown has made 3-of-5 shots from beyond the three-point arc in those second halves. Overall he is averaging 10.0 points per game, second on the team. He remains the team's leader in minutes played at 119, an average of 29.7 per game, up significantly from his average of 16.2 per game last year. Including his season-low 23-minute performance in the game against Southeast Missouri, Brown has recorded four of the eight highest minute totals of his career in the first four games. In fact, his 35-minute performance at Hawaii was the second most of his career and the 31 minutes against St. Mary's was his third-highest total.

Pointing The Way
Senior Jacoby Atako has had a feast or famine year on the offensive end. Through four games, he is averaging 9.2 points per game, third on the team, but in two of the games he has either tied or set a career-high in scoring and in the other two games he has combined for a total of one point. In the opener at Hawaii, Atako scored 13 points, tying his career-high. In the following game, a loss to St. Mary's, he missed both of his field goal attempts and scored just one point. Against Southeast Missouri State, he scored 23 points, easily a career-high, on 9-of-11 shooting. Then, in the win over Pepperdine, he played 24 minutes and attempted just one shot, a miss, and he went scoreless. So, in games one and three, Atako made 12-of-17 shots from the field, 70.5%, and averaged 18.0 points per game. In games two and four, he missed all three of his field goal attempts and averaged 0.5 points per game. On the bright side, in the game against Pepperdine, Atako passed-off for a season-high six assists. In fact, the six assists were two more than he had recorded in the previous three games combined, a total of 83 minutes. In his career, he now has 320 career assists, seventh all-time, and 95 career steals, tenth all-time.

No Ordinary Joe
On Wednesday night against Pepperdine, UCSB opened the game by missing eight of its first nine shots. Enter sophomore guard Joe See. See made three three-point baskets in the first half and helped the Gauchos out of their offensive doldrums, finishing the half with 11 points. See finished the game with a season-high 13 points, and he assisted on the game-winning three-point basket by Casey Cook. The 13 points was three off of his career-high of 16 set two seasons ago when he scored 16 against Southern Utah. See played for Oregon State at the time. He is ranked fourth on the team in scoring at 7.5 points per game, but in the last two games, he has gone 8-of-16 from the field overall, 5-of-11 from three-point distance, and averaged 10.5 per game. Additionally, after collecting just one rebound in each of the first two games, See has pulled-doen a season-high four in each of the last two games. Finally, despite coming off the bench in all four games, See has played 92 minutes, an average of 23 minutes per game and he has played 20 or more in each of the last three games.

Overhead Cam Engine
Sophomore forward Cameron Goettsche has started to emerge in the last two games. After playing 17 and 19 minutes in UCSB's first two outings, Goettsche has played 24 and 27 in the last two and as a result, he has posted season-highs for points and rebounds in each game. In the loss to Southeast Missouri State, he had seven points and seven rebounds. In the win over Pepperdine, he improved on those numbers, going for eight points and nine rebounds. More importantly, Goettsche hit two of the most important baskets in the win over the Waves, scoring on a lay-up to pull UCSB to within 62-60 and then on a crowd-pleasing slam dunk follow to tie the score at 62-62 with 37 seconds remaining. He capped his night by coming down with a rebound and getting fouled with just over 13 seconds to go in the game. Through four games, Goettsche is now averaging 6.0 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. His rebound average, which ranks third on the team, is at 8.0 per game for the last two games.

On The Horizon
Following the games against Westmont and San Diego, UCSB will hit the road again for its final three non-conference games of the year. On Wednesday, December 17, the Gauchos will travel to UCLA for a 7:30 p.m. contest. On Saturday, December 20, UCSB will take on Kansas in a 5:00 p.m. game at the Wolf Pack Classic in Reno, Nevada. The following night, the Gauchos play Alabama State in another 5:00 p.m. game in Reno.

2003-04 Cumulative Statistics/Results

RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES........... (2-2) (1-0) (1-0) (0-2) CONFERENCE.......... (0-0) (0-0) (0-0) (0-0) NON-CONFERENCE...... (2-2) (1-0) (1-0) (0-2)

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 32 Cook, Casey......... 4-4 110 27.5 20-39 .513 1-1 1.000 11-11 1.000 12 17 29 7.2 11 1 3 8 1 2 52 13.0 01 Brown, Cecil........ 4-4 119 29.8 17-47 .362 5-15 .333 1-5 .200 1 7 8 2.0 10 1 8 3 0 1 40 10.0 05 Atako, Jacoby....... 4-4 107 26.8 12-20 .600 4-8 .500 9-12 .750 2 11 13 3.2 7 0 10 13 2 3 37 9.2 11 See, Joe............ 4-0 92 23.0 11-29 .379 7-22 .318 1-2 .500 2 8 10 2.5 6 0 3 9 0 3 30 7.5 20 Goettsche, Cameron.. 4-3 87 21.8 10-31 .323 2-4 .500 2-4 .500 8 14 22 5.5 10 1 4 6 2 4 24 6.0 02 Davis, Josh......... 4-4 109 27.2 9-27 .333 2-7 .286 2-4 .500 5 6 11 2.8 9 0 4 9 1 2 22 5.5 15 Oliver, Chrismen.... 4-0 57 14.2 6-17 .353 4-11 .364 2-2 1.000 0 2 2 0.5 5 0 4 7 0 2 18 4.5 50 Whitehead, Bryan.... 4-1 60 15.0 4-10 .400 0-0 .000 4-7 .571 6 17 23 5.8 7 0 3 1 1 2 12 3.0 14 Skultety, Bray...... 4-0 39 9.8 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 4-6 .667 4 5 9 2.2 11 0 0 3 1 1 8 2.0 44 Turner, Glenn....... 4-0 20 5.0 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 7 8 2.0 3 0 1 1 1 0 2 0.5 TEAM................ 3 5 8 2.0 0 0 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Total............... 4 800 92-226 .407 25-68 .368 36-53 .679 44 99 143 35.8 79 3 40 60 9 20 245 61.2 Opponents........... 4 800 91-210 .433 26-71 .366 44-70 .629 38 97 135 33.8 55 - 50 59 6 21 252 63.0

TEAM STATISTICS UCSB OPP DATE OPPONENT W/L SCORE ATTEND --------------------------------------------------- ------------ -------------------- --- ----- ------ SCORING.................. 245 252 11/21/03 at HAWAII W 57-51 4473 Points per game........ 61.2 63.0 +11/29/03 vs Saint Mary's L 48-62 2000 Scoring margin......... -1.8 - +11/30/03 vs Southeast Missouri State L 75-77 1500 FIELD GOALS-ATT.......... 92-226 91-210 12/3/03 PEPPERDINE W 65-62 3127 Field goal pct......... .407 .433 3 POINT FG-ATT........... 25-68 26-71 3-point FG pct......... .368 .366 3-pt FG made per game.. 6.2 6.5 +Doubletree Holiday Classic in Missoula, MT. FREE THROWS-ATT.......... 36-53 44-70 Free throw pct......... .679 .629 REBOUNDS................. 143 135 Rebounds per game...... 35.8 33.8 Rebounding margin...... +2.0 - ASSISTS.................. 40 50 Assists per game....... 10.0 12.5 TURNOVERS................ 60 59 Turnovers per game..... 15.0 14.8 Turnover margin........ -0.2 - Assist/turnover ratio.. 0.7 0.8 STEALS................... 20 21 Steals per game........ 5.0 5.2 BLOCKS................... 9 6 Blocks per game........ 2.2 1.5 WINNING STREAK........... 1 - Home win streak........ 1 - ATTENDANCE............... 3127 7973 Home games-Avg/Game.... 1-3127 1-4473 Neutral site-Avg/Game.. - 2-1750

SCORE BY PERIODS: 1st 2nd Total ------------------------------ ---- ---- ---- UC Santa Barbara.............. 104 141 - 245 Opponents..................... 112 140 - 252

2003-04 UC Santa Barbara Basketball UC Santa Barbara Game-by-Game Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Dec 04, 2003) All games

01 02 05 11 14 15 20 32 44 Opponent Date Score WL BROWN,CEC DAVIS,JOS ATAKO,JAC SEE,JOE SKULTETY, OLIVER,CH GOETTSCHE COOK,CASE TURNER,GL -------- ---- ----- -- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- at HAWAII 11/21/03 57-51 W 13- 4- 2 0- 1- 1 13- 4- 1 8- 1- 0 0- 1- 0 0- 0- 0 3- 3- 2 16-12- 1 2- 3- 1 vs Saint Mary's 11/29/03 48-62 L 7- 2- 1 10- 5- 0 1- 2- 1 1- 1- 1 1- 4- 0 9- 0- 2 6- 3- 1 13- 6- 0 0- 1- 0 vs Southeast Missouri S11/30/03 75-77 L 4- 0- 3 6- 1- 1 23- 4- 2 8- 4- 1 3- 2- 0 3- 1- 0 7- 7- 1 16- 6- 2 0- 2- 0 PEPPERDINE 12/3/03 65-62 W 16- 2- 2 6- 4- 2 0- 3- 6 13- 4- 1 4- 2- 0 6- 1- 2 8- 9- 0 7- 5- 0 0- 2- 0

50 Opponent Date Score WL WHITEHEAD -------- ---- ----- -- --------- at HAWAII 11/21/03 57-51 W 2- 4- 0 vs Saint Mary's 11/29/03 48-62 L 0- 4- 0 vs Southeast Missouri S11/30/03 75-77 L 5- 7- 1 PEPPERDINE 12/3/03 65-62 W 5- 8- 2