Maverick Maniac's Musings

February 20, 2013

2012-13 Omaha Men’s Basketball – Game #28 – Postgame Notes, Facts, and Stats – Chicago State

Scoring

  • Justin Simmons’ 26 points were tied for the 2nd most by a Maverick this season and was the 3rd time he’s reached that amount.
  • It was the 2nd straight game that someone had 26 for Omaha, John Karhoff did it at IUPUI on the 9th.
  • Justin Simmons has now scored 23+ points on seven occasions this year.
  • Omaha’s 79 points were tied for the 8th most of the year.
  • Omaha scored 1.12 points per possession, tied for their 5th best average of the season and second straight game at 1.12 or higher.
  • Both Caleb Steffensmeier and Justin Simmons have scored in double figures in 10 Omaha wins over their career. Steffensmeier has done it in exactly 10 games while Simmons has done it in 24 games.
  • Omaha had three players in double figures for the first time since the Oakland game on February 2nd.

Rebounding

  • This was the 5th time in the last 11 games where no Maverick has had more than six rebounds. Omaha is 3-3 in those games.

Assists

  • John Karhoff has an assist in 17 straight games. It is tied for his longest career streak along with the final five games of the 2010-11 season and the first 12 games of the 2011-12 season.
  • Omaha had 17 assists, tied for the 5th most of the season and most since the same number at South Dakota on January 24th.
  • Omaha assisted on 68% of their made baskets. It was their 2nd best mark of the season and best since assisting on 79.2% at Iowa State on December 9th. They assisted on 65.2% in the first matchup with Chicago State, the 3rd best performance of the season.

Steals

  • CJ Carter has now lead Omaha in steals 25 times in his career. Omaha is 7-18 in those games.
  • Caleb Steffensmeier has now lead Omaha in steals 15 times in his career. Omaha is 8-5 in those games.

Blocks

  • Justin Simmons had two blocks for Omaha, tied for 4th most of the season by a Maverick and the 3rd time he has had two blocks.

Shooting

  • After failing to have any player hit 4 or more FTs in 5 straight games, the Mavericks have done it in 13 of the last 16 games.
  • Justin Simmons hit three triples for Omaha last night, the 5th time this year he’s hit at least that many. Caleb Steffensmeier hit three for the 2nd time this year.
  • Justin Simmons’ 11 FTs were tied for the most by a Maverick this year with John Karhoff’s 11 vs. Benedictine. Simmons’ previous high was seven on two occasions.
  • Caleb Steffensmeier’s five FTs were tied for the 10th most this season and was his second time this year with five. The other occasion was the first Chicago State game.
  • Omaha’s 10 three pointers was tied for the 4th most of the season and the most since Omaha his 13 at South Dakota on January 24th.
  • Omaha’s 47.6% three point shooting was their 6th best of the year and best since shooting 50% vs. Fort Wayne on January 31st.
  • Omaha’s 19 FTs were the 3rd most of the season and most since hitting 21 against Benedictine on December 18th.
  • Omaha’s 76% FT% was their 9th best performance of the season and best since hitting all seven against Oakland on February 2nd.
  • Omaha had an eFG% of 57.7%, their 6th best mark of the season and best since shooting 68.6% against Fort Wayne on January 31st.
  • Omaha turned it over on just 18.3% of possessions, their 9th best performance of the season and 3rd straight game in that top nine.
  • Omaha has a FT production rating of 36.5, their 2nd best mark of the season and best since 45.1 vs. Northern Illinois in the season opener on November 8th.
  • Justin Simmons has hit three of more triples in a game five times now. Omaha is 3-2 in those games.
  • Justin Simmons is the first Maverick to hit 10 or more FTs and make 80% of his FTs since Tyler Bullock did so against Missouri Western on 2/9/11.

Miscellaneous

  • Omaha has trailed in every game this year and trailed by 10 or more in 19 of the 27 games.
  • Omaha has trailed in every game this year and trailed by 10 or more in 19 of the 28 games.
  • Omaha allowed 1.02 points per possession, their 6th best of the season and best since giving up just 0.80 at Kansas City on January 26th.
  • CJ Carter now has started in 20 Omaha wins in his 54 career games.
  • Justin Simmons, John Karhoff, and Alex Welhouse have all started in 10 wins for Omaha this year. Karhoff and Welhouse have done it in 28 games while Simmons has done it in 27 games.
  • Omaha’s 11 point lead was their largest since leading by 15 at South Dakota on January 24th. it was their largest lead at home since leading IUPUI by 12 on January 10th.
  • Omaha is now 4-1 this year when the game is within five points. Under Derrin Hansen Omaha has never had a better winning percentage than 62.5% in a single season in games within five points.
  • Omaha is now 7-3 this year when the game is within ten points. Under Derrin Hansen Omaha has only bested that percentage once, when they went 12-5 in games under ten points in 2009-10.

Records Watch

  • John Karhoff is now tied for 10th all-time in starts at 79 with Mike Simons who played from 1996-00.
  • This team is now 8th in 3FG% at 36.42%. They passed the 2006-07 and 2001-02 teams.

Career FG Percentage (minimum 300 made)
1. – .578 – Tom Thompson (406-702) – 1985-88
2. – .560 – Ryan Curtis (425-759) – 2001-06
3. – .557 – Phil Cartwright (627-1126) – 1988-92
4. – .530 – Dean Thompson (740-1395) – 1980-84
5. – .5198 – John Karhoff (367-706) – 2010-13
6. – .5196 – Terry Sodawasser (358-689) – 1981-84

7. – .5111 – Jim Gregory (390-763) – 1978-81
8. – .510 – Tim Adamek (395-775) – 1985-89
9. – .507 – John Skokan (399-787) – 1992-96
10.- .503 – Tola Dada (384-763) – 2000-04
11.- .502 – Mark Miller (320-638) – 1985-87

Career 3-point field goals made
1. – 248 – Zac Robinson (119 games) – 2002-04,05-07
2. – 230 – Mike Simons (108 games) – 1996-00
3. – 187 – Mitch Albers (115 games) – 2007-09,10-12
4. – 186 – Dan Morrow (113 games) – 1999-03
5. – 181 – Seth Nelson (115 games) – 1999-03
6. – 169 – Jeff Martin (64 games) – 2008-11
7. – 164 – Andrew Bridger (103 games) – 2006-10
8. – 161 – Michael Jenkins (111 games) – 2005-09
9. – 144 – Alex Welhouse (99 games) – 2009-13
10.- 131 – Troy Kloewer (107 games) – 1993-97

Career 3-point FG percentage (minimum 50 made)
1. – .423 Charles Box (60-142) – 1996-98
2. – .413 Troy Kloewer (119-288) – 1994-97
3. – .410 Seth Nelson (181-441) – 1999-03
4. – .405 Denny Johnston (125-309) – 2004-08
5. – .395 Tyler Albers (60-152) – 2007-09
6. – .39303 Bryan Leach (79-201) – 1986-88
7. – .39301 Mike Conley (90-229) – 1990-94
8. – .392 Alex Welhouse (144-367) – 2008-13
9. – .3881 Thad Mott (78-201) – 1988-92
10.- .3848 Mitch Albers (187-486) – 2007-09,10-12

Career Assists Average (minimum 50 games)
1. – 4.94 – Dwayne King (113 games) – 1982-86
2. – 4.91 – Andrew Bridger (103 games) 2006-10
3. – 4.1 – Vernon Manning (99 games) – 1978-82
4. – 4.0 – Derrick Jackson (116 games) – 1976-80
5. – 3.8 – Dean Thompson (117 games) – 1980-84
6. – 3.6 – Calvin Kapels (117 games) – 2002-06
7. – 3.5 – Tyler Bullock (59 games) – 2009-11
8. – 2.9 – Thad Mott (113 games) – 1988-92
9. – 2.8 – Richard Jones (107 games) – 1993-96
10.- 2.7 – CJ Carter (151 in 56 games) – 2011-13
11.- 2.504 – Seth Nelson (115 games) – 1999-03

Career Steals average (minimum 50 games)
1. – 1.69 – Mike Simons (108 games) – 1996-00
2. – 1.65 – Dwayne King (113 games) – 1982-86
3. – 1.63 – Calvin Kapels (117 games) – 2002-06
4. – 1.57 – Vernon Manning (99 games) – 1978-82
5. – 1.53 – Andrew Bridger (103 games) – 2006-10
6. – 1.492 – Tyler Bullock (59 games) – 2009-11
7. – 1.487 – Dean Thompson (117 games) – 1980-84
8. – 1.44 – Seth Nelson (115 games) – 1999-03
9. – 1.20 – Thor Palamore (113 games) – 1987-91
10.- 1.16 – CJ Carter (65 in 56 games) – 2011-13
11.- 1.13 – Corey Hahn (115 games) – 1998-02

Career Blocks Average (minimum 50 games)
1. – 2.4 – Adam Wetzel (63 games) – 2001-03
2. – 1.77 – Frank Cypress (53 games) – 1993-95
3. – 1.75 – John Skokan (106 games) – 1992-96
4. – 1.4 – Levy Jones (59 games) – 2003-05
5. – 1.2 – Phil Cartwright (115 games) – 1988-92
6. – 1.1 – Jerry Bennett (58 games) – 2006-08
7. – 0.9 – Terry Henderson (76 games?) – 1989-92
8. – 0.7 – Terry Sodawasser (82 games) – 1981-85
9. – 0.610 – Matt Hagerbaumer (47 in 77 games) – 2010-13
10.- 0.607 – Bryan Muellner (112 games) – 1985-89

Career Games started
1. – 112 – Calvin Kapels- 2002-06
2. – 98 – John Skokan – 1992-96
3. – 94 – Andrew Bridger – 2006-10
4. – 87 – Michael Jenkins – 2005-09
5. – 85 – Ryan Curtis – 2001-06
6. – 84 – Denny Johnston – 2004-08
7. – 82 – Dan Morrow – 1999-03
– 82 – Phil Cartwright – 1988-92
9. – 80 – Mitch Albers – 2007-09, 10-12
10.- 79 – Mike Simons – 1996-00 
     – 79 – John Karhoff – 2010-13

Team 3PFG %
1. – .414 – 1987-88
2. – .410 – 2008-09
3. – .381 – 1988-89
4. – .379 – 1996-97
5. – .378 – 1997-98
6. – .377 – 2007-08
7. – .370 – 1999-00
8. – .3642 (173-475) – 2012-13
9. – .3638 – 2006-07
10.– .362 – 2001-02
11.– .356 (194-545) – 2009-10

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