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February 25, 2013

2012-13 Omaha Men’s Basketball – Game #29 – Postgame Notes, Facts, and Stats – North Dakota

Scoring

  • The 83 points were the 6th most of the season and most since they scored 85 at IUPUI on February 9th.
  • Omaha scored on 53.1% of their possessions, 6th best percentage of the season and best since scoring on 58.9% of possessions at IUPUI on February 9th.
  • This was the 10th time this year Alex Welhouse scored in double figures. Omaha is 5-5 in those games.
  • This was the 25th time this year Justin Simmons has scored in double figures. Omaha is 11-14 in those games.
  • This was the 15th time this year that CJ Carter has scored in double figures. Omaha is 9-6 in those games. They are 15-17 in his 32 career games in double figures.
  • This was the 10th time this year Alex Welhouse has scored 20+ points. Omaha is 7-3 in those games.
  • This was the first time since the IUPUI game on February 9th that Omaha had four players in double figures.

Rebounding

  • John Karhoff’s 10 rebounds were tied for the 4th most by a Maverick this year and most since Alex Welhouse had 12 at IUPUI on February 9th.
  • It was only the second game all year that Omaha has had two players with 8+ rebounds as CJ Carter added eight. The other game was the Benedictine game when Karhoff had eight and Justin Simmons had 11.
  • Omaha’s 42 rebounds were their most this season. Their previous high was 40 rebounds at IUPUI on February 9th.
  • Omaha grabbed 37.1% of available offensive rebounds, tied for their best percentage of the season with the Benedictine game on Decemeber 18th.
  • Omaha grabbed 51.2% of the available rebounds in the game, their 4th best percentage of the season and best since grabbing 60.6% at IUPUI on February 9th.
  • This was the first time this year John Karhoff has grabbed 10 rebounds, Omaha is 2-1 in the three career games where he has double digit rebounds.
  • This was the 5th time this year John Karhoff has led the team in rebounding. Omaha is 2-3 in those games.

Assists

  • John Karhoff has an assist in 18 straight games, the longest streak of his career.
  • CJ Carter’s five assists were tied for the 5th most by a Maverick this year and most since John Karhoff had five at IUPUI on February 9th. The last time Carter had five was against Oakland on February 2nd.
  • Omaha’s 18 assists were tied for the 3rd most this season and most since they had 21 vs. IUPUI on January 10th.
  • Omaha assisted on 60% of their made baskets, tied for their 6th best percentage of the season.
  • CJ Carter had 5+ assists for the 5th time this year. Omaha is 4-1 this year when he has 5+ assists.
  • This was the 20th time that Omaha has been lead in assists by CJ Carter. Omaha is 8-12 in those games, 5-8 in the 13 this year.

Steals

  • Caleb Steffensmeier’s four were tied for the most by a Maverick this year and most since Justin Simmons had four vs. Benedictine on Decemeber 18th.
  • Caleb Steffensmeier has had 3+ steals on five occasions in his career and just once this year. Omaha is 5-0 when Steffensmeier has three or more steals.
  • This was the 5th time this year Caleb Steffensmeier has lead the Mavericks in steals. Omaha is 2-3 in those games.

Blocks

  • John Karhoff’s three blocks were tied for the most by a Maverick this season and most since Matt Hagerbuamer had three against Oakland on February 2nd. Karhoff last had three blocks against IUPUI on January 10th.
  • Omaha’s four blocks were tied for the 5th most of the season and most since Omaha had four at Western Illinois on February 7th.
  • John Karhoff had 3+ blocks for the 2nd time in his career. Omaha is 2-0 in those games.
  • This is the 10th time this year and 25th time in John Karhoff’s career that he has led Omaha in blocks. Omaha is 7-3 in those games this year and 18-7 in his career.

Shooting

  • After failing to have any player hit 4 or more FTs in 5 straight games, the Mavericks have done it in 14 of the last 17 games.
  • Alex Welhouse’s 5-7 shooting was tied for the 10th best by a Maverick this year who made at least five shots. The last Maverick to hit that high a percentage was John Karhoff who went 6-8 against Fort Wayne on January 31st.
  • Justin Simmons’ three 3FGs were tied for the 6th most this season and the second straight game he has hit that many.
  • Alex Welhouse went 2-3 from deep, the first Maverick to shoot that high of a percentage while hitting at least two threes since Tyler Egli went 2-3 at Western Illinois on February 7th.
  • Both Alex Phillips and Justin Simmons hit five FTs, tied for the 10th most by a Maverick this season.
  • Omaha hit 30 FGs, tied for 8th most of the season and most since they hit 33 at IUPUI on February 9th.
  • Omaha’s 5-13 3FG shooting was their 10th best percentage of the year.
  • Omaha hit 18 FTs on Saturday, tied for 4th most of the season. They hit 19 in their previous game.
  • Omaha’s 18-24 FT shooting was their 10th best percentage of the season.

Miscellaneous

  • Omaha has trailed in every game this year and trailed by 10 or more in 19 of the 29 games.
  • Omaha is now 8-3 this year when the game is within ten points. Under Derrin Hansen Omaha has never bested that percentage.
  • Omaha allowed 1.00 point per possession, their 6th best defensive performance of the season and best since they allowed just 0.8 points per possession on January 26th.
  • Omaha’s 83 possessions were tied for the season high with the Saint Mary game.
  • Omaha turned it over on just 17.6% of possessions, tied for their 8th best percntage of the year and best since turning it over 15.1% of possessions at IUPUI on February 9th. Omaha has had four of their 10 best games since the start of February.
  • Omaha’s 26.9 FT Production Rating was tied for the 9th best of the year.
  • This was John Karhoff’s 80th career start. Omaha is 38-42 in those games.
  • This was the 55th career start for CJ Carter. Omaha is 21-34 in his career starts, 10-16 in this 26 starts this year.
  • This was the 10th win Omaha has secured when Alex Phillips starts. Omaha is 10-14 in his 24 career starts.
  • This was John Karhoff’s third career double-double. Omaha is 2-1 when Karhoff has a double-double, 1-0 this season.
  • Omaha trailed by no more than four in this game. That’s the lowest margin they’ve been down since only trailing by one at South Dakota on January 24th. Omaha led by 12, their largest lead since that game.

Summit League/National Ranks

    • Omaha ranks 2nd in the Summit League in FG% (46.8%), 3rd in scoring (71.6) and 3rd in steals (6.66).
    • Omaha ranks 33rd nationally in FG% (46.8%), 65th in 3FG% (36.5%), and 80th in scoring (71.6).
    • Justin Simmons ranks 4th in the Summit League in scoring (16.5), 8th in 3FG% (41.4%), 8th in FT% (77.6%), and 8th in steals (1.17).
    • John Karhoff ranks 9th in the Summit League in scoring at 12.5.
    • Alex Welhouse ranks 7th in the Summit League in 3FG% at 41.5%.
    • CJ Carter ranks 8th in the Summit League in assists at 2.9 and 10th in FT% at 76.4%.
    • Matt Hagerbaumer ranks 9th in the Summit League in blocks at 0.83.
    • Justin Simmons ranks 105th nationally in scoring at 16.5 points per game.

Records Watch

  • Alex Welhouse moved from 8th on the career 3FG% charts to 6th on Saturday. He passed Mike Conley and Bryan Leach who each shot 39.3%. Conley played from 1990-1994 while Leach played from 1986-88. Welhouse is now at 39.46%, just behind Tyler Albers who was a 39.47% shooter from 1007-09.
  • John Karhoff’s 80th career start moved him past Mike Simons who had 79 from 1996-2000. Karhoff is now tied with Mitch Albers for 9th place. Albers had 80 starts from 2007-2009 and 2010-2012.

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. – .5196 – Terry Sodawasser (358-689) – 1981-84
6. – .5187 – John Karhoff (374-721) – 2010-13
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. – 146 – Alex Welhouse (100 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. – .3947 Tyler Albers (60-152) – 2007-09
8. – .3946 Alex Welhouse (146-370) – 2008-13
6. – .39303 Bryan Leach (79-201) – 1986-88
7. – .39301 Mike Conley (90-229) – 1990-94
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 (156 in 57 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.- 1.14 – CJ Carter (65 in 57 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. – 0.615 – Matt Hagerbaumer (48 in 78 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
– 80 – John Karhoff – 2010-13
10.- 79 – Mike Simons – 1996-00

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. – .3648 (178-488) – 2012-13
9. – .3638 – 2006-07
10.– .362 – 2001-02
11.– .356 (194-545) – 2009-10

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