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March 1, 2013

2012-13 Omaha Men’s Basketball – Game #30 – Postgame Notes, Facts, and Stats – South Dakota State

Scoring

  • Justin Simmons’ 29 points were the 2nd most of the season by a Maverick. He had 32 against Benedictine on December 18th. Simmons now has 8 of the top 10 scoring games for Omaha this season.
  • Omaha’s 82 points were their 7th most of the season.
  • This was the 15th time Omaha has lost this season when Justin Simmons reaches double figures. Omaha is 11-15 when he reaches double figures.
  • I had to double check this one, but this was the first time Matt Hagerbaumer has reached double figures in points.
  • This was the 2nd time in the last three games that Omaha had three players in double figures. They most recently did it against Chicago State.

Rebounding

  • This was the 35th time that Alex Welhouse had led the Mavericks in rebounding in his career. Omaha is 11-24 in those games.

Assists

  • John Karhoff has an assist in 19 straight games, the longest streak of his career.
  • Omaha’s 16 assists were tied for the 10th most of the season.

Steals

  • Justin Simmons’ three steals were tied for 4th most of the season by a Maverick and his first time with three+ since grabbing three at Kansas City on January 26th.
  • This marked the first time since the the South Dakota and Kansas City games on December 29th and December 31st that Omaha has had a player get three or more steals in consecutive games. Steffensmeier had four against North Dakota and Simmons with the three tonight.
  • Omaha’s eight steals were their 10th most of the season and most since having 12 steals at Kansas City on January 26th.

Blocks

  • Justin Simmons led the Mavericks in blocks for the 10th time, Omaha is 3-7 in those games.

Shooting

  • After failing to have any player hit 4 or more FTs in 5 straight games, the Mavericks have done it in 15 of the last 18 games.
  • Justin Simmons’ 12 FGs were tied for the most by a Maverick this season with his 12 vs. Benedictine.
  • Matt Hagerbaumer’s 5-5 shooting performance made him the first Maverick to hit all of his shots while hitting at least five FGs this season.
  • Alex Welhouse’s four 3FGs were tied for the 3rd most 3FGs by a Maverick this year and the first time he’s hit four since he do so at South Dakota on January 24th.
  • Alex Welhouse went 4-6 from three. That was tied for the 6th best 3FG% with at least two makes this season. Welhouse most recently shot 67% against North Dakota last Saturday when he went 2-3.
  • Omaha’s 32 FGs were tied for the 5th most of the season and most since Omaha hit 33 at IUPUI on February 9th.
  • Omaha’s eight 3FGs were tied for 6th most of the year and were the most since they hit 10 against Chicago State last week on February 19th.

Miscellaneous

  • Omaha has trailed in every game this year and trailed by 10 or more in 20 of the 30 games.
  • Omaha had 84 possessions in this game, the most in any game this season. The previous high was 83 on two occasions, most recently against North Dakota in their last game.
  • Omaha only turned it over on 10.8% of possessions, their 3rd best mark of the season and best since turning it over on 9.8% of possessions against Western Illinois on January 12th.
  • This was the 30th start of the year for both John Karhoff and Alex Welhouse. Omaha is 11-19 in those 30 games. Omaha is 10-15 in Alex Phillips’ 25 starts.
  • This was Alex Welhouse’s 70th career start. Omaha is 30-40 in those games.
  • This was the 35th time Omaha’s lost with CJ Carter starting. Omaha is 21-35 in his 56 career starts.
  • Omaha’s 27 point deficit in this game was their largest since trailing by 33 @ Western Illinois. That was also the last time Omaha didn’t lead at all in game.

Records Watch

  • Alex Welhouse’s 4-6 3FG shooting moved him up to 39.9% for his career. That moved him past Tyler Albers (39.5%) into 5th place all-time. If Welhouse went 0-4 on Saturday he would be tied with Albers in percentage. So unless Alex has a real bad game he should finish in 5th at worst. If he went 3-3 he still wouldn’t pass Denny Johnston for 4th. So most like Welhouse will end his career as Omaha’s 5th best 3FG% shooter.
  • John Karhoff made his 81st career start moving him past Mitch Albers (80 starts from 2007-09 and 2010-12) into 9th place.
  • Justin Simmons’ 12 FGs moved him into 10th place in FGs made in a season with 193. He passed Phil Cartwright (188 in 1989-90) and Mitch Albers (188 in 2011-12) in the process. 9th place is Tyler Bullock who had 199 in 2009-10.
  • Alex Welhouse’s 4-6 3FG shooting also moved his season percentage up to 42.9%. That’s the 10th best percentage for a season and moved him past Mike Harner who shot 42.7% in 1988-89. Welhouse could still fall behind him or he could move up past his own 9th place mark, 43.0% two years ago.
  • The 30 starts that John Karhoff and Alex Welhouse have made are tied for 10th most in a season by a Maverick. It seems low, but Omaha’s rarely played more than 30 games in a season. With starts on Saturday they will finish tied for 6th most in a season with Justin Petersen and Andrew Bridger in 2007-08 and Jeff Martin and Tyler Bullock in 2009-10.

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. – .515 – John Karhoff (377-732) – 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. – 150 – Alex Welhouse (101 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. – .399 Alex Welhouse (150-376) – 2008-13
6. – .3947 Tyler Albers (60-152) – 2007-09
7. – .39303 Bryan Leach (79-201) – 1986-88
8. – .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 (159 in 58 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 (67 in 58 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. – 0.6076 – Matt Hagerbaumer (48 in 79 games) – 2010-13
10.- 0.6071 – 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. – 81 – John Karhoff – 2010-13
10. – 80 – Mitch Albers – 2007-09, 10-12

Season FG made
1. – 282 – Dennis Forrest – 1976-77
2. – 267 – Art Allen – 1969-70
3. – 241 – Calvin Forrest – 1972-73
4. – 228 – Phil Cartwright – 1991-92
5. – 220 – Dean Thompson – 1983-84
6. – 219 – Corey Griffin – 1998-99
7. – 214 – Dean Thompson – 1982-83
8. – 201 – Dennis Forrest – 1975-76
9. – 199- Tyler Bullock – 2009-10
10.– 193 – Justin Simmons – 2012-13
10.– 188 – Phil Cartwright – 1989-90
– 188 – Mitch Albers – 2011-12

Season 3PFG % (minimum 30 made)
1. – .484 – Seth Nelson – 1999-00
2. – .480 – Troy Kloewer – 1996-97
3. – .467 – Denny Johnston – 2007-08
4. – .463 – Denny Johnston – 2006-07
5. – .449 – Kevin Avfery – 1987-88
6. – .441 – Bryan Leach – 1986-87
7. – .438 – Charles Box – 1997-98
8. – .434 – Mitch Albers – 2008-09
9. – .430 – Alex Welhouse – 2010-11
10.– .429 – Alex Welhouse (48-112) – 2012-13
11.– .427 – Mike Harner – 1988-89

Season Games started
1. – 33 – Tola Dada – 2001-02
– 33 – Eddie King – 2001-02
3. – 32 – Dan Morrow – 2001-02
– 32 – Denny Johnston – 2007-08
– 32 – Michael Jenkins – 2007-08
6. – 31 – Justin Petersen – 2007-08
– 31 – Andrew Bridger – 2007-08
– 31 – Jeff Martin – 2009-10
– 31 – Tyler Bullock – 2009-10
10. – 30 – Dean Thompson – 1983-84
– 30 – Sven Bonde – 1989-90
– 30 – Jeff Fichtel – 1983-84
– 30 – Alvin Mitchell – 2001-02
– 30 – Dean Thompson – 1982-83
– 30 – Andrew Bridger – 2009-10
– 30 – Calvin Kapels – 2005-06
– 30 – Dan Olson – 1989-90
– 30 – Jerry Bennett – 2007-08
     – 30 – John Karhoff – 2012-13
– 30 – Alex Welhouse – 2012-13

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. – .3640 (186-511) – 2012-13
9. – .3638 – 2006-07
10.– .362 – 2001-02
11.– .356 (194-545) – 2009-10

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