Maverick Maniac's Musings

March 6, 2013

2012-13 Omaha Men’s Basketball – Game #31 – Postgame Notes, Facts, and Stats – North Dakota State

Scoring

  • Marcus Tyus’ 10 points moved him to 185 for the season. That’s the 5th most by a freshman at UNO since 2000-01. He passed John Karhoff who scored 181 in 2010-11. Only Mitch Albers (369), CJ Carter (303), Ryan Curtis (232) and Tola Dada (200) scored more.
  • Marcus Tyus reached double digits for just the 5th time this year. Omaha is 1-4 when he reaches double figures.
  • This was the 2nd time Marcus Tyus has led the Mavericks in scoring. Omaha lost both of those games.
  • The last time Omaha had just one player in double figures was the Denver game on December 15th.

Rebounding

  • This was the 5th time this year Matt Hagerbaumer led the team in rebounding. Omaha lost all five of those games. Omaha is 3-10 in his 13 career times leading the team in rebounding.

Assists

  • John Karhoff has an assist in 20 straight games, the longest streak of his career.

Steals

  • Tyler Egli shared the team lead in steals for the 1st time this year. He is the 11th player on the team to share the lead in steals this season.

Blocks

  • Omaha’s four blocks were tied for the 5th most this season. They last blocked four or more against North Dakota on February 23rd.

Shooting

  • After failing to have any player hit 4 or more FTs in 5 straight games, the Mavericks did it in 15 of the last 19 games.
  • Omaha’s 12-16 FT shooting (75%) was tied for the 10th best of the season. They last shot at least 75% on February 23rd against North Dakota.

Miscellaneous

  • Omaha has trailed in every game this year and trailed by 10 or more in 21 of the 31 games.
  • Omaha turned it over on just 13.8% of their possessions, the 6th best rate of the season. They had their first back-to-back games with turnovers on less than 15% of possessions.
  • John Karhoff and Alex Welhouse started their 20th losses of the season. They started all 31 games as Omaha went 11-20.
  • Justin Simmons made his 30th start of the season. Omaha went 11-19 in those games.
  • This was the first time since the Texas Tech and Tulane games on November 14th and 16th that the Mavericks didn’t lead in back-to-back games.
  • The 33 point deficit late in the 2nd half was Omaha’s largest at home this season, topping a 30 point deficit against South Dakota on December 29th.

Summit League/National Ranks

  • Omaha is 3rd in the Summit League in scoring (71.5) and 3rd in steals (6.61).
  • Omaha is 48th nationally in FG% (46.2%), 81st nationally in scoring (71.5), and 83rd nationally in 3FG% (35.8%).
  • Justin Simmons is 4th in the Summit League in scoring (16.7), 8th in FT% (78.1%), and 8th in steals (1.19).
  • Alex Welhouse is 7th in the Summit League in 3FG% at 42.2%.
  • CJ Carter is 9th in the Summit League in assists (2.8) and 10th in FT% (76.3%).
  • Matt Hagerbaumer is 9th in the Summit League in blocks at 0.77 per game.

Records Watch

  • John Karhoff made his 82nd career start moving him into a tie with Dan Morrow (1999-2003) and Phil Cartwright (1988-92) for 7th place.
  • The 31 starts that John Karhoff and Alex Welhouse made this season are tied for 6th most in a season by a Maverick. The others to play that many were 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. – .514 – John Karhoff (379-738) – 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. – 151 – Alex Welhouse (102 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. – .397 Alex Welhouse (151-380) – 2008-13
6. – .395 Tyler Albers (60-152) – 2007-09
7. – .39303 Bryan Leach (79-201) – 1986-88
8. – .39301 Mike Conley (90-229) – 1990-94
9. – .388 Thad Mott (78-201) – 1988-92
10.- .385 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 (160 in 59 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.- 1.135 – CJ Carter (67 in 59 games) – 2011-13
11.- 1.130 – 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. – 0.6071 – Bryan Muellner (112 games) – 1985-89
10.- 0.6 – Matt Hagerbaumer (48 in 80 games) – 2010-13

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
     – 82 – 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.– 196 – Justin Simmons – 2012-13

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.– .427 – Mike Harner – 1988-89
… – .422 – Alex Welhouse (49-116) – 2012-13

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
– 31 – John Karhoff – 2012-13
– 31 – 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. – .3638 – 2006-07
9. – .362 – 2001-02
10.– .358 (189-528) – 2012-13

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