Eric Musselman

Eric Musselman

Tuesday, 16 April 2019 17:18

Adrio Bailey

Represents Arkansas on the SEC Men’s Basketball Leadership Council

2018-19 (Jr.):
• Named to the SEC Community Service Team … Voted team tri-captain for the 2018-19 season … Played in all 34 games, starting 26 … Had 25 assists, 25 blocked shots and 25 steals for the season … Was second on the team with 110 deflections, including 38 over the last 10 games … Season-high in deflections include eight at Colorado State, seven versus FIU, six versus Western Kentucky and six at Vanderbilt … Scored in double figures in five of the first seven games of the season … Set a career-highs in points (20), free throws made (9) and free throws attempted (11) in the win over UC Davis … Helped put the game out of reach, scoring eight (with six free throws) inside the final five minutes during a 22-1 run … Also attempted and later made his first career 3-pointer … Was perfect from the field (5-for-5) versus Montana State in scoring 10 points … Had season-high and tied career high with three steals versus UTA, adding 14 points (making 6-of-8 FT) and 5 rebounds … Posted a season-high four blocked shots versus FIU … Nearly had his first career double-double as he posted a career-high eight rebounds with 10 points at Colorado State, adding three assists and two blocked shots … Only made two baskets in eight minutes versus Austin Peay, but both were dunks to start second half and set the stage for a high-energy period … Versus LSU, scored eight points and had three assists, tying a career high … Had a big two-minute spurt in the second half when LSU threatened to take complete control of the game, Bailey scored six points and had two rebounds to keep the Tigers within striking distance with 11 minutes to left in regulation … Took a career-high nine shots at #3 Tennessee, making three and scoring seven points …. Scored eight points (3-of-4 shooting from the field and 2-of-4 from FT line) at #13 Texas Tech … Hit his second carer 3-pointer in the LSU win and added two steals … At South Carolina, scored six points and led the team in rebounds (6) and steals (3, tying a career high) … Also set or tied SEC career highs in rebounds (6), steals (3), free throws made (2) and minutes (25) … Perhaps had his best all-around game versus Mississippi State, especially versus SEC competition … Was 4-of-6 from the field for eight points with four rebounds, in an SEC career-high 27 minutes played … Led the team with four rebounds in the Ole Miss win … Was 3-of-4 from the free throw line versus Alabama, marking career bests for makes versus SEC competition … Set tone early with an “and-one” to start game at Providence … Had a highlight-reel dunk versus Indiana, adding four rebounds and two blocked shots.

2017-18 (So.)
Played in 31 games, starting 16 … Opened the season with a career-high 15 points, making 7-of-8 shots from the field, in a win over Samford … Posted a career-high seven rebounds versus Oklahoma in the PK80  … Added a career-high five blocks versus North Carolina in game two of the PK80 while scoring eight points and grabbing four rebounds in the third-place win over UConn of the PK80 … In Arkansas’ first SEC Tournament game, had nine points, four rebounds, three steals and two blocks … Recorded his fourth-career, double-figure scoring game – third of the season – with 10 points at Mississippi State, his first double-digit effort of his career against SEC competition … Scored seven points and added five boards in a road win at Alabama … Slammed home a career-high four dunks against Troy to go 5-of-8 from the field for 10 points … His five blocks in 18 minutes were the first such performance by a Razorback (5+ blocks in fewer than 20 minutes of playing time) since Moses Kingsley against Mississippi State on Feb. 21, 2015 (via @HogStats).

2016-17 (Fr.)
Played 27 games, starting twice … Recorded season highs in scoring (14), rebounds (7) and assists (2) in a win over Austin Peay (Dec. 3), shooting 7-of-8 from the field … Played a season-high 19 minutes in the second round game of the NCAA Tournament against No. 1 North Carolina (March 19), recording a season-high three steals and adding four points … Went 3-of-3 from the field in a win over Alabama (Feb. 1), finishing with seven points, three rebounds, one block and one steal.

Prior to Arkansas
Ranked as the No. 11 player in the state of Louisiana and the No. 50 small forward in the 2016 class by Rivals.com … Rated as a three-star player by 247Sports, Rivals.com, Scout.com and Future150.com … Averaged 19.5 points, 12.7 rebounds and 3.9 blocks as a senior … Averaged 15 points, 10 rebounds, four assists, three steals and 2.3 blocks as a junior … Led the Gators to a 34-4 record and a Class 2A runner-up finish … Played for Urban DFW on the AAU circuit.

Personal
Born June 24, 1997, in Natchitoches, La. … Son of Major Bailey Sr. and Claretha Bailey … Father played college football at Northwestern State University … Siblings: Byron Gollston, Major Bailey Jr., and Von’Travious Brown … Majoring in recreation and sports management.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019 17:17

Isaiah Joe

• SEC ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM – USBWA ALL-DISTRICT VII
• Set Arkansas records for 3-pointers made in a season (113); 3-Pointers Attempted in a Season (273) and 3-pointers made in a season Versus SEC Teams (60)
• Only needs 40 more 3-pointers made to enter Arkansas all-time top 10 for 3’s made
• SET SEC FRESHMAN RECORD FOR 3-POINTERS MADE PER GAME (3.32)
• TIED SEC RECORD FOR 3-POINTERS MADE IN A SEASON BY A FRESHMAN (113)
• 4th in NCAA HISTORY FOR 3-POINTERs MADE IN A SEASON BY FROSH (113)
• NAMED SEC PLAYER OF THE WEEK (Dec. 3) scoring 34 points and making 10-of-13 3-pointers vs. FIU.
• Even though he was second in the SEC in 3-point attempts, was JUST THE 4TH FRESHMAN TO LEAD THE SEC IN 3PT% (.414).
• Was one of just seven players in the NCAA to make at least 110 3’s and shoot at least 41 percent.
• Ranked second in the SEC in 3’s made (3.32 avg. & 113 total).
• Ranked 15th in the SEC — second among SEC freshmen — in scoring 13.9 (SEC frosh leader was UK’s Tyler Herro at 14.0 ppg)
• Led the team in scoring in seven times: 34 vs FIU | 19 vs Western Kentucky | 21 vs UTSA | 23 at Tennessee | 23 vs. Missouri | 14 at Auburn | 19 at Kentucky
• On the defensive end, led the team in steals (51) and by taking 27 charges … Had a steal in 26 of 34 games and ranked 10th in the SEC in steals (1.5).
• Made 3-plus 3’s in a game 20 times this season and at least one in 32 of 34 games.

IN THE NCAA IN THE SEC   AMONG NCAA/SEC FRESHMEN
13th in NCAA 2nd in SEC 3-pointers made (113 total) 2nd among NCAA Frosh (Antoine Davis – Detroit Mercy, 132 – NCAA FROSH RECORD)
18th in the NCAA 2nd in the SEC 3-pt FG made (3.32/gm) 2nd among NCAA Frosh (Antoine Davis – Detroit Mercy, 4.40)
36th in  the NCAA 1st in the SEC 3-pt FG% (.414) 3rd among NCAA Frosh (Tyson Cameron – Idaho, .429)
26th in the NCAA 2nd in the SEC 3-pt FG attempts (273) 1st among NCAA Frosh
• 152nd in NCAA 10th in SEC Steals (1.50 spg) 2nd among SEC Frosh (UK’s Ashton Hagans leads SEC Fr, at 1.65)
15th in the SEC Scoring (13.85) 2nd among SEC Frosh (UK’s Tyler Herro leads SEC Fr, at 14.03)

2018-19 (Fr.):
Scored 17 in his collegiate debut versus Texas, making 5-of-8 from 3-point range … Struggled early versus UC Davis, but finished with 14 points with five rebounds and three steals … Versus Montana State, was just 2-of 10 from 3-point range but had five assists and five steals … Named SEC Player of the Week (12/3) as he scored career-high 34 points – 17 in each half – and made 10-of-13 shots from 3-point range to lead the Razorbacks to a 121-89 victory over FIU … The 34 points are second (tied) on the Arkansas all-time list for most points by a freshman … Just the fourth Razorback (fifth in school history) and just 10th player in SEC history (11th in league history) to make at least 10 triples in a game. … After FIU trimmed its deficit to four (24-20) at 8:29 in the first half, Joe scored 14 points over the next 4:37 to put Arkansas up 20 … Made six straight and finished the game making 9-of-his-last-10 from long distance … Scored game-high 21 points versus UTSA, making 5-of-6 from 3-point range and was 6-of-6 at the line inside the final minute … Only got one rebound vs. UTSA , but it proved key … On a missed Arkansas free throw, Joe got the rebound and was intentionally fouled … Made those two free throws and two more on the ensuing possession to put the Razorbacks up 10 with 27 seconds left … Double-digit scoring streak nearly ended vs. Texas State, but he was 7-of-8 from the free throw line with a 3-pointer to get 10 … Was 6-of-7 at the line inside the final minute … Got off to a hot start versus Austin Peay, making 4-of-5 from 3-point range and scoring 12 of his 15 points … Added five steals vs. the Governors … Broke out of a 2-for-10 dry spell from 3-point range over two games to lead the Hogs with 23 points at #3 Tennessee, making 7-of-13 from 3-point range … Added four rebounds and two steals … In the win over Missouri, was 7-of-12 from 3-point range, scored 23 and added three steals … At #19 LSU, scored 18 in the win … Only had three points in first half, scored 15 in the second … Started the second half with a 3-pointer and Stopped a 7-0 Tiger run by hitting back-to-back 3-pointers (11:31 left and 10:33) for a 17-point lead … When LSU cut lead to single-digits with 7:08 left, Joe hit a jumper for 11-point lead … After LSU took the first lead of the second half (85-84 with 3:39 left), Joe sank two free throws to give Arkansas the lead again … Versus Vanderbilt at home, scored 18 (6-of-10 3PT FG) and tied a career high with five assists … Made 3-pointers on four of Arkansas’ last five possessions of the first half to cut the deficit to one, 35-34, at halftime … At Missouri, broke the school record for 3-pointers made in a season by a freshman, making four (to give him 86 at the time – the previous record was 83) … Finished with 17 points, adding four rebounds, two steals and a charge taken … Scored 20 versus Texas A&M (2/23) as he established career highs in rebounds (6), free throws made (8) and free throws attempted (9) … Led Arkansas with 19 points at #4 Kentucky, including 16 in the first half … Drained 5-of-7 from 3-point range … Tied season-high with seven deflections and had three assists with one steal … Had a career-high two blocked shots in the Ole Miss win … Added two assists and a steal … Battled foul trouble at Vanderbilt, but made four 3’s to become school’s single-season leader in the category, with 104 at the time (passing Scotty Thurman’s mark of 102 set in 1995) … Hit 3’s on back-to-back possessions to tie and set the record in the second half … Versus Alabama, had a career-high six steals and tied career-high with six rebounds … The six steals ties for third on the school’s single-game list vs. SEC competition … Had 13 points and five rebounds at Providence … Made three 3’s at Indiana (12 points) to give him 113 for the season to tie SEC freshman record and rank fourth in NCAA history for most 3’s made by a freshman in a season.

Prior to Arkansas:
Was the USA TODAY Arkansas Player of the Year as well as the Gatorade Player of the Year for Arkansas … Rated #2 player in the state of Arkansas by 247Sports.com and ESPN/Scout while being a four-star and the 28th-best shooting guard in the nation by Rivals … Averaged 22.8 points, 4.4 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 2.9 steals as a senior … Led Northside High School to consecutive 7A state championships … As a junior, averaged 18.8 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.2 steals per game … The sharp-shooter shot over 51-percent from behind the arc for the Arkansas Hawks, averaging 16 points per game … In Las Vegas at the 2017 Adidas Summer Championships, Joe shot 57.1 percent from deep, averaging 13.5 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists.

Personal:
Born July 2, 1999, in Fort Smith … Son of Derrick and Nicole Joe … Has two brothers – Jacob and Jon … Majoring in recreation and sport management.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019 17:16

Desi Sills

2018-19 (Fr.)
Started the last eight games and started second half prior to that at Auburn to solidify his spot as a starter over the last eight … In his eight starts, scored double figures four times (five times all season), including a career-high 18 at Indiana in the NIT, a then career-high 15 points at Kentucky, 11 at Vanderbilt and 11 versus Alabama … Made a career-high four 3-pointers at Indiana and three each at Kentucky, at Vanderbilt and versus Alabama … Had a career-high three steals vs. Ole Miss … Played a career-high 29 minutes at Kentucky … At Auburn, had a career-high four rebounds … Over the last eight games, shot a team-best 64.3 percent from 3-point range (18-of-28), 50 percent from the field (25-of-50) while averaging 10.1 points per game … Prior to starting role, was 1-of-10 from 3-point range over a 13-game span … Was the first sub off the bench (solo or tied) in 13 of the first 25 games prior to getting starting role … Established then career-highs in scoring in four straight games: seven vs FIU, eight at Colorado State, nine vs Western Kentucky and nine again versus UTSA … Handed out a career-high six assist versus FIU … As part of his nine points versus Western Kentucky, scored six straight over two minutes in the second half to tie the game at 62-62 (8:35 mark) and made a free throw to tie the game at 70-70 with 4:32 left … Although he did not score in the win over Austin Peay, he was one of the top-graded players for the game … Played a season-high 24 minutes, had five assists, two rebounds and tied a season-high with two steals … Added three deflections … Had a break-out game in his SEC debut — a win at Texas A&M — with 14 points … 13 of those points came in the first half, including eight straight at one spell, as the Razorbacks led 33-32 at halftime … Had five assists and no turnovers in 18 minutes in the overtime loss versus LSU … Started the second half at Auburn … Made (5) and took (8) career-high free throws … Added a career-high four rebounds … Played 23 minutes and led the team with three assists … Earned first carer start versus Texas A&M (2/23) and scored seven points on 3-of-6 shooting, including the game’s first points — a 3-pointer from the top of the key … At Kentucky, scored a then career-high with 15 points (making 3-of-5 3-pointers and 4-of-4 at the line) … Made back-to-back 3-pointers to start the second half and gave Arkansas its largest lead of the game (15 points) … In the Ole Miss win, had a career-high three steals as well as a career-high five deflections … At Vandy, made 3-of-3 from 3-point range, scored 11 points and had four assists … Followed that with another 11-point performance in the regular-season finale win versus Alabama, making 3-of-5 from 3-point range … At Providence, hit the Razorbacks’ first 3-pointer from the NIT experimental FIBA distance as Arkansas started the game 5-of-5 from long range … Finished 2-of-4 from distance and played second-most career minutes (27) … Closed the season with a career-high 18 point at Indiana, making a career-high four 3-pointers.


Prior to Arkansas
Rated #3 player in the state of Arkansas by 247Sports.com and ESPN while being a consensus top 50 pick among the nation’s top point guards … Named to the USA TODAY All-Arkansas first team … A two-time, first team 6A All-State selection (2017 and 2018) … Helped guide Jonesboro High School to back-to-back 6A state championships … Averaged 20 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 2017-18 … As a junior, put up 15.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and two assists per game, leading the Hurricanes to a perfect 32-0 record that ended in a title game victory over current Razorback Daniel Gafford … Played with current Razorbacks Isaiah Joe and Ethan Henderson on the Arkansas Hawks AAU team.

Personal:
Born Dec. 29, 1998, in Jonesboro … Son of Desi and Shawna Sills … Has three brothers – Travon, Neal and Quaavon – and two sisters – C’cchae and Devonce … Majoring in recreation and sports management.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019 16:43

John Calipari

"Eric is one of the best in our sport... He has an uncanny feel for the game, and ability to read where the game is at. More importantly, is his ability to motivate and teach his players what it takes to improve and win. He is as good as it gets." - Coach John Calipari

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Former NBA and University of Nevada head coach Eric Musselman has been named as the head men’s basketball coach at the University of Arkansas, Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek announced on Sunday. Musselman has more than 30 years of coaching experience, including 14 years as a head coach in the NBA, NCAA and CBA.

“Eric Musselman is a coach that has had experience at every level of basketball from the NCAA to the NBA,” Yurachek said. “He was practically born into the game and his passion for basketball is unmistakable. He has been successful throughout his career, including the remarkable job he did in returning the University of Nevada into a perennial NCAA Tournament team. Coach Musselman is high-energy and possesses an extremely high basketball IQ. He has a great attention to detail and has structured his programs to develop players individually while building a successful team. I am pleased to welcome Coach Musselman, his wife Danyelle and his family to the Razorback family.”

In the past four years as Nevada’s head coach, Musselman won at least 24 games each season (24, 28, 29 and 29) to post a 110-34 record and .764 winning percentage – sixth-best among active Division I coaches. Prior to entering the collegiate head coaching ranks, Musselman was a head coach for seven professional teams, including two seasons with the Golden State Warriors (2002-04) and one with the Sacramento Kings (2006-07). He has won over 550 games as a professional head coach with an overall winning percentage of .624 (566-340).

“My family and I couldn’t be more excited to be coming to the University of Arkansas,” Coach Musselman said. “The opportunity to be a part of the rich tradition of Razorback Basketball and to experience the passion of the Razorback fans is something that I am very much looking forward to. I am appreciative of the professional manner in which Hunter Yurachek conducted the search and am grateful for the support of Chancellor Steinmetz and all of those affiliated with the University of Arkansas. I am ready to get to work with our student-athletes to prepare our program to compete at the highest level of college basketball.”

At Nevada, Musselman led the Wolf Pack to Mountain West regular-season titles in each of the last three years. The Wolf Pack won the CBI (College Basketball Invitational) postseason tournament in his first year as head coach while adding a Mountain West tournament title in 2017 to secure the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2007. The past two seasons, Nevada earned at-large berths to the NCAA Tournament as a seventh seed each time.

In addition to his teams’ success, numerous individual honors have been bestowed upon his players. Caleb Martin was a two-time All-America selection (2018 and ’19), a two-time district Player of the Year honoree and 2018 Mountain West Player of the Year. Overall, 13 All-Mountain West honors were earned by Wolf Pack players over the last four seasons.

“I applaud Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek on the process to identify and ultimately select Coach Eric Musselman as the next Razorback’s Men’s Basketball coach,” Chancellor Joe Steinmetz said. “The process was rigorous and thorough. I had the opportunity to speak to Coach Musselman a few days ago and I am confident that he will be a great leader for our basketball team and contribute to the players growth as athletes and as successful students.”

Wednesday, 27 March 2019 17:03

Thank You, Wolf Pack Nation

Dear Wolf Pack Nation,

Thank you for being the best fans in the country and your constant support this season. The group of men our team consisted of this year will be grateful for the experience you helped provide them with from the moment they first stepped on campus. 

Our season began in June with summer practices as we competed daily in order to figure out our identity for the upcoming season. Every day that our players stepped in the gym they had a championship mentality and wanted to represent our school in a positive light. 

The Nevada community watched our players grow into men and leaders on and off the court. From June through the end of October, our team not only focused on getting betting on the court but also in our community. Pack players made visits to the local homeless shelter, the children's hospital and numerous elementary schools in the area to give back to the Reno community. These moments they shared with our fans and those in need are moments that they will carry with them long after their time here at Nevada. 

On November 6th we started the season off with a double digit win against BYU and continued to win 14 straight games, the best start in school history. Knocking off Power 5 conferences schools and a final four team from last year, the Pack solidified themselves as one of the top teams in the country. We were undefeated in Lawlor and had the largest attendance in the history of Nevada Basketball. 

Continuing the success into March, we secured our 3rd consecutive Mountain West Regular Season Championship and were 1 of 20 teams to make the NCAA Tournament the past three seasons. We proud that very senior that has been with our program over the past four years has cut down the nets in their last game in Lawlor. 

This senior group will be remembered as one of the greatest to ever put on a Nevada jersey and we thank them for the everlasting memories they helped create. Completing the season with a school record 29 wins and being ranked in the AP Top 20 all year speaks volumes to how special this group was. 

Most importantly, we helped prepare out players for life after college. Whether they want to pursue a professional basketball career or not, we made sure that our players will graduate with their degrees ready to make an impact on the world. We celebrate our players Cody and Caleb Martin, Jordan Caroline, David Cunningham, Trey Porter, Tre Thurman and Corey Henson on the legacy they will leave behind with them once they leave campus after graduation. 

On behalf of our staff and the University of Nevada, we are grateful for you joining us on this incredible journey and look forward seeing you all in Lawlor next season.

Thank you. Go Pack!

Sincerely,

Coach Muss

Monday, 25 March 2019 16:23

Historic Season for the Wolf Pack

A historic season comes to an end in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Wolf Pack finishes the season 29-5 with a 3rd consecutive Mountain West Championshiop and nationally ranked in the top 25 for the entire year. 

Our senior-led team accomplished something that many did not think was possible 4 years ago when Coach Musselman took over the program. 

Ranked as high as the #6 team in the country, the Pack swept our non-conference schedule while beating the likes of Arizona State, USC, Utah and Loyola Chicago. This start was the best in Nevada Basketball history. 

We had a team that made history and will be remembered in Reno not only by their basketball play but also how they impacted the community. We wat to thank our seniors for representing our program the way they did and also being great leaders in the community. 

Thank you to all the fans and supporters who helped make this year a special one and we look forward to bringing another special season to Nevada next fall. Go Pack!

 

The Pack is ready to play in the NCAA Tournament for the 3rd consecutive year. Today the #7 seed with face off against the Florida Gators on TNT in Des Moines, Iowa

This will be the 3rd NCAA Tournament in their careers for the Martin Twins and Jordan Caroline and the first for the rest of our active roster. 

Our preperation began Sunday night directly after we found out who we were playing and we have been continuing the preparation every day since.

The Pack fans who made the trip to Des Moines have made this place feel like home with their energy and enthusiasm every time they see us leaving the hotel, on our bus or walking into the arena. We look forward to seeing the fans at the game and cheering on the Pack like they have all year. 

What a special time for our program to have all our hard work pay off all year and get the opportunity to be one of 68 teams to play in the NCAA Tournament. We are excited for tip-off today. Go Pack!

The Wolf Pack moved into an elite category after the win Saturday night against San Diego State for winning back to back to back Mountain West Regular Season Championships. 

With the 83-51 win, the Pack solidifies the #1 seed in the Mountain West Tournament. 

Coming into the season which such high expectations, it is impressive that our players stayed the course and battled through adversity to finish the regular season 28-3. One of our goals at the beginning of the year that we wanted to accomplish was winning our third straight regular season conference championship. We are proud of our players for working hard in order to accomplish this goal. 

We now move our focus to the post season. As the #1 seed in the Mountain West tournament, our first game will be played on Thursday at noon agaist the winner of Boise State versus Colorado State. We understand that it will be a difficult three day stretch against three very good teams if we want to win this tournament.

This is why we need to stregth of the Pack in Vegas to cheer us on! Our fans have been the backbone of our success all season and we look forward to seeing all of our fans at the tournament.

Stop by Legacy Hall to pick up your Travel With the Pack shirt today before we leave for Vegas tomorrow. Go Pack!

Friday, 08 March 2019 16:55

Honoring a Memorable Senior Class

With the last regular season game of the year Saturday night, we will be honoring our 7 seniors. These seniors that will be finishing their career as a member of the Wolf Pack are one of the most memorable group of seniors in Nevada history. 

Jordan Caroline was the first of the group to join Nevada and has made his imprint in Reno over the past 4 years. From breaking double-double records to winning over our fans with his intense play and contagious personality, he has been the core of our program's success during his three years playing for us. Jordan took a leap of faith joining a team that won 9 games and currently has Nevada sitting at 27-3 this year.

Then came the Martin twins, who helped bring recognition to Nevada on a national level. Cody and Caleb instantly fit into Coach Musselman's system and flourished helping us win a regular season Mountain West Championship and advance to the Sweet Sixteen of the 2018 NCAA Tournament. 

The three other transfers who are playing there last season with our program Tre Thurman, Corey Henson and Trey Porter. Henson and Thurman were with the program last season during thei redshirt year and were a huge part of the Sweet Sixteen run as they pushed our players during practice daily. Porter graduate transfered from Old Dominion to play his last season of eligibility with the Wolf Pack. Trey Porter has been known to be an energy spark with his posterizing dunks all season. Thurman is our teams rock and is the ultmate team player that this group needs. Henson has came in and providied energy since day one with his on ball defense and excellent three point shooting. 

Lastly, fan favorite David Cunningham, will be suiting up for the last time in Lawlor on Saturday night. David has been a part of 117 games and has been the main guy to lead our scout team 117 times. Nevada is not in the place it is today without the contributions of David Cunningham over the past 4 seasons. 

We want to thank all 7 of our seniors for what they have done for our program. These 7 seniors have our program sitting at 27-3 with an opportunity to win a 3rd consecutive Moutain West Regular Season Championship. 

We ask our fans to come honor our seniors tomorrow night by attending the game and making it the best atmosphere of the season. We need your energy tomorrow night. Go Pack!

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