Roster

No. Player Pos. HT WT YR Hometown

0 Kavonte Ivery F 6-7 230 Fr. Stockbridge, Ga.

1 Damon Wilson G 6-5 200 Jr. Atlanta

2 Malik Benlevi F 6-6 225 Sr. Savannah, Ga.

10 Nelson Phillips G 6-4 175 Fr. Warner Robins, Ga.

12 Kane Williams G 6-3 190 So. Douglasville, Ga.

14 Chris Clerkley F 6-9 235 Jr. Perry, Ga.

15 D’Marcus Simonds G 6-3 195 Jr. Gainesville, Ga.

20 Josh Linder F 6-9 205 So. Kathleen, Ga.

21 James Wall F 6-8 190 Fr. Canton, Ga.

24 Devin Mitchell G 6-4 190 Sr. Lawrenceville, Ga.

30 Jeff Thomas F 6-5 190 Sr. Norwalk, Ohio

35 Matt Chism G 6-3 185 Sr. Dawsonville, Ga.

50 Jordan Tyson F 6-9 220 Sr. Cincinnati

Head coach: Ron Hunter (seventh season)

Assistant coaches: Ray McCallum, Claude Pardue, Travis Williams

Season review/ 24-9 record, 13-5 Sun Belt

Nov. 6 E. Tennessee St. W 74-68

Nov. 9 at Montana L 81-74

Nov. 13 Mercer W 62-60

Nov. 19 St. Bonaventure

(at Cayman Islands) W 75-65

Nov. 20 Creighton

(at Cayman Islands) L 93-68

Nov. 21 Georgia (at Cayman Islands) W 91-67

Nov. 28 at Tulane W 80-76

Dec. 1 at Liberty L 78-52

Dec. 4 at Alabama W 83-80

Dec. 12 Chattanooga W 95-88

Dec. 15 at Kansas State L 71-59

Dec. 19 UNC-Wilmington W 86-71

Dec. 29 Middle Georgia W 117-69

Jan. 3 at UT-Arlington W 63-58

Jan. 5 at Texas State W 73-69

Jan. 10 Louisiana W 89-76

Jan. 12 Louisiana Monroe W 74-73

Jan. 17 at South Alabama W 69-66

Jan. 19 at Troy L 77-75

Jan. 24 Texas State L 81-68

Jan. 26 Texas-Arlington W 77-71

Feb. 2 Ga. Southern W 81-72

Feb. 6 at La. Monroe L 82-76

Feb. 8 at Louisiana L 76-72

Feb. 13 Troy W 77-63

Feb. 15 South Alabama W 90-81

Feb. 21 at Appalachian St. W 80-75

Feb. 23 at Coastal Carolina L 95-82

Feb. 28 Arkansas State W 76-60

March 2 Little Rock W 83-70

March 9 Ga. Southern W 90-85

*Sun Belt Tournament (New Orleans)

March 16 Texas State W 59-46

March 17 Texas Arlington W 73-64

Panthers went 0-3 against other NCAA Tournament teams (Montana, Liberty, Kansas State), but a 13-5 run through the Sun Belt — plus the tournament title — lands the Panthers in the field of 68 again.

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