★ 2010–11 Temple Owls mens basketball team
In the 2010-11 temple owls mens basketball team represented temple University in the 2010-11 NCAA division I mens basketball season. The team played their home games at the liacouras center, which has a capacity 10.206. The owls were in the 29th season as a member of the Atlantic 10 conference. In the previous season, temple owls received a 29-6 record and reached the NCAA tournament. The team returned three from the previous season, but top-scorer Ryan Brooks and point guard Luis Guzman gone, finished. They were replaced by new players Aaron brown, Anthony Lee, and Jimmy McDonnell and graduate student transfer Dutch Gaitley. In the offseason, other Atlantic 10 coaches predicted that the temple owls to win the League.
The temple owls finished the season with a record of 26-8. Among the highlights of the year was upset #10 Georgetown on December 9, in coach Fran Dunphys victory No. 400. In addition, Lavoy Allen became temple owls all-time leading rebounder in a 66-52 rout of Saint Josephs. Allen snatched 12 boards to pass temple owls analyst radio johnny Baums 1.042 career rebounds. Owls 14-2 mark in Atlantic 10 play earned them a two seed in the 2011 Atlantic 10 mens basketball tournament where they lost in the semifinals to Richmond.
The team earned at large bids to the Department of NCAA 2011 I mens basketball tournament seven seed, and defeated Penn state in the round of 64 on a last second shot by guard Juan Fernandez. The victory ended Uniteds 11-game losing streak in the NCAA tournament, the longest on record. Season the temple owls ended in double overtime loss to San Diego in the round of 32. After the season, Allen was selected to the all-Atlantic 10 first team, Ramon Moore was selected to the all-Atlantic 10 second team, Fernandez all-Atlantic 10 Third team selection, and Scootie Randall was named the all-Atlantic 10 honorable mention. Allen was drafted by "Philadelphia-76" in the second round of the NBA draft 2011.
1. Preseason. (Предсезонного)
In the 2010-11 temple owls mens basketball team was in 29th season as a member of the Atlantic 10 conference. Since 1997, the team played its home games in the liacouras center, which has a capacity 10.206. Last season, the Atlantic 10 preseason poll predicted that the temple owls to finish in fifth place in the conference, tied with Duquesne. Despite low expectations, the owls were tied with Xavier for the Atlantic 10 standings with a 14-2 conference record and won its third consecutive Atlantic 10 tournament title. The team drew the five seed in the 2010 NCAA mens division I basketball tournament where they lost to 12 seed Cornell in the first round, 78-65, and finished with a record of 29-6. Head coach Fran Dunphy was rewarded with a contract extension on 5 may 2010, and will remain with the temple owls before the season 2017-18.
Before the start of the 2010-11 season, the temple owls mens basketball team lost two starters from the previous year to graduation: Ryan Brooks and Luis Guzman. Brooks was the teams leading scorer, averaging 14.3 points per game and on average, 4.2 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game. In his last season he was selected to all-conference second team and finished his career with 1.225 points, 31st place in the history of the temple owls. Guzman was the owls point guard, the team leader in the aid-to-turnover ratio at 2.07 and averaged 4.9 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game. He was team captain and received the degree of bachelor of business administration in three and a half years. To move forward Rafael DeLeon received.
Two players left the temple owls voluntarily: sophomores Chris Clarke and Carmel Bouchman. Clark redshirted in 2009-10 after transferring from Pensacola to College, again transferred to the personnel Department the second College Morehouse. Bouchman appeared in nine games and tallied a total of 12 minutes and two points before returning to tel Aviv, Israel. Lavoy Allen, a first team all-conference selection and leading teams rebounder at 10.7 rebounds per game. Allen briefly played with the 2010 NBA draft, but returned to the temple owls for his senior season. Forward Craig Williams foot surgery and has not played this season.
October 21, 2010, the owls were voted by other Atlantic 10 coaches as the preseason favorite to win the League, receiving 19 first place votes. Allen was selected to the all-conference first team and defensive team, while Juan Fernandez was selected to the second team. Allen was listed on the preseason wooden and Naismith awards 50-man list. Jay Bilas of ESPN called the temple owls the third team in the Atlantic 10 behind Xavier and Dayton. He brought Allens years of experience in team USA and development Michael Eric as factors for a successful season.
1.1. Preseason. Incoming signatures. (Входящие подписей)
Anthony Lee, a center from eustis, Florida, joined temple owls on September 26, 2009, becoming the first member of the owls recruiting class. Maryland native transferred from Eustis high school in Military Academy West Oaks after his Junior year. As a senior, he averaged 23.0 points, 14.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game, winning MVP honors from the Sunshine Independent athletic Association. ESPN put his #38-Center in its class. Lee took the temple owls over scholarship guests from southern California, Georgia, and Seton Hall. After undergoing surgery on a herniated disc, Lee redshirted the season.
November 2, small forward Aaron brown of Newark, new Jersey signed with the owls. He was responsible for a game average of 17.6 points, 4.0 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 3.0 steals in his senior campaign at St. Benedicts prep. Brown was in new Jersey all-prep first team selection in 2010 and participated in Jordan brand classic regional. He chose temple owls over Harvard, Miami.Penn, Boston College, and Florida state.
Small forward Jimmy McDonnell of Jackson, state of new Jersey, joined the team on 11 August 2010. In his senior season in high school Jackson Memorial McDonnell averaging 13.9 points and 6.5 rebounds and 4.0 blocks in the game as Jackson memorial compiled a 16-8 record. McDonnell was selected to the first team all-division in the shore conference, and was the most valuable player in the WOBM holiday classic. McDonnell was initially led the division II University of Massachusetts, but after a strong performance at JamFest HoopGroup West Virginia, he attracted the attention of the owls coach Fran Dunphy. McDonnell redshirted the season to add bulk to his frame.
Dutch Gaitley was given the assignability of the NCAA and was immediately, instead of having to sit in a regular season. The striker has completed three years of Monmouth University, earning his bachelor of arts degree in 2009. In the temple, Gaitley pursued a masters degree in sports management. A native of Haverford, Pennsylvania, he was a 2006 graduate of Archbishop Carroll school. In 88 games at Monmouth, he averaged 2.3 points and 4.1 rebounds per game.
1.2. Preseason. The teams 2011-12 recruits. (2011-12 новобранцев команды)
The only party owls 2011 recruiting class will Cummings, a point guard from Jacksonville, Florida who made at 4 September 2010. He averaged 18.1 points, 8.1 assists, 4.0 steals per game as a senior in the school of Providence, in addition to wearing a GPA of 4.0 Jacksonville times-Union called him in high school boys basketball player of the year. Cummings drew the attention of Stanford, Miami.and Boston College, but chose temple because of their winning tradition.
2.1. Season. Field season. (Полевой сезон)
The temple owls started their season with a 62-56 home win over the Seton Hall pirates on November 12. The latest Seton hall led with 8:15 in the first half, with herb Pope jump shot to make the score 20-17. The owls went on a 17-0 run to close the half. They led the score to 16 With 4 minutes and 16seconds left in the game, but Seton Hall scored the next 12 points to cut their deficit to four. Despite retaining most of their players from the 2009-2010 season, when they were eighth-largest team competition in Division I at 80.1 points per game, Seton Hall was held to 30 percent shooting, the defense of the temple owls. Juan Fernandez led temple owls with 12 points, and Rahlir Jefferson recorded his first double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Owls player Lavoy Allen sat most of the game with fouls. The owls won their next match against Toledo 82-49. All five starters scored above nine, and Michael Eric was the best scorer with 14 points.
Over the weekend of Thanksgiving, owls traveled to lake Buena Vista, Florida to participate in the old Spice classic. Temple owls suffered their first defeat of the season on 25 November, falling to California 57-50. The Golden bears went on a 16-1 run late in the second half to seal the victory. The next day, the temple owls bounced back to beat Georgia 65-58. Scootie Randall had a career-high 18 points for the owls, including 15 in the first half. Rahlir Jefferson converted a three-point play with 41.4 seconds, securing the victory for the temple owls. In the old Spice classic consolation game, the temple owls lost to Texas A& m 54-51. Texas A& m took a 51-50 lead when B. Holmes scored with 18.5 seconds left. Then Juan Fernandez missed an open jumper that would have given the temple owls forward. "We need better shoot the ball. Our defense is pretty solid. We have a chance to be a good basketball team," said coach temple owls Fran Dunphy after the game.
Team, the next task is the Central Michigan chippewas, the temple owls are processed 65-53. The owls were losing 31-41 with 16:35 left in the game, but then scored the next eight points. The temple owls finally took off Lavoy Allens layup with 9:30 remaining. Juan Fernandez notched 18 points led the owls, and Allen had a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds. In the teams first meeting since 2006, the temple owls knocked Maryland 63-61. Despite trailing by 15 at halftime, Maryland staged a comeback, led by Terrell Stoglin, who in 12 of his 16 points in the second half. James Padgett dunked with 1:49 left to tie the game at 56. After that, Lavoy Allen completed three-point play, and Khalif Wyatt stole Dino Gregorys pass to put the temple owls in the lead constantly. The owls outrebounded 42-32 on the turtles, and Ramon Moore scored 16 points to lead the team.
December 9, temple owls matched up against Georgetown. Fran Dunphy earned his 400th victory in his career, and his owls upset the tenth place Hoyas 68-65. In their first home game in nearly a month, the temple owls early 6-0 lead and not trail the entire game. They are in Chapter 11 in the first half, and the back door to Ramon Moore put the owls up 39-32 at the break. In the hoyas managed to tie the game at 56 when Chris Wright sunk a pair of free throws. A three-pointer from Moore and a rebound shot from Rahlir Jefferson allowed the temple owls to take a 61-56 lead. Hook shot Georgetowns Julian Vaughn to cut the deficit Hoya one is less than a minute, but Hollis Thompson missed that would have given the hoyas the lead. Jefferson grabbed the rebound, and then scored two free throws and a last-second halfcourt shot by Austin Freeman went over the shield. Temple owls fans rushed the court after the buzzer, as Georgetown suffered its first defeat of the year. Moore shot 12-for-18 from the floor for a career-high 30 points. Dunphy congratulated his teams defensive effort, holding Hoyas on 44 percent shooting, and said, "All of these guys. Theyre all great players and great people."
Then the owls won three mid-American conference team: Akron, Northern Illinois and Ohio. 12 December, Eriks, Michael 16 points, temple owls routed Akron 82-47. During the break, the owls led 40-15 after shooting 63% in the first half. Temple owls shot 53.4 percent from the field in the 84-74 win over Northern Illinois. Lavoy Allen had 22 points and Ramone Moore 21 in the contest. Rahlir Jefferson career high 18 points led the temple owls last 76-65 Ohio owls to sixth straight win.
When the temple owls will face #7 Villanova December 30, for the first time since 1988 that two Philadelphia big five teams ranked in the associated Press poll have met. Owl is star guard Corey Fisher five points, but his comrades rear Corey Stokes and Malik Wayns tallied 24 and 21 points, respectively, to give Villanova in the 78-74 victory. The game was back and forth all night, and the Temple owls held a 40-39 lead at the break. Villanova built a 10-point advantage in the second half, but the owls went on a 13-0 run to take the three points. With 2.3 seconds Lavoy Allen hit a three to cut risky to lead to 76-74, but Wayns sealed the win with a pair of free throws. Allen scored 22 of the temple owls, and Juan Fernandez had 20 points.
2.2. Season. Season of the conference. (Сезон конференции)
The start of season conference, the owls won against Fordham 70-51 at "IZOD center". Fordham last won a game conference on 28 January 2009, the temple owls had a 27-22 deficit in the first half. However, a balanced offensive attack, led by Juan Fernandez and Ramone Moores 15 points helped temple owls forward. Michael Eric scored his first collegiate double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds, and Lavoy Allen was the fourth starter to score in double figures with 12 points. January 6, starting point guard Juan Fernandez injured his right knee in practice and missed the January 9 game against St. Louis. Despite 30.6 percent shooting from the field, the owls won 57-53 for Ramone Moores 15 points. The temple owls were 41-32 with 10:13 remaining, then went on a 11-2 run. Moore scored five points in a row to break a tie at 49, giving the owls a lead. In the billikens missed all seven three-pointers against Temple owls defense. Fernandez also missed the January 12 game against St. Bonaventure, but the owls won the Boni, however, 83-55. Ramone Moore led all five starters in double-digit scoring with 19 points. The team shot 30 of 59 and 9 for 21 from three-point land.
The temple owls first loss in conference play 78-66 vs Duquesne Dukes, despite the return of Juan Fernandez. Owls started the game by trailing 22-2, missing their first 14 shots. The temple owls scored his first goal at the 8:18 mark of the first half and shot 17 percent in the first half. Duquesne kick in the first half to 67% of the way to a 40-23 halftime lead. In the second half, the owls scored the first six points, but the Dukes went on a 8-2 run, from which the temple Owls could not recover. Ramone Moore contributed 18 points to lead the owls. Temple owls recovered from 75-56 from the conference to win the Philadelphia big five team Penn. Khalif Wyatt scored a career best 27 points, Ramone Moore added 12 points and Lavoy Allen scored 10 points and six blocks.
Xavier defeated temple owls 88-77 on January 22, leaving them in the conference Home-court winning streak to 35, beating the temple owls 34-game conference home winning streak to the longest in Atlantic 10 history. Former Xavier player Brian Grant his Jersey retired at halftime, and the team wore uniforms return in his honor. Grant gave the Musketeers a PEP talk before the game, and Xavier opened up an early 16-8 lead. Scootie Randall scored the temple owls first 10 points, hitting five of its first six shots. The owls took their only lead in the half 29-28 from the three Randall. In the second half, the teams traded baskets before Xavier went on a 10-0 run. Randall led temple owls on 11-1 run to tie the game at 66, knocking two channel layups and three-point shot, and finished with a career-high 28 points. Owls finally 69-68 lead from Khalif Wyatt three-pointer with 5:30 to go. Then Tu Holloway hit a scoop shot and mark Lyons layup and steal to give Xavier to a 75-69 advantage that they are well maintained. Holloway scored 21 points and 19 Lyons to score the most points against the Temple owls this season.
Khalif Wyatt, who replaced Juan Fernandez after Fernandez continued to have knee problems, was key to the temple owls 76-67 win over Charlotte. He scored 17 points, collected six dimes and grabbed six rebounds. Ramone Moore added 16 points, Lavoy Allen recorded a double-double-15 points and 11 rebounds, and Scootie Randall contributed 14 points. On 29 January, the temple owls defeated the rival 72-54 St. Josephs. Scootie Randall led temple with 17 points. In their next game, the temple owls defeated La Salle at 71-67. The owls were 61-47 lead with 3:17 left, but Aaric Murray led a late return of researchers, as he connected on two three-point shots. Khalif Wyatt scored 18 points for the owls.
The owls defeated Rhode island 80-67 on 5 Feb. Scootie Randall scored 27 points as the Temple owls shot 53.2 percent from the field. Against Fordham, temple owls 25-point lead was cut to three before winning 77-66. Brandon Frazier of the RAMS drained a three-pointer with 13:17 left a trail 53-50, but they would get no closer. Ramon Moore scored 22 points to lead the owls. Lavoy Allen left the game in the second half with a right ankle injury. Allen missed the next game against Dayton, but the temple owls ran 75-63 victory, however, caused by Ramone Moore, who scored 26 points. Temple owls missed their first seven shots, allowing Dayton to stay in the game. However, Moore hit a three pointer to start the 11-2 run ahead of the owls 18-12. Their defense held Dayton to 37 percent shooting, and Temple owls maintained the lead. After the game, coach Brian Gregory Dayton said,".this is one of the best passing teams not just in League but in the country."
Before the game against Richmond, temple owls announced that starting center Michael Eric was unavailable for the season with a right patella injury. Lavoy Allen returned and the Temple owls ended the spiders eight game road winning streak, scoring 73-53. Ramone Moore scored 24 points. Juan Fernandez was 20 points off of 9-10 shooting. Temple owls controlled the game with a 16-0 work in the second half and shot 56 percent for the game. Lavoy Allen became temple owls all-time leading reflector in a 66-52 rout of Saint Josephs. Allen snatched 12 boards to beat the temple owls radio analyst johnny Baums 1.042 career rebounds. Ramone Moores 17 points led the team, and Allen scored 14 points to go along with his milestone rebounds. Temple owls forward Scootie Randall was unavailable, received a leg injury. Owls traveled to Cameron indoor stadium to play against top-ranked Duke in a nonconference game. The temple owls lost to delirium tremens 78-61, as Kyle singler led Duke with 28 points. Lavoy Allen scored 17 points and made 13 rebounds in temple owls, but Duke increased its lead over the owls in the second half to work.
Temple owls missed 16 of their first 18 shots against George Washington, trailing by 20-8. Lavoy Allen then took control of the team, scoring 10 straight points at the main break 26-23. In the second half, temple owls defense held the colony to two points in the last 11:22, and Temple owls won 57-41. Allen contributed 19 points and 16 rebounds, while Khalif Wyatt scored 14 points. Juan Fernandezs 19 points helped temple owls defeat the University 73-67, in overtime in the Owls first game. Four of the half, the temple owls tied the game at 65 with 48 seconds left from a free-kick on Ramone Moore. Fernandez had a chance to win the game in regulation, but his layup with 1 second left was blocked UMasss Sampson Carter. In overtime, T. J. Dileo hit a layup with 4:20 remaining that gave the temple owls forward. The temple owls regular season, the team earned a 90-82 win against La Salle for Lavoy Allens career-high-24 points.
2.3. Season. Postseason. (Постсезонных)
The tournament 2011 Atlantic 10 mens basketball, temple owls received a two-seed in the strength of a 14-2 conference record and received a bye in the quarterfinals. Because of La Salle beating St. Bonaventure in the first round, the temple owls have been agreed with La Salle. The owls won the game 96-76, posting their highest score of the season in the process. Five players scored more than nine, and Ramone Moore led the attack with 23 points. Kevin Anderson of Richmond scored 22, defeating the owls in the semifinals, 58-54 and ending with the temple owls ten-game winning streak at boardwalk hall. Ramone Moore hit a layup to push the owls ahead 54-53 in five minutes. Richmond took the lead 55-54 at the 3:48 mark, as Justin Harper scored the goal. Harper finished the game with 18 points and nine rebounds, and was involved in controversial end of the game. With 30 seconds left, Khalif Wyatt attempted a 3-pointer and Harper swooped down on him, but no call was made. Wyatt continued to foul Harper, hit the decisive free throws. Wyatt had 15 points, while Lavoy Allen added 12 points and 10 rebounds. Juan Fernandez made only 3 of his 17 attempts at goal.
Sunday selection, the temple owls received seven seed was due to face Penn state in 2011 NCAA mens division I basketball tournament on March 17 at the McHale center in Tucson, Arizona. These two teams played each other in a fight in the preseason. They also met in the 2001 division in the NCAA mens basketball tournament, when I owls earned an 84-72 victory in the sweet sixteen. Coming into the game, Fran Dunphy was the NCAA record in the tournaments 11-game losing streak, the University of Pennsylvania and Temple owls. "I probably think about it less than others," said Dunphy, "but you think about it. Id be lying if I said I wasnt. But Im so happy for these children and so excited to be in the tournament. We had a good run – this is a special group for four consecutive years going to the NCAA tournament is pretty special."
Scootie Randall returned to the owls and earned, although he played only six minutes, not the result. The game started with hot shooting Penn States Talor battle, who drained three of his first four threes to put the Nittany Lions to a 20-11. 17 points in the first half of the Juan Fernandez helped the temple owls to take a 35-33 lead at halftime. Jeff Brooks, a starting forward for the nittany lions, dislocated my right shoulder a minute into the half and sat the rest of the game. In the second half there were ten lead changes, neither team led by more than four points. Ramone Moores 15 foot shot with 1:10 remaining pulled the owls ahead 62-61. In Penn state arising from the ownership, the fight took the ball into the Hoop but was blocked by Rahlir Jefferson, and Temple owls took possession. Fernandez fouled, and his pair of free throws with 28 seconds extended the Owl lead to 64-61. With the clock at 12.2, battle hit a three pointer from behind the NBA line to tie the game at 64-64. Fran Dunphy called a timeout, and Khalif Wyatt advised Dunphy to make a play Fernandez. Fernandez was double-teamed and was forced to go on off-balance 18-footer. The ball fell into the ring four seconds remaining, and Temple owls won 66-64. Fernandez and Moore finished with 23 points, a season high for Fernandez.
Season the temple owls ended March 19 with a 71-64 loss to second-seeded the state of San Diego in double overtime. The Aztecs took 11 points in the first half, but the temple owls recovered. Turnover, Lavoy Allen made a seven-footer to tie the game at 54 with 51 seconds left in the second half. Chase Tapley of the San Diego missed a baseline shot at the end of regulation and the game went into overtime. Early in the first overtime, Juan Fernandez has hit a three-pointer to give the owls a 57-54 lead. Malcolm Thomas answered a three-point play to tie the game at 61. Thomas couldnt hit a shot and the game went into a second overtime. With sdsu to maintain 69-64 lead, Aztecs stars Qax Leonard stole the ball from Khalif Wyatt and his uncontested dunk assured his teams victory. Ramone Moore had 17 points, and Allen with 12 points and 11 rebounds in his final game as a Temple Owl.
3. Awards and honorary titles. (Награды и почетные звания)Lavoy Allen
- All-Atlantic 10 Preseason First Team.
- 28 Feb 2011 Atlantic 10 conference player of the week.
- 6 Dec 2010 Atlantic 10 conference player of the week.
- All-Philadelphia Big Five First Team.
- Preseason Naismith College player of the year list.
- Philadelphia big five player of the year.
- Preseason John R. Wooden Award Watchlist.
- All-Atlantic 10 Preseason Defensive Team.
- All-Atlantic 10 Defensive Team.
- All-Atlantic 10 First Team.
- 6 Mar 2011 Atlantic 10 conference player of the week.
- All-Atlantic 10 Preseason Second Team.
- The Bob Cousy Award Watchlist.
- All-Atlantic 10 Third Team.
- All-Atlantic 10 Academic Group.
- All-Philadelphia Big Five Second Team.
- All-Philadelphia Big Five First Team.
- The national Association of basketball coaches district 4 second team.
- All-Atlantic 10 Second Team.
- All-Atlantic 10 Diploma. (Все-Атлантического Диплом 10)
- Chris Daniels Most improved player of the year.
- February 7, 2011 Atlantic 10 conference player of the week.
- Atlantic 10 sixth man of the year.
4. NBA draft. (Драфт НБА)
In the 2011 NBA draft, the Philadelphia 76ers drafted Lavoy Allen in the second round with the 50th place on June 23. Allen became the 32nd player in the temple should be prepared and for the first time with the new York Knicks selected Mardy Collins with the 29th place in 2006. "I am very happy for him," said coach Fran Dunphy. "He has accomplished a lot in College basketball. It is a great honour should be prepared, and to go to "Sixers" are the icing on the cake."
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