2009–10 Morgan State Bears men's basketball team

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2009–10 Morgan State Bears men's basketball
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MEAC Regular Season and Tournament Champions
NCAA Tournament, First Round
Conference Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
2009–10 record 27–10 (15–1 MEAC)
Head coach Todd Bozeman
Assistant coach Kevin McClain
Assistant coach Keith Goodie
Home arena Talmadge L. Hill Field House
Seasons
« 2008–09 2010–11 »
2009–10 MEAC men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Morgan State 15 1   .938     24 10   .706
Delaware St. 11 5   .688     16 11   .593
South Carolina St. 10 6   .625     16 13   .552
Norfolk St. 9 7   .563     11 18   .379
Hampton 8 8   .500     13 17   .433
Maryland Eastern Shore 8 8   .500     10 20   .333
Bethune-Cookman 7 9   .438     16 15   .516
Howard 6 10   .375     7 24   .226
North Carolina A&T 6 10   .375     10 21   .323
Florida A&M 5 11   .313     9 21   .300
Coppin St. 3 13   .188     8 21   .276
2010 MEAC Tournament winner
As of March 19, 2010; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2009–10 Morgan State Bears men's basketball team represented Morgan State University in the 2009–10 college basketball season. This was head coach Todd Bozeman's fourth season at Morgan State. The Bears competed in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and played their home games at Talmadge L. Hill Field House. They finished the season 27–10, 15–1 in MEAC play to win the regular season championship. They also won the 2010 MEAC Men's Basketball Tournament for the second consecutive year to receive the conferences automatic bid to the 2010 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament. They earned a 15 seed in the East Region where they lost to 2 seed and AP #6 West Virginia in the first round.

Roster[edit]

Source[1]

# Name Height Weight (lbs.) Position Class Hometown Previous Team(s)
1 Adam Braswell 6'1" 185 G Fr. Burlington, NJ, U.S. Notre Dame Prep
2 Gene Johnson 6'7" 220 F Sr. Hagerstown, MD, U.S. St. Maria Goretti HS
3 Danny Smith 5'11" 190 G Jr. Baltimore, MD, U.S. Woodlawn HS
4 Anthony Anderson 6'10" 235 F Fr. St. Charles, MD, U.S. La Plata HS
5 Jarrod Denard 6'2" 185 G Fr. Philadelphia, PA, U.S. Freire Charter School
11 Reggie Holmes 6'4" 180 G Sr. Baltimore, MD, U.S. St. Frances Academy
13 Sean Thomas 6'1" 185 G So. Clinton, MD, U.S. Gwynn Park HS
21 Joe Davis 6'0" 180 G Jr. Warrensville Heights, OH, U.S. Warrensville Heights HS
23 Troy Smith 6'4" 195 G Sr. Baltimore, MD, U.S. Douglass HS
Northeast JC (CO)
32 DeWayne Jackson 6'8" 210 F Fr. Bowie, MD, U.S. Bowie HS
33 Kevin Thompson 6'9" 240 F So. Baltimore, MD, U.S. Walbrook HS
34 Ameer Ali 6'4" 230 F So. Philadelphia, PA, U.S. Progressive Christian Academy
42 Rodney Stokes 6'10" 225 F Jr. Glen Burnie, MD, U.S. Old Mill HS
44 John Long 6'5" 210 F Sr. Hagerstown, MD, U.S. South Hagerstown HS
Hagerstown CC
53 Buford Foote 6'9" 210 C Sr. Atlanta, GA, U.S. Stone Mountain HS
Pensacola JC

Schedule and results[edit]

Source[2]

Date Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (Attendance)
Regular Season
11/13/2009* at Albany W 69–65  1–0 SEFCU Arena (3,434)
11/15/2009* at UMBC W 80–58  2–0 Retriever Activities Center (2,440)
11/19/2009* East Tennessee State W 72–61  3–0 Hill Field House (1,032)
11/22/2009* #20 at Louisville L 90–81  3–1 Freedom Hall (18,942)
11/24/2009* at Arkansas W 97–94  4–1 Bud Walton Arena (13,599)
11/28/2009* at Appalachian State L 93–92 OT 4–2 Holmes Convocation Center (1,576)
12/1/2009* at Loyola (MD) W 78–66  4–3 Reitz Arena (1,475)
12/5/2009 at Coppin State W 80–67  5–3 (1–0) Coppin Center (3,189)
12/8/2009* at Minnesota L 94–64  5–4 Williams Arena (11,007)
12/12/2009* Manhattan W 83–74  6–4 Hill Field House (2,113)
12/22/2009* Towson W 87–80  7–4 Hill Field House (988)
12/29/2009* vs. Eastern Kentucky
(Dr. Pepper Classic)
L 76–62  7–5 McKenzie Arena (NA)
12/30/2009* vs. Long Island
(Dr. Pepper Classic)
W 87–70  8–5 McKenzie Arena (NA)
1/4/2010* at Robert Morris L 78–75  8–6 Charles L. Sewall Center (648)
1/6/2010* at Baylor L 79–63  8–7 Ferrell Center (5,187)
1/9/2010 at Howard W 90–58  9–7 (2–0) Burr Gymnasium (513)
1/11/2010 at Hampton W 73–63  10–7 (3–0) Hampton Convocation Center (5,668)
1/16/2010 at South Carolina State W 72–67  11–7 (4–0) SHM Memorial Center (1,321)
1/18/2010* at Winston–Salem W 84–65  12–7 C. E. Gaines Center (2,013)
1/23/2010 Delaware State W 72–62  13–7 (5–0) Hill Field House (2,472)
1/25/2010 Maryland Eastern Shore W 88–71  14–7 (6–0) Hill Field House (3,109)
1/31/2010 at Norfolk State W 100–94 OT 15–7 (7–0) Joseph G. Echols Memorial Hall (589)
2/1/2010 at North Carolina A&T W 74–65  16–7 (8–0) Corbett Sports Center (1,564)
2/6/2010 Florida A&M W 94–68  17–7 (9–0) Hill Field House (179)
2/8/2010 Bethune–Cookman W 48–47  18–7 (10–0) Hill Field House (791)
2/13/2010* Winston–Salem W 79–65  19–7 Hill Field House (1,137)
2/15/2010 South Carolina State L 71–68  19–8 (10–1) Hill Field House (2,709)
2/17/2010 at Delaware State W 68–65  20–8 (11–1) Memorial Hall (1,379)
2/20/2010* at Murray State
(ESPN Bracket Busters)
L 75–66  20–9 RSEC (5,125)
2/22/2010 at Maryland Eastern Shore W 65–61  21–9 (12–1) Hytche Athletic Center (3,007)
2/27/2010 Norfolk State W 88–87 2OT 22–9 (13–1) Hill Field House (3,654)
3/1/2010 North Carolina A&T W 81–67  23–9 (14–1) Hill Field House (3,651)
3/4/2010 Coppin State W 74–54  24–9 (15–1) Hill Field House (4,550)
2010 MEAC Men's Basketball Tournament
3/10/2010 vs. North Carolina A&T
(Quarterfinals)
W 84–57  25–9 Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum (NA)
3/12/2010 vs. Hampton
(Semifinals)
W 74–67  26–9 Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum (NA)
3/13/2010 vs. South Carolina State
(Final)
W 68–67  27–9 Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum (NA)
2010 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament
3/19/2010* vs. #6 West Virginia
(First round)
L 77–50  27–10 HSBC Arena (18,653)
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. ( ) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Morgan State University - 2011-12 Men's Basketball Roster". Morganstatebears.com. Retrieved 2011-09-27. 
  2. ^ "2009-10 Schedule". Retrieved 2010-02-03.