2009–10 Tulsa Golden Hurricane men's basketball team

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2009–10 Tulsa Golden Hurricane men's basketball
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NIT First Round
Conference Conference USA
2009–10 record 23–12 (10–6 C-USA)
Head coach Doug Wojcik
Assistant coach David Cason
Assistant coach Jeremy Ballard
Assistant coach Andy Kohut
Home arena Reynolds Center
Seasons
« 2008–09 2010–11 »
2009–10 Conference USA men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
UTEP 15 1   .938     26 7   .788
Memphis 13 3   .813     24 10   .706
UAB 11 5   .688     25 9   .735
Marshall 11 5   .688     24 9   .727
Tulsa 10 6   .625     23 12   .657
Southern Miss 8 8   .500     20 13   .606
Houston 7 9   .438     19 16   .543
SMU 7 9   .438     14 17   .452
UCF 6 10   .375     15 17   .469
East Carolina 4 12   .250     10 21   .323
Tulane 3 13   .188     8 22   .267
Rice 1 15   .063     8 23   .258
2010 CUSA Tournament winner
As of March 20, 2010; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2009–10 Tulsa Golden Hurricane men's basketball team represented the University of Tulsa in the 2009–10 college basketball season. This was head coach Doug Wojcik's fifth season at Tulsa. The Golden Hurricane competed in Conference USA and played their home games at the Reynolds Center. They finished the season 23–12, 10–6 in CUSA play, lost in the semifinals of the 2010 Conference USA Men's Basketball Tournament and were invited to the 2010 National Invitation Tournament where they lost in the first round.

Roster[edit]

Source[1]

# Name Height Weight (lbs.) Position Class Hometown Previous Team(s)
1 Ben Uzoh 6'3" 205 G Sr. San Antonio, TX, U.S. Warren HS
2 Bryson Pope 6'6" 210 G/F Fr. Jenks, OK, U.S. Jenks HS
4 Shane Heirman 6'1" 195 G Jr. McHenry, IL, U.S. Marian Central Catholic HS
Marquette
10 Barrett Hunter 6'1" 180 G Fr. McLean, VA, U.S. Langley HS
11 Steven Idlet 6'10" 240 F So. Prairie Grove, AR, U.S. Prairie Grove HS
12 Bishop Wheatley 6'6" 225 F Sr. Cedar Hill, TX, U.S. Cedar Hill HS
13 Donte Medder 6'1" 175 G Fr. Phoenix, AZ, U.S. Mesa HS
14 Will Sanger 6'3" 185 G Sr. Seattle, WA, U.S. Bear Creek HS
15 Justin Hurtt 6'4" 195 G Jr. Raytown, MO, U.S. Archbishop O'Hara HS
22 Glenn Andrews 6'2" 195 G Jr. Alexandria, VA, U.S. T. C. Williams HS
23 Jerome Jordan 7'0" 250 C Sr. Kingston, Jamaica Florida Air Academy
30 Scottie Haralson 6'4" 220 G So. Jackson, MS, U.S. Provine HS
UConn
32 Kodi Maduka 6'10" 210 F Fr. Arlington, TX, U.S. Arlington HS
33 Joe Richard 6'7" 235 F So. San Bernardino, CA, U.S. Arroyo Valley HS
35 D.J. Magley 6'9" 255 F Jr. Bradenton, FL, U.S. Bradenton Christian HS
Western Kentucky
40 Colter Morgan 6'8" 210 F So. Big Spring, TX, U.S. Coahoma HS

Schedule and results[edit]

Source[2]

Date Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (Attendance)
Regular Season
11/13/2009* St. Mary's (TX) W 72–47  1–0 Reynolds Center (4,862)
11/15/2009* Florida International W 81–49  2–0 Reynolds Center (4,604)
11/17/2009* Arkansas-Little Rock W 59–45  3–0 Reynolds Center (5,560)
11/21/2009* South Alabama W 84–62  4–0 Reynolds Center (4,667)
11/24/2009* Loyola Marymount W 79–67  5–0 Reynolds Center (4,626)
11/28/2009* at Missouri State L 83–75  5–1 JQH Arena (7,389)
12/2/2009* Oklahoma State W 86–65  6–1 Reynolds Center (8,455)
12/6/2009* Ohio W 81–80  7–1 Reynolds Center (4,886)
12/17/2009* Jackson State W 92–39  8–1 Reynolds Center (4,804)
12/19/2009* Chicago State W 86–49  9–1 Reynolds Center (4,982)
12/22/2009* vs. Nebraska
(Las Vegas Classic)
L 74–70  9–2 Orleans Arena (NA)
12/23/2009* vs. Nevada
(Las Vegas Classic)
L 99–68  9–3 Orleans Arena (NA)
1/2/2010* Colorado W 84–59  10–3 Reynolds Center (5,592)
1/6/2010 Tulane W 73–59  11–3 (1–0) Reynolds Center (4,969)
1/9/2010 at Houston W 86–80  12–3 (2–0) Hofheinz Pavilion (3,115)
1/13/2010 at Southern Methodist W 63–56  13–3 (3–0) Moody Coliseum (2,104)
1/16/2010 Central Florida W 90–70  14–3 (4–0) Reynolds Center (2,327)
1/20/2010* at Oral Roberts W 57–52  15–3 Mabee Center (9,303)
1/23/2010 Rice W 62–58  16–3 (5–0) Reynolds Center (5,312)
1/26/2010 at #25 Alabama–Birmingham L 65–55  16–4 (5–1) Bartow Arena (7,691)
1/30/2010 at Central Florida W 55–50  17–4 (6–1) UCF Arena (6,632)
2/3/2010 Marshall W 73–69  18–4 (7–1) Reynolds Center (5,308)
2/6/2010 at Texas–El Paso L 73–59  18–5 (7–2) Don Haskins Center (12,092)
2/10/2010 Southern Mississippi W 60–52  19–5 (8–2) Reynolds Center (5,889)
2/13/2010 Memphis L 93–86  19–6 (8–3) Reynolds Center (7,425)
2/17/2010 at Marshall L 64–58  19–7 (8–4) Cam Henderson Center (5,324)
2/20/2010 Texas–El Paso L 78–70  19–8 (8–5) Reynolds Center (5,837)
2/25/2010* at #5 Duke L 70–52  19–9 Cameron Indoor Stadium (9,314)
2/27/2010 at East Carolina W 85–73  20–9 (9–5) Williams Arena (5,013)
3/3/2010 Southern Methodist W 58–55  21–9 (10–5) Reynolds Center (5,324)
3/6/2010 at Memphis L 75–53  21–10 (10–6) FedExForum (17,238)
2010 Conference USA Men's Basketball Tournament
3/10/2010 vs. Rice
(First round)
W 73–62  22–10 BOK Center (NA)
3/11/2010 vs. Marshall
(Quarterfinals)
W 80–64  23–10 BOK Center (NA)
3/12/2010 vs. #25 Texas–El Paso
(Semifinals)
L 75–61  23–11 BOK Center (NA)
2010 National Invitation Tournament
3/17/2010 at Kent State
(First Round)
L 75–74  23–12 Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center (1,175)
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. ( ) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

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