2013–14 DePaul Blue Demons men's basketball team

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2013–14 DePaul Blue Demons men's basketball
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Conference Big East Conference
2013–14 record 12–21 (3–15 Big East)
Head coach Oliver Purnell (4th year)
Assistant coach Ron Bradley
Assistant coach Billy Garrett
Assistant coach Renard Phillips
Home arena Allstate Arena
Sullivan Athletic Center
Seasons
« 2012–13 2014–15 »
2013–14 Big East men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#6 Villanova 16 2   .889     29 5   .853
#16 Creighton 14 4   .778     27 8   .771
Providence 10 8   .556     23 12   .657
Xavier 10 8   .556     21 13   .618
St. John's 10 8   .556     20 13   .606
Marquette 9 9   .500     17 15   .531
Georgetown 8 10   .444     18 15   .545
Seton Hall 6 12   .333     17 17   .500
Butler 4 14   .222     14 17   .452
DePaul 3 15   .167     12 21   .364
2014 Big East Tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll
Source:[1]

The 2013–14 DePaul Blue Demons men's basketball team represented DePaul University during the 2013–14 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Blue Demons, led by fourth year head coach Oliver Purnell, played their home games at the Allstate Arena, with two home games at McGrath-Phillips Arena, and were members of the newly reorganized Big East Conference. They finished the season 12–21, 3–15 in Big East play to finish in last place. They advanced to the quarterfinals of the Big East Tournament where they lost to Creighton.

Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Height Weight Year Hometown
0 R.J. Curington Guard 6–4 205 Freshman Dyer, Indiana
1 DeJuan Marrero Forward 6–5 219 Freshman Gary, Indiana
2 Tommy Hamilton Jr. Center 6–10 284 Freshman Chicago, Illinois
3 Myke Henry Forward 6–6 210 Junior Chicago, Illinois
4 Edwind McGhee Guard 6–3 205 Junior Champaign, Illinois
5 Billy Garrett Jr. Guard 6–5 194 Freshman Chicago, Illinois
11 Forrest Robinson Forward 6–10 229 Junior Eastland, Texas
12 Cleveland Melvin Forward 6–8 208 Senior Baltimore, Maryland
13 Cory Dolins Guard 6–0 182 Sophomore Skokie, Illinois
20 Brandon Young Guard 6–4 192 Senior Baltimore, Maryland
21 Jamee Crockett Forward 6–4 207 Junior Chicago, Illinois
25 Durrell McDonald Guard 6–1 169 Sophomore Las Vegas, Nevada
30 Peter Ryckbosch Forward 6–9 237 Sophomore Chicago, Illinois
32 Charles McKinney Guard 6–3 183 Junior Evanston, Illinois
42 Greg Sequele Forward 6–9 215 Junior Sainte-Rose, Guadeloupe
55 Sandi Marcius Forward 6–10 255 Senior Nedelišće, Croatia

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Opponent Site TV Result Attendance Record
Exhibition
10/29/2013* 8:00 pm Lewis Sullivan Athletic CenterChicago, IL W 84–79  2,824
Regular season
11/09/2013* 7:00 pm Grambling State Sullivan Athletic Center • Chicago, IL FS2 W 96–58  3,254 1–0
11/13/2013* 8:00 pm Southern Miss Allstate ArenaRosemont, IL
(CBE Hall of Fame Classic)
FS2 L 68–75  5,840 1–1
11/16/2013* 1:00 pm Wright State Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL
(CBE Hall of Fame Classic)
FSN W 81–72  6,162 2–1
11/19/2013* 7:00 pm at Milwaukee U.S. Cellular ArenaMilwaukee, WI W 80–71  3,186 3–1
11/25/2013* 9:00 pm vs. #12 Wichita State Sprint CenterKansas City, MO
(CBE Hall of Fame Classic semifinals)
ESPN3 L 72–90  7,682 3–2
11/26/2013* 6:30 pm vs. Texas Sprint Center • Kansas City, MO
(CBE Hall of Fame Classic 3rd place game)
ESPNU L 59–77  8,324 3–3
12/01/2013* 4:00 pm Oregon State Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FS1 W 93–81  6,765 4–3
12/06/2013* 6:00 pm Arizona State Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FS1 L 56–78  6,888 4–4
12/12/2013* 8:00 pm Florida Atlantic Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FS1 W 81–70  5,564 5–4
12/15/2013* 3:30 pm Chicago State Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FS1 W 77–70 OT 6,627 6–4
12/18/2013* 8:00 pm Houston Baptist Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FS2 W 78–58  5,101 7–4
12/22/2013* 7:05 pm at Illinois State Redbird ArenaNormal, IL CSNCHI L 64–69  5,345 7–5
12/27/2013* 8:00 pm at Northwestern Welsh-Ryan ArenaEvanston, IL BTN W 57–56  6,819 8–5
12/31/2013 4:00 pm at Georgetown Verizon CenterWashington, D.C. FS1 L 54–61  7,823 8–6 (0–1)
01/04/2014 1:00 pm at Marquette BMO Harris Bradley CenterMilwaukee, WI CBSSN L 56–66  15,194 8–7 (0–2)
01/07/2014 8:00 pm Creighton Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FS1 L 62–81  7,104 8–8 (0–3)
01/09/2014 6:00 pm at Butler Hinkle FieldhouseIndianapolis, IN FS1 W 99–94 2OT 6,163 9–8 (1–3)
01/14/2014 6:00 pm St. John's Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FS1 W 77–75  6,102 10–8 (2–3)
01/18/2014 3:00 pm at #6 Villanova The PavilionVillanova, PA FSN L 62–88  6,500 10–9 (2–4)
01/20/2014 3:00 pm Xavier Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FSN L 74–84  6,531 10–10 (2–5)
01/25/2014 5:00 pm at Seton Hall Prudential CenterNewark, NJ CBSSN L 69–86  8,307 10–11 (2–6)
02/01/2014 12:00 pm Providence Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FSN L 72–77  7,139 10–12 (2–7)
02/03/2014 8:12 pm Georgetown Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FS1 L 59–71  6,339 10–13 (2–8)
02/07/2014 8:00 pm at #12 Creighton CenturyLink CenterOmaha, NE FS1 L 66–78  18,323 10–14 (2–9)
02/12/2014 6:00 pm #6 Villanova Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FS1 L 62–87  7,387 10–15 (2–10)
02/15/2014 1:00 pm at Providence Dunkin' Donuts CenterProvidence, RI FSN L 61–84  12,069 10–16 (2–11)
02/19/2014 6:00 pm at Xavier Cintas CenterCincinnati, OH CBSSN L 64–83  9,752 10–17 (2–12)
02/22/2014 1:00 pm Marquette Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL CBSSN L 94–96 OT 9,342 10–18 (2–13)
02/25/2014 8:00 pm Seton Hall Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FS1 W 65–60  5,827 11–18 (3–13)
03/02/2014 11:00 AM at St. John's Madison Square GardenNew York City, NY FS1 L 64–72  10,670 11–19 (3–14)
03/06/2014 8:00 pm Butler Allstate Arena • Rosemont, IL FS1 L 46–79  6,206 11–20 (3–15)
Big East Tournament
03/12/2014 8:30 pm vs. Georgetown Madison Square Garden • New York City, NY
(First round)
FS1 W 60–56  13,177 12–20
03/13/2014 6:00 pm vs. #14 Creighton Madison Square Garden • New York City, NY
(Quarterfinals)
FS1 L 62–84  13,807 12–21
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Central Time.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Big East Conference Standings - 2013-14." ESPN.com. Retrieved: March 18, 2014.