2009–10 Marshall Thundering Herd men's basketball team

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2009–10 Marshall Thundering Herd men's basketball
Marshall Thundering Herd logo.svg
CIT, Quarterfinals
Conference Conference USA
2009–10 record 24–10 (11–5 C-USA)
Head coach Donnie Jones
Assistant coach Shawn Finney
Assistant coach Darren Tillis
Assistant coach Brett Nelson
Home arena Cam Henderson Center
Seasons
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 10   .706
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 Marshall Thundering Herd men's basketball team represented Marshall University in the 2009–10 college basketball season as a member of Conference USA (C-USA). They played their home games at the Cam Henderson Center and were led by fourth year head coach Donnie Jones.

Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Height Weight Year Hometown
0 Darryl Merthie Guard 6–0 190 Senior Sanford, Florida
1 Antonio Haymon Forward 6–6 220 Junior Memphis, Tennessee
2 Camden Miller Forward 6–8 210 RS Sophomore Wheelersburg, Ohio
3 Damier Pitts Guard 5–10 165 Sophomore Charlotte, North Carolina
10 Dago Pena Guard/Forward 6–6 220 Sophomore Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
11 Bobby Horodyski Guard 5–10 170 Freshman Gainesville, Florida
14 Chris Lutz Guard 6–3 190 RS Senior Bedford, New Hampshire
15 Noah Fischer Guard 6–3 180 Freshman Ripley, West Virginia
21 Hassan Whiteside Forward/Center 6–11 235 Freshman Gastonia, North Carolina
23 Shaquille Johnson Guard 6–3 205 Sophomore Jacksonville, Florida
24 DeAndre Kane Guard 6–4 200 Freshman Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
30 Tirrell Baines Forward 6–6 220 Junior Laurens, South Carolina
32 Tyler Wilkerson Forward 6–8 240 Senior Lexington, Kentucky
34 Eladio Espinosa Forward 6–7 220 RS Sophomore Norlina, North Carolina
45 Nigel Spikes Forward 6–10 220 Sophomore Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Schedule[edit]

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (attendance)
city, state
Exhibition
November 10, 2009*
7:00 pm
West Virginia Wesleyan W 108–64  0–0
Cam Henderson Center (N/A)
Huntington, West Virginia
Regular Season
November 15, 2009*
2:00 pm
North Carolina A&T
Global Sports Invitational
W 79–63  1–0
Cam Henderson Center (4,319)
Huntington, West Virginia
November 17, 2009*
7:00 pm
Middle Tennessee
Global Sports Invitational
W 63–60  2–0
Cam Henderson Center (4,598)
Huntington, West Virginia
November 21, 2009*
7:00 pm
at Old Dominion L 62–70  2–1
Ted Constant Convocation Center (7,141)
Norfolk, Virginia
November 25, 2009*
7:00 pm
at Lamar
Global Sports Invitational
W 87–74  3–1
Cam Henderson Center (4,478)
Huntington, West Virginia
November 28, 2009*
7:30 pm
vs. Ohio
Global Sports Invitational
W 60–53  4–1
Charleston Civic Center (2,515)
Charleston, West Virginia
December 3, 2009*
7:00 pm
Salem International W 119–35  5–1
Cam Henderson Center (4,503)
Huntington, West Virginia
December 7, 2009*
7:00 pm
at Binghamton W 69–55  6–1
Binghamton University Events Center (2,945)
Binghamton, New York
December 12, 2009*
7:00 pm
Troy W 99–70  7–1
Cam Henderson Center (5,145)
Huntington, West Virginia
December 16, 2009*
7:00 pm
Brescia W 105–54  8–1
Cam Henderson Center (4,187)
Huntington, West Virginia
December 20, 2009*
7:00 pm
High Point W 109–76  9–1
Cam Henderson Center (4,541)
Huntington, West Virginia
December 22, 2009*
7:00 pm, FSN
at No. 10 North Carolina L 61–98  9–2
Dean Smith Center (18,842)
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
December 28, 2009*
8:00 pm
at Troy W 78–75  10–2
Sartain Hall (1,697)
Troy, AL
January 2, 2010*
2:00 pm
St. Bonaventure W 80–61  11–2
Cam Henderson Center (5,005)
Huntington, West Virginia
January 5, 2010
7:00 pm
Southern Miss W 76–63  12–2 (1–0)
Cam Henderson Center (4,745)
Huntington, West Virginia
January 9, 2010
7:00 pm
at East Carolina W 83–65  13–2 (2–0)
Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum (4,405)
Greenville, North Carolina
January 13, 2010
8:00 pm, CBSCS
at UCF W 81–75  14–2 (3–0)
UCF Arena (9,460)
Orlando, Florida
January 16, 2010
7:00 pm
Tulane W 89–79  15–2 (4–0)
Cam Henderson Center (7,243)
Huntington, West Virginia
January 20, 2010*
9:00 pm, WOWK
vs. No. 11 West Virginia
Chesapeake Energy Capital Classic
L 60–68  15–3
Charleston Civic Center (12,380)
Charleston, West Virginia
January 23, 2010
7:00 pm, CSS
UAB L 59–61  15–4 (4–1)
Cam Henderson Center (8,111)
Huntington, West Virginia
January 27, 2010
8:00 pm, CBSCS
Memphis L 72–75  15–5 (4–2)
Cam Henderson Center (7,091)
Huntington, West Virginia
January 30, 2010
6:00 pm, CSS
at Houston L 66–81  15–6 (4–3)
Hofheinz Pavilion (4,457)
Houston, Texas
February 3, 2010
8:00 pm
at Tulsa L 69–73  15–7 (4–4)
Reynolds Center (5,308)
Tulsa, Oklahoma
February 6, 2010
7:00 pm
East Carolina W 100–49  16–7 (5–4)
Cam Henderson Center (5,603)
Huntington, West Virginia
February 9, 2010*
7:00 pm
Rio Grande W 115–73  17–7
Cam Henderson Center (4,179)
Huntington, West Virginia
February 13, 2010
8:00 pm
at UAB W 81–74  18–7 (6–4)
Bartow Arena (6,189)
Birmingham, AL
February 17, 2010
7:00 pm
Tulsa W 64–58  19–7 (7–4)
Cam Henderson Center (5,324)
Huntington, West Virginia
February 20, 2010
8:00 pm, WOWK
at Tulane W 58–55  20–7 (8–4)
Devlin Fieldhouse (1,596)
New Orleans
February 24, 2010
8:00 pm
at Rice W 77–54  21–7 (9–4)
Tudor Fieldhouse (1,369)
Houston, Texas
February 27, 2010
7:00 pm
UCF W 121–115 3OT 22–7 (10–4)
Cam Henderson Center (7,803)
Huntington, West Virginia
March 2, 2010
7:00 pm
No. 24 UTEP L 76–80  22–8 (10–5)
Cam Henderson Center (7,894)
Huntington, West Virginia
March 6, 2010
8:00 pm
at SMU W 73–57  23–8 (11–5)
Moody Coliseum (2,553)
University Park, Texas
2010 C-USA Basketball Tournament
March 11, 2010
7:30 pm, CBSCS
vs. Tulsa
Quarterfinals
L 64–80  23–9
BOK Center (N/A)
Tulsa, Oklahoma
2010 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament
March 16, 2010*
7:00 pm
Western Carolina
First Round
W 90–88  24–9
Cam Henderson Center (5,003)
Huntington, West Virginia
March 22, 2010*
7:00 pm
Appalachian State
Quarterfinals
L 72–80  24–10
Cam Henderson Center (4,371)
Huntington, West Virginia
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Eastern Time.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] retrieved December 9, 2010