2009–10 Milwaukee Panthers men's basketball team

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2009-10 Milwaukee Panthers men's basketball
Conference Horizon League
2009-10 record 20–14 (10–8 Horizon League)
Head coach Rob Jeter
Home arena US Cellular Arena
Seasons
2009–10 Horizon League men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#11 Butler 18 0   1.000     33 5   .868
Wright State 12 6   .667     20 12   .625
Green Bay 11 7   .611     22 12   .647
Milwaukee 10 8   .556     20 14   .588
Cleveland State 10 8   .556     16 17   .485
Valparaiso 10 8   .556     15 17   .469
Detroit 9 9   .500     20 14   .588
Loyola (IL) 5 13   .278     14 16   .467
UIC 3 15   .167     8 22   .267
Youngstown State 2 16   .111     8 22   .267
2010 Horizon League Tournament winner
As of March 18, 2010; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2009–10 Milwaukee Panthers men's basketball represented the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee during the 2009–10 college basketball season. They were led by head coach Rob Jeter. The Panthers competed in the Horizon League and played their home games at US Cellular Arena. They finished the season 20–14, 10–8 in Horizon play and lost in the semifinals of the 2010 Horizon League Men's Basketball Tournament.

Recruits[edit]

The following is a list of commitments Milwaukee received for the 2009-2010 season:

  • Ja'Rob McCallum (Guard)
  • Lonnie Boga (Guard)
  • Michael Tyler (Forward)
  • Quinton Gustavson (Forward)
  • Mitchell Carter (Center)
  • Christian Wolf (Forward)

Roster[edit]

# Name Height Weight (lbs.) Position Class Hometown Previous Team(s)
1 Ja'Rob McCallum 6'0" 170 G Fr. Marion, IN, U.S. Marion HS
2 Deonte Roberts 6'3" 190 G Jr. St. Paul, MN, U.S. St. Bernard's HS
3 Riley Walker 6'6" 210 F Fr. McFarland, WI, U.S. McFarland HS
5 Ricky Franklin 6'1" 200 G Sr. Milwaukee, WI, U.S. Riverside HS
11 Tone Boyle 6'3" 185 G Sr. Middleton, WI, U.S. Middleton HS
15 Patrick Souter 6'0" 170 G Fr. Racine, WI, U.S. St. Catherine's HS
21 Tony Meier 6'8" 210 F So. Wildwood, MO, U.S. Lafayette HS
22 Michael Tyler 6'5" 230 F Jr. Milwaukee, WI, U.S. Kilmer South HS
23 Anthony Hill 6'7" 230 F Jr. Milwaukee, WI, U.S. Bradley Tech HS
30 Jerard Ajami 6'2" 180 G Jr. Madison, WI, U.S. Madison Memorial HS
32 Lonnie Boga 6'3" 200 G Fr. St. Louis, MO, U.S. McCluer HS
33 Quinton Gustavson 6'9" 200 F Fr. Racine, WI, U.S. Case HS
34 Mitchell Carter 6'10" 270 C Sr. Milwaukee, WI, U.S. Rufus King HS
42 Burleigh Porte 6'8" 210 F Sr. Monrovia, Liberia Olney Central CC
44 Ryan Haggerty 6'8" 210 F Fr. Glen Ellyn, IL, U.S. Benet Academy
45 Christian Wolf 6'8" 250 F So. Kohler, WI, U.S. Kohler HS
52 Jason Averkamp 6'6" 230 F Sr. New Berlin, WI, U.S. New Berlin West HS
55 James Eayrs 6'7" 310 F Sr. Roseville, MN, U.S. Roseville HS

Coaching staff[edit]

Name Type College
Rob Jeter Head Coach University of Wisconsin–Platteville
Brian Bidlingmyer Assistant Coach Siena College
Chad Boudreau Assistant Coach Hannibal-LaGrange College
Duffy Conroy Assistant Coach St. Ambrose University
Ronnie Jones Director of Basketball Operations University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Chip MacKenzie Video Coordinator Edgewood College
Dave Bugalski Athletic Trainer University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

Schedule[edit]

Horizon League Standing: 4th [1]
Date Opponent* Location Television Result Record
Regular Season Games
November 13, 2009 Concordia University, Saint Paul Milwaukee, WI W 89–73 1–0
November 16, 2009 Western Kentucky
(NIT Season Tip-Off)
Baton Rouge, LA L 69–65 1–1
November 17, 2009 Indiana State
(NIT Season Tip-Off)
Baton Rouge, LA L 76–63 1–2
November 21, 2009 Hillsdale Milwaukee, WI W 62–54 2–2
November 23, 2009 Texas State
(NIT Season Tip-Off)
Fort Worth, TX W 96–77 3–2
November 24, 2009 Colgate
(NIT Season Tip-Off)
Fort Worth, TX W 69–60 4–2
November 28, 2009 Bowling Green Bowling Green, OH W 90–83 5–2
December 3, 2009 UI–Chicago Milwaukee, WI Sports 32 W 57–52 6–2 (1–0)
December 5, 2009 Loyola–Chicago Milwaukee, WI L 69–64 6-3 (1–1)
December 8, 2009 Marquette Bradley Center Sports 32 L 71–51 6–4
December 12, 2009 North Dakota State Fargo, ND W 84–73 7–4
December 19, 2009 Miami (OH) Milwaukee, WI W 68–61 8–4
December 23, 2009 Wisconsin Madison, WI Big Ten Network L 68–58 8–5
December 31, 2009 Valparaiso Valparaiso, IN Sports 32 L 55–54 8–6 (1–2)
January 2, 2010 #23 Butler Indianapolis, IN Sports 32/Horizon League Network L 80–67 8–7 (1–3)
January 5, 2010 SIU-Edwardsville Edwardsville, IL W 83–73 9–7
January 9, 2010 UW–Green Bay Milwaukee, WI Sports 32/Horizon League Network W 71–51 10–7 (2–3)
January 14, 2010 Detroit Milwaukee, WI Sports 32 L 81–65 10–8 (2–4)
January 16, 2010 Wright State Milwaukee, WI Sports 32 W 67–61 11–8 (3–4)
January 22, 2010 Youngstown State Youngstown, OH ESPNU W 69–59 12–8 (4–4)
January 24, 2010 Cleveland State Cleveland, OH Sports 32 L 73–72 12–9 (4–5)
January 29, 2010 Valparaiso Milwaukee, WI W 85–82 13–9 (5–5)
January 31, 2010 #18 Butler Milwaukee, WI Sports 32 L 73–66 13–10 (5–6)
February 6, 2010 UW–Green Bay Green Bay, WI L 61–54 13–11 (5–7)
February 11, 2010 Wright State Dayton, OH Sports 32 L 68–63 13–12 (5–8)
February 13, 2010 Detroit Detroit, MI W 71–60 14–12 (6–8)
February 15, 2010 Youngstown State Milwaukee, WI W 64–62 15–12 (7–8)
February 18, 2010 Cleveland State Milwaukee, WI Sports 32 W 69–59 16–12 (8–8)
February 20, 2010 Niagara Milwaukee, WI W 85–79 16–13
February 25, 2010 Loyola–Chicago Chicago, IL Sports 32 W 63–61 17–13 (9–8)
February 27, 2010 UI–Chicago Chicago, IL Sports 32 W 78–74 18–13 (10–8)
Horizon League Tournament
March 2, 2010 UI–Chicago Milwaukee, WI Horizon League Network W 73–67 19–13
March 5, 2010 Cleveland State Indianapolis, IN Horizon League Network W 82–75 20–13
March 6, 2010 #11 Butler Indianapolis, IN ESPNU L 68–59 20–14
*Rank according to AP Top 25 Poll. #All times are in Eastern. Conference games in bold.

2010 Horizon League Tournament[edit]

  First Round
Tuesday, March 2
Quarterfinals
Friday, March 5
Semifinals
Saturday, March 6
Final
Tuesday, March 9
                                     
 
         
           
 
  1 Butler 68  
  4 Milwaukee 59  
4 Milwaukee 73  
9 UIC 67  
  4 Milwaukee 82
    5 Cleveland State 75  
5 Cleveland State 80
8 Loyola 66  
  1 Butler 70
  2 Wright State 45
 
 
       
           
 
  2 Wright State 69
  7 Detroit 50  
3 Green Bay 81  
10 Youngstown State 67  
  3 Green Bay 52
    7 Detroit 63  
6 Valparaiso 82
7 Detroit 89  

First round games at campus sites of lower-numbered seeds
Second round, semifinals, and championship were hosted by the #1 Overall Seed, Butler.
All times ET.

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