2010–11 Old Dominion Monarchs basketball team

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2010–11 Old Dominion Monarchs men's basketball
Old Dominion Athletics wordmark.svg
CAA Tournament Champions
Paradise Jam Tournament Champions
NCAA Tournament, Second Round
Conference Colonial Athletic Association
2010–11 record 27–7 (14–4 CAA)
Head coach Blaine Taylor
Assistant coach Jim Corrigan
Assistant coach Robert Wilkes
Assistant coach Lonnie Blos
Home arena Ted Constant Convocation Center
Seasons
2010–11 CAA men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
George Mason 16 2   .889     27 7   .794
Old Dominion 14 4   .778     27 7   .794
Hofstra 14 4   .778     21 12   .636
VCU 12 6   .667     28 12   .700
Drexel 11 7   .611     21 10   .677
James Madison 10 8   .556     21 12   .636
Delaware 8 10   .444     14 17   .452
UNCW 7 11   .389     13 18   .419
Georgia State 6 12   .333     12 19   .387
Northeastern 6 12   .333     11 20   .355
William & Mary 4 14   .222     10 22   .313
Towson 0 18   .000     4 26   .133
2011 CAA Tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2010–11 Old Dominion Monarchs basketball team represented Old Dominion University during the 2010–11 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Monarchs, led by 10th year head coach Blaine Taylor, played their home games at Ted Constant Convocation Center and are members of the Colonial Athletic Association. They finished the season 27–7, 14–4 in CAA play and were champions of the 2011 CAA Men's Basketball Tournament to earn an automatic bid to the 2011 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament where they lost in the second round to Butler.

Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Height Weight Year Hometown
1 Nick Wright Forward 6–8 208 Sophomore Suffolk, Virginia
2 Josh Hicks Guard 6–2 190 Freshman Winston-Salem, North Carolina
3 Darius James Guard 6–0 170 Senior Virginia Beach, Virginia
4 Dimitri Batten Guard 6–3 190 Freshman Newport News, Virginia
15 Trian Iliadis Guard 6–3 185 Junior Perth, Australia
20 Chris Cooper Forward 6–9 230 Junior Dumfries, Virginia
21 Frank Hassell Forward 6–9 255 Senior Chesapeake, Virginia
22 Marquel De Lancey Guard 6–0 190 Junior Alexandria, Virginia
23 Richard Ross Forward 6–7 205 Freshman Wichita Falls, Texas
24 Kent Bazemore Guard/Forward 6–5 195 Junior Kelford, North Carolina
33 Keyon Carter Forward 6–8 218 Senior Riviera Beach, Florida
35 Ben Finney Guard/Forward 6–5 215 Senior Portsmouth, Virginia
40 Anton Larsen Forward/Center 7–0 240 Freshman Copenhagen, Denmark

Schedule[edit]

Date
Time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (Attendance)
City, State
Exhibition
11/1/10*
7:00 PM
Virginia State W 79–48 
Ted Constant Center (2,297)
Norfolk, Virginia
11/6/10*
7:00 PM
Elizabeth City State W 74–41 
Ted Constant Center (5,615)
Norfolk, Virginia
Regular Season
11/12/10*
7:00 PM, CSN+
No. 20 Georgetown L 59–62  0–1
Ted Constant Center (8,457)
Norfolk, Virginia
11/15/10*
7:00 PM
High Point W 79–57  1–1
Ted Constant Center (6,836)
Norfolk, Virginia
11/19/10*
1:00 PM
vs. Saint Peter's
Paradise Jam first round
W 59–52  2–1
Sports and Fitness Center (NA)
Saint Thomas, VI
11/21/10*
6:00 PM, FCS
vs. Clemson
Paradise Jam semifinals
W 61–60  3–1
Sports and Fitness Center (NA)
Saint Thomas, VI
11/22/10*
8:00 PM
vs. Xavier
Paradise Jam final
W 67–58  4–1
Sports and Fitness Center (3,893)
Saint Thomas, VI
12/1/10*
7:00 PM, WSKY
Richmond W 77–70  5–1
Ted Constant Center (7,824)
Norfolk, Virginia
12/4/10
7:00 PM
at Delaware L 67–75  5–2 (0–1)
Bob Carpenter Center (2,201)
Newark, Delaware
12/7/10*
7:00 PM
at East Carolina W 81–68  6–2
Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum (4,358)
Greenville, North Carolina
12/9/10*
7:00 PM
Maryland Eastern Shore W 81–39  7–2
Ted Constant Center (6,767)
Norfolk, Virginia
12/11/10*
4:00 PM, CSNMA
Dayton W 74–71  8–2
Ted Constant Center (7,563)
Norfolk, Virginia
12/23/10*
7:00 PM
Presbyterian W 63–54  9–2
Ted Constant Center (6,738)
Norfolk, Virginia
12/30/10*
8:00 PM
at No. 10 Missouri L 58–81  9–3
Mizzou Arena (13,107)
Columbia, Missouri
1/3/11
7:00 PM
at Towson W 51–47  10–3 (1–1)
Towson Center (1,483)
Towson, Maryland
1/5/11
7:00 PM
Northeastern W 49–34  11–3
(2–1)
Ted Constant Center (6,223)
Norfolk, Virginia
1/8/11
2:00 PM, CSNMA
George Mason W 69–65  12–3
(3–1)
Ted Constant Center (8,344)
Norfolk, Virginia
1/13/11
7:00 PM, ESPNU
at Drexel L 57–62  12–4
(3–2)
Daskalakis Athletic Center (2,532)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1/15/11
4:00 PM, CSN
at Hofstra W 75–64  13–4
(4–2)
Hofstra Arena (2,572)
Hempstead, New York
1/19/11
7:00 PM
James Madison W 64–58  14–4
(5–2)
Ted Constant Center (8,457)
Norfolk, Virginia
1/22/11
4:00 PM, CSNMA
VCU L 50–59  14–5
(5–3)
Ted Constant Center (8,457)
Norfolk, Virginia
1/24/11
7:00 PM
UNC Wilmington W 58–43  15–5
(6–3)
Ted Constant Center (7,308)
Norfolk, Virginia
1/26/11
7:30 PM
at Georgia State W 51–48  16–5
(7–3)
GSU Sports Arena (967)
Atlanta
1/29/11
5:00 PM, ESPNU
Towson W 80–57  17–5
(8–3)
Ted Constant Center (8,181)
Norfolk, Virginia
2/2/11
7:00 PM
Delaware W 67–59  18–5
(9–3)
Ted Constant Center (8,042)
Norfolk, Virginia
2/5/11
2:00 PM, CSNMA
at George Mason L 45–62  18–6
(9–4)
Patriot Center (9,840)
Fairfax, Virginia
2/9/11
7:00 PM, CSNMA+
at William & Mary W 69–53  19–6
(10–4)
Kaplan Arena (3,843)
Williamsburg, Virginia
2/12/11
2:00 PM, ESPN2
at VCU W 70–59  20–6
(11–4)
Stuart C. Siegel Center (7,552)
Richmond, Virginia
2/15/11
7:00 PM, CSNMA
Georgia State W 60–43  21–6
(12–4)
Ted Constant Center (7,307)
Norfolk, Virginia
2/20/11*
1:00 PM, ESPN2
Cleveland State
ESPNU BracketBusters
W 74–63  22–6
Ted Constant Center (8,328)
Norfolk, Virginia
2/24/11
7:00 PM, ESPNU
at James Madison W 75–59  23–6
(13–4)
JMU Convocation Center (4,835)
Harrisonburg, Virginia
2/26/11
4:00 PM, CSNMA
William & Mary W 77–58  24–6
(14–4)
Ted Constant Center (8,457)
Norfolk, Virginia
CAA Tournament
3/5/11
6:00 PM, WSKY
vs. Delaware
Quarterfinals
W 59–50  25–6
Richmond Coliseum (6,205)
Richmond, Virginia
3/6/11
2:30 PM, WSKY
vs. Hofstra
Semifinals
W 77–69  26–6
Richmond Coliseum (8,962)
Richmond, Virginia
3/7/11
7:00 PM, ESPN
vs. VCU
Championship Game
W 70–65  27–6
Richmond Coliseum (11,200)
Richmond, Virginia
NCAA Tournament
3/17/11*
12:40 PM, truTV
vs. Butler
Second Round
L 58–60  27–7
Verizon Center (17,578)
Washington, D.C.
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Eastern Time.

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