2012–13 Georgia Southern Eagles men's basketball team

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2012–13 Georgia Southern Eagles men's basketball
Georgia Southern Eagles wordmark.svg
Conference Southern Conference
Division South Division
2012–13 record 14–19 (7–11 SoCon)
Head coach Charlton Young (4th season)
Assistant coach Clifford Reed
Assistant coach Pershin Williams
Assistant coach Chris Capko
Home arena Hanner Fieldhouse
Seasons
2012–13 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
North
Elon 13 5   .722     21 12   .636
Appalachian State 10 8   .556     15 16   .484
Western Carolina 9 9   .500     14 19   .424
Samford 9 9   .500     11 21   .344
Chattanooga 8 10   .444     13 19   .406
UNC Greensboro 6 12   .333     9 22   .290
South
Davidson 17 1   .944     26 8   .765
College of Charleston 14 4   .778     24 11   .686
Georgia Southern 7 11   .389     14 19   .424
Wofford 7 11   .389     13 19   .406
The Citadel 5 13   .278     8 22   .267
Furman 3 15   .167     7 24   .226
SoCon Tournament winner
As of March 20, 2013; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2012–13 Georgia Southern Eagles men's basketball team represented Georgia Southern University during the 2012–13 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Eagles, led by fourth year head coach Charlton Young, played their home games at Hanner Fieldhouse and were members of the South Division of the Southern Conference. They finished the season 14–19, 7–11 in SoCon play to finish in a tie for third place in the South Division. They lost in the quarterfinals of the SoCon Tournament to Davidson.

Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Height Weight Year Hometown
0 Cleon Roberts Guard 6–5 175 Freshman Miami
1 Jesse Pernell Guard 6–1 170 Sophomore North Augusta, South Carolina
2 Sam Mike Forward 6–7 225 Junior Decatur, Georgia
3 Eric Ferguson Forward 6–7 210 Junior Statesboro, Georgia
4 Tracy Ham Guard 5–8 137 Sophomore McDonough, Georgia
5 Jelani Hewitt Guard 6–2 185 Junior Miramar, Florida
10 Marvin Baynham Forward 6–6 217 Junior Miami
11 Tre Bussey Guard 6–2 185 Junior Lithia Springs, Georgia
12 Brian Holmes Guard 6–1 185 Junior Sanford, Florida
14 Cole Rivers Guard 6–0 185 Freshman Suwanee, Georgia
23 Chris Daniels Guard 6–5 200 Freshman Decatur, Georgia
24 C. J. Reed Guard 6–3 200 Senior Daytona Beach, Florida
32 Cameron Baskerville Forward 6–7 226 Senior Marietta, Georgia
34 Kameron Dunnican Forward 6–8 205 Sophomore Sumter, South Carolina

Schedule[edit]

Date
time, TV
Opponent Result Record Site (attendance)
city, state
Regular Season
11/09/2012*
8:30 PM
at Valparaiso L 54–85  0–1
Athletics-Recreation Center (3,864)
Valparaiso, Indiana
11/13/2012*
9:00 PM, NBCSN
at Charlotte L 53–66  0–2
Dale F. Halton Arena (5,810)
Charlotte, North Carolina
11/16/2012*
7:00 PM
Webber International W 87–64  1–2
Hanner Fieldhouse (964)
Statesboro, Georgia
11/21/2012*
7:00 PM
at Kennesaw State W 62–46  2–2
KSU Convocation Center (1,036)
Kennesaw, Georgia
11/24/2012*
7:00 PM, ESPN3
at Maryland L 53–70  2–3
Comcast Center (10,282)
College Park, Maryland
11/28/2012
7:00 PM
Elon L 50–55  2–4 (0–1)
Hanner Fieldhouse (1,837)
Statesboro, Georgia
12/01/2012
1:00 PM
at Samford L 48–57  2–5 (0–2)
Pete Hanna Center (1,150)
Homewood, Alabama
12/08/2012*
7:00 PM
Brewton-Parker W 79–56  3–5
Hanner Fieldhouse (1,649)
Statesboro, Georgia
12/15/2012*
2:00 PM, ESPN3
at Virginia Tech
Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic
W 78–73  4–5
Cassell Coliseum (6,026)
Blacksburg, Virginia
12/17/2012*
8:00 PM
at Bradley
Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic
L 43–62  4–6
Carver Arena (6,140)
Peoria, Illinois
12/22/2012*
3:00 PM
vs. Mississippi Valley State
Las Vegas Classic
W 63–52  5–6
Orleans Arena (N/A)
Paradise, Nevada
12/23/2012*
6:15 PM
vs. North Florida
Las Vegas Classic
L 46–74  5–7
Orleans Arena (350)
Paradise, Nevada
12/29/2012*
3:00 PM
Georgia State W 68–64 OT 6–7
Hanner Fieldhouse (1,129)
Statesboro, Georgia
01/02/2013*
8:00 PM
at UAB L 61–65  6–8
Bartow Arena (3,189)
Birmingham, Alabama
01/05/2013*
7:00 PM
North Carolina A&T L 65–71  6–9
Hanner Fieldhouse (1,012)
Statesboro, Georgia
01/12/2013
7:00 PM
at Wofford L 53–71  6–10 (0–3)
Benjamin Johnson Arena (1,707)
Spartanburg, South Carolina
01/14/2013
7:00 PM
Davidson W 70–57  7–10 (1–3)
Hanner Fieldhouse (1,716)
Statesboro, Georgia
01/17/2013
7:00 PM
College of Charleston W 51–47  8–10 (2–3)
Hanner Fieldhouse (1,733)
Statesboro, Georgia
01/19/2013
7:00 PM
The Citadel L 55–70  8–11
(2–4)
Hanner Fieldhouse (2,231)
Statesboro, Georgia
01/24/2013
7:00 PM
at Appalachian State L 62–64 OT 8–12 (2–5)
George M. Holmes Convocation Center (1,292)
Boone, North Carolina
01/26/2013
2:00 PM
at Western Carolina W 72–66  9–12 (3–5)
Ramsey Center (1,983)
Cullowhee, North Carolina
01/31/2013
7:00 PM
at Furman L 74–81  9–13 (3–6)
Timmons Arena (1,120)
Greenville, South Carolina
02/02/2013
7:30 PM
Chattanooga W 59–57  10–13 (4–6)
Hanner Fieldhouse (1,783)
Statesboro, Georgia
02/07/2013
7:00 PM
Appalachian State L 86–91 OT 10–14 (4–7)
Hanner Fieldhouse (1,512)
Statesboro, Georgia
02/09/2013
7:30 PM
Western Carolina L 62–71  10–15 (4–8)
Hanner Fieldhouse (2,127)
Statesboro, Georgia
02/14/2013
7:05 PM
at The Citadel W 78–57  11–15 (5–8)
McAlister Field House (1,046)
Charleston, South Carolina
02/16/2013
4:00 PM, ESPN3
at College of Charleston L 60–69  11–16 (5–9)
TD Arena (3,734)
Charleston, South Carolina
02/21/2013
7:00 PM
Wofford L 47–53  11–17 (5–10)
Hanner Fieldhouse (1,241)
Statesboro, Georgia
02/23/2013
7:00 PM
Furman W 78–61  12–17 (6–10)
Hanner Fieldhouse (1,379)
Statesboro, Georgia
02/27/2013
7:00 PM
at UNC Greensboro W 66–60  13–17 (7–10)
Greensboro Coliseum (2,115)
Greensboro, North Carolina
03/02/2013
2:00 PM
at Davidson L 48–83  13–18 (7–11)
John M. Belk Arena (3,556)
Davidson, North Carolina
2013 Southern Conference Men's Basketball Tournament
03/08/2013
11:30 AM, ESPN3
vs. Wofford
First Round
W 60–44  14–18
U.S. Cellular Center (2,920)
Asheville, North Carolina
03/09/2013
12:00 PM, ESPN3
vs. Davidson
Quarterfinals
L 59–86  14–19
U.S. Cellular Center (5,313)
Asheville, North Carolina
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Eastern Time.

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