2013–14 Davidson Wildcats men's basketball team

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2013–14 Davidson Wildcats men's basketball
Davdson Wildcats wordmark.svg
SoCon regular season champions
NIT First round vs. Missouri, L 77–85
Conference Southern Conference
2013–14 record 20–13 (15–1 SoCon)
Head coach Bob McKillop (25th season)
Assistant coach Jim Fox
Assistant coach Matt McKillop
Assistant coach Ryan Mee
Home arena John M. Belk Arena
Seasons
2013–14 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Davidson 15 1   .938     20 13   .606
Chattanooga 12 4   .750     18 15   .545
Wofford 11 5   .688     20 13   .606
Elon 11 5   .688     18 14   .563
Western Carolina 10 6   .625     19 15   .559
UNC Greensboro 7 9   .438     14 18   .438
Georgia Southern 6 10   .375     15 19   .441
Samford 6 10   .375     13 20   .394
Appalachian State 5 11   .313     9 21   .300
Furman 3 13   .188     9 21   .300
The Citadel 2 14   .125     7 26   .212
2014 SoCon Tournament winner

The 2013–14 Davidson Wildcats men's basketball team represented Davidson College during the 2013–14 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Wildcats, led by 25th year head coach Bob McKillop, played their home games at the John M. Belk Arena and were members of the Southern Conference. They finished the season 20–13, 15–1 in SoCon play to win the SoCon regular season championship. They advanced to the semifinals of the SoCon Tournament where they lost to Western Carolina. As a regular season conference champion who failed to win their conference tournament, they received an automatic bid to the National Invitation Tournament where they lost in the first round to Missouri.

This was their last season as a member of the SoCon as they will join the Atlantic 10 Conference in July, 2014.

Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Height Weight Year Hometown
2 Ryan Ansel Guard 6–2 180 Senior Fort Washington, Pennsylvania
3 Brian Sullivan Guard 5–11 175 Sophomore Arlington, Ohio
4 Tyler Kalinoski Guard 6–4 175 Junior Overland Park, Kansas
5 Jordan Barham Guard 6–4 190 Sophomore Cleveland, Ohio
12 Jack Gibbs Guard 5–11 195 Freshman Westerville, Ohio
13 Joe Aase Forward 6–18 220 Freshman Austin, Minnesota
14 Clay Tormey Guard 5–11 165 Senior Chicago, Illinois
22 Ali Mackay Forward 6–11 215 Junior North Berwick, Scotland
23 Tom Droney Guard 6–6 200 Senior Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
24 De'Mon Brooks Forward 6–7 227 Senior Charlotte, North Carolina
25 Jake Belford Forward 6–9 210 Sophomore Battle Ground, Washington
31 Manu Gioamoukis Guard 6–1 180 Freshman Thessaloniki, Greece
34 Connor Perkey Forward 6–8 195 Sophomore Atlanta
35 Chris Czerapowicz Guard 6–7 200 Senior Gothenburg, Sweden
40 Andrew McAuliffe Forward 6–8 235 Freshman Northbrook, Illinois
41 Will Thoni Forward 6–3 215 Senior Sewanee, Tennessee

Schedule[edit]

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (attendance)
city, state
Exhibition
11/03/2013*
7:00 pm
Lenoir-Rhyne W 108–57 
John M. Belk Arena (N/A)
Davidson, North Carolina
Regular season
11/08/2013*
7:00 pm, ESPNU
at No. 4 Duke L 77–111  0–1
Cameron Indoor Stadium (9,314)
Durham, North Carolina
11/11/2013*
7:00 pm, ESPN3
Milwaukee L 77–81  0–2
John M. Belk Arena (3,453)
Davidson, North Carolina
11/16/2013*
12:00 pm
vs. No. 25 Virginia L 57–70  0–3
Time Warner Cable Arena (5,216)
Charlotte, North Carolina
11/21/2013*
5:00 pm, ESPNU
vs. Georgia
Charleston Classic
W 94–82  1–3
TD Arena (2,311)
Charleston, South Carolina
11/22/2013*
9:30 pm, ESPNU
vs. Clemson
Charleston Classic
L 54–85  1–4
TD Arena (2,520)
Charleston, South Carolina
11/24/2013*
12:00 pm, ESPNU
vs. No. 19 New Mexico
Charleston Classic
L 58–79  1–5
TD Arena (1,137)
Charleston, South Carolina
11/30/2013*
1:00 pm
at Stetson W 86–80  2–5
Edmunds Center (449)
DeLand, Florida
12/04/2013*
7:30 pm
at Charlotte W 87–78 OT 3–5
Dale F. Halton Arena (6,595)
Charlotte, North Carolina
12/07/2013*
5:30 pm, MI-Ch 4[1]
Johnson & Wales W 105–63  4–5
John M. Belk Arena (3,397)
Davidson, North Carolina
12/11/2013*
7:00 pm
vs. Niagara L 72–83  4–6
First Niagara Center (4,703)
Buffalo, New York
12/15/2013*
2:00 pm, MI-Ch 4
Drexel L 58–72  4–7
John M. Belk Arena (3,430)
Davidson, North Carolina
12/21/2013*
5:00 pm, ESPNU
at No. 14 North Carolina L 85–97 OT 4–8
Dean Smith Center (18,195)
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
12/29/2013*
3:00 pm, KS22
at No. 10 Wichita State L 70–81  4–9
Charles Koch Arena (10,506)
Wichita, Kansas
01/01/2014*
2:00 pm, CSS
Charleston L 64–76  4–10
John M. Belk Arena (3,816)
Davidson, North Carolina
01/04/2014
7:00 pm
at Wofford W 78–63  5–10
(1–0)
Benjamin Johnson Arena (1,590)
Spartanburg, South Carolina
01/09/2014
7:00 pm
at Furman W 73–56  6–10
(2–0)
Timmons Arena (1,465)
Greenville, South Carolina
01/11/2014
7:00 pm, MI-Ch 4
Appalachian State W 78–66  7–10
(3–0)
John M. Belk Arena (3,989)
Davidson, North Carolina
01/16/2014
7:00 pm, MI-Ch 4
Elon L 85–87 OT 7–11
(3–1)
John M. Belk Arena (3,970)
Davidson, North Carolina
01/18/2014
5:00 pm
at UNC Greensboro W 93–82  8–11
(4–1)
Greensboro Coliseum (2,740)
Greensboro, North Carolina
01/23/2014
3:00 pm
at Western Carolina W 82–77  9–11
(5–1)
Ramsey Center (3,002)
Cullowhee, North Carolina
01/25/2014
7:00 pm, MI-Ch 4
Georgia Southern W 82–52  10–11
(6–1)
John M. Belk Arena (3,753)
Davidson, North Carolina
01/30/2014
7:00 pm, MI-Ch 4
Chattanooga W 94–51  11–11
(7–1)
John M. Belk Arena (3,343)
Davidson, North Carolina
02/01/2014
4:00 pm, MI-Ch 4
The Citadel W 62–43  12–11
(8–1)
John M. Belk Arena (4,193)
Davidson, North Carolina
02/06/2014
7:00 pm
at Samford W 109–88  13–11
(9–1)
Pete Hanna Center (1,056)
Homewood, Alabama
02/08/2014
7:00 pm, MI-Ch 4
Furman W 65–50  14–11
(10–1)
John M. Belk Arena (3,797)
Davidson, North Carolina
02/15/2014
2:00 pm
at Georgia Southern W 88–73  15–11
(11–1)
Hanner Fieldhouse (1,093)
Statesboro, Georgia
02/17/2014
7:05 pm
at The Citadel
Postponed from 2/12
W 83–76  16–11
(12–1)
McAlister Field House (1,582)
Charleston, South Carolina
02/22/2014
7:00 pm, ESPN3
Wofford W 59–49  17–11
(13–1)
John M. Belk Arena (4,095)
Davidson, North Carolina
02/27/2014
7:00 pm, MI-Ch 4
UNC Greensboro W 79–46  18–11
(14–1)
John M. Belk Arena (3,309)
Davidson, North Carolina
03/01/2014
7:00 pm
at Elon W 86–69  19–11
(15–1)
Alumni Gym (1,871)
Elon, North Carolina
SoCon Tournament
03/08/2014
12:00 pm, ESPN3
vs. Samford
Quarterfinals
W 77–54  20–11
U.S. Cellular Center (5,898)
Asheville, North Carolina
03/09/2014
6:00 pm, CSS
vs. Western Carolina
Semifinals
L 97–99 OT 20–12
U.S. Cellular Center (5,434)
Asheville, North Carolina
NIT
03/18/2014*
9:00 pm, ESPN2
No. (7) at (2) Missouri
First round
L 77–85  20–13
Mizzou Arena (N/A)
Columbia, Missouri
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll, (#) during NIT is seed within region. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Eastern Time.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wanna watch the Cats? They’ll be on local cable". Davidson News. Retrieved 2013-10-30.