2013–14 Northern Colorado Bears men's basketball team

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2013–14 Northern Colorado Bears men's basketball
Northern Colorado Athletics old wordmark.png
CIT, First round
Conference Big Sky Conference
2013–14 record 18–14 (11–9 Big Sky)
Head coach B. J. Hill (4th season)
Assistant coach Will Hensley
Assistant coach Joel Davidson
Assistant coach Austin Hansen
Home arena Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion
Seasons
2013–14 Big Sky men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Weber State 14 6   .700     19 12   .613
Montana 12 8   .600     17 13   .567
North Dakota 12 8   .600     17 17   .500
Northern Arizona 12 8   .600     15 17   .469
Northern Colorado 11 9   .550     18 14   .563
Portland State 11 9   .550     17 15   .531
Eastern Washington 10 10   .500     15 16   .484
Sacramento State 10 10   .500     14 16   .467
Montana State 9 11   .450     14 17   .452
Idaho State 8 12   .400     11 18   .379
Southern Utah 1 19   .050     2 27   .069
Conference tournament winner

The 2013–14 Northern Colorado Bears men's basketball team represented the University of Northern Colorado during the 2013–14 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Bears were led by fourth year head coach B. J. Hill and played their home games at the Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion. They were a member of the Big Sky Conference. They finished the season 18–14, 11–9 in Big Sky play to finish in a tie for fifth place. They advanced to the semifinals of the Big Sky Conference Tournament where they lost to Weber State. They were invited to the CollegeInsdier.com Tournament where they lost in the first round to Texas A&M–Corpus Christi.

Roster[edit]

Number Name Position Height Weight Year Hometown
0 Corey Spence Guard 5–9 175 Junior Baltimore, Maryland
1 Derrick Barden Forward 6–5 225 Senior Detroit, Michigan
2 Xzaivier James Guard 5–11 175 Senior Greeley, Colorado
3 Jordan Wilson Guard 5–7 155 Freshman Los Angeles, California
4 Cameron Michael Guard 6–5 185 Sophomore Loveland, Colorado
5 Tevin Svihovec Guard 6–2 190 Junior Kingwood, Texas
10 Cody McDavis Forward 6–8 230 Sophomore Phoenix, Arizona
13 Dominique Lee Forward 6–5 215 Junior Oakland, California
15 Tate Unruh Guard 6–4 180 Senior Branson, Missouri
21 Brendan Keane Center 6–9 245 Junior Oakland, California
22 Tim Huskisson Forward 6–5 210 Junior Willard, Missouri
23 Collin Sanger Forward 6–5 200 Freshman Sterling, Colorado
24 Anthony Johnson Guard 6–2 190 Freshman Indianapolis, Indiana
30 Jon'te Dotson Guard 6–3 185 Freshman Denver, Colorado
33 Jeremy Verhagen Forward 6–10 195 Freshman Florence, Arizona
34 Connor Osborne Center 6–9 260 Senior Littleton, Colorado

Schedule[edit]

Date
time, TV
Opponent Result Record Site (attendance)
city, state
Regular season
11/08/2013*
7:00 pm, FSKC
at Kansas State W 60–58  1–0
Bramlage Coliseum (12,004)
Manhattan, KS
11/12/2013*
7:00 pm
Colorado Christian W 98–74  2–0
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (1,516)
Greeley, CO
11/20/2013*
7:00 pm, ALT
at New Mexico State
Colorado State Challenge
L 63–67  2–1
Pan American Center (5,444)
Las Cruces, NM
11/22/2013*
7:00 pm
at Colorado State
Colorado State Challenge
L 65–72  2–2
Moby Arena (4,473)
Fort Collins, CO
11/30/2013*
7:05 pm
Bethune-Cookman
Colorado State Challenge
W 65–60  3–2
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (929)
Greeley, CO
12/01/2013*
7:05 pm
Prairie View A&M
Colorado State Challenge
W 87–70  4–2
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (203)
Greeley, CO
12/10/2013*
7:05 pm
Colorado College W 96–57  5–2
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (N/A)
Greeley, CO
12/16/2013*
7:05 pm
UC Riverside W 63–60  6–2
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (952)
Greeley, CO
12/22/2013*
4:00 pm
at Wyoming L 59–72  6–3
Arena-Auditorium (4,513)
Laramie, WY
12/29/2013
7:05 pm
North Dakota W 84–66  7–3
(1–0)
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (912)
Greeley, CO
01/04/2014
7:00 pm
Southern Utah W 91–55  8–3
(2–0)
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (987)
Greeley, CO
01/09/2014
7:05 pm, ALT
Weber State W 70–51  9–3
(3–0)
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (1,102)
Greeley, CO
01/11/2014
7:05 pm
at Idaho State W 82–75  10–3
(4–0)
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (1,453)
Greeley, CO
01/16/2014
7:00 pm
at Montana State L 55–70  10–4
(4–1)
Worthington Arena (2,609)
Bozeman, MT
01/18/2014
7:00 pm
at Montana W 84–73  11–4
(5–1)
Dahlberg Arena (4,106)
Missoula, MT
01/23/2014
7:05 pm
Northern Arizona W 87–72  12–4
(6–1)
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (1,601)
Greeley, CO
01/25/2014
7:05 pm
Sacramento State W 72–62  13–4
(7–1)
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (1,271)
Greeley, CO
01/30/2014
8:00 pm
at Portland State L 57–80  13–5
(7–2)
Stott Center (1,500)
Portland, OR
02/01/2014
3:05 pm
at Eastern Washington L 90–94 OT 13–6
(7–3)
Reese Court (1,440)
Cheney, WA
02/06/2014
7:00 pm
at Idaho State L 70–73  13–7
(7–4)
Holt Arena (1,498)
Pocatello, ID
02/08/2014
7:00 pm
at Weber State L 65–79  13–8
(7–5)
Dee Events Center (8,151)
Ogden, UT
02/13/2014
7:05 pm, ALT
Montana W 89–86 OT 14–8
(8–5)
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (2,453)
Greeley, CO
02/15/2014
7:05 pm, ALT
Montana State W 83–73  15–8
(9–5)
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (1,929)
Greeley, CO
02/20/2014
6:30 pm, FSAZ
at Northern Arizona W 74–59  16–8
(10–5)
Walkup Skydome (1,164)
Flagstaff, AZ
02/22/2014
8:05 pm
at Sacramento State L 58–79  16–9
(10–6)
Colberg Court (877)
Sacramento, CA
02/27/2014
7:05 pm
Eastern Washington L 66–80  16–10
(10–7)
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (1,786)
Greeley, CO
03/01/2014
7:05 pm
Portland State L 68–77  16–11
(10–8)
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (1,630)
Greeley, CO
03/04/2014
6:00 pm
at North Dakota L 90–94  16–12
(10–9)
Betty Engelstad Sioux Center (1,767)
Grand Forks, ND
03/08/2014
5:00 pm
at Southern Utah W 77–52  17–12
(11–9)
Centrum Arena (888)
Cedar City, UT
Big Sky Tournament
03/13/2014
4:30 pm
Northern Arizona
Quarterfinals
W 62–60  18–12
Dee Events Center (N/A)
Ogden, UT
03/14/2014
7:00 pm
at Weber State
Semifinals
L 63–66 OT 18–13
Dee Events Center (5,228)
Ogden, UT
CIT
03/19/2014*
7:00 pm
Texas A&M–Corpus Christi
First round
L 71–82  18–14
Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion (953)
Greeley, CO
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Mountain Time.

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