Lionel Simmons

Lionel James "L-Train" Simmons (born November 14, 1968) is a retired American professional basketball player.

Lionel Simmons
Personal information
BornNovember 14, 1968 (age 50)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
NationalityAmerican
Listed height6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)
Listed weight210 lb (95 kg)
Career information
High schoolSouth Philadelphia
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
CollegeLa Salle (1986–1990)
NBA draft1990 / Round: 1 / Pick: 7th overall
Selected by the Sacramento Kings
Playing career1990–1997
PositionSmall forward
Number22
Career history
19901997Sacramento Kings
Career highlights and awards
Career NBA statistics
Points5,833 (12.8 ppg)
Rebounds2,833 (4.5 rpg)
Assists1,498 (3.3 apg)
Stats at Basketball-Reference.com
College Basketball Hall of Fame
Inducted in 2016

High school career

Simmons led South Philadelphia High School to a Philadelphia Public League boys' championship in 1986, getting an MVP award in the process.[1] He was inducted into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame in 2008.[2]

College career

Simmons was a 6'7" small forward from La Salle University, where he won the Naismith College Player of the Year and John R. Wooden Award as a senior. Simmons is fourth in all-time NCAA career points with 3,217 and trails only Pete Maravich, Freeman Williams and Chris Clemons. Simmons became the first player in NCAA history to score more than 3,000 points and pull down more than 1,100 rebounds.[3] He holds the NCAA Basketball record for most consecutive games scoring in double figures with 115.[4] He led the Explorers to three straight NCAA Tournament appearances (1988–90).[5] Simmons was Player of the Year in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference for three years. He was a four-time First Team All Big 5 selection and won the Robert V. Geasey Trophy as Big 5 MVP three times. During his career, the Explorers had a 100-31 record.[6] Simmons was inducted into the La Salle University Hall of Athletes in 1995. Simmons was inducted into the Big 5 Hall of Fame in 1996.[7]

GAME LOGS FOR SIMMONS' 1986–87 FRESHMAN SEASON

GAME LOGS FOR SIMMONS' 1987–88 SOPHOMORE SEASON

GAME LOGS FOR SIMMONS' 1988–89 JUNIOR SEASON

GAME LOGS FOR SIMMONS' 1989–90 SENIOR SEASON

Professional career

Simmons was selected by the Sacramento Kings with the seventh pick of the 1990 NBA draft. He was the runner-up to Derrick Coleman for the 1991 NBA Rookie of the Year Award. Simmons was NBA Player of the Week the week after the All-Star break during his rookie season.

He played seven seasons for the Kings, scoring 5,833 career points until prematurely retiring in 1997 due to chronic injuries. He managed to earn more than $21 million in an NBA career that lasted seven seasons.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-16. Retrieved 2009-03-24.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ http://www.phillyhall.org/content.asp?page=1&item=230&param=2
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-27. Retrieved 2009-03-24.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-09-05. Retrieved 2009-03-24.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ http://www.philly.com/inquirer/sports/34383869.html
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-05-27. Retrieved 2009-03-24.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  7. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-05-25. Retrieved 2009-05-25.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)

External links

1987–88 La Salle Explorers men's basketball team

The 1987–88 La Salle Explorers men's basketball team represented La Salle University during the 1987–88 NCAA Division I men's basketball season.

1988 NCAA Men's Basketball All-Americans

The Consensus 1988 College Basketball All-American team, as determined by aggregating the results of four major All-American teams. To earn "consensus" status, a player must win honors from a majority of the following teams: the Associated Press, the USBWA, The United Press International and the National Association of Basketball Coaches.

1988–89 La Salle Explorers men's basketball team

The 1988–89 La Salle Explorers men's basketball team represented La Salle University during the 1988–89 NCAA Division I men's basketball season.

1989 NCAA Men's Basketball All-Americans

The Consensus 1989 College Basketball All-American team, as determined by aggregating the results of four major All-American teams. To earn "consensus" status, a player must win honors from a majority of the following teams: the Associated Press, the USBWA, The United Press International and the National Association of Basketball Coaches.

1989–90 La Salle Explorers men's basketball team

The 1989–90 La Salle Explorers men's basketball team represented La Salle University during the 1989–90 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. Led by fourth-year head coach Speedy Morris, the team established the single-season school record for wins with a 30-2 record (16-0 MAAC), including a 22-game win streak. National Player of the Year Lionel “L-Train” Simmons finished his collegiate career third in NCAA scoring with 3,217 points, and also accumulated 1,429 rebounds. He was the first player in NCAA history to score more than 3,000 points and grab more than 1,100 rebounds.

1989–90 NCAA Division I men's basketball season

The 1989–90 NCAA Division I men's basketball season began in November 1989 and ended with the Final Four at McNichols Sports Arena in Denver, Colorado on April 2, 1990. The UNLV Runnin' Rebels won their first NCAA national championship with a 103–73 victory over the Duke Blue Devils.

1990 NCAA Men's Basketball All-Americans

The Consensus 1990 College Basketball All-American team, as determined by aggregating the results of four major All-American teams. To earn "consensus" status, a player must win honors from a majority of the following teams: the Associated Press, the USBWA, The United Press International and the National Association of Basketball Coaches.

1990 in basketball

The following are the basketball events of the year 1990 throughout the world.

Basketball competitions taking place in 1990

The 1990 FIBA World Championship for Women took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and was won by the United States.

1990–91 NBA season

The 1990–91 NBA season was the 45th season of the National Basketball Association. The season ended with the Chicago Bulls winning their first NBA Championship, eliminating the Los Angeles Lakers 4 games to 1 in the NBA Finals.

1990–91 Sacramento Kings season

The 1990–91 NBA season was the Kings' 42nd season in the National Basketball Association, and sixth season in Sacramento. The Kings became the first team in NBA history to wield four first round draft choices selecting forward Lionel Simmons, guard Travis Mays, center Duane Causwell, and forward Anthony Bonner. However, their struggles continued as they lost their first seven games of the season, on their way to an awful 1–13 start. The Kings finished last place in the Pacific Division with a 25–57 record, losing a record of 37 consecutive games on the road finishing with the worst road record in NBA history at 1–40. Wayman Tisdale played just 33 games due to a foot injury, and Bonner only played in 34 games. Simmons made the All-Rookie First Team while Mays was selected to the All-Rookie Second Team. Following the season, Antoine Carr was traded to the San Antonio Spurs, and Mays was dealt to the Atlanta Hawks.

1996–97 Sacramento Kings season

The 1996–97 NBA season was the Kings' 48th season in the National Basketball Association, and 12th season in Sacramento. During the offseason, the Kings acquired Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf from the Denver Nuggets. Coming off their first playoff appearance in ten years, expectations in Sacramento were high. However, the Kings struggled with an 8–17 start as Brian Grant played just 24 games due to a shoulder injury. The Kings would rebound to get back into playoff connection with a 28–32 record. However, they went on a 7-game losing streak in March as head coach Garry St. Jean was fired, and replaced with assistant Eddie Jordan. The Kings finished sixth in the Pacific Division with a 34–48 record, missing the playoffs by just two games. Mitch Richmond finished fifth in the league in scoring averaging 25.9 points per game, while being selected for the 1997 NBA All-Star Game.

Following the season, Grant signed as a free agent with the Portland Trail Blazers, second-year guard Tyus Edney signed with the Boston Celtics, Duane Causwell was traded to the Miami Heat, and Lionel Simmons and Kevin Gamble both retired.

Keydren Clark

Keydren "Kee-Kee" Clark (born October 8, 1984) is an American professional basketball player for Peristeri of the Greek Basket League. He is 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) in height and he plays at the point guard position. He also holds Bulgarian citizenship.

La Salle Explorers men's basketball

The La Salle Explorers men's basketball program represents La Salle University in college basketball.

List of U.S. men's college basketball national player of the year awards

This article lists U.S. men's college basketball national player of the year awards. Several different organizations sponsor an award for the nation's top player.

Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year

Not to be confused with the Mid-American Conference (MAC) Men's Basketball Player of the Year.The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Men's Basketball Player of the Year is a basketball award given to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference's most outstanding player. The award was first given following the 1981–82 season. Four players have won the award multiple times: Steve Burtt, Luis Flores and Justin Robinson each won twice, while Lionel Simmons won three times. Simmons, along with winning his third MAAC Player of the Year award, was also the consensus National Player of the Year in 1990.

There has been one tie in the award's history, in 2017–18.

National Liberal Party (Bermuda)

The National Liberal Party was a political party in Bermuda. It was established in 1985 as a breakaway from the Progressive Labour Party by a group of members opposed to the leadership of Lois Browne-Evans. Four sitting MPs left to join the party, Gilbert Darrell, Austin Thomas, Lionel Simmons and Walter Brangman, although Simmons later returned to the PLP.The new party won two seats in the 1985 general elections with Thomas and leader Darrell retaining their seats. However, the party struggled thereafter, and failed to win seats in the elections in 1993, 1998 and 2003.

Robert V. Geasey Trophy

The Robert V. Geasey Trophy is awarded to the most outstanding basketball player in the Philadelphia Big 5, an informal association of college athletic programs in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. It is not an MVP award and does not represent the entire regular season's most valuable player; the award goes simply to the best basketball player for Big 5 games played that season. It has been given since 1956 and is granted by the Herb Good Basketball Club. Members of the Philadelphia Big 5 are La Salle University, the University of Pennsylvania, Saint Joseph's University, Temple University and Villanova University.

Sacramento Kings accomplishments and records

This page details the all-time statistics, records, and other achievements pertaining to the Sacramento Kings.

Speedy Morris

William "Speedy" Morris (born April 26, 1942) is an American basketball coach.

Morris started coaching at St. John the Baptist Catholic School's CYO varsity basketball team. He then went on to coach at Roman Catholic High School. Morris was then asked to be head coach of LaSalle University's women's basketball team. He was head coach of the La Salle University men's team from 1986 to 2001, where he led the Explorers to four NCAA tournament appearances.

Morris's 238 wins are the most in school history. His best team was the 1989–90, led by Lionel Simmons and Doug Overton, which posted a 30–2 record and finished 12th in both major polls.

Morris was the first Division I coach to coach both the men's and women's program at the same school. While at La Salle, Morris coached future NBA players Simmons, Overton, Randy Woods, Tim Legler, and Rasual Butler. However, he was forced to resign in 2001 after eight straight losing seasons.

Soon afterward, Morris was hired at Saint Joseph's Prep High School in Philadelphia, and has been there ever since. On February 7 2011, he earned his 561st win in the Philadelphia Catholic League, the most of any coach in league history. On February 3, 2012, Morris earned his 900th win as Prep defeated Roman Catholic, a team he once coached. Morris is the first and only coach in Pennsylvania state history to win 300 games with two schools. He won his 1000th game on January 12, 2018.

Date Opponent Result Pts Reb Ast Blk Stl FGM FT 3-Pt
Nov. 28, 1986 Penn St. L, 59-58 18 2 3 1 1 7-13 3-5 1-1
Nov. 29, 1986 Central Florida W, 68-43 10 6 0 ? ? 5-12 0-0 0-0
Dec. 2, 1986 vs Temple L, 70-66 6 7 1 1 0 2-7 2-2 0-0
Dec. 5, 1986 vs Army W, 83-63 24 11 2 ? ? 10-15 4-6 0-0
Dec. 10, 1986 at Villanova W, 93-86 22 9 2 2 1 10-14 2-2 0-0
Dec. 13, 1986 at Maine W, 79-66 21 18 2 6 ? 8-20 5-7 0-1
Dec. 19, 1986 Georgia L, 82-65 21 6 1 1 3 10-15 1-4 0-0
Dec. 20, 1986 Eastern Kentucky W, 98-83 21 17 2 0 ? 9-16 3-5 0-0
Dec. 26, 1986 St. Joseph's L, 77-70 7 9 1 1 3 1-11 5-7 0-0
Dec. 27, 1986 vs Northeastern W, 102-85 31 14 4 1 ? 13-19 5-7 0-0
Jan. 3, 1987 vs #4 North Carolina L, 79-72 22 6 0 0 ? 10-17 2-3 0-0
Jan. 6, 1987 vs Iona L, 75-68 16 10 7 3 3 6-15 4-4 0-0
Jan. 8, 1987 at Fordham L, 87-79 22 8 0 1 0 10-18 1-3 1-2
Jan. 10, 1987 at Manhattan W, 102-69 24 15 0 0 ? 10-16 4-4 0-0
Jan. 13, 1987 at Holy Cross W, 79-59 25 13 2 0 2 8-15 9-11 0-0
Jan. 17, 1987 at Fairfield L, 63-60 9 6 3 0 ? 4-12 1-2 0-0
Jan. 20, 1987 vs St. Peter's W, 65-56 11 8 3 1 1 4-10 3-5 0-0
Jan. 23, 1987 vs Fordham W, 69-66 20 12 2 2 3 8-18 4-4 0-0
Jan. 28, 1987 at Iona W, 100-85 22 9 3 2 4 8-15 6-9 0-0
Jan. 31, 1987 vs #8 DePaul L, 58-54 19 8 2 ? ? 9-20 1-1 0-1
Feb. 4, 1987 at Notre Dame L, 76-64 22 6 1 1 4 8-17 6-8 0-0
Feb. 7, 1987 at Manhattan W, 76-62 23 16 1 1 ? 7-17 9-11 0-0
Feb. 10, 1987 vs Holy Cross W, 93-60 31 11 1 0 2 11-19 9-13 0-0
Feb. 13, 1987 vs Fairfield W, 58-54 10 11 1 2 0 5-13 0-1 0-0
Feb. 16, 1987 at Penn W, 80-72 22 12 2 3 4 10-17 2-4 0-0
Feb. 21, 1987 at St. Peter's W, 68-61 14 5 1 3 ? 5-9 4-4 0-0
Feb. 24, 1987 at Army L, 68-59 24 9 0 2 0 10-14 4-4 0-0
Feb. 28, 1987 Fairfield L, 75-62 36 6 1 4 2 14-23 8-8 0-1
Mar. 12, 1987 at Villanova W, 86-84 21 9 4 0 ? 7-12 7-10 0-0
Mar. 17, 1987 at Niagara W, 89-81 23 9 2 0 0 9-19 5-6 0-0
Mar. 21, 1987 vs Illinois St. W, 70-50 18 15 2 1 ? 7-14 4-6 0-0
Mar. 24, 1987 Arkansas-Little Rock W, 92-73 21 8 2 2 2 6-8 9-10 0-0
Mar. 26, 1987 Southern Miss L, 84-80 34 11 1 0 1 12-19 10-10 0-0
Date Opponent Result Pts Reb Ast Blk Stl FGM FT 3-Pt
Nov. 27, 1987 Texas-San Antonio W, 74-51 23 13 2 2 4 10-24 3-7 0-0
Nov. 28, 1987 Delaware W, 86-72 34 14 1 5 ? 11-21 12-15 0-0
Dec. 2, 1987 at Princeton W, 63-62 30 15 0 0 1 13-19 4-7 0-0
Dec. 5, 1987 at Penn L, 66-61 27 12 0 5 3 10-18 7-10 0-0
Dec. 10, 1987 vs Army W, 74-61 22 16 4 6 3 9-14 4-8 0-0
Dec. 12, 1987 at Fordham W, 85-80 27 10 2 4 ? 11-17 5-6 0-0
Dec. 18, 1987 vs Villanova L, 83-80 16 7 1 2 3 7-15 2-4 0-1
Dec. 19, 1987 vs Canisius W, 85-73 13 12 3 ? ? 6-15 1-2 0-0
Dec. 23, 1987 Georgia L, 79-71 12 7 1 0 2 5-11 2-2 0-0
Dec. 24, 1987 Chaminade W, 90-60 33 18 1 ? ? 15-28 3-4 0-0
Dec. 25, 1987 Dayton W, 69-66 26 14 4 1 2 9-25 8-10 0-0
Dec. 29, 1987 at BYU L, 95-82 25 8 1 2 2 12-20 1-1 0-1
Jan. 2, 1988 vs Notre Dame L, 68-59 26 6 2 0 2 10-23 6-6 0-0
Jan. 9, 1988 at #4 North Carolina L, 96-82 37 10 0 1 2 15-27 5-7 2-3
Jan. 11, 1988 at Richmond L, 82-81 13 10 5 1 0 5-19 3-4 0-0
Jan. 14, 1988 at #4 Temple L, 59-56 14 14 3 0 1 6-15 2-6 0-3
Jan. 16, 1988 vs Fairfield W, 78-50 23 8 5 1 3 9-17 5-7 0-0
Jan. 19, 1988 at St. Joseph's L, 73-63 18 15 1 1 1 8-21 2-3 0-0
Jan. 20, 1988 vs Holy Cross W, 119-108 33 17 3 1 7 11-21 11-14 0-0
Jan. 23, 1988 vs Manhattan W, 95-70 24 13 1 6 3 8-13 8-11 0-0
Jan. 28, 1988 vs Iona W, 101-83 27 18 2 2 2 11-17 5-8 0-0
Jan. 30, 1988 at Army W, 64-51 22 13 5 4 2 8-20 6-8 0-0
Feb. 2, 1988 vs American W, 73-65 34 10 2 7 3 8-16 FG 18-18 0-0
Feb. 6, 1988 vs Fordham W, 76-51 14 10 5 1 5 5-11 4-4 0-0
Feb. 9, 1988 vs St. Peter's W, 56-47 15 8 1 3 0 3-8 9-11 0-0
Feb. 13, 1988 at Fairfield W, 75-57 20 11 5 4 2 6-16 8-8 0-0
Feb. 17, 1988 at Holy Cross W, 102-83 32 15 9 0 3 14-26 4-7 0-0
Feb. 20, 1988 Manhattan W, 92-74 32 10 0 4 1 11-19 10-11 0-0
Feb. 24, 1988 at Iona W, 91-86 14 9 5 0 1 5-13 FG 4-6 0-0
Feb. 29, 1988 at St. Peter's W, 67-64 27 5 4 1 2 8-20 11-13 0-0
Mar. 3, 1988 Manhattan W, 62-51 17 11 0 1 2 7-18 3-3 0-0
Mar. 4, 1988 Holy Cross W, 88-64 19 11 2 5 1 6-18 7-8 0-0
Mar. 5, 1988 Fordham W, 79-70 23 6 4 2 2 8-14 7-8 0-0
Mar. 17, 1988 Kansas St. L, 66-53 20 10 2 1 1 7-14 6-12 0-0
Date Opp Res Pts Reb Ast Blk Stl FG FT 3-Pt
Nov. 18, 1988 at #13 Syracuse L, 92-76 19 8 1 0 1 7-17 5-9 0-0
Dec. 2, 1988 Georgia Southern W, 64-62 24 8 2 4 3 9-20 5-7 1-2
Dec. 3, 1988 at Austin Peay W, 79-74 29 10 2 3 ? 12-23 5-7 0-1
Dec. 5, 1988 vs St. Joseph's W, 81-57 31 12 3 3 1 12-25 6-9 1-2
Dec. 9, 1988 Penn W, 77-61 32 9 1 1 2 13-24 6-8 0-1
Dec. 10, 1988 Long Beach St. W, 96-63 26 14 1 0 1 9-21 6-7 2-3
Dec. 14, 1988 at St. Peter's W, 78-74 36 12 2 0 1 15-24 6-10 0-0
Dec. 22, 1988 at Villanova W, 79-74 18 21 2 3 1 7-16 3-6 1-1
Dec. 29, 1988 #16 South Carolina W, 85-67 38 13 3 1 0 15-22 7-7 1-2
Dec. 30, 1988 Georgia L, 95-85 19 8 2 0 4 7-20 5-7 0-2
Jan. 4, 1989 vs Temple L, 67-57 18 14 4 1 1 9-15 0-2 0-2
Jan. 7, 1989 vs Richmond W, 97-76 36 13 1 3 ? 13-22 10-12 0-0
Jan. 12, 1989 at Fordham W, 86-73 27 10 5 1 3 8-18 10-12 1-1
Jan. 14, 1989 vs Manhattan W, 81-57 28 16 3 1 ? 11-20 6-6 0-2
Jan. 19, 1989 at Holy Cross W, 84-72 34 11 3 3 2 13-26 8-12 0-2
Jan. 21, 1989 at Fairfield W, 65-61 32 8 3 0 2 11-26 5-9 5-7
Jan. 23, 1989 at Iona W, 89-64 25 18 7 1 1 9-19 5-9 2-2
Jan. 25, 1989 vs St. Peter's L, 65-63 29 6 2 1 0 10-19 9-13 0-1
Jan. 28, 1989 vs Fordham W, 77-66 27 8 1 0 2 9-15 8-9 1-2
Feb. 1, 1989 vs Iona W, 91-62 29 9 2 4 1 11-24 7-9 0-1
Feb. 3, 1989 at Army W, 94-70 28 13 4 1 1 12-21 4-5 0-3
Feb. 5, 1989 at American W, 111-91 33 10 3 5 3 14-28 5-6 0-2
Feb. 9, 1989 vs Army W, 88-67 29 5 2 2 2 9-16 11-15 0-1
Feb. 11, 1989 at Manhattan W, 77-60 34 14 3 1 5 14-29 6-7 0-2
Feb. 13, 1989 vs Holy Cross W, 101-82 27 16 3 0 0 9-34 8-10 1-2
Feb. 16, 1989 at Notre Dame L, 80-78 22 10 7 2 3 9-21 4-10 0-0
Feb. 19, 1989 vs Fairfield W, 85-67 30 10 5 3 1 12-28 5-6 1-3
Feb. 23, 1989 vs #12 Florida St. W, 101-100 36 10 5 4 1 12-21 10-12 2-2
Mar. 2, 1989 Fairfield W, 91-62 31 12 3 1 4 12-29 6-9 1-3
Mar. 3, 1989 Fordham W, 85-69 26 12 7 5 4 12-20 1-2 1-1
Mar. 4, 1989 St. Peter's W, 71-58 29 9 0 4 0 12-25 5-9 0-1
Mar. 16, 1989 Louisiana Tech L, 83-74 26 16 3 3 0 12-28 2-5 0-2
Date Opp Res Pts Reb Ast Blk Stl FG FT 3-Pt
Nov. 24, 1989 SEMO W, 62-58 20 6 3 1 1 8-18 4-7 0-0
Nov. 25, 1989 at Fresno St. W. 75-63 24 6 4 1 0 9-18 5-8 1-2
Dec. 2, 1989 at DePaul W, 83-62 26 14 6 1 3 10-26 5-5 1-2
Dec. 11, 1989 vs Penn W, 86-83 20 12 3 2 3 8-21 2-7 2-5
Dec. 22, 1989 vs Villanova W, 71-70 15 9 3 1 3 5-17 4-5 1-2
Dec. 27, 1989 Ohio St. W, 74-62 26 13 3 3 3 11-20 4-8 0-1
Dec. 28, 1989 Florida W, 76-69 33 10 7 0 1 11-21 7-8 4-5
Jan. 3 1990 at Temple W, 63-62 23 14 1 1 0 7-10 5-6 4-4
Jan. 6, 1990 vs #25 Loyola-Marymount L, 121-116 34 19 4 1 3 14-25 6-12 0-0
Jan. 9, 1990 vs Siena W, 106-90 29 11 4 0 1 11-22 6-6 1-1
Jan. 12, 1990 vs Notre Dame W, 86-78 27 5 7 2 0 12-22 3-6 0-1
Jan. 15, 1990 vs Canisius W, 89-77 27 11 5 1 3 11-19 5-11 0-0
Jan. 20, 1990 at Holy Cross W, 84-81 28 11 3 4 2 11-19 5-7 1-1
Jan. 22, 1990 vs Loyola (MD) W, 89-69 36 14 0 2 2 15-22 6-8 0-0
Jan. 25, 1990 at Niagara W, 87-69 25 7 2 2 1 8-16 9-12 0-0
Jan. 27, 1990 at Fordham W, 98-72 30 14 5 2 2 10-21 7-7 3-4
Feb. 3, 1990 at Iona W, 89-73 26 7 3 2 0 11-24 4-7 0-1
Feb. 5, 1990 vs St. Peter's W, 72-59 26 10 1 2 2 12-19 2-5 0-1
Feb. 8, 1990 at Fairfield W, 78-51 22 13 3 6 0 9-21 4-7 0-0
Feb. 10, 1990 at Manhattan W, 99-78 40 14 4 3 2 17-29 4-8 2-2
Feb. 12, 1990 at St. Joseph's W, 93-76 12 8 3 2 2 5-11 1-2 1-2
Feb. 16, 1990 vs Iona W, 95-78 20 11 3 3 3 7-21 6-9 0-3
Feb. 18, 1990 vs Fairfield W, 72-49 24 10 2 1 2 10-20 4-11 0-2
Feb. 20, 1990 at Loyola (MD) W, 110-81 34 7 1 3 2 14-21 6-9 0-3
Feb. 22, 1990 vs Manhattan W, 100-60 27 6 5 3 2 12-22 1-2 2-3
Feb. 25, 1990 at St. Peter's W, 74-66 18 14 6 4 3 8-19 2-3 0-0
Feb. 27, 1990 vs Army W, 106-73 29 20 5 4 2 11-20 6-8 1-2
Mar. 3, 1990 Fairfield W, 90-60 34 11 4 1 2 14-28 4-5 2-5
Mar. 4, 1990 at Siena W, 106-90 26 11 6 1 1 11-19 3-3 1-1
Mar. 5, 1990 Fordham W, 71-61 26 16 3 2 4 8-15 10-11 0-1
Mar. 15, 1990 Southern Miss W, 79-63 32 16 3 2 3 13-26 3-5 3-5
Mar. 17, 1990 #17 Clemson L, 79-75 28 6 3 2 2 12-21 3-3 1-6

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