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2018-19 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE BASKETBALL Georgetown (14-8, 4-5) vs. Providence College (13-9, 3-6) Wednesday, February 6, 2019 • 7:30 p.m. Dunkin' Donuts Center • Providence, R.I. Game #23 • FS1 2018-19 SCHEDULE & RESULTS OCTOBER 19 Fri. BRIDGEPORT (exhibition) W, 96-57 27 Sat. BOWIE STATE (exhibition) W, 83-55 NOVEMBER 6 Tues. SIENA FSN W, 77-67. 9 Fri. vs Wichita State (at Annapolis, Md.) CBS SN L, 83-80 13 Tue. HOLY CROSS FS2 W, 70-61 17 Sat. vs. South Carolina (HOF Tip Off Semis.) ESPN3 W, 76-67 18 Sun. vs. #18/#18 Michigan (HOF Tip Off Champ.) ESPN L, 66-47 p.m. 24 Sat. IONA FSN W, 91-79 27 Tue. FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON FS1 W, 69-59 DECEMBER 1 Sat. RHODE ISLAND FS1 W, 59-50 4 Tue. at Boston College ESPN2 W, 100-95 OT 7 Fri. UMASS FS1 L, 79-78 16 Sun. CENTRAL CONNECTICUT FS1 W, 87-63 18 Tue. ALBANY FSN W, 73-43 21 Fri. at Texas ESPN2 W, 71-65 31 Mon. CREIGHTON * FS1 L, 79-68 JANUARY 5 Sat. VILLANOVA* FOX L,65-59 12 Sat. at Georgetown* FS1 L, 96-90 2OT 15 Tue. SETON HALL* FS1 W, 72-63 20 Sun. at #15/#13 Marquette* CBS SN L, 79-68 23 Wed. at Xavier* FS1 W, 64-62 27 Sun. DePAUL* FS1 W, 70-67 30 Wed. at Seton Hall* FSN L, 65-63 FEBRUARY 2 Sat. at DePaul* FS1 L, 67-55 6 Wed. GEORGETOWN* FS1 7:30 p.m. 9 Sat. at St. John's* (MSG) CBS SN 12:00 p.m. 13 Wed. at Villanova* FS1 6:30 p.m. 16 Sat. XAVIER* FOX 2:00 p.m. 20 Wed. ST. JOHN'S* FS1 8:30 p.m. 23 Sat. MARQUETTE* FOX 12:00 p.m. 26 Tue. at Butler* FS1 7:00 p.m. MARCH 6 Wed. at Creighton* CBS SN 8:00 p.m. 9 Sat. BUTLER* TBA 12:00 p.m. 13 Wed. at BIG EAST Championship at MSG 14 Thur. at BIG EAST Championship at MSG 15 Fri. at BIG EAST Championship at MSG 16 Sat. at BIG EAST Championship at MSG ALL GAMES ARE EASTERN TIME AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE * - BIG EAST Game HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS

BROADCAST INFORMATION Television Broadcast: FS1 Dave O'Brien (play-by-play) & Donny Marshall (analyst) Radio Broadcast: WPRO-630 AM/99.7 FM John Rooke (play-by-play) & Joe Hassett (analyst) Internet Broadcast: 630wpro.com (live audio broadcast)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Providence, R.I. 02918 Founded: 1917 Enrollment: 4,026 President: Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. Assoc. VP/Athletic Director: Robert G. Driscoll, Jr. Conference: BIG EAST Home Arena: Dunkin’ Donuts Center (12,410) 1st Yr of Basketball: 1926-27 (92nd seasons) All-Time Record: 1,458-977 (.599) Years in NCAA Tournament: 20 Times -- 2018 (last) Years in NIT: 19 Times -- 2013 (last) Head Coach: Ed Cooley (Stonehill ‘94) Career Record: 249-172/13th Season Record at Providence: 157-103 (67-68)/8th Season Assistant Coach: Jeff Battle Assistant Coach: Brian Blaney Assistant Coach: Ivan Thomas Coordinator of Basketball Operations: Kevin Kurbec Associate Director Player Development: Nikola Knezevic Spec. Asst. to the Head Coach: Matthew Garvey Senior Associate AD for Media Relations: Arthur Parks Office Phone: (401) 865-2759 Cell Phone: (401) 378-7334 E-mail: [email protected] Website: friars.com Twitter: @PCFriarsMBB @PCAthletics Facebook: Facebook.com/FriarFaithful

2018-19 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE ROSTER PROBABLE STARTERS (5) 0 Nate Watson, So., C, 6-10, 250 Arlington, Va./Bishop O’Connell HS ‘17 1 Makai Ashton-Langford, So., G, 6-3, 185 Worcester, Mass./Brewster Academy ‘17 3 David Duke, Fr., G, 6-5, 198 Providence, R.I./Cushing Academy '11 4 Maliek White, Jr., G, 6-3, 190 Richmond, Va./George Wythe High School ‘12 11 Alpha Diallo, Jr., G, 6-7, 213 New York, N.Y./Brewster Academy ‘16 OFF THE BENCH (8) 2 Kris Monroe, Fr., F, 6-8, 220 Creedmoor, N.C./St. David's School '18 5 Jimmy Nichols, Jr., Fr., F, 6-8, 220 Conway, S.C./Conway High School '18 10 A.J. Reeves, Fr., G, 6-6, 210 Roxbury, Mass./Brimmer and May School '18 13 Kalif Young, Jr., F, 6-9, 250 Vaughan, Ontario/Orangeville Prep ‘16 15 Emmitt Holt, RS Sr., F, 6-7, 230 Rochester, N.Y./Indian Hills Community College ‘16 24 Andrew Fonts, So., G, 6-2, 175 Portsmouth, RI./Portsmouth Abbey School ‘17 25 Drew Edwards, RS Jr., G, 6-4, 190 Perry Hall, Md./Calvert Hall ‘15 44 Isaiah Jackson, RS Sr., G, 6-6, 215 Gainesville, Fla./George Mason University

2018-19 PTS/REBS 10.8/5.3 4.2/1.6 7.4/2.6 6.2/2.0 17.1/8.1 1.5/1.0 3.3/2.5 12.1/2.4 3.6/4.1 1.0/0.2 0.5/0.0 3.3/0.8 9.0/4.9

Friars To Play Georgetown On February 6: The Friars will host Georgetown on Wednesday, February 6 at 7:30 p.m. on FS1. Providence and Georgetown have met 73 times in school history, with all but two meetings coming since the formation of the BIG EAST Conference in 1979. The Hoyas lead the all-time series, 45-28. Georgetown won the first meeting, 77-51, in Providence in 1956, before the Friars took a rematch in Providence, 83-56, in 1959. The Hoyas hold a 24-8 advantage in Washington, D.C. In Providence, the Friars lead, 18-14. The teams have met nine times on a neutral court, with Georgetown holding a 7-2 advantage. One of those two Friar wins was in the 1987 NCAA Tournament. PC earned an 88-73 victory that sent the team to its second Final Four appearance. In January, the Friars were defeated by the Hoyas, 96-90, in double overtime in Washington D.C. In their first game last season, Providence defeated Georgetown, 73-69, on February 6, 2018 at the Dunkin' Donuts Center. In the second meeting between the two teams last season, the Friars posted a 74-69 win at Georgetown on February 24, 2018. Ed Cooley To Coach USA Pan Am Games Team In August: A select team of men’s basketball standouts from the BIG EAST Conference will represent the United States at the 2019 Pan American Games, it was announced jointly on December 18 by USA Basketball and the BIG EAST. This represents the first time a team from a single Division l conference will represent the U.S. in the sport of men’s basketball in Pan American Games competition. The BIG EAST also announced that Providence College Head Coach Ed Cooley will serve as head coach for the Pan American Games team. He previously served on the coaching staffs for the 2014 USA Basketball junior national team that won the FIBA Americas U18 Championship and the 2015 USA team that won the FIBA U19 World Championship in Greece. He has been a member of the USA Basketball Junior

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National Team Committee since 2017. He was also a court coach for the 2013 USA U19 World Cup Team. In his eighth season at Providence, Cooley led the Friars to the 2014 BIG EAST Conference title and to NCAA Tournament appearances in each of the past five years. The player roster, additional coaching staff appointments and training camp details will be announced at a later date. Friar Defense Improving: The Friar defense has improved steadily this season. Through the team's nine BIG EAST Conference games, the Friars rank second in points allowed (72.0 ppg). The team also ranks first in steals (9.0 spg) and first in turnover margin (+3.7). Opponents are averaging 16.4 turnovers per game versus the Friars, the highest rate in the league. Reeves Returns After Missing Seven Weeks: Freshman guard A.J. Reeves (Roxbury, Mass.) returned to the Friar lineup on January 27 after missing seven weeks with a foot injury. The freshman guard registered 11 points in 11 minutes of action in his return versus DePaul. Reeves was 3-6 from behind the arc. Reeves, who has been named BIG EAST Freshman of the Week three times this season, is second on the team in scoring, averaging 12.1 points per game. Reeves ranks second on the Friars in three pointers made (27) and first in three-point field goal percentage (42.2 percent).

2018-19 Providence BIG EAST Honors Player

Alpha Diallo, David Duke AJ Reeves Alpha Diallo Alpha Diallo AJ Reeves AJ Reeves Maliek White Alpha Diallo Alpha Diallo Alpha Diallo

Date. Honor

Oct. 25 Oct. 25 Nov. 12 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 17 Dec. 24 Jan. 21 Jan. 28

Preseason All-BIG EAST 1st Team Preseason Co Freshman of the Year Freshman of the Week Honor Roll Honor Roll Freshman of the Week Freshman of the Week Honor Roll Honor Roll Honor Roll Honor Roll

2018-19 Providence Double-Doubles Player Opp. Stats A. Diallo Siena- 11/6 A. Diallo Wichita State- 11/9 A. Diallo Holy Cross- 11/13` N. Watson Boston College-12/4 A. Diallo Albany-12/18 A. Diallo Creighton-12/31 A Diallo Georgetown 1/12 Total Double-Doubles (7) Diallo (6), Watson (1)

Friars All-Time Versus Top-25 Teams: The Friars have posted a 116-262 (.307) mark all-time versus top-25 teams, including a 0-2 mark this season. In the Friars' first game versus a ranked team this season, Providence was defeated by No. 18/18 Michigan, 66-47, on November 18 at the Hall of Fame Tip Off in Uncasville, Conn. In the Friars' most recent game versus a ranked team, Providence was defeated at No. 15/13 Marquette, 79-68, on January 20. Diallo Closing In On 1,000 Points: Junior Alpha Diallo (New York, N.Y.) has recorded 988 career points in 87 games (11.4 ppg). He is looking to become the 50th player in Friar history to score 1,000 or more career points.

Diallo Registers His Sixth Double-Double Of The Season: Junior forward Alpha Diallo (New York, N.Y.) scored 24 points and grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds in the Friars' double overtime loss at Georgetown on January 12. For Diallo it was his sixth double-double of the season and the 12th of his career. He leads the Friars in scoring (17.1 ppg), rebounding (8.1 rpg) and assists (3.3 apg). He has recorded a team-best nine games this season with 20 or more points, including 20 points in the team's win over DePaul on January 27. Diallo, who was named Preseason All-BIG EAST First Team, was named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament Team last March. He averaged 13.2 points and 6.6 rebounds per game last season.

16 pts, 11 rbs. 27 pts, 10 rbs 18 pts, 10 rbs 19 pts, 10 rbs 20 pts, 10rbs 18 pts, 10 rbs 24 pts, 13 rbs

20-Point Performances In 2018-19 Player Reeves Diallo Duke Reeves Diallo Diallo Reeves Diallo Diallo Diallo

Opponent/Date Points Siena/Nov. 6 29 Wichita State/Nov. 9 27 South Carolina/Nov. 17 20 Iona/Nov. 24 20 Iona/Nov. 24 23 FDU/Nov. 27 20 Boston College/Dec. 4 24 UMass/Dec. 7 21 Albany/Dec. 18 20 Texas/Dec. 21 20 Ashton-Langford Villanova/Jan. 5 20 Diallo Georgetown/Jan. 12 24 Watson Georgetown/Jan. 12 21 Watson Marquette/Jan. 20 21 Diallo DePaul/Jan. 27 20 Diallo Seton Hall/Jan. 30 21

Diallo Second In The BIG EAST In Rebounding: Junior forward Alpha Diallo (New York, N.Y.) ranks second in the BIG EAST in rebounding in overall play (8.1 rpg). He has recorded 10 or more rebounds in six games this season, including a career-high 13 boards at Georgetown on January 12. Watson Ties His Career-High With 21 Points At Marquette: Sophomore Nate Watson (Arlington, Va.) tied his career high in points with 21 at Marquette on January 20. He shot 8-14 from field and 5-6 from the free-throw line. He also grabbed five rebounds in the game. It marked the third game of his career with 20 or more points. Watson also registered 21 points, as he shot 9-11 from the field, in the Friars' loss at Georgetown on January 12. He ranks third on the team in scoring (10.8 ppg) and second in rebounding (5.3 rpg). The sophomore center recorded his first career double-double when he scored 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds at Boston College on December 4. Watson earned BIG EAST All-Rookie Team honors last season. Ashton-Langford Registered A Career-High 20 Points: Sophomore guard Makai Ashton-Langford (Worcester, Mass.) recorded a career-high 20 points in the Friars' loss to Villanova on January 5. He was 6-9 from field, 4-4 from three-point territory and 4-6 from the free-throw line in 24 minutes of action. For the season, he is averaging 4.2 points per game. He is averaging 4.3 assists per game in BIG EAST action this season. Youth Movement: Through 22 games this season, Head Coach Ed Cooley has relied on his freshman class to help pace the Friars. Freshman David Duke (Providence, R.I.) has started all 22 games this season. Freshman A.J. Reeves ranks second on the team in scoring (12.8 ppg) and he leads the team in three-point shooting (42.2 percent). Duke is fifth on the team in scoring (7.4 ppg). Freshman 2 - 2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS

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Jimmy Nichols (Conway, S.C.) is first on the team in blocks with 20. Jackson Comes Off The Bench: Red-shirt senior Isaiah Jackson (Gainesville, Fla.) has come off the bench in 18 of the team's 22 games this season. He has scored in double figures in 10 of the team's 22 games and he ranks fourth on the squad in scoring (9.0 ppg). Jackson is third on the team in rebounding at 4.9 rebounds per game.

FRIARS VS. UPCOMING OPPONENTS GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY

PC trails 28-45 Home: 18-14; Away: 7-24; Neutral: 2-7 DATE

Ed Cooley Moves Into 4th Place On The PC All-Time Win List: With the Friars win over Iona on November 24, Ed Cooley recorded his 148th victory as the Friar Head Coach and moved into fourth place on the all-time win list for PC Head Coaches. The all-time winningest Friar head coaches are: Joe Mullaney (319-164), Dave Gavitt (209-84), and Tim Welsh (160-143). Cooley has a 157-103 mark in eight seasons as the Friars head coach. Friars 60-3 In Non-Conference Action At The Dunk Under Ed Cooley: The Friars have posted a 60-3 mark in eight seasons under Ed Cooley in non-conference home games at the Dunkin' Donuts Center. Top-70 Student Athlete Greg Gantt Signs NLI To Attend PC In 2019-20: Friar coach Ed Cooley announced on November 16 that student-athlete Greg Gantt, Jr., (Fayetteville, N.C.) signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Providence College beginning in September 2019. Gantt is ranked in the top-70 in every major ranking. Gantt, a 6-foot-7-inch, 195-pound forward attends Trinity Christian School in Fayetteville, N.C., where he is coached by Heath Vandevender. At Trinity Christian, he averaged 10.9 points, 7.2 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.2 steals per game in 2018. He also played for the Team Felton AAU Team. On Team Felton, he was coached by Fred Cannon. During the summer, he was the leading scorer and rebounder for Team Felton on the Under Armour circuit. Gantt is rated as a four-star recruit by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247sports.com. ESPN (No. 62), Rivals (No. 63) and 247sports (No. 66) all have Gantt ranked as a top-70 recruit. Friars Reach Championship Game For Sixth Consecutive Year: On November 18, the Friars were defeated by No. 18 Michigan in the championship game of the Hall of Fame Tip Off. It marked the sixth consecutive season that the Friars reached the championship game of their in-season tournament. Last year, Providence defeated Saint Louis, 90-63, in the 2K Classic championship game. In 2014, the Friars defeated Notre Dame (75-74) to capture the Hall of Fame Tipoff in Uncasville, Conn. In 2013, the Friars were defeated by Maryland (56-52) in the championship game of the Paradise Jam in St. Thomas, USVI. In 2015, the Friars were defeated by Michigan State (77-64) in the championship game of the Wooden Legacy in Anaheim, Calif. In 2016, the Friars were defeated by No. 7/6 Virginia, 63-52, the championship game in the Emerald Coast Classic at Destin, Fla. Reeves Named BIG EAST Freshman Of The Week On Dec. 3: Freshman A.J. Reeves (Roxbury, Mass.) was named BIG EAST Freshman of the Week on December 3. It marked the third time in four weeks that he earned the honor. Reeves averaged 11.0 points and 3.5 rebounds as the Friars posted a 2-0 mark with wins over Fairleigh Dickinson and Rhode Island. He also shot 40 percent (4-10) from three-point territory. Reeves had a team-high 15 points in the Friars' 59-50 win over Rhode Island on December 1. He was 3-6 from three-point territory in the win. Reeves Named BIG EAST Freshman Of The Week On November 26: Freshman A.J. Reeves (Roxbury, Mass.) scored 20 points when he shot 8-12 from the field, including 4-7 from threepoint territory, in the Friars' 91-79 win over Iona on November 24. For his efforts, he was named BIG EAST Freshman of the Week for the second time this season on November 26.

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