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Schedule & Results

November

4

(Fri)

Adams State (exhibiton)

L, 61-60

14

(Mon)

San Diego Christian

W, 58-55

16

(Wed)

at Boise State

L, 80-59

19

(Sat)

Montana State

L, 70-64

24

(Thurs)

vs. Harvard^

L, 75-47

25

(Fri) vs. Massachusetts^

L, 89-75

26

(Sat)

vs. UNC Asheville^

L, 87-65

December

 

3

(Sat)

at Fresno State

L, 82-52

7

(Wed)

Cal State Fullerton

L, 81-50

10

(Sat)

BYU

L, 61-42

16

(Fri)

Idaho State

W, 71-59

19

(Mon)

Portland

W, 72-67

22

(Thurs)

at Weber State

L, 81-50

31

(Sat)

at Colorado*

L, 73-33

January

5

(Thurs)

Washington State* W, 62-60 (OT)

7

(Sat) Washington*

12 p.m.

12

(Thurs)

at Stanford*

8 p.m.

14

(Sat)

at California*

8:30 p.m.

19

(Thurs)

Arizona*

6:30 p.m.

21

(Sat) Arizona State*

3 p.m.

26

(Thurs)

at UCLA*

8:30 p.m.

28

(Sat)

at USC*

9 p.m.

February

 

2

(Thurs)

Oregon*

7 p.m.

4

(Sat)

Oregon State*

3 p.m.

9

(Thurs)

at Arizona State*

TBA

11

(Sat)

at Arizona*

12 p.m.

18

(Sat)

Colorado*

3 p.m.

23

(Thurs)

California*

7 p.m.

25

(Sat)

Stanford*

6:30 p.m.

March

 

1

(Thurs)

at Oregon State*

TBA

3

(Sat)

at Oregon*

TBA

Pac-12 Conference Tournament

Los Angeles, Calif. • Staples Center

7

(Wed)

First Round Game

8

(Thurs) Quarterfinals

 

9

(Fri)

Semifinals

10

(Sat)

Championship

* = Pac-12 Game ^ = Battle 4 Atlantis (Paradise Island, Bahamas) ( ) - Opponent’s AP/Coaches rank at time of game

All times Mountain Home games in bold. All home games are played at the Jon M. Huntsman Center.

Utah Athletic Communications

Associate A.D./Dir. of Communications: Liz Abel Associate Director (MBB Contact): Kyle Harris Office Phone: 801-581-3771 Mobile Phone: 801-580-4411 Fax: 801-581-4358 E-mail: kharris@huntsman.utah.edu Assistant Director (2nd MBB Contact): Mike DeVine E-mail: mdevine@huntsman.utah.edu

Office Manager (Credentials): Kate Sturgeon E-mail: ksturgeon@huntsman.utah.edu www.UtahUtes.com

2011-12 UTAH MEN’S

BASKETBALL

Game 15

www.UtahUtes.com 2011-12 UTAH MEN’S BASKETBALL Game 15 Washington 8-6, 2-1 Pac-12 at Utah 4-10, 1-1 Pac-12

Washington 8-6, 2-1 Pac-12

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MEN’S BASKETBALL Game 15 Washington 8-6, 2-1 Pac-12 at Utah 4-10, 1-1 Pac-12 Date: Saturday, Jan.

Utah 4-10, 1-1 Pac-12

Date: Saturday, Jan. 7 Tipoff: 12 p.m. MT Location: Salt Lake City Arena: Jon M. Huntsman Center (15,000)

Radio Utah Sports Radio Network ESPN 700 AM Play-by-Play: Bill Riley Analyst: Jimmy Soto

Television FSN (ROOT Sports in SLC) Play-by-play: Joel Myers Analyst: Ernie Kent In SLC: Comcast Ch. 52, DirecTV Ch. 683 and Dish Network Ch. 414

Internet For up-to-date information including live stats, game notes, media guides, ticketing and more, visit www.UtahUtes.com.

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Washington at Utah - Quick Hits

• Saturday’s game marks the 12th all-time meeting

between Washington and Utah. The Huskies lead the series, 6-5. UW has won the last two meetings after the Utes had run off three straight wins. Their last meeting resulted in an 83-77 Husky win in Seattle in 2007.

• Utah’s leading scorer is Josh “Jiggy” Watkins,

at 15.5 points per game, which ranks sixth in the Pac-12 conference (including all games). He also tops the Utes in assists with 5.2 helpers per contest, which is second-best in the Pac-12. Jason

Washburn is Utah’s top rebounder at 6.9 boards per game and second-leading scorer with 11.1 points per contest.

• The Utes are coming off Thursday’s thrilling

62-60 overtime victory as they captured their first conference win as members of the Pac-12.

• Washington’s top scorer is Tony Wroten at 17.1

points per game, which ranks second in the Pac-12. He is one of three Huskies who average double digits, along with C.J. Wilcox (15.6) and Terrence Ross (14.3). Aziz N’Diaye is the Huskies’ leading rebounder at 7.7 per contest, while Abdul Gaddy leads UW in assists with 4.8 per game.

• Washington won its first two conference games

before dropping its last outing at Colorado, 87-69.

Their conference wins both came at home against Oregon State, 95-80, and Oregon, 76-60.

2011-12 Runnin’ Utes At A Glance

# Name

Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. PPG RPG* Recent highlights and notes

Chris Hines

0 G

6-0

185

Jr.

7.1

1.8

Scored eight crucial points in win vs. Washington State (1/5)

Glen Dean

1 G 5-10 175 Jr.

--

-- Will sit out 2011-12 after transferring from Eastern Washington

2

Aaron Dotson

G/W 6-4 204 Jr.

--

-- Will sit out 2011-12 after transferring from LSU

3

Anthony Odunsi

G 6-3 197 Fr. 3.5 1.5 Scored four points at Colorado (12/31), starting in place of Hines

5

Kareem Storey

G

5-10

184

Fr.

3.9

2.4*

Had four points, two assists, two boards and a steal vs. Wash. St. (1/5)

10

Dijon Farr

F

6-6

219

Jr.

6.4

3.6

Scored 10 points and grabbed five rebounds vs. Wash. State (1/5)

11

Alex Mortensen

G 6-1 165 Fr. 0.0 0.0 Saw first collegiate action at Boise State (11/16)

13

Kyle Perkins

G

6-4

194

Jr.

1.1

0.3

Had two points and two boards in career-high 20 minutes at CU (12/31)

15

Josh Watkins

G

5-11

211

Sr.

15.5

5.2*

Hit game-winning shot for Utah’s first-ever Pac-12 win vs. Wash. State (1/5)

21

Javon Dawson

F

6-6

260

R-So.

2.8

2.4

Scored four points in career-high 22 minutes vs. Wash. St. (1/5)

25

Blake Wilkinson

F

6-6

230

Fr.

2.1

1.7

Scored six points and made two steals vs. Fullerton (12/7)

32

George Matthews

F

6-5 218 Fr. 0.5 0.7 Posted two points, two steals, one rebound and one assist at CU (12/31)

40

Alexander Ricketts

F

6-7 214 So.

--

-- Will sit out 2011-12 after transferring from Simon Fraser

42

Jason Washburn

C

6-10

244

Jr.

11.1

6.9

Scored 11 points and grabbed four rebounds vs. Wash. State (1/5)

43

Cedric Martin

W 6-4 200 Jr. 6.4 2.9 Career highs of eight rebounds and five assists vs. Wash. State (1/5)

51

David Foster

C

7-3 243 Sr.

--

-- Out indefinitely (foot)

53

Corbin Green

W 6-6 200 R-So. --

-- Saw his first action as a Ute at Weber State (12/22)

* - assists per game

Head Coach: Larry Krystkowiak (Montana ‘96) Assistant Coaches: Tommy Connor (Utah ‘90), DeMarlo Slocum (Georgia So. ‘01), Andy Hill (E. Washington ‘00) Dir. of Basketball Ops: Norm Parrish (NW Nazarene ‘87)

Dir. of Player Development and Camps: Randy Baruth (Dakota Wesleyan ‘00)

Athletic Trainer: Trevor Jameson (BYU ‘95)

Covering The Utes

Postgame Interviews

• The Utah locker room is closed after

all games. Postgame interviews will be conducted in the press area, set up in the women’s basketball lounge. Prior to the conclusion of each game, the Utah athletic communications staff will survey press members in attendance for interview requests.

Practice Policies and Media Availability

• Utah men’s basketball practice is closed

to the public. The final 20 minutes of most practices are open for media viewing.

• Video footage and photos may be taken

with advanced permission from Associate Director of Athletic Communications Kyle Harris.

• No instantaneous or live reports from practice are allowed.

• All player and coach interviews are

conducted at the conclusion of practice.

Head Coach Larry Krystkowiak Radio/TV Shows

Radio:

Mondays from 6-7 p.m. on ESPN 700 AM with Bill Riley, “Voice of the Utes” Location: Trolley Square

Television:

Sundays at 10:30 p.m. on ABC 4 “The Red Zone” with Wes Ruff

Weekly Pac-12 Media Teleconference The Pac-12 Conference men’s basketball coaches will participate in a weekly media teleconference every Tuesday from January 3 - March 7, 2012. There will be an additional call on Dec. 20. Please contact the Pac-12 Communications office for the dial-in information. This teleconference is for accredited media only. A replay of each teleconference will be made available on the Pac-12 website.

Tentative Call Schedule - All times MT

11:30 a.m.

Moderator opens call

11:32 a.m.

Sean Miller, Arizona

11:40 a.m.

Herb Sendek, Arizona State

11:48 a.m.

Tad Boyle, Colorado

11:56 a.m.

Larry Krystkowiak, Utah

12:04 a.m.

Craig Robinson, Oregon State

12:12 a.m.

Dana Altman, Oregon

12:20 a.m.

Kevin O’Neill, USC

12:28 a.m.

Ken Bone, Washington State

12:36 a.m.

Johnny Dawkins, Stanford

11:44 a.m.

Mike Montgomery, California

11:52 a.m.

Lorenzo Romar, Washington

12:00 p.m.

Ben Howland, UCLA

Romar, Washington 12:00 p.m. Ben Howland, UCLA Utah Runnin’ Utes (4-10, 1-1 Pac-12) Head Coach: Larry

Utah Runnin’ Utes (4-10, 1-1 Pac-12)

Head Coach: Larry Krystkowiak Alma Mater: Montana, 1996

Record at Utah: 3-10 (1st year) Career Record: 45-30 (3rd year)

Projected Starters

No. Pos. Name

Ht.

Wt. Cl.

Hometown

PPG

RPG*

3

G

Anthony Odunsi

6-3

197

Fr.

Fort Bend, Texas

3.5

1.5

15

G

Josh Watkins

5-11

211

Sr.

New York, N.Y.

15.1

5.1*

43

W Cedric Martin

6-4

200

Jr.

Minneapolis, Minn.

6.5

2.5

10

F

Dijon Farr

6-6

219

Jr.

Pacolet, S.C.

6.1

3.5

42

C

Jason Washburn

6-10 244

Jr.

Battle Creek, Mich.

11.2

7.1

* - assists per game

Battle Creek, Mich. 11.2 7.1 * - assists per game Washington Huskies (8-6, 2-1 Pac-12) Head

Washington Huskies (8-6, 2-1 Pac-12)

Head Coach: Lorenzo Romar Alma Mater: Cincinnati, 1992

Record at Washington: 203-108 (10th year) Career Record: 296-196 (16th year)

Projected Starters

No. Pos. Name

Ht.

Wt. Cl.

Hometown

PPG

RPG*

0

G

Abdul Gaddy

6-3

185

Jr.

Tacoma, Wash.

9.1

4.8*

5

C

Aziz N’Diaye

7-0

260

Jr.

Dakar, Senegal

7.3

7.7

14

G

Tony Wroten

6-5

205

Fr.

Seattle, Wash.

17.1

4.9

31

G

Terrence Ross

6-6

195

So.

Portland, Ore.

14.3

6.2

44

F

Darnell Gant

6-8

230

Sr.

Los Angeles, Calif.

7.7

4.9

* - assists per game

Series History

Overall Record: Washington Leads, 6-5

Streak: Washington W2 Neutral: 1-1

 

Home: 31

Away: 1-4

Statistical Matchup

 

Category Points Per Game

 

Utah

Washington

Edge

Margin

57.2

79.8

UW

22.6

Opp. Points Per Game

 

72.8

74.4

Utah

1.6

Scoring Margin

 

-15.6

+5.4

UW

21.0

Field Goal Pct.

 

.410

.466

UW

.056

Opp. Field Goal Pct.

 

.473

.421

UW

.052

3-Point FG Pct.

 

.272

.371

UW

.099

Opp. 3-Point FG Pct.

 

.412

.373

UW

.039

Free Throw Pct.

 

.669

.634

Utah

.035

Rebounds Per Game

 

29.7

40.1

UW

10.4

Opp. Rebounds Per Game

 

34.2

35.4

Utah

1.2

Rebounding Margin

 

-4.5

+4.7

UW

9.2

Assists Per Game

 

11.1

14.0

UW

2.9

Turnovers Per Game

 

13.1

14.1

Utah

1.0

Turnover Margin

 

-2.9

+0.3

UW

3.2

Assist/Turnover Ratio

 

0.8

1.0

UW

0.2

Blocks Per Game

 

2.2

4.9

UW

2.7

Steals Per Game

 

4.6

6.9

UW

2.3

2011-12 Pac-12 Standings

 

Conference Games

   

All Games

Team

W

L Pct.

H

A

W

L Pct.

H

A

N

Last 10 Streak

Colorado

2

0

1.000

2-0

0-0

10

4

.714

8-1

1-1

1-2

8-2

W5

Stanford

2

1

.667

2-0

0-1

12

2

.800

9-1

2-1

1-1

7-3

L1

California

2

1

.667

2-0

0-1

12

4

.750

11-0

0-3

1-1

7-3

L1

Oregon

2

1

.667

1-0

1-1

11

4

.733

9-1

2-2

0-1

7-3

W1

Washington

2

1

.667

2-0

0-1

8

6

.571

8-1

0-3

0-1

5-5

L1

Arizona

1

1

.500

1-0

0-1

10

5

.667

8-1

1-2

1-2

6-4

L1

Arizona State

1

1

.500

0-0

1-1

5

9

.357

2-6

2-1

1-2

4-6

W1

Utah

1

1

.500

1-0

0-1

4

10

.286

4-3

0-4

0-3

3-7

W1

Oregon State

1

2

.333

1-0

0-2

11

4

.733

8-1

2-2

1-1

7-3

W1

Washington State

1

2

.333

1-1

0-1

9

6

.600

7-1

1-2

1-3

7-3

L1

UCLA

1

2

.333

1-0

0-2

8

7

.533

7-3

0-2

1-2

7-3

W1

USC

0

3

.000

0-1

0-2

5

11

.313

3-6

1-4

1-1

3-7

L4

Note the Time Change Utah’s home games vs. Arizona on Jan. 19 and Stanford on Feb. 25 will now tip off at 6:30 p.m. MT to accomodate television broadcasts.

Utes Capture First Pac-12 Home Game in Overtime

scorers in the Pac-12, coming in at No. 29 with 11.1 points per game.

Washburn is shooting a very efficient 60% from the floor for the season (60-of-100), which is highest on the team and third-best in the Pac- 12. He is also knocking down 78.3% of his free

the Utes’ head coach and his first as a head coach in the Pac-12. For his NCAA coaching career, Krystkowiak is now 46-30 (.605) in his third year.

Krystkowiak (pronounced krist-KOH-vee-ak), who has prior head coaching experience in the NCAA, CBA and NBA, left a position as an assistant coach

Thursday was a night of firsts for Utah basketball. throws (36-of-46), best on the squad and ninth in with the New Jersey Nets to become the 15th

The Utes’ 62-60 victory over Washington State, marked Utah’s first Pac-12 Conference victory, first Pac-12 win at home, first home game as members of the newly expanded league and first overtime win since the 2008-09 season. It was also Utah’s first ever Blackout game in men’s basketball.

the Pac-12.

Washburn is averaging 6.9 boards per contest, leading the Utes and ranking sixth in the Pac-12. He is well ahead of his career average of 4.1 rebounds per game and is just four boards away from eclipsing the 100-rebound mark for the second time in his career. He is on pace to get his 100th rebound in game 15 against Washington on Saturday, six games faster than last year.

Head coach Larry Krystkowiak has stated that he would like Utah’s big men to maintain a rebounding pace around one every four minutes. With 96 boards in 397 minutes this season, Washburn is right on that pace.

Utah vs. the Pac-12 With the win against Washington State, Utah improves its all-time record against the Pac-12 to 147-115 (.561), including a 1-1 mark as a member of the league.

Watkins and Storey Dish It Out Watkins and freshman guard Kareem Storey have combined for 41 assists and only 21 turnovers over the last four games, an assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.95.

The two have combined for 101 assists on the season. Twice they have each posted five or more assists in the same game (vs. Idaho State and at Boise State).

Utes in Overtime With Thursday’s victory, Utah improved to 50-35 in overtime, including a 23-10 record at the Huntsman Center. It was Utah’s first overtime win since defeating Colorado State, 89-79, on the road on Feb. 18, 2009.

The Utes at the Huntsman Center Utah owns an all-time record of 530-128 (.805) in its current home, the Jon M. Huntsman Center, including a 4-3 mark this season.

The Utes have posted a winning record at home in 38 consecutive seasons, beginning in 1973-74. In conference home games over the last 18 years, Utah is 105-22 (.827), including a 1-0 mark as members of the Pac-12.

With 15,000 seats, the Huntsman Center is the largest arena in the Pac-12 (excluding temporary and tournament sites).

Head Coach Larry Krystkowiak With the win against Washington State on Thursday, Krystkowiak picked up his fourth win as

head coach in Utah men’s basketball history.

In his previous collegiate head coaching post, Krystkowiak led his alma mater, the University of Montana, to a 42-20 record and two NCAA appearances as the Grizzlies’ from 2004-06 before joining the NBA coaching ranks.

Utes Ink Five for 2012 Utah opened the early signing period by inking five players who will join the Utes for the 2012-13 season. The signing class includes high school seniors Josh Hearlihy (North Hollywood, Calif., Harvard-Westlake HS), Jordan Loveridge (West Jordan, Utah, West Jordan HS) and Justin Seymour (Marietta, Ga., Wheeler HS), along with Southern Utah transfer Dallin Bachynski (Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Sir Winston Churchill HS) and returning LDS missionary Jeremy Olsen (Lawrenceville, Ga., Collins Hill HS).

Utah’s Blocks Leader Out Indefinitely Senior center David Foster underwent foot surgery in November and is out indefinitely.

Foster is Utah’s career record holder in blocked shots with 219. He also holds the top two single-season marks with 115 in 2009-10 and 99 last season. Foster led the Mountain West Conference in blocks the last two years and finished among the top five in NCAA Div. I both years as well. He was the 2010 MWC Defensive Player of the Year and was also named to the MWC All-Defensive team in 2011.

Series History vs. Washington (Washington Leads, 6-5)

Date

H/A/N

Result

Score

11/30/1951

H

W

62-61

12/1/1951

H

L

44-60

12/5/1952

A

L

54-82

12/6/1952

A

L

56-77

12/27/1957

N

W

64-62

1/26/1968

A

L

76-93

12/6/1968

H

W

82-74

12/19/1970

H

W

89-78

12/5/1989

A

W

71-62

11/25/2004

N

L

71-78

11/14/2007

A

L

77-83

HOME: 3-1 (.750) AWAY: 1-4 (.200) NEUTRAL: 1-1 (.500)

Watkins Among Pac-12 Leaders in Scoring, Assists Watkins is averaging 15.5 points per game, sixth- best in the Pac-12, including all games played. He has scored double figures in 11 of his 13 games this year and in 16 of his last 18, going back to last season. Watkins has scored double figures in 35 of 44 career games as a Ute and has eclipsed the 20-point plateau 10 times, including a career- high 26 against Portland on Dec. 19.

Watkins has posted at least five assists in eight of his last nine games and is averaging 5.2 assists per game, second-best in the league. He has led or tied for the team lead in assists 12 times this season.

Farr Continues Upward Scoring Trend Junior forward Dijon Farr has proven to be a solid and efficient scoring option over the last five games. Since scoring a career-high 16 points against Idaho State on Dec. 16, he has averaged 11.2 points and raised his season scoring average to 6.4 points per game.

Most recently, Farr scored 10 points on 5-of-9 from the field against Washington State. Over the last five games, Farr has shot 55% from the field, knocking down 24-of-44 field goals, including 4-of-9 from 3-point range.

Farr is currently Utah’s best 3-point threat among players with at least 10 attempts, shooting 42.9% for the season (6-of-14).

Martin Has Career Night Doing ‘The Dirty Work’ Junior wing Cedric Martin posted career highs of eight rebounds and five assists Thursday against Washington State, while playing a career-high 42 minutes. He also added five points and made a steal, while playing a key role in Utah’s defensive effort that allowed only 60 points—including just 54 in regulation—a season-low by any Utah opponent.

Washburn Consistently Scoring Double Digits Coming off 11 points against Washington State, Washburn has scored double digits in 10 of 14 games this season and ranks among the top 30

The Utes Under Krystkowiak

Longest Winning Streak:

2, 12/16/11 - present

Longest Pac-12 Win Streak:

1, 1/5/12 - present

Longest Losing Streak:

8, 11/16/11 - 12/16/11

Longest Pac-12 Losing Streak:

1, 12/31/11-present

Most Points Scored in a Game:

75 vs. UMass, 11/25/11

Most Points Scored in a Pac-12 Game:

62 vs. Washington State (OT), 1/5/12

Fewest Points Scored in a Game:

42 vs. BYU, 12/10/11

Fewest Points Scored in a Pac-12 Game:

33 at Colorado, 12/31/11

Most Points Allowed in a Game:

90 vs. UMass, 11/25/11

Most Points Allowed in an Pac-12 Game:

73 at Colorado, 12/31/11

Fewest Points Allowed in a Game:

55 vs. San Diego Christian, 11/14/11

Fewest Points Allowed in an Pac-12 Game:

60 vs. Washington State (OT), 1/5/12

Largest Margin of Victory:

12 vs. Idaho State, 12/16/11

Largest Margin of Victory in an Pac-12 Game:

2 vs. Washington State (OT), 1/5/12

Largest Margin of Defeat:

40 at Colorado, 12/31/11

Largest Margin of Defeat in a Pac-12 Game:

40 at Colorado, 12/31/11

Most Points Allowed in a Win:

67 vs. Portland, 12/19/11

Most Points Scored in a Loss:

75 vs. UMass, 11/25/11

Fewest Points Scored in a Win:

58 vs. San Diego Christian, 11/14/11

Fewest Points Allowed in a Loss:

61 vs. BYU, 12/10/11

Largest Deficit Overcome in a Win:

9 vs. Idaho State, 12/16/11

Largest Lead Given Up in a Loss:

6 vs. UMass, 11/25/11

Highest FG Percentage:

60.0% (27-of-45) vs. UMass, 11/25/11

Highest FG Pct. in a Pac-12 Game:

47.3% vs. Washington State (OT), 1/5/12

Lowest FG Percentage:

22.6% (12-of-53) at Colorado, 12/31/11

Lowest FG Pct. in a Pac-12 Game:

22.6% (12-of-53) at Colorado, 12/31/11

Highest 3-Pt. FG Percentage:

50.0% (6-of-12) vs. UMass, 11/25/11

Highest 3-Pt. FG Pct. in a Pac-12 Game:

25% vs. Washington State (OT), 1/5/12

Most Assists:

18 vs. Idaho State, 12/16/11

Most Assists in a Pac-12 Game:

15 vs. Washington State (OT), 1/5/12

Record in Home Games: 4-3 Record in Road Games: 0-4 Record in Neutral-Court Games: 0-3 Record in Pac-12 Tournament Games: 0-0 Record in Overtime Games: 1-0 Record vs. Ranked Teams: 0-0

Utah Head Coach Larry Krystkowiak

vs. Ranked Teams: 0-0 Utah Head Coach Larry Krystkowiak Personal Birthdate: Sept. 23, 1964 Hometown: Shelby,

Personal Birthdate: Sept. 23, 1964 Hometown: Shelby, Mont. Wife: Jan Children: Sons Cam, Luc, Ben and twin daughters Samantha and Finley.

Coaching Experience Assistant Coach, New Jersey Nets (2010-11) Head Coach, Adidas Nations/Adidas USA (2009-10) Head Coach, Milwaukee Bucks (2007-08) Assistant/Head Coach, Milwaukee Bucks (2006-07) Head Coach, Idaho Stampede (2003-04) Assistant Coach, Old Dominion University (2001-02) Assistant Coach, University of Montana (1998-2000)

Playing Experience College Career - 1982-86 University of Montana Three-time Big Sky Conference MVP - 1984, ‘85, ‘86 UM’s All-time leading scorer (2,017) UM’s All-time leading rebounder (1,105)

Professional Career - 1986-96 NBA Draft: 1986, 2nd round, 28th overall - Chicago Bulls San Antonio Spurs, 1986-87 Milwaukee Bucks, 1988-92 Utah Jazz, 1992-93 Orlando Magic, 1993-94 Chicago Bulls, 1994-95 Los Angeles Lakers, 1996

Notable Professionals Coached by Krystkowiak Andrew Bogut (Milwaukee Bucks, 2006-08) Jordan Hasket (Montana, 2004-06) Alex Loughton (Old Dominion, 2001-02) Virgil Matthews (Montana, 2004-06) Andrew Straight (Montana, 2004-06) Charlie Villanueva (Milwaukee Bucks, 2006-08)

Career College Coaching Record

Year

School

Overall

Pct. Conference

Pct.

Postseason NCAA 1st Rd. NCAA 2nd Rd.

2004-05

Montana

18-13

.581

9-5

.643

2005-06

Montana

24-7

.774

10-4

.714

2-year total

42-20

.677

19-9

.679

2011-12

Utah

4-10

.286

1-1

.500

--

Career total

46-30

.605

20-10

.667

Utah’s 2011-12 Record When

Overall

Pac-12

At home On an opponents’ home court On a neutral floor vs. Top 25 teams When winning the opening tipoff When losing the opening tipoff When scoring first When scoring second When three or more players score 10+ When four or more players score 10+

4-3

1-0

0-4

0-1

0-3

0-0

0-0

0-0

2-3

0-0

2-7

1-1

1-2

0-0

3-8

1-1

4-7

1-0

0-2

0-0

In November

1-5

0-0

In December

2-5

0-1

In January

1-0

1-0

In February

0-0

0-0

In March

0-0

0-0

Leading at halftime Trailing at halftime Tied at halftime Leading with 5:00 remaining Trailing with 5:00 remaining Tied with 5:00 remaining

3-0

1-0

1-10

0-1

0-0

0-0

3-0

0-0

1-10

1-1

0-0

0-0

Shooting higher FG Pct. than opponent Shooting lower FG Pct. than opponent Same FG Pct. as opponent Shooting 50% or better Shooting 40-49% Shooting 30-39% Shooting less than 30%

4-1

1-0

0-9

0-1

0-0

0-0

1-2

0-0

3-4

1-0

0-3

0-0

0-2

0-1

Shooting better 3-pt Pct. than opponent Shooting lower 3-pt Pct. than opponent Shooting same 3-pt Pct. than opponent Making more 3-pointers than opponent Making fewer 3-pointers than opponent Make same number 3-pointers as opponent

1-1

0-0

3-8

1-1

0-1

0-0

1-1

0-0

3-9

1-1

0-0

0-0

Shooting more FTs than opponent Shooting fewer FTs than opponent Shooting same number FTs as opponent Shooting higher FT Pct. than opponent Shooting lower FT Pct. than opponent Shooting same FT Pct. as opponent

3-5

0-0

1-5

1-1

0-0

0-0

2-3

1-1

2-7

0-0

0-0

0-0

Out-rebounding the opponent Being out-rebounded by the opponent Recording the same number of rebounds

1-2

0-0

1-7

0-1

2-1

1-0

Recording more assists than the opponent Recording fewer assists than the opponent Recording the same number of assists Committing fewer turnovers than the opponent Committing more turnovers than the opponent Committing the same number of turnovers

2-0

0-0

2-9

1-1

0-1

0-0

3-1

1-0

1-7

0-0

0-2

0-1

Scoring 85 points or more Scoring 75-84 points Scoring 65-74 points Scoring 64 points or fewer

0-0

0-0

0-1

0-0

2-1

0-0

2-8

1-1

Allowing 85 points or more Allowing 75-84 points Allowing 65-74 points Allowing 64 points or fewer

0-2

0-0

0-5

0-0

1-2

0-1

3-1

1-0

vs. In-state opponents vs. Out-of-state opponents vs. Non-conference opponents:

0-2

4-8

3-9

Atlantic 10

0-1

Big Sky

1-2

Big South

0-1

Big West

0-1

Ivy League

0-1

Mountain West

0-1

West Coast

1-1

Western Athletic

0-1

Other

1-0

Double Time

A look at the Runnin’ Utes’ 2011-12 and career double-figure outputs:

2011-12

Career

Double-Doubles #51 David Foster

--

1

Double-Figure Scoring #15 Josh Watkins

11

35

#42 Jason Washburn

10

21

#0 Chris Hines

5

13

#43 Cedric Martin

5

5

#10 Dijon Farr

4

4

#5 Kareem Storey

3

3

#51 David Foster

--

3

#3 Anthony Odunsi

1

1

#25 Blake Wilkinson

1

1

Double-Figure Rebounding #42 Jason Washburn

2

2

#51 David Foster

--

4

Double-Figure Blocks #51 David Foster

--

1

The Last Time Utah

 

Against All Opponents

 

Against Conference Opponents**

 

The Team

 

The Team

Won at Home Won on the Road Won at a Neutral Site Lost at Home Lost on the Road Lost at a Neutral Site Won in Overtime Lost in Overtime

1/5/12, 62-60 vs. Washington State (OT) 2/19/11, 62-60 at New Mexico 11/27/09, 60-58 vs. No. 20 Illinois (Las Vegas)

61-42 vs. BYU

73-33 at Colorado

87-65 vs. UNC-A (Paradise Island, Bahamas)

1/5/12, 62-60 vs. Washington State (OT) 2/13/10, 68-65 (OT) vs. New Mexico

12/10/11,

12/31/11,

11/26/11,

Won at Home Won on the Road

1/5/12, 62-60 vs. Washington State (OT) 2/19/11, 62-60 at New Mexico 3/14/09, 52-50 vs. San Diego State (at Las Vegas)

Won at a Neutral Site Lost at Home

 

2/5/11,

12/31/11,

54-49 vs. Air Force 73-33 at Colorado

Lost on the Road Lost at a Neutral Site Won in Overtime Lost in Overtime

3/10/2011, 64-50 vs. No. 7 SDSU 1/5/12, 62-60 vs. Washington State (OT) 2/13/10, 68-65 (OT) vs. New Mexico

In

a Game

In

a Game

Scored 100+ Scored 90+ Scored 80+ Scored 50 or less Scored 40 or less Allowed 100+ Allowed 90+ Allowed 80+ Allowed 50 or less Allowed 40 or less

12/27/95,

108-58 vs. Cal State Fullerton

Scored 100+ Scored 90+ Scored 80+ Scored 50 or less Scored 40 or less Allowed 100+ Allowed 90+ Allowed 80+ Allowed 50 or less Allowed 40 or less

11/16/93, 103-83 at Fresno State (WAC)

11/20/10,90-75 vs. Weber State

   

1/27/09,

2/16/11,

94-88 (OT) vs. BYU 80-70 vs. Wyoming

2/16/11,

12/31/11,

80-70 vs. Wyoming 73-33 at Colorado 73-33 at Colorado

12/31/11,

12/31/11,

12/31/11,

73-33 at Colorado 73-33 at Colorado

1/11/11, 104-79 vs. No. 11 BYU

1/11/11, 104-79 vs. No. 11 BYU

1/11/11, 104-79 vs. No. 11 BYU 12/22/11, 80-51 at Weber State

1/11/11, 104-79 vs. No. 11 BYU

2/8/11,

85-53 at No. 6 San Diego State

2/22/11,

50-48 vs. TCU

   

2/22/11,

50-48 vs. TCU

1/14/09, 57-36 at Air Force

 

1/14/09, 57-36 at Air Force

A

Utah Player

A

Utah Payer

Scored 35+ points

Keith Van Horn

Scored 35+ points

 

Keith Van Horn

(40 vs. TCU, 2/15/97)

 

(40, vs. TCU, 2/15/97)

Scored 25+ points

Josh

Watkins

Scored 25+ points

 

Chris

Kupets

   

(25

at Air Force, 1/5/11)

Grabbed 20+ rebounds

Grabbed 15+ rebounds

Recorded a double-double

(26 vs. Portland, 12/19/11) Andrew Bogut (20 vs. New Mexico, 1/22/05) Luke Nevill (15 vs. San Diego State, 3/14/09)

Grabbed 20+ rebounds

 

Andrew Bogut (20, vs. New Mexico, 1/22/05)

Grabbed 15+ rebounds

Luke Nevill (15, vs. San Diego State, 3/14/09) Will Clyburn

Recorded a double-double

 

Jason Washburn (12 pts / 10 rebs at Fresno State, 12/3/11)

pts / 12 rebs at UNLV, 2/2/11) Luka Drca (10, vs. Colorado State, 3/4/08) Luke Nevill

(17

Dished out 10 assists

Luka Drca (10 vs. Colorado State, 3/4/08)

Dished out 10 assists

Shot 100% FG (min. 6 att.)

Shot 100% FG (min. 6 att.)

 

Luke Nevill (8-of-8 vs. Dixie State, 1/9/08)

 

(8-of-8, vs. Air Force, 1/16/07)

Shot 80% 3-ptrs (min. 5 att.)

Chris

Kupets

Shot 80% 3-ptrs (min. 5 att.)

 

Chris

Kupets

 

(5-of-6 at Air Force, 1/5/11)

 

(5-of-6 at Air Force, 1/5/11)

Shot 100% FT (min. 6 att.)

Will

Clyburn

Shot 100% FT (min. 6 att.)

 
 

(6-of-6 vs. Oral Roberts)

 

(6-of-6

Kim Tillie vs. No. 14/15 BYU)

Played 40+ minutes

Cedric Martin (42) and Josh Watkins (40)

Played 40+ minutes

Cedric Martin (42) and Josh Watkins (40)

(vs.

Washington State, 1/5/12)

 

(vs.

Washington State, 1/5/12)

An Opposing Player

 

An Opposing Player

 

Scored 35+ points

Jimmer Fredette, BYU

Scored 35+ points

 

Jimmer Fredette, BYU

(47,

1/11/11)

(47,

1/11/11)

Scored 25+ points

 

Scored 25+ points

 

Brock Motum, Washington State (27, 1/5/12) Andre Roberson, Colorado (17, 12/31/11) Andre Roberson, Colorado (17 pts / 17 rebs, 12/31/11) Darington Hobson, New Mexico (11, 2/13/10) Nathan Call, BYU

Grabbed 15+ rebounds

Brock Motum, Washington State (27, 1/5/12) Andre Roberson, Colorado (17, 12/31/11)

Grabbed 15+ rebounds

Recorded a double-double

Andre Roberson, Colorado (17 pts / 17 rebs, 12/31/11)

Recorded a double-double

Dished out 10 assists

 

Dished out 10 assists

Shot 100% FG (min. 6 att.)

Darius Morris, Michigan (10, 12/10/10) Nathan Call, BYU

Shot 100% FG (min. 6 att.)

 

(6-of-6, 3/7/92)

Shot 80% 3-ptrs (min. 5 att.)

(6-of-6, 3/7/92) Jesse Morgan, Massachusetts

Shot 80% 3-ptrs (min. 5 att.)

 

Jimmer

Fredette, BYU

Shot 100% FT (min. 6 att.)

(5-of-6, 11/25/11) Jesse Carr and Andy Ogide, Colorado State

Shot 100% FT (min. 6 att.)

(4-of-5, 1/30/10) Jesse Carr and Andy Ogide, Colorado State (9-of-9 and 6-of-6, 3/2/11)

Played 40+ minutes

(9-of-9 and 6-of-6, 3/2/11) Roman Martinez & Darington Hobson, New Mexico (43 & 40, 2/13/10)

Played 40+ minutes

Roman

Martinez & Darington Hobson, New Mexico (43 & 40, 2/13/10)

 

** - includes conference tournament games.

 

2011-12 By the Numbers

Win/Loss Margin

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11-15

16-29

30-39

40+

Wins

1

1

1

1

Losses

1

1

5

2

1

Miscellaneous

 

Utah’s Leads/Deficits in 2011-12

 

Largest Margin of Victory Largest Margin of Defeat Largest Halftime Lead Largest Halftime Deficit Largest Lead At Any Time Largest Deficit At Any Time

 

12

Largest Deficit Overcome to Win Largest Lead Surrendered in Loss Largest Halftime Deficit in Win Largest Halftime Lead in Loss Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak

9

40

6

12

3

25

17

2

40

8

Consecutive games with at least one made three-pointer (Last game without a made three-pointer was 11/17/03 vs. Georgia State)

263

Free Throws In The Clutch

Throughout the 2011-12 season, this space will track how the Runnin’ Utes perform in “clutch” free-throw situations. Clutch situations are defined as any free throw with less than 2:00 remaining in the game (plus all of overtime) and a positive or negative differential of 10 points or less. The Utes are 15-20 (.750) in clutch situations so far this year.

#0 Chris Hines

FTM-FTA

Pct.

#21 Javon Dawson

FTM-FTA

Pct.

2011-12

2-4

.500

2011-12

--

--

Career

5-11

.455

Career

--

--

#3 Anthony Odunsi

FTM-FTA

Pct.

#25 Blake Wilkinson

FTM-FTA

Pct.

2011-12

--

--

2011-12

--

--

Career

--

--

Career

--

--

#5 Kareem Storey

FTM-FTA

Pct.

#32 George Matthews

FTM-FTA

Pct.

2011-12

3-4

.750

2011-12

--

--

Career

3-4

.750

Career

--

--

#10 Dijon Farr

FTM-FTA

Pct.

#42 Jason Washburn

FTM-FTA

Pct.

2011-12

--

--

2011-12

2-2

1.000

Career

--

--

Career

7-9

.778

#11 Alex Mortensen

FTM-FTA

Pct.

#43 Cedric Martin

FTM-FTA

Pct.

2011-12

--

--

2011-12

1-2

.500

Career

--

--

Career

1-2

.500

#13 Kyle Perkins

FTM-FTA

Pct.

#51 David Foster

FTM-FTA

Pct.

2011-12

--

--

2011-12

--

--

Career

--

--

Career

4-8

.500

#15 Josh Watkins

FTM-FTA

Pct.

#53 Corbin Green

FTM-FTA

Pct.

2011-12

7-8

.875

2011-12

--

--

Career

19-23

.826

Career

--

--

Associated Press Top 25

Week 9

 

Team

Record

Points

1

Syracuse (60)

15-0

1,618

2

Kentucky (5)

13-1

1,554

3

North Carolina

13-2

1,451

4

Baylor

13-0

1,389

5

Duke

12-1

1,354

6

Ohio State

13-2

1,277

7

Missouri

13-0

1,255

8

Connecticut

12-1

1,199

9

Georgetown

12-1

1,072

10

Michigan State

13-2

992

11

Louisville

12-2

977

12

Indiana

13-1

974

13

Florida

11-3

753

14

Kansas

10-3

663

15

Mississippi State

13-2

644

16

Michigan

12-2

641

17

UNLV

15-2

611

18

Wisconsin

12-3

506

19

Murray State

14-0

454

20

Marquette

12-2

447

21

Virginia

12-1

292

22

Harvard**

12-1

269

23

Kansas State

11-1

229

24

San Diego State

12-2

196

25

Gonzaga

11-2

121

** - 2011-12 Utah Opponent

ESPN/USA Today Top 25

Week 9

Team

Record

Points

1

Syracuse (30)

15-0

774

2

Kentucky (1)

13-1

739

3

Duke

12-1

679

4

North Carolina

13-2

670

5

Baylor

13-0

638

6

Missouri

13-0

620

7

Ohio State

13-2

593

8

Connecticut

12-1

580

9

Georgetown

12-1

515

10

Louisville

12-2

454

11

Michigan State

13-2

442

12

Indiana

13-1

423

13

Michigan

12-2

368

14

Florida

11-3

367

15

Kansas

10-3

318

16

Mississippi State

13-2

300

17

UNLV

15-2

263

18

Murray State

14-0

236

19

Wisconsin

12-3

230

20

Marquette

12-2

196

21

Harvard**

12-1

156

22

Kansas State

11-1

127

23

Virginia

12-1

125

24

Creighton

11-2

67

25

San Diego State

12-2

60

** - 2011-12 Utah Opponent

 

Utah’s Game-By-Game Starting Lineups

 

Leading The Way

A look at how many times each player has led Utah in some of the more important statistical categories during the 2011-12 season (including ties for the team lead):

 

Date

Opponent

G

G

Wing

Forward

Center

Result

Nov. 14

San Diego Christian Watkins

Martin

Farr

Wilkinson

Washburn

W, 58-55

Nov. 16

at Boise State Montana State vs. Harvard^

Watkins

Odunsi

Martin

Wilkinson

Washburn

L, 80-59

Nov. 19

Watkins

Odunsi

Martin

Wilkinson

Washburn

L, 70-64

 

Nov. 24

Watkins

Odunsi

Martin

Dawson Washburn

 

L, 75-47

Points

Nov. 25

Massachusetts^ Watkins

Hines

Martin

Wilkinson