ALL-TIME EPH BESTS

All-Time Division III Wins Leader in New England: 1,514-769, .663 (9th most wins in Div. III)
through March 15, 2016

National Semifinals & Finals Appearances in Salem, VA:  8
National Quarterfinals Appearance in Salem, VA (2013):  1                  

First New England Team to Win NCAA Division III Tournament:  2003

NCAA Division III Tournament Record (16 appearances):  47-15 (.758)

Years: 
1994-95-96-97-98-2000-02-03-04-07, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2017 & 2018

NCAA Champions:
  2003 
2nd Place:
  2004, 2010 & 2014
3rd Place:  1997, 1998, 2011 & 2017

NCAA Division I Tournament, 1955 (0-1):
Canisius  73, Williams  60

NCAA Division II Tournament, 1959 & 1961 (2-3):
1959
LeMoyne  72,  Williams  66
Buffalo    78,  Williams  52

1961
Williams  74, Rochester  72
Williams  75, Bates  68 (Regional Champions)
Wittenberg  64, Williams  51 (Quarterfinals)

Undefeated: 11-0, 1909-1910
Most Wins to Start a Season:  14, 1954-55 & 2002-03
Longest In-season Win Streak:  21, 2009-10
Most Wins in Regular Season:  23, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2009-10, 2010-11 (23-1) 
Most Wins One Season:  31, 2002-03
Longest Win Streak:   28, 1909-1911 & 2003-04
Longest Home Court Win Streak:  64, 2001-05

Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame: 
Oz Tower '07

Ephs Named to the New England Basketball Hall of Fame:

Harry Sheehy ’75, coach and player (2002)

Mike Nogelo ’98, player (2003)

Al Shaw, coach (2003)

Team Award: Williams College, 1955 NCAA Div. I Tournament (2003)

Tim Walsh ’86, Scholar-Athlete (2006)

Kathleen Higgins Sigrist ’99, Scholar-Athlete (2006)

Jim Frew ’99, player  (2009)

Dave Paulsen ’87, coach (2009)

Dick Quinn, SID, media (2009)

Team Award: Williams College, 2003 NCAA Champions (2009)

FIRST EPH TO BE DRAFTED BY THE NBA: 
Bob Mahland '62, Chicago Zephyrs

FIRST EPH TO WIN JOSTENS TROPHY:
  Michael Nogelo '98
SECOND EPH TO WIN JOSTENS TROPHY:  Blake Schultz '10

FIRST EPH NAMED NABC DIV. III NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
 
Michael Nogelo '98.

MOST POINTS ONE GAME:  47, Garcia Major '90, 12/9/87 at MCLA 
MOST POINTS ONE SEASON:  634, Michael Nogelo ‘98, 1996-97
MOST CAREER POINTS:  Michael Nogelo '98, 2,002 in 100 games (20.2) 

MOST REBOUNDS ONE GAME:
21, 02/21/87 vs. Amherst; Brandt Johnson '87; Ben Coffin '04 vs. Keene State 3/13/04 & Troy Whittington '11 vs. Hamilton 12/7/10. 
MOST REBOUNDS ONE SEASON:
  320, Brandt Johnson ‘87, 1986-87
MOST CAREER REBOUNDS:  836, Ben Coffin '04

MOST ASSISTS ONE GAME:  14, Michael Crotty '04, 03/06/04 vs. Salem St.  
MOST ASSISTS ONE SEASON: 249, Michael Crotty '04, 2003-04
MOST CAREER ASSISTS:  819, Michael Crotty '04

MOST 3-POINTERS ONE GAME: 12, Hayden Rooke-Ley '15, 11/20/14 vs. Johnson State
MOST 3-POINTERS ONE SEASON:  95, Chris Rose, 2005-06
MOST CAREER 3-POINTERS:  251, Chris Rose '08

MOST GAMES PLAYED ONE SEASON:  33, Mike Greenman '17, Ryan Kilcullen '15 & Dan Wohl '15
MOST GAMES STARTED ONE SEASON:  33, Dan Wohl '15, 2013-14

MOST GAMES STARTED CAREER:  120, Michael Crotty '04

MOST GAMES PLAYED:  120, Chuck Abba '04 & Michael Crotty '04

MOST MINUTES PLAYED ONE SEASON:  1,110, Duncan Robinson '17, 2013-14

MOST MINUTES PLAYED CAREER:  3,821, Michael Crotty '04

FIRST TEAM NABC ALL-AMERICAN:
Michael Nogelo ‘98, 1995-96 (first Eph
sophomore named a First Team All-America), 1996-97 & 1997-98.

Ben Coffin '04

Blake Schultz '10

Troy Whittington '11

FIRST EPH NABC ALL-AMERICA 1st TEAM THREE YEARS in a ROW:  
Michael Nogelo '98, 1996-7-8. 

ECAC-NEW ENGLAND PLAYER OF THE YEAR:  Michael Nogelo ‘98, 1995-96
(first sophomore in New England to win the award) & 1996-97

Ben Coffin '04, 2003-04

Blake Schultz '10, 2009-10

Troy Whittington '11, 2010-11

NABC NEW ENGLAND PLAYER OF THE YEAR:  Michael Nogelo '98, 1996-97
& 1997-98

Ben Coffin '04

Bake Schultz '10

Troy Whittington '11

MOST WINS BY A CLASS:  104, Class of 2004 (Chuck Abba, Ben Coffin,
Michael Crotty & Blake Morgan) 103-15 (.873)

FIRST EPH NAMED MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER at FINAL FOUR:
Ben Coffin '04, 2003

FIRST EPH NAMED to ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM at FINAL FOUR:
Michael Nogelo '98, 1996-97 & 1997-98.

NCAA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM at FINAL FOUR:
1997:  Michael Nogelo '98
1998:  Michael Nogelo '98
2003:  Ben Coffin '04 & Michael Crotty '04
2004:  Michael Crotty '04 & Tucker Kain '05
2010:  Blake Schultz '10 & Troy Whittington '11
2011:  Nate Robertson '13
2014:  Mike Mayer '14 & Duncan Robinson '17
2017:  Dan Aronowitz '17


MOST POINTS IN ONE NCAA TOURNAMENT GAME:  Michael Nogelo '98, 38
vs. Wilkes, 3/21/98.

MOST POINTS ONE TOURNAMENT:  Michael Nogelo '98, 178 in six games -- an
NCAA Div. III record.

MOST REBOUNDS IN ONE NCAA GAME:  21, Ben Coffin '04 vs. Keene State,
3/13/04.

MOST ASSISTS IN ONE NCAA GAME:  14, Michael Crotty '04 vs. Salem State
3/6/2004.

MOST REBOUNDS IN ONE NCAA TOURNAMENT:  65, Michael Nogelo '98, in
six games 1998.

MOST ASSISTS IN ONE NCAA TOURNAMENT: 48, Michael Crotty '04, in
five games in 2003

TOP 10 ALL-TIME Div. III SCORERS 

1. Michael Nogelo '98 2002
2. Garcia Major '90 1711
3. Tim Walsh '86 1626
4. James Wang '12 1576
5. Blake Schultz '10 1528
6. Art Pidoriano '84 1492
7. Mike Mayer '14 1469
8. Taylor Epley '14 1457
9. Harry Sheehy '75 1449
10. Matt Hunt '99 1446

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Top 10 ALL-TIME Div. III REBOUNDERS

1. Ben Coffin '04 836
2. Michael Nogelo '98 786
3. Joe Geoghegan '10 754
4. Drew DeMuth '03 748
5 Brandt Johnson '87 747
6. Mike Mayer '14 716
7. Rob Williams '94 683
8. Dan Wohl '15 625
9. Troy Whittington '11 579
10. Mike Holland '99 547

 

 

 

 

              
 

 

 

 

 

 


TOP 10 ALL-TIME Div. III ASSIST LEADERS

1. Michael Crotty '04 819
2. Jim Frew '99 494
3. Chris Shalvoy '08 447
4. Nate Robertson '13 437
5. Noah Clarke '95 405
6. Grant Farmer '98 402
7. John Conte '92 351
8. James Wang '12 338
9. Mike Greenman '18 2/1/18 318*
10. Garcia Major '90 310

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

500 POINTS in ONE SEASON

1. Michael Nogelo '98 634 1996-97
2. Blake Schultz '10 615 2009-10
3. Michael Nogelo '98 599 1997-98
4. James Wang '12 589 2010-11
5. Taylor Epley '14 573 2012-13
6. Michael Nogelo '98 564 1995-96
7. James Heskett '19 560 2017-18
8. Matt Hunt '99 558 1998-99
9. Dan Aronowitz '17 554 2016-17
9. James Wang '12 554 2009-10
10. Mike Mayer '14 548 2012-13
11. Duncan Robinson '17 548* 2013-14
12. Matt Hunt '99 530 1997-98
13. Harry Sheehy '75 523 1974-75
14. Ben Coffin '04 521 2003-04
15. Mike Mayer '14 518 2013-14
16. Tim Walsh '86 516 1985-86
17. Noah Clarke '95 514 1992-95
18. Geoff Chapin '97 507 1995-96
19. Art Pidoriano '84 504 1983-84

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • First freshman to score 500 points in a season

1,000 POINT SCORERS

Rank Player Points
1. Michael Nogelo '98 2,002
2. Garcia Major '90 1,711
3. Tim Walsh '86 1,626
4. James Wang '12 1,576
5. Blake Schultz '10 1,528
6. Art Pidoriano '84 1,492
7. Mike Mayer '14 1,469
8. Taylor Epley '14 1,457
9. Harry Sheehy '75* 1,449
10. Matt Hunt '99 1,446
11. John Conte '92 1,416
12. Mike Crotty '04 1,402
13. Bob Mahland '62* 1,391
14. Dan Aronowitz '17 1,362
15. Dan Wohl '15 1,278
16. Ben Coffin '04 1,274
17. Chris Rose '08 1,245
18. Geoff Morton '59* 1,231
18. Brandt Johnson '87 1,225
21. Rob Bice '94 1,196
22. Matt Spangler '79 1,136
23. Tim Folan '03 1,135
24. Drew DeMuth '03 1,135
23. Chris Shalvoy '08 1,129
25. Dean Ahlberg '81 1,118
26. Rob Williams '94 1,107
27. Jim Frew '99 1,082
28. Noah Clarke '95 1,069
30. Tucker Kain '05 1,040
31. Gerry Kelly '79 1,034
32. Geoff Chapin '96 1,034
33. Kevin Snyder '09 1,016
34. Bill Melchionni '89 1,009
35. James Klemm '13 1,004

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Freshmen ineligible to compete in Varsity play