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2004-05 Big East Conference Season Summary

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Record: 224-143, .610 W-L% (3rd of 32) (Schedule and Results)
*Record does not reflect forfeits or vacated games.
SRS: 11.42 (3rd of 32) ▪ SOS: 7.21 (4th of 32)

Regular Season Champion: Boston College and Connecticut
Tournament Champion: Syracuse

NCAA Tournament: 6 (Boston College, Connecticut, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Villanova and West Virginia)

Ranked in Preseason AP Poll:(Connecticut, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh and Syracuse)
Ranked in Final AP Poll:(Boston College, Connecticut, Syracuse and Villanova)

Standings

Conference Overall PTS/G SRS
Rk School W L W-L% W L W-L% Own Opp SRS SOS
1 Boston CollegeR 13 3 .813 25 5 .833 72.5 64.5 14.4 6.4
2 ConnecticutR 13 3 .813 23 8 .742 78.0 66.8 18.8 7.6
3 SyracuseT 11 5 .688 27 7 .794 74.1 64.9 15.9 6.8
4 Villanova 11 5 .688 24 8 .750 73.0 62.4 19.1 8.4
5 Pittsburgh 10 6 .625 20 9 .690 72.3 63.5 14.5 5.7
6 Notre Dame  9 7 .563 17 12 .586 67.3 64.1 9.4 6.2
7 Georgetown  8 8 .500 19 13 .594 64.4 61.1 9.9 6.5
8 West Virginia 8 8 .500 24 11 .686 71.5 67.3 11.8 7.6
9 Providence  4 12 .250 14 17 .452 74.3 73.1 10.0 8.9
10 Seton Hall  4 12 .250 12 16 .429 62.7 63.8 5.0 6.0
11 Rutgers  2 14 .125 10 19 .345 64.3 69.7 3.3 8.8
12 St. John's (NY)  3 13 .188 9 18 .333 64.4 66.8 5.0 7.4

AP Poll Summary

School Pre 11/16 11/23 11/30 12/7 12/14 12/21 12/28 1/4 1/11 1/18 1/25 2/1 2/8 2/15 2/22 3/1 3/8 Final
Syracuse 6 5 4 3 4 8 7 7 6 7 7 4 8 8 9 15 13 16 11
Connecticut 8 8 7 7 7 11 11 11 10 12 16 19 23 19 18 17 15 12 13
Boston College                 25 13 9 8 5 4 6 3 5 7 14
Villanova                         24 22 25 23 19 19 19
Notre Dame 20 20 21 20                              
Pittsburgh 17 17 16 13 11 10 10 10 16 20 21 20 16 18 17 18 24 22  
West Virginia                 21                    

Conference Tournament

First Round
March 9 2005
Quarterfinal
March 10 2005
Syracuse (bye)81
Rutgers57
Connecticut (bye)66
Georgetown62
Villanova (bye)67
Pittsburgh (bye)58
Semifinal
March 11 2005
Final
March 12 2005

NCAA Tournament

First Round
Boston College won (85-65) versus Pennsylvania (Chicago Regional)
Connecticut won (77-71) versus Central Florida (Syracuse Regional)
Pittsburgh lost (79-71) versus Pacific (Albuquerque Regional)
Syracuse lost (60-57) versus Vermont (Austin Regional)
Villanova won (55-47) versus New Mexico (Syracuse Regional)
West Virginia won (63-61) versus Creighton (Albuquerque Regional)

Second Round
Boston College lost (83-75) versus Milwaukee (Chicago Regional)
Connecticut lost (65-62) versus North Carolina State (Syracuse Regional)
Villanova won (76-65) versus Florida (Syracuse Regional)
West Virginia won (111-105) versus Wake Forest (Albuquerque Regional)

Regional Semifinal
Villanova lost (67-66) versus North Carolina (Syracuse Regional)
West Virginia won (65-60) versus Texas Tech (Albuquerque Regional)

Regional Final
West Virginia lost (93-85) versus Louisville (Albuquerque Regional)

Conference Leaders

Minimum Stat Requirements ▪ Stats include all games played
Games
1. Patrick BeileinWest Virginia 35
  Kevin PittsnogleWest Virginia 35
  Johannes HerberWest Virginia 35
  Darris NicholsWest Virginia 35
  Mike GanseyWest Virginia 35
  J.D. CollinsWest Virginia 35
7. Tyrone SallyWest Virginia 34
  Louie McCroskeySyracuse 34
  D'Or FischerWest Virginia 34
  Craig ForthSyracuse 34
  Josh PaceSyracuse 34
  Gerry McNamaraSyracuse 34
  Hakim WarrickSyracuse 34
Field Goals
1. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 253
2. Ryan GomesProvidence 247
3. Craig SmithBoston College 202
4. Daryll HillSt. John's (NY) 201
5. Randy FoyeVillanova 180
6. Brandon BowmanGeorgetown 172
7. Allan RayVillanova 169
  Josh PaceSyracuse 169
9. Jared DudleyBoston College 165
10. Gerry McNamaraSyracuse 160
  Mike GanseyWest Virginia 160
Field Goal Attempts
1. Ryan GomesProvidence 498
2. Daryll HillSt. John's (NY) 480
3. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 462
4. Gerry McNamaraSyracuse 433
5. Randy FoyeVillanova 428
6. Allan RayVillanova 407
7. Quincy DoubyRutgers 403
8. Craig SmithBoston College 401
9. Chris ThomasNotre Dame 379
10. Ricky ShieldsRutgers 348
Field Goal Percentage
1. Chris TaftPittsburgh .580
2. Chevon TroutmanPittsburgh .566
3. Hakim WarrickSyracuse .548
4. Charlie VillanuevaConnecticut .521
5. Craig SmithBoston College .504
6. Lamont HamiltonSt. John's (NY) .504
7. Brandon BowmanGeorgetown .501
8. Ryan GomesProvidence .496
9. Jared DudleyBoston College .488
10. Curtis SumpterVillanova .467
2-Point Field Goals
1. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 244
2. Craig SmithBoston College 197
3. Ryan GomesProvidence 195
4. Josh PaceSyracuse 169
5. Chris TaftPittsburgh 159
6. Charlie VillanuevaConnecticut 153
7. Daryll HillSt. John's (NY) 150
8. Josh BooneConnecticut 148
9. Chevon TroutmanPittsburgh 145
10. Lamont HamiltonSt. John's (NY) 137
2-Point Field Goal Attempts
1. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 431
2. Craig SmithBoston College 380
3. Ryan GomesProvidence 361
4. Daryll HillSt. John's (NY) 337
5. Charlie VillanuevaConnecticut 293
  Josh PaceSyracuse 293
7. Randy FoyeVillanova 275
8. Chris TaftPittsburgh 274
9. Lamont HamiltonSt. John's (NY) 269
10. Kelly WhitneySeton Hall 265
2-Point Field Goal Percentage
1. Randall HankeProvidence .722
2. Josh BooneConnecticut .609
3. Brandon BowmanGeorgetown .605
4. Mike GanseyWest Virginia .598
5. Terrence RobertsSyracuse .581
6. Chris TaftPittsburgh .580
7. Chevon TroutmanPittsburgh .578
8. Josh PaceSyracuse .577
9. Hakim WarrickSyracuse .566
10. D'Or FischerWest Virginia .566
3-Point Field Goals
1. Gerry McNamaraSyracuse 107
2. Colin FallsNotre Dame 93
3. Allan RayVillanova 80
4. Donnie McGrathProvidence 72
5. Patrick BeileinWest Virginia 70
6. Ricky ShieldsRutgers 69
7. Chris QuinnNotre Dame 66
  Quincy DoubyRutgers 66
9. Ashanti CookGeorgetown 61
10. Kevin PittsnogleWest Virginia 60
3-Point Field Goal Attempts
1. Gerry McNamaraSyracuse 315
2. Colin FallsNotre Dame 225
3. Allan RayVillanova 213
4. Ricky ShieldsRutgers 203
5. Patrick BeileinWest Virginia 197
6. Quincy DoubyRutgers 195
7. Donnie McGrathProvidence 175
8. Ashanti CookGeorgetown 162
9. Randy FoyeVillanova 153
10. Chris ThomasNotre Dame 151
3-Point Field Goal Percentage
1. Colin FallsNotre Dame .413
2. Allan RayVillanova .376
3. Gerry McNamaraSyracuse .340
Free Throws
1. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 211
2. Carl KrauserPittsburgh 141
3. Jared DudleyBoston College 135
4. Chevon TroutmanPittsburgh 126
5. Ryan GomesProvidence 124
6. Craig SmithBoston College 114
7. Jermaine WatsonBoston College 112
8. Curtis SumpterVillanova 111
  Gerry McNamaraSyracuse 111
10. Daryll HillSt. John's (NY) 107
Free Throw Attempts
1. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 310
2. Carl KrauserPittsburgh 188
3. Jared DudleyBoston College 179
4. Chevon TroutmanPittsburgh 177
5. Craig SmithBoston College 170
6. Ryan GomesProvidence 161
7. Jeff GreenGeorgetown 146
8. Kelly WhitneySeton Hall 141
  Charlie VillanuevaConnecticut 141
10. Daryll HillSt. John's (NY) 140
Free Throw Percentage
1. Chris ThomasNotre Dame .891
2. Gerry McNamaraSyracuse .874
3. Jermaine WatsonBoston College .830
4. Allan RayVillanova .828
5. Curtis SumpterVillanova .810
6. Rashad AndersonConnecticut .805
7. Ryan GomesProvidence .770
8. Daryll HillSt. John's (NY) .764
9. Jared DudleyBoston College .754
10. Randy FoyeVillanova .752
Total Rebounds
1. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 294
2. Josh BooneConnecticut 259
3. Charlie VillanuevaConnecticut 257
4. Ryan GomesProvidence 255
5. Craig SmithBoston College 246
6. Chevon TroutmanPittsburgh 232
7. Torin FrancisNotre Dame 227
8. Jared DudleyBoston College 224
9. Chris TaftPittsburgh 218
10. Jeff GreenGeorgetown 212
Assists
1. Marcus WilliamsConnecticut 243
2. Chris ThomasNotre Dame 195
3. Carl KrauserPittsburgh 170
4. Gerry McNamaraSyracuse 168
5. Louis HinnantBoston College 134
6. Josh PaceSyracuse 128
7. Donnie McGrathProvidence 115
8. J.D. CollinsWest Virginia 114
9. Johannes HerberWest Virginia 110
10. Mike NardiVillanova 107
Steals
1. Randy FoyeVillanova 67
2. Gerry McNamaraSyracuse 63
3. Chris ThomasNotre Dame 60
4. Mike GanseyWest Virginia 57
  Johannes HerberWest Virginia 57
6. Carl KrauserPittsburgh 51
  Josh PaceSyracuse 51
8. Jared DudleyBoston College 49
9. Daryll HillSt. John's (NY) 48
  Cedric JacksonSt. John's (NY) 48
Blocks
1. Josh BooneConnecticut 90
2. Jason FraserVillanova 67
3. D'Or FischerWest Virginia 66
4. Sean WilliamsBoston College 63
5. Randall HankeProvidence 62
6. Rudy GayConnecticut 59
7. Charlie VillanuevaConnecticut 57
8. Jeff GreenGeorgetown 52
9. Chris TaftPittsburgh 50
10. Jordan CornetteNotre Dame 46
Points
1. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 726
2. Ryan GomesProvidence 670
3. Daryll HillSt. John's (NY) 560
4. Gerry McNamaraSyracuse 538
5. Craig SmithBoston College 523
6. Allan RayVillanova 519
7. Randy FoyeVillanova 497
8. Jared DudleyBoston College 495
9. Brandon BowmanGeorgetown 483
10. Carl KrauserPittsburgh 463
Points Per Game
1. Ryan GomesProvidence 21.6
2. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 21.4
3. Daryll HillSt. John's (NY) 20.7
4. Craig SmithBoston College 18.0
5. Jared DudleyBoston College 16.5
6. Allan RayVillanova 16.2
7. Carl KrauserPittsburgh 16.0
8. Gerry McNamaraSyracuse 15.8
9. Randy FoyeVillanova 15.5
10. Curtis SumpterVillanova 15.3
Total Rebounds Per Game
1. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 8.6
2. Craig SmithBoston College 8.5
3. Josh BooneConnecticut 8.4
4. Charlie VillanuevaConnecticut 8.3
5. Ryan GomesProvidence 8.2
6. Chevon TroutmanPittsburgh 8.0
7. Torin FrancisNotre Dame 7.8
8. Lamont HamiltonSt. John's (NY) 7.5
9. Chris TaftPittsburgh 7.5
10. Jared DudleyBoston College 7.5
Assists Per Game
1. Marcus WilliamsConnecticut 7.8
2. Chris ThomasNotre Dame 6.7
3. Carl KrauserPittsburgh 5.9
4. Gerry McNamaraSyracuse 4.9
5. Louis HinnantBoston College 4.8
6. Eugene LawrenceSt. John's (NY) 3.9
7. Donnie McGrathProvidence 3.8
8. Josh PaceSyracuse 3.8
9. Mike NardiVillanova 3.6
10. Daryll HillSt. John's (NY) 3.5
Steals Per Game
1. Randy FoyeVillanova 2.1
2. Chris ThomasNotre Dame 2.1
3. Gerry McNamaraSyracuse 1.9
4. Daryll HillSt. John's (NY) 1.8
  Cedric JacksonSt. John's (NY) 1.8
6. J.R. MorrisSeton Hall 1.8
7. Carl KrauserPittsburgh 1.8
8. Eugene LawrenceSt. John's (NY) 1.7
9. Jared DudleyBoston College 1.6
10. Johannes HerberWest Virginia 1.6
  Mike GanseyWest Virginia 1.6
Blocks Per Game
1. Josh BooneConnecticut 2.9
2. Jason FraserVillanova 2.4
3. Sean WilliamsBoston College 2.3
4. Randall HankeProvidence 2.1
5. D'Or FischerWest Virginia 1.9
6. Rudy GayConnecticut 1.9
7. Charlie VillanuevaConnecticut 1.8
8. Chris TaftPittsburgh 1.7
9. Jeff GreenGeorgetown 1.6
10. Jordan CornetteNotre Dame 1.6
Effective Field Goal Percentage
1. Chris TaftPittsburgh .580
2. Brandon BowmanGeorgetown .580
3. Chevon TroutmanPittsburgh .577
4. Hakim WarrickSyracuse .557
5. Ryan GomesProvidence .548
6. Jared DudleyBoston College .533
7. Charlie VillanuevaConnecticut .531
8. Curtis SumpterVillanova .529
9. Allan RayVillanova .514
10. Craig SmithBoston College .510
True Shooting Percentage
1. Josh BooneConnecticut .627
2. Chevon TroutmanPittsburgh .618
3. Colin FallsNotre Dame .612
4. Brandon BowmanGeorgetown .605
5. Chris QuinnNotre Dame .597
6. Hakim WarrickSyracuse .596
7. Kevin PittsnogleWest Virginia .595
8. Chris TaftPittsburgh .586
9. Mike GanseyWest Virginia .586
10. Jared DudleyBoston College .585
Offensive Win Shares
1. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 4.5
2. Ryan GomesProvidence 3.7
3. Brandon BowmanGeorgetown 3.6
4. Chevon TroutmanPittsburgh 3.2
5. Jared DudleyBoston College 3.0
6. Josh BooneConnecticut 2.7
7. Jeff GreenGeorgetown 2.7
8. Colin FallsNotre Dame 2.7
9. Curtis SumpterVillanova 2.7
10. Kevin PittsnogleWest Virginia 2.6
Defensive Win Shares
1. Josh BooneConnecticut 3.2
2. Jason FraserVillanova 3.1
3. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 2.9
4. Randy FoyeVillanova 2.9
5. Charlie VillanuevaConnecticut 2.7
6. Will SheridanVillanova 2.7
7. Curtis SumpterVillanova 2.7
8. Craig SmithBoston College 2.6
9. Chris TaftPittsburgh 2.5
10. Sean WilliamsBoston College 2.5
Win Shares
1. Hakim WarrickSyracuse 7.5
2. Josh BooneConnecticut 5.9
3. Chevon TroutmanPittsburgh 5.5
4. Jared DudleyBoston College 5.5
5. Curtis SumpterVillanova 5.3
6. Brandon BowmanGeorgetown 5.1
7. Ryan GomesProvidence 5.0
8. Chris TaftPittsburgh 4.8
9. Charlie VillanuevaConnecticut 4.8
10. Craig SmithBoston College 4.7