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2007-08 Big East Conference Season Summary

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Record: 315-217, .592 W-L% (5th of 32) (Schedule and Results)
*Record does not reflect forfeits or vacated games.
SRS: 10.89 (4th of 32) ▪ SOS: 7.45 (3rd of 32)

Regular Season Champion: Georgetown
Tournament Champion: Pittsburgh

NCAA Tournament: 8 (Connecticut, Georgetown, Louisville, Marquette, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Villanova and West Virginia)

Ranked in Preseason AP Poll:(Georgetown, Louisville, Marquette and Pittsburgh)
Ranked in Final AP Poll:(Connecticut, Georgetown, Louisville, Marquette, Notre Dame and Pittsburgh)

Standings

Conference Overall PTS/G SRS
Rk School W L W-L% W L W-L% Own Opp SRS SOS
1 GeorgetownR 15 3 .833 28 6 .824 69.6 58.1 18.7 7.2
2 Louisville 14 4 .778 27 9 .750 72.5 61.5 19.0 8.0
3 Notre Dame 14 4 .778 25 8 .758 79.1 70.0 16.2 7.0
4 Connecticut 13 5 .722 24 9 .727 77.5 68.7 15.5 6.8
5 West Virginia 11 7 .611 26 11 .703 74.7 63.9 18.0 7.2
6 Marquette 11 7 .611 25 10 .714 76.6 66.1 18.6 8.1
7 PittsburghT 10 8 .556 27 10 .730 73.0 65.2 15.6 7.8
8 Villanova 9 9 .500 22 13 .629 72.8 69.5 11.0 7.7
9 Syracuse  9 9 .500 21 14 .600 79.0 74.3 12.6 8.0
10 Cincinnati  8 10 .444 13 19 .406 64.5 68.1 4.9 8.5
11 Seton Hall  7 11 .389 17 15 .531 76.6 77.3 4.8 5.5
12 Providence  6 12 .333 15 16 .484 72.7 72.2 8.4 7.9
13 DePaul  6 12 .333 11 19 .367 71.9 76.3 4.3 8.7
14 St. John's (NY)  5 13 .278 11 19 .367 62.1 66.5 2.9 7.3
15 South Florida  3 15 .167 12 19 .387 68.2 69.6 5.2 6.6
15 Rutgers  3 15 .167 11 20 .355 61.1 69.8 -1.6 7.1

AP Poll Summary

School Pre 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/3 12/10 12/17 12/24 12/31 1/7 1/14 1/21 1/28 2/4 2/11 2/18 2/25 3/3 3/10 Final
Georgetown 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 8 7 7 5 9 6 6 8 12 11 11 9 8
Louisville 6 6 6 12 14 22                 23 18 13 12 13 13
Notre Dame                           22 20 21 17 19 14 15
Connecticut                           19 17 13 15 13 15 16
Pittsburgh 22 19 17 14 12 11 11 6 13 20 15 13 18 21 22         17
Marquette 11 10 11 13 11 10 10 12 10 15 13 21 17 16   25 21 21 25 25
Syracuse     21                                  
Villanova   24 20   25 23 20 18 17 19 25 18                
West Virginia             24 23                        

Conference Tournament

Quarterfinal
March 13 2008
Pittsburgh76
Louisville (bye)69
Marquette89
Notre Dame (bye)79
Georgetown (bye)82
Villanova63
Semifinal
March 14 2008
Final
March 15 2008

NCAA Tournament

First Round
Connecticut lost (70-69) versus San Diego (West Regional)
Georgetown won (66-47) versus Maryland-Baltimore County (Midwest Regional)
Louisville won (79-61) versus Boise State (East Regional)
Marquette won (74-66) versus Kentucky (South Regional)
Notre Dame won (68-50) versus George Mason (East Regional)
Pittsburgh won (82-63) versus Oral Roberts (South Regional)
Villanova won (75-69) versus Clemson (Midwest Regional)
West Virginia won (75-65) versus Arizona (West Regional)

Second Round
Georgetown lost (74-70) versus Davidson (Midwest Regional)
Louisville won (78-48) versus Oklahoma (East Regional)
Marquette lost (82-81) versus Stanford (South Regional)
Notre Dame lost (61-41) versus Washington State (East Regional)
Pittsburgh lost (65-54) versus Michigan State (South Regional)
Villanova won (84-72) versus Siena (Midwest Regional)
West Virginia won (73-67) versus Duke (West Regional)

Regional Semifinal
Louisville won (79-60) versus Tennessee (East Regional)
Villanova lost (72-57) versus Kansas (Midwest Regional)
West Virginia lost (79-75) versus Xavier (West Regional)

Regional Final
Louisville lost (83-73) versus North Carolina (East Regional)

Conference Leaders

Minimum Stat Requirements ▪ Stats include all games played
Games
1. Tyrell BiggsPittsburgh 37
  Alex RuoffWest Virginia 37
  Darris NicholsWest Virginia 37
  Joe MazzullaWest Virginia 37
  Keith BenjaminPittsburgh 37
  Ronald RamonPittsburgh 37
  Wellington SmithWest Virginia 37
  DeJuan BlairPittsburgh 37
  Jamie SmalliganWest Virginia 37
  Sam YoungPittsburgh 37
  Gilbert BrownPittsburgh 37
  Da'Sean ButlerWest Virginia 37
Field Goals
1. Luke HarangodyNotre Dame 259
2. Sam YoungPittsburgh 254
3. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 219
4. Brian LaingSeton Hall 218
  Donte GreeneSyracuse 218
6. Jerel McNealMarquette 198
7. Jonny FlynnSyracuse 191
8. Da'Sean ButlerWest Virginia 186
  Arinze OnuakuSyracuse 186
10. Kentrell GransberrySouth Fla. 183
Field Goal Attempts
1. Donte GreeneSyracuse 521
2. Luke HarangodyNotre Dame 518
3. Sam YoungPittsburgh 505
4. Brian LaingSeton Hall 479
5. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 474
6. Jerel McNealMarquette 434
7. Draelon BurnsDePaul 430
8. Jonny FlynnSyracuse 416
9. Deonta VaughnCincinnati 408
10. Dominic JamesMarquette 399
Field Goal Percentage
1. Arinze OnuakuSyracuse .628
2. Roy HibbertGeorgetown .609
3. Kentrell GransberrySouth Fla. .518
4. Sam YoungPittsburgh .503
5. Jeff AdrienConnecticut .501
6. Luke HarangodyNotre Dame .500
7. Da'Sean ButlerWest Virginia .495
8. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia .462
9. Dominique JonesSouth Fla. .460
10. Jonny FlynnSyracuse .459
2-Point Field Goals
1. Luke HarangodyNotre Dame 256
2. Sam YoungPittsburgh 210
3. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 208
4. Arinze OnuakuSyracuse 186
5. Kentrell GransberrySouth Fla. 183
6. Brian LaingSeton Hall 181
7. Roy HibbertGeorgetown 176
8. Jeff AdrienConnecticut 171
9. DeJuan BlairPittsburgh 168
10. Jerel McNealMarquette 163
2-Point Field Goal Attempts
1. Luke HarangodyNotre Dame 509
2. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 433
3. Sam YoungPittsburgh 390
4. Brian LaingSeton Hall 380
5. Kentrell GransberrySouth Fla. 353
6. Jeff AdrienConnecticut 341
7. Jerel McNealMarquette 319
8. DeJuan BlairPittsburgh 313
9. Paul HarrisSyracuse 309
10. Arinze OnuakuSyracuse 296
2-Point Field Goal Percentage
1. Randall HankeProvidence .633
2. Arinze OnuakuSyracuse .628
3. John GarciaSeton Hall .618
4. Roy HibbertGeorgetown .605
5. Hasheem ThabeetConnecticut .603
6. Derrick CaracterLouisville .550
7. Dante CunninghamVillanova .544
8. Earl ClarkLouisville .544
9. Sam YoungPittsburgh .538
10. Dar TuckerDePaul .538
3-Point Field Goals
1. Kyle McAlarneyNotre Dame 108
2. Alex RuoffWest Virginia 98
3. Deonta VaughnCincinnati 97
4. Donte GreeneSyracuse 90
5. Scottie ReynoldsVillanova 79
6. Jeremy HazellSeton Hall 78
7. Jeff XavierProvidence 76
8. Jonathan WallaceGeorgetown 71
9. Jamar NutterSeton Hall 69
10. Jerry SmithLouisville 68
3-Point Field Goal Attempts
1. Donte GreeneSyracuse 261
2. Kyle McAlarneyNotre Dame 245
3. Deonta VaughnCincinnati 244
4. Alex RuoffWest Virginia 239
5. Jeremy HazellSeton Hall 234
6. Jeff XavierProvidence 209
7. Scottie ReynoldsVillanova 206
8. Draelon BurnsDePaul 182
9. Ronald RamonPittsburgh 180
10. Jerry SmithLouisville 177
  Jamar NutterSeton Hall 177
3-Point Field Goal Percentage
1. Kyle McAlarneyNotre Dame .441
2. Alex RuoffWest Virginia .410
3. Deonta VaughnCincinnati .398
4. Donte GreeneSyracuse .345
Free Throws
1. Paul HarrisSyracuse 173
2. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 158
3. Luke HarangodyNotre Dame 151
4. Scottie ReynoldsVillanova 148
5. Jeff AdrienConnecticut 141
6. Eugene HarveySeton Hall 140
7. Wesley MatthewsMarquette 132
8. Dominique JonesSouth Fla. 123
9. Brian LaingSeton Hall 122
  Rob KurzNotre Dame 122
Free Throw Attempts
1. Paul HarrisSyracuse 237
2. Jeff AdrienConnecticut 229
3. Kentrell GransberrySouth Fla. 220
4. Luke HarangodyNotre Dame 198
5. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 194
6. Eugene HarveySeton Hall 192
7. Scottie ReynoldsVillanova 190
8. Hasheem ThabeetConnecticut 169
9. Sam YoungPittsburgh 168
10. Wesley MatthewsMarquette 167
Free Throw Percentage
1. Rob KurzNotre Dame .853
2. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia .814
3. Draelon BurnsDePaul .809
4. Brian LaingSeton Hall .803
5. Wesley MatthewsMarquette .790
6. Deonta VaughnCincinnati .789
7. Scottie ReynoldsVillanova .779
8. Jonny FlynnSyracuse .775
9. Lazar HaywardMarquette .773
10. Anthony FarmerRutgers .766
Total Rebounds
1. Luke HarangodyNotre Dame 351
2. DeJuan BlairPittsburgh 337
3. Kentrell GransberrySouth Fla. 325
4. Jeff AdrienConnecticut 302
5. Paul HarrisSyracuse 286
6. Earl ClarkLouisville 285
7. Arinze OnuakuSyracuse 284
8. Hasheem ThabeetConnecticut 260
  Terrence WilliamsLouisville 260
10. Mac KoshwalDePaul 251
  Donte GreeneSyracuse 251
Assists
1. Tory JacksonNotre Dame 193
2. A.J. PriceConnecticut 192
3. Jonny FlynnSyracuse 185
4. Terrence WilliamsLouisville 162
5. Eugene HarveySeton Hall 156
6. Dominic JamesMarquette 154
7. Geoff McDermottProvidence 151
8. Chris HowardSouth Fla. 150
9. Deonta VaughnCincinnati 133
  Ronald RamonPittsburgh 133
  Levance FieldsPittsburgh 133
Steals
1. Jerel McNealMarquette 76
2. Jeff XavierProvidence 70
3. Jerry SmithLouisville 62
  DeJuan BlairPittsburgh 62
  Dominic JamesMarquette 62
  Eugene HarveySeton Hall 62
7. Paul HarrisSyracuse 59
8. Tory JacksonNotre Dame 58
9. Alex RuoffWest Virginia 57
10. Jonny FlynnSyracuse 53
Blocks
1. Hasheem ThabeetConnecticut 147
2. Hamady N'DiayeRutgers 93
3. Roy HibbertGeorgetown 75
4. Wellington SmithWest Virginia 60
5. Earl ClarkLouisville 59
6. Donte GreeneSyracuse 57
7. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 54
8. John GarciaSeton Hall 52
9. Rob KurzNotre Dame 48
10. Arinze OnuakuSyracuse 47
Turnovers
1. Eugene HarveySeton Hall 118
2. Paul HarrisSyracuse 117
3. Geoff McDermottProvidence 111
4. Scottie ReynoldsVillanova 107
5. Terrence WilliamsLouisville 105
6. Tory JacksonNotre Dame 104
7. Deonta VaughnCincinnati 101
8. Jerel McNealMarquette 98
9. Jonny FlynnSyracuse 95
10. Donte GreeneSyracuse 91
Points
1. Luke HarangodyNotre Dame 672
2. Sam YoungPittsburgh 668
3. Donte GreeneSyracuse 620
4. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 607
5. Brian LaingSeton Hall 595
6. Scottie ReynoldsVillanova 555
7. Deonta VaughnCincinnati 554
8. Jonny FlynnSyracuse 548
9. Dominique JonesSouth Fla. 531
10. Draelon BurnsDePaul 528
Points Per Game
1. Luke HarangodyNotre Dame 20.4
2. Brian LaingSeton Hall 18.6
3. Sam YoungPittsburgh 18.1
4. Donte GreeneSyracuse 17.7
5. Draelon BurnsDePaul 17.6
6. Deonta VaughnCincinnati 17.3
7. Dominique JonesSouth Fla. 17.1
8. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 16.9
9. Kentrell GransberrySouth Fla. 16.0
10. Scottie ReynoldsVillanova 15.9
Total Rebounds Per Game
1. Kentrell GransberrySouth Fla. 10.8
2. Luke HarangodyNotre Dame 10.6
3. Jeff AdrienConnecticut 9.2
4. DeJuan BlairPittsburgh 9.1
5. Mac KoshwalDePaul 8.4
6. Paul HarrisSyracuse 8.2
7. Earl ClarkLouisville 8.1
8. Arinze OnuakuSyracuse 8.1
9. Geoff McDermottProvidence 8.1
10. Hasheem ThabeetConnecticut 7.9
Assists Per Game
1. Tory JacksonNotre Dame 5.8
2. A.J. PriceConnecticut 5.8
3. Jonny FlynnSyracuse 5.3
4. Eugene HarveySeton Hall 4.9
5. Geoff McDermottProvidence 4.9
6. Chris HowardSouth Fla. 4.8
7. Terrence WilliamsLouisville 4.5
8. Dominic JamesMarquette 4.4
9. Deonta VaughnCincinnati 4.2
10. Cliff ClinkscalesDePaul 4.1
Steals Per Game
1. Jeff XavierProvidence 2.3
2. Jerel McNealMarquette 2.2
3. Eugene HarveySeton Hall 1.9
4. Corey ChandlerRutgers 1.8
5. Dominic JamesMarquette 1.8
6. Tory JacksonNotre Dame 1.8
7. Jerry SmithLouisville 1.7
8. Draelon BurnsDePaul 1.7
  Eugene LawrenceSt. John's (NY) 1.7
10. Paul HarrisSyracuse 1.7
Blocks Per Game
1. Hasheem ThabeetConnecticut 4.5
2. Hamady N'DiayeRutgers 3.0
3. Roy HibbertGeorgetown 2.2
4. Earl ClarkLouisville 1.7
5. Donte GreeneSyracuse 1.6
6. John GarciaSeton Hall 1.6
7. Wellington SmithWest Virginia 1.6
8. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 1.5
9. Rob KurzNotre Dame 1.5
10. Kentrell GransberrySouth Fla. 1.4
Effective Field Goal Percentage
1. Arinze OnuakuSyracuse .628
2. Roy HibbertGeorgetown .614
3. Kyle McAlarneyNotre Dame .577
4. Deonta VaughnCincinnati .555
5. Sam YoungPittsburgh .547
6. Da'Sean ButlerWest Virginia .540
7. Dominique JonesSouth Fla. .530
8. Jonny FlynnSyracuse .526
9. Kentrell GransberrySouth Fla. .518
10. Donte GreeneSyracuse .505
True Shooting Percentage
1. Jonathan WallaceGeorgetown .655
2. Alex RuoffWest Virginia .645
3. Hasheem ThabeetConnecticut .642
4. Roy HibbertGeorgetown .626
5. Jerry SmithLouisville .606
6. Kyle McAlarneyNotre Dame .599
7. Arinze OnuakuSyracuse .595
8. Rob KurzNotre Dame .594
9. Deonta VaughnCincinnati .591
10. Brian McKenzieProvidence .583
Turnover Percentage
1. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 12.4
2. Donte GreeneSyracuse 13.5
3. Roy HibbertGeorgetown 13.6
4. Rob KurzNotre Dame 16.4
Offensive Win Shares
1. Alex RuoffWest Virginia 4.1
2. Roy HibbertGeorgetown 3.5
3. Deonta VaughnCincinnati 3.5
4. Sam YoungPittsburgh 3.4
5. Jonathan WallaceGeorgetown 3.3
6. Kyle McAlarneyNotre Dame 2.9
7. Dominique JonesSouth Fla. 2.8
8. Scottie ReynoldsVillanova 2.8
9. David PadgettLouisville 2.6
10. Jerry SmithLouisville 2.6
Defensive Win Shares
1. DeJuan BlairPittsburgh 4.9
2. Earl ClarkLouisville 4.0
3. Sam YoungPittsburgh 3.9
4. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 3.9
5. Terrence WilliamsLouisville 3.6
6. Jerel McNealMarquette 3.3
7. Roy HibbertGeorgetown 3.3
8. Wellington SmithWest Virginia 3.2
9. Hasheem ThabeetConnecticut 3.2
10. Ousmane BarroMarquette 3.1
Win Shares
1. Sam YoungPittsburgh 7.3
2. Roy HibbertGeorgetown 6.8
3. DeJuan BlairPittsburgh 6.8
4. Alex RuoffWest Virginia 6.8
5. Joe AlexanderWest Virginia 6.1
6. Hasheem ThabeetConnecticut 5.7
7. Luke HarangodyNotre Dame 5.5
8. Earl ClarkLouisville 5.3
9. Rob KurzNotre Dame 5.2
10. Lazar HaywardMarquette 5.0