USF Men's Basketball Team 2010 NAIA Division
II National Champions
Nice fit. 2010 NAIA National Championship
What a sweet fit for the
University of Saint Francis after the Cougars withstood the
final salvos from 3-point range and the paint to hold off
top-ranked Walsh University 67-66 on Tuesday night at Keeter
Gymnasium on the College of the Ozarks campus. That glass
slipper fits just great after the 15th-ranked Cougars won
this grueling 5-game test of mind over body, mind over
injuries, mind over fatigue, mind over extremely opposition
just as determined to win as you are.
Wear that Cinderella glass slipper well because you
earned it defeating the 18th-ranked team, the 2nd-ranked
team, the 10th-ranked team, the 6th-ranked team and the No.
1 team en route to the NAIA Division II Men's Basketball
National Championship game.
Junior DeJovaun Sawyer-Davis scored 22 points for USF
(28-9) and was named the tournament MVP after scoring 114
points in five games. Junior Ferdinand Morales-Soto earned
the tournament 'Hustle' award. And Sawyer-Davis,
Morales-Soto, Qadr Owens and Matt Edmonds were named to the
Oh yeah, USF coach Jeff Rekeweg was named Rawlings NAIA
Coach of the Year.
Edmonds finished with a tournament high for him, 14
rebounds. Owens scored 11 points and Morales-Soto added 10
points and a team-leading seven rebounds.
'Q' scored what proved to be the winning basket with 39
seconds on an incredible sequence where Sawyer-Davis pushed
the rebound off the Walsh backboard. Owens corralled the
ball and tipped it to Morales-Soto on the right side of the
court near mid-court.
"I just took off on the left side yellin' Ferdie, Ferdie,
Ferdie, and he turned around and hit me with a good pass,
and I just laid it up," and in, Owens recalled. "I didn't
even think about what happened or missin'. We didn't want to
lose comin' this far."
Morales-Soto had a chance to open up a hair of breathing
room with a 1-and-1 free-throw opportunity at 14 seconds,
but he left the first shot short. Brandon Speck missed a
shot and Sawyer-Davis secured the rebound. With 1.5 seconds
left, he missed the front of the bonus opportunity and
Austin Leisure fouled the Walsh rebounder. The Cavaliers
were not in the bonus, so they took the ball out of bounds.
After each team called a timeout, Walsh appeared ready to
try the play that got them the game-winning shot on Monday
night against Bellevue (Neb.)
"With the good coachin' staff we've got, they recognized
what they were gonna do on that last play, and I saw they
were gonna try to pass it to Ricky (Jackson), so I left my
man, grabbed it with one hand, but lost it as Ricky pulled
me down. Matt grabbed it and took off and time expired. I
just fell and gave God all the praise. It hasn't sunk in
Story by Bill Scott, USF Sports Information Director
Photo courtesy Brian Beard
Welcome Home Pep Rally for NAIA National
What better day to celebrate the University of Saint Francis
Cougars' NAIA Division II National Championship than on St.
The 2010 NAIA Champions returned home on
Wednesday, March 17 to a loud and rowdy crowd of nearly
1,000 friends, fans, parents, grandparents, USF alumni, USF
administrators and support staff, and friends of USF
athletics. The Cougars bus, which was decorated with the
names of the players and coaching staff by member of head
Rekeweg's family, was escorted from I-69 by
three Allen County Sheriff patrol cars and a
pumper truck from the fire station on the corner
of Spring and Lindenwood.
"I was completely in
shock," USF junior guard Austin Leisure said
with a grin. "Unreal. I was thinkin' 'a police
escort all the way to school?"
"I didn't know there would be that many
people here," DeJovaun Sawyer-Davis said. "I'm
just surprised so many people showed up."
USF Assistant Athletic director, Mike
McCaffrey did the intros for each player and
after the team received words of praise from USF
president Sister M. Elise Kriss and Director of
Athletics Mark Pope, it was Rekeweg's turn at
"There are so many to thank from Sister Elise
and the entire USF administration to my wife and
children, to all of the support staff who work
our home games, to the Fort Wayne community and
the northeastern Indiana region, my assistant
coaches and the Houligans (a group of student
fans who cheer for the Cougars at a fever
pitch), we say thanks for your support and we
share this with you, " Rekeweg said. "This is
"This was great, just awesome, a
real surprise," Ferdie Morales-Soto
said with a smile.
photos of the Pep Rally can be found
USF Men's Basketball Banquet on Sunday, April
USF Football Spring Blue and White game on
Sunday, April 18
The University of Saint Francis Spring Football game is on Sunday,
April 18 located at Bishop John M. Darcy Stadium.
Game time is 1 p.m. Gates open at noon. Tickets for the game are $10 per
To purchase tickets
go to Tom Jehl Football Complex anytime between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
For additional information, please contact the Athletic Office at
2nd Annual Formula
for Life 5K Run/Walk
The University of Saint Francis community will host the
2nd Annual Formula for Life, a 5K Run/Walk
and Silent Auction, on Sunday, April 18, at the
North Campus Auditorium, 2702 Spring Street. The
race and silent auction will begin at 1 p.m.
Complementary lunch for participants.
The race entry fees ($12 per person) and silent auction
proceeds will help feed malnourished Haitian babies.
For more information, contact Dr. Amy Obringer,
260-399-7700 ext. 8210. Download the
race registration form
here and return to University of Saint Francis,
Attn: Dr. Amy Obringer, 2701 Spring Street, Fort Wayne,
Fort Wayne Alumni Networking Events
TinCaps Baseball game
|The university is planning to sponsor a future Fort Wayne Alumni
Networking event on Saturday, June 5, 2010 at the Fort Wayne
TinCaps Parkview Field. We will have one section of seating
reserved for us. Game time is 7:05 p.m., and the ticket price is $7 per
person (ages 2 and up).
Entertainment scheduled is BirdZerk and fireworks after the game. Don't
leave your seat between the 6th and 7th inning! You might miss a TinCaps
fan favorite, the Bad Apple Dancers! Go to
www.tincaps.com and check out past
Join us as the USF men's basketball head coach Jeff Rekeweg and his
NAIA National Championship team throw out the first pitch.
Click here to download the order form.
Indianapolis Alumni Networking Events
Catch the baseball fever and join us for a
fun-filled evening at the University of Saint Francis Indianapolis
Alumni Family Event on Saturday, June 26, 2010 at the
Indianapolis Indians Victory Field. Game time is set for 7 p.m. The
ticket price for the evening is $8 per person (ages 2 and up).
Contact the Alumni Office at (260) 399-7700 ext.
6411 or email
to reserve your tickets today! Deadline for reserving tickets is
Monday, June 21, 2010. After this deadline, tickets will
need to be purchased with the Indians Box Office at full price.
Click here to download the order form.
Baskets Delivered to SCAN
Every year the Northeast Indiana Alumni Directors deliver Easter baskets
to children who might otherwise not experience the joy of finding a
basket on Easter morning. This year the group, which consists of USF,
IPFW, Ivy Tech Community College, Trine, Huntington, Manchester, Grace,
and Indiana Wesleyan collected 2,000 Easter baskets and delivered
them to SCAN (Stop Child Abuse and Neglect) on March 30.
HUGE thank you to those who participated and made donations! We made a
difference in the lives of these children!
USF Jazz Ensemble and Guitar Ensemble spring
The Jazz Ensemble and Guitar Ensemble of the University of
Saint Francis will perform a spring concert on Friday, April 9
at 7 p.m. at the North Campus Auditorium, 2702 Spring
Upbeat music and many surprises are planned for this
performance of two excellent instrumental organizations. The Jazz Ensemble is
under the direction of Bob Mayer, USF Director of Bands. The Guitar Ensemble is
under the direction of Dr. Dan Quinn.
The concert is free and open to the public. For more
information, please call 260-399-7700, ext. 8023.
34th Annual USF Student Art Exhibit
The School of Creative Arts will host the opening of the
34th Annual Student Art Exhibit and SOCA Student Awards Ceremony on Saturday,
April 10 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Mimi and Ian Rolland Center at the
University of Saint Francis.
This exhibition will display artwork and feature musical
performances by students studying in the School of Creative Arts. Nearly 500
pieces will be exhibited throughout the university galleries, specifically the
Weatherhead, Goldfish and Lupke Galleries. Performances by the University Jazz
Ensemble will take place in the North Campus Auditorium (2702 Spring Street).
During the opening, a ceremony will honor the very best
student artists represented in the exhibition as well as award scholarships to
specific students for high achievement in the arts. The award presentation will
begin at 7:30 p.m. in the North Campus Auditorium.
The exhibition will run through April 30. Gallery hours are
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and
Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m.
For more information, please call 260-399-7700, ext. 8001.
Annual Community Electronics Recycling Event at USF
The University of
Saint Francis invites you to recycle your outdated or broken electronics at
North Campus, 2702 Spring Street, on Saturday, April 10 from 9 a.m. until noon.
Help protect our earth by keeping these materials out of landfills.
In recognition of
Earth Day and the university's Franciscan value to "respect Creation," the
Community Electronics Recycling event is sponsored by USF's Green Campus
Committee in partnership with Ace Recycling and Action Environmental, both Fort
Wayne based companies that are certified, licensed and insured for e-waste
Accepted items for
recycling include personal computers, monitors, keyboards, laptops, cables,
computer printers, desktop fax machines, desktop fax machines, desktop scanners,
desktop copiers, surge protectors, microwaves, cell phones, VHS players, DVD
players, and stereo equipment (no TV's or appliances).
Some items may be
upgraded and given to needy families, schools or churches; some items may be
remanufactured; others may be disassembled with components reclaimed or
Herber at 260-399-7700 ext. 8134 with questions.
Ceramics Continuing Education Classes
Available Through USF
The School of Creative Arts at the University of Saint
Francis will offer two continuing education ceramics classes, "Beginning
Ceramics" and "Advanced Ceramics," each Sunday from April 11 through May 23, 1
to 3 p.m., in the Rolland Art Center off Leesburg Road. Cost for each class is
$160 which includes supplies and instruction. Tools will be available for
The classes will be taught by Joseph VanZandt, a working potter since
1994. He holds a BFA degree from Penn State and an MFA from Indiana University. VanZandt
has taught ceramics at the University of Saint Francis, Indiana University,
Herron School of Art, Interlochen Center for the Arts, and South Side High
School. He has also designed pottery for Bill Campbell Studios.
For more information or a registration form, please contact
the School of Creative Arts at
USF Student Nurses Association hosts Blood
The University of Saint Francis Student Nurses Association
will host a blood drive with the local American Red Cross organization on
Thursday, April 15.
The blood drive will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
the North Campus gymnasium, 2702 Spring Street. The public is welcome, but an
appointment is necessary.
For more information or to make an appointment to donate,
contact Rene DePew at 260-399-7700 ext. 8512 or
University of Saint Francis Health Fair
The health issues you want to know about are at the
University of Saint Francis' Health Fair on Wednesday, April 28, 2010 from 9
a.m. to 12 noon in the Doermer Health Sciences building. Students from the
university's Physical Therapist Assistant studies program will be manning the
different booths relating to various hot topics relating to today's health.
Topics include: "How to Find Shoe Love," "Mythbusters," "Focus on Wellness," "WiiFit
Active," and "Is Autism on the Rise?" Information on these topics will be
available at the booth and students will be available to answer questions.
USF Spring Athletics
||Thanks to the pitching of two freshmen and the timely hitting of a
senior, University of Saint Francis baseball Head Coach, Greg Roberts
100th career win on February 20, 2010
http://www.sf.edu/sf/athletics to view other USF baseball news and
|Head Coach Ryan Bolyn (BLS '03), in his sixth season at the helm of
the cougar softball program, provides the USF program with a stable
presence in the dugout and a committed figure off the field.
to view other USF softball news and schedule.
||Sarah Thrall enters her fifth season at the helm of the USF cross
country and track and field programs.
to view USF Track and Field spring outdoors schedule.
and Field Results
University of Saint Francis junior Jean Marqueling did it again and
in the process made history again on March 5 becoming the first USF
female to earn NAIA All-American status twice.
The Bishop Dwenger graduate used a USF record distance to vault
into third in the weight throw at the NAIA Indoor Track & Field
Championships on March 5. She hurled the weight 17.27 meters,
56-feet, 8-inches breaking the record she set at the national indoor
meet in 2009. Marqueling did it on the second of three throws in the
finals. She entered the competition with the 13th best throw this
season of 52-1 Ύ (15.89m).
"I just wanted to go as fast as I could and break my PR (personal
record)," Marqueling said thinking back to her USF record toss. "It
felt pretty good when I let it go. You just kinda have a feeling and
I thought 'Oh, finally!' I just wasn't connecting earlier. I was
technical on the record throw."
In 2009 she earned USF's first female All-American status with a
throw of 17.15 meters (56-feet, 3 Ό inches.).
Marqueling entered the 2009 competition as the No. 3 seed with a
season best and USF record 16.95 meters. She finished 23rd with a
best of 13.21 meters in 2008 as the only freshman in the field.
On the men's side, USF junior Nick Adams finished 12th in the
men's weight throw with an effort of 55-feet, 7 inches (16.94m).
|Chad LaCross is in his fifth year as head men's and
women's golf coach at USF.
The University of Saint Francis women's golf team is
currently ranked #28 in the preseason poll that released on
December 4, 2009. USF finished the 2009 fall season with an
overall head-to-head record of 36-15. The Cougars
traveled to Villa Rica, GA to compete in West Georgia
University's tournament on March 22 and 23, 2010.
http://www.sf.edu/sf/athletics to view USF women's and
men's golf schedules and results.
Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement Saturday,
May 1, 2010
Baccalaureate Mass will be at 9:30 a.m. at the
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 1122 South
Clinton, Fort Wayne. Graduates and their families and
friends of all traditions are warmly welcomed and
encouraged to attend this meaningful service.
Commencement Exercises will be at 2:00 p.m., at the
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Main Arena, in Fort
Wayne. Coliseum parking is $4.00 per car. No admission
tickets are needed and plentiful seating is available
for all who wish to attend.
Basketball Camps Run by Men's Head Coach Jeff Rekeweg
Download the 2010 Basketball camp brochure
When: June 14 - June 17
Time: 9:00 a.m. 12 noon
Where: University of Saint Francis
Who: Boys and Girls entering
grades 4 9
A camp that is very similar to the
Fundamental boarding camp above. Campers will
learn both offensive and defensive skills
through stations and various contests. Campers
will be introduced to goal setting and learn how
to work as a team.
When: June 14 - June 17
Time: 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.
Where: University of Saint Francis
Who: Boys and Girls entering grades 7 12
An intense, fundamental camp, that will focus
on every aspect of shooting fundamentals
including; technique, form, footwork, and mental
focus. Every camper will have a video analysis
of his/her shooting form along with a personal
evaluation by coach Rekeweg. (Please bring a VHS
tape labeled with the camper's name on the spine.)
July 12 July 16
Time: 9:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m.
Where: University of Saint Francis
Who: Boys and Girls entering grades 4 9
Camp ends Friday at noon.
Cost: $260 for boarding--3 meals day, $200
for commuters--2 meals day
A camp with a curriculum designed for the
grade school or junior high player wanting to
develop a wide variety of skills and have fun in
individual and team games. Campers are grouped
by age and ability for instruction and
competition with awards for each level. An ideal
camp for the first-time camper, yet challenging
for the experienced player.
and Kicking Camp
Sat., June 12, 2010
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
What to Bring: Bring kicking shoes and three footballs.
Come prepared to participate!
For additional information please contact the football
260-399-7700 ext. 6200.
Academy--Fort Wayne Challenge Camps
High School - July 19-23, 2010 and
U9-U14 - July 26-30, 2010
School - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm and
U9-U14 5:30-8:30 pm.
Location: University of St. Francis
Includes: 15 hours of instruction, top class staff
of college coaches, use of USF soccer facilities, one pair
of Uhlsport gloves, IGA Uhlsport t-shirt, Uhlsport water
bottle, and ongoing consultation.
Camp Format: All training will take
place outdoors at University of Saint Francis and all sessions
will be lead by IGA Director Miles Glynn who will be
supported by other college goalkeeper coaches. Training
sessions will be fun, fast paced, and will present
appropriate challenges for all levels of goalkeepers.
Players will be assigned to groups based on age and ability.
Each training day will consist of three hours of training to
address the physical, psychological, technical, and tactical
demands of the position. All training is directly related to
Registration & Info at
www.igasoccer.com - IGA Director Miles
Camp Director: Miles Glynn is the
founder and director of Indiana Goalkeeper Academy. Coach
Glynn played at Mount St. Clare College (now Ashford
University) in Iowa and now resides in Indianapolis, IN. In
addition to directing IGA, Coach Glynn has served in the
following roles: Indiana ODP Head Goalkeeper Coach, Butler
University Men's Goalkeeper Coach (NCAA Division 1), IUPUI
Women's Goalkeeper Coach (NCAA Division 1), Anderson
University Men's & Women's Assistant Coach, ODP Region II
Girls Goalkeeping Staff Coach, Director of Goalkeeping: FC
Pride Soccer Club, Noblesville United Soccer Club,
Indianapolis Premier Soccer Club, Indiana Youth Soccer Youth
Module Coaching Education Instructor. Coach Glynn holds the
USSF National C License, USSF National Goalkeeping License,
USSF National Youth License, NSCAA Goalkeeping Level II
Diploma, and is Red Cross CPR Certified.
|Private Stunt Clinics from the Cougar Cheer Team
Stunt Clinics are offered on an individual and team basis throughout the
year. University of Saint Francis coaches and cheerleaders instruct the
camps and clinics. Camps can and will be customized to your individual
needs. We offer instruction in fundamentals, technique, jumps, and
stunting. All camps can be scheduled around your schedule at your
For more information on Cougar Cheer Camps, to register, or
to inquire about special pricing, please contact
Cougar Spirit Office or call (260) 399-7700 ext 6210
Monday through Thursday
7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
12 p.m. to 10 p.m.
"Brookside Memories" Booklets, 3rd Edition
Now Available for Purchase
|The latest edition of the "Bass Mansion Memories" (now
referred to as Brookside, the original name given to the Mansion by the
Bass family) is available to purchase for $5.00. Proceeds will go toward
enhancing our "Christmas at USF" activities. This third edition now
contains 50 stories written by people who have wonderful memories of the
Bass Mansion. In order to expand the booklet for 2010, we need your
story to be included. As an alumnus of USF, as a faculty or staff
member, as a student, as a neighbor, please send your story to Sister
Marilyn Oliver at email@example.com.
You will receive your own copy when your story is included. If you wish
to purchase a 2009 edition, please email Sister Marilyn or mail to:
Sister Marilyn Oliver, 2701 Spring Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46808.
Mark Your Calendar
USF Day at the
will be held on
Saturday, September 11 2010
Friday and Saturday October
and 2, 2010
Photos from Alumni Events
There are many photos from Zoo Day, Homecoming weekend,
Christmas at USF, and the December Networking event posted on the Alumni
website. Click on this link
http://www.sf.edu/alumni/ to view the photos. Enjoy!
Show Your School
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News and Notes
Krieger (BLS 57)
finished her seventeenth book Battlesong, a sequel to the novel
Heartsong and will be released in August of 2010.
Knisley (DP 63)
Rodney on November 14, 2009. They went to their high school prom together in
1959 and found each other on classmates.com. They began writing to each other
and the rest is history.
Shuster (BBA 79)
cast as the title character in an independent film, Baine. This
horror/thriller is scheduled to be shot this spring in St. Petersburg, Florida
and is scheduled for release in late 2010/early 2011.
Detwiler (BSN 92)
was married on October 31, 2009 to Shawn Detwiler.
(Hines) Mobley (BA 01)
recently been hired as a production manager for Asher Agency. She is vice
president of programs for the American Advertising Federation and the Addys
Chair Elect for 2011.
(Richardson) Middleton (BBA 02, MBA 05)
currently working as an executive recruiter for WestPoint Financial Group.
||James Bettcher (BBA 03) recently was named
the defensive ends coach for the Ball State University football team.
Bettcher came to Ball State after spending
from 2007-09 as a defensive graduate assistant at North Carolina. For
the Tar Heels, he helped coach the linebackers, defensive ends and
special teams, while assisting with recruiting in Ohio, Indiana and
North Carolina. Prior to North Carolina, Bettcher was a defensive
graduate assistant at Bowling Green in 2006, where he helped with the
secondary and special teams plus helped recruit Ohio and Indiana. A
three-time NAIA All-American Scholar and three-time Mid-States Football
Association Scholar at St. Francis, Bettcher was a two-time NAIA Coach's
All-American and a two-time Don Hansen's All-American. He earned
all-conference honors three times and received the St. Francis Helmet
Award in 2002. In addition, Bettcher placed second in the shot put at
the 2001 NAIA Championships and was a three-time track All-American.
After his college graduation, Bettcher spent the 2003-05 seasons on the
staff at Saint Francis, where he also spent time on the strength and
conditioning staff and was the head track coach in 2003 and 2004.
USF Junior, Danielle Collins Honored for
Father Tom O'Connor Light of Christ Award committee honored
University of Saint Francis student Danielle Theresa Collins
as the 2010 winner at a ceremony on Friday, March 26, at St.
Mary Catholic Church in downtown Fort Wayne. Collins
received the award from Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades and St. Mary
Pastor Fr. Philip A. Widmann.
Created by St. Mary Catholic Church in cooperation with
the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, the award honors
individuals whose activities exemplify the type of servant
leadership for which Fr. Tom O'Connor was known during his
years as a priest in Fort Wayne. The award carries with it a
monetary gift to the winners charity or project of choice.
Collins was singled out by the committee from a field of
six finalists because of her work as a campus and community
leader in service to those in need.
Following the example of Fr. O'Connor, the committee
believes that Danielle's efforts on behalf of the hungry and
homeless are works of justice, and that her participation in
the national Compassionate Friends organization for persons
who have lost siblings and children helps them to achieve
some measure of peace. Danielle serves on the Mission and
Values Committee at the University of Saint Francis and is a
member of the peer ministry team. She organized the 2008
Trick-or-Treat drive for canned goods to support USF Feeds
the Fort and arranged for volunteers to help with the Saint
Francis Habitat-for-Humanity home project in the fall of
Since arriving as a freshman at Saint Francis she has
served on the Steering Committee for the Center for Service
Engagement, a group that works to engage students, staff and
faculty in opportunities for leadership and service to one
another, society and the Church. Danielle also is a part of
Indiana Campus Compact, a group that seeks to provide the
leaders of tomorrow with the skills and values they need to
be involved citizens, members of local communities and
makers of change. According to the ICC website, "ICC
supports the integration of service-learning and civic
engagement into Indiana campuses statewide by working with
Presidents and Chancellors, Provosts, Deans, faculty and
staff members who ignite the passion for service in
Danielle is a life-long Roman Catholic whose faith both
challenges her to lead efforts in the service of others and
sustains her as she does so. She is a fine example of the
next generation of servant leaders, or, in Bishop John
D'Arcy's words, "the next generation of Father Toms."
Compliments of the journalgazette.net for the article.
|We have added the "Love Connections" section to the E-Newsletter and
are always looking for more stories. We would like to collect stories of
USF Alumni who married USF Alumni. We would publish them in the
E-newsletter and the Mirror Magazine. If you would like to
submit a story, please email Jessica (Meyer) Swinford '98, Assistant
Alumni Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or mail to: 2701 Spring Street, Attn: Jessica Swinford, Fort Wayne, IN
46808. We look forward to reading your stories and sharing them with the
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