ADMINISTRATIONTHE REV. BERNARD O’CONNOR, OSFSUniversity PresidentDEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICSSTAFF DIRECTORYFather Bernard O'Connor was appointed the thirdPresident of DeSales University in April of 1999,and started his tenure on July 1, 1999.Fr. O'Connor was previously executive vicepresident of the University from 1997 to 1998. Healso served as associate vice president for academicaffairs from 1993 to 1994 and academic dean from1994 to 1997.In 1974, Fr. O'Connor joined the faculty of DeSales University, formerly Allentown College ofSt. Francis de Sales, as an instructor in philosophy.He served as assistant professor of philosophy andchair of the philosophy department from 1980 through 1987, at which time he wasnamed associate professor and chair of the philosophy and theology departments. In1990, he received the Sears Roebuck Foundation Teaching Excellence and CampusLeadership Award.Prior to joining the faculty of DeSales University, he earned his bachelor's andmaster's degrees in philosophy at The Catholic University in 1969 and 1971, respectively. He earned a second master's degree in theology from the DeSales Hall Schoolof Theology in 1974, and in 1986, he completed his doctorate in philosophy from TheCatholic University.In 1982, he was elected to the 15th General Chapter of the Oblates of St. Francisde Sales, Paderborn, Germany. He is the author of "A Dialogue Between Philosophyand Religion: The Perspective of Karl Jaspers." Fr. O'Connor is a member of theAmerican Philosophical Association, the American Catholic Philosophical Association, the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, and has served on the board of directorsfor Lehigh Valley Industrial Park since 2001.SCOTT COVALDirector of AthleticsScott Coval enters his ninth year as DeSales University Director of Athletics. Coval is responsible forthe planning, organization, management and evaluation of DeSales 16-sport men's and women's NCAADivision III intercollegiate athletics program.Coval has been with the University for the last15 years as the head men's basketball coach. Sincejoining the DSU staff, Coval has also served as theschool's coordinator of athletic recruiting, head men'sgolf coach, and as the assistant athletic director.Since taking over the men's basketball program atDeSales, Coval has compiled a 256-144 (.640) recordand has led the team to the post-season 13 of his 15 years including the program'sfirst-ever NCAA Tournament berth in 1995-96.Prior to arriving in Center Valley, Coval was an assistant coach at Lafayette Collegefor five years. He has also been an assistant at Penn State University and the Collegeof William & Mary. A standout player at Whitehall High School, Coval continued hisplaying career at William & Mary, where he was named team captain and MVP hissenior year. He graduated from William & Mary in 1986 with a degree in BusinessManagement.A member of the Lehigh Valley Basketball Hall of Fame, Coval is the director ofthe DeSales University basketball camp and helps with many other camps throughoutthe Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey areas.Coval resides in Orefield, PA, with his wife Kaye and their two daughters, Keeleyand Mia and son, or of AthleticsAssociate Athletic DirectorSports Information DirectorDirector of Athletic DevelopmentFacility ManagerEquipment ManagerDepartment SecretaryAthletic TrainerAthletic TrainerIntramural DirectorHead CustodianAthletic Recruiting CoordinatorScott CovalGracia PerilliBJ SpigelmyerTim Neimanx1351x1218x1228x1384Al WeinerSusan RobertsNan MillerMark WojciechowskiMichele ZabinskiJoe ZaunMatt Hunterx1418x1204x1848x1255x1211x1204x1715Tim NeimanScott CovalMatt HunterAl WeinerAl SenavitisAndrew GeisonGeorge CramptonBill NealAl 8Fred RichterGordon HornigSarah FosdickMary GuarinoRachel TuroscyBill NealGordon HornigMichele n’s Sports CoachesBaseballBasketballAssistant ck & FieldWomen’s Sports CoachesBasketballCross-CountryField HockeySoccerSoftballTennisTrack & FieldVolleyball* - All Extensions can be reached by dialing 610-282-1100Email AddressesScott CovalGeorge CramptonSarah FosdickAndrew GeisonMary GuarinoGordon HornigMatt HunterNan MillerTim NeimanGracia PerilliFred RichterSusan RobertsBJ SpigelmyerRachel TuroscyAl WeinerMark WojciechowskiMichele ZabinskiDSU Sports HotlineDepartment FaxAthletic -1100 x 1803610-282-2279athletics.desales.edu2008-09 DeSales University Men’s Basketball - 1

DeSales UniversityDeSales University is a private, coeducational, mid-size, Catholic university located on a beautiful 400-acrecampus in Center Valley, Pa., just minutes south of the metropolitan Allentown/Bethlehem area, and north ofcharming Bucks County. It is also within an easy drive of Philadelphia, New York and the Jersey shore.The University was established by the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales in the Allentown Diocese in 1964. Themission of DeSales University is to provide men and women with higher quality education according to the philosophy of Christian humanism as developed by Saint Francis de Sales and his spiritual heirs. The University impartsknowledge about and develops talents for personal, familial, and societal living. DeSales University enriches thehuman community and enhances the dignity of the individual through its educational endeavors. In its work, theUniversity fosters a vital and respectful dialogue between Roman Catholic faith and human culture.Today the University enrolls nearly 1,600 full-time day students and an additional 1,050 graduate and part-timeadult students. DeSales offers 35 bachelor’s degrees including eight pre-professional programs, and six graduateprograms. A liberal arts degree from DeSales is also excellent preparation for advanced study in professional fieldssuch as law, medicine and health care, dentistry, or secondary education.The spectrum of majors are offered across nine academic departments, with particular strength in the Performing Arts, Natural and Health Sciences, Business and Education. The business curriculum prepares students forsuccessful careers in areas that range from accounting to sports management. DeSales also offers PennsylvaniaDepartment of Education certification in elementary education, secondary education and special education.The school’s Performing and Fine Arts Department is nationally renowned, and offers degrees in theatre, danceand TV/film. Students have access to superb teachers, world-class performance facilities, and first-rate artisticproductions, along with many hands-on opportunities such as a professional summer theatre internship with thePennsylvania Shakespeare Festival. All of the student acting and technical theatre activities are performed by undergraduates. Coursework emphasizes communication andMAJOR AREAS OF STUDYpresentation skills, production techniques and methods,and the development of sound judgment and values to Programs of StudyPhilosophyPhysician Assistant *Accountinghelp improve the quality of our media culture.Political ScienceBiologyThe nationally recognized Physician Assistant programPsychologyBiologyis accredited by the PA Department of Higher Educa- (forensic science concentration) Spanishtion and the Commission on the Accreditation of Allied ChemistrySpecial EducationSport & Exercise ScienceHealth Education Programs. Our students regularly score ChemistrySport Management(forensicscienceconcentration)among the highest in the nation in mandatory standardTheatreCommunicationized national testing and have the distinction of being Computer ScienceTheologythe only school to win the national title three times after Criminal JusticeTV/Filmits win in 2008 at the National Medical Challenge Bowl Dance* - 5-year Master's DegreeChampionship, which is the Student Academy of Physi- Elementary EducationProgramEnglishcian Assistants equivalent to the NCAA Final Four.Environmental ScienceThe University supports 16 intercollegiate varsity FinanceAllied HealthMedical Technologysports and 30 intramural sports programs. All varsity HistoryHumanResourceManagementteams are members of the NCAA Division III, MiddlePreprofessionalLaw and SocietyAtlantic States Collegiate Athletic Corporation (MAS- Liberal StudiesDentistryCAC) Freedom Conference, and the Eastern College ManagementHigh School TeachingLawAthletic Conference (ECAC). A new 85,000 sq. ft. sports Mgmt. of Information Tech.MedicineMarketingand recreation center including a state-of-the-art fitnessOptometryMarriage and Family Studiescenter, an outdoor track and several new athletic fields MathematicsPharmacologywere completed from 1998 through 2007.PodiatryNursingPharmaceutical Marketing2 - 2008-09 DeSales University Men’s

Team Trip to Italy - August, 2007The Bulldogs pose for a photo in front ofthe Vatican.DeSales enjoying the sites of ancientRome in front of the Roman Coliseum.DSU taking time for a group photo on abridge overlooking the city of Florence.The Bulldogs pose for a photo after agame in Como.International trips taken by the Men’s Basketball team include:Tour of Ireland - Summer of 1999Tour of Dublin, Wales, and London - Summer of 2003Tour of Italy - Summer of 2007athletics.desales.edu2008-09 DeSales University Men’s Basketball - 3

HEAD COACH SCOTT COVALSCOTT COVAL’S CAREERScott CovalCOACHING RECORDHead CoachCollege of William & Mary (‘86)YearsScott Coval enters his 16th season as thehead coach at DeSales University. Coval,the all-time winningest men’s basketballcoach in DSU history, boasts a 256-144(.640) overall record.Under Coval’s guidance the Bulldogshave qualified for the postseason 13 ofhis 15 years on the sideline. His team’spostseason list includes the 1995-96NCAA Division III Tournament and the ECAC South Region Tournamentin 1995, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 including anECAC South Region Tournament championship in 2007. Coval has beennamed Freedom Conference Coach of the Year three times (2003, 2004,and 2008).In 15 years with the Bulldogs, Coval’s teams have had a .500 or betterrecord 14 times. Over the last six years, DSU has played in four FreedomConference title games, been to five ECAC South Region Tournaments,won one ECAC South Region Tournament Championship and compiled a126-44 (.741) overall record. In 2003-04 the Bulldogs set a school-recordwith 24 wins, 13 consecutive wins and 20-straight wins at home. DSUwas ranked as high as #17 in the country during that year.His on-court philosophy ofteam play and hard work haspaved the way for Coval’ssuccess. His teams rely onan up-tempo offense with anemphasis on sharing the ball.The Bulldogs also achievein the classroom. Coval hascoached 34 players who havebeen named to the MASCACAcademic Honor Roll andevery four-year player (100%)has graduated from DeSaleswith a degree.Prior to arriving in CenterValley, Coval was an assistant coach at Lafayette College for five years.He has also been an assistant at Penn State University and the College ofWilliam & Mary. Coval was a standout player at Whitehall High Schoolwhere he was named 1st-Team All-State his senior year, led the team to the1982 state championship, and scored over 1,800 points in his career. Hecontinued his playing career at Division I William & Mary, where he wasnamed team captain and MVP his senior year. At W&M he set six schoolrecords, was selected to participate in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament and graduated in 1986 with a degree in Business Management.A member of the Lehigh Valley Basketball Hall of Fame and theWhitehall High School Hall of Fame, Coval is the director of the DeSalesUniversity basketball camp and helps with many other camps throughoutthe Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey areas.Coval, who doubles as DeSales University’s Athletic Director, residesin Orefield, Pa., with his wife, Kaye, their two daughters, Keeley (8) andMia (6), and son Nicholas (3).4 - 2008-09 DeSales University Men’s BasketballSchoolW-L (Pct.) Conference/ECAC/NCAA Result1993-94 Allentown12-12 (.500)1994-95 Allentown18-9 (.667)PAC 1st Round/ECAC Finalist1995-96 Allentown17-10 (.630)PAC Finalist/NCAA 1st Round1996-97 Allentown14-12 (.538)PAC Semifinals1997-98 Allentown14-11 (.560)MAC 1st Round1998-99 Allentown14-11 (.560)1999-00 Allentown17-9 (.653)2000-01 DeSales8-16 (.333)2001-02 DeSales16-10 (.615)2002-03 DeSales23-7 (.767)Freedom Finalist/ECAC Finalist2003-04 DeSales24-5 (.828)Freedom Semifinals/ECAC Finalist2004-05 DeSales20-8 (.714)Freedom Finalist/ECAC 1st Round2005-06 DeSales16-10 (.615)2006-07 DeSales22-8 (.733)Freedom Finalist/ECAC Champions2007-08 DeSales21-6 (.778)Freedom FinalistCareer256-144 (.640)15 YearsECAC 1st RoundMAC 1st Round/ECAC 1st RoundECAC 1st RoundECAC 1st RoundIN 15 YEARS COVAL’S TEAMS HAVE.Won (1) ECAC South Region ChampionshipWon (3) Freedom Conference Regular Season ChampionshipsAdvanced to (5) Conference Championship Games(13) Post-season Appearances(14) Winning Seasons(154) Wins in Billera Hall (154-41, .790)IN 15 YEARS COVAL HAS COACHED.(1) All-American(1) Academic All-American(4) Conference Most Valuable Players(5) All-Mid Atlantic Region Players(27) All-Conference Players(34) Players Named to MASCAC Academic Honor

ASSISTANT COACHESMatt HunterJeff SilkSalisbury University (‘05)West Chester University (‘75)Matt Hunter joins Coach Coval’sstaff for his first season as the fulltime assistant coach for the men’sbasketball team arriving from TheCollege of New Jersey where hespent two seasons as an assistantcoach before being named the interim head coach for the 2007-08season.Hunter, a native of Plainsboro, NJ, graduated from SalisburyUniversity in 2005 where he earned a bachelor’s degree in physicaleducation. He participated on the basketball team at SU, beingnamed a team captain both his junior and senior season and earninga spot on the All-Conference Academic Team three times duringhis career with the Seagulls.Hunter has also worked several camps since his graduation fromSalisbury including ones at Notre Dame University, West VirginiaUniversity, Rider University, Salisbury University, The Collegeof New Jersey, and the Hoop Group Elite/Eastern Invitational.Coach Silk enters his 33rd season coachingboy’s and men’s basketball and his ninth yearat DeSales University.He hails from Central Bucks East HighSchool where he coached for 22 years (19792000). He was an assistant coach at CB Eastfor the first 12 years of his tenure and waspromoted to head coach for his last 10 years.While a head coach at CB East, Silk led theteam to eight winning seasons, one SuburbanOne League Championship, five second placefinishes, and helped East qualify for the District I Tournament nine times.In addition to coaching at CB East, Silk served as coach of the freshmanmen’s basketball team and an assistant coach with the varsity team at WestChester University from 1974-76. Silk’s playing days were also at WestChester University where he played point guard for the Golden Rams. He wasalso an All-League soccer and basketball player at CB East before college.He graduated from WCU in 1975 with a Bachelor of Science degree inSecondary Education-Social Studies. Silk was hired as a Social Studies teacherin the Quakertown Community School District following graduation and hastaught at QCHS for the last 30 years, while earning a Masters EquivalencyDegree along the way.Silk, who will primarily help with the development of the guards at DeSalesUniversity, resides in Buckingham, PA, with his wife, Mary Jane. He hastwo sons, 25-year old Matt and 21-year old Kevin, who is a senior at BostonCollege.2008-09 ROSTER ian HunterCharles PrinciottoDarnell BraswellRob SchubachJim MalatestaMatt McManusEddie WardNicholas RossignoliEd LapinskiMatt ZwetolitzRichard HarmonBob ZanneoMike GearyMatt LepriTom 06-46-66-46-36-56-56-46-4Hometown/High SchoolAllentown, PA/EmmausWoodcliff Lake, NJ/Pascack HillsAllentown, PA/William AllenCenter Valley, PA/Southern LehighWarminster, PA/Archbishop WoodMalvern, PA/Malvern PrepDallastown, PA/DallastownReading, PA/Reading Central CatholicRed Hill, PA/Upper PerkiomenWhitehall, PA/WhitehallDoylestown, PA/Central Bucks EastPhiladelphia, PA/Father JudgeBoyertown, PA/BoyertownTannersville, PA/Pocono Mountain EastPhiladelphia, PA/Archbishop RyanALPHABETICALROSTER:Braswell, DarnellGeary, MikeHarmon, RichardHunter, BrianLapinski, EdLepri, MattMalatesta, JimMarshall, TomMcManus, MattPrinciotto, CharlesRossignoli, NicholasSchubach, RobWard, EddieZanneo, BobZwetolitz, MattHead Coach: Scott Coval (William & Mary, ’86 – 16th year)Assistant Coaches: Matt Hunter, Jeff Silk, and Gary JuroskyTeam Managers: Dan Villanti and Patrick Cliffordathletics.desales.edu2008-09 DeSales University Men’s Basketball - 5

2007-08 MEN’S BASKETBALL PREVIEWThe 2008-09 DeSales men’s basketball team begins the seasonwith a strong core of returning players. Last season, the Bulldogsfinished with a 21-6 overal record, won the Freedom Conferenceregular season championship, advanced to the championship gameof the Freedom Conference playoffs, and finished the year rankedfourth in the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional rankings.This pre-season, DeSales was picked second in the pre-seasonpoll with a total of 64 points and two first-place votes. WilkesUniversity, the team the Bulldogs eliminated from the playoffs lastseason, was named thepre-season favorite with 2008-09 Freedom ConferencePre-Season Poll72 points and the otherseven first-place votes.Head Coach Scott 1. Wilkes University - 72 points (7)Coval starts out his 16th 2. DeSales University - 64 points (2)3. Alvernia University - 54 pointsseason at DeSales. He4. Misericordia University - 52 pointsbegins the year with a5. King’s College - 45 points256-144 overall record 6. Manhattanville College - 37 pointsand having taken the 7. Eastern University - 34 pointsBulldogs to the Freedom 8. FDU-Florham - 27 pointsConference Champion- 9. Delaware Valley College - 20 pointsship game four out ofthe last six years.Expected to lead the way this season will be junior wing man,Darnell Braswell (Allentown, PA/William Allen). Braswell willreturn to the starting lineup after earning All-Freedom ConferenceSecond-Team honors last season after averaging 13.6 points pergame. He averaged 4.7 boards per game and shot 36.9 percent fromthree-point land.Expected to join him in the starting lineup in the back court issophomore Brian Hunter (Allentown, PA/Emmaus) as a transferfrom Lehigh University. Hunter appeared in just eight games withthe Mountain Hawks but had a standout high school career thatincluded him being named the Morning Call Player of the Year asa senior at Emmaus HS.The second wing guard position is up for grabs as the pre-seasoncomes to an end with juniors Jim Malatesta (Warminster, PA/Archbishop Wood) and Rob Schubach (Center Valley, PA/Southern Lehigh) the most likely candidates to fill the spot. Malatesta isa defensive stalwart who started 17 games last year and averaged4.9 points per game, while Schubach is a terrific shooter and scoreron the offensive end who averaged 3.2 points per game in limitedaction as a sophomore.Off the bench several players will have the opportunity to play keyroles throughout the season. Junior Charles Princiotto (WoodcliffLake, NJ/Pascack Hills) appears the likely candidate to play thepoint guard position behind Hunter, but he will be pushed for minutesby freshman Matt McManus (Malvern, PA/Malvern Prep).On the wing, sophomore Eddie Ward (Dallastown, PA/Dallastown) and freshman Matt Lepri (Tannersville, PA/PoconoMountain East) are both looking to earn quality minutes on thewing and should get a chance to contribute at some point during6 - 2008-09 DeSales University Men’s Basketballthe season.Senior Matt Zwetolitz (Whitehall, PA/Whitehall) will return asa probable starter at the power forward position or the “4” spot onthe floor. He led the team last season connecting on 49 three pointersand averaged 8.0 points per game. Zwetolitz shot a team-high 43.8percent from three-point land and also led the team in shooting atthe charity stripe converting 74.1 percent.Fellow senior Ed Lapinski (Red Hill, PA/Upper Perkiomen)is the probable starter at the center position. Lapinski started 26 ofthe 27 games last season and averaged 11.6 points per game. He ledthe team with 18 blocks and was second on the team in reboundingaveraging 6.8 pulls per game. Lapinski also shot 60.6 percent fromthe floor last year.Senior Mike Geary (Boyertown, PA/Boyertown), sophomoreNicholas Rossignoli (Reading, PA/Reading Central Catholic),freshman Bob Zanneo (Philadelphia, PA/Father Judge), andfreshman Tom Marshall (Philadelphia, PA/Archbishop Ryan)are also working hard to earn time in the forward position.Geary saw time in 10 games last season and his leadership on thefloor should help DSU off the bench. Rossignoli returns to the teamlooking to earn quality minutes in the paint after spending much ofhis freshman campaign returning from a pre-season injury. Zanneoand Marshall both were strong players in high school who couldsee time off the bench.The Bulldogs schedule opens on Saturday, SophomoreOctober 15th when they Rob Schubachtravel to St. John FisherCollege for a singlegame on the road. Overall DSU has a tough startto the season with sixof its first seven gameson the road and onehome game vs. nationalpower, Randolph-Macon College.DeSales will onceagain host the Casa MiaHoliday Tournament toopen the New Year onJanuary 3rd and 4th andwill finish the seasonwith 11 of its last 17games being played in the friendly confines of Billera Hall.Once again all of the Bulldogs home games will feature LIVEStats for all interested parties unable to attend a game and several ofthe Bulldogs games will be broadcast with live audio online. Youcan check out which games will feature either LIVE stats or LIVEaudio once the season starts on the DeSales web site at “”

PLAYER PROFILESLAPINSKI’S CAREER STATISTICSG26302783Senior6-4 ForwardWhitehall, PAWhitehallSenior6-6 CenterRed Hill, PAUpper PerkiomenEntering the ’08-09 Season: Lapinskienters the season ranked fourth all-time infield goal percentage (58.7%) and T-11thall-time in double-doubles (5). 2007-08:Appeared in all 27 games, making 26starts ranked third on the team in scoringaveraging 11.6 points per game and rankedsecond on the team in rebounding averaging 6.8 boards per contest shot60.6% percent (126-of-208) from the field and 42.6% (20-of-47) fromthree-point land led team with 18 blocked shots recorded double-digits17 times averaged 17.5 points and 7.5 rebounds per game in the FreedomConference playoffs including 23 points in the semifinal win over Wilkes,shooting a perfect 9-for-9 from the field totaled two double-doubles inwins over Cabrini College and Briarcliffe College scored a career-high 24points in a home win over Dela- Lapinski’s Career Highsware Valley College. 2006-07:Appeared in all 30 games, making Points: 24 vs. Delaware Valley (1/9/08)four starts.ranked third on the Rebounds: 14 vs. Gwynedd-Mercy (2/28/07)4 (2 times)team in scoring at 9.6 points per Assists:Steals:3 vs. King’s (12/2/06)game and averaged 5.7 reboundsBlocks:3 vs. FDU-Florham (1/11/06)per game.shot a team-high 59.4percent (123-of-207) from the field and 31.4 percent (11-of-35) from threepoint arc.named ECAC South Region Tournament Most Valuable Playerrecording three straight double-doubles and averaging 19.7 points and 11.7rebounds per game in the tournament.reached double digits 11 times andhad 20 points three times.averaged 14 points and 7.3 rebounds over thelast 12 games.scored a then career-high 22 points in the win over Lebanon Valley College.pulled down a career-high 14 boards in the win overGwynedd-Mercy College. 2005-06:Appeared in all 26 games off thebench.averaged 3.9 points per gameand ranked third on the team pulling down 3.2 rebounds per game.also ranked second with 14 blockedshots.shot 52.4 percent from thefield (44-of-84) and 47.6 percentfrom outside the arc (10-of-21).scored a season-high nine pointsfour times. Personal/High School:Born October 11, 1986 son of Edand Sheila Lapinski.participated inbasketball in high school.all-timeleading rebounder at Upper Perkiomen with 688.named First-TeamAll-PAC 10 and Pottstown Mercuryas a senior.led PAC 10 in scoring as a senior.named Honorable MentionAll-PAC 10 twice.PAC 10 Sportsmanship award winner as a senior.highschool coach was Jeff Huddleston.sports management major.YR05-0606-0707-08CAREERMatt ZwetolitzEd Lapinski#32FGM-A44-84123-207126-208293-499FG% 3FG-A 3FG% FTM-A FT% REB RPG.524 10-21 .4764-8 .500 82 3.2.594 11-35 .31430-47 .638 172 5.7.606 20-47 .42641-62 .661 184 6.8.587 41-103 .398 75-117 .641 438 5.3athletics.desales.eduA S B PTS PPG17 5 14 102 3.930 19 13 287 9.632 14 18 313 11.679 38 45 702 8.5#33Entering the ’08-09 Season: Zwetolitzenters his senior year ranked T-5th all-timein three-point shooting percentage (38.3)and 20th all-time in three-point field goalattempts (162). 2007-08: Appeared in all27 games, making seven starts rankedfourth on the team in scoring averaging8.0 points per game led the team with 49 made three-pointers and shot ateam-best 43.8 percent from beyond the arc also led the team in free throwshooting percentage (74.1) averaged 2.5 rebounds per game named toMASCAC Winter Sportsmanship Team and MASCAC Winter AcademicHonor Roll recorded double-digits 11 times totaled a career-high 18points in a road win over Delaware Valley College had 12 points in theZwetolitz’s Career Highs win over Wilkes in the FreedomConference playoffs tallied 16Points: 18 vs. Delaware Valley (2/13/08)points in a win over King’s ColRebounds:7 vs. King’s (2/3/07)lege. 2006-07: Appeared in 29Assists:5 vs. Lebanon Valley (3/2/07)games off the bench.averaged 5.0Steals:3 vs. Elizabethtown (1/19/08)points per game and 2.5 reboundsBlocks:NONEper game.shot 43.1 percent (53of-123) from the floor and 76.5 percent (26-of-34) from the charity stripe.ranked fifth on the team with 13 made three-pointers.scored double digitssix times including a seasonhigh 14 points in a win overMuhlenberg College. Personal/High School: BornJuly 5, 1987 son of Johnand Stephanie Zwetolitz.participated in basketballin high school.named toZephyr Holiday ClassicAll-Tournament Team as asenior.VIA All-Star as won a DistrictXI Championship twice.member of DeSales University Dean’s List.highschool coach was Jerry Radocha SAAC representative for men’s basketball.sports and exercise sciencemajor with a minor in sportmanagement.ZWETOLITZ’S CAREER 56127-279FG% 3FG-A 3FG% FTM-A FT% REB RPG.431 13-50 .26026-34 .765 73 2.5.474 49-112 .43820-27 .741 68 2.5.455 62-162 .38346-61 .754 141 2.5A S B PTS PPG40 10 0 145 5.031 12 0 217 8.071 22 0 362 6.52008-09 DeSales University Men’s Basketball - 7

PLAYER PROFILESGEARY’S CAREER STATISTICSG1051025Junior6-1 GuardAllentown, PAWilliam AllenSenior6-5 ForwardBoyertown, PABoyertown2007-08: Appeared in 10 games off thebench averaged 2.2 points per gameand shot 71.4 percent (10-for-14) fromthe field had a career-high nine pointsin a win over Briarcliffe College and hadeight points in a home win over DelawareValley College. 2006-07: Appeared infive games.totaled four points and threerebounds on the season.scored all four points in win over PSU-Harrisburg.2005-06: Appeared in 10 games off the bench.grabbed four rebounds andhad two steals on the season. Personal/High School: Born December29, 1986 son of Michael andGeary’s Career HighsTeresa Geary.participated in9 vs. Briarcliffe (1/4/08)baseball and basketball in high Points:3 vs. Briarcliffe (1/4/08)school.named co-captain as a Rebounds:Assists:1 (2 times)senior.high school coach was2 vs. PSU-Berks (11/28/07)Mike Wheeler.sports manage- Steals:Blocks:1 vs. PSU-Berks (11/28/07)ment major.YR05-0606-0707-08CAREERDarnell BraswellMike Geary#44FGM-A0-01-310-1411-17FG% 3FG-A 3FG% FTM-A FT% REB RPG.0000-0 .0000-0 .0004 0.4.3330-0 .0002-4 .5003 0.6.7140-0 .0002-4 .5009 0.9.6470-0 .0004-8 .500 16 0.6A0022S2024B PTS PPG00 0.004 0.81 22 2.21 26 1.08 - 2008-09 DeSales University Men’s Basketball#12Entering the ’08-09 Season: Braswellenters his junior season ranked 15th alltime in three-point goals made (79) andattempted (222) and 12th all-time in threepoint field goal percentage (35.6%). 200708: Started all 27 games ranked secondon the team in scoring (13.6 PPG) and thirdon the team in rebounding (4.7 RPG) shot 36.9 percent from three-pointland and ranked second on the team with 41 made treys averaged 1.0steals per game named to All-Freedom Conference Second-Team and toCasa Mia Holiday All-Tournament Team scored double-digit points in21-of-27 games had a career-high 22 points in the road win over Manhattanville College had 17 points and nine rebounds in a win over CabriniBraswell’s Career Highs College totaled 20 points in thewin over John Carroll UniversityPoints: 22 vs. Manhattanville (1/26/08)in Casa Mia Holiday TournamentRebounds:9 (4 times)title game. 2006-07: AppearedAssists: 6 vs. Gwynedd-Mercy (2/28/07)in 28 games, making 23 starts.Steals:4 vs. Scr

Scott Coval enters his ninth year as DeSales Uni-versity Director of Athletics. Coval is responsible for the planning, organization, management and evalua-tion of DeSales 16-sport men's and women's NCAA Division III intercollegiate athletics program. Coval has been with the University for th