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Chris Roberts' 75-foot shot is the longest game-winning buzzer beater in Division I postseason history. March 23, 2009

Bradley's Chris Roberts tossed in a 75-foot heave at the buzzer to give Bradley a stunning, 76-75, victory against Oakland in the quarterfinals of the inaugural CIT. The miraculous shot was the longest game-winning shot in NCAA division I postseason history. The win moved Bradley into the semi-finals.
   
Fairfield's 27-point comeback is the largest in NCAA division I postseason history. March 16, 2010

Fairfield erased a 27-point second-half deficit en route to an overtime win in the CIT. With 16:08 remaining Fairfield trailed George Mason, 63-36. Fairfield then outscored George Mason 65-28 the rest of the way, which included a five-minute overtime. The 27-point comeback is the biggest in NCAA division I postseason history
   
Damian Lillard made his only postseason appearance, at Weber State, in the 2012 CIT. March 13, 2012

Weber State's Damian Lillard finished with 21 points and 5 assists in an opening round over Utah Valley. It was his only postseason appearance and his only win.  Just over one year later (May 1, 2013) Lillard was the NBA Rookie of the Year. It's the first time since 1955 that a tournament other than the NCAA Tournament produced the NBA Rookie of the Year the following season.
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Oakland's Travis Bader set the NCAA Division I record for the most career 3-pointers. March 19, 2013

Oakland's Travis Bader made 5 three-pointers in the Golden Grizzlies loss to Youngstown State, in the 2013 CIT. Bader made 19 three-pointers in five career games in the CIT. A little less than one year later (Feb. 2, 2014), Bader set the NCAA Division I record for the most career 3-pointers, surpassing the previous mark of 457 set by Duke's J.J. Redick. 
   
UT Martin's Deville Smith is the only player to post a Triple-Double in a CIT game. March 19, 2015

In an opening round game, UT Martin's Deville Smith became the first player to post a triple double in the CIT. Smith finished with 21 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists, in the Seahawks win over Northwestern State. UT Martin would go to claim road wins over USC Upstate and Eastern Kentucky before finally losing to Evansville in the semifinals.
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THE CIT RECORDS

POINTS 
41 D.J. Covington; VMI (vs. IPFW, 03/22/14)
39 Colt Ryan; Evansville (at Canisius, 03/26/13)
39 Reggie Hamilton; Oakland (vs Bowling Green, 03/14/12)
37 D.J. Covington; VMI (at Canisius, 03/18/14)
36 Kevin Foster; Santa Clara (vs Air Force, 03/18/11)
 
 
FIELD GOALS MADE
13 Kahlil Felder; Oakland (vs. Eastern Illinois, 03/17/15)
13 Will Davis II; UC Irvine (vs High Point, 03/20/13)
13 George Beaumon; Manhattan (at Albany, 03/14/12)
13 M Glover; Iona (vs East Tennessee, 03/26/11)
13 Javon McCrea; Buffalo (vs Iona, 03/22/11)
12 Jordyn Martin; Northern Arizona (at Sacramento State, 03/21/15)
12 D.J. Balentine; Evansville (vs. IPFW, 03/18/15)
12 Jalan West; Northwestern State (vs. UT Martin, 03/19/15)
12 Augustine Rubit; South Alabama (vs Tulane, 03/20/13)
12 Desmond Yates; Middle Tennessee (at Missouri State, 03/17/10)
12 Drake Reed; Austin Peay (at Bradley, 03/18/09)
 
 
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
26 DJ Seeley; Cal State Fullerton (at Loyola Marymount, 03/14/12)
25 Shy Ely; Evansville (vs. Belmont, 3/18/09)
23 Kevin Foster; Santa Clara (vs SMU, 03/25/11)
23 Donald Sims; Appalachian State (vs. Marshall, 3/22/10)
22 Colt Ryan; Evansville (at Canisius, 03/26/13)
 
 
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 6 attempts)
1.000 Troy Taylor; Evansville (at Eastern Kentucky, 03/23/13) 7-for-7
1.000 Morgan Grim; Utah State (vs CSU Bakersfield, 03/14/12) 6-for-6
1.000 Troy Payne; Santa Clara (vs SMU, 03/25/11) 6-for-6
1.000 Anthony Brown; Pacific (vs. Idaho, 3/23/09) 6-for-6
.909 Kyle Tresnak; Weber State (at Cal Poly, 03/20/13) 10-for-11 
.888 Ty Armstrong; East Carolina (at Rider, 03/23/13) 8-for-9
.888 Richard Ross; Old Dominion (vs Costal Carolina, 03/13/12) 8-for-9
.888 Nate Garner; Evansville (vs. Belmont, 3/18/09) 8-for-9
 
 
THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE
9 Kevin Foster; Santa Clara (vs Air Force, 03/18/11)
9 Mike Evanovich; Fairfield (at George Mason, 3/16/10)
9 Kyle Swanston; James Madison (at Liberty, 3/23/09)
8 Jalan West; Northwestern State (vs. UT Martin, 03/19/15)
8 Charlie Lee; Cleveland State (at Western Michigan, 03/18/15)
 
 
THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
20 Kyle Swanston; James Madison (at Liberty, 3/23/09)
16 Kevin Foster; Santa Clara (vs Air Force, 03/18/11)
14 Jeff Ledbetter; Idaho (vs San Francisco, 03/16/11)
14 Mike Evanovich; Fairfield (at George Mason, 3/16/10)
 
 
THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 4 attempts)
1.000 Christian Webster; Harvard (at Appalachian State, 3/17/10) 6-for-6 
1.000 Corey Walden; Eastern Kentucky (vs Gardner-Webb, 03/19/13) 4-for-4
1.000 Bud Thomas; Mercer University (at Fairfield, 03/24/12) 4-for-4
.833 Danny Berger; Utah State (vs. Oakland, 03/25/12) 5-for-6
.833 Reggie Hamilton; Oakland (vs Bowling Green, 03/14/12) 5-for-6
.833 Dago Pena; Marshall (vs. Western Carolina, 03/16/10) 5-for-6
 
 
FREE THROWS MADE
17 Erik Etherly; Loyola MD (vs Kent State, 03/24/13)
15 Damier Pitts; Marshall (vs. Western Carolina, 03/16/10)
14 Reggie Hamilton; Oakland (vs Rice, 03/20/12)
14 Damian Lillard; Weber State (at Loyola Marymount, 03/18/12)
14 Reggie Hamilton; Oakland (vs Bowling Green, 03/14/12)
 
 
FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
19 Erik Etherly; Loyola MD (vs Kent State, 03/24/13)
16 Damier Pitts; Marshall (vs. Western Carolina, 03/16/10)
15 Colt Ryan; Evansville (at Canisius, 03/26/13)
15 Kendall Timmons; Tulane (at Bradley, 03/23/13)
15 Reggie Hamilton; Oakland (vs Bowling Green, 03/14/12)
15 Kevin Foster; Santa Clara (vs San Francisco, 03/22/11)
 
 
FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 10 attempts)
1.000 Damian Lillard; Weber State (at Loyola Marymount, 03/18/12) 14-for-14
1.000 Reggie Hamilton; Oakland (vs Rice, 03/20/12) 14-for-14
1.000 Jonathon Thompson; Rider (at East Carolina, 03/23/13) 10-for-10
1.000 Zane Johnson; Hawaii (vs Portland, 03/15/11) 10-for-10
 
 
REBOUNDS
21 Mike Rostampour; Nebraska-Omaha (vs. North Dakota, 03/19/14)
21 Papa Dia; SMU (vs Northern Iowa, 03/21/11)
19 Nigel Spikes; Marshall (vs Ohio, 03/15/11)
17 Josh Davis; Tulane (at Bradley, 03/23/13)
17 Sam Willard; Pacific (at Loyola Marymount, 03/17/10)
 
 
OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS
9 Ricardo Glenn; USC Upstate (vs. Old Dominion, 03/18/12)
9 Isaac Butts; Appalachian State (vs. Marshall, 03/22/10)
9 Frank Hassell; Old Dominion (at Bradley, 03/31/09)
8 Shawn Long; UL-Lafayette (vs. UC Irvine, 03/23/16)
8 Sam Willard; Pacific (at Loyola Marymount, 03/17/10)
 
 
DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS
17 Papa Dia; SMU (vs Northern Iowa, 03/21/11)
16 Mike Rostampour; Nebraska-Omaha (vs. North Dakota, 03/19/14)
15 Josh Davis; Tulane (vs Bradley, 03/23/13)
13 Arsalan Kazemi; Rice (vs Drake, 03/17/12)
13 Brandon Brekke; North Dakota (at Drake, 03/14/12)
13 Nigel Spikes; Marshall (vs Ohio, 03/15/11)
 
 
ASSISTS
12 Rodney Glasgow; VMI (vs. IPFW, 03/22/14)
12 Jonathon Jones; Oakland (vs. Kent State, 03/17/09)
12 Jonathon Jones; Oakland (at Bradley, 03/23/09)
11 Cornell Johnson; Eastern Illinois (at Oakland, 03/17/15)
11 Kahlil Felder; Oakland (vs. Eastern Illinois, 03/17/15)
11 Deville Smith; UT Martin (at Northwestern State, 03/19/15)
11 Chistopher Anderson; San Diego (vs. Portland State 03/19/14)
11 Miguel Paul; East Carolina (at Evansville, 03/30/13)
11 Brockeith Berger; Utah State (vs Idaho, 03/17/12)
11 Julius Brown; Toledo (vs McNeese State, 03/13/12)
11 Scott Machado; Iona (vs East Tennessee State, 03/26/11)
11 Luke Hancock; George Mason (vs. Fairfield, 3/16/10)
11 Kaylon Williams; U. of Evansville (vs. Belmont, 3/18/09)
 
 
TURNOVERS
8 Ky Howard; NJIT (vs. Boston University, 03/21/16)
8 Keith Thompson; Utah Valley (at Weber State, 03/13/12)
8 Jeremiah Ostrowski; Hawaii (vs San Francisco, 03/19/11)
8 Andy Wicke; Belmont (at Old Dominion, 3/23/09)
8 Wes Channels; Austin Peay (at Bradley, 3/18/09)
 
 
STEALS
5 Kendall Timmons; Tulane (vs Bradley, 03/23/13)
5 Corey Walden; Eastern Kentucky (vs Gardner-Webb, 03/19/13)
5 Kellen Thornton; Tennessee State (vs Evansville, 03/19/13)
5 Bud Thomas; Mercer University (at Fairfield University, 03/24/12)
5 Torrey Craig; USC Upstate (vs Kent State, 03/15/12)
5 Ty Greene; USC Upstate (vs Kent State, 03/15/12)
5 Colin Nickerson; Fairfield (vs Yale, 03/14/12)
5 James Fields; Georgia State (vs Tennessee Tech, 03/13/12)
5 Justin Tubbs; East Tennessee (vs Furman, 03/15/11)
5 Bill Amis; Hawaii (vs Portland, 03/15/11)
5 Harouna Mutumbo; Western Carolina (at Marshall, 3/16/10)
5 Curtis Pierre; James Madison (vs. Mt. St. Mary's, 3/18/09)
 
 
BLOCKED SHOTS
7 Tyler Cain; South Dakota (at Creighton, 3/16/10)
6 Brandon Edwards; UT Arlington (vs Oral Roberts, 03/20/13)
6 Damian Eargle; Youngstown Stae (vs Oakland, 03/19/13)
6 Eric Buckner; Georgia Sate (vs. Mercer 03/17/12)
6 Mike Morrison; George Mason (vs. Fairfield, 3/16/10)
 
 
MINUTES PLAYED
45 Blake Allen; Youngstown State (vs Canisius, 03/23/13) 
45 Dominique Morrison; Oral Roberts (vs SMU, 03/16/11) 
44 Damian Lillard; Weber State (at Loyola Marymount, 03/18/12)
43 Yettra Specks; Jackson State (at Sam Houston State, 03/14/16) 
43 Kendrick Perry; Youngstown State (vs Canisius, 03/23/13)
   


 
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