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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1993 - Sports. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 27, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/18978.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1993 - Sports. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/18978

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Transcript While playing for Pensacola Junior College, Anthony Goldwire was a hidden goldmine waiting to play for a big-time college. While at Pensacola, he led his team to a 43-13 record over two years averaging over 15 points and almost eight assists a game. He was picked as an Honorable Mention Ail- American his sophomore year. Soon the "big" schools were recruiting him and he chose UH over Arkansas, Mem- phis State and Southern California because Head Coach Pat Foster visited him at his home in Florida. "He was the only coach that came to my house and toi d me what he could do for me and how I would fit into his program," Goldwire said. " He was always straight up with me about UH and that's why I came here." "I turned down Arkansas, Memphis State, and USC because of playing time," he said. "I wanted to get right in and play 30 to 40 minutes a game. I'm happy with the position I'm at right now." In his first game, all eyes were on Goldwire as UH opened the season against DePaul as ESPN televised the game nationally. He came through with flying colors, scoring 15 while handing out three assists and stealing the ball three times. "I thought he did an outstanding job in his first major college game," said Foster. "He certainly will be an asset to this team." A big test for Goldwire and the team was when they went up against the nationally ranked powerhouse, North Carolina. With the team being out manned almost the whole game, Goldwire proved that he was the leader that UH was looking for. He scored a season high 22 points against a team that always plays well at home in the Dean Dome. He also created several shots for his teammates as he handed out five assists. UH eventually lost the close game 84-76. A display of courage was seen in the Cougar Camp when UH was about to play Rice. Goldwire had been sick with the flu all week and had missed every practice. Since it was a big game for UH, Goldwire climbed out of bed to lead UH's charge. He scored 11, while hitting four three- pointers, but UH still lost the game by four. "It was a courageous performance put on by Anthony tonight," Foster said. "Imagine what we could have done if he was healthy." Goldwire was given honors as the SWC newcomer of the Year and All-SWC pick. He earned his way there by providing 170 assists, an 78.5 free throw shooting average and 57 steals for the season. With one more season of eligibility, it seems as if Goldwire will have the chance to lead the team, his team, to bigger and better things.-John Silver ^^^^'^B ■ *'-**■ ■PIH^^^I &^Bh ■^H NiW Bp^Hf Hfl ■■- to "^ ^j^^^s JrTJBf'x^m^ *^L* Cougar Basketball Anthony Goldwire provided a little speed to the Cougars, making moves like this against the Texas coaches' kid, Tommy Pendens. Photo by Thomas Nguyen, (center) Lruard David Diaz was one of the Cougar's leading scorers. He had 25 games where he scored 10 or more points, and scored a high of 29 points against Texas A&M. Photo by Michael IV. Smith II. (lower left) Intimidation is never a factor in basketball, Is it Rafael Carmsco did get this point after faking the Texas Tech guy into jumping. Photo by Thomas Nguyen, (lower (■ciitev} Liharles "Bo" Outlaw puts in a vicious dunk to help seal the Cougar's victory over Louisville. Photo by Thomas Nguyen, (lower right) IVeserve guard Lloyd Wiles moves around a Tech player in Houston's only win ng.iinst the Red Raiders. Photo by Thomas Nguyen, (below) Scoreboard 1992-93 Cougar Basketball Houston Opponent 82 DePaul 65 92 U. Illinois-Chicago 66 76 North Carolina 84 94 U. Texas-San Antonio 67 84 Arkansas State 82 76 Stephen F. Austin 75 78 UCLA 87 86 U. California-Irvine 78 83 Wyoming 56 81 Texas 67 81 Texas A&M 69 83 Baylor 77 85 Southern Methodist U. 75 74 Texas Tech 78 60 Southern Methodist U. 70 61 Rice Continued, page 153 65 148 Sports Basketball 149