Eleven UIC programs represented with graduates
Game will mark Horizon League regular season finale for both teams
Flames place four players in double figures
UIC will look to avenge Dec. 3 overtime loss vs. Panthers
Flames built 10-point halftime lead
2011-12: Played in 20 games, including the final 16 contests of the season ... Played a season-high 23 minutes, and scored a season-best six points on three field goals in UIC's 58-51 win over crosstown rival Loyola (1/14/12) ... Chipped in five points and pulled down a season-high five rebounds at Cleveland State (1/5/12) ... Scored two points at Valparaiso (2/14/12).
2010-11: Played in 20 games off the bench ... Averaged 2.4 points and 2.0 rebounds in an average of 9.0 minutes per game ... Shot 43.5 percent from the field ... Scored a season-high seven points on 3-of-6 shooting against Butler (2/19/11) ... Pulled down a season-best seven rebounds at Oregon State (12/22/10) ... Scored four or more points on eight occasions ... Drilled threes against both Butler (2/19/11) and in the Horizon League Tournament at Cleveland State (3/1/11) ... Posted two blocks against Butler (2/19/11).
Prep/Prior to UIC: Two-year letterwinner at John Marshall High School, helping the Commandos record 58 wins during that span, including a Class 3A state championship in his senior season ... Also played varsity as a sophomore at Lane Tech ... Averaged a team-leading 6.7 rebounds per game as a senior ... In his junior season, John Marshall recorded a third-place finish in the state playoffs ... Started his college career at Morton College, where he led the Panthers to an undefeated season and an Illinois Skyway Championship as a sophomore ... Scored a career-high 35 points in a win over McHenry ... Was named conference Player of the Year (16.1 ppg, 9.7 rpg), and was Morton College's Athlete of Year last season ... Graduated with an Associate's degree in the Arts.
Personal: Born April 17, 1990 ... Son of Patricia McGee and Dorian Tyler ... Major is undecided ... Will have two years of eligibility at UIC.