Retired Jerseys

#1 Ben Madgen (G, 6-4, 190, Williamstown, Australia)

Madgen compiled an astounding career that saw a national title game appearance and four straight Elite Eight appearances in the NCAA Tournament. He ended his college career as the all-time leading scorer in the Peach Belt Conference and held the title until 2017. He is only one of two players in PBC history to break 2,000 career points and he was the second player ever named All-Conference all four years. Madgen, who was one of three finalists for National Player Of The Year by the NABC in 2010, was named an All-American by six different publications during his tenure and was named the Region Player of the Year and PBC Player of the Year twice. He was also the PBC Player of the Year in 2010 and the PBC Freshman of the Year in 2007. His No. 1 jersey was retired March 3, 2010 in a ceremony before a first round game against Armstrong in the Peach Belt Conference Tournament.

#10 Keshun Sherrill (G, 5-9, 160, Cleveland, N.C.)

After one of the greatest careers in an Augusta Jaguars uniform, Keshun Sherrill had his No. 10 jersey retired by Augusta University at the Athletics Awards Banquet on May 2, 2017. Sherrill reached 2,333 career points during his senior season in 2016-17 to become the all-time leading scorer for the Jaguars and the Peach Belt Conference. He was named an All-American by the NABC and D2CCA in his senior season and was named the NCAA Southeast Region Player of the Year and the PBC Player of the Year. Sherrill was named an All-American four times in his tenure. He ranks fifth all-time for Augusta in three pointers and is 25th in rebounds. He was named the PBC Freshman of the Year in 2014.

#23 Tyrekus ‘AJ’ Bowman (F, 6-5, 185, Tignall, Ga.)

Bowman was near the top of the nation in field goal percentage and points per game, averaging 20.5 points in the 2006-07 campaign while shooting 53.1 percent from the floor and grabbing 7.5 rebounds a contest. He averaged 19.8 points and 7.5 rebounds a game his senior year, including 26 points, five rebounds, three assists, and a block in the 2008 NCAA Division II National Finals. He was named an All-American by Daktronics in 2007 and again in 2008 by Daktronics and the NABC. Bowman was the PBC Player of the Year in 2008 and 2007 and ranks top five in scoring for the Jags all-time. He also was selected to participate in ESPN’s Slam Dunk contest in consecutive seasons, and was named the Atlanta Tipoff Club’s Georgia College Player of the Year in 2007. His No. 23 jersey was retired on Nov. 15, 2009.

#32 Keenan Mann (F, 6-7, 190, Augusta, Ga.)

Mann played for the Jaguars from 1988-92 and ended his illustrious four-year career as the men’s all-time leading scorer, while also ranking first in field-goal attempts, three-pointers, and three-point attempts. Mann guided Augusta to the championship game of the Big South Conference tournament as a junior and earned second team All-Big South honors and all-tournament honors. He was also a first team Peach Belt All-Conference selection when he helped the Jags to a 17-11 mark, the team’s first winning season in 10 years. Mann’s No. 32 jersey was officially retired on Feb. 20, 1993.