2010-11 Scored first 2 points of the game for the Bears in NIT second-round game at Miami (3/21/11) with rugged defensive play ... Collected 3 points, his most in six games, in NIT first-round win over Murray State (3/15/11), including his 10th career dunk ... Had 11 minutes off the bench in MVC Tourney semifinal win over Creighton (3/5/11) with 2 points and 1 rebound ... Matched career highs with 2 assists with 1 steal at Southern Illinois (2/23/11) to go with 2 points and 2 boards ... Scored 6 points on 2-for-2 shooting with a pair of free throws in BracketBusters game at Valparaiso (2/19/11) ... Had longest playing stint (9 minutes) since Dec. 29 in win over Drake (2/15/11), collecting 2 rebounds ... Collected his 9th career dunk in win over Bradley (2/9/11) ... Had played in 20 straight games until game at Creighton (1/4/11) ... Had 3 points and 2 rebounds in win at Bradley (1/16/11) ... Scored in his sixth straight home game with 2 points in win over Creighton (1/22/11) ... Had a dunk, a rebound, and a block in 5 minutes on the floor in win over Arknasas State (12/22/10) ... Scored 6 points behind a pair of dunks to help turn back Central Arkansas (1/4/10) ... Had season highs with 5 points and 4 rebounds in win over UALR (12/1/10). n Saw 18 minutes off the bench in win over Pepperdine (11/22/10) with 3 points, 3 rebounds and 1 blocked shot ... Was pivotal in win over Arkansas State (11/16/10) with 4 points and 11 minutes in reserve ... Played 5 first-half minutes vs. ORU (11/12/10), collecting 2 points and 2 rebounds ... Posted 5 points and 6 rebounds off the bench against Arkansas-Fort Smith (11/6/10) in preseason finale ... Had 4 points and 3 rebounds in exhibition opener against Upper Iowa (10/31/10) ... Averaged 8.0 minutes per game and provided a key reserve presence down low for the 26-9 Bears in helping Cuonzo Martin's club to the school's first-ever MVC regular-season title ... Notched 36 rebounds, 50 points and 4 blocks while connecting on 45-percent of his shots and seeing action in 29-of-35 ... Also had 5 dunks.
2009-10 Knocked down 54 points in 27 games and was second on the squad in field goal percentage (.541) ... Averaged 3.3 rebounds and 12 minutes over the last 4 games of the season ... Called upon for 12 minutes in CIT semis vs. Creighton (3/24/10) and had 2 points and 2 rebounds in win ... Earned first start of season in CIT quarterfinals vs. Louisiana Tech (3/22/10) and was 5-for-5 at the line with 4 rebounds and 7 points in season-high 15 minutes ... Made his first free throw in more than two months in CIT first-round win against Middle Tennessee (3/17/10) with 3 rebounds ... Played 14 minutes in MVC Tournament quarterfinals vs. Wichita State, collecting 4 rebounds and 2 points ... Earned 5 minutes off the bench at Illinois State (2/17/10) and scored a field goal while collecting a pair or rebounds ... Posted 4 points, including a dunk against #25 Northern Iowa (1/30/10) after not playing the previous three games ... Scored in third straight game with 2 points at Bradley (1/16/10) ... Scored 3 points and surpassed his 2008-09 scoring total (30 points) in win over Bradley (1/9/10) ... Was 2-for-2 at the FT line at UNI (1/3/10) and at Drake (1/12/10) ... Matched second-highest scoring total this season with 4 points in just 6 minutes in win at Evansville (12/29/09) ... Had 4 points and 2 rebounds, all in the first half, in win at Saint Louis (12/19/09) ... Posted 12 minutes in win over UT Martin (12/9/09) and was 2-for-4 from the field with career-high 2 blocks ... Snagged 6 boards in home win over UMES (11/20/09) ... Posted career-best 9 points in home win over Auburn (11/16/09) in 2009-10 season opener ... Also pumped in career-best 4-of-6 field goals against Auburn (11/16/09) and collected a pair of dunks ... Named to MVC Academic Honor Roll.
2008-09 Was third on the team in dunks (2) ... Had the first-ever dunk in JQH Arena (11/22/08) vs. Arkansas with four points off the bench with buckets on consecutive possessions ... Started his first college game and played 19 minutes in season opener at Auburn (11/14/08) ... Had five rebounds in win at Central Michigan (11/17/08) ... Had team-high 7 rebounds at UNI (1/10/09) in just 14 minutes ... Matched career high with 4 points and 4-of-6 free throws in win vs. Arkansas State (12/6/08) ... Collected 2 points and 2 rebounds in 5 minutes at UT Martin (2/21/09) in ESPNU BracketBusters game ... At Southern Illinois (1/29/09), he had 2 points and 3 rebounds. . . Played 7 valuable minutes vs. UNI (1/25/09), collecting his first steal, a layup and 2 rebounds ... Against Drake (1/21/09), he was in the team's starting lineup for the first time since the season opener at Auburn ... Got his third start in four games in loss at Creighton (2/1/09), collecting three rebounds with a block ... Grabbed six rebounds off the bench at Illinois State (1/18/09) ... Produced first 2 career assists and scored 3 points off the bench in team's home win over Wichita State (1/14/09) ... Saw 10 minutes at Evansville (1/7/09) in MVC debut and collected 4 points, 5 rebounds and a blocked shot in his first action in a seven-game span ... Missed the final game of the season with a fractured left foot suffered at Indiana State (2/28/09)..
High School Played in just 11 games during an injury-plagued senior season at Versailles High School for coach Kent Chamberlian ... Despite injury, he returned late in the season to help the Tigers to the district semifinals and earn second-team all-district honors ... Scored 30 points and grabbed 20 rebounds in his final prep game, dedicating the game to his mother who was hospitalized with cancer at the time ... Finished senior season with averages of 20 points, 10 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game ... He was a McDonald's All-American nominee and St. Louis River War All-Star Game selection ... Was Class 3 second-team all-state his junior year, while claiming first-team all-district, all-conference, all-Lake and KJBL all-star honors ... Averaged 19 points, nine rebounds and two blocks per game in 2006-07 ... Was also a starter his sophomore season, winning all-district, all-conference and all-Lake distinction with a 13-point scoring and six rebound average ... Was a reserve on Versailles' state final four team his freshman season in 2004-05 ... Graduated with a 3.98 grade-point average and ranked fourth in his senior class.
Personal Isaiah Lee Rhine was born 9/20/89 in Jefferson City, Mo. . . He is the son of Steve and Tanya Rhine of Versailles, Mo. . . Has a sister, Sara ... His mother Tanya was a track athlete at Iowa State ... His grandfather, Paul Twedt, played basketball and baseball at Drake ... Graduated in July 2011 with a degree in Language and Speech Pathology (3.85 GPA) ... Wears No. 50 as a tribute to his favorite player Tyler Hansbrough ... Chose Missouri State over Southern Illinois and Northern Iowa ... Nickname is Big Z ... Participated in team community service efforts at Boys and Girls Club, Just READ program, Champions Committed to Kids, The Kitchen and others.