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TOP25 Standings
 1. MidAmerica Ch. 0-0 (0-0) 
 2. Georgetown, KY 0-0 (6-0) 
 3. William Penn 1-0 (5-0) 
 4. Biola, CA 0-0 (3-0) 
 5. LSU-Alexandria 0-0 (5-0) 
 6. Columbia, MO 0-0 (7-0) 
 7. Talladega 0-0 (4-4) 
 8. MidAmerica Naz. 0-0 (3-2) 
 9. Carroll, MT 0-0 (5-0) 
 10. William Carey 0-0 (3-1) 
 11. Campbellsville 0-0 (4-1) 
 12. Dillard 0-0 (4-1) 
 13. Westmont 0-0 (4-0) 
 14. Our Lady Lake 0-0 (1-0) 
 15. Lewis-Clark St. 0-0 (0-0) 
 16. Park 0-0 (4-2) 
 17. Hope International 0-0 (1-0) 
 18. Oklahoma City 0-0 (1-0) 
 19. Pikeville 0-0 (11-0) 
 20. Texas Wesleyan 0-0 (6-0) 
 21. Lindsey Wilson 0-0 (9-1) 
 22. Faulkner 0-0 (2-1) 
 23. Cent.Methodist 0-1 (4-1) 
 24. LSU-Shreveport 0-0 (4-0) 
 25. Xavier, LA 0-0 (0-0) 
Full Standings
Top 25 Ranking
 1. St.Francis, IL  
 2. Ind.Wesleyan  
 3. Davenport  
 4. Briar Cliff  
 5. St.Francis, IN  
 6. Kaiser  
 7. Idaho Coll.  
 8. Cornerstone  
 9. IU East  
 10. Tabor  
 11. Union, KY  
 12. NW Christian  
 13. Robert Morris  
 14. Dakota St.  
 15. St.Thomas, FL  
 16. Bethel, IN  
 17. York, NB  
 18. Warner Pacific  
 19. Warner  
 20. Indiana Tech  
 21. Midland  
 22. St.Xavier  
 23. Rochester, MI  
 24. Bellevue  
 25. Dakota Wesleyan  
Points Per Game
 Warren HALL
  Avg: 31.8
 1. Hall, Warner31.8 
 2. Greenberg, St.Mary.31.4 
 3. Buie, Oklahoma S&A29.6 
 4. Kooima, Northwes.27.8 
 5. Hunt, Southwes.24.8 
 6. Yellow Owl, Oregon24.7 
 7. Jackson, Ohio C.23.4 
 8. Lee, Cent.Met.22.8 
 9. Stowers, Maria.22.5 
 10. Paschke, Coll.of22.5 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 13
 1. Kirschbaum, Trinity13.0 
 2. Bridgeforth, Wash..12.8 
 3. Jones, William Penn12.1 
 4. Johnson, Purdue NW11.6 
 5. Bowen, Grace Coll.11.5 
 6. Washington, Holy C.11.1 
 7. Coffey, Georgeto.10.9 
 8. Galloway, Judson10.8 
 9. Newby, Union, KY10.6 
 10. Steigenga, Corner.10.6 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 8.3
 1. Martin, Dakota W.8.3 
 2. Smith, Texas W.7.7 
 3. Rajahpillay, Point7.3 
 4. Jones, Wiley7.2 
 5. Hewitt, St.Thoma.6.9 
 6. Moore, Hastings6.6 
 7. Young, St.6.5 
 8. Morgan, Idaho C.6.4 
 9. Long, Northern NM6.4 
 10. Ellison III, Will.6.1 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 3.4
 1. Miller, Governors3.4 
 2. Hewitt, St.Thoma.3.0 
 3. Smith, Texas W.2.9 
 4. Brown, SUNO2.8 
 5. Walker, St.Thoma.2.6 
 6. Williams, SAGU2.5 
 7. Samuel, Cumberla.2.4 
 8. Robinson, St.Thoma.2.4 
 9. McCullough, E.Ore.2.3 
 10. Larkin, Bethany,2.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Louis TIMMS
  Avg: 4
 1. Timms, Wayland4.0 
 2. Bridgeforth, Wash..3.7 
 3. Lamb, Warner3.2 
 4. Vander Sluis, Corn.3.1 
 5. Jackson, IU South.3.0 
 6. Kirschbaum, Trinity2.9 
 7. Randall, MidAmeri.2.6 
 8. Townes, Bluefield2.6 
 9. Sylvester, LSU-Ale.2.5 
 10. Hexom, Peru St.2.5 
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12/8/2016 (Regular Season)

Tabor 50% Dec.8 McPherson
Langston 61% Dec.8 LSU-Alexa (5)
Southwest 96% Dec.8 LSU-Shrev (24)
Eagles build big lead, hold off Tornadoes 64-48 - Dec 12, 2012

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MONTGOMERY, Ala. Faulkner raced to an early double-digit advantage and never looked back, holding off a Talladega comeback effort in the second half en route to a 64-48 victory here Tuesday night in a non-conference matchup at Tine Davis Gymnasium.

The 21st-ranked Eagles rode an 18-2 stretch in the opening eight minutes to build a 20-9 lead, and the Tornadoes never got closer than nine points the rest of the way. Talladega did trim a 16-point deficit to nine with six minutes left, but Faulkner answered with seven in a row to end the Tornadoes' upset hopes.

"I know I sound like a broken record, but it's still true - we just haven't played well and with energy in a long time," Faulkner head coach Jim Sanderson said. "I don't know what it is, but it looks like we've got one foot already into the holiday break. Again, we have so many things we need to improve on."

Junior transfer Terrance Glass had 13 points, his most in a Faulkner uniform, to pace the Eagles, while Cyrille Sandjon added 12. Roman Vaughn was the only double-digit scorer for Talladega, finishing with 10 points. Phillip Wood (6'2''-G), who entered the game averaging 17 points a game for the Tornadoes, was held to six by the Eagles' defense.

Faulkner shot a scorching 55 percent from the field, while Talladega managed to make only 30 percent of its shots. The Eagles also outrebounded the Tornadoes 38-28, despite giving up 13 offensive boards.

Faulkner hosts Freed-Hardeman Saturday afternoon at 4 at Tine Davis Gymnasium.
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William Woods Defeats Harris-Stowe, 71-62, in overtime - 4 days ago

Harris-Stowe State University hit a three-pointer with four seconds left in the second half to force overtime against William Woods University Men's Basketball team on Sunday Afternoon. The Owls outscored the Hornets by nine in overtime to come away with its seventh victory of the season, 71-62. Trey Mitchell (6'5''-F) led a trio of Owls in double-figures with 19 points in the contest. Coming off the bench, Brandon Vice (6'8''-F) added 17 points and Jonny Woolf (6'2''-G) scored 14 to roun...   [read more]
Martin Methodist RedHawks Fall to No. 19 Pikeville - 15 days ago

PULASKI, Tenn. - The Martin Methodist Men's Basketball team saw a 10-point second half lead slip away in a hard-fought 74-67 defeat to No. 19 University of Pikeville (Ky.) at the SSAC/Mid-South Men's Basketball Challenge in the Curry Christian Life Center. After trailing by as many as nine points in the first half, the RedHawks (4-1) rallied back to take a 36-31 lead at halftime. In the second half, the RedHawks continued to control the pace of the game and eventually built their le...   [read more]

Four score in double digits as Cumberland beat Freed-Hardeman - 15 days ago

Four players scored in double digit figures to lead Cumberland to a 87-71 victory over Freed-Hardeman on Tuesday at the Dallas Floyd Recreation Center. Diondrey Holt (6'0''-G) Jr. netted 21 points, Jamonte Graham (6'1''-G) added 18 while Joseph Wilbert collected 12 and Delaryn Dodd (6'8''-F) recorded 10 for the Phoenix. The Phoenix (3-4) led 34-23 going into the first half as Graham, Wilbert and Cameron Johnson had six points each. Marquel Hickerson (6'3''-G) went 2-for-3 at the line and...   [read more]

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