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TOP25 Standings
 1. LSU-Alexandria 19-1 (28-3) 
 2. Georgetown, KY 13-3 (25-3) 
 3. Talladega 11-1 (22-4) 
 4. Texas Wesleyan 15-4 (24-8) 
 5. Hope International 13-3 (26-4) 
 6. Lewis-Clark St. 14-4 (26-4) 
 7. Pikeville 12-4 (25-4) 
 8. Biola, CA 14-2 (26-5) 
 9. Freed-Hardeman 18-4 (24-8) 
 10. MidAmerica Naz. 17-5 (23-8) 
 11. William Penn 17-5 (24-6) 
 12. Columbia, MO 18-4 (28-7) 
 13. Langston 17-3 (23-6) 
 14. MidAmerica Ch. 11-4 (19-8) 
 15. Ariz.Christian 10-6 (21-8) 
 16. Our Lady Lake 16-5 (21-10) 
 17. Park 17-5 (19-8) 
 18. Peru St. 17-5 (22-13) 
 19. William Carey 14-5 (23-11) 
 20. Cumberland 5-12 (12-22) 
 21. Carroll, MT 13-5 (20-10) 
 22. William Jessup 10-6 (18-10) 
 23. Montana-West 12-7 (25-23) 
 24. Westmont 9-7 (20-10) 
 25. Dillard 8-4 (17-12) 
Last:3/4/2016
Top 25 Ranking
 1. St.Francis, IL  
 2. St.Francis, IN  
 3. Davenport  
 4. Briar Cliff  
 5. Ind.Wesleyan  
 6. Tabor  
 7. Kaiser  
 8. Cornerstone  
 9. Union, KY  
 10. Warner  
 11. Tenn Wesleyan  
 12. NW Christian  
 13. Bethel, IN  
 14. S.Oregon  
 15. Indiana Tech  
 16. Warner Pacific  
 17. Mt.Mercy  
 18. Dakota Wesleyan  
 19. Olivet Nazarene  
 20. Nebr.Wesleyan  
 21. Valley City St.  
 22. Rochester, MI  
 23. Southwestern, KS  
 24. Cal Maritime  
 25. Bellevue  
Last:3/1/2016
Points Per Game
 Brandon COLE
  Bryan
  (188-C/F-)
  Avg: 29.2
 1. Cole, Bryan29.2 
 2. Bardsley, Nebr.Wes.28.8 
 3. Sims, Peru St.27.1 
 4. Greenberg, St.Mary.25.9 
 5. Buie, Oklahoma S&A25.8 
 6. Atkins, W.Virgin.24.6 
 7. Hall, Warner24.4 
 8. Burnett, Davenport24.1 
 9. Larson, Olivet N.23.2 
 10. Clark, Southwes.22.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Kentrell WASHINGTON
  E.Ore.
  (193-G-)
  Avg: 12.5
 1. Washington, E.Ore.12.5 
 2. Stephens, Lindenw.12.2 
 3. Harrison, Freed-Ha.11.8 
 4. Fox, St.Francis, IN11.4 
 5. Lynn, Brewton-.11.2 
 6. Still, SW Chris.11.1 
 7. Standfield, Middle11.1 
 8. Cole, Bryan11.1 
 9. McWhorter, Georget.10.5 
 10. Jones, Culver S.10.5 
Assists Per Game
 Nick SYRIE
  MidAmeri.
  (180-PG-)
  Avg: 8
 1. Syrie, MidAmeri.8.0 
 2. Forhetz, Freed-Ha.7.6 
 3. Brown, SUNO6.7 
 4. Watson, Park6.5 
 5. Martin, Dakota W.6.3 
 6. Morgan, Idaho C.6.3 
 7. Harrington, Missou.6.3 
 8. Alexander, SAGU6.2 
 9. Langley, Brescia,.6.1 
 10. Marlin, Ind.Wesle.5.9 
Steals Per Game
 Sedrick JOHNSON
  Avila
  (185-G-)
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Johnson, Avila2.7 
 2. Smith, Vanguard2.6 
 3. Hightower, Dillard2.3 
 4. Suarez, J.and W.2.3 
 5. Walker, St.Thoma.2.2 
 6. Burnett, Davenport2.2 
 7. Dunklin, San D.2.2 
 8. Bardsley, Nebr.Wes.2.1 
 9. Springer, LSU-Shre.2.1 
 10. Morgan, Idaho C.2.1 
Blocks Per Game
 Tyler ROGERS
  Alice Lloyd
  (206-F-)
  Avg: 4.1
 1. Rogers, Alice Lloyd4.1 
 2. Morris, Brescia,.3.1 
 3. Monroe, Southwes.2.9 
 4. Brown, SUNO2.8 
 5. Sylvester, LSU-Ale.2.8 
 6. Lyals, Webber I.2.7 
 7. Buckley, Texas W.2.7 
 8. Williams, Park2.7 
 9. Towns, Bluefield2.6 
 10. Smith, Florida2.5 
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Eagles Turn Steals Into Win - Dec 12, 2012


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Quinton Wood
WALESKA, Ga. - Reinhardt's men's basketball team scored 34 points off turnovers as the Eagles avenged an early-season loss with a, 96-88, victory over Truett-McConnell at the Brown Athletic Center Tuesday night.

"I'll take forcing 25 turnovers and the other team getting only 11 assists any day," said RU head coach Jason Gillespie . "We were able to add some new faces to the mix tonight, and they stepped up for us."

One of those new faces was Luke Joseph (6'8''-F), who grabbed a team-high 11 rebounds, including six on the offensive glass. For the game, the Eagles out-rebounded Truett-McConnell, 46-41.

Quinton Wood (5'11''-G-90), William Reid, and Tanner Reno all scored in double-figures for the Eagles, as each man drained at least three 3-pointers. As a team, RU knocked down 13 shots from beyond the arc in the contest.

The Eagles led, 46-37, heading into the locker room and built the lead as high as a dozen before the Bears (2-9) rallied to cut the lead to just one, 82-81, with 3:30 to go. After a defensive stop by the Eagles, Matt Porter grabbed an offensive rebound off a Wood miss and flipped a behind-the-back pass to Reno in the corner for an open look. The money ball was cashed in by the Eagles to stretch the lead to four. Just seconds later, Wood came away with a steal and was fouled. The junior stepped to the line and knocked down both shots to get RU's lead back to six with 1:58 to go.

After two free-throws by TMC, the Eagles would connect on the knock-out blow as Reid drained a 3-pointer with 98 seconds left to give RU a seven-point lead, 90-83. The lead would swell as high as 10 before Anthony Dorsey of TMC scored the last two of his game-high 39 points in the waning seconds to complete the scoring in the contest.

Reinhardt also dominated in second-chance scoring, getting 25 points off of offensive rebounds. As a team, the Eagles had 25 offensive rebounds for the game, compared to just eight for TMC.

Reinhardt will have a week off before hosting Southern Poly on Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. as part of a doubleheader with the RU women's team.
Courtesy of: http://www.reinhardteagles.com
  




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