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 1. LSU-Alexandria  
 2. William Penn  
 3. Dalton St.  
 4. Carroll, MT  
 5. Hope International  
 6. Columbia, MO  
 7. Dillard  
 8. Masters  
 9. Life  
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 Warren HALL
  Warner
  (188-G-)
  Avg: 29.9
 1. Hall, Warner29.9 
 2. Greenberg, St.Mary.28.6 
 3. Minton, Presenta.27.1 
 4. Buie, Oklahoma S&A27.0 
 5. Hunt, Southwes.24.5 
 6. Kooima, Northwes.23.9 
 7. Dunn, Ky Christian23.9 
 8. Jackson, Ohio C.23.7 
 9. Murdock, Friends22.5 
 10. Reed, Olivet N.22.4 
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 Torren JONES
  William Penn
  (206-F-94)
  Avg: 12.3
 1. Jones, William Penn12.3 
 2. Mayernik, NW Chris.12.1 
 3. Galloway, Judson11.7 
 4. Taylor, Marygrove11.5 
 5. Mcclenton, Kaiser11.2 
 6. Kirschbaum, Trinity .11.1 
 7. Hoover, Ohio C.10.8 
 8. Kinney, Campbell.10.6 
 9. Vander-Sluis, Cornerst.10.6 
 10. Standfield, Middle G.10.6 
Assists Per Game
 Michael BUSH
  Huntington
  (170-PG-)
  Avg: 10.2
 1. Bush, Huntington10.2 
 2. Martin, Dakota W.8.4 
 3. Smith, Texas W.7.5 
 4. Whittaker, Kaiser6.9 
 5. Macon, Warner6.5 
 6. Carter, Tabor6.5 
 7. Hewitt, St.Thoma.6.3 
 8. Hightower, Dillard6.3 
 9. Jones, Wiley6.2 
 10. Rajahpillay, Point P.6.2 
Steals Per Game
 Jontrell HERMAN
  J.and W.
  (175-PG-)
  Avg: 2.9
 1. Herman, J.and W.2.9 
 2. Macon, Warner2.6 
 3. Landis, Life2.6 
 4. Brown, SUNO2.5 
 5. Hewitt, St.Thoma.2.5 
 6. Miller, Governors St.2.4 
 7. Robinson, St.Thoma.2.3 
 8. Ellison-III, William.2.3 
 9. Smith, Texas W.2.3 
 10. George, Carlow2.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Tyrone HAUGHTON
  St.Thoma.
  (206-C-93)
  Avg: 3.5
 1. Haughton, St.Thoma.3.5 
 2. McGaughy, Dillard3.4 
 3. Bridgeforth, Wash.Adv.3.0 
 4. Timms, Wayland .2.8 
 5. Smith, Oklahoma City2.7 
 6. Randall, MidAmeri.2.6 
 7. Townes, Bluefield2.5 
 8. Jackson, IU South.2.5 
 9. Brown, Lindsey Wilson2.4 
 10. Franks, Jarvis C.2.4 
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Wolf Pack falls to Martin Methodist 89-79 in final game of Tennessee road trip - Jan 17, 2017


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The Loyola University New Orleans men's basketball team looked to wrap up its four-game Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC) road trip on Monday with a matchup against the (RV) Martin Methodist inside the Curry Christian Life Center. After two victories in dramatic fashion against Mobile and Bethel, the men's squad looked to end the long road swing at 3-1. Hot shooting from the home team and missed free throws plagued the Wolf Pack throughout the ballgame, leading to an 89-79 defeat on the road against the Redhawks. The loss puts Loyola at 12-5 overall and 5-3 in SSAC games. A layup by Johnny Griffin (6'5''-G/F) Jr. put the Wolf Pack on top 9-5 in the first four minutes of the opening half. The home team responded with back-to-back three pointers by the duo of Broderick and Toderick Davis (6'3''-G) to regain the lead 11-9 over the next 60 seconds of play. Nick Parker tied the game at 11 all with a jumper from the perimeter at the 14:32 mark of the first half. Loyola found itself trailing 27-19 with 9:16 to go until halftime, until a 10-0 run capped off with a layup by Griffin Jr. gave the visitors the 29-27 advantage with 6:26 on the game clock. The two-point lead did not last long, as Broderick Davis (6'3''-G) once again responded with a three pointer to give his team the one-point lead (30-29) with 5:53 to go until intermission. Both teams would battle back and forth for the lead over the final five minutes of the half. A three pointer from the home team gave them the four point advantage at 46-42 over the Wolf Pack heading into the locker rooms. It was an offensive exhibition for both teams in the first half. Loyola connected on 48.7% shooting from the floor (18-of-37) and 40% (4-of-10) shooting from beyond the arc. Trey LaForge led the individual effort for his team, scoring 10 points in the first half. The Redhawks shot 41.7% (15-of-36) from the floor and connected on 70% (7-of-10) of their shots from beyond the arc. The game was knotted at 52-52 at the 15:00 mark of the second period. A jump hook in the middle of the paint gave the Wolf Pack the slim edge at 55-53 over the next two minutes of play. That was the largest lead for Loyola at any point in the second half, as the Redhawks went on an 18-5 scoring run, spearheaded by the sharp shooting of the Davis duo. The Wolf Pack would only come within seven points the rest of the way, as Martin Methodist cruised to an 89-79 win. Loyola struggled from the field in the second half, shooting just 14-of-36 (39%) from the field and 1-of-12 (0.83%) from beyond the arc. The team also struggled from the charity stripe, only managing 10-of-21 (47.6%) from the foul line. Jalen Gray led the way for the Wolf Pack with 18 points and six rebounds. Griffin Jr. and LaForge both chipped in 14 points apiece in the road loss. The duo of Broderick and Toderick Davis had 25 and 19 points, respectively for Martin Methodist in the victory. Loyola will return to First NBC Court for a matchup against No. 18 William Carey College on Thursday, Jan. 19. Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m. on Thursday evening.
Courtesy of: sportsnola.com   



NBA Coach and Analyst Jeff Van Gundy to Speak at Carroll College (MT) - 23 days ago
HELENA, Mont. - Former New York Knicks and Houston Rockets head coach and current ESPN/ABC NBA Analyst Jeff Van Gundy will come to Carroll as a speaker at the annual men's basketball fundraising banquet. "We're thrilled to welcome Coach Jeff Van Gundy, the NBA game's best color commentator, to Carroll College and Helena, Montana for our September 22 men's basketball dinner," head coach Carson Cunningham said. "How cool that a basketball figure of such worldwide renown is willing to take...   [read more]

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Jon Nevol Named Head Basketball Coach at Blue Mountain College - 24 days ago
Jonathan Nevol was introduced at a news conference Friday as the new head men's basketball coach at Blue Mountain College. Nevol heads to BMC from Jones County Junior College (Miss.), where he helped lead the Bobcats this past season to state and regional titles and a Sweet 16 appearance in the NJCAA National Tournament. 'Being named the head coach at Blue Mountain College is more than a blessing,' Nevol said. 'I'm astonished and I have to give credit to the Most High God. I prayed and ke...   [read more]

J.D. Parker
Parker Resigns as Head Basketball Coach at Blue Mountain College - 25 days ago
After seven years of overseeing the Blue Mountain College Men's Basketball team, J.D. Parker has stepped down from his position. Parker will return to his native Arkansas where he will take over as the head basketball coach at Wynne High School. Parker leaves as the winningest coach in BMC basketball history, chalking up 65 total wins. During the 2016-2017 campaign, his Toppers won 13 games with wins over NCAA Division I teams Arkansas-Pine Bluff and Jackson State and an appearance in the...   [read more]


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