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PL Ranking
 1. Bucknell 16-2(24-5) 
 2. Navy 14-4(21-8) 
 3. Army 12-6(21-8) 
 4. American 11-7(14-15) 
 5. Boston U. 11-7(13-16) 
 6. Colgate 7-11(10-19) 
 7. Loyola, MD 6-12(10-19) 
 8. Holy Cross 6-12(8-21) 
 9. Lehigh 5-13(10-19) 
 10. Lafayette 2-16(3-27) 

PL Men 2016-2017
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Claire DeBoer named Player of the Year (Photo: xosnetwork.com)

Points Per Game
 Maddie HOVREN
  Army
  (180-F-)
  Avg: 18.6
 1. Hovren, Army18.6 
 2. DeBoer, Bucknell16.3 
 3. Betz-White, Loyol.15.2 
 4. Mann, Lehigh15.0 
 5. Thomas-W., Holy C.13.9 
 6. Condie, Navy13.3 
 7. Manis, Holy Cross13.3 
 8. Kinneston, Ameri.13.0 
 9. Beaudry, Boston U.13.0 
 10. Curtis, Colgate12.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Maddie HOVREN
  Army
  (180-F-)
  Avg: 10.3
 1. Hovren, Army10.3 
 2. Slagus, Bucknell8.9 
 3. Murray, Army8.0 
 4. Manis, Holy Cross7.6 
 5. DeBoer, Bucknell7.4 
 6. Swett, Navy7.3 
 7. Gumbs, Lafayette7.3 
 8. Karcz, Loyola, MD6.4 
 9. Swart, Bucknell6.2 
 10. Daugherty, Loyol.6.2 
Assists Per Game
 Maria LIDDANE
  American
  (173-G-)
  Avg: 5
 1. Liddane, American5.0 
 2. Latham, Boston U.3.6 
 3. Hedstrom, Lehigh3.6 
 4. Dunham, Navy3.6 
 5. Betz-White, Loyol.3.5 
 6. McNeal, Army3.5 
 7. Kinneston, Ameri.3.4 
 8. Fenske, Navy3.3 
 9. Byrne, Holy Cross3.1 
 10. Lewis, Army3.1 
Steals Per Game
 Stephanie KARCZ
  Loyola, MD
  (180-G-)
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Karcz, Loyola, MD2.5 
 2. Swett, Navy2.5 
 3. McNeal, Army2.3 
 4. Kinneston, Ameri.2.3 
 5. Morris, Army2.2 
 6. Murray, Army2.0 
 7. Hovren, Army2.0 
 8. Byrne, Holy Cross1.9 
 9. Stipa, Lafayette1.9 
 10. Thomas-W., Holy C.1.7 
Blocks Per Game
 Sophie BEAUDRY
  Boston U.
  (196-C-94)
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Beaudry, Boston U.2.1 
 2. Hasenauer, Holy C.1.6 
 3. Clark, Navy1.6 
 4. Slagus, Bucknell1.5 
 5. Carl, American1.3 
 6. Ottewill-S., Lafay.1.3 
 7. Manis, Holy Cross1.1 
 8. Swart, Bucknell1.1 
 9. Thomas-W., Holy C.1.0 
 10. Daugherty, Loyol.0.9 


Bucknell University wins the USA PL 2016-2017 title (Photo: ucknellbison.com)

Bucknell University 2016-17
Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Roussell
Megan McGurk
McGurk
Claire DeBoer
DeBoer
Sune Swart
Swart
Kaitlyn Slagus
Slagus
Kate Walker
Walker
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
11  McGurk Megan 170 (5'7'') G 94 USA
12  DeBoer Claire 185 (6'1'') F 95 USA
41  Swart Sune 190 (6'3'') F 95 USA
2  English Kyi 165 (5'5'') PG 0 USA
50  Slagus Kaitlyn 188 (6'2'') F 97 USA
4  Hayes Gia 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
20  Walker Kate 183 (6'0'') G 0 USA
22  Mikkelsen Maegan 190 (6'3'') F 0 USA
13  Dumiak Rachel 180 (5'11'') G 0 USA
32  Romaine Catherine 188 (6'2'') F 96 USA
33  Richardson Carly 180 (5'11'') G 0 USA
40  Mack Ellie 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
54  Moore MK 196 (6'5'') F 0 USA
Head Coach: Aaron Roussell
Coach Assistant: Mike Lane
Coach Assistant: Martina Wood


Bucknell wins thrilling overtime battle with Navy to claim 2017 Patriot League Championship crown - Mar 14, 2017

It was a battle for the ages, as No. 1 Bucknell pulled out a thrilling 79-71 overtime victory against No. 2 Navy on Sunday at Sojka Pavilion to claim the 2017 Patriot League Women's Basketball Championship. The overtime barn burner was just the second championship game in Patriot League women's basketball history to need extra time to determine a champion. The first was in 1997 when No. 3 Lehigh defeated No. 5 Lafayette at Stabler Arena on March 6, 65-63.
Bucknell's win marks the seventh time in Patriot League history that an institution won both the men and women's tournament championship titles in the same season and first since Lehigh accomplished the feat in 2010.
Shots from downtown were a large part of the game's story line, as the Midshipmen shot a blistering 14-of-28 from long range. The Bison drained eight of their own and the two teams combined for 22 made from beyond the arc, setting a new Patriot League tournament record for most three-point field goals made by two teams in a game.
Navy started hot out of the gate, jumping out to a 10-0 lead that was capped off by a triple from junior Taylor Dunham (5'4''-G). The Mids took an 11-point lead on a trey from senior Sarita Condie (5'7''-G), 15-4, but the Bison slowly chipped their way out of the hole to make it a three-point deficit by the end of the first 10 minutes, 19-16.
A basket from beyond the arc by Bucknell sophomore Kate Walker (6'0''-G) tied the game at 19, and a layup from senior Sune Swart (6'3''-F-95) gave the home team their first lead of the game, 21-19. She added an and-one but Navy freshman Kaila Clark sunk a three to knot the game back up. After trading baskets, the Mids took a six-point lead with sophomore Bianca Roach (5'7''-G)'s triple but Bucknell senior Claire DeBoer (6'1''-F-95) made a pair at the line to cut the Bison's deficit to four at the break, 37-33.
DeBoer continued the momentum, opening the second half with five points from a jumper and a three-point field goal, to put the lead back in Bucknell's favor, 38-37. Dunham drained her second trey of the game to change the lead once again.
The lead changed hands one more time midway through the frame as a foul by Dunham sent DeBoer to the line, where the senior sank both. The Bison took at 54-50 lead into the final frame.
Once again, DeBoer opened the scoring for Bucknell with five points - a jumper and a trey - to give the Bison a seven-point lead, 59-52.
Navy cut Bucknell's lead down to one and tied the game two more times before tying it a third time on a triple from senior Ashanti Kennedy with nine seconds remaining and to ultimately send the game to overtime.
A 7-2 run to begin the extra frame by the Bison was enough cushion they needed before making three free throws to close out the 79-71 victory.
DeBoer, tournament MVP, was one point shy from tying the Patriot League tournament record of most points scored in a championship game with 30. She went 9-of-14 from the field, including a 5-of-6 mark from three-point range. She also hauled in a game-high 10 rebounds. Swart added 15 points and tied the Patriot League tournament record of most blocks in a championship game with five. She also grabbed six rebounds. Sophomore Kate Walker (6'0''-G) came off the bench and contributed 14 points, making 6-of-8 from the field including a pair of three-point field goals.
As a team, Navy finished with 14 three-point field goals, which was one shy of matching the Patriot League tournament record of three-pointers made in a game by a single team. With the 14 triples, the Mids finished with 26 three-point field goals in the tournament this year by one team, setting a new Patriot League tournament record. Condie led the way, making 4-of-5 from long range to finish with 16 points. Dunham was right behind with 14 points and a trio of treys.
In total, the lead changed on seven different occasions and the score was tied nine different times.
Bucknell is the Patriot League's automatic berth in the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament and will await their opponent, which will be announced during the selection show on Monday, March 13 at 7 p.m. on ESPN.
While Navy won't be competing in the big dance, the Mids will have a chance to make a postseason run in the WNIT.

Patriot League Tournament Final:
Bucknell - Navy 79-71, OT
Patriot League Tournament Semifinals:
Bucknell - American 69-57
Navy - Army West Point 54-53

Courtesy of Patriot League


All-Patriot League Awards 2017 - Mar 14, 2017

All-Patriot League 1st Team 2017
Maddie Hovren
Hovren
Sophie Beaudry
Beaudry
Claire DeBoer
DeBoer
Bri Betz-White
Betz-White
Sarita Condie
Condie

All-Tournament MVP: Claire DeBoer (6'1''-F-95) of Bucknell
Player of the Year: Claire DeBoer (6'1''-F-95) of Bucknell
Defensive Player of the Year: Aliyah Murray (5'10''-G) of Army
Rookie of the Year: Lauren Manis (6'1''-F) of Holy Cross
Coach of the Year: Aaron Roussell of Bucknell

1st Team
F: Maddie Hovren (5'11''-F) of Army
C: Sophie Beaudry (6'5''-C-94) of Boston U.
F: Claire DeBoer (6'1''-F-95) of Bucknell
G: Bri Betz-White (5'3''-G) of Loyola, MD
G: Sarita Condie (5'7''-G) of Navy

2nd Team
G: Emily Kinneston (5'8''-G) of American
G: Sarah Hope (5'7''-G-95) of Boston U.
F: Kaitlyn Slagus (6'2''-F-97) of Bucknell
G: Katie Curtis (5'6''-G) of Colgate
F: Lauren Manis (6'1''-F) of Holy Cross

3rd Team
F: Cecily Carl (6'3''-F) of American
G: Aliyah Murray (5'10''-G) of Army
F: Sune Swart (6'3''-F-95) of Bucknell
G: Quinci Mann (5'10''-G) of Lehigh
G: Taylor Dunham (5'4''-G) of Navy

All-Defensive Team
G: Emily Kinneston (5'8''-G) of American
G: Janae McNeal (5'9''-G) of Army
G: Aliyah Murray (5'10''-G) of Army
C: Sophie Beaudry (6'5''-C-94) of Boston U.
G: Stephanie Karcz (5'11''-G) of Loyola, MD
G: Justice Swett (5'8''-G) of Navy

All-Tournament Team
F: Claire DeBoer (6'1''-F-95) of Bucknell
F: Sune Swart (6'3''-F-95) of Bucknell
G: Sarita Condie (5'7''-G) of Navy
G: Emily Kinneston (5'8''-G) of American
F: Maddie Hovren (5'11''-F) of Army


 

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