Sign in
View: Mobile | Desktop
 
FOLLOW US:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn  RSS
Men Women
 USA basketball USA Basketball
Men Professional
Men College
High Schools

 Canadian basketball Canadian Hoops
Americas Events
World Events
Upcoming Events
May 19: Chicago (USA): ESL Chicago starts
Jun 9: Dallas (USA): ESL Dallas starts
Jun 23: Philadelphia (USA): ESL Philadelphia starts
Authors:


 
Carl Berman


 
Milord Nikolic
 
Rick Ross
 
Alan Waters
Join Us!!! We are looking for someone to help us cover NCAA1 women basketball. Please send us an e-mail.
  2016-2017     Previous season  

TheAAC Ranking
 1. Cincinnati 16-2(27-4) 
 2. Wichita St. 14-4(24-6) 
 3. Houston 14-4(24-6) 
 4. Tulsa 12-6(19-11) 
 5. Memphis 10-8(19-12) 
 6. Cent.Florida 9-9(18-12) 
 7. Temple 8-10(16-14) 
 8. Connecticut 7-11(1-17) 
 9. SMU 6-12(16-15) 
 10. Tulane 5-13(14-16) 
 11. E.Carolina 4-14(10-19) 
 12. S.Florida 3-15(10-21) 

TheAAC Women 2017-2018
Official Web Site

Points Per Game
 Jeremiah MARTIN
  Memphis
  (190-G-)
  Avg: 18.6
 1. Martin, Memphis18.6 
 2. Gray, Houston18.6 
 3. Adams, Connecticut18.2 
 4. Milton, SMU18.0 
 5. Frazier, Tulane15.9 
 6. Taylor, Cent.Florida15.9 
 7. Reynolds, Tulane15.1 
 8. Rose, Temple15.1 
 9. Vital, Connecticut15.0 
 10. Tyson, E.Carolina15.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 Gary CLARK
  Cincinnati
  (201-F-94)
  Avg: 8.5
 1. Clark, Cincinnati8.5 
 2. Etou, Tulsa7.9 
 3. Davis, Cent.Florida7.6 
 4. Barkley, E.Carolina7.5 
 5. Kelly, Wichita St.7.5 
 6. Fall, Cent.Florida6.9 
 7. Reynolds, Tulane6.3 
 8. Davenport, Memphis6.2 
 9. Davis, Houston6.2 
 10. Craig, E.Carolina6.2 
Assists Per Game
 Landry SHAMET
  Wichita .
  (193-G-97)
  Avg: 5.1
 1. Shamet, Wichita .5.1 
 2. Fleming, E.Carolina5.0 
 3. Adams, Connecticut4.8 
 4. Gray, Houston4.6 
 5. Taplin, Tulsa4.4 
 6. Milton, SMU4.4 
 7. Robinson, Houston3.8 
 8. Martin, Memphis3.8 
 9. Whitt, SMU3.5 
 10. Cornish, Tulane3.3 
Steals Per Game
 Jeremiah MARTIN
  Memphis
  (190-G-)
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Martin, Memphis2.2 
 2. Frazier, Tulane2.1 
 3. Whitt, SMU1.8 
 4. Adams, Connecticut1.6 
 5. Vital, Connecticut1.5 
 6. Rose, Temple1.5 
 7. Clark, Cincinnati1.5 
 8. Milton, SMU1.4 
 9. Barkley, E.Carolina1.4 
 10. Robinson, Houston1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Tacko FALL
  Cent.Florida
  (229-C-95)
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Fall, Cent.Florida1.9 
 2. Morris, Wichita St.1.5 
 3. Jeffries, Tulsa1.4 
 4. Washington, Cinci.1.4 
 5. Enechionyia, Temple1.4 
 6. Paul, Tulane1.3 
 7. Foster, SMU1.2 
 8. Craig, E.Carolina1.2 
 9. Davenport, Memphis1.2 
 10. Clark, Cincinnati1.2 


Cincinnati wins American Athletic Conference Championship 2018 (Photo: the AAC)

University of Cincinnati 2017-18
Mick Cronin Mick Cronin Cronin
Kyle Washington
Washington
Gary Clark
Clark
Jacob Evans III
Evans III
Jarron Cumberland
Cumberland
Justin Jenifer
Jenifer
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
24  Washington Kyle 206 (6'9'') F 93 USA
11  Clark Gary 201 (6'7'') F 94 USA
1  Evans III Jacob 198 (6'6'') G 97 USA
34  Cumberland Jarron 195 (6'5'') G 97 USA
3  Jenifer Justin 178 (5'10'') PG 95 USA
33  Brooks Nysier 211 (6'11'') C 96 USA
15  Broome Cane 183 (6'0'') PG 94 USA
20  Diarra Mamoudou 207 (6'10'') F 97 Mali
22  Nsoseme Eliel 206 (6'9'') F 97 DR Congo
31  Martin Sam 178 (5'10'') PG 98 USA
13  Scott Tre 203 (6'8'') F 96 USA
14  Bart Jackson 196 (6'5'') F 96 USA
32  Koz John 185 (6'1'') G 97 USA
2  Williams Keith 196 (6'5'') SG 98 USA
5  Moore Trevor 196 (6'5'') SF 99 USA
Head Coach: Mick Cronin
Coach Assistant: Darren Savino
Coach Assistant: George Jackson


Cincinnati wins American Athletic Conference Championship 2018 - Mar 11, 2018

Tournament Most Outstanding Player Gary Clark (6'7''-F-94) put Cincinnati ahead for good with a free throw with 4.3 seconds remaining and the eighth-ranked Bearcats held on Sunday for a 56-55 victory over No. 21 Houston in the Aaron's American Athletic Conference Championship at the Amway Center.
Clark finished with 20 points and the league regular-season champions rescued themselves for the second straight day with a stellar second-half performance, limiting Houston to 20 percent shooting and 18 points after halftime.
Cincinnati (30-4) earned The American's automatic berth in the NCAA Tournament with its first conference tournament championship since the Bearcats won Conference USA in 2004.
Houston (26-7), which split a pair of games against Cincinnati during the regular season, lost for just the third time in its last 15 games and is headed to the NCAA Tournament, too, along with Wichita State from The American.
Rob Gray (6'1''-G) led the Cougars with 17 points but missed a long 3-pointer in the closing seconds, then had a turnover that cost Houston a chance to try to win the game after Clark made one of two free throws after rebounding Gray's miss.
Corey Davis (6'1''-G), who had 15 points for Houston, went scoreless after helping the Cougars to a 37-35 halftime lead. Devin Davis (6'6''-F-95) added 13, including a jumper and layup that turned a one-point deficit into a 55-52 lead with 1:34 remaining.
Kyle Washington (6'9''-F-93)'s 3-pointer tied the game for the final time, setting the stage for a suspenseful finish.
Houston made just 6 of 30 shots in the second half. Gray finished six of 22 from the field after scoring 33 in the Cougars' victory over Wichita State in the semifinals. His unforced error, a wild pass behind teammate Galen Robinson (6'1''-G) Jr., sailed out of bounds with 1 second left.
Cincinnati didn't shoot the ball much better after halftime, going six for 18. That didn't stop the Bearcats from getting it done on the other end, though.
The Bearcats rallied from a 13-point halftime deficit to beat Memphis 70-60 in Saturday's semifinals, outscoring the Tigers 41-18 in the final 20 minutes.
Houston becomes the fourth team coach Kelvin Sampson has led to the NCAA Tournament, joining Washington State, Oklahoma and Indiana. The Cougars appeared in the NIT the past two seasons.
Cincinnati, meanwhile, will receive its eighth straight NCAA berth under coach Mick Cronin, who is in his 12th season with the Bearcats.

Courtesy of TheAmerican.org

AAC Tournament Final: Cincinnati - Houston 56-55
AAC Tournament Semifinals:
Cincinnati - Memphis 70-60
Wichita State - Houston 74-77


All-AAC Awards 2018 - Mar 11, 2018

All-AAC 1st Team 2018
Gary Clark
Clark
Jacob Evans III
Evans III
Rob Gray
Gray
Shaquille Morris
Morris
Landry Shamet
Shamet

All-Tournament MVP: Gary Clark (6'7''-F-94) of Cincinnati
Player of the Year: Gary Clark (6'7''-F-94) of Cincinnati
Rookie of the Year: Shawn Williams (6'0''-G-97) of E.Carolina
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Obi Enechionyia (6'10''-F) of Temple
Coach of the Year: Kelvin Sampson of Houston

1st Team
F: Gary Clark (6'7''-F-94) of Cincinnati
G: Jacob Evans III (6'6''-G-97) of Cincinnati
G: Rob Gray (6'1''-G) of Houston
C: Shaquille Morris (6'8''-C-94) of Wichita St.
G: Landry Shamet (6'4''-G-97) of Wichita St.

2nd Team
G: Jalen Adams (6'3''-G-95) of Connecticut
F: Junior Etou (6'8''-F-94) of Tulsa
G: Melvin Frazier (6'6''-G-96) of Tulane
G: Jeremiah Martin (6'3''-G) of Memphis
G: Shake Milton (6'6''-G-96) of SMU

Honorable Mention
A.J. Davis (6'9''-G/F-95) of Cent.Florida
Quinton Rose (6'8''-G-98) of Temple
Kyle Washington (6'9''-F-93) of Cincinnati

All-Tournament Team
F: Gary Clark (6'7''-F-94) of Cincinnati
F: Kyle Washington (6'9''-F-93) of Cincinnati
G: Rob Gray (6'1''-G) of Houston
G: Corey Davis (6'1''-G) of Houston
F: Kyvon Davenport (6'8''-F) of Memphis
G: Landry Shamet (6'4''-G-97) of Wichita St.

All-Rookie Team
F: Ethan Chargois (6'9''-F) of SMU
G: David Collins (6'4''-G) of S.Florida
G: Nate Pierre-Louis (6'4''-G) of Temple
F: Fabian White Jr. (6'7''-F) of Houston
G: Shawn Williams (6'0''-G-97) of E.Carolina


 

Site Map:
Usbasket.com Member Services: Other Basketball Sites:
Copyright (c) 1998-2018 Eurobasket Inc. Disclaimer

WARNING:
Do not copy, redistribute, publish or otherwise exploit information that you download from the site !
Do not encumber, license, modify, publish, sell, transfer or transmit, or in any way exploit, any of the content of the site, nor will you attempt to do so.