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 2. Chris.Newport  
 3. Babson  
 4. Wisc.-River Falls  
 5. Ramapo  
 6. Middlebury  
 7. Marietta  
 8. Whitworth  
 9. Washington  
 10. Benedictine, IL  
 11. Neumann  
 12. Hanover  
 13. Rochester  
 14. Tufts  
 15. Lycoming  
 16. Salisbury St.  
 17. Susquehanna  
 18. Hope  
 19. Denison  
 20. St.Norbert  
 21. MIT  
 22. Wisc.-Whitewater  
 23. Guilford  
 24. New Jersey City  
 25. Swarthmore  
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1 Rezendes, UMass Dartmouth29.7 
 2 Bardsley, Neb. Wesleyan29.6 
 3 Lee, Medgar Evers29.1 
 4 Buchanon, Elms26.1 
 5 Sabin, Ripon25.9 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Monroe, Cabrini15.3 
 2 Hannah-Wornum, MCLA13.1 
 3 Faison, Salem St.13.0 
 4 Norris, Dubuque12.0 
 5 Lovell, Albertus Magnus11.9 
Assists Per Game
 1 Hurless, Ohio North.7.5 
 2 Fonville, Catholic7.0 
 3 Martin, LeTourneau6.6 
 4 Richardson, Ozarks6.6 
 5 Bevan, Ithaca6.5 
Steals Per Game
 1 Bess, Thiel3.7 
 2 Jernigan, J&W3.6 
 3 Hohm, Greenville3.5 
 4 Eggleston, Nichols3.4 
 5 O'Neill, St. Joseph's3.3 
Blocks Per Game
 1 Jones, H-Simmons4.1 
 2 Palleschi, Tufts3.8 
 3 Whitley, Methodist3.6 
 4 Brooks, Worcester St.3.5 
 5 Hannah-Wornum, MCLA3.4 

NCAA D3 Bracket 2017
Lyoming wins first MAC Commonealth title - Mar 4, 2016


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The fifth-seeded Lycoming Warriors defeated third-seeded Arcadia Knights, 78-73, to claim their first MAC Commonwealth men's basketball title. The Warriors won two conference titles while they were part of the MAC Freedom. Lycoming punched its ticket to the NCAA Division III Championship.
Lycoming (19-9) took a 16-point lead, 42-26, into halftime of the title game. Arcadia (18-10) outscored the Warriors in the second half, 47-36, but Lycoming was able to hold on for the 78-73 victory.
The Warriors' Alex Newbold (5'10''-PG) scored a game-high 17 points on 7-of-8 shooting from the field. Lycoming had four other players score in double figures including Chris Wallace (6'4''-F) (16), T.J. Duckett (6'3''-G) (15), Nykolas King (6'2''-G) (12) and David Johnson (5'9''-PG) (10).
Arcadia's Kyle Reilly (6'5''-G/F) scored a team-high 16 points. Three more Knights scored in double figures including Ryan Kelley (5'11''-PG) (14), John Landro (6'2''-G) (11) and Alex Cohen (6'3''-F) (11).

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MACC Tournament Final: Lycoming - Arcadia 78-73
MACC Tournament Semifinals:
Lycoming - Alvernia 69-53
Arcadia - Lebanon Valley 71-67
  



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