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Crown comes back to St. Paul: Toms win 82-76 - Mar 20, 2016


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Taylor Montero (6'4''-G) and Ryan Saarela (6'6''-F) made sure their final college basketball games were memorable ones. The St. Thomas senior forward and center combined for 53 points and 21 boards and propelled N. 8-ranked Tommies to an NCAA Division III championship with Saturday's 82-76 win over previously-unbeaten Benedictine (Ill.) in Salem, Va. The Tommies (30-3) won their second national crown in six years but first under fifth-year head coach John Tauer. UST built a double-digit lead in each of their contests during a 6-0 run through the Division III playoffs. St. Thomas eliminated the Nos. 18, 11, 1, 4 and 2 ranked teams over the last 15 days. In Saturday's victory, St. Thomas sank 50 percent from the floor, had only seven turnovers, knocked down 27 of 36 free throws and had a 36-32 rebunding edge. That offset Benedictine's 24-3 advantage in 3-point scoring. Taylor Montero scored a season-high 27 points -- one off his career high -- and added 11 rebounds while logging 37 minutes. Ryan Saarela's 26 points were his career high, and he added 10 rebounds for his 13th double double of the season. UST went 23-0 in games this season when Saarela scored in double figures. Junior guard Grant Shaeffer (6'0''-PG) added 14 points and played all 40 minutes. The Tommies led 37-32 at halftime and built the advantage to 12 points during the second half. Benedictine (31-1) pulled as close as 73-71 with 1:33 to go on Lucas Johnson (6'7''-F)'s dunk. Montero answered at the other end with a layup, then rebounded a missed BU shot. UST sank 7-of-10 free throws in the final 42 seconds to secure the NCAA title. St. Thomas made only three field goals in the last 8:30 but held off Benedictine with nine points at the foul line. Johnson led Benedictine with 21 points and 11 boatds. BU, playing in its first Final Four, shot 48 percent from the floor and had only 10 turnovers. The victory is St. Thomas' 17th national team championship and second in men's hoops. In the 2000s alone (last 17 seasons), St. Thomas has two NCAA crowns each in the sports of men's basketball, baseball and softball, plus one in volleyball.
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Pine Manor College set to name new Head Basketball Coach - 4 days ago
I have heard that DIII Pine Manor College (MA) will name Joe Chatman as their new head basketball coach. He will replace Rich Fazzi who recently took over at nearby Newbury College. Chatman is a Boston native who played collegiately at both UMass Lowell and Lesley College. He has most recently been an assistant coach at Boston English HS, and is also the director of the Boston Spartans (AAU). An official announcement about the hiring is expected shortly. This move will fill the final DIII...   [read more]

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Dernbach Named Interim Men's Basketball Head Coach at Wisconsin-La Crosse - 13 days ago
The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Intercollegiate Athletics Department has named Kent Dernbach as its interim men's basketball head coach for the 2017-18 season. He has served as associate head coach at UW-Stevens Point since 2011. Dernbach was the Pointers' interim head coach for the last 13 games of the 2016-17 season, leading the team to an 8-5 record. 'I could not be more excited to seize this unique opportunity and be named the next head men's basketball coach at UW-La Crosse,' s...   [read more]

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Grosodonia
Grosodonia Named Head Basketball Coach at St. John Fisher College - 13 days ago
The St. John Fisher College Athletics Department has announced that Mike Grosodonia II has been named the head coach of the men's basketball program following the announcement that Rob Kornaker will step down after nearly two decades at the helm. 'I would like to start by saying congratulations to Rob Kornaker on an unbelievable career,' stated Grosodonia, who will become just the fourth head coach in the program's storied history that began in 1963 under Hall-of-Famer Bobby Wanzer. 'Rob...   [read more]


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