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NCAA D3 Bracket 2017
UT Dallas, Hardin-Simmons Picked As Division Favorites In Men's Basketball - Oct 31, 2016


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UT Dallas and Hardin-Simmons have been picked to win the 2017 American Southwest Conference East and West Division titles following a vote of the league's head coaches, sports information directors and select media members, the ASC office announced Tuesday (Oct. 18). UT Dallas (17-9 / 9-6 ASC) received 76 points and six first-place votes to lead the East Division. Coach Terry Butterfield and the Comets return several key players led by junior guard Caleb Banks. A first-team East Division selection, Banks led UTD in scoring (13.1), assists (5.6) and shot .412 from the field. Hardin-Simmons (19-11 / 8-6 ASC) was picked to win the West Division with 78 points and received nine first-place votes. HSU returns from a historic season. Coach Craig Carse led HSU to its first ASC championship and appearance in the NCAA tournament, advancing to the second round. HSU returns the bulk of its lineup led by senior center Justin Jones. Jones set the conference record for most blocks in a game (11) and in a season (122) and finished the year as the top shot-blocker in Division III. Four teams received first-place votes in the East Division indicating what could be a close race this season. East Texas Baptist (21-6 / 12-3 ASC), the defending East Division champions, came in a close second in the poll with 72 points and received the most first-place votes (7). The ASC championship runner-up Louisiana College (14-13 / 8-7 ASC), was picked third with 51 points and received one first-place vote followed closely by LeTourneau (12-14 / 8-7 ASC) in fourth with 46 points and one first-place vote. In the West Division, Sul Ross State (16-10 / 10-4) was tabbed second with 69 points and received five first-place votes. Coach Cliff Carroll led the Lobos to their first division title since 2005. SRSU brings back two award winners from last season - junior center Caleb Thomasson (6'7''-C), the West Division Newcomer of the Year and sophomore forward Brock Anders (6'4''-F), the West Division Freshman of the Year. The 2017 ASC Men's Basketball Watch List is composed of players nominated by the head coaches and returns two all-conference selections, 11 all-division recipients and five award winners. Leading the list of returning players is Ozarks senior forward Josh Berard who led the ASC in scoring (24.0) and ranked 12th in Division III. The 2017 season marks the 21st in league history. Regular season play begins November 12. The three-day, eight-team, single-elimination conference tournament is slated for February 23-25 at the site of the East Division No. 1 seed. The ASC Championship Tournament features the top four seeds from both divisions. An automatic berth into the NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Championship will be on the line.
Courtesy of: ascsports.com   




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Late Comeback Keys Mitchell's 2OT Win Over Salve Regina - 2 days ago
Mitchell College overcame a late deficit in regulation and hung on in double overtime for a 121-118 victory over Salve Regina University on Tuesday night in non-conference men's basketball action at the Yarnall Athletic Center. The Mariners trailed by eight with 34 seconds remaining in regulation but rallied back with a trio of three-pointers to send the game into extra time. Mitchell led by three in the first overtime before Salve Regina's Rodney Morton (6'2''-G) tied the score again wit...   [read more]

Max Hummel
Hot three-point shooting propels Bates men's basketball to 88-74 win over Husson - 8 days ago
The Bates men's basketball team made eight of 15 three-point shots and junior Max Hummel (6'4''-G) didn't miss a shot on his way to a game-high 22 points in the Bobcats' 88-74 win over Husson Tuesday night at Alumni Gymnasium. Despite trailing 34-32 at halftime, Bates (4-1) handed the Eagles (4-1) their first loss of the year thanks to a dominating performance in the second half. With 9:35 remaining in the game and the score tied at 55, junior Eli Frater (Brooklyn, N.Y.) hit a jumper to p...   [read more]

Joey
Flanagan
Ithaca Outlasts Cortland in 86-84 Thriller - 16 days ago
Five different players reached double digits in points and head coach Jim Mullins won his 300th career game as the Ithaca College men's basketball team came out on top of an 86-84 back-and-forth showdown with SUNY Cortland on Tuesday evening inside Ben Light Gymnasium. With the win, Ithaca improves to 2-1 on the season, while Cortland drops to 2-1. Cortland jumped out to 17-6 lead just 6:34 into the contest, but Ithaca battled back to secure its first advantage of the game at 18-17 on a p...   [read more]


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