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
Authors:


 
Moritz Korff
Join Us!!! We are looking for someone to help us cover NCAA3 basketball. Please send us an e-mail.
Men Women
NCAA III Conferences
 AMCC
 ASC
 CAC
 CC
 CCC
 CCIW
 CSAC
 CUNY
 Empire8
 GNAC
 HCAC
 HVIAC
 IIAC
 Indep3
 Landmark
 LEC
 Liberty
 MASCAC
 MAtlC
 MIAA
 MIAC
 MWC
 NAC
 NACC
 NCAC
 NEAC
 NECC
 NESCAC
 NEWMAC
 NJAC
 NWC
 OAC
 ODAC
 PAC
 SAA
 SCAC
 SCIAC
 Skyline
 SLIAC
 SUNYAC
 UAA
 UMAC
 USASouth
 WIAC
NCAA III Conferences
 AMCC
 ASC
 CAC
 CC
 CCC
 CCIW
 CSAC
 CUNY
 Empire8
 GNAC
 GSAC
 HCAC
 HVIAC
 IIAC
 Indep3
 Landmark
 LEC
 Liberty
 MASCAC
 MAtlC
 MIAA
 MIAC
 MWC
 NAC
 NACC
 NCAC
 NEAC
 NECC
 NESCAC
 NEWMAC
 NJAC
 NWC
 OAC
 ODAC
 PAC
 SAA
 SCAC
 SCIAC
 Skyline
 SLIAC
 SUNYAC
 UAA
 UMAC
 USASouth
 WIAC

Top 25 Ranking
 1. Whitman  
 2. Augustana, IL  
 3. Williams  
 4. Hanover  
 5. Ramapo  
 6. Tufts  
 7. Babson  
 8. Middlebury  
 9. Washington  
 10. Wisc.-River Falls  
 11. Wisc.-Whitewater  
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1 Sabin, Ripon30.7 
 2 Omanovic, Lasell28.0 
 3 Waples, Penn St.-Berks26.8 
 4 Feehan, Eureka26.7 
 5 Anderson, Husson26.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Monroe, Cabrini15.8 
 2 Johnson, Gordon15.0 
 3 Greening, Pitt.-Bradford14.3 
 4 Walters, Albertus Magnus13.4 
 5 Rapoza, Anna Maria12.7 
Assists Per Game
 1 Fenton, Wheelock9.8 
 2 Schettino, Staten Island9.2 
 3 Rapp, Emory8.5 
 4 Morgan, Mitchell8.2 
 5 Richey, Cal Lutheran7.5 

NCAA D3 Bracket 2017
Alvernia Preparing For Exhibition At Central Connecticut State - Oct 31, 2016


POSTED BY:
EUROBASKET NEWS
  follow us on Facebook Twitter


Mike Miller
Class will be back in session next Friday evening when the teacher meets pupil at Detrick Gymnasium on the campus of Central Connecticut State University. Alvernia University head men's basketball coach Mike Miller -the teacher-takes his team north to CCSU to face the Blue Devils under the direction of first-year head coach Donyell Marshall (6'6''-F)-the pupil-at CCSU on Friday, November 4, at 7:00 p.m. Marshall entered the role of pupil in the summer after his ninth grade year at Reading High. He developed into the key part of Miller's first team at Reading starting in the 1988-89 season. "I got the job in the summer he was going into 10th grade," said Miller of his start at Reading High. "My first trip to meet him, he was in the Glenside Projects and he had a Charles Barkley shirt on. So I grabbed him and said 'hey, we're going to have a summer league.' The first game is in Exeter and one of the first plays he has a dunk out of nowhere." Marshall was a member of the junior high team in eighth and ninth grades and didn't make the high school varsity team until his sophomore year of high school. "My first impression was we have a lot of work to do, but if you show up and put in the time you're going to be good in school and let's see how far basketball can take you," continued Miller. "That's what I always preached to him. Put in the time school wise and in basketball, and ever since then he has done that no matter what." Marshall's work started to pay off as a Berks County Champions, then as a McDonald's All-American and interest from college coaches as a top recruit in the nation. He decided on the University of Connecticut where his continued efforts paid off as an All-American at the college level and the fourth overall pick in the 1994 NBA draft. His NBA career spanned 15 seasons with eight different teams finishing at home in Philadelphia. "No matter what he's wanted to do, he has put in the work to get there," said Miller. "That's what I'm most proud of. And for him to first think of me, and Reading, and Alvernia, and for us to have the opportunity to play against him in his first college coaching game, that means an awful lot to me." Marshall was named the 10th head coach at CCSU on April 6, and shortly thereafter put in a call to Miller inviting him up to open the Blue Devils season in an exhibition. "I'm looking forward to coaching against Alvernia and Coach Miller and my son Marquis," said Marshall. "It will be kind of like the student going against the mentor and I am excited about that." Marquis Marshall (6'6''-F) transferred to Alvernia for his junior season and plays along side Miller's son Mike Miller , Jr. Continuing the family theme, Donyell Marshall's youngest son, Donyell, Jr. is a freshman forward for the Blue Devils. Following the exhibition, CCSU tips off the regular season the following Friday hosting Harford College. Alvernia's regular season opens on November 15 when the Crusaders host Wesley College.
Courtesy of: alvernia.edu   




Max Hummel
Hot three-point shooting propels Bates men's basketball to 88-74 win over Husson - 6 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 - 14 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]

Dakpe Yiljep
Rupkus leads Skidmore past Plattsburgh 88-62 - 22 days ago
The Skidmore College men's basketball team led wire-to-wire, opening the home portion of the schedule with a dominating 88-62 victory over Plattsburgh, in non-conference action at the Williamson Sports Center Monday night. The Thoroughbreds start the season 3-0 for the second straight year. Plattsburgh falls to 0-2. Skidmore feasted on the defensive end, forcing 19 Plattsburgh turnovers with 14 steals, scoring 20 points off turnovers. They also held Plattsburgh to just 33.9 percent shooti...   [read more]


1 | 2 | 3
Ohio Northern nearly pulls off the upset in 72-62 in an exhibition game loss at NCAA Division I Toledo - 28 days ago  
Scots Put Forth Strong Effort Against Kent State - 1 month ago  
Brandon Adair: From D3 champion to NBA referee - 1 month ago  
Pine Manor College set to name new Head Basketball Coach - 2 months ago  
Dernbach Named Interim Men's Basketball Head Coach at Wisconsin-La Crosse - 2 months ago  
Grosodonia Named Head Basketball Coach at St. John Fisher College - 2 months ago  
Kornaker Resigns as Head Basketball Coach at St. John Fisher College - 2 months ago  
Greg Polkowski Named Interim Head Basketball Coach at Wisconsin-Superior - 3 months ago  
Josh Mayberry: Stellar pro debut - 3 months ago  
CSAC restocks with two new schools - 3 months ago  
Jordan Rezendes headed to Germany - 3 months ago  
Rhode Island College adds Daniel Jones to Men's Basketball Staff - 3 months ago  
Lyndon State Set to Hire Former JUCO Head Coach - 3 months ago  
Matt Galloway And Ronrico White Join Emory & Henry Men's Basketball Staff - 4 months ago  
Fazzi Named Head Men's Basketball Coach at Newbury College - 4 months ago  
Joey Flannery set to play in Spain - 4 months ago  
Young Named Head Men's Basketball Coach at Covenant College - 4 months ago  
2013 D3 Player of the Year DiBartolomeo ready for Euroleague challenge - 4 months ago  
What's next for D3 standout Joey Flannery? - 4 months ago  
Artie Culver Resigns as Head Basketball Coach at Covenant College - 4 months ago  
1 | 2 | 3

Site Map:
Usbasket.com Member Services: Other Basketball Sites:
Copyright (c) 1998-2017 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.