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Wooster Claims 16th NCAC Tourney Title - Mar 2, 2017


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For the first time since 2014 and the 16th time overall, The College of Wooster Fighting Scots have captured the NCAC Men's Basketball Tournament title following a 76-72 win over Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday afternoon at Branch Rickey Arena in Delaware, Ohio.
The win not only gave the Scots their league-leading 16th tournament title, but it also marked the 800th win for head coach Steve Moore , making him just the 18th coach in NCAA history (all divisions) to reach the prestigious milestone.
Following the completion of the title game, Wooster senior post Dan Fanelly (6'6''-F/C) (Uniontown, OH/Green) was named the Al Van Wie award winner as the tournament MVP. Simply put, Fanelly was sensational in the title game as he topped his season-high total with 34 points after shooting 11-of-18 from the field and 10-of-13 from the free throw line. Fanelly, who also had nine rebounds in the title game, was just as dominant in Wooster's 87-77 semifinal win over Denison with 32 points and eight rebounds on 10-of-17 shooting from the field.

NCAC Tournament Final: Wooster - Ohio Wesleyan 76-72
NCAC Tournament Semifinals:
Wooster - Denison 87-77
Ohio Wesleyan - Wittenberg 77-68

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Neal Young
Young Named Head Men's Basketball Coach at Covenant College - 1 day ago
After a national search of candidates, the Covenant men's basketball program has a new head coach as director of athletics Tim Sceggel has named Neal Young the 16th head coach in program history. Young comes to Covenant after spending the last four years as head coach at Goshen (Ind.) College. In addition to his head coaching role at Goshen, Young was an associate athletic director for compliance. 'I would like to thank Tim Sceggel, Dr. Brad Voyles, President Dr. J. Derek Halvorson and th...   [read more]

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2013 D3 Player of the Year DiBartolomeo ready for Euroleague challenge - 6 days ago
2013 D3hoops.com NCAA Division Player of the Year John DiBartolomeo (6'0''-PG-91, college: Rochester, agency: Duran International) has reached the highest heights of his professional career by signing a three-year deal with Maccabi Tel Aviv in June. After spending the first two years of his professional career in Spain, the former University of Rochester standout took his game to Israel, joining Maccabi Haifa in 2015. In the 2016-17 season, he averaged 11 points, 3.9 boards and 3.0 assist...   [read more]

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What's next for D3 standout Joey Flannery? - 6 days ago
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