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  2015-2016     Previous season  

BEC Ranking
 1. De Paul (17) 16-2(24-6) 
 2. Creighton (23) 16-2(22-6) 
 3. Marquette 13-5(22-7) 
 4. St.Johns 11-7(19-10) 
 5. Villanova 11-7(16-13) 
 6. Georgetown 9-9(17-11) 
 7. Providence 4-14(14-12) 
 8. Xavier 4-14(12-17) 
 9. Seton Hall 4-14(11-18) 
 10. Butler 2-16(5-24) 

BEC Men 2016-2017
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Player of the Year: Brooke Schulte (Photo: DePaul)

Points Per Game
 Allazia BLOCKTON
  Marqu.
  (183-G-)
  Avg: 17
 1. Blockton, Marqu.17.0 
 2. Schulte, De Paul16.4 
 3. January, De Paul15.2 
 4. Woodard, Georg.15.0 
 5. Adomako, Georg.14.8 
 6. Jackson, Seton Hall14.8 
 7. White, Georgetown14.6 
 8. Hiedeman, Marqu.14.3 
 9. Schickel, Butler14.3 
 10. Gaffney, Xavier14.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Tori SCHICKEL
  Butler
  (185-F-)
  Avg: 11.6
 1. Schickel, Butler11.6 
 2. Davenport, Marqu.9.0 
 3. Grant, De Paul8.7 
 4. Woodard, Georg.8.0 
 5. Rollerson, Creighton7.0 
 6. Gordon, Seton Hall6.4 
 7. Petke, Georgetown6.4 
 8. Adomako, Georg.6.3 
 9. Blockton, Marqu.6.1 
 10. Blackwell, Xavier6.0 
Assists Per Game
 Jessica JANUARY
  De Paul
  (170-G-)
  Avg: 6.5
 1. January, De Paul6.5 
 2. Lewis, St.John's6.1 
 3. Janning, Creighton4.7 
 4. Lamberty, Creig.4.4 
 5. Hilaire, Seton Hall4.4 
 6. King, Marquette3.9 
 7. Turner, Xavier3.8 
 8. Burton, Georgetown3.7 
 9. Hiedeman, Marqu.3.4 
 10. Blockton, Marqu.3.3 
Steals Per Game
 Dionna WHITE
  Georgetown
  (165-PG-)
  Avg: 3.3
 1. White, Georgetown3.3 
 2. January, De Paul2.1 
 3. Weaver, Butler1.8 
 4. Burton, Georgetown1.7 
 5. Smith, Seton Hall1.7 
 6. Jackson, Seton Hall1.7 
 7. Hilaire, Seton Hall1.7 
 8. Spolyar, Butler1.7 
 9. Schickel, Butler1.6 
 10. Woodard, Georg.1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Faith WOODARD
  Georg.
  (188-F-)
  Avg: 1.7
 1. Woodard, Georg.1.7 
 2. Rollerson, Creighton1.7 
 3. Grant, De Paul1.7 
 4. Gordon, Seton Hall1.6 
 5. Schickel, Butler1.5 
 6. Jones-Pack, Seton H.1.3 
 7. Littleton, St.Jo.1.3 
 8. Adomako, Georg.1.2 
 9. Faber, Creighton1.1 
 10. Schaefer, Xavier1.1 


Marquette University wins the USA BEC 2016-2017 title

Marquette University 2016-17
Carolyn Kieger Carolyn Kieger Kieger
Danielle King
King
Natisha Hiedeman
Hiedeman
Allazia Blockton
Blockton
Erika Davenport
Davenport
McKayla Yentz
Yentz
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
1  King Danielle 165 (5'5'') G 0 USA
5  Hiedeman Natisha 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
11  Blockton Allazia 183 (6'0'') G 0 USA
12  Davenport Erika 180 (5'11'') F 0 USA
3  Yentz McKayla 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
10  Dahling Sandra 175 (5'9'') F 96 Sweden
31  Valentine Shantelle 190 (6'3'') C 96 Canada
15  Wilborn Amani 175 (5'9'') G 0 USA
13  Moskari Olivia 175 (5'9'') G 96 Finland
32  Gibson Chelsey 183 (6'0'') G 0 USA
20  Anderson Altia 188 (6'2'') F 0 USA
30  Spingola Isabelle 183 (6'0'') G 0 USA
42  Van Kleunen 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
44  Mandel Meghan 193 (6'4'') C 0 USA
Head Coach: Carolyn Kieger
Coach Assistant: Vernette Skeete
Coach Assistant: Scott Merritt
Coach Assistant: Ginny Boggess


Four players in double figures guides Marquette to first BIG EAST Championship in win over DePaul - Mar 10, 2017

The third-seeded Marquette Golden Eagles won their first BIG EAST title on their home floor over top-seed and nationally ranked No. 17/17 DePaul 86-78 Tuesday night.
BIG EAST Honorable Mention and member of the All-Tournament Team Natisha Hiedeman led the Golden Eagles with 28 points and knocked down six triples to become the most prolific sophomore three-point shooter in Marquette history. BIG EAST Tournament Most Outstanding Player Amani Wilborn notched 20 and grabbed eight rebounds, Danielle King added 14 points and seven rebounds and All-BIG EAST First Team honoree Allazia Blockton put in 12 points and snagged seven boards.
This win gives the Golden Eagles an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament and will be their first appearance since 2011 and first under Coach Carolyn Kieger in her third year leading the program. With the victory, Marquette improves to a perfect 6-0 against ranked teams and takes home its first tournament title since 1995, when the Golden Eagles won the Great Midwest Conference. The Golden Eagles emerged victorious in all three matchups against the Blue Demons this season, handing DePaul its only three conference losses. In route to the championship, three-seed Marquette defeated six-seed Georgetown and two-seed Creighton before downing DePaul. This is the first time a three-seed has won the tournament since 2012 and gives the Golden Eagles their eighth win in a row.
For DePaul, All-Tournament Team honoree Jessica January poured in 23 points to go with her seven rebounds and seven assists and Amarah Coleman scored 17 before fouling out. Chante Stonewall and BIG EAST Player of the Year Brooke Schulte rounded out the Blue Demons in double digits scoring 11 and 10 points, respectively. The loss snaps DePaul's four-game winning streak and drops their tournament final record to 2-1. As BIG EAST Regular season champions, DePaul will head back to the NCAA Tournament after a Sweet Sixteen finish last year.
The game opened at a break-neck pace, as each team traded baskets in a quarter featuring nine lead changes. Hiedeman knocked down a half-court heave to end the first to give Marquette a 25-24 lead and fueled the Golden Eagles with eight points. For DePaul, Jacqui Grant had seven points to go with two blocks and a steal for the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the year. The high-scoring quarter was no surprise considering DePaul and Marquette lead the BIG EAST in average points per game.
Wilborn opened second quarter scoring with two of her eight-second quarter points and Marquette built a six-point lead. However, DePaul quickly responded and January bounced in a fall-away jumper as time expired to pull the Blue Demons within two at the break. January had 12 and four assists in the half while Grant chipped in seven and four boards. For the Golden Eagles, Hiedeman had 13 and nailed three triples while Wilborn notched 12 points and five rebounds.
Coleman knocked down a three to give DePaul an early second half lead and put up 11 points in the third, bringing her point total to a team-leading 14. Hiedeman added another three triples in the frame and guided Marquette to a narrow 59-58 lead heading into the last ten minutes.
A scoreless four minutes for DePaul paired with a Marquette 7-0 run gave Marquette an eight-point lead with just under five to play. The Blue Demons kept the deficit to single-digits until King knocked down a corner three pushing the lead to ten with three minutes to go in the game.
DePaul put together a late run and a January three cut the lead to five with 25 seconds to play, but Marquette free throws down the stretch iced the victory for the Golden Eagles. This win is Marquette's first-ever over DePaul in the Tournament, as the Blue Demons were a perfect 4-0 against the Golden Eagles heading into tonight's action.

Courtesy of BigEast

Big East Tournament Final: Marquette - DePaul 86-78
Big East Tournament Semifinals:
Marquette - Creighton 72-65
DePaul - St. John's University 59-41


All-Big East Awards 2017 - Mar 10, 2017

All-Big East 1st Team 2017
Allazia Blockton
Blockton
Audrey Faber
Faber
Jacqui Grant
Grant
Brooke Schulte
Schulte
Jade Walker
Walker

All-Tournament MVP: Amani Wilborn (5'9''-G) of Marquette
Player of the Year: Brooke Schulte (5'9''-G) of De Paul
Co-Defensive Player of the Year: Jacqui Grant (6'3''-F-95) of De Paul
Co-Defensive Player of the Year: Aaliyah Lewis (5'5''-G) of St.John's
Freshman of the Year: Jaylyn Agnew (5'11''-F) of Creighton
Co-Most Improved Player of the Year: Brooke Schulte (5'9''-G) of De Paul
Co-Most Improved Player of the Year: Brianna Rollerson (6'0''-F) of Creighton
Sixth Woman of the Year: Tanita Allen (5'10''-G) of De Paul
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Brooke Schulte (5'9''-G) of De Paul
Sportsmanship Award: Lauren Works (5'7''-G) of Creighton
Coach of the Year: Doug Bruno of De Paul

1st Team
G: Allazia Blockton (6'0''-G) of Marquette
F: Audrey Faber (6'2''-F) of Creighton
F: Jacqui Grant (6'3''-F-95) of De Paul
G: Brooke Schulte (5'9''-G) of De Paul
F: Jade Walker (6'1''-F) of St.John's

2nd Team
F: Erika Davenport (5'11''-F) of Marquette
G: Adrianna Hahn (5'6''-G) of Villanova
G: Marissa Janning (5'8''-G) of Creighton
F: Tori Schickel (6'1''-F) of Butler
PG: Dionna White (5'5''-PG) of Georgetown

Honorable Mention
Dorothy Adomako (6'1''-G) of Georgetown
Raeshaun Gaffney (5'8''-G) of Xavier
Natisha Hiedeman (5'8''-G) of Marquette
Aaliyah Lewis (5'5''-G) of St.John's
Alex Louin (6'0''-G-96) of Villanova
Jovana Nogic (5'11''-G-97) of Providence

All-Tournament Team
G: Sydney Lamberty (5'10''-G) of Creighton
G: Aaliyah Lewis (5'5''-G) of St.John's
F: Tori Schickel (6'1''-F) of Butler
G: Jessica January (5'7''-G) of De Paul
G: Natisha Hiedeman (5'8''-G) of Marquette

All-Freshman Team
F: Jaylyn Agnew (5'11''-F) of Creighton
G: Kelly Campbell (5'10''-G) of De Paul
PG: Kaela Hilaire (5'5''-PG-98) of Seton Hall
G: Alisha Kebbe (5'10''-G) of St.John's
G: Sydney Shelton (5'9''-G) of Butler


 

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