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B12 Ranking
 1. Kansas (1) 16-2(28-3) 
 2. Baylor (9) 12-6(25-6) 
 3. W.Virginia (11) 12-6(24-7) 
 4. Iowa St. (23) 12-6(20-10) 
 5. Oklahoma St. 9-9(20-11) 
 6. Kansas St. 8-10(19-12) 
 7. Texas Tech 6-12(18-13) 
 8. TCU 6-12(17-14) 
 9. Oklahoma 5-13(11-19) 
 10. Texas 4-14(10-21) 

B12 Women 2016-2017
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Frank Mason (Kansas) is named Player of the Year

Points Per Game
 Frank MASON
  Avg: 20.7
 1. Mason, Kansas20.7 
 2. Evans, Oklahoma.19.0 
 3. Carroll, Oklahoma St.17.4 
 4. Motley, Baylor17.3 
 5. Jackson, Kansas16.8 
 6. Morris, Iowa St.16.3 
 7. Mitrou-Long, Iowa S.15.8 
 8. Evans, Texas Tech14.9 
 9. Burton, Iowa St.14.8 
 10. Mack, Texas14.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Johnathan MOTLEY
  Avg: 9.9
 1. Motley, Baylor9.9 
 2. Williams, TCU9.3 
 3. Allen, Texas8.4 
 4. Lucas, Kansas8.1 
 5. Jackson, Kansas7.4 
 6. Smith, Texas Tech7.3 
 7. Acuil, Baylor7.0 
 8. Carroll, Oklahoma St.6.6 
 9. Iwundu, Kansas St.6.4 
 10. Lattin, Oklahoma6.3 
Assists Per Game
  Iowa St.
  Avg: 6.2
 1. Morris, Iowa St.6.2 
 2. Evans, Oklahoma.6.2 
 3. Robinson, TCU5.6 
 4. Mason, Kansas5.0 
 5. Stokes, Kansas St.4.3 
 6. Graham, Kansas4.2 
 7. Carter, W.Virginia4.0 
 8. Fisher, TCU3.9 
 9. Lecomte, Baylor3.9 
 10. Roach, Texas3.7 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Carter, W.Virginia2.7 
 2. Brown, Kansas St.2.4 
 3. Woodard, Oklahoma1.9 
 4. Phillip, W.Virginia1.9 
 5. Wainright, Baylor1.8 
 6. Burton, Iowa St.1.8 
 7. Evans, Oklahoma.1.8 
 8. Jackson, Kansas1.7 
 9. Roach, Texas1.6 
 10. Williams, TCU1.5 
Blocks Per Game
 Joseph ACUIL
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Acuil, Baylor2.6 
 2. Brodziansky, TCU2.2 
 3. Lattin, Oklahoma2.1 
 4. Azubuike, Kansas1.6 
 5. Allen, Texas1.5 
 6. Johnson, Kansas St.1.5 
 7. Konate, W.Virginia1.5 
 8. Burton, Iowa St.1.4 
 9. Smith, Texas Tech1.3 
 10. Solomon, Oklahoma.1.2 

Iowa State University wins the USA B12 2016-2017 title

Iowa State University 2016-17
Steve Prohm Steve Prohm Prohm
Nazareth Mitrou-Long
Monte Morris
Matt Thomas
Deonte Burton
Merrill Holden
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
15  Mitrou-Long Nazareth 193 (6'4'') G 93 Greece Canada
11  Morris Monte 190 (6'3'') PG 95 USA
21  Thomas Matt 196 (6'5'') G 94 USA
30  Burton Deonte 193 (6'4'') G/F 94 USA
5  Holden Merrill 203 (6'8'') F 93 USA
4  Jackson Donovan 188 (6'2'') G 96 USA
23  Greder Wes 196 (6'5'') G 96 USA
0  Carter Simeon 203 (6'8'') F 96 USA
1  Weiler-Babb Nick 196 (6'5'') G 95 USA
24  Nezlek Stuart 208 (6'10'') C 94 USA
2  Lard Cameron 206 (6'9'') F 0 USA
33  Young Solomon 203 (6'8'') F 98 USA
13  Long Jakolby 196 (6'5'') G 97 USA
10  Bowie Darrell 201 (6'7'') F 93 USA
Head Coach: Steve Prohm
Coach Assistant: William Small
Coach Assistant: Daniyal Robinson

Cyclones Win Third In Four Years - Mar 12, 2017

Everybody on the Iowa State bench got a snippet of net from the Big 12 Tournament.
Monte Morris got just about the whole thing.
It was only fitting the most valuable player in the Big 12 Tournament, the senior guard who kept willing the No. 23 Cyclones to victory, got to hang the net around his neck. Morris scored 17 points in the title game Saturday night to send Iowa State to an 80-74 victory over No. 11 West Virginia.
It was the third title in four years for the Cyclones.
Third in four years for Morris, too.
"Monte is great. You win with great players," said Iowa State coach Steve Prohm , who won his first title in his second season in charge. "I was very fortunate to walk into him being our point guard."
Deonte Burton (6'4''-G/F-94) added 16 points and Matt Thomas (6'5''-G-94)s finished with 12 for the fourth-seeded Cyclones (23-10), who will enter the NCAA Tournament as one of the nation's hottest teams. They've won nine of their last 10 games, their only loss during that stretch coming a week ago in Morgantown.
They avenged that defeat in a big way at the Sprint Center.
"Two years ago, we won this same tournament and the next week, our lives were miserable. We lost to UAB," Morris said. "We just have to keep everyone together. That's our job, being seniors."
Iowa State has never lost in four appearances in the Big 12 title game, while the Mountaineers (26-8) remain without a conference tournament title of any kind since winning the Big East in 2010.
"Everybody says it's hard to play against us with one-day prep, but I think it's really hard to play against them with one-day prep as well," Mountaineers coach Bob Huggins said, "because they shoot the ball so well and spread you out so much."
Jevon Carter (6'2''-G) had 18 points for West Virginia, which will no doubt rue its 8-for-17 shooting from the foul line. Esa Ahmad (6'8''-F), Daxter Miles (6'3''-G) Jr. and Elijah Macon (6'9''-F) finished with 10 points apiece.
"We just have to get better," Ahmad said. "Just got to get back in the gym."
The No. 2-seeded Mountaineers had been a scourge for the Cyclones the past two years, winning the last four meetings in relatively easy fashion. But the hallmark of those games had been their ability to get easy baskets against an Iowa State team that doesn't always play defense.
There were no easy buckets Saturday night.
Iowa State threw down its own half-court press against Press Virginia, and caused 10 first-half turnovers that gave the sea of red inside Sprint Center reason to stand from its seats.
The biggest roars from the Cyclones faithful came late in the half, when Bowie came off the bench to score 10 points in quick succession. He checked out to a standing ovation, and Morris took over from there, hitting Iowa State's final three baskets of the half for a 35-29 lead.
After drilling a long 3 as time expired, Morris rode an imaginary horse off to the locker room.
"He's a good player, one of the best point guards in the country," Carter said. "He hit some tough shots tonight. I feel like I did a good job on him, he just hit some tough shots."
The whooping and hollering continued in the second half, when Burton hit a pair of 3s and Thomas hit another, pushing Iowa State's lead to 10. And that caused tempers to boil over on the West Virginia bench, where Huggins was given a technical foul with 15:46 to play.
Thomas hit both of the foul shots as the lead stretched to 50-38.
The Mountaineers eventually turned to the 1-3-1 zone that caused Kansas State all kinds of trouble in the semifinals. But the ball-handling of Morris, Burton and Co. allowed the Cyclones to deal with the frequent trapping attempts, and that created enough open looks to keep West Virginia at bay.
As chants of "I-S-U!" rattled the building, Iowa State coach Steve Prohm allowed Thomas and Nazareth Mitrou-Long (6'4''-G-93) to check out with seconds left, the pair of seniors relishing in the moment.
Fellow seniors Morris and Burton joined the jubilant celebration as the clock hit zero.
"This is an amazing moment for our program," Prohm said. "We were good enough defensively tonight to win. We were tough enough to win. And I couldn't be more proud of them."

Big 12 Tournament Final:
Iowa State - West Virginia 80-74
Big 12 Tournament Semifinals:
Iowa State - TCU 84-63
West Virginia - Kansas State 51-50

Courtesy of Big12 Sports

All-Big 12 Awards 2017 - Mar 12, 2017

All-Big 12 1st Team 2017
Johnathan Motley
Monte Morris
Josh Jackson
Frank Mason
Jawun Evans

All-Tournament MVP: Monte Morris (6'3''-PG-95) of Iowa St.
Player of the Year: Frank Mason (5'11''-PG-94) of Kansas
Defensive Player of the Year: Jevon Carter (6'2''-G) of W.Virginia
Freshman of the Year: Josh Jackson (6'8''-G-97) of Kansas
Newcomer of the Year: Manu Lecomte (5'11''-PG-95) of Baylor
Sixth Man of the Year: Tarik Phillip (6'3''-G) of W.Virginia
Coach of the Year: Bill Self of Kansas

1st Team
F: Johnathan Motley (6'9''-F-95) of Baylor
PG: Monte Morris (6'3''-PG-95) of Iowa St.
G: Josh Jackson (6'8''-G-97) of Kansas
PG: Frank Mason (5'11''-PG-94) of Kansas
PG: Jawun Evans (6'1''-PG-96) of Oklahoma St.

2nd Team
G: Nazareth Mitrou-Long (6'4''-G-93) of Iowa St.
G: Devonte Graham (6'2''-G-95) of Kansas
F: Jeffrey Carroll (6'6''-F-94) of Oklahoma St.
F: Vladimir Brodziansky (6'11''-F-94) of TCU
G: Jevon Carter (6'2''-G) of W.Virginia

3rd Team
PG: Manu Lecomte (5'11''-PG-95) of Baylor
G/F: Deonte Burton (6'4''-G/F-94) of Iowa St.
F: Wesley Iwundu (6'7''-F-94) of Kansas St.
F: Jarrett Allen (6'7''-F-98) of Texas
G: Keenan Evans (6'3''-G-96) of Texas Tech
F: Nathan Adrian (6'9''-F) of W.Virginia

Honorable Mention
Ishmail Wainright (6'5''-G-94) of Baylor
Matt Thomas (6'5''-G-94) of Iowa St.
Landen Lucas (6'10''-F) of Kansas
D.J. Johnson (6'9''-F-93) of Kansas St.
Kameron McGusty (6'5''-G-97) of Oklahoma
Phil Forte (5'11''-PG-93) of Oklahoma St.
Jaylen Fisher (6'2''-G) of TCU
Kenrich Williams (6'7''-G) of TCU
Zach Smith (6'8''-F-96) of Texas Tech

All-Defensive Team
F: Joseph Acuil (7'0''-F-94) of Baylor
G: Ishmail Wainright (6'5''-G-94) of Baylor
F: Vladimir Brodziansky (6'11''-F-94) of TCU
F: Nathan Adrian (6'9''-F) of W.Virginia
G: Jevon Carter (6'2''-G) of W.Virginia

All-Tournament Team
PG: Monte Morris (6'3''-PG-95) of Iowa St.
G/F: Deonte Burton (6'4''-G/F-94) of Iowa St.
G: Matt Thomas (6'5''-G-94) of Iowa St.
G: Tarik Phillip (6'3''-G) of W.Virginia
G: Jevon Carter (6'2''-G) of W.Virginia

All-Newcomer Team
PG: Manu Lecomte (5'11''-PG-95) of Baylor
F: Joseph Acuil (7'0''-F-94) of Baylor
G: Josh Jackson (6'8''-G-97) of Kansas
G: Kameron McGusty (6'5''-G-97) of Oklahoma
G: Alex Robinson (6'1''-G-95) of TCU
F: Jarrett Allen (6'7''-F-98) of Texas


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