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AEC: Season 2011-2012

AEC Ranking
 1. Stony Brook 14-2(16-8)
 2. Vermont 13-3(20-9)
 3. Boston U. 12-4(15-13)
 4. Albany 9-7(18-12)
 5. New Hampshire 7-9(11-14)
 6. Hartford 7-9(5-20)
 7. Maine 6-10(12-14)
 8. UMBC 3-13(4-23)
 9. Binghamton 1-15(1-26)

Points Per Game
 Gerardo SUERO
  Avg: 21.6
 1. Suero, Albany21.6 
 2. Partin, Boston U.19.6 
 3. McLemore, Maine17.0 
 4. Plummer, UMBC15.4 
 5. Mansell, Binghamton14.0 
 6. Edwards, Maine13.9 
 7. Aronhalt, Albany13.8 
 8. Abreu, New H.13.6 
 9. Dickinson, Bingham.13.5 
 10. Black, Albany13.4 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 8.6
 1. Voelkel, Vermont8.6 
 2. Benson, New H.8.6 
 3. Brenton, Stony B.7.9 
 4. Fraser, Maine7.8 
 5. Plummer, UMBC7.4 
 6. Allison, Maine6.9 
 7. Joyner, Stony Bro.6.5 
 8. Dickinson, Bingham.6.1 
 9. Morris, Boston U.5.9 
 10. Konan, New H.5.8 
Assists Per Game
  Boston U.
  Avg: 5.4
 1. Irving, Boston U.5.4 
 2. Voelkel, Vermont5.2 
 3. Torres, Hartford4.2 
 4. Black, Albany4.2 
 5. Gray, Binghamton3.6 
 6. Singleton, Maine3.4 
 7. Rogers, Maine3.3 
 8. Edwards, Maine3.3 
 9. Brenton, Stony B.3.3 
 10. Suero, Albany3.1 
Steals Per Game
 Jimmy GRAY
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Gray, Binghamton1.9 
 2. Torres, Hartford1.9 
 3. Voelkel, Vermont1.7 
 4. Brenton, Stony B.1.6 
 5. Plummer, UMBC1.4 
 6. Edwards, Maine1.4 
 7. Suero, Albany1.2 
 8. Getz, UMBC1.2 
 9. Carissimo, Vermont1.2 
 10. Brothers, Hartford1.2 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Allison, Maine2.2 
 2. Hazel, Boston U.1.6 
 3. Fraser, Maine1.3 
 4. Benson, New H.0.9 
 5. Schneck, Hartford0.7 
 6. Metcalf, Albany0.7 
 7. Joyner, Stony Bro.0.7 
 8. Nwakamma, Hartford0.7 
 9. Thomas, Boston U.0.6 
 10. Aronhalt, Albany0.6 

University of Vermont wins the AEC 2011-2012 title (Photo: AEC)

AEC Women 2011-2012
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University of Vermont 2011-12
John Becker John Becker Becker
Matt Glass
Luke Apfeld
Sandro Carissimo
Brian Voelkel
Four McGlynn
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
34  Glass Matt 203 (6'8'') F USA
2  Apfeld Luke 200 (6'7'') F USA
12  Carissimo Sandro 187 (6'2'') G USA
23  Voelkel Brian 198 (6'6'') F USA
4  McGlynn Four 187 (6'2'') G USA
30  Bergmann Pat 205 (6'9'') F/C USA
31  Rugg Clancy 203 (6'8'') F USA
14  Elbaum Josh 190 (6'3'') G USA
20  Bald Brendan 195 (6'5'') G USA
42  Crenca Ben 208 (6'10'') F/C USA
21  Rusin Candon 193 (6'4'') G 90 USA
40  McKeaney Ryan 205 (6'9'') F USA
24  Santo Chris 195 (6'5'') F USA
13  Angstadt Jon 187 (6'2'') G USA
Head Coach: John Becker
Coach Assistant: Kyle Cieplicki
Coach Assistant: Matt O'brien
Coach Assistant: Chris Markwood

Vermont Beats Stony Brook on Road to Capture Fifth Men's Basketball Title Since 2003 - Mar 10, 2012

For the fifth time since 2003, Vermont is the America East men's basketball champion. The second-seeded Catamounts held top-seeded Stony Brook to just 29 percent shooting en route to a 51-43 victory over the Seawolves in the conference championship game Saturday morning at soldout Stony Brook Arena.
Brian Voelkel (6'6''-F), who compiled five points, 15 rebounds and seven assists, earned Reggie Lewis Most Outstanding Player honors for the Catamounts, which became just the fourth team in conference history to win the title on the road in 29 tries. UVM, which earned its fifth-ever NCAA Championship appearance, will learn its draw on Sunday at 6 p.m. during the NCAA Selection Show, which will be televised nationally on CBS.
The title is the first for UVM head coach John Becker , who joins former Northeastern coach Karl Fogel as the only first-year head coaches to win conference championships.
Vermont (23-11), winner of 14 of its last 15 games, dominated the game from the start, going on a 17-5 first-half run. Sandro Carissimo (6'2''-G), one of four Catamounts to earn All-Championship accolades, hit a layup with 6:36 left in the period to give his team a 22-9 advantage.
Stony Brook (22-9), which started the game shooting just 3-of-20 from the field, scored 10 of the half's last 14 points to close within seven before the break. Dallis Joyner (6'7''-F-90), who earned All-Championship honors for the Seawolves, hit a short jumper in the final minute of the stanza to make the haltime score 26-17.
The Catamounts, who held the Seawolves to a championship-game record-low 29.3 percent shooting, grew their lead to 12 in the opening minutes of the second half. First-team all-conference performer Bryan Dougher (6'1''-G-89)'s three-pointer got Stony Brook within six 3:27 into the second half. But, UVM grew its lead to 46-29 by the halfway point of the stanza. Four McGlynn, who earned all-tournament honors, scored nine of his game-high 14 points during UVM's 15-4 run. The spurt was capped when the MOP, Voelkel, who averaged 13.0 rebounds and 7.0 assists in the three games, sank a three-pointer with 9:42 left that gave UVM its largest advantage of the game.
The Seawolves, who will appear in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) for the second time in three years, charged back to make the game interesting. Dave Coley (6'2''-G) scored eight straight points and capped the run with a three-point play that brought the Seawolves within six (47-41) with 5:24 left. SBU's stellar defense held UVM without a field goal for the last 9:42 of the game and Bryan Dougher canned two of three free throws with a minute remaining to get the home team within four. But that was as close as they'd get as Vermont his four of six free throws down the stretch to seal it.
Sandro Carissimo (eight points, five rebounds) and Matt Glass (6'8''-F) (seven points) join Voelkel and McGlynn as All-Championship choices for the Cats, who shot 7-for-15 (46.7 percent) from three points land. Coley and Al Rapier (6'7''-F) paced Stony Brook with 10 points each.

Courtesy of America East Communications

AEC Tournament Final: Stony Brook - Vermont 43-51
AEC Tournament Semifinals:
Stony Brook - Albany 57-55
Vermont - Hartford 77-73

All-AEC 1st Team 2011-2012
Darryl Partin
Gerardo Suero
Tommy Brenton
Bryan Dougher
Matt Glass

Player of the Year: Darryl Partin (6'6''-G) of Boston U.
All-Tournament MVP: Brian Voelkel (6'6''-F) of Vermont
Defensive Player of the Year: Tommy Brenton (6'5''-G/F-89) of Stony Brook
Rookie of the Year: Four McGlynn (6'2''-G) of Vermont
Coach of the Year: Steve Pikiell of Stony Brook

1st Team
G: Gerardo Suero (6'4''-89) of Albany
G: Darryl Partin (6'6'') of Boston U.
G/F: Tommy Brenton (6'5''-89) of Stony Brook
G: Bryan Dougher (6'1''-89) of Stony Brook
F: Matt Glass (6'8'') of Vermont

2nd Team
G: Mike Black (6'0''-90) of Albany
G: D.J. Irving (6'0''-92) of Boston U.
G: Gerald McLemore (6'3''-89) of Maine
F: Chase Plummer (6'6''-92) of UMBC
G: Alvin Abreu (6'2''-87) of New Hampshire

3rd Team
G: Logan Aronhalt (6'3''-89) of Albany
G: Andres Torres (5'10''-89) of Hartford
F: Alasdair Fraser (6'7''-92) of Maine
F: Dallis Joyner (6'7''-90) of Stony Brook
F: Brian Voelkel (6'6'') of Vermont

All-Defensive Team
Patrick Hazel (6'6''-F-88) of Boston U.
Mike Allison (6'9''-F/C-90) of Maine
Chandler Rhoads (6'4''-G-90) of New Hampshire
Tommy Brenton (6'5''-G/F-89) of Stony Brook
Brian Voelkel (6'6''-F) of Vermont

All-Tournament Team
Brian Voelkel (6'6''-F) of Vermont
Four McGlynn (6'2''-G) of Vermont
Sandro Carissimo (6'2''-G) of Vermont
Matt Glass (6'8''-F) of Vermont
Dallis Joyner (6'7''-F-90) of Stony Brook

All-Rookie Team
Ben Dickinson (6'8''-F) of Binghamton
Mark Nwakamma (6'6''-F) of Hartford
Nate Sikma (6'6''-F) of Hartford
Justin Edwards (6'3''-G-92) of Maine
Four McGlynn (6'2''-G) of Vermont

All-Academic Team
Logan Aronhalt (6'3''-G-89) of Albany
Andrew Rogers (5'9''-G-90) of Maine
Brian Benson (6'9''-F-90) of New Hampshire
Luke Apfeld (6'7''-F) of Vermont
Sandro Carissimo (6'2''-G) of Vermont

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