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CAA: Season 2012-2013

CAA Ranking
 1. Northeastern 14-4(19-11) 
 2. Delaware 13-5(18-13) 
 3. Towson 13-5(18-13) 
 4. JMU 11-7(17-14) 
 5. George Mason 10-8(17-13) 
 6. Georgia St. 10-8(15-16) 
 7. Drexel 9-9(13-17) 
 8. William & Mary 7-11(13-16) 
 9. NC-Wilmington 5-13(10-20) 
 10. Hofstra 4-14(7-24) 
 11. ODU 3-15(5-25) 

Points Per Game
 Devon SADDLER
  Delaware
  (188-G-)
  Avg: 19.9
 1. Saddler, Delaware19.9 
 2. Thornton, Willia.18.8 
 3. Hunter, Georgia St.17.3 
 4. Benimon, Towson17.1 
 5. Lee, Drexel17.1 
 6. Rendleman, NC-Wil.17.0 
 7. Wright, George M.16.5 
 8. Smith, Northeas.16.4 
 9. Massenat, Drexel14.7 
 10. Atkins, Georgia S.14.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Jerrelle BENIMON
  Towson
  (203-F-)
  Avg: 11.1
 1. Benimon, Towson11.1 
 2. Hagins, Delaware10.7 
 3. Rendleman, NC-Wil.10.5 
 4. McCoy, Drexel8.6 
 5. Painter, ODU8.4 
 6. Nwaukoni, Hofstra8.1 
 7. Dixon, Towson7.3 
 8. Goins, JMU7.2 
 9. Rusthoven, Willia.7.0 
 10. Ruffin, Drexel6.8 
Assists Per Game
 Devon MOORE
  JMU
  (193-PG-)
  Avg: 4.9
 1. Moore, JMU4.9 
 2. Massenat, Drexel4.2 
 3. Lee, Northeastern4.1 
 4. Mejia, Hofstra4.1 
 5. White, Georgia St.4.0 
 6. Allen, George M.3.5 
 7. Dixon, NC-Wilmi.3.3 
 8. Threatt, Delaware3.2 
 9. Palmore, ODU3.0 
 10. Hill, ODU2.9 
Steals Per Game
 Jonathan LEE
  Northeastern
  (188-PG-90)
  Avg: 2
 1. Lee, Northeastern2.0 
 2. Mejia, Hofstra2.0 
 3. Palmore, ODU1.9 
 4. Rendleman, NC-Wil.1.8 
 5. Threatt, Delaware1.8 
 6. White, Georgia St.1.7 
 7. Hunter, Georgia St.1.7 
 8. Atkins, Georgia St.1.6 
 9. Nation, JMU1.5 
 10. Hill, ODU1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Jamelle HAGINS
  Delaware
  (206-F-)
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Hagins, Delaware2.4 
 2. Vincent, Georgia2.2 
 3. Ross, ODU1.9 
 4. Benimon, Towson1.9 
 5. Rendleman, NC-Wil.1.6 
 6. Williams, NC-Wilmi.1.4 
 7. Copes, George M.1.2 
 8. Dixon, Towson1.2 
 9. Nation, JMU1.2 
 10. Painter, ODU1.0 

CAA Women 2012-2013
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James Madison University wins the CAA 2012-2013 title (Photo: CAA)
James Madison University 2012-13
Matt Brady Matt Brady Brady
Andrey Semenov
Semenov
Devon Moore
Moore
Alioune Diouf
Diouf
Rayshawn Goins
Goins
Andre Nation
Nation
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
11  Semenov Andrey 201 (6'7'') F 90 Russia
40  Moore Devon 193 (6'4'') PG USA
5  Diouf Alioune 196 (6'5'') G USA
33  Goins Rayshawn 198 (6'6'') F USA
15  Nation Andre 193 (6'4'') G USA
0  Davis A.J. 198 (6'6'') G 87 USA
2  Curry Ron 190 (6'3'') PG USA
4  Cooke Charles 198 (6'6'') G USA
21  Cabarkapa Dimitrije 208 (6'10'') F 93 Serbia
1  Hood Enoch 203 (6'8'') F USA
30  Marks Arman 193 (6'4'') G USA
14  Pierce Christian 196 (6'5'') G USA
44  Swindle Gene 211 (6'11'') F 89 USA
22  Bessick Taylor 206 (6'9'') F USA
Head Coach: Mike DeaneHead Coach: Matt Brady
Coach Assistant: Bill Phillips


JMU Tops Northeastern 70-57 To Win CAA MBB Title - Mar 12, 2013

RICHMOND, Va. - A.J. Davis (6'6''-G-87) scored a game-high 26 points and Rayshawn Goins (6'6''-F) had 14 points and 13 rebounds to lead James Madison to a 70-57 victory over Northeastern Monday in the title game of the 2013 Colonial Athletic Association Men's Basketball Championship, presented by Jani-King, at the Richmond Coliseum.

The third-seeded Dukes built a 22-point first-half lead, withstood top-seeded Northeastern's second-half rally and pulled away again during the final eight minutes.

James Madison (20-14), which won its first CAA championship since 1994 and second overall, advances to the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship for the fifth time at the Division I level. Northeastern, the CAA regular-season champion, fell to 20-12 and is assured of a bid to the NIT. Monday's title game appearance was JMU's first since 1997 and Northeastern's first since joining the CAA in the 2005-06 season.

Davis, the tournament most outstanding player, hit on eight of 13 shots from the field, including three of six from three-point range, and also had seven rebounds. He scored 62 points on 21-of- 34 shooting and had 15 rebounds in three tournament games. Goins, an all-tournament choice, hit on six of 10 shots overall and had 13 points and 10 rebounds by halftime when JMU led 40-18.

JMU shot 51.6 percent (16-31) and Northeastern only 20.8 percent (5-24) during the opening period, but the regular-season Huskies fought back to within 51-43 with 8:23 to play. Northeastern hit on 10 of its first 17 shots of the second half but had only two more field goals until the final minute when JMU's lead had grown back to 70-51. The Huskies had advanced to the title game by rallying from a 24-point first-half deficit in Sunday's semifinals against George Mason.

Freshman
Andre Nation (6'4''-G) hit on three free throw attempts at the 7:46 mark to raise JMU's lead to 54-43. Nation then had a dunk and Devon Moore (6'4''-PG) scored seven points as JMU upped its edge to 63-50 with 3:47 remaining. After Derrico Peck (6'5''-G) got Northeastern to within 63-51 with a free throw at the 3:39 mark, Davis hit on three of four free throws and Ron Curry (6'3''-PG) and Alioune Diouf (6'5''-G) had field goals for a 70-51 Dukes' advantage with 2:11 left.

James Madison made five of its first seven shots from the field and led 13-5 less than four minutes into the game and 20-5 with 12:27 left in the first half. The Dukes had hit on nine of 16 shots from the field and Northeastern on but two of 13 by a media timeout at the 9:50 mark of the half when they led 22-6. Davis had 17 first-half points, and JMU had a 22-14 first-half rebounding advantage.


Jonathan Lee (6'2''-PG-90) led Northeastern with 14 points, all during the second half and 10 during the period's first 6:04. The Huskies also got double-figure scoring from David Walker (6'6''-G) and Marco Banegas-Flores (6'1''-PG-92) with 10 points each. Lee, who had 14 points in Northeastern's semifinal win, was named to the all-tournament team.

Nation was JMU's third double-figure scorer with 10 points, and Moore had nine points and five assists.

Joining Davis, Goins and Lee on the all-tournament team was Moore, who had 43 points and 19 assists in three games, Delaware's
Jamelle Hagins (6'9''-F) and George Mason's Bryon Allen (6'3''-G).

Courtesy of CAA

CAA Tournament Final: James Madison - Northeastern 70-57
CAA Tournament Semifinals:
James Madison - Delaware 58-57
Northeastern - George Mason 69-67


All-CAA 1st Team 2012-2013
#s#
A.J. Davis
Davis
Jerrelle Benimon
Benimon
R.J. Hunter
Hunter
Keith Rendleman
Rendleman
Devon Saddler
Saddler
#e#5

All-Tournament MVP: A.J. Davis (6'6''-G-87) of JMU
Player of the Year: Jerrelle Benimon (6'8''-F) of Towson
Defensive Player of the Year: Jamelle Hagins (6'9''-F) of Delaware
Rookie of the Year: R.J. Hunter (6'5''-G-93) of Georgia St.
Dean Ehlers Leadership Award: Jonathan Lee (6'2''-PG-90) of Northeastern
Coach of the Year: Pat Skerry of Towson

1st Team
F: Jerrelle Benimon (6'8'') of Towson
G: R.J. Hunter (6'5''-93) of Georgia St.
F: Keith Rendleman (6'8''-90) of NC-Wilmington
G: Devon Saddler (6'2'') of Delaware
G: Joel Smith (6'4''-90) of Northeastern

2nd Team
F: Jamelle Hagins (6'9'') of Delaware
G: Damion Lee (6'6'') of Drexel
PG: Frantz Massenat (6'4'') of Drexel
G: Marcus Thornton (6'4'') of William & Mary
G: Sherrod Wright (6'4'') of George Mason

3rd Team
G/F: Quincy Ford (6'8''-93) of Northeastern
F: Rayshawn Goins (6'6'') of JMU
PG: Jonathan Lee (6'2''-90) of Northeastern
PG: Devon Moore (6'4'') of JMU
F: Tim Rusthoven (6'9'') of William & Mary
G: Jarvis Threatt (6'2'') of Delaware

All-Defensive Team
Jerrelle Benimon (6'8''-F) of Towson
Jamelle Hagins (6'9''-F) of Delaware
Stevie Mejia (5'9''-PG-89) of Hofstra
Keith Rendleman (6'8''-F-90) of NC-Wilmington
James Vincent (6'10''-C-90) of Georgia St.

All-Tournament Team
A.J. Davis (6'6''-G-87) of JMU
Bryon Allen (6'3''-G) of George Mason
Rayshawn Goins (6'6''-F) of JMU
Jamelle Hagins (6'9''-F) of Delaware
Jonathan Lee (6'2''-PG-90) of Northeastern
Devon Moore (6'4''-PG) of JMU

All-Rookie Team
Jerome Hairston (6'3''-G) of Towson
R.J. Hunter (6'5''-G-93) of Georgia St.
Andre Nation (6'4''-G) of JMU
Keenan Palmore (6'1''-PG-94) of ODU
David Walker (6'6''-G) of Northeastern

All-Academic 1st Team
Kyle Anderson (6'2''-G) of Delaware
Kyle Gaillard (6'8''-F-91) of William & Mary
Donte Hill (6'4''-G-90) of ODU
Shane Reybold (6'8''-F) of NC-Wilmington
Tim Rusthoven (6'9''-F) of William & Mary

All-Academic 2nd Team
Brandon Britt (6'2''-PG) of William & Mary
Daquan Brown (6'10''-C) of Hofstra
Jonathan Lee (6'2''-PG-90) of Northeastern
Tanner Milson (6'2''-G-91) of NC-Wilmington
Kris Walden (6'1''-PG) of Towson


All-Academic Honorable Mention
Bryan Blackstone (5'10''-PG-89) of Towson
Brett Goodloe (6'4''-G) of William & Mary
Fred Heldring (6'9''-F) of William & Mary
Doug Howard II (5'9''-PG-91) of William & Mary
Anton Larsen (7'0''-F/C-88) of ODU
Stevan Manojlovic (6'5''-G) of Drexel
Andrew Pavloff (6'9''-F-90) of William & Mary
Tom Schalk (6'8''-F) of William & Mary
Will Townsville (6'3''-G) of Delaware


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