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Horizon League Men Basketball

  2010-2011    Other Seasons    2012-2013  

HorizL: Season 2011-2012


HorizL Ranking
 1. Valparaiso 14-4(22-11)
 2. Cleveland St.   12-6(22-10)
 3. Detroit Mercy   11-7(22-13)
 4. Wisc.-Milwaukee   11-7(20-13)
 5. Butler   11-7(20-14)
 6. Youngstown St.   10-8(16-15)
 7. Wisc.-Green Bay   10-8(15-15)
 8. Wright St. 7-11(13-19)
 9. Ill.-Chicago 3-15(8-22)
 10. Loyola, IL 1-17(7-23)

Points Per Game
 Kendrick PERRY
  Youngsto.
  (182-G-92)
  Avg: 16.8
 1. Perry, Youngsto.16.8 
 2. McCallum, Detroit15.6 
 3. Averkamp, Loyol.15.4 
 4. Broekhoff, Valpa.14.8 
 5. van Wijk, Valparai.14.4 
 6. Mays, Wright St.14.1 
 7. Brown, Wisc.-Gr.13.8 
 8. Simon, Detroit13.5 
 9. Harmon, Clevelan.12.9 
 10. Allen, Youngsto.12.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Ryan BROEKHOFF
  Valpa.
  (200-G/F-90)
  Avg: 8.5
 1. Broekhoff, Valpa.8.5 
 2. Brown, Wisc.-Gr.8.2 
 3. Eargle, Youngsto.7.5 
 4. Averkamp, Loyol.7.1 
 5. Cougill, Wisc.-.7.0 
 6. Holman, Detroit6.8 
 7. Grady, Clevelan.6.3 
 8. Williams, Ill.-Chi.6.2 
 9. Jones, Butler6.0 
 10. Gibler, Loyola, IL5.8 
Assists Per Game
 Kaylon WILLIAMS
  Wisc.-.
  (190-G-89)
  Avg: 6.4
 1. Williams, Wisc.-.6.4 
 2. Nored, Butler5.3 
 3. Perry, Youngsto.3.9 
 4. McCallum, Detroit3.9 
 5. Brito, Loyola, IL3.5 
 6. Talton, Ill.-Chica.3.3 
 7. Sykes, Wisc.-Gr.3.3 
 8. Buggs, Valparaiso3.1 
 9. Montgomery, Clevel.3.1 
 10. Allen, Youngsto.3.0 
Steals Per Game
 D'Aundray BROWN
  Clevelan.
  (193-G-88)
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Brown, Clevelan.2.6 
 2. Perry, Youngsto.2.4 
 3. Nored, Butler1.8 
 4. Williams, Wisc.-.1.5 
 5. McCallum, Detroit1.5 
 6. Barnes, Ill.-Chica.1.5 
 7. Harmon, Clevelan.1.4 
 8. Mays, Wright St.1.4 
 9. Buggs, Valparaiso1.2 
 10. Simon, Detroit1.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Damian EARGLE
  Youngsto.
  (200-F-89)
  Avg: 3.6
 1. Eargle, Youngsto.3.6 
 2. Brown, Wisc.-Gr.2.9 
 3. Lowe, Detroit2.2 
 4. Williams, Ill.-Chi.1.5 
 5. Holman, Detroit1.4 
 6. Grady, Clevelan.1.4 
 7. Allen, Wisc.-Mi.1.2 
 8. Woods, Butler1.1 
 9. Averkamp, Loyol.0.9 
 10. Cougill, Wisc.-.0.9 


University of Detroit Mercy wins the Horizon League Mens Basketball Championship (Photo: HL)

HorizL Women 2011-2012
Official Web Site

University of Detroit Mercy 2011-12
Ray McCallum Ray McCallum McCallum
Chase Simon
Simon
Donavan Foster
Foster
Jason Calliste
Calliste
Ray McCallum
McCallum
Nick Minnerath
Minnerath
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
1  Simon Chase 198 (6'6'') G 89 USA
5  Foster Donavan 177 (5'10'') G 90 USA
10  Calliste Jason 187 (6'2'') G USA
3  McCallum Ray 185 (6'1'') G 91 USA
34  Minnerath Nick 203 (6'8'') F USA
2  Blake Chris 195 (6'5'') G USA
 Howard Jr. Juwan 198 (6'6'') F 92 USA
20  Lowe Lamarcus 210 (6'11'') F/C USA
33  Bruinsma Evan 200 (6'7'') F USA
23  Anderson Doug 195 (6'5'') F USA
13  Romain Brandon 193 (6'4'') G USA
24  Hoskins John 208 (6'10'') F USA
11  Boutte P.J. 172 (5'8'') G USA
Head Coach: Ray McCallum
Coach Assistant: Jay Smith
Coach Assistant: Derek Thomas
Coach Assistant: Carlos Briggs


Detroit Captures Horizon League Men's Basketball Championship - Mar 7, 2012

VALPARAISO, Ind. -- Detroit seized control of the Horizon League Men's Basketball Championship in the second half and never looked back in a 70-50 win over Valparaiso at the Athletics-Recreation Center. The Titans earned the Horizon League automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, as Ray McCallum gave his father Ray a birthday present to remember.
Ray McCallum led Detroit (22-13) with 21 points, earning tournament MVP honors after averaging 23.0 points per game once the championship reached No. 1 seed Valparaiso. The third-seeded Titans became just the second team since the Horizon League moved to the double bye format to win four games en route to the League title.
After a sluggish first half saw Detroit do little more than force Valparaiso (22-11) turnovers, the Titans racheted up the intensity in the second half, using a 12-1 run early in the half to seize a 37-32 lead. McCallum was the driving force in the run, converting a three-point play to start the burst, and knocking down a jumper from the elbow to give the Titans their first lead since the score was 5-4.
'We said that we wanted to come out with a lot of energy and emotion in the second half, and play like it could be our last game,' the younger McCallum said. 'The and-one got me going, then Eli got that big dunk and everyone seemed to feed off of the energy.'
Valparaiso head coach Bryce Drew was quick to recognize McCallum's effort, saying, 'That was probably one of their best halves of the season. They've won nine out of their last ten and have been playing at a higher level lately. Ray is very active defensively. He played 39 minutes and didn't seem tired at all. He's really long and athletic and played at a high level tonight.'
While Valparaiso would turn to Horizon League Player of the Year Ryan Broekhoff in an effort to hang around, it was the Preseason Player of the Year, McCallum, who ensured that the father-son storyline in the NCAA Tournament would center around that of he and his father, who was celebrating his 51st birthday on Tuesday.
With Detroit increasing its pressure on the perimeter, a steal led directly to a McCallum dunk, extending the Detroit lead to 49-42 and sucking the wind out of the capacity-filled gym.
After another Valparaiso turnover - the Crusaders would end the night with 18, its most since Feb. 4 - enabled Jason Calliste to knock down a three from the wing, pushing the advantage to 10 with 5:33 to play. Detroit finished the night with a 20-2 advantage in points off turnovers, committing just six on the night.
The Crusaders were able to draw within eight, 58-50, but Detroit, the best free-throw shooting team in the Horizon League, knocked down all six of its free throws in the closing minutes to seal its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 1999.
Calliste finished with 17 points, knocking down 3-of-7 attempts from three-point range. LaMarcus Lowe gave Detroit its third player in double figures, matching his career high with 14 points.
Kevin Van Wijk dominated early before succumbing to the knee trouble that plagued him down the stretch. Van Wijk had 12 points in the first half, finishing with 17. Broekhoff was held to just two points in the first half, but carried the Crusaders in the last 20 minutes with 11.
McCallum was joined on the All-Tournament Team by Calliste and Lowe. Broekhoff and Van Wijk rounded out the team.

Courtesy of Horizon League

Tournament Final: Detroit - Valparaiso 70-50
Tournament Semifinals:
Detroit - CSU 63-58
Valparaiso - Butler 65-46

All-Horizon League 1st Team 2011-2012
#s#
Ryan Broekhoff
Broekhoff
Ray McCallum
McCallum
Kendrick Perry
Perry
Kevin van Wijk
van Wijk
Alec Brown
Brown
#e#5

Player of the Year: Ryan Broekhoff (6'7''-G/F-90) of Valparaiso
All-Tournament MVP: Ray McCallum (6'1''-G-91) of Detroit Mercy
Defensive Player of the Year: Ronald Nored (6'0''-G) of Butler
Newcomer of the Year: Julius Mays (6'2''-G-89) of Wright St.
Sixth Man of the Year: Eli Holman (6'10''-F/C-89) of Detroit Mercy
Coach of the Year: Bryce Drew of Valparaiso

1st Team
G/F: Ryan Broekhoff (6'7''-90) of Valparaiso
G: Ray McCallum (6'1''-91) of Detroit Mercy
G: Kendrick Perry (6'0''-92) of Youngstown St.
F: Kevin van Wijk (6'9''-89) of Valparaiso
C: Alec Brown (7'1'') of Wisc.-Green Bay

2nd Team
G: Kaylon Williams (6'3''-89) of Wisc.-Milwaukee
G: Trevon Harmon (6'1''-89) of Cleveland St.
G: Julius Mays (6'2''-89) of Wright St.
F: Ben Averkamp (6'8'') of Loyola, IL
G: Ronald Nored (6'0'') of Butler

All-Defensive Team
Ronald Nored (6'0''-G) of Butler
Damian Eargle (6'7''-F-89) of Youngstown St.
D'Aundray Brown (6'4''-G-88) of Cleveland St.
Trevon Harmon (6'1''-G-89) of Cleveland St.
Ryan Allen (6'3''-G) of Wisc.-Milwaukee

All-Newcomers Team
Julius Mays (6'2''-G-89) of Wright St.
Keifer Sykes (5'10''-G) of Wisc.-Green Bay
Anton Grady (6'8''-F-92) of Cleveland St.
Roosevelt Jones (6'4''-F) of Butler
Gary Talton (6'1''-G-90) of Ill.-Chicago

All-Tournament Team
Ray McCallum (6'1''-G-91) of Detroit Mercy
Lamarcus Lowe (6'11''-F/C) of Detroit Mercy
Jason Calliste (6'2''-G) of Detroit Mercy
Kevin van Wijk (6'9''-F-89) of Valparaiso
Ryan Broekhoff (6'7''-G/F-90) of Valparaiso



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