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MAAC: Season 2011-2012

MAAC Standings
 1. Iona   11-2 (20-5) 
 2. Loyola, MD   9-4 (16-7) 
 3. Manhattan   9-5 (17-10) 
 4. Fairfield   8-2 (13-8) 
 5. Niagara   7-6 (12-14) 
 6. Rider   7-6 (10-16) 
 7. Marist   6-8 (12-14) 
 8. Siena   5-8 (10-14) 
 9. St.Peter's   3-12 (4-23) 
 10. Canisius   1-13 (5-20) 

Points Per Game
 Michael GLOVER
  Avg: 18.5
 1. Glover, Iona18.5 
 2. Beamon, Manhattan18.4 
 3. Green, Niagara17.7 
 4. Washington, Canisi.17.0 
 5. Sanders, Fairfield16.8 
 6. Lamont, Iona16.0 
 7. Hymes, Canisius15.4 
 8. Mason, Niagara15.1 
 9. Anosike, Siena15.0 
 10. Lewis, Marist14.4 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 12.4
 1. Anosike, Siena12.4 
 2. Glover, Iona9.0 
 3. Sanders, Fairfield8.3 
 4. Etherly, Loyol.7.5 
 5. Manhertz, Canisius7.4 
 6. Conley, St.Peter's7.4 
 7. Kemp, Marist7.2 
 8. Stewart, Rider6.6 
 9. Penn, Rider6.4 
 10. Walker, Loyola, MD6.3 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 9.9
 1. Machado, Iona9.9 
 2. Thompson, Rider4.7 
 3. Green, Niagara4.5 
 4. Hymes, Siena3.7 
 5. Needham, Fairfield3.4 
 6. Alvarado, Manha.3.1 
 7. Downey, Siena3.1 
 8. Andujar, Manhattan3.0 
 9. Wade, Fairfield3.0 
 10. Lamont, Iona3.0 
Steals Per Game
 Juanya GREEN
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Green, Niagara1.9 
 2. Hall, St.Peter's1.8 
 3. Lewis, Marist1.7 
 4. Cormier, Loyol.1.6 
 5. Machado, Iona1.6 
 6. Beamon, Manhattan1.4 
 7. Sanders, Fairfield1.4 
 8. Jordan, Niagara1.4 
 9. Alvarado, Manha.1.4 
 10. Groves, Canisius1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Rhamel BROWN
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Brown, Manhattan2.4 
 2. Kemp, Marist2.2 
 3. Olander, Fairfield1.9 
 4. Etherly, Loyol.1.4 
 5. Walker, Loyola, MD1.3 
 6. Walters, Siena1.3 
 7. Conley, St.Peter's1.2 
 8. Glover, Iona1.1 
 9. Anosike, Siena1.0 
 10. Ferguson, St.Pe.1.0 

Loyola College wins the MAAC 2011-2012 title (Photo: MAA)

MAAC Women 2011-2012
Official Web Site

Loyola College 2011-12
Jimmy Patsos Jimmy Patsos Patsos
Shane Walker
Erik Etherly
Dylon Cormier
Robert Olson
R.J. Williams
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
5  Walker Shane 208 (6'10'') F United Kingdom
24  Etherly Erik 200 (6'7'') F USA
3  Cormier Dylon 187 (6'2'') G USA
25  Olson Robert 193 (6'4'') G USA
12  Williams R.J. 172 (5'8'') G USA
2  Drummond Justin 193 (6'4'') G USA
1  Winbush Anthony 200 (6'7'') F USA
10  Hall Jhared 187 (6'2'') G USA
55  Wiegand Josh 205 (6'9'') F/C USA
30  Brooks Julius 205 (6'9'') F USA
20  Williams Pierson 195 (6'5'') G USA
33  Wandrusch Luke 185 (6'1'') G USA
15  Latham Jordan 203 (6'8'') F USA
34  Onyiuke Chido 198 (6'6'') F USA
23  Hubbard Tyler 185 (6'1'') G USA
Head Coach: Jimmy Patsos
Coach Assistant: G.G. Smith
Coach Assistant: Luke D'Alessio
Coach Assistant: Greg Manning

Loyola Holds On to Win MAAC Championship - Mar 6, 2012

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- Erik Etherly had 10 points and seven rebounds to lead Loyola back into the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1994 with a 48-44 win over Fairfield Monday in the MAAC championship game.
The second-seeded Greyhounds (24-8) trailed by four at halftime, but opened the second half on an 11-1 run.
Loyola held Fairfield without a point for almost 8 minutes and then held on for its fifth win in six games.
Rakim Sanders scored 12 points and Ryan Olander had 11 for Fairfield (19-14), which upset the tournament's top seed, Iona, in Sunday's semifinals. Maurice Barrow added 10 points and 13 rebounds in the losing effort.
Loyola shot just 33 percent, but held Fairfield to 29 percent and just six second-half field goals.
Fairfield missed its first 13 shots after intermission and went 7:48 without a point, before a foul shot by Desmond Wade.
A jump shot by Etherly capped the run and gave the Greyhounds a 37-31 lead.
Colin Nickerson broke the Fairfield field-goal drought with a layup, but a 3-point play by Jordan Lathem stretched the lead back to seven.
It was 47-41 when Wade hit a fall-away 3-pointer to cut the Greyhound lead to just three points with just more than 2 1/2 minutes left. Fairfield had several chances to tie the game, but missed three 3s in the last minute.
Shane Walker's foul shot gave the Greyhounds their final margin of victory.
Etherly, who scored 21 points in each of Loyola's first two tournament games, picked up two fouls in the first 90 seconds of this one. But Loyola used a 10-2 run to go up 16-9 midway through the fist half.
Fairfield responded with a 7-0 run to tie the game as the Stags had success going inside. An assist, a blocked, shot and two free throws from Olander put Fairfield up 23-20, and his 3-pointer and another blocked shot helped send the Stags into the half up 30-26.
The Stags scored just 14 points after halftime.
The two teams split their regular-season meetings, each winning on the other's home floor -- Loyola by three points in Bridgeport on Jan. 13 and the Stags beat the Greyhounds 68-51 in Maryland on Feb. 12.
That was one of three losses in the Stags' final four regular-season games. But Fairfield came alive during the tournament, avenging a regular season-ending loss to Rider in the opening round, and stunning top-seeded Iona by 10 points in Sunday's semifinals.
Fairfield has been playing without its starting point guard, Derek Needham, who broke his left foot on Feb. 24 in a loss at Iona, and Wade, the backup, picked up his third foul early in the second half.
Loyola, the tournament's second seed, breezed through their first two games in the tournament, beating Niagara by 13 points and Siena by 10. This was the just the Greyhounds second trip to the conference finals. They beat Manhattan in the 1994 championship game
Fairfield, which was playing in its seventh conference championship game, has not been to the NCAA tournament since winning the MAAC title in 1997.
The Greyhounds are just one win from tying the school record for victories in a season, set back in 1948-49. This is their first 20-win campaign as a Division I program.
Fairfield's women lost earlier in the day to Marist in the women's conference final.

Courtesy of MAAC

MAAC Tournament Final: Loyola - Fairfield 48-44
MAAC Tournament Semifinals:
Fairfield - Iona 85-75
Loyola - Siena 70-60

All-MAAC 1st Team 2011-2012
Scott Machado
Rakim Sanders
Michael Glover
Erik Etherly
George Beamon

Player of the Year: Scott Machado (6'1''-G-90) of Iona
All-Tournament MVP: Erik Etherly (6'7''-F) of Loyola, MD
Defensive Player of the Year: Rhamel Brown (6'6''-F/C-92) of Manhattan
Rookie of the Year: Juanya Green (6'3''-G) of Niagara
Sixth Man of the Year: Justin Drummond (6'4''-G) of Loyola, MD
Coach of the Year: Jimmy Patsos of Loyola, MD

1st Team
G/F: Rakim Sanders (6'5''-89) of Fairfield
F: Michael Glover (6'7'') of Iona
G: Scott Machado (6'1''-90) of Iona
F: Erik Etherly (6'7'') of Loyola, MD
G/F: George Beamon (6'4''-91) of Manhattan
F: O.D. Anosike (6'8''-91) of Siena

2nd Team
G: Harold Washington (6'1'') of Canisius
G: Derek Needham (5'11'') of Fairfield
G: Jones Lamont (6'0''-G) of Iona College
G: Dylon Cormier (6'2'') of Loyola, MD
F: Brandon Penn (6'8'') of Rider

3rd Team
G: Justin Drummond (6'4'') of Loyola, MD
G: Robert Olson (6'4'') of Loyola, MD
G: Michael Alvarado (6'2''-92) of Manhattan
G: Devin Price (6'1''-90) of Marist
G: Juanya Green (6'3'') of Niagara
F: Darius Conley (6'7''-89) of St.Peter's

All-Tournament Team
Scott Machado (6'1''-G-90) of Iona
Desmond Wade (5'8''-G-89) of Fairfield
Rakim Sanders (6'5''-G/F-89) of Fairfield
Justin Drummond (6'4''-G) of Loyola, MD
Robert Olson (6'4''-G) of Loyola, MD

All-Freshman Team
Emmy Andujar (6'5''-F-93) of Manhattan
Chavaughn Lewis (6'5''-G/F) of Marist
Juanya Green (6'3''-G) of Niagara
Antoine Mason (6'3''-G) of Niagara
Evan Hymes (5'8''-G) of Siena

All-Academic Team
Ryan Olander (7'0''-C) of Fairfield
Kyle Smyth (6'4''-G) of Iona
Kevin Laue (6'11''-C-90) of Manhattan
Liam McCabe-Moran (6'4''-F-89) of Manhattan
Torgrim Sommerfeldt (6'6''-F-89) of Manhattan
Jay Bowie (6'5''-G/F-92) of Marist
Jesse Martin (6'2''-G) of Marist
Eric Williams (6'8''-F-87) of Niagara
Paul Kowalski (6'6''-F-89) of Niagara
Kevin Noon (6'1''-G) of Rider

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