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MAAC: Season 2012-2013

MAAC Ranking
 1. Niagara 13-5(19-13) 
 2. Loyola, MD 12-6(21-11) 
 3. Rider 12-6(18-14) 
 4. Iona 11-7(20-13) 
 5. Canisius 11-7(18-13) 
 6. Fairfield 9-9(19-15) 
 7. Manhattan 9-9(14-18) 
 8. Marist 6-12(10-21) 
 9. Siena 4-14(8-24) 
 10. St.Peters 3-15(9-21) 

Points Per Game
  Avg: 23.3
 1. Lamont, Iona23.3 
 2. Mason, Niagara18.5 
 3. Armand, Iona16.9 
 4. Baron, Canisius16.9 
 5. Green, Niagara16.8 
 6. Lewis, Marist16.7 
 7. Cormier, Loyol.16.5 
 8. Etherly, Loyol.15.9 
 9. Washington, St.Pe.14.7 
 10. Needham, Fairfield14.6 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 11.4
 1. Anosike, Siena11.4 
 2. Laury, Iona10.6 
 3. Manhertz, Canisius8.9 
 4. Kemp, Marist8.6 
 5. Stewart, Rider7.4 
 6. Brown, Manhattan7.3 
 7. Winbush, Loyol.6.3 
 8. Etherly, Loyol.6.2 
 9. Heath, Canisius6.0 
 10. Sidibe, Fairfield6.0 
Assists Per Game
 Juanya GREEN
  Avg: 5
 1. Green, Niagara5.0 
 2. Baron, Canisius5.0 
 3. Ffrench, St.Peter's4.5 
 4. Morton, Marist3.9 
 5. Williams, Loyol.3.9 
 6. Hymes, Siena3.7 
 7. Lamont, Iona3.6 
 8. Wade, Fairfield3.4 
 9. Sledge, Iona3.3 
 10. Needham, Fairfield3.2 
Steals Per Game
 Chavaughn LEWIS
  Avg: 2
 1. Lewis, Marist2.0 
 2. Brookins, Siena2.0 
 3. Green, Niagara1.9 
 4. Cormier, Loyol.1.9 
 5. Williams, Loyol.1.7 
 6. Nickerson, Fairfie.1.7 
 7. Etherly, Loyol.1.5 
 8. Raymond, St.Pe.1.5 
 9. Thompson, Rider1.4 
 10. Ffrench, St.Peter.1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Rhamel BROWN
  Avg: 3
 1. Brown, Manhattan3.0 
 2. Kemp, Marist2.2 
 3. Laury, Iona1.7 
 4. Heath, Canisius1.5 
 5. Latham, Loyola, MD1.1 
 6. Nd-Ezuma, Rider1.1 
 7. White, Niagara1.0 
 8. Silas, Siena1.0 
 9. Etherly, Loyol.1.0 
 10. Burke, St.Peter's0.9 

Iona College wins the USA MAAC 2012-2013 title (Photo: MAAC)

MAAC Women 2012-2013
Official Web Site

Iona College 2012-13
Tim Cluess Tim Cluess Cluess
Tavon Sledge
Jones Lamont
Sean Armand
Shawn Jackson
Tre Bowman
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
3  Sledge Tavon 175 (5'9'') PG 92 USA
5  English A.J. 193 (6'4'') G USA
2  Lamont Jones 183 (6'0'') G USA
22  Armand Sean 193 (6'4'') G USA
12  Jackson Shawn 206 (6'9'') C USA
23  Bowman Tre 196 (6'5'') G USA
33  Dennis Curtis 196 (6'5'') G 88 USA
0  Ridley Taaj 201 (6'7'') F USA
 Friman Erik 194 (6'5'') G 92 Sweden
32  Moikobo Nyandigisi 201 (6'7'') F Kenya USA
10  Gomez Dashawn 188 (6'2'') PG USA
 Pelle Norvel 208 (6'10'') F/C USA
11  Ellis Grant 196 (6'5'') F USA
13  Laury David 203 (6'8'') F USA
1  Anderson Desean 203 (6'8'') F USA
Head Coach: Tim Cluess
Coach Assistant: Bill O'Keefe
Coach Assistant: Zak Boisvert
Coach Assistant: Jared Grasso

Iona Wins 2013 MAAC Men's Basketball Championship - Mar 12, 2013

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- Tre Bowman scored 20 points and Iona earned a berth in the NCAA tournament with a 60-57 win over rival Manhattan on Monday night in the MAAC championship game.
Lamont Jones (6'0''-G) added 14 points and earned tournament MVP honors for the fourth-seeded Gaels (20-13), who will be making their second consecutive trip to the NCAAs after receiving an at-large bid last year.

Michael Alvarado (6'2''-PG-92) had 14 points for Manhattan (14-18). The Jaspers led for much of the game and were up by five in the second half before Manhattan went on a 17-2 run to take charge.

This is the Gaels' eighth MAAC title but first since 2006. The victory also gives Iona 20 wins for the fourth consecutive season.

Manhattan led at halftime and was up 35-30 in the second half before Iona went on its run. Sean Armand's layup gave the Gaels their first lead of the half at 37-35 with just over 13 minutes left.

Armand picked up his fourth foul just over a minute later, sending the team's second leading scorer to the bench. Iona then put the ball in Jones' hands and his off-balance jumper made it 43-37.

Manhattan coach Steve Masiello then picked up a technical foul after two warnings for coming out on the court. Jones hit the free throws, and Taaj Ridley extended the lead to 47-37 with a pair of foul shots.

But Ridley was forced to take a seat on the bench when he picked up his fourth foul with more than 8 minutes left.

Manhattan cut the lead to six on a steal and layup by Emmy Andujar with 2:30 left, forced a shot-clock violation and made it a four-point game on a pair of free throws by Rhamel Brown.

But the Jaspers could not get a rebound on the other end. A pair of foul shots by Bowman made it 58-52 and a steal and dunk by David Laury sealed it.

The game was played at Manhattan's pace. Iona came in averaging more than 81 points, while the Jaspers were holding opponents to just under 61.

Manhattan missed its first six shots, but Iona made just two of its first seven and led 4-3 at the first media timeout.

The Jaspers used an 8-0 run to turn an 18-13 deficit into a 21-18 lead and quickly pushed it to six, but a jump shot by Jones just before the halftime buzzer cut the lead to 26-24.

Iona is hoping for some redemption after the Gaels wasted a 25-point lead in a first-round loss to BYU in last year's NCAAs.

The New York rivals, whose campuses are separated by less than 10 miles, were meeting for the 82nd time but had never met in the championship game. They split two meetings during the regular season, including a double-overtime thriller won by Manhattan at home on Feb. 14.

The Jaspers had won eight of their last 10 coming in, and the two losses were by a total of four points.

Manhattan made its run to the final without its best player, guard George Beamon, who played just four games this season after suffering a severe ankle injury in the season opener.

Jones came in averaging 23.5 points, second behind Virginia Tech's Erik Green on the list of the nation's top scorers. But the MAAC player of the year has been fighting flu-like symptoms throughout the tournament.

Iona knocked off fifth-seeded Canisius and No. 1 seed Niagara on its way to the final. Manhattan upset third-seeded Loyola before beating seventh-seeded Fairfield.

Courtesy of MAAC

MAAC Tournament Final: Iona - Manhattan 60-57
MAAC Tournament Semifinals:
Iona - Niagara 79-73
Manhattan - Fairfield 60-42

All-MAAC 1st Team 2012-2013
Lamont Jones
Billy Baron
Dylon Cormier
Erik Etherly
Juanya Green

Player of the Year: Lamont Jones (6'0''-G) of Iona
All-Tournament MVP: Lamont Jones (6'0''-G) of Iona
Defensive Player of the Year: Rhamel Brown (6'7''-F/C-92) of Manhattan
Co-Rookie of the Year: Amadou Sidibe (6'8''-F) of Fairfield
Co-Rookie of the Year: Shane Richards (6'5''-F-94) of Manhattan
Sixth Man of the Year: Maurice Barrow (6'5''-F) of Fairfield
Coach of the Year: Joe Mihalich of Niagara

1st Team
G: Billy Baron (6'2''-90) of Canisius
G: Lamont Jones (6'0'') of Iona
PG: Dylon Cormier (6'2'') of Loyola, MD
F: Erik Etherly (6'7'') of Loyola, MD
PG: Juanya Green (6'3'') of Niagara

2nd Team
PG: Derek Needham (5'11'') of Fairfield
G: Sean Armand (6'4'') of Iona
F/C: Rhamel Brown (6'7''-92) of Manhattan
G: Jonathon Thompson (6'4'') of Rider
F: O.D. Anosike (6'8''-91) of Siena

3rd Team
PG: Harold Washington (6'1''-90) of Canisius
F: David Laury (6'8'') of Iona
F: Adam Kemp (6'10'') of Marist
G: Chavaughn Lewis (6'5'') of Marist
G: Anthony Myles (6'5'') of Rider
F: Daniel Stewart (6'7'') of Rider

All-Tournament Team
Antoine Mason (6'3''-G) of Niagara
Michael Alvarado (6'2''-PG-92) of Manhattan
Rhamel Brown (6'7''-F/C-92) of Manhattan
Tre Bowman (6'5''-G) of Iona
David Laury (6'8''-F) of Iona

All-Rookie Team
Marcus Gilbert (6'6''-F) of Fairfield
Amadou Sidibe (6'8''-F) of Fairfield
Shane Richards (6'5''-F-94) of Manhattan
Rashawn Stores (5'11''-PG-91) of Manhattan
T.J. Cline (6'8''-F) of Niagara

All-Academic Team
Isaac Sosa Carrion (6'3''-G-90) of Canisius
Denzel Brito (6'1''-G) of Loyola, IL
Anthony Winbush (6'7''-F) of Loyola, MD
Jay Bowie (6'5''-G-92) of Marist
Jesse Martin (6'2''-G) of Marist
Patrick Ramsey (6'4''-G) of Marist
Manny Thomas (6'5''-G) of Marist
Tourron Whitfield (6'2''-PG) of Marist
Emerson Bursis (6'5''-F) of Rider
O.D. Anosike (6'8''-F-91) of Siena
Davis Martens (6'9''-F-89) of Siena

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