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  2010-2011    Other Seasons    2012-2013  

MEAC: Season 2011-2012

MEAC Ranking
 1. Norfolk St. 14-3(18-9)
 1. Savannah St. 14-3(17-9)
 3. Beth.-Cookman 13-5(12-14)
 4. Delaware St. 12-5(13-12)
 5. N.C.Central 11-7(13-14)
 6. Coppin St. 9-8(12-14)
 7. Hampton 8-10(9-17)
 8. Florida A&M 8-10(6-20)
 9. N.Carolina A&T 7-10(11-17)
 10. Howard 7-11(8-18)
 11. Morgan St. 6-11(7-18)
 12. Md-E Shore 4-13(7-19)
 13. S.Carolina St. 0-17(5-19)

Points Per Game
 Darrion PELLUM
  Avg: 18.3
 1. Pellum, Hampton18.3 
 2. Gallo, Coppin St.17.1 
 3. Riley, S.Caroli.17.1 
 4. Stevens, Florida17.1 
 5. Sutton, N.C.Central16.4 
 6. Tate, Delaware St.16.1 
 7. O'Quinn, Norfolk15.9 
 8. Willis, N.C.Cent.14.6 
 9. Walker, Delaware.13.3 
 10. Andrews, Howard13.3 
Rebounds Per Game
  Norfolk .
  Avg: 10.4
 1. O'Quinn, Norfolk10.4 
 2. Stevens, Florida10.4 
 3. Williams, Coppin S.8.5 
 4. Thompson, Morgan8.2 
 5. Sanders, S.Caroli.8.0 
 6. Louis, Savannah S.7.9 
 7. Spencer, Md-E S.7.7 
 8. Sutton, N.C.Central7.4 
 9. Bruce, Hampton7.3 
 10. Oliver, Delaware7.2 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 6
 1. Threatt, Delaware.6.0 
 2. Chapman, N.C.Cent.5.1 
 3. Blackmon, Savanna.5.0 
 4. Tuitt, Hampton4.5 
 5. Toombs, S.Caroli.4.4 
 6. Gallo, Coppin St.3.7 
 7. Ellis, Coppin St.3.5 
 8. Frazier, Howard3.5 
 9. Hill, N..3.4 
 10. Pitt, Md-E Shore3.2 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 3
 1. Threatt, Delaware.3.0 
 2. Sutton, N.C.Central2.2 
 3. Tuitt, Hampton1.8 
 4. Woods, Md-E Shore1.7 
 5. Jackson, Morgan S.1.7 
 6. Tolson, Hampton1.6 
 7. Powell, N.Car.1.6 
 8. Stevens, Florida1.5 
 9. Coleman, Beth.-Co.1.4 
 10. Gallo, Coppin St.1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Kendall GRAY
  Delaware St.
  Avg: 3.2
 1. Gray, Delaware St.3.2 
 2. O'Quinn, Norfolk2.7 
 3. Oliver, Delaware S.2.5 
 4. Agbelese, Hampton2.5 
 5. Crowder, Florida2.1 
 6. Sanders, S.Caroli.2.0 
 7. Smith, Savannah.1.9 
 8. Chiles, Morgan St.1.6 
 9. Spencer, Md-E S.1.2 
 10. Thompson, Morgan1.2 

Norfolk State University wins the MEAC 2011-2012 title (Photo: Spartans)

MEAC Women 2011-2012
Official Web Site

Norfolk State University 2011-12
Anthony Evans Anthony Evans Evans
Chris McEachin
Marcos Tamares
Brandon Wheeless
Pendarvis Williams
Jamel Fuentes
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
35  McEachin Chris 195 (6'5'') G/F 89 USA
32  Tamares Marcos 200 (6'7'') F 89 USA
24  Wheeless Brandon 193 (6'4'') G/F 87 USA
11  Williams Pendarvis 198 (6'6'') G 91 USA
3  Fuentes Jamel 190 (6'3'') G 91 USA
10  O'Quinn Kyle 208 (6'10'') F 90 USA
45  Rogers A.J. 198 (6'6'') F 90 USA
 Johnson Rob 200 (6'7'') G/F 89 USA
5  Graham Winston 187 (6'2'') G 90 USA
15  McCauley Rodney 195 (6'5'') G/F 88 USA
21  Weathers Jordan 193 (6'4'') G 92 USA
23  Goode Brandon 210 (6'11'') F 92 USA
31  Maye Riley 203 (6'8'') F 91 USA
20  Revels Reggie 193 (6'4'') G/F 89 USA
22  Brown Kris 190 (6'3'') G 90 USA
13  Pugh Quasim 182 (6'0'') G 89 USA
2  Lila-St.Rose Kievyn 195 (6'5'') G/F 91 USA
Head Coach: Anthony Evans
Coach Assistant: Larry Vickers
Coach Assistant: Wilson Washington

Spartans Hold off Bethune-Cookman 73-70 for 1st MEAC Title - Mar 10, 2012

Led by a deep, veteran roster and an incomparable big man, the Norfolk State mens basketball team is going to the Big Dance for the first time ever.
Tournament Most Outstanding Player Kyle O''Quinn scored 18 points to lead three Spartans in double figures as No. 2 NSU claimed its first-ever MEAC title and NCAA Division I Tournament berth with a 73-70 win over Bethune-Cookman on Saturday afternoon at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
O'Quinn had 18 points and seven rebounds, Pendarvis Williams (6'6''-G-91) added 17 points and all-tournament team selection Rob Johnson (6'7''-G/F-89) had 15 to pace the Spartans (25-9).
Kevin Dukes (5'9''-G-90) led five Wildcat (18-17) players in double figures with 18 points.
NSU built a double-digit lead late in the first half and maintained it for much of the second half before having to fend off the upset-minded Wildcats in the final seconds.
Johnson scored 13 points on 5-of-5 shooting from the floor in the second half. His two free throws with 7:30 left gave NSU a 56-42 lead. The 14-point cushion matched the Spartans biggest advantage of the second half.
But the Wildcats, playing their fourth game in five days, had one more rally in them. Garrius Holloman (6'6''-F) scored on back-to-back B-CU possessions to get his team within six on two occasions. But NSU wing player Brandon Wheeless (6'4''-G/F-87) corralled an offensive rebound off a missed Johnson free throw to give the Spartans a 63-55 lead with 3:27 left.
Still, B-CU kept coming. NSU broke the Wildcats full-court press and O'Quinn dunked to push the Spartan lead to 71-64 with 51 seconds remaining. But BCU sliced its deficit to five on a Javoris Bryant score, and NSU split four free throws that allowed the Wildcats to get within four, and finally three on Hollomans tip-in with 18 seconds left.
O'Quinn slipped with the ball and was called for traveling with 17 seconds left, giving the Wildcats a chance to tie. But Holloman missed a contested 3-pointer, and Ricky Johnson was unable to get off a potential tying trey in the final seconds, settling for a long two-point jumper that missed as NSU held on.
NSU controlled the middle 20 minutes of the game. Williams hit a pair of field goals sandwiched around a 3-pointer by Johnson to complete a 7-0 run that gave the Spartans a 17-10 lead. But Hollomans tip-in with 6:30 remaining in the half capped a 10-4 Wildcats spurt and cut NSUs advantage to 21-20.
But that was the Wildcats last field goal of the half as NSU outscored B-CU 12-0 over the final 5:08 of the opening period. O'Quinn scored six of those points on a trio of turn-around jumpers, then dished to Chris McEachin (6'5''-G/F-89) for a 3-pointer with 1:07 on the clock that gave the Spartans their largest lead of the half, 35-22, heading into the intermission.
The Spartans held B-CU to 8-of-26 shooting (31 percent) in the first half. NSU, meanwhile, connected on 14-of-33 (42 percent) and committed just four turnovers. The Spartans also outrebounded B-CU 21-13 in the first half, with 11 of those boards coming on the offensive end.
NSU held the Wildcats without a field goal for the first four-plus minutes of the second half and extended its lead to 42-28 on Johnsons step-back baseline jumper with 15:43 left to play. But the Wildcats heated up, connecting on 49 percent of their shots in the second half (18-of-37) to finish at 41 percent for the game.
Bryant had 15 points, Adrien Coleman (6'5''-G-90) 14, Holloman 12 and Ricky Johnson 11 for the Wildcats. Those four and leading scorer Dukes were the only B-CU players who scored.
The Spartans shot 44 percent for the game and made 78 percent from the foul line (21-of-27). NSU also outrebounded the Wildcats 37-30.
O'Quinn and Johnson were both named to the all-tournament team. O'Quinn becomes the first player since Hamptons Tommy Adams to win both MEAC Player of the Year and MEAC Tournament MVP since 2002.
There is a great basketball tradition at Norfolk State, said head coach Anthony Evans, who was named MEAC Tournament Most Outstanding Coach. We see all the old CIAA championship banners in (Echols Hall) every day, and were honored and excited to be able to add a MEAC banner to the rafters.

Courtesy of Norfolk St.

MEAC Tournament Final: Bethune-Cookman - Norfolk St. 70-73
MEAC Tournament Semifinals:
Bethune-Cookman - Hampton 81-72
Norfolk St. - Florida A&M 58-46

All-MEAC 1st Team 2011-2012
Kyle O
Darrion Pellum
Jay Threatt
Tony Gallo
Dominique Sutton

Player of the Year: Kyle O'Quinn (6'10''-F-90) of Norfolk St.
All-Tournament MVP: Kyle O'Quinn (6'10''-F-90) of Norfolk St.
Defensive Player of the Year: Kyle O'Quinn (6'10''-F-90) of Norfolk St.
Rookie of the Year: Tahj Tate (6'4''-G) of Delaware St.
Coach of the Year: Horace Broadnax of Savannah St.

1st Team
G: Darrion Pellum (6'6''-87) of Hampton
G: Jay Threatt (5'11''-89) of Delaware St.
G: Tony Gallo (5'11''-89) of Coppin St.
F: Kyle O'Quinn (6'10''-90) of Norfolk St.
F: Dominique Sutton (6'5''-86) of N.C.Central

2nd Team
G/F: Ray Willis (6'6''-89) of N.C.Central
G: Tahj Tate (6'4'') of Delaware St.
G/F: Chris McEachin (6'5''-89) of Norfolk St.
G: Deric Rudolph (5'11''-90) of Savannah St.
F: Marques Oliver (6'7''-91) of Delaware St.
F: Rashad Hassan (6'7''-89) of Savannah St.

All-Tournament Team
Kyle O'Quinn (6'10''-F-90) of Norfolk St.
Rob Johnson (6'7''-G/F-89) of Norfolk St.
Amin Stevens (6'6''-F-90) of Florida A&M
Christopher Tolson (6'0''-G-89) of Hampton
Adrien Coleman (6'5''-G-90) of Beth.-Cookman

All-Rookie Team
Taariq Cephas (5'9''-G-93) of Coppin St.
Tahj Tate (6'4''-G) of Delaware St.
Tyshawn Bell (6'7''-F-91) of Delaware St.
Prince Okoroh (6'5''-G/F) of Howard
Ishaq Pitt (6'4''-G) of Md-E Shore

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