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Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Men Basketball

  2011-2012    Other Seasons    2013-2014  

MEAC: Season 2012-2013

MEAC Ranking
 1. Norfolk St.   16-0(21-11) 
 2. N.C.Central   15-1(22-9) 
 3. Savannah St.   11-5(19-14) 
 4. Hampton   11-5(14-17) 
 5. Morgan St.   10-6(17-15) 
 6. N.Carolina A&T   8-8(19-16) 
 7. Delaware St.   8-8(15-18) 
 8. Beth.-Cookman   7-9(14-20) 
 9. Florida A&M   5-11(8-23) 
 10. Coppin St.   5-11(8-24) 
 11. Howard   4-12(7-23) 
 12. S.Carolina St.   2-14(6-24) 
 13. Md-E Shore   2-14(2-26) 

Points Per Game
 Adrien COLEMAN
  Beth.-Co.
  (196-G-90)
  Avg: 17.8
 1. Coleman, Beth.-Co.17.8 
 2. Ingram, N.C.Cent.15.7 
 3. Kidd, N.C.Central14.5 
 4. Black, Morgan St.14.2 
 5. Williams, Norfolk14.2 
 6. Adams, Florida A&M13.8 
 7. Jackson, Morgan S.13.7 
 8. Mays, Md-E Shore13.3 
 9. Hezekiah, S.Caro.12.9 
 10. Tate, Delaware St.12.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Michael MURRAY
  Coppin St.
  (196-F-91)
  Avg: 8.9
 1. Murray, Coppin St.8.9 
 2. Louis, Savannah S.7.8 
 3. Hezekiah, S.Caro.7.4 
 4. Coleman, Beth.-Co.7.4 
 5. Maxwell, Hampton7.2 
 6. Witter, N.Car.7.1 
 7. Oliver, Delaware S.7.0 
 8. Phillips, Howard7.0 
 9. Kidd, N.C.Central6.9 
 10. Snyder, Md-E Sho.6.8 
Assists Per Game
 Emanuel CHAPMAN
  N.C.Cent.
  (185-PG-91)
  Avg: 5.8
 1. Chapman, N.C.Cent.5.8 
 2. Toombs, S.Caroli.5.3 
 3. Fuentes, Norfolk5.0 
 4. Powers, Hampton4.6 
 5. Frazier, Howard3.9 
 6. Blackman, Savanna.3.5 
 7. Dukes, Beth.-Co.3.1 
 8. Cephas, Coppin St.3.0 
 9. Coleman, Beth.-Co.2.9 
 10. Black, Morgan St.2.9 
Steals Per Game
 Troy FRANKLIN
  Coppin St.
  (180-PG-89)
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Franklin, Coppin S.2.4 
 2. Snyder, Md-E Shore1.9 
 3. Fuentes, Norfolk1.8 
 4. Adams, Florida A&M1.8 
 5. Powell, N.Car.1.8 
 6. Oliver, Delaware S.1.8 
 7. Brown, Hampton1.7 
 8. Jackson, Morgan S.1.7 
 9. Toombs, S.Caroli.1.6 
 10. Frazier, Howard1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Austin WITTER
  N.Car.
  (203-F-91)
  Avg: 2.9
 1. Witter, N.Car.2.9 
 2. Gray, Delaware St.2.6 
 3. Smith, Savannah.2.5 
 4. Maxwell, Hampton2.4 
 5. Duncan, Morgan St.2.2 
 6. Goode, Norfolk St.2.0 
 7. Oliver, Delaware S.1.9 
 8. Smith, Beth.-Co.1.9 
 9. Chiles, Morgan St.1.6 
 10. Palmer, S.Caroli.1.5 

MEAC Women 2012-2013
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North Carolina A&T State University wins the MEAC 2012-2013 title (Photo: MEAC)
North Carolina A&T State University 2012-13
Cy Alexander Cy Alexander Alexander
Adrian Powell
Powell
Austin Witter
Witter
Bruce Beckford
Beckford
Lamont Middleton
Middleton
R.J. Buck
Buck
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
1  Powell Adrian 198 (6'6'') F USA
31  Witter Austin 203 (6'8'') F 91 USA
34  Beckford Bruce 201 (6'7'') F 94 USA
2  King Khalid 188 (6'2'') PG USA
30  Middleton Lamont 190 (6'3'') G 89 USA
10  Stewart Shaun 183 (6'0'') PG USA
21  Buck R.J. 190 (6'3'') G 91 USA
4  Upchurch Dametrius 201 (6'7'') F 91 USA
3  Underwood Jeremy 183 (6'0'') PG 92 USA
5  Louisme Jean 193 (6'4'') G USA
15  Behohn-Tolly Dominique 198 (6'6'') F 89 Cameroon
42  Butler Corvon 198 (6'6'') F USA
0  Smith Lawrence 196 (6'5'') F USA
33  Siverand Waylan 201 (6'7'') F USA
Head Coach: Cy Alexander
Coach Assistant: Jay Joyner
Coach Assistant: Darren Corbett
Coach Assistant: Odell Witherspoon


North Carolina A&T Wins 2013 MEAC Basketball Tournament Title - Mar 17, 2013

Norfolk, Va., March 16, 2013-Lamont Middleton scored all 13 of his points in the second half, Austin Witter (6'8''-F-91) came up with a big blocked shots and Adrian Powell (6'6''-F) converted two big free throws to help North Carolina A&T defeat Morgan State, 57-54 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Men's and Women's Basketball Tournament championship at the Scope. The Aggies (19-16) receive the conference's automatic qualification to the NCAA tournament and will await the announcement of the pairings on Sunday.

The game was a tightly contested throughout with both teams getting mini runs. It went back and forth. The Bears once led by seven and the Aggies by five before they settled for a 28-28 deadlock at the half.

Powell, who was named the tournament outstanding performer, led the Aggies with 10 while Witter contributed eight. Morgan State (17-15) got 12 points from
Dewayne Jackson (6'8''-F-90), a All-MEAC first team selection, and seven off the bench from Anthony Hubbard (6'5''-G-85).

It was more of the same in the second half as they continued to grind it out. Then Middleton began to make a difference, scoring several key baskets for the Aggies to keep the Bears at bay. It was his short jumper that gave North Carolina A&T a 53-47 lead at the 5:23 mark.

"Once we stopped giving up second chance points, Middleton went to work," said NC A&T Coach
Cy Alexander . "He came over to me and said that he could be effective if we let him post his man up."

Jackson answered with two free-throws and after a two-minute scoreless stretch by both teams, Hubbard scored on a tip-in for Morgan State to make it, 53-51 at the 3:57 mark.

Then came what could have been one of the biggest plays of the game. Following a missed North Carolina A&T shot at one end, the Bears had a chance to tie the game, but Witter, the MEAC Defensive Player of the Year, came over and made a block on a shot attempt by Hubbard. The Aggies took advantage at the other end, getting a basket from
Bruce Beckford (6'7''-F-94) to make it a four-point turnaround and a 55-51 lead with 1:44 remaining.

"
Austin Witter blocked a big shot at the end of the game," said Alexander. "His timing on blocking shots is incredible. He just seems to know the right time to jump. And then the guy who I have all the confidence in the world got fouled, stepped to the line and knocked them down."

The Bears made it interesting when Blake Bozeman nailed a long 3-pointer with 1:31 on the clock. But the Aggies got the two free throws from Powell and got the stops they needed down the stretch to close out with the championship, its first since 1995.

"It is tough losing this one," said Morgan State head coach
Todd Bozeman . "You can't win a game shooting as bad as we did from the free throw line (Morgan State missed 8-of-14 in the second half). I am really happy for Cy (Alexander) and his team. For him to get another head coaching job in the league and to win a championship is great."

Jackson closed out his career at Morgan leading all scorers with 20 points while Hubbard contributed 10 in a losing cause.

"I wanted to get this championship for
Dewayne Jackson," said Bozeman, who has led Morgan State to four of the last five tournament finals.

Powell led the Aggies with 14, Middleton with 13 and Witter with 11 points, 9 rebounds and 5 blocked shots.

The all-tournament was Adrien Coleman of Bethune Cookman,
Adrian Powell of North Carolina A&T, Dewayne Jackson of Morgan State, Lamont Middleton of North Carolina A&T and Kevin Dukes of Bethune Cookman. Powell was named the tournament Outstanding Performer and Cy Alexander the outstanding tournament coach.

Courtesy of MEAC

MEAC Tournament Final: N.Carolina A&T - Morgan St. 57-54
MEAC Tournament Semifinals:
N.Carolina A&T - Delaware St. 84-78
Morgan St. - Beth.-Cookman 82-71


All-MEAC 1st Team 2012-2013
#s#
Adrian Powell
Powell
Jeremy Ingram
Ingram
Pendarvis Williams
Williams
Dewayne Jackson
Jackson
Stanton Kidd
Kidd
#e#5

All-Tournament MVP: Adrian Powell (6'6''-F) of N.Carolina A&T
Player of the Year: Pendarvis Williams (6'6''-G-91) of Norfolk St.
Defensive Player of the Year: Austin Witter (6'8''-F-91) of N.Carolina A&T
Rookie of the Year: Deron Powers (5'11''-PG-92) of Hampton
Coach of the Year: Anthony Evans of Norfolk St. USA

1st Team
G: Jeremy Ingram (6'3''-92) of N.C.Central
G: Pendarvis Williams (6'6''-91) of Norfolk St.
F: Dewayne Jackson (6'8''-90) of Morgan St.
F: Stanton Kidd (6'7''-92) of N.C.Central
G: Adrien Coleman (6'5''-90) of Beth.-Cookman

2nd Team
G: Tahj Tate (6'4''-90) of Delaware St.
G: Ray Willis (6'6''-89) of N.C.Central
PG: Preston Blackman (6'0''-90) of Savannah St.
F: Rashad Hassan (6'7''-89) of Savannah St.
F: Matthew Hezekiah (6'11''-92) of S.Carolina St.

3rd Team
F: Adrian Powell (6'6'') of N.Carolina A&T
G/F: Justin Black (6'2''-92) of Morgan St.
PG: Jamie Adams (5'10'') of Florida A&M
F: Rob Johnson (6'8''-89) of Norfolk St.
F: Austin Witter (6'8''-91) of N.Carolina A&T

All-Tournament Team
Adrian Powell (6'6''-F) of N.Carolina A&T
Kevin Dukes (5'9''-PG-90) of Beth.-Cookman
Adrien Coleman (6'5''-G-90) of Beth.-Cookman
Dewayne Jackson (6'8''-F-90) of Morgan St.
Lamont Middleton (6'3''-G-89) of N.Carolina A&T

All-Rookie Team
Rashid Gaston (6'8''-F) of Norfolk St.
Patrick Cole (6'5''-G-93) of Coppin St.
Bruce Beckford (6'7''-F-94) of N.Carolina A&T
Deron Powers (5'11''-PG-92) of Hampton
Darryl Palmer (6'7''-F-93) of S.Carolina St.


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