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Gulf South Conference Men Basketball

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GSC: Season 2011-2012

GSC Ranking
1. Al.-Huntsville 13-1 (25-3)
2. Christian Brothers 11-3 (23-5)
3. W.Georgia 8-6 (22-8)
4. W.Florida 8-6 (19-11)
5. N.Alabama 7-7 (15-12)
6. W.Alabama 5-9 (8-20)
7. Valdosta St. 3-11 (11-16)
8. Delta St. 1-13 (6-21)


University of Alabama in Huntsville wins the GSC 2011-2012 title (Photo: GSC)


University of Alabama in Huntsville 2011-12
Lennie Acuff Lennie Acuff Acuff
Srdan Boskovic
Boskovic
Josh Magette
Magette
Xavier Baldwin
Baldwin
Jaime Smith
Smith
Zane Campbell
Campbell
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
32  Boskovic Srdan 198 (6'6'') F   Serbia
2  Magette Josh 185 (6'1'') G   USA
25  Baldwin Xavier 190 (6'3'') G   USA
14  Smith Jaime 188 (6'2'') G   USA
21  Campbell Zane 203 (6'8'') F   USA
54  Carr Will 211 (6'11'') C   USA
22  Chapman Taylor 186 (6'1'') G   USA
33  Mack Ronnie 183 (6'0'') G   USA
3  Wester Brett 182 (6'0'') G   USA
11  Donovan Andrew 203 (6'8'') G   USA
41  Blasi Conner 205 (6'9'') F   USA
Head Coach: Lennie Acuff
Coach Assistant: David Ivey
Coach Assistant: Butch Case


Alabama-Huntsville Wins 2012 GSC Title - Mar 5, 2012

The University of Alabama in Huntsville made school history today by winning its first-ever Gulf South Conference Men's Basketball Tournament Title at The Arena on the campus of Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, FL.
UAH (26-3) hoisted its first-ever trophy in thrilling fashion, pulling away from No. 2 seed Christian Brothers (23-6) in the Sunday's Championships, 58-43.
CBU jumped out to a five-point lead five minutes into the contest, but the Chargers rallied to a seven-point edge thanks to a 12-0 run. The Buccaneers knotted the score at 14-14 at 7:40, but Alabama-Huntsville pulled away en route to a 28-19 halftime advantage. Christian Brothers whittled the deficit to five points less than two minutes into the second frame, but UAH dominated the rest of the way, leading by as many as 17 points.
UAH point guard Josh Magette poured in a game-high 23 points and a team-high seven rebounds in 39 minutes, while forward Srdjan Boskovic added 13 points. CBU forward Zack Warner netted a team-best 17 points, while guard Scott Dennis provided 10 points.
Magette was named the Tournament's Most Outstanding Player. Rounding out the All-Tournament Team was UAH guard Jaime Smith, CBU's Warner and Dennis, West Florida forward Jamar Moore and West Georgia forward Da'Ron Sims.
Alabama-Huntsville also won the league's automatic NCAA Tournament berth and the Chargers should earn the right to host next week's South Regional Tournament. Christian Brothers should earn an at-large NCAA bid, while West Georgia and West Florida also hold out hopes.

Courtesy of GSC

GSC Tournament Final: Christian Brothers - Alabama-Huntsville 43-58
GSC Tournament Semifinals:
Christian Brothers - West Georgia 67-59
Alabama-Huntsville - West Florida 87-84


All-GSC 1st Team 2011-2012
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Josh Magette
Magette
Jaime Smith
Smith
Scott Dennis
Dennis
Zack Warner
Warner
Jamar Moore
Moore
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Co-Player of the Year: Josh Magette (6'1''-G) of Al.-Huntsville
Co-Player of the Year: Scott Dennis (6'5''-G) of Christian Brothers
All-Tournament MVP: Josh Magette (6'1''-G) of Al.-Huntsville
Freshman of the Year: Thomas Higginbotham (5'8''-G) of W.Georgia
Coach of the Year: Lennie Acuff of Al.-Huntsville

1st Team
G: Josh Magette (6'1'') of Al.-Huntsville
G: Jaime Smith (6'2'') of Al.-Huntsville
G: Scott Dennis (6'5'') of Christian Brothers
F: Zack Warner (6'9'') of Christian Brothers
G/F: Jamar Moore (6'6'') of W.Florida

2nd Team
F: Zane Campbell (6'8'') of Al.-Huntsville
G: Beaumont Beasley (6'0''-89) of N.Alabama
F: Theron Jenkins (6'6'') of N.Alabama
F: Marquis Mathis (6'7'') of W.Florida
F: Da'Ron Sims (6'6''-90) of W.Georgia

All-Tournament Team
Josh Magette (6'1''-G) of Al.-Huntsville
Jaime Smith (6'2''-G) of Al.-Huntsville
Zack Warner (6'9''-F) of Christian Brothers
Scott Dennis (6'5''-G) of Christian Brothers
Jamar Moore (6'6''-G/F) of W.Florida
Da'Ron Sims (6'6''-F-90) of W.Georgia



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