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WVIAC: Season 2012-2013

West Virgina Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) was disbanded on September 1, 2013
WVIAC Ranking
 1. W.Liberty St. 21-1 (30-1) 
 2. Fairmont St. 17-5 (22-8) 
 3. Alders.-Broad. 16-6 (20-9) 
 4. Charleston Un. 14-8 (19-9) 
 5. Wheeling Jesuit 14-8 (19-10) 
 6. Concord 12-10 (16-11) 
 7. Seton Hill 12-10 (16-12) 
 8. Shepherd 12-10 (15-12) 
 9. Pitt-Johnstown 10-12 (15-13) 
 10. W.Virg.Wesl. 9-13 (12-15) 
 11. Glenville St. 8-14 (13-16) 
 12. W.Virginia St. 7-15 (10-19) 
 13. Davis & Elkins 7-15 (8-19) 
 14. Bluefield St. 4-18 (4-23) 
 15. Ohio Valley 2-20 (3-26) 

West Liberty State College wins the USA WVIAC 2012-2013 title (WVIAC)

WVIAC Women 2012-2013
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West Liberty State College 2012-13
Jim Crutchfield Jim Crutchfield Crutchfield
Cedric Harris
C.J. Hester
Alex Falk
Tim Hausfeld
Seger Bonifant
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
32  Harris Cedric 183 (6'0'') G USA
13  Hester C.J. 193 (6'4'') G USA
20  Falk Alex 190 (6'3'') G USA
10  Hausfeld Tim 170 (5'7'') PG USA
5  Bonifant Seger 201 (6'7'') F USA
1  Morrow Chris 198 (6'6'') F USA
12  Dyer Shawn 183 (6'0'') G USA
23  Goodwin Bubby 183 (6'0'') G USA
24  Lamberti Mike 196 (6'5'') F USA
33  Cockburn Keene 196 (6'5'') G USA
2  Yunetz Jeff 185 (6'1'') G USA
3  Brown Nick 201 (6'7'') F USA
4  Hoehn Devin 178 (5'10'') PG USA
15  Wetzel Torin 201 (6'7'') G USA
21  Stoffer Tanner 193 (6'4'') G USA
Head Coach: Jim Crutchfield
Coach Assistant: Ben Howlett
Coach Assistant: Aaron Huffman

Hilltoppers Win Third Straight WVIAC Tournament Championship - Mar 7, 2013

CHARLESTON, W. Va. West Liberty notched its third straight WVIAC Tournament Championship with a huge second half, downing Fairmont State 92-78.

The score was tied six times and the lead changed on seven occasions in the first period.

For much of the first five minutes of the game, the Falcons held a small lead. The squad had a five-point edge, which was the largest margin for the designated visitors in the contest.

Tied at 31, C.J. Hester hit a lay-up for a two-point edge with 5:01 to go. Bubby Goodwin hit a three-point shot to make it a five-point advantage, but the Falcons Brendan Cooper countered with a jumper of his own.

Goodwin buried a deep three to push the lead to six, 39-33, with 3:26 to play. Seger Bonfiant got into the act, drilling a three to make it a 42-33 contest at the 2:54 mark. However, Cooper hit four charity tosses down the stretch and Isaac Thornton scored a three-point shot, pulling FSU within two at the break.

The Falcons netted six of the first eight points of the second half, taking a 46-44 lead at the 18-minute mark. The teams traded buckets and Thorntons lay-up with 16:28 to play put FSU up 48-46. Just 15 seconds later, Chris Morrows deep three-point shot gave the Hilltoppers a lead they would not relinquish. The shot started a 10-0 run that lasted 2:30.

WLU pushed its lead to 10 on two free throws by Alex Falk (6'3''-G) with 12:17 to play. Holding a 60-52 lead with 12:02 to go, the Hilltoppers went on another run, this time it resulted in an 18-point advantage at 72-54.

The victors led by as many as 20 and allowed the Falcons to pull within single digits for just 19 ticks the rest of the way.

Falk led all scorers with 27 points to go along with six assists and four steals. Hester added 21 points and 14 rebounds while Goodwin netted 18. Shawn Dyer chipped in 12. Chris Morrow stuffed three field goal attempts and pulled down seven rebounds. WLU drilled 54.7 percent of its shots from the floor and canned 29-of-33 free throw attempts (87.9 percent).

The Falcons were paced by Malik Stith and Thornton. Both players shared team-high honors with 17 points apiece. Cooper added 13 points while KeChaun Lewis hit for nine points. Isaiah Hill added eight points, seven rebounds and three blocks.

WVIAC Tournament Final: West Liberty - Fairmont State 92-78
WVIAC Tournament Semifinals:
Fairmont State - Alderson-Broaddus 75-74 OT
West Liberty - Wheeling Jesuit 92-73

All-WVIAC 1st Team 2012-2013
Alex Falk
Kurklin Bohanon
Cedric Harris
Terrell Lipkins
Chad Moore

Player of the Year: Alex Falk (6'3''-G) of W.Liberty St.
All-Tournament MVP: Alex Falk (6'3''-G) of W.Liberty St.
Freshman of the Year: Justin Fritts (6'1''-PG) of Wheeling Jesuit
Coach of the Year: Jim Crutchfield of W.Liberty St.

1st Team
G: Kurklin Bohanon (6'3''-90) of Alders.-Broad.
G: Alex Falk (6'3'') of W.Liberty St.
G: Cedric Harris (6'0'') of W.Liberty St.
PG: Terrell Lipkins (6'0'') of Charleston Un.
F: Chad Moore (6'5'') of Shepherd
PG: Nick Novak (6'0'') of Pitt-Johnstown
G: Ben Siefert (6'3'') of Wheeling Jesuit
G: Isaac Thornton (6'3''-81) of Fairmont St.
F: Kelsey Williams (6'7'') of W.Virg.Wesl.

2nd Team
F: Brendan Cooper (6'7'') of Fairmont St.
G: C.J. Hester (6'4'') of W.Liberty St.
F: Isaiah Hill (6'9'') of Fairmont St.
PG: D'Quan Lynch (5'10'') of Davis & Elkins
G: Jamel Morris (6'3'') of Glenville St.
G: Brantley Osborne (6'2'') of Shepherd
PG: Malik Stith (5'11'') of Fairmont St.
F: Damien Tunstalle (6'4'') of Concord

Honorable Mention
Ashton Brown (5'9''-PG) of Ohio Valley
Evan Faulkner (6'1''-G) of Charleston Un.
Anton Hutchins (6'4''-G) of W.Virginia St.
Max Kenyi (6'4''-G) of Seton Hill
Malachi Leonard (6'7''-F) of Seton Hill
Lamar Mallory (6'7''-F) of Glenville St.
Jordan Miller (6'0''-PG) of Pitt-Johnstown

All-Tournament Team
Kurklin Bohanon (6'3''-G-90) of Alders.-Broad.
Brendan Cooper (6'7''-F) of Fairmont St.
Shawn Dyer (6'0''-G) of W.Liberty St.
Alex Falk (6'3''-G) of W.Liberty St.
C.J. Hester (6'4''-G) of W.Liberty St.
Adam Kline (6'6''-F) of Alders.-Broad.
Terrell Lipkins (6'0''-PG) of Charleston Un.
Ben Siefert (6'3''-G) of Wheeling Jesuit
Malik Stith (5'11''-PG) of Fairmont St.
Isaac Thornton (6'3''-G-81) of Fairmont St.

All-Freshman Team
D.J. Blanks (6'3''-G) of Glenville St.
Seger Bonifant (6'7''-F) of W.Liberty St.
Noah Cottrill (6'4''-G) of W.Virg.Wesl.
Justin Fritts (6'1''-PG) of Wheeling Jesuit
Aleksandar Kesic (6'8''-F) of Charleston Un.

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