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 2 Vincennes Univ.  
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 24 E.Florida St.  
 25 Tallahassee CC  
Last:2/19/2019
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 2 Schoolcraft CC  
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 5 Highland CC, KS  
 6 Parkland CC  
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 19 Dakota Co. Tech  
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Last:2/19/2019
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 Terrell BROWN
  Shorelin.
  (188-G-)
  Avg: 30
 1. Terrell Brown Shorelin.30.0 
 2. Tevin Brewer E.Oklah.27.0 
 3. Darron Johns., W.Oklah.26.0 
 4. Trevelin Que., N.Mex.Mi.26.0 
 5. Kaelin Jacks., Temple J.25.8 
 6. Kieron Goodw., Lane J.23.9 
 7. Myron Gordon Harcum C.23.1 
 8. Josh Jeffers., Lake L.22.8 
 9. Alex Martin Whatc.22.3 
 10. Justin Martin Wenatch.22.1 
Rebounds Per Game
 Tory MASON
  Daley C.
  (196-F-)
  Avg: 14.4
 1. Tory Mason Daley C.14.4 
 2. Jason Copman Allegan.13.0 
 3. Christian Ja., Kankakee.12.7 
 4. Austin Trice Wabash V.12.1 
 5. Ivan Aurreco., Indian H.11.5 
 6. Zach Varnum Faulkne.11.5 
 7. Devonte Lani., Lawson S.11.2 
 8. Victor Curry Clevela.10.8 
 9. Bobby Arthur-W., Redland.10.7 
 10. Andres Ibarg., Trinity.10.6 
Assists Per Game
 David SLOAN
  John A.
  (--)
  Avg: 9.5
 1. David Sloan John A.9.5 
 2. Destan Willi., SW Illi.8.8 
 3. Ricky Torres MSU-Wes.8.1 
 4. Bryan Urrutia Cochise .8.0 
 5. Trent Willia., Gillette.7.7 
 6. Michael Last., Cent.Geo.7.5 
 7. Keldrick Les., Columbi.7.4 
 8. Tracy Hector S.Georg.7.0 
 9. Anthony Brown Indian R.7.0 
 10. A.J Walker State F.7.0 
Steals Per Game
 Tremont ROBINSON
  NW Miss.
  (185-G-)
  Avg: 4.7
 1. Tremont Robi., NW Miss.4.7 
 2. J.R. Adams Temple J.4.3 
 3. Marquez Smith ASA M.4.1 
 4. Marquis Robe., Allegan.3.5 
 5. Isaiah Hart Motlow S.3.4 
 6. Terrell Brown Shorelin.3.2 
 7. Dajuan Madden Coastal.3.2 
 8. Tracy Hector S.Georg.3.1 
 9. Wendell Mitc., Trinity.2.8 
 10. Wanya King Bevill S.2.8 
Blocks Per Game
 Kylor KELLEY
  Lane J.
  (213-F/C-)
  Avg: 4.6
 1. Kylor Kelley Lane J.4.6 
 2. Alex Holcombe Panola J.3.9 
 3. Edmond Frank., Coastal.3.9 
 4. Jethro Tshis., San J.3.7 
 5. Kur Kuath Salt L.3.4 
 6. Jibrael Wash., Temple J.3.2 
 7. Zach Varnum Faulkne.3.0 
 8. Stepan Zavyd., Chemeket.3.0 
 9. Matthew Hort., Shelton.3.0 
 10. Denzel Jenou., Broward .2.9 

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Owens CC Names Bruce Johnson as new Head Men's Basketball Coach - Jun 22, 2018


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After a long search, the Owens Community College Men's Basketball program has a new leader. Owens athletic director, JD Ettore, has announced the hiring of Bruce Johnson to be the ninth head men's basketball coach in the history of the program. 'We are very excited to have Coach Johnson aboard as our new men's basketball coach,' Ettore said. ' The hiring committee had numerous applicants that applied for this position but once Coach Johnson came in he really impressed everyone in the room. He was extremely prepared and he walked the committee through how he would handle academics, recruiting, team goals and community service. I am looking forward to seeing a renewed energy for the men's basketball team with Coach Johnson leading the way.' For Johnson, being the new head men's basketball coach is something he relishes. 'Coaching at Owens is a tremendous honor and privilege,' he said, adding, 'In my time playing and coaching in the OCCAC I have admired this program from a distance. I am so humbled and blessed to call Owens my home now. I want to thank the committee for not only selecting me out of what I'm sure was a myriad of highly qualified candidates but, for believing in my vision.' Coach Johnson comes to Owens after spending a year at NCAA Division III Oberlin College as an assistant. In his season with the Yeomen, the team won nine more games than it had the prior season. He was also in charge of running the program's prospect camp and he was promoted to Head Junior Varsity Coach after the season. Prior to his time at Oberlin, he was a long time assistant in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC). He spent three seasons at Lakeland Community College, where the team was 60-34 during his time on the bench for the Lakers. The team won a conference title, a district championship, and also finished fifth in the 2015 NJCAA Division II Tournament while Johnson was an assistant. He was also the Associate Head Coach with Lorain County Community College. During his time with the Commodores, the team won a District Championship. His coaching career started at the high school level, where he was an assistant varsity coach for Cleveland Central Catholic High School, The team was 14-10 during his season with the school and they made it to the OHSAA District Final. He has also spent four years coaching AAU basketball for the Score More Athletic Club based out of Middleburgh Heights Ohio. During his time as an assistant, he has been directly responsible for the recruitment of 26 student athletes including nine starters, two all-conference selections and three captains. At the high school level, Johnson had nine student athletes go on to play at the college level. With his body of knowledge as an assistant, Coach Johnson feels he is ready to take on the challenge of head coach of the Express. 'Now is the perfect time to utilize all the knowledge and experience I have accrued over the last decade. Seven of the last ten years I have spent playing or coaching junior college basketball. I have the utmost respect for thIS level and have waited many years to be in this position to give back to the game that has blessed me so much.' Johnson will be taking over a program that finished 23-6 a year ago. The team won 14 games in a row before losing to Cuyahoga in the District Final in March. The team featured two All-OCCAC players and one All-District XII member. With so much recent success coupled with the program's rich history, Coach Johnson wants to continue moving the team in the right direction. 'My vision is to create and sustain a culture that will help us win national championships. I also want to teach our student athletes to be hard working, high character. and education driven.' Coach Johnson played two years of NJCAA basketball. He spent the 2008-09 season with Lakeland, and he played the 2009-10 season for Lorain County. He has a bachelors of applied science in physical education from Cleveland State University and an associate of applied science from Lorain County Community College. He grew up in Lyndhurst, Ohio and attended Brush High School.
Courtesy of: owensexpress.com   




Derrick
Felder
Herkimer Generals celebrate DIII title - 2 days ago
The Rock Valley College men's basketball team fell to Herkimer Community College 72-60 in the NJCAA DIII national championship at the Rochester Regional Sports Center. Rock Valley led the Generals 37-31 at halftime and 57-53 with five minutes to go in the second half. That's then Herkimer went on a 12-0 run to take a 65-57 with a minute to play. The game marked Rock Valley's fourth trip to the title game in six years. The Golden Eagles won the title in 2015 and 2016. The Golden Eagles fin...   [read more]

Robert
Terrero
The ASA Avengers Men's Basketball Team Finishes 2018-19 Regular Season 13-8 - 26 days ago
The ASA Brooklyn Avengers men's basketball team plays the final game of the 2018-19 regular season in a rematch against regional rivals Monroe Mustang at New Rochelle, NY. In a hostile environment away from home, the Avengers was unable to find a rhythm in the offense in the first half, shooting 30% from the field and making just 3 out of 15 three point shots. The Avengers came into half time scoring only 23 points, the lowest scoring half this season. Although the Avengers came out more...   [read more]

Sterling
Carrington
Tight Match Against Spartanburg Methodist, 67-64 - 1 month ago
The Richard Bland College of William and Mary men's basketball team fell to a talented Spartanburg Methodist Pioneers team by a score of 67-64 on Tuesday night. The loss brings the Statesmen to 6-16 on the season while the Pioneers improve to 15-8. The Statesmen will host USC Salkehatchie Saturday, February 16 at 2 pm in Statesman Hall. Tuesday night brought a lot of ups and downs for the Statesmen. After the first eight minutes of the game, the Statesmen found themselves in a 14 point ho...   [read more]


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