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Top 25 Ranking
 1 LSU-Alexandria 18-2 
 2 Carroll, MT 16-2 
 3 Benedictine, KS 17-3 
 4 Vanguard 18-1 
 5 Missouri Baptist 20-2 
 6 Tougaloo 14-2 
 7 Masters 17-2 
 8 Georgetown, KY 17-2 
 9 Stillman 15-2 
 10 Wayland Baptist 14-5 
 11 Peru St. 15-4 
 12 Langston 14-4 
 13 William Carey 14-6 
 14 William Penn 16-3 
 15 Wiley 14-5 
 16 Pikeville 16-4 
 17 Cumberland 8-10 
 18 William Jessup 14-7 
 19 Lewis-Clark St. 15-4 
 20 Bethel, TN 12-7 
 21 John Brown 13-7 
 22 Rocky Mountain 13-8 
 23 LSU-Shreveport 11-9 
 24 Ariz.Christian 17-3 
 25 Providence, MT 13-8 
Full Standings
Top 25 Ranking
 1 Ind.Wesleyan 19-3 
 2 Okla.Wesleyan 20-1 
 3 Morningside 18-1 
 4 Idaho Coll. 17-5 
 5 Spring Arbor 19-3 
 6 Mt.Vernon Naz. 19-3 
 7 Cornerstone 18-4 
 8 Southwestern, KS 18-3 
 9 W.Virginia Tech 20-3 
 10 Briar Cliff 16-3 
 11 Union, KY 15-5 
 12 Oregon Tech 17-5 
 13 Southeastern 14-7 
 14 Bethel, IN 16-5 
 15 IU East 15-6 
 16 Marian, IN 14-5 
 17 Dakota Wesleyan 15-6 
 18 Jamestown 19-4 
 19 Warner 14-8 
 20 Friends 15-5 
 21 Olivet Nazarene 15-6 
 22 Indiana Tech 14-8 
 23 IU Northwest 14-7 
 24 Montreat 12-4 
 25 St.Francis, IL 13-8 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Cameron HUNT
  Avg: 31.6
 1. Hunt, Southwes.31.6 
 2. Murdock, Friends27.9 
 3. Hoglund, Dakota W.26.9 
 4. Reed, Olivet N.26.7 
 5. Davidson, Coll.of .24.9 
 6. Searles, Lawrence.23.1 
 7. Lawson, Ariz.Chr.23.0 
 8. Mangas, Ind.Wesl.22.9 
 9. Johnson, IU South.22.6 
 10. Luke, Webber I.22.4 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 16.5
 1. Walsman, Cincin.C.16.5 
 2. Vander-Sluis, Cornerst.15.8 
 3. Garrett, LSU-Shre.14.0 
 4. Levarity, Milligan12.3 
 5. Drayton, Antelope.11.8 
 6. Coffey, Georgeto.11.5 
 7. Ford, Northwest11.3 
 8. Handy, Tougaloo11.1 
 9. Boone, W.Virgin.11.1 
 10. Duncan, Bethany, KS10.4 
Assists Per Game
 Jamichael BROWN
  Avg: 6.9
 1. Brown, LSU-Alex.6.9 
 2. Fink, Oregon Tech6.7 
 3. Edwards, William Penn6.6 
 4. Hunt, Southwes.6.6 
 5. Marandet, Spring A.6.5 
 6. Bates, Ave Maria6.1 
 7. Strong, Mt.Mercy6.1 
 8. Benzon, Cardinal.5.9 
 9. Nafso, Rocheste.5.5 
 10. Crews, Bethel, IN5.4 
Steals Per Game
  Dakota W.
  Avg: 2.9
 1. Harden, Dakota W.2.9 
 2. Flippin, Doane2.8 
 3. Pinckney, Idaho Coll.2.8 
 4. Burns, Loyola, LA2.5 
 5. Jackson, Allen2.5 
 6. Johnson, Embry-Ri.2.4 
 7. Davis, Truett-M.2.3 
 8. Henry, Stillman2.3 
 9. Young, Viterbo2.2 
 10. Shepard, Providen.2.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Dakota QUINN
  Avg: 4.8
 1. Quinn, MidAmeri.4.8 
 2. Onu, Shawnee St.2.7 
 3. Hexom, Peru St.2.7 
 4. Vander-Sluis, Cornerst.2.6 
 5. Hampton, Stillman2.5 
 6. Hampton, IU Kokomo2.4 
 7. Hueitt, Hannibal-LG2.4 
 8. Littles, Missouri.2.3 
 9. Ivy, Ariz.Christian2.3 
 10. Thomas, IU East2.3 

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Mt.Vernon Feb.12 Marian, I
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Iowa's Graceland University wins first NAIA basketball title on OT buzzer-beater - Mar 21, 2018

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The NCAA may have first dibs on 'One Shining Moment,' but Graceland University made one unforgettable NAIA memory Tuesday night. The Lamoni, Iowa, school won its first NAIA basketball championship in its maiden tournament trip, as Justin Harley (6'6''-PF)'s buzzer-beating overtime 3-pointer sent the Yellowjackets to an 83-80 triumph over LSU-Alexandria at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Mo. Senior point guard LT Davis (5'11''-PG) (22 points) appeared to have designs on the final overtime shot out of a timeout with 13 seconds remaining, but multiple defenders for Alexandria (29-8) swarmed to the ball with 2 seconds to go. Davis passed to his right, finding Harley on the wing for an open look. The 30-percent 3-point shooter connected as the buzzer sounded, giving the fifth-seeded Yellowjackets (29-10) a banner and a bit of history all their own. 'You saw a leader, an individual poised enough to draw defense to kick to a wide-open shooter,' Graceland coach Craig Doty said afterward on the ESPN3 online broadcast. '… Justin didn't have any time to think about it, and he nailed it.' Graceland had plenty of time to bemoan a title that it should have won in regulation and nearly lost in the final minute. The Yellowjackets led 57-44 with just under 12 minutes to go in the game, but an 11-0 LSUA run created a back-and-forth atmosphere down the stretch in front of an Iowa-heavy crowd of 6,377, the largest for the NAIA final since 2002. Alexandria took its first lead since the 3:14 mark of the first half on a William Claiborne lay-in with 2:44 to play. The advantage swelled to 70-66 on the last of Jordin Williams (6'3''-G)' eight 3-pointers the next trip down the floor. Graceland, though, later scored the final four points of the second half - on two Davis free throws and a layup from by leading scorer Will Nelson (6'3''-SF) (30 points) to force the extra session. Graceland president Pat Draves said on the broadcast that alumni from across the region drove and flew in to western Missouri for the Yellowjackets' first championship opportunity. The school had a decided advantage in fan support throughout the night and was especially vocal down the stretch. 'Multiple buses, every Graceland vehicle we owned had students in it (to get down to Kansas City),' Draves said. In the overtime period, The Yellowjackets missed the front end of three 1-and-1 free-throw opportunities and fell behind 76-75 with 1:40 to play. Davis responded with a 3 to give Graceland the lead back. The teams traded buckets inside, and Williams wrapped up his 31-point night with a pair of free throws to tie the game at 80-all with 18.5 seconds to go. From there, Doty called a timeout to set up the final sequence that will be etched in southwest Iowa's memory for years to come. 'They prepared for it. They've done it together,' Doty said. 'They've done it as family. What a culmination.'
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