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 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 
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 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 
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Last:2/2/2019
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 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 
Last:2/2/2019
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Points Per Game
 Cameron HUNT
  Southwes
  (196-G-)
  Avg: 31.6
 1. C.Hunt Southwes31.6 
 2. J.Murdock Friends27.9 
 3. T.Hoglund Dakota W26.9 
 4. N.Reed Olivet N26.7 
 5. E.Davidson Coll.of24.9 
 6. T.Searles Lawrence23.1 
 7. C.Lawson Ariz.Chr23.0 
 8. K.Mangas Ind.Wesl22.9 
 9. J.Johnson IU South22.6 
 10. T.Luke Webber I22.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Blake WALSMAN
  Cincin.C
  (203-F-)
  Avg: 16.5
 1. B.Walsman Cincin.C16.5 
 2. S.Vander-Sluis Cornerst15.8 
 3. J.Garrett LSU-Shr14.0 
 4. A.Levarity Milligan12.3 
 5. C.Drayton Antelope11.8 
 6. C.Coffey Georgeto11.4 
 7. H.Ford Northwest11.3 
 8. T.Handy Tougaloo11.1 
 9. E.Boone W.Virgin11.1 
 10. L.Duncan Bethany,10.4 
Assists Per Game
 Jamichael BROWN
  LSU-Ale
  (183-PG-)
  Avg: 7.2
 1. J.Brown LSU-Ale7.2 
 2. M.Fink Oregon Tech6.7 
 3. A.Edwards William6.6 
 4. C.Hunt Southwes6.6 
 5. P.Marandet Spring A6.5 
 6. A.Strong Mt.Mercy6.1 
 7. R.Bates Ave Maria6.1 
 8. F.Benzon Cardinal5.9 
 9. J.Nafso Rocheste5.5 
 10. T.Crews Bethel, IN5.4 
Steals Per Game
 Nick HARDEN
  Dakota W
  (178-PG-96)
  Avg: 2.9
 1. N.Harden Dakota W2.9 
 2. T.Pinckney Idaho C2.8 
 3. K.Flippin Doane2.7 
 4. V.Jackson Allen2.6 
 5. M.Burns Loyola, LA2.5 
 6. C.Davis Truett-M2.4 
 7. N.Johnson Embry-Ri2.4 
 8. R.Henry Stillman2.2 
 9. T.Tyler Lincoln CC2.2 
 10. T.Young Viterbo2.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Dakota QUINN
  MidAmeri
  (206-C-)
  Avg: 4.8
 1. D.Quinn MidAmeri4.8 
 2. E.Onu Shawnee St.2.7 
 3. L.Hexom Peru St.2.7 
 4. S.Vander-Sluis Cornerst2.6 
 5. S.Zavydovskyy Multn2.5 
 6. L.Hampton Stillman2.4 
 7. T.Hueitt Hannibal2.4 
 8. D.Hampton IU Ko2.4 
 9. A.Thomas IU East2.3 
 10. A.Ivy Ariz.Chr2.3 
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Luke Jackson Steps Down at Northwest Christian University - May 16, 2018


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Luke Jackson
Northwest Christian University's fifth-year head men's basketball coach Luke Jackson announces his resignation, effective immediately. 'At this time I am going to continue to pursue my business passions and spend more time with my family,' Jackson said. 'I appreciate the opportunity to have been part of a very special university. I will continue to be a friend of the NCU basketball program and the University's advancement efforts. I am forever grateful to all the players and colleagues who have had such an important impact on my life. I wish NCU success.' Jackson's tenure was highlighted by three trips to the NAIA Division II National Championship Tournament, including second-round appearances in 2016 and 2017. In addition, he claimed back-to-back CCC Coach of the Year awards after leading the team to its first two conference championships in 2016 and 2017. He coached five All-Americans as well as the 2016 and 2017 CCC Players of the Year (Javonte Byrd and Jay Mayernik) and the 2016 Defensive Player of the Year (Omar Richards). Mayernik went on to become NCU's debut First-Team NAIA All-American and was the CCC All-Around Athlete of the Year in 2017. He also coached the 2014 CCC Newcomer of the Year Spencer Coleman. Jackson averaged 20 wins per season. In his third year, he guided NCU to one of the best seasons in program history, winning 28 games. 'What a great ride it has been with Luke at the helm of our men's basketball program,' said Corey Anderson, NCU's athletic director. 'Luke's talent as a player, quickly translated well to the bench with our style of play, intensity and success on the court. During these past 5 seasons, we have won back to back conference championships and have been back to NAIA Nationals 3 times, creating lifetime memories for those players, families and fans alike. I personally would like to thank Luke for his time and leadership while at NCU. While he will be missed, I also know that he will truly be a Beacon for life.' 'During his tenure, Luke built on NCU's storied tradition for excellence on the basketball court,' said Joseph D. Womack, Ed.D., NCU's President. 'We are grateful for his continued friendship and support of our capital campaign. We all wish him nothing but the best of success.' Current assistant coach Eddie Alexander has been named the interim coach for the 2018-2019 season.
Courtesy of: gobeacons.com   




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Tornadoes defeat Gold Rush 66-65 - 2 days ago
With a 19-6 season mark and a 7-3 record in GCAC play, the Talladega Tornadoes men's basketball team was looking to both get the season sweep on Xavier and improve upon their already-strong conference standing when they traveled to take on the Xavier Gold Rush on Monday night. The men's squad had been out of game action since last Monday when they defeated #6 nationally ranked Tougaloo. The Tornadoes hoped to shake off the dust early on in this contest and grab another conference win. Fue...   [read more]

Cayden
Edmonson
Cats top Toppers - 10 days ago
The No. 20 Bethel Wildcats won their seventh straight and 103-72 win over the visiting Blue Mountain Toppers Monday night in Crisp Arena. The Cats moved to 19-5 overall and 13-3 in the SSAC. BMC fell to 10-11 and 4-11. Bethel has won 15 of their last 17 games. Bethel is 13- 3 at home on the year and 82-26 all-time in Crisp Arena. The Cats are 6-2 in road games. The Wildcats are 59 -39 all-time versus SSAC opponents. The Wildcats jumped out to a 15-0 lead and led at halftime 50-21. Cayden...   [read more]

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Plummer
Graceland drops heart contest to Missouri Valley - 17 days ago
Graceland University men's basketball were unable to contain Missouri Valley College's Larry Plummer (6'2''-G) who scored 32 points in the Vikings 77-71 victory over the Yellowjackets. The loss drops the Yellowjackets to 12-7 overall and 8-6 in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. The Vikings improved to 7-13 overall and 5-9 in conference play. Graceland took the lead 4-0 a minute and a half into the game after field goals were made by Mo Jackson (5'10''-PG) and Justin Harley (6'6''...   [read more]


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