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Division I
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Top 25 Ranking
 1 Georgetown, KY 28-4 
 2 LSU-Alexandria 28-3 
 3 Benedictine, KS 30-3 
 4 Tougaloo 28-4 
 5 Masters 25-5 
 6 Stillman 28-6 
 7 Lewis-Clark St. 27-6 
 8 Wayland Baptist 24-7 
 9 Missouri Baptist 27-4 
 10 Vanguard 25-6 
 11 Carroll, MT 25-7 
 12 Wiley 23-6 
 13 Pikeville 23-8 
 14 William Carey 22-9 
 15 John Brown 23-10 
 16 William Jessup 23-10 
 17 LSU-Shreveport 22-10 
 18 Bethel, TN 24-8 
 19 Peru St. 23-10 
 20 Talladega 24-7 
 21 Cumberlands 21-9 
 22 St.Thomas, TX 23-10 
 23 William Penn 21-11 
 24 Loyola, LA 22-11 
 25 Oklahoma City 21-10 
Full Standings
Top 25 Ranking
 1 Ind.Wesleyan 28-5 
 2 Okla.Wesleyan 29-3 
 3 W.Virginia Tech 30-4 
 4 Morningside 27-3 
 5 Idaho Coll. 25-7 
 6 Southwestern, KS 27-5 
 7 Spring Arbor 25-7 
 8 Oregon Tech 22-8 
 9 Union, KY 26-7 
 10 Jamestown 28-5 
 11 Marian, IN 22-7 
 12 Cornerstone 25-7 
 13 Mt.Vernon Naz. 26-7 
 14 IU East 23-8 
 15 Olivet Nazarene 22-8 
 16 Dakota Wesleyan 22-9 
 17 Warner 20-12 
 18 Montreat 20-7 
 19 Briar Cliff 20-7 
 20 Bethel, IN 20-10 
 21 Madonna 23-8 
 22 IU Kokomo 24-8 
 23 Friends 21-9 
 24 Southeastern 17-12 
 25 Voorhees 21-5 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Justin MARTIN
  Avg: 31.9
 1. Martin, Multnomah31.9 
 2. Hunt, Southwestern,31.5 
 3. Murdock, Friends27.4 
 4. Reed, Olivet N27.3 
 5. Hoglund, Dakota W26.3 
 6. Davidson, Coll.of25.5 
 7. King, Jarvis C24.2 
 8. Alexander, Panh.23.8 
 9. Mangas, Ind..23.6 
 10. Wolfe, Briar C23.2 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 16.5
 1. Walsman, Cinc.16.5 
 2. Vander Sluis, Corn.15.8 
 3. Garrett, LSU-.14.1 
 4. Levarity, Milligan12.6 
 5. Handy, Tougaloo12.5 
 6. Boone, WVU Tech11.4 
 7. Ford, Northwest11.1 
 8. Coffey, Georgetown,11.1 
 9. Thomas, IU East11.0 
 10. Drayton, Antelope10.4 
Assists Per Game
 Briggs YOUNG
  Avg: 9
 1. Young, Multnomah9.0 
 2. Brown, LSU-.7.6 
 3. Edwards, William7.4 
 4. Fink, Oregon Tech7.2 
 5. Marandet, Spring6.9 
 6. Hunt, Southwestern,6.8 
 7. Strong, Mt.Mercy6.4 
 8. Bates, Ave Maria6.3 
 9. Cowherd, Geor.6.3 
 10. Knox, Morris5.9 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 3.3
 1. Brooks, Voorhees3.3 
 2. Davis, True.2.6 
 3. Flippin, Doane2.6 
 4. Tyner, NW C2.6 
 5. Jackson, Allen2.6 
 6. Pinckney, Idaho C2.6 
 7. Burns, Loyola, LA2.5 
 8. Harden, Dakota W2.5 
 9. Adams, Camp.2.5 
 10. Tyler, Lincoln CC2.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Dakota QUINN
  Avg: 5.3
 1. Quinn, MNU5.3 
 2. Onu, Shawnee St.3.1 
 3. Hampton, IU K2.7 
 4. Vander Sluis, Corn.2.6 
 5. Zavydovskyy, Mult.2.5 
 6. Hexom, Peru St.2.4 
 7. Kissoonlal, Marian,2.3 
 8. Rankin, LSU-.2.2 
 9. Hueitt, Hannibal-LG2.2 
 10. Littles, Missouri2.2 

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Eric Krus
ATCHISON, Kan. - The third time was the charm for No. 24-ranked Peru State College on Tuesday evening in the Heart of America Athletic Conference Tournament Championship, as they topped the No. 1-ranked and seeded Benedictine College on the road.

In the regular season, Peru State had lost twice to the Ravens - 67-63 on Jan. 10 and 70-64 on Feb. 20.

Benedictine entered the championship with a perfect record against conference opponents, going 24-0 in the regular season and winning both games in the quarterfinal and semifinal rounds. Tonight's loss snapped a phenomenal 29-game winning streak and marked the program's first loss to a Heart foe for the Ravens since February 26, 2018.

The 'Cats shot below their season average from the field, coming in at just 40 percent on the night, but made up the difference in two big categories. The first differentiating factor was the rebounding battle, which Peru State won at a 47-33 margin, converting for 19 second chance points. The second was long-range shooting. The Ravens were only able to sink six shots and post a 23.3 percentage from beyond the arc while the 'Cats notched nine.

For the Ravens, Freshman of the Year standout Eric Krus (6'7''-F) led the way as he shot 71.4 percent from the field. Krus sunk 26 points and nabbed 12 rebounds while going 4-for-7 from three-point land. Adam Kutney (6'6''-F) and Jaiden Britol rounded out the double figure scorers with 12 points and 10 points, respectively.

Four 'Cats buoyed the team to victory with double digit finishes. Lyle Hexom, the Heart Player of the Year, led the team with 25 points. Jamil Madrid tacked on 15 points and Terry Moore Jr. came off the bench to add 10. Brandon Jones wrapped up the top finishers with a double-double performance, totaling 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Both teams entered the contests with punched tickets to the 82nd Annual Division I Men's Basketball National Championship, scheduled for March 20-26 inside historical Municipal Auditorium in downtown Kansas City, Mo.

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HAAC Tournament Final: Peru State - Benedictine 74-65
HAAC Tournament Semifinals:
Peru State - William Penn 84-82
Benedictine - Clarke 74-72   

Zach Hurth
Zach Hurth named assistant men's basketball coach at Ohio Northern - 1 day ago
Zach Hurth has been named an assistant men's basketball coach at Ohio Northern University. He comes to ONU after a one-year stint as an assistant coach at Trine (ind.) in 2018-19. 'We are very excited to have Zach on our staff,' ONU head coach Rich Bensman said. 'Zach's energy and enthusiasm are contagious. We had an outstanding pool of applicants and and feel very fortunate to have him at Ohio Northern.' A native of Lansing, Mich., Hurth attended Albion (Mich.) in 2011-15 where he was a...   [read more]

All-NAIA D1 Awards 2019 - 2 months ago

Player of the Year: Jeff Garrett (6'7''-F-94) of LSU-Shreveport;
1st Team:
F: Pablo Hernandez (6'7''-F-97) of Missouri Baptist;
F: Match Burnham (6'8''-F) of Carroll, MT;
F: Keith Phillips (6'5''-F) of William Jessup;
F: Tonzell Handy (6'5''-F) of Tougaloo;
F: Lyle Hexom (6'8''-F) of Peru St.;
G/F: Jayvian Delacruz (6'5''-G/F) of Pikeville;
F: Jeff Garrett (6'7''-F-94) of LSU-Shreveport;
G: JJ Culver (6'4''-G) of Wayland Baptist;
F/C: William Claiborne  
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Ryan Moody
NABC All-NAIA Awards 2019 - 2 months ago
Player of the Year: Jeff Garrett (6'7''-F-94) of LSU Shreveport Division I Team Pablo Hernandez (6'7''-F-97) of Missouri Baptist Match Burnham (6'8''-F) of Carroll Keith Phillips (6'5''-F) of William Jessup Tonzell Handy (6'5''-F) of Tougaloo Lyle Hexom (6'8''-F) of Peru State Jayvian Delacruz (6'5''-G/F) of Pikeville Jeff Garrett of LSU Shreveport JJ Culver (6'4''-G) of Wayland Baptist William Claiborne (6'11''-F/C) of LSU Alexandria Prince McDaniel (6'6''-G) of Stillman Division II Te...   [read more]

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