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AEC Ranking
 1 Maine 15-1(25-7) 
 2 Hartford 14-2(23-10) 
 3 Stony Brook 11-5(23-8) 
 4 Albany 9-7(13-18) 
 5 Binghamton 7-9(12-18) 
 6 Vermont 7-9(11-18) 
 7 UMBC 3-13(10-20) 
 8 Mass.-Lowell 3-13(7-22) 
 9 New Hampshire 3-13(6-24) 

AEC Men 2018-2019
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Points Per Game
 Megan GUSTAFSON
  Iowa
  (190-F-)
  Avg: 27.8
 1. Gustafson, Iowa27.8 
 2. McDonald, Arizona25.0 
 3. Anigwe, California22.9 
 4. Carter, Texas A&M22.5 
 5. Carleton, Iowa St.21.4 
 6. Durr, Louisville21.3 
 7. Ogunbowale, Notre D.21.0 
 8. Collier, Connecticut20.9 
 9. Dungee, Arkansas20.1 
 10. Hristova, Washingt.19.9 
Rebounds Per Game
 Kristine ANIGWE
  California
  (193-C/F-97)
  Avg: 16.3
 1. Anigwe, California16.3 
 2. McCowan, Mississi.13.5 
 3. Gustafson, Iowa13.2 
 4. Magarity, Virginia.12.9 
 5. Bello, Minnesota12.2 
 6. Mompremier, Miami, F.11.9 
 7. Jones, Texas A&M11.5 
 8. Kunaiyi-A., Northwes.10.9 
 9. Mitchell, LSU10.5 
 10. Collier, Connecticut10.5 
Assists Per Game
 Tiana MANGAKAHIA
  Syrac.
  (168-G-95)
  Avg: 8.4
 1. Mangakahia, Syrac.8.4 
 2. Ionescu, Oregon8.1 
 3. Cole, Georgia7.0 
 4. Goth, Kansas St.6.9 
 5. Leonard, Colorado6.7 
 6. Dangerfield, Connecti.6.1 
 7. Doyle, Iowa6.0 
 8. Bean, Utah5.7 
 9. Gylten, Utah5.5 
 10. Jackson, Baylor5.4 
Steals Per Game
 Taylor MURRAY
  Kentucky
  (168-G-97)
  Avg: 3.2
 1. Murray, Kentucky3.2 
 2. Westbrook, Clemson2.8 
 3. Leonard, Colorado2.7 
 4. McDonald, Arizona2.6 
 5. Edwards, Clemson2.6 
 6. Gorecki, Duke2.6 
 7. Burton, Northwes.2.4 
 8. Campbell, DePaul2.4 
 9. Mazyck, USC2.3 
 10. Alexander, Auburn2.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Ae'Rianna HARRIS
  Purdue
  (185-F-98)
  Avg: 3.1
 1. Harris, Purdue3.1 
 2. Austin, Maryland2.6 
 3. Turner, Notre Dame2.6 
 4. Robinson, Georgia2.5 
 5. Cox, Baylor2.5 
 6. Cain, Nebraska2.5 
 7. Wittinger, Illinois2.4 
 8. Moore, TCU2.4 
 9. Smith, Stanford2.4 
 10. McCowan, Mississi.2.4 


Maine Repeats as #AEHoops Champion, Earns Conferences NCAA Berth (Photo: AEC)

University of Maine 2018-19
Amy Vachon Amy Vachon Vachon
Fanny Wadling
Wadling
Dor Saar
Saar
Blanca Millan
Millan
Tanesha Sutton
Sutton
Parise Rossignol
Rossignol
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
51  Wadling Fanny 185 (6'1'') F 97 Sweden
15  Saar Dor 168 (5'6'') G 99 Israel
22  Millan Blanca 185 (6'1'') G 98 Spain
23  Sutton Tanesha 178 (5'10'') G 0 USA
12  Rossignol Parise 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
10  Alper Doga 180 (5'11'') G 0 Turkey
33  Bolozova Alexandra 188 (6'2'') F 98 Slovakia
32  Barra Kira 190 (6'3'') F 98 Germany
4  McVicar Maddy 163 (5'4'') G 0 USA
2  Tapley Sierra 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
5  Carroll Maeve 180 (5'11'') F 0 USA
20  Fogarty Kelly 175 (5'9'') G 0 USA
31  Williams Kat 196 (6'5'') C 0 USA
Head Coach: Amy Vachon
Coach Assistant: Tom Biskup
Coach Assistant: Courtney England
Coach Assistant: Gary Fifield


Maine Repeats as #AEHoops Champion, Earns Conference's NCAA Berth - Mar 16, 2019

Bangor, Maine - Behind a 68-48 win on Friday evening, the Maine Black Bears won their second consecutive America East women's basketball title and will return to the NCAA Tournament. In front of over thirty-two thousand people at the Cross Insurance Center, No. 1 Maine (25-7) took down No. 2 Hartford behind 42.4 percent shooting.

The NCAA Selection Show will air on ESPN on Monday at 7 p.m. to decide Maine's fate in the dance.

Four Black Bears finished in double figures, led by junior Blanca Millan (6'1''-G-98) who scored a game-high 19 points. Millan secured eight rebounds and led all players with four steals en route to being named Most Outstanding Player. She is the first Black Bear to win the award twice consecutively since America East's all-time leading scorer Cindy Blodgett did so four times in the late 1990s.

Maine seniors Parise Rossignol (5'8''-G)15) and Tanesha Sutton (5'10''-G) (12) also scored in double figures along with junior Fanny Wadling (6'1''-F-97), who finished with 10 points and 11 rebounds.

The Black Bears began the game on a 10-0 run and led 18-8 at the end of the first quarter. The Hawks cut the defecit to six at halftime, closing the second quarter on an 11-2 run.

Hartford could not slow down Maine's offense in the second half and was forced to release its full-court press. Although the Hawks went 6-for-15 from three-point range, the Black Bears won the rebounding battle 41-27.

It was the ninth women's basketball championship for the University of Maine, increasing their conference-best mark.

On the heels of becoming the first student-athlete since UAlbany's Shereesha Richards (6'1''-F-93, college: Albany) to be named Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year in the same season, Millan became the first to be named Most Outstanding Player in back-to-back seasons since Richards did so in 2015 and 2016.

Joining the MOP on the All-Tournament Team were Millan's teammates Sutton, and Dor Saar, the latter of which handed out a game-high seven assists in the title game.

Hartford's Sierra Dacosta (5'9''-G), who scored 18 points Friday and averaged 19.0 per game in the playoffs was also named to the team.

Stony Brook sophomore India Pagan earned All-Tournament honors after averaging 18.5 points on 72 percent shooting in the postseason.

Wadling earned the conference's Elite 18 award, which recognizes the student-athlete competing in the championship game for both high academic and athletic achievements. The Maine junior holds a 3.89 GPA in exercise science.

3,234 fans attended the championship game a year removed from the Cross Insurance Center hosting the most people for an America East women's basketball championship game in 20 years.

Friday marked the eighth-straight year that the host team won the America East Championship. It was also the sixth time in seven years that the regular season champion repeated as the tournament champion.

Courtesy of americaeast.com

AEC Tournament Final: Maine - Hartford 68-48
AEC Tournament Semifinals:
Maine - Albany 66-51
Hartford - Stony Brook 64-59


All-AEC Awards 2019 - Mar 16, 2019

All-AEC 1st Team 2019
Lindsey Abed
Abed
Blanca Millan
Millan
Tanesha Sutton
Sutton
Shania Johnson
Johnson
Jerell Matthews
Matthews

All-Tournament MVP: Blanca Millan (6'1''-G-98) of Maine
Player of the Year: Blanca Millan (6'1''-G-98) of Maine
Defensive Player of the Year: Blanca Millan (6'1''-G-98) of Maine
Rookie of the Year: Kari Brekke (5'6''-G) of New Hampshire
Sixth Player of the Year: Alexia Douglas (5'7''-G) of Hartford
Coach of the Year: Amy Vachon of Maine

1st Team
G: Lindsey Abed (5'8''-G) of Hartford
G: Blanca Millan (6'1''-G-98) of Maine
G: Tanesha Sutton (5'10''-G) of Maine
G: Shania Johnson (5'1''-G) of Stony Brook
G: Jerell Matthews (5'9''-G) of Stony Brook

2nd Team
F: Heather Forster (6'2''-F-96) of Albany
F: Rebecca Carmody (5'9''-F) of Binghamton
G: Kai Moon (5'6''-G) of Binghamton
G: Jade Young (5'11''-G) of Hartford
G: Parise Rossignol (5'8''-G) of Maine

3rd Team
G: Kyara Frames (5'2''-G) of Albany
G: Sierra Dacosta (5'9''-G) of Hartford
G: Brianna Rudolph (5'7''-G) of Mass.-Lowell
G: Dor Saar (5'6''-G-99) of Maine
F: Hanna Crymble (6'3''-F) of Vermont

All-Defensive Team
F: Rebecca Carmody (5'9''-F) of Binghamton
G: Lindsey Abed (5'8''-G) of Hartford
G: Jade Young (5'11''-G) of Hartford
G: Blanca Millan (6'1''-G-98) of Maine
F: Candice Wright (6'3''-F) of Vermont

All-Tournament Team
G: Blanca Millan (6'1''-G-98) of Maine
G: Tanesha Sutton (5'10''-G) of Maine
G: Dor Saar (5'6''-G-99) of Maine
G: Sierra Dacosta (5'9''-G) of Hartford
F: India Pagan (6'1''-F-99) of Stony Brook

All-Rookie Team
G/F: Annie Ramil (6'0''-G/F) of Binghamton
F: Ivy Gogolin (6'2''-F) of New Hampshire
G: Kari Brekke (5'6''-G) of New Hampshire
G: Anastasia Warren (5'8''-G) of Stony Brook
G: Rose Caverly (5'10''-G) of Vermont

All-Academic Team
F: Heather Forster (6'2''-F-96) of Albany
G: Lindsey Abed (5'8''-G) of Hartford
G: Parise Rossignol (5'8''-G) of Maine
F: Fanny Wadling (6'1''-F-97) of Maine
F: Hanna Crymble (6'3''-F) of Vermont


 

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