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BEC Ranking
 1 Marquette (17) 15-3(26-7) 
 2 DePaul 14-4(26-7) 
 3 Butler 11-7(21-8) 
 4 Villanova 9-9(18-12) 
 5 Georgetown 9-9(16-15) 
 6 Providence 8-10(17-15) 
 7 Creighton 8-10(15-16) 
 8 Seton Hall 7-11(15-15) 
 9 St.Johns 7-11(15-16) 
 10 Xavier 2-16(11-19) 

BEC Men 2018-2019
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Points Per Game
  Avg: 17.9
 1. Hiedeman, Marqu.17.9 
 2. Stonewall, DePaul14.8 
 3. Blockton, Marqu.14.1 
 4. Grays, DePaul13.9 
 5. Millender, DePaul13.4 
 6. Davenport, Marqu.12.2 
 7. King, Marquette12.1 
 8. Wilborn, Marquette11.5 
 9. Campbell, DePaul8.1 
 10. Held, DePaul8.0 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 9.4
 1. Davenport, Marqu.9.4 
 2. Campbell, DePaul7.6 
 3. Stonewall, DePaul6.9 
 4. Hiedeman, Marqu.6.2 
 5. Grays, DePaul5.6 
 6. Blockton, Marqu.4.5 
 7. King, Marquette4.1 
 8. Wilborn, Marquette4.0 
 9. Van-Kleunen, Marqu.3.5 
 10. Dahlman, DePaul3.2 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 5.2
 1. Campbell, DePaul5.2 
 2. Hiedeman, Marqu.4.4 
 3. King, Marquette3.6 
 4. Wilborn, Marquette3.3 
 5. Millender, DePaul2.6 
 6. Dahlman, DePaul2.4 
 7. Blockton, Marqu.2.3 
 8. Stovall, DePaul1.9 
 9. Grays, DePaul1.6 
 10. Allen, DePaul1.6 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Campbell, DePaul2.4 
 2. Hiedeman, Marqu.2.1 
 3. Stonewall, DePaul2.0 
 4. Lott, Marquette2.0 
 5. King, Marquette1.5 
 6. Davenport, Marqu.1.2 
 7. Wilborn, Marquette1.0 
 8. Stovall, DePaul1.0 
 9. Dahlman, DePaul0.8 
 10. Held, DePaul0.7 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 0.6
 1. Hiedeman, Marqu.0.6 
 2. Lott, Marquette0.5 
 3. Stonewall, DePaul0.4 
 4. Davenport, Marqu.0.4 
 5. Anderson, Marqu.0.4 
 6. Grays, DePaul0.3 
 7. Campbell, DePaul0.3 
 8. Van-Kleunen, Marqu.0.3 
 9. Blockton, Marqu.0.3 
 10. Marotta, Marquette0.2 

De Paul University wins the USA BEC 2018-2019 title (Photo: BEC)

De Paul University 2018-19
Douglas Bruno Douglas Bruno Bruno
Mart'E Grays
Ashton Millender
Rebekah Dahlman
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
20  Campbell Kelly 178 (5'10'') G 0 USA
22  Stonewall Chante 185 (6'1'') F 0 USA
35  Grays Mart'E 188 (6'2'') F 0 USA
1  Millender Ashton 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
11  Morris Sonya 178 (5'10'') G 0 USA
24  Allen Tanita 178 (5'10'') G 0 USA
13  Krol Courtney 180 (5'11'') G 0 USA
32  Jean Dege 188 (6'2'') F 0 USA
23  Bekelja Dee 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
15  Daninger Jolene 170 (5'7'') G 0 USA
2  Stovall Maya 170 (5'7'') G 0 USA
10  Held Lexi 178 (5'10'') G 0 USA
0  Dahlman Rebekah 175 (5'9'') G 0 USA
Head Coach: Douglas Bruno
Coach Assistant: Lisa Ryckbosch

DePaul Wins Back-To-Back BIG EAST Women's Basketball Tournament Titles - Mar 13, 2019

CHICAGO - Chante Stonewall scored on a game-winning 3 point play with five seconds left in regulation, lifting DePaul to a 74-73 victory over Marquette and the Blue Demons' second straight BIG EAST Women's Tournament Championship on Tuesday at Wintrust Arena.
With Marquette leading 73-71 and precious seconds slipping away, Stonewall drove baseline for a successful layup, drew a foul and converted a game-winning shot.
No. 2 seed DePaul (26-7) had trailed by five points with 4:14 to play and had not led since the opening quarter until Stonewall's final effort.
Marquette (26-7) had a chance to open a three-point lead but Natisha Hiedeman (5'8''-G) missed the first of two free throws with 11 seconds left. She hit the second, but the costly miss offered DePaul an opening to shoot for at least a tie and overtime.
Stonewall, named the tourney's most outstanding player, closed with 28 points while teammate, Lexi Held (5'10''-G), added 11 as DePaul ran its winning streak to 11.
Hiedeman led a balanced Marquette attack with 18 points. Selena Lott (5'11''-G) had 13, Amani Wilborn (5'9''-G) added 12 while Danielle King (5'5''-G) and Allazia Blockton (6'0''-G) each collected 11.
Top seed Marquette won both regular season meetings en route to a BIG EAST regular season championship - a 96-63 blowout in Milwaukee on Jan. 4 and a narrower 93-87 decision in Chicago on Feb. 3.
Both featured high-scoring attacks, averaging a combined 164 points this season.
But each struggled in the early going as DePaul opened a 10-6 lead. The Blue Demons hit just 4 of 16 (25 percent) while the Golden Eagles also shot 25 percent.
Shooting picked up after that and Marquette led through most of the final minutes until DePaul forced a 20-20 tie on Tanita Allen (5'10''-G)'s 3 pointer as the first quarter ended.
Hiedeman hit back-to-back 3 pointers as Marquette opened a 33-26 lead as the mid-point of the second quarter neared. The Golden Eagles weathered a Blue Demon rally and claimed a 40-35 halftime lead on a Wilborn layup following a turnover as time expired.
Wilborn closed the half with 10 points while DePaul's Stonewall had 13.
Marquette opened the third quarter with 3 pointers from Blockton and Lott and layups by Hiedeman and King for a 50-37 lead, its biggest of the game.
It did not last. DePaul chipped away and trimmed the deficit to 52-51 on Stonewall's turnaround jumper with 3:04 showing along with a layup less than a minute later. The Blue Demons got no closer and the Golden Eagles went up 59-53 by quarter's end.
DePaul's Grays and Kelly Campbell (5'10''-G) and Marquette's Hiedeman earned all tournament honors. So did Creighton's Jaylyn Agnew (5'11''-F) and Georgetown's Dorothy Adomako (6'1''-G).
DePaul and Marquette were also well-represented on BIG EAST post-season teams.
The Golden Eagles' Hiedeman was unanimous Player of the Year and First Team member while forward Erika Davenport (5'11''-F) was Second Team. She missed the tournament after suffering a season-ending knee injury late last month. Wilborn, meanwhile, was Honorable Mention and Blockton won the Sixth Woman Award.
Mart'e Grays topped DePaul's All-Conference honorees, landing on the First Team. Stonewall was Second Team while Held made the All-Freshman team. Ashton Millender (5'8''-G) won the league's Sportsmanship Award.
Marquette reached the championship by beating St. John's 88-57 in quarterfinal play and topping Georgetown 75-62 in Monday's semifinals. DePaul beat Providence 85-60 in the quarterfinals and advanced to the finals with Monday's 80-69 semifinal win over Creighton.
The Blue Demons and Golden Eagles are both bound for the NCAA Division I tournament and will learn their opponents and game locations next week.
DePaul and Wintrust Arena will host an NCAA Regional later this month.

Big East Tournament Final: DePaul - Marquette 74-73
Big East Tournament Semifinals:
DePaul - Creighton 80-69
Marquette - Georgetown 75-62

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All-Big East Awards 2019 - Mar 13, 2019

All-Big East 1st Team 2019
Audrey Faber
Mart'E Grays
Natisha Hiedeman
Shadeen Samuels
Dionna White

All-Tournament MVP: Chante Stonewall (6'1''-F) of DePaul
Player of the Year: Natisha Hiedeman (5'8''-G) of Marquette
Defensive Player of the Year: Michelle Weaver (5'7''-G) of Butler
Freshman of the Year: Mary Baskerville (6'3''-F) of Providence
Most Improved Player of the Year: Shadeen Samuels (6'0''-F-98) of Seton Hall
Sixth Player of the Year: Allazia Blockton (6'0''-G) of Marquette
Co-Sportsmanship Award: Jannah Tucker (6'0''-G/F-95) of Villanova
Co-Sportsmanship Award: Ashton Millender (5'8''-G) of DePaul
Coach of the Year: Kurt Godlevske of Butler

1st Team
F: Audrey Faber (6'2''-F) of Creighton
F: Mart'E Grays (6'2''-F) of DePaul
G: Natisha Hiedeman (5'8''-G) of Marquette
F: Shadeen Samuels (6'0''-F-98) of Seton Hall
G: Dionna White (5'5''-G) of Georgetown

2nd Team
G: Dorothy Adomako (6'1''-G) of Georgetown
F: Erika Davenport (5'11''-F) of Marquette
F: Mary Gedaka (6'1''-F) of Villanova
F/C: Tori Schickel (6'1''-F/C) of Butler
F: Chante Stonewall (6'1''-F) of DePaul

Honorable Mention
Tiana England (5'7''-G) of St.John's
A'Riana Gray (6'0''-F) of Xavier
Whitney Jennings (5'5''-G) of Butler
Jovana Nogic (6'1''-G-97) of Providence
Amani Wilborn (5'9''-G) of Marquette

All-Tournament Team
F: Jaylyn Agnew (5'11''-F) of Creighton
G: Dorothy Adomako (6'1''-G) of Georgetown
G: Natisha Hiedeman (5'8''-G) of Marquette
G: Kelly Campbell (5'10''-G) of DePaul
F: Mart'E Grays (6'2''-F) of DePaul
F: Chante Stonewall (6'1''-F) of DePaul

All-Freshman Team
G: Kadaja Bailey (6'0''-G) of St.John's
F: Mary Baskerville (6'3''-F) of Providence
G: Emily Esposito (5'9''-G) of Villanova
G: Lexi Held (5'10''-G) of DePaul
G: Kaela Webb (5'4''-G) of Providence


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