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 1 Bellarmine 2-0 (10-0) 
 2 NW Missour 3-0 (8-0) 
West Division
 1 Indiana, P 4-0 (11-0) 
Northeast
 1 St.Anselm 6-0 (8-1) 
 1 Valdosta S 3-0 (10-1) 
 2 Nova SE 5-0 (11-0) 
 3 Cal-San Di 7-0 (11-1) 
 4 USC Aiken 5-0 (11-0) 
 5 Cal Poly P 3-4 (5-4) 
 6 Florida So 3-2 (7-3) 
 7 S.Nazarene 3-0 (10-1) 
 8 Barry 4-1 (9-3) 
 9 W.Texas A& 1-0 (6-1) 
 10 Findlay, O 2-1 (5-3) 
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South Division
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Northeast
 1 Bentley 2-1 (5-1) 
 1 W.Liberty 5-1 (8-2) 
 2 Queens, NC 4-0 (9-0) 
 3 Chaminade 5-2 (9-2) 
 4 St.Thomas 3-0 (11-2) 
 5 Missouri S 2-1 (11-2) 
 6 St.Martin' 3-1 (8-2) 
 7 St.Edward' 1-0 (11-3) 
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Points Per Game
 Amir HINTON
  Shaw
  (196-G-)
  Avg: 33.6
 1. Hinton, Shaw33.6 
 2. Bolte, Concord28.7 
 3. Lee, Kutztown27.4 
 4. Lozoya, Pittsbur.25.2 
 5. Johnson-Agwu, W.Virgin.24.1 
 6. Justice, Valdosta.23.8 
 7. Vorhees, Notre D.23.8 
 8. Bruggeman, SW Minne.23.6 
 9. Guers, St.Anselm23.4 
 10. Cleary, Minn.-Cr.23.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Saiquan JAMISON
  Bowie St.
  (203-F-)
  Avg: 12.4
 1. Jamison, Bowie St.12.4 
 2. Lienhard, Oklah.Ch.12.4 
 3. Alston, Morehouse11.3 
 4. Vorhees, Notre D.11.3 
 5. Colvin, Emmanuel.10.8 
 6. Toppin, Salem I.10.8 
 7. Bledsoe, Glenvill.10.5 
 8. Williams, E.Stroud.10.3 
 9. Griffin, Mercy10.3 
 10. Myer, Minn.-Duluth10.2 
Assists Per Game
 Michal SEALS
  Virginia-Wise
  (178-PG-)
  Avg: 8.5
 1. Seals, Virginia-Wise8.5 
 2. Olmert, Morehouse7.8 
 3. McGuinness, Adelphi7.4 
 4. Haas, St.Edward's7.2 
 5. Harper, Young H.7.0 
 6. Dennis, Nova SE6.7 
 7. Ray, Livingstone6.5 
 8. Petrovic, W.Virg.W.6.4 
 9. Benard, Anderson.6.4 
 10. Smith, Virginia Union6.2 
Steals Per Game
 Ty'Lik EVANS
  USC Aiken
  (173-PG-96)
  Avg: 3.5
 1. Evans, USC Aiken3.5 
 2. Pegram, Californ.3.3 
 3. Harper, Young H.3.1 
 4. Jones, E.Stroud.3.0 
 5. Dennis, Nova SE3.0 
 6. Hanson, Florida .2.9 
 7. Head, Wilmingt.2.8 
 8. Rogers, Post2.8 
 9. Petrovic, W.Virg.W.2.8 
 10. Johnson, Wingate2.8 
Blocks Per Game
 Sean SMITH
  St.Cloud.
  (203-F-)
  Avg: 4.1
 1. Smith, St.Cloud.4.1 
 2. Mawugbe, Azusa P.3.8 
 3. Byars, Elizabeth City3.2 
 4. Brown, Fayettev.2.8 
 5. Robinson, Glenvill.2.6 
 6. Kromka, Pitt-Joh.2.5 
 7. Williams, Augusta2.5 
 8. Williams, Felician2.5 
 9. Lewis, CS Los A.2.4 
 10. Lienhard, Oklah.Ch.2.4 

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St.Edward (24) 80% Jan.17 Ark.-Fort
Saginaw Va Jan.17 Ashland (16) 80%
Cal Poly P (9) Jan.17 CS Doming 70%
Point Lom 63% Jan.17 Chaminade (20)
Mo.So. (22) 78% Jan.17 Northeaste
S.Nazaren (11) 52% Jan.17 Oklah.Bap
W.Georgia 57% Jan.17 Valdosta S (5)
Va.-Wise Jan.17 W.Liberty (18) 58%
Tex.A 62% Jan.17 W.Texas A (13)
St.Martin (23) 52% Jan.17 W.Oregon
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3 Answers from... Elliott Defreitas - May 11, 2017


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Elliott
DeFreitas
Elliott DeFreitas (208-F) just graduated from NCAA2 school Hawaii Pacific University. The 6'10 british center is now looking to start his professional career in Europe and is already back in the UK to train and prepare for his rookie season. In 23 games last season for HPU the Essex native averaged 8.8ppg and 4.8rpg while shooting 56.0% from the field and 73.8% from the free-throw line.

Is anything better then playing college basketball in Hawaii?
There is isn't anything better than playing college basketball in Hawaii, it is an amazing place to live and grow as a person and player but what was most important was our on court success. We won a conference championship this year and finished with a very good record. However I am looking forward to my next challenge of working even harder to become the best basketball player I can be at the next level.

Tell us a little bit about your game, what are your strengths and weaknesses?
I like to think of myself as a very versatile player. I can run the floor well, post up and finish strong around the rim with either hand, while also having the ability to shoot the outside shot. However my biggest strength is having a high motor and playing with a lot of energy, which also carries over into my game defensively. Being a defensive anchor for my team is something I take a lot of pride in. This high motor always pushes me to want to be better and is a big reason I'm the player I am today. Areas I would like to improve this offseason are becoming a more consistent 3pt shooter and also be a more consistent perimeter player so I am able to play multiple positions.

What are your summer plans in terms of basketball and where will you be in the next months?
My summer plans for basketball are to work as hard as I can on areas of my game that I feel I need to improve most in. Whilst also staying in the weight room as I understand to compete at the next level for my position I will need to add and maintain size. In the next few months I hope to be playing/preparing to play in my first professional season. Being apart of a team where I fit the system and somewhere I'll be in a position to learn and grow as a player to be as successful as possible. I'm very excited for this opportunity ahead.   




Adonis Arms
GNAC Weekly Update - 2 days ago
From: gnacsports.com CONFERENCE RACE TIGHTENS UP: Sure it is only two weeks into the season, but signs are pointing to a tight race building for the top spots in the GNAC standings. Four teams, Saint Martin's, NW Nazarene, W.Oregon and Seattle Pacific, are all 3-1 in league play after a couple of big results with unexpected directions. The first shocker was in Anchorage on Thursday. Alaska Anchorage made a 31-22 halftime lead over W.Oregon hold up for a 61-57 victory. The Seawolves succ...   [read more]

Ken Spencer
Fayetteville State Suffers a Long Night in a 68-52 Loss to Bowie State - 2 days ago
Fayetteville State men's basketball had a long night in a 68-52 loss to CIAA cross-divisional opponent Bowie State in Capel Arena. The Bulldogs, who improved its overall record to 10-8 and 5-1 in CIAA play, began the game with a 10-3 advantage and led by five (21-16) at the under-10 media timeout. BSU reached its first double digit lead at 33-22 with 3:59 to go and took a comfortable 40-25 advantage into the locker room at halftime. "We came out tonight and got off to a slow start," said...   [read more]

Cameron
Hayes
Bowie State Foursome Lead Bulldogs To 82-69 Cross-Division Win Over Livingstone - 9 days ago
Juniors Cameron Hayes (6'5''-G) and Saiquan Jamison (6'8''-F) combined for 39 points and fellow junior David Belle (6'3''-G) added a dozen points to help the Bowie State Bowie State Bulldogs defeat the Livingstone College Blue Bears 82-69 on Monday evening. The win, Bowie State's second in a row sets the Bulldogs record at 7-8 overall and 3-1 in the CIAA. "From a team standpoint, neither team shot very well but I thought we did a good job defensively, holding their leading scorer (Roger R...   [read more]


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