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 1 NW Missouri St. 31-0 
 2 Indiana, PA 29-2 
 3 W.Texas A&M 28-3 
 4 St.Edwards 25-3 
 5 Nova SE 26-3 
 6 Point Loma 26-4 
 7 Bellarmine 26-4 
 8 Findlay, OH 27-4 
 9 W.Liberty St. 16-4 
 10 Queens, NC 28-4 
 11 Virginia St. 28-4 
 12 Davenport 27-4 
 13 S.Nazarene 28-5 
 14 Colorado Mines 25-5 
 15 Lewis 24-5 
 16 Augusta 16-5 
 17 USC Aiken 26-5 
 18 St.Martins 24-5 
 19 Northern St. 26-6 
 20 St.Anselm 22-5 
 21 Valdosta St. 24-6 
 22 Seattle Pacific 21-6 
 23 Catawba 24-7 
 24 Florida Southern 24-7 
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Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 29.4
 1. Hinton, Shaw29.4 
 2. Vorhees, Notre D28.8 
 3. Bolte, Concord28.5 
 4. Ortiz, LIU Post27.8 
 5. Lee, Kutztown27.4 
 6. Smith, W.Georgia27.3 
 7. Bruggeman, SW M26.6 
 8. Davis, St.Cloud S26.0 
 9. Abrom, Belm.Abbey24.7 
 10. Evans, SW O24.3 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 12.7
 1. Lienhard, Okla.12.7 
 2. Varence, Ohio D12.5 
 3. Ash, Lane11.7 
 4. Mackey, Embry R11.7 
 5. Willett, Queens,11.6 
 6. Griffin, Mercy11.5 
 7. Alston, Morehouse11.5 
 8. Bledsoe, Glenville11.3 
 9. Vorhees, Notre D11.3 
 10. Jamison, Bowie S11.1 
Assists Per Game
  Young H
  Avg: 8.7
 1. Harper, Young H8.7 
 2. Seals, Virg.7.8 
 3. Rowland, Chowan7.3 
 4. Olmert, Morehouse6.9 
 5. McGuinness, Adelphi6.7 
 6. Haas, St.Edward's6.7 
 7. Hayes, Merrimack6.6 
 8. Dieball, Christian6.5 
 9. Jones, E.St.6.3 
 10. King, Indianapolis6.3 
Steals Per Game
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  Avg: 3.9
 1. Hayes, Merrimack3.9 
 2. Evans, USC Aiken3.8 
 3. Jones, E.St.2.8 
 4. Dennis, Nova SE2.8 
 5. McCullum, Lewis2.8 
 6. Harper, Young H2.8 
 7. Rogers, Post2.7 
 8. Pegram, California,2.7 
 9. Chambers, Concordia2.7 
 10. Tshimanga, N.Ge.2.6 
Blocks Per Game
  St.Cloud S
  Avg: 3.6
 1. Smith, St.Cloud S3.6 
 2. Mawugbe, Azusa P3.5 
 3. Downer, Tampa3.3 
 4. Adeyemo, OVU3.1 
 5. Byers, ECSU3.0 
 6. Howard, N.Michigan2.8 
 7. Onyeike, NYIT2.6 
 8. Kromka, Pitt.2.5 
 9. Griffin, Mercy2.5 
 10. Lienhard, Okla.2.5 

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Ferris State basketball wins Division II national championship - Mar 24, 2018

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Tested like it rarely has been all season, the Ferris State men's basketball team won the Division II national championship, 71-69, over Northern State (S.D.) in Sioux Falls, S.D., on Saturday afternoon. It marks the first national championship in any sport for Ferris State, which finished 38-1, and with 26 consecutive wins. "I've been dreaming about this kind of stuff since I was young," Ferris State head coach Andy Bronkema (6'5''-F) told CBS moments following the game, confetti still falling. Ferris State hadn't trailed in either of its Elite Eight of Final Four victories, but was down early to the crowd favorite, Northern State, before rallying to take a slim lead at halftime, 39-37. The second half was more of the same, with neither team ever leading by more than three points. And the finish was just as frantic. After senior center Zach Hankins (6'10''-C)' defense stifled a shot by Northern State's DJ Pollard (6'4''-G) with 10 seconds remaining, junior wing Markese Mayfield (6'5''-F) grabbed the rebound, was fouled and went to the line. He made the first, but refs waved it off because his foot was on the line. He then composed himself, made the second and got back on defense. Northern State, opting not to call a timeout, raced down the court and Darin Peterka (6'4''-G) got off one last deep - albeit, open - 3 for the win, but it came up well short, and the celebration was on for the hundreds of Ferris State students and officials who made the 12-hour drive from Big Rapids to the Sanford Pentagon. "One shot," Bronkema said. "One shot that looked good from my angle. It was right on track, but it was short, we came up with the rebound and we won it." Northern State had three turnovers and no points in the final 2 minutes, 55 seconds after taking a 69-66 lead. A pair of free throws tightened things, and then Hankins, the 6-foot-10, 255-pound Division II Midwest Region player of the year from Charlevoix, made a layup with 1:31 left for a 70-69 lead. Then, with 1:07 left, senior wing Noah King (6'4''-F) out of U-D Jesuit picked up a steal and had a clean, fastbreak look at a layup, but he missed - and officials said the ball went out of bounds off him. A review reversed that and Ferris State kept it. Mayfield missed a 3, though, allowing Northern State potentially the final shot, with just a couple seconds difference between the shot and game clocks. That shot, by DJ Pollard, was heavily contested by the much-taller and beefier Hankins, who finished with team-highs of 19 points and five rebounds. Afterward, during a postgame interview, Hankins wiped away tears. "Unbelievable," he said. "We've been working so long for this." Senior wing Peter Firlik (6'3''-F) had 12 points and Mayfield 11 for Ferris State, whose 38 wins tied the Division II record, previously set by Winona State (Minn.). Ferris State is the second DII national champion out of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, joining Findlay (2009), and the first ever DII national champion from Michigan. For Northern State (36-3) - whose campus in Aberdeen is about 200 miles from Sioux Falls - Carter Evans (6'10''-C) led with 20 points, and Peterka and Logan Doyle (6'8''-F) each scored 14.
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Aaron Landon Named Saint Martin's Men's Basketball Coach - 4 days ago
From: Monday, May 20, 2019 by Saint Martin's Athletic Communications LACEY, Wash. - The Saint Martin's Athletic Department announced the hiring of Aaron Landon as the 16th head coach in Saints' men's basketball history. The hiring comes after previous head coach Alex Pribble departed for Division I Seattle University earlier this month. "We are thrilled with the hiring of Aaron to be our head men's basketball coach at SMU," said athletic director Bob Grisham. "I have wat...   [read more]

Rodrick Rhodes Named Concordia Men's Basketball Coach - 1 month ago
From: Friday, May 10, 2019 by Concordia Athletic Communications PORTLAND, Ore. -Concordia University Vice President & Director of Athletics Lauren Eads has announced the hiring of Rodrick Rhodes as the Cavalier men's basketball coach. Rhodes becomes the fifth head coach in the history of the Concordia men's basketball program. "I am thrilled to welcome Coach Rhodes and his family to the Concordia community!" said Eads. "Rodrick shares Concordia's vision for success in the...   [read more]

Assumption set to name Faucher as next Head Basketball Coach - 1 month ago
Nichols College head coach Scott Faucher will be named as the new head basketball coach Assumption College. This past season, Faucher led Nichols to a program record 28 win season, and a DIII Elite Eight appearance. Before being hired at Nichols last summer, he spent four seasons as an assistant at Bowdoin. Faucher also spent time in the NE-10 as an assistant at St. Michaels College. Faucher beat out two MAAC assistants and a current head coach for the position. He is the son of former Da...   [read more]

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