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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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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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Saint Rose basketball's Brian Beaury calls it quits - Oct 20, 2018

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Brian Beaury
For weeks, Brian Beaury wrestled with the decision that he knew only he could make. Should he stay on as the men's basketball coach at the College of Saint Rose, or should he go? After hours and hours of soul searching, he decided he should go. Beaury, who has been the head coach at his alma mater for the past 32 years, will coach no more. He is retiring from the position, one he has been forced to take medical leaves from in three of the past five years. He announced the third one just a few weeks ago. "It is just time," Beaury said Wednesday afternoon. "I need to hit the pause button and do some other things right now. What I didn't want to do was keep prolonging what is inevitable." Beaury was adamant that he is not vacating his position because of poor health. Yes, he has had problems in the past with his neck, and that has flared up again. He is seeking a second opinion on Nov. 2, and there is a chance he could have surgery before the year is out. He also said St. Rose, where he starred as a player before becoming a coach, did not push him out the door. "Never a nudge," said Beaury, who is celebrating his 58th birthday Wednesday, "not for a minute. No one from St. Rose said, 'Brian, this is getting old.' I am the one that said it. When you have pain, you have stress and when you have stress, you have more pain. I have talked about doing something for awhile. I want to be around the game and college kids." Beaury said he informed St. Rose athletic director Catherine Cummings Haker of his decision Friday night around 10 p.m. Beaury and his wife, Mary Ann, met with Cummings Haker following the school's athletic Hall of Fame ceremonies. During his career, Beaury had a coaching record of 643-326 and led the Golden Knights to the NCAA Division II Tournament 14 times in the 27 years they have competed at that level. Beaury's teams made it to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division II Tournament three times on his watch, getting to the Final Four in 1998. "He put us on the map," said Cummings Haker, who has been at St. Rose since 1976. "I have known Brian since he was a student-athlete. For me, personally, it's sad that he won't be here, but as I told him when he shared his retirement, I know this is not goodbye. He will always be connected with the basketball program." Mike Perno, who has been the interim coach at St. Rose when Beaury has been out and also an assistant for the past 11 years, will get the head coaching label now. Perno, 40, played for Beaury and graduated from St. Rose in 2000. "It's sad to see him stepping down," Perno said. "But he has established such a good program, there won't be much drop off. Really, he has accomplished everything, outside of winning a national championship." Beaury said he hopes to stay in the game in some capacity, but is more than likely finished as a head coach. He wants to stay close to the St. Rose program, but it will be different. He will be a fan when the Golden Knights play an exhibition game at Syracuse in the Carrier Dome next Thursday. He said he will be at St. Rose home games this season and he will cheer for his former team. Will Brown, the head coach at UAlbany, got his coaching career started when he worked as an assistant under Beaury from 1995-98. "I am where I'm at today in huge part to Brian," said Brown, whose wife, Jamie, is Beaury's niece. "He has really impacted my life. He is unbelievably loyal to the people who work for him and who played for him. Outside of my parents, I look at him being one of the reasons I am doing this. He is a great human being and one helluva basketball coach."
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Aaron Landon Named Saint Martin's Men's Basketball Coach - 8 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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