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 1 Nebr.Wesleyan 0-0 
 2 Whitman 24-1 
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 2 Coplin, Augsburg28.0 
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NCAA D3 Bracket 2019
Mark Edwards Retires as Men's Basketball Coach After 37 Seasons at WashU - Mar 21, 2018


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Mark Edwards
Washington University in St. Louis men's basketball coach Mark Edwards has announced his retirement after 37 years on the sidelines at his alma mater. Edwards, who led the Bears to back-to-back NCAA Division III National Championships in 2008 and 2009, posted a 685-293 (.700) overall record. He is a three-time Division III National Coach of the Year and 10-time University Athletic Association (UAA) Coach of the Year honoree. 'I have had a tremendous 37 years at Washington University and am extremely grateful for the support extended to me by the University and athletic administration through this time,' said Edwards. 'I have also been fortunate to have been associated with outstanding student-athletes, assistant coaches, colleagues, parents and alumni. I thank them for all the tremendous support they have provided. They have fueled our successes and generated many memories.' Edwards ranks fifth in active wins by a NCAA Division III head coach and ninth all-time in NCAA Division III wins with 685. He became the 12th Division III coach to win 600 or more games in a career. In 2007-08, Edwards guided WashU to its first-ever NCAA Division III National Championship, a 25-6 overall record and a second-straight Final Four appearance. He also mentored D3hoops.com and DIII News All-American, Jostens Awards Recipient and ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honoree Troy Ruths. A year later, the Bears recorded a school-record 29-2 overall mark and captured the 2009 NCAA Division III National Championship. WashU became just the fourth school in Division history to win back-to-back titles. 'Coach Edwards is an inspiring leader, not just a truly superb coach of basketball. He is a person of uncommon ability in helping others achieve their very best and is a person who enhanced Washington University during his many years as our men's basketball coach,' said Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton. 'I have so enjoyed watching him and learning from him. The results of his coaching are stunningly good, and one of my biggest thrills was to be with Coach Edwards and the team when they won their first NCAA Championship. But Mark Edwards did much more than lead the team to victories: he contributed to developing young men for lives of meaning and purpose. He nurtured all who had the opportunity to work with him, and on the road Mark Edwards emerged as one of best ambassadors for the University. It is one of my real privileges to have been able to work with Mark for so many years, and I know that he will continue as one of best advocates for the University.' Over the past 32 seasons, the Bears have enjoyed their most success, winning 20 or more games 18 times, participating in 21 NCAA tournaments, and finishing first or second 25 of 31 times in the UAA. WashU's 31-year record in the UAA - 330-101 (.766 winning percentage) - is the league's best mark since its inception in 1987-88. In addition, 20 student-athletes have earned 30 All-America awards under Edwards, along with eight Academic All-America honorees. He also led the Bears to a school-record 34-consecutive winning seasons. 'Mark Edwards is the epitome of what a basketball coach should be - more than a coach - he is a mentor, a teacher, a second father and always readily available for former student-athletes, friends, faculty and staff,' said Anthony J. Azama, the John M. Schael Director of Athletics. 'He has built a premier program that is not just defined by wins, but also by developing young men through their four-year experience who in turn are better prepared for the next 40 years of their professional life. A living example of the WashU Way and why Washington University is such a special place.' Edwards graduated from WashU in 1969 after playing four seasons for the Bears. He spent the 1969-70 season as an assistant coach before the program was dropped. After a brief stint in the Army, Edwards ended up at Washington State University as a graduate assistant coach for a semester before spending the next nine years assisting George Raveling. As a player, the Peoria, Ill., native lettered four years in basketball and track and field at WashU, and was the team's MVP and captain his senior year. Edwards was inducted into the WashU Sports Hall of Fame in 2012 and the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame in 2015. 'I am proud of what we have accomplished together while creating an athletic program that does not compromise the academic integrity of Washington University,' Edwards added. 'What started out as a vision in 1981 has become a tradition.' A national search for Edwards' replacement will begin immediately.
Courtesy of: washubears.com   




Chris
Clemons
NABC All-District 3 Awards 2019 - 2 days ago

Coach of the Year: Casey Alexander of Lipscomb;
1st Team:
PG: Chris Clemons (5'9''-PG-97) of Campbell;
G: Garrison Mathews (6'5''-G) of Lipscomb;
PG: Jermaine Marrow (6'0''-PG-97) of Hampton;
F: Ed Polite Jr. (6'5''-F-97) of Radford;
G: Carlik Jones (6'1''-G) of Radford;
2nd Team:
F: Scottie James (6'7''-F-96) of Liberty;
G: David Efianayi (6'2''-G-95) of Gardner-Webb;
F: Noah Horchler (6'8''-F-98) of N.Florida;
F: Rob Marberry (6'7''-F-96) of Lips  
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Aston
Francis
D3hoops.com All-America Teams - 9 days ago
Player of the Year: Aston Francis (6'1''-G) of Wheaton (Ill.) Rookie of the Year: Anders Nelson (6'0''-PG) of St. Thomas Coach of the Year: Matt Lewis of UW-Oshkosh First team Aston Francis of Wheaton Ben Boots (6'1''-G) of UW-Oshkosh Austin Butler (6'3''-G) of Whitman Ryan Garver (6'3''-F) of Nebraska Wesleyan Ty Nichols (6'3''-F) of Keene State Second team Nolan Ebel (6'1''-G) of Augustana Booker Coplin(6'3''-G) of Augsburg Marcos Echevarria (5'10''-PG) of Nichols Connor Raridon (6'6'...   [read more]

Austin
Butler
Team Campoli Outlasts Team Schlosser in DIII All-Star Game - 9 days ago
FORT WAYNE, Ind. - Twenty of the top NCAA Division III men's basketball seniors took center stage before the NCAA Championship game on Saturday in the Reese's Division III College All-Star Game. The teams were comprised of two senior student-athletes from each of the eight regions in Division III. An additional two seniors were selected by online voting on D3Hoops.com and two seniors were at-large selections. The game featured a pair of outstanding former coaches who have been recipients...   [read more]


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