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 1 Nebr.Wesleyan 0-0 
 2 Whitman 24-1 
 3 Augustana, IL 23-2 
 4 Wisc.-Oshkosh 23-2 
 5 Randolph-Macon 23-2 
 6 Swarthmore 22-3 
 7 Amherst 21-4 
 8 St.Johns, MN 21-4 
 9 Chris.Newport 23-3 
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 21 Whitworth 20-5 
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 24 Capital 20-6 
 25 Oswego St. 20-5 

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  Wheaton,
  (185-G-)
  Avg: 34.3
 1. Francis, Wheaton,34.3 
 2. Riddley, Pfeiffer28.4 
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 4. Nichols, Keene S27.4 
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 7. Coene, Roger W26.0 
 8. Carius, Monmouth25.5 
 9. Bryan, Salem St.25.3 
 10. Davidson, Wabash25.1 
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  UVF
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 3. Levy, John Jay13.4 
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 6. Duvivier, Gordon12.3 
 7. Gladney, Concordia,12.3 
 8. Leifer, Yeshiva12.0 
 9. Rapoza, Anna M11.8 
 10. Animashaun, Salem11.7 
Assists Per Game
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  SUNY D
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  Avg: 8.3
 1. Fragale, SUNY D8.3 
 2. Garver, Nebr.7.7 
 3. Jurko, MIT7.4 
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 7. Spragg, Covenant6.9 
 8. Faison, Morrisville6.6 
 9. Edmond Jr., Olivet6.5 
 10. Niland, Penn S6.2 
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 2. Dix, Greenville3.3 
 3. Gonzalez, E.Co.3.1 
 4. Tesoriero, Brooklyn3.1 
 5. Garver, Nebr.3.0 
 6. Jourdain, Colb.2.8 
 7. Herman, J.and W2.8 
 8. Wright, Stevenson2.8 
 9. Rivera, Plymouth2.7 
 10. Hogan, J.and W2.7 
Blocks Per Game
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  LaGrange
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  Avg: 3.8
 1. McCallum, LaGrange3.8 
 2. Fitch, SUNY C3.6 
 3. Johnson, Carthage3.6 
 4. Vezele, Rhode I3.4 
 5. Johnson, Neumann3.3 
 6. Ringland, Marywood3.3 
 7. Mitchell, Wash.3.0 
 8. Levy, John Jay3.0 
 9. Gardner, Penn S3.0 
 10. Bowman, Maryville,2.8 

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Mitch Cole named Berry College head men's basketball coach - Apr 29, 2018


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Berry College Athletics Director, Todd Brooks, announced today the hiring of Mitch Cole to serve as Berry's new head men's basketball coach. 'We are extremely pleased and excited that Mitch has agreed to become our next head men's basketball coach,' Brooks said. 'He is a consummate professional and talented coach that brings a wealth of experience and proven success with him. His previous Division III experience and familiarity with the other institutions in the Southern Athletic Association makes him an ideal fit.' Cole will join the Vikings as the 12th head coach in program history after serving as the assistant men's basketball coach at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock for the past two years. Cole spent the previous five seasons on the staff at Texas A&M and was formerly the head coach at current Southern Athletic Association (SAA) member, Birmingham-Southern College. 'I would like to thank Athletics Director, Todd Brooks, and the search committee for the opportunity to become the head men's basketball coach at Berry College,' Cole said. 'I appreciate the leadership of President Stephen Briggs and Dean Debbie Heida, and I look forward to the shared responsibility of serving our student-athletes. With a world-class campus, top-tier facilities, and a winning athletic culture, Berry is a place where we hope to attract championship level student-athletes. I couldn't be more enthusiastic about building a basketball program that will make the incredible people at Berry College proud.' Cole was part of Billy Kennedy's teams at Texas A&M that won 49 games over two seasons, including a program-record 28 in 2015-16. The Aggies climbed as high as No. 5 in the AP Top 25 and USA TODAY Coaches Poll, achieving the highest ranking in school history. Texas A&M went on to win the regular-season Southeastern Conference Championship in 2015-16 to earn its first league title since 1986. The Aggies reached the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament to cap one of the best seasons in program history. Cole was also on the bench that season when Texas A&M pulled off the biggest last-minute comeback in NCAA Tournament history over Northern Iowa. Cole came to A&M after one of the most successful seasons in BSC men's basketball history, leading the Panthers to a 23-4 overall record in 2010-11 and winning the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Championship with a 14-2 conference mark. The Panthers ended the season by winning the NCAA Division III Provisional Tournament Championship in Steubenville, Ohio. Cole earned D3hoops.com South Region Coach of the Year honors at the conclusion of the year. Taking over as the college's 12th men's head basketball coach at BSC in 2006, Cole was tasked with rebuilding the program from scratch as a result of BSC's move from NCAA Division I to Division III. He quickly built the Panthers into a contender, achieving a 13-12 record with 15 freshmen in 2007-08. Two years later, the Panthers went 20-5 and won the SCAC East Division title. In his last two seasons at BSC, Cole's teams went 43-9, leading the SCAC in scoring each year. Cole spent 11 seasons as an assistant under Hall of Fame coach Duane Reboul prior to taking over as head coach of the Panthers. He was instrumental in the success of a program that amassed over 300 wins during his tenure at BSC. In 2000, Cole assisted in the school's transition from the NAIA to NCAA Division I. Despite recruiting and coaching with a ban on postseason play for five seasons, Cole managed to successfully recruit and develop players who would propel BSC into immediate success in Division I. After a successful 19-9 season in 2002-03, BSC went 20-7 in 2003-04 and won the Big South Conference Championship. That season, the Panthers led all of Division I in 3-point field goal percentage, shooting 43 percent from the arc. From 1996-2000, the Panthers made five consecutive trips to the NAIA National Tournament. Cole helped direct an offense ranked No. 1 in the nation in 3-point field goal percentage during the 1996-97, 1997-98, and 1998-99 seasons. The Panthers consistently ranked in the top-five nationally in field goal percentage, and led the nation in 1997-98. During his 16 years at BSC, Cole recruited and developed numerous All-American and All-Conference performers while achieving one of the nation's highest graduation rates. A New Orleans, La., native, Cole graduated from Holy Cross High School in 1988. He played collegiately at Montana State University-Billings, where he double majored in history and education and graduated in 1992. Cole went on to earn his master's in education from Auburn while working as a graduate assistant with the basketball team. He and his wife, Amy, have three children: daughter Laura Kate and sons Carson and Joshua.
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Brandon
Linton
Nichols set to name Patriot League assistant as next Head Basketball Coach - 3 days ago
Multiple sources have told me that Army assistant Brandon Linton will be hired as the new head basketball coach at DIII Nichols College (MA). He will replace Scott Faucher who became the head coach at DII Assumption College (MA) earlier this spring. Linton joined the Army staff back in 2014. He has also worked as an assistant at Bowdoin College, and his alma mater Clarkson University. Last season, Nichols finished 28-3 and advanced to the NCAA DIII Elite Eight. An official announcement is...   [read more]

Stefan
Thompson
Stefan Thompson to serve as new Hobart head coach - 10 days ago
Former All-American Stefan Thompson was promoted from assistant coach to become Hobart's new head coach, the school has announced. A native of Syracuse, New York, Thompson started his coaching career as a junior varsity coach at Christian Brothers Academy in his hometown. In 2014, he was named assistant coach at Wilkes University, before joining the Hobart coaching staff two years ago. The Statesmen had to look for a new head coach, as Tim Sweeney accepted a job at Connecticut College. A...   [read more]

Trevor
Johnson
Trevor Johnson named Buena Vista head coach - 16 days ago
The Buena Vista University has announced that former Johns Hopkins University assistant coach Trevor Johnson has agreed to become the new men's basketball coach. Prior to his one-year stint at Johns Hopkins, Johnson served as assistant coach at Nebraska Wesleyan University. Nebraska Wesleyan won the NAIA Division II national championship in 2017-18. "I am very blessed for this opportunity to lead a program that has a strong, winning tradition. I am excited to get to campus and start buil...   [read more]


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