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NCAA D3 Bracket 2019
High Point Prevails Over Guilford in Men's Basketball Exhibition - Oct 31, 2018


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Brandonn Kamga (6'5''-G)'s game-high 19 points paced four Panthers in double-figure scoring Tuesday in NCAA Division I High Point University's 81-45 exhibition basketball victory over Division III Guilford College. Kamga netted 15 first-half points in the Panthers' unofficial first game under former national coach of the year and High Point alumnus Tubby Smith. Six minutes into the game, Guilford had a 10-7 lead thanks to a pair of Joah Logan three-pointers. The Quakers competed well for the opening 10 minutes and trailed, 16-4, midway through the first half. Guilford defended and rebounded well, and rode Logan's hot hand for the opening 10 minutes. He scored all of his team-high 10 points in the first 10:14. The Panthers clamped down from that point and held Guilford scoreless for the next five minutes. Jahaad Proctor (6'3''-G-97) and Jamal Wright (5'11''-PG-97) drained three-pointers and Kamga tallied four points during a decisive 13-0 run. High Point scored the first half's final seven points to open a 42-21 margin. High Point's Ricky Madison (6'7''-F-97) posted a double-double with 13 points and a game-high 14 boards. Wright made both three-point shots on the way to 15 points off the bench. Proctor chipped in 13 points and a game-best six assists. The Panthers limited their guests to 28.6 field-goal shooting, including five-of-23 (21.7%) from long range. Guilford got 16 different students into the contest, it's first of two this week versus Division I competition. Kyler Gregory delivered solid post play in the post where he made three-of-six shots and finished with seven points. Junior college transfer Steven Ruszala chipped in five interior points, a blocked shot, and a club-high seven rebounds in his Quakers' debut. Roanoke College transfer Jordan Wallis gave Guilford a boost off the bench with two three-pointers and six points. The Quakers held their own under the basket with 39 of the game's 73 rebounds, including 13 on the offensive glass. Coach Tom Palombo 's Quakers head to the University of Iowa this weekend for a November 4 contest with the Division I Hawkeyes and former University of North Carolina at Greensboro mentor Fran McCaffery.
Courtesy of: d3hoops.com   




Brandon
Linton
Nichols set to name Patriot League assistant as next Head Basketball Coach - 5 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 - 12 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 - 18 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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