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 1. Vinny Curta Grinnell32.7 
 2. Shea Feehan Eureka30.6 
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 4. Aston Francis Wheaton,.27.4 
 5. Brock Butler Iowa W.27.0 
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 7. Jalen Adams Olivet26.2 
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 Jaqhawn WALTERS
  Albertus.
  (198-F-)
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 2. Sardayah Sam., Widen.3.5 
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 4. Dean Weiner Colby3.1 
 5. Robert Aguil., RIT3.1 
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 7. Andrew Fitch SUNY C.2.9 
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NCAA D3 Bracket 2018
Penn State Harrisburg Completes Gritty Comeback Over Wilson - Dec 18, 2018


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Penn State Harrisburg's resolve and toughness was on full display in the team's gritty 90-82 victory over Wilson at the Capital Union Building (CUB) on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 16. Despite trailing for nearly 35 total minutes, and facing a double-digit deficit as large as 13 at one point, the Lions (8-1) overcame a slow shooting start, rallied down the stretch and used a combination of timely baskets and tenacious defense to pull out the hard-fought win against a game opponent one day after the visiting Phoenix (3-9) nearly upset Division I Mount St. Mary's (Md.). Five Harrisburg players reached the double-digit scoring mark. Donyae Baylor-Carroll (5'7''-PG) poured in a team-high 21 points for the Blue & White, while Chris Bing imposed his will inside and finished with a 13-point, 12-rebound double-double. Reigning Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) player of the Week Kahlil Williams (6'4''-F) netted 15, Ibn-Haneef Nelson (6'3''-G) posted 11 points and Brandon Coleman (6'3''-F) added 10 tallies, five assists and four rebounds off the bench. Keenan Wise (5'11''-PG) also performed well in a reserve role, racking up nine points, five rebounds and four assists. The game's key sequence came late in the second half with the Lions down 81-80 with less than three minutes to play. The Blue & White forced a turnover when Williams came up with a steal on the defensive end. On the other side of the floor, Wise connected with a curling Baylor-Carroll who buried a contested jumper from beyond the arc while being fouled to put the home team ahead with 2:20 remaining. Penn State Harrisburg never trailed again. On the team's ensuing possession, Coleman grabbed a key offensive rebound before diving to the hole for a layup that doubled the Lions' advantage. Wilson's next trip down the floor ended with Bing rejecting a Rashaan Bean (6'3''-F) finger roll off glass, corralling the loose ball and getting fouled. After the big man tacked on a free throw to make it 86-81 with one minute left, Nelson joined the block party with a rejection of Zachary Powell (6'2''-F). Baylor-Carroll grabbed the rebound, absorbed a foul and knocked down a pair of free throws to put the game out of reach with just 38 seconds to go. The opening stretch of the contest was a struggle for the home team, with Harrisburg shooting less than 20 percent from the floor in the game's opening minutes. Wilson, on the other hand, had little trouble making shots and eventually took its largest lead of the day at 20-7 following an Ian Hess 3-pointer at the 11:35 mark of the first half. Still trailing by 13 with four and change remaining in the opening half, the Blue & White closed out the final minutes with a much-needed 17-8 run, capped when Milton Hershey alums Pedro Rodriguez and Baylor-Carroll combined for three free throws, that cut the deficit to four at the break.
Courtesy of: d3hoops.com   




Adam Rees
Oxy Comes Up Short in Thriller at Pomona - 15 hours ago
The Occidental men's basketball team went toe-to-toe with No. 23 Pomona-Pitzer on the road on Monday, playing some of its best basketball of the season. But despite big plays and shot making from a number of different people, mixed with solid defense, the Tigers fell 70-65 at Voekel Gymnasium. It was a battle of the two teams that were picked to finish No. 1 and No. 2 in the SCIAC Preseason Coaches Poll. There were a number of lead changes late and the shot-making by both teams was impres...   [read more]

Noah Beck
Bair roars again, Men's Basketball streak hits 11 - 8 days ago
Senior Connor Bairscored a game-high 26 points and the host Tommies shot 50 percent from the field with only five turnovers in Monday night's 89-63 win over St. Olaf in MIAC men's basketball play at Schoenecker Arena. No. 16-ranked St. Thomas (11-1 overall, 7-0 MIAC) kept pace atop the standings with conference co-leader and No. 11-ranked St. John's (11-1, 7-0). The Purple have won 11 in a row and moved to 7-0 at home this season. Earlier in the evening, they moved into the national ranki...   [read more]

Damion King
Thomas More Downs Rival Mount St. Joseph, 78-47, in Bridge Shootout - 21 days ago
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Penn State Harrisburg Completes Gritty Comeback Over Wilson - 29 days ago  
LeTourneau's Nate West is a triple-double threat - 1 month ago  
Pitt-Bradford Pulls Off Double-OT Thriller Against Pitt-Greensburg Saturday - 1 month ago  
Spartans Get Back on Track with 63-50 Win at Adrian - 1 month ago  
Satran Resigns at Connecticut College - 2 months ago  
Bing's Double-Double Leads Penn State Harrisburg to OT Victory - 2 months ago  
Newbury's Omar Williams off to a thundering start - 2 months ago  
Oxy Wins at Caltech in 110 Rivalry - 2 months ago  
Penn State Harrisburg Rolls Gettysburg In Season Opener - 2 months ago  
Michael Scarlett: Impressive debut in Spain - 2 months ago  
High Point Prevails Over Guilford in Men's Basketball Exhibition - 3 months ago  
Seikel Named Assistant Basketball Coach at St. John Fisher College - 3 months ago  
Jim Calhoun returns to coaching, takes over USJ - 3 months ago  
D3 Player of the Year Nate Axelrod starts coaching career - 3 months ago  
Sachs Placed on Leave, McDermott Named Interim Head Coach at Salisbury - 3 months ago  
Mike Freilich named Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at SUNY Oneonta - 4 months ago  
Joey Flannery to serve as graduate assistant at Villanova - 4 months ago  
DJ Woodmore returns to professional basketball - 4 months ago  
Mount Saint Mary College Names Ian Thom Assistant Men's Basketball Coach - 4 months ago  
Jaqhawn Walters signs with Gimnasia de Comodoro - 4 months ago  
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