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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
Penn State Harrisburg Completes Gritty Comeback Over Wilson - Dec 18, 2018


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Kahlil
Williams
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   




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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