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NCAA D3 Bracket 2019
No. 11 Hamilton men take care of Wells for 17th win - Jan 29, 2019


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Hamilton College's Mark Lutz (6'3''-G) '20 drained six 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 22 points as the nationally ranked No. 11 Continentals posted an 80-65 non-conference win against the Wells College Express at Wells' Schwartz Center on Monday night. Hamilton (17-2 overall) was 14 of 30 (46.7 percent) from beyond the arc and was credited with 21 assists on 28 baskets. The Continentals rested two of their regular starters. The Express (3-14) were 22-for-25 at the free-throw line but shot 34 percent from the field and committed 18 turnovers. Wells lost its fifth straight game. Hamilton's Peter Hoffmann '19 chipped in 11 points and moved into 17th place on the program's all-time scoring list with 1,303. Spencer Kendall (6'5''-G/F) '21 dropped in 10 points and Andrew Groll (6'7''-F) '19 grabbed a team-high six rebounds. Sayo Denloye (5'11''-PG) '20 filled the stat sheet with eight points, three steals and a career-best eight assists. Denloye and Lutz made their first career starts with the Continentals. Zach D'Arpino (5'10''-PG) paced the Express with 15 points off the bench. Tyshoyn McBride (6'4''-G) contributed 13 points and five steals, Jalen Tribble registered 12 points and eight boards, and Dylan Frost scored 10. Hamilton jumped out to a 15-0 lead in the first five minutes and led the whole way. Lutz started things off with a 3-pointer, Hoffmann made the second of two free throws and Denloye canned a trifecta. Kena Gilmour (6'4''-G) '20 converted an old-fashioned 3-point play, Lutz found Kendall for a basket down low, and Lutz capped the run with another bucket from downtown. Wells missed its first three shots and turned the ball over five times before McBride nailed a 3-pointer with 14:38 left in the first half. The Express didn't get closer than nine points the rest of the night. An offensive rebound and putback by Lutz gave the Continentals their first 20-point lead at 30-10 with 6:13 remaining. Hamilton went into the break with a 42-23 advantage as Lutz poured in 17 points in the opening 20 minutes. Lutz's final 3-pointer handed the Continentals their largest lead of 25 points at 55-30 with 14:42 to go. Hamilton shot 52 percent (13 of 25) in the second half. The Continentals are back at Margaret Bundy Scott Field House for a NESCAC game against Bates College (6-13, 3-4) on Friday, Feb. 1 at 7 p.m.
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Whitworth coach Logie heads to D2 - 5 hours ago
Matt Logie is leaving Whitworth University to take on a new challenge at NCAA Division 2 school Point Loma Nazarene University. He will become the 15th head coach in the history of the program. "The combination of the most stunning campus in America, a world-class education, and a focus on developing the whole person provide an unbelievable platform to compete for championships and attract some of the country's best student-athletes", Logie said according to plnusealions.com. At Whitwort...   [read more]

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Lorensen
Lorensen steps down at DIII Buena Vista - 18 hours ago
Buena Vista University Director of Athletics Jack Denholm on Wednesday announced the resignation of Todd Lorensen , head men's basketball coach. 'I met with Coach Lorensen today and he submitted his resignation as he prepares for another opportunity,' Denholm said. 'Our men's team was young this winter, with just one senior, and the team played its best basketball at the end of the season.' Lorensen was hired in April 2018 to replace 22-year head coaching veteran Brian Van Haaften. His BV...   [read more]

Steve Moore
Wooster head coach Steve Moore to retire - 21 days ago
Steve Moore, head coach of The College of Wooster, will retire at the end of the 2019-20 academic year, the school announced. Associate head coach Doug Cline will take over the head coaching job. Under Moore's guidance, Wooster compiled a record of 759 wins and 180 losses in 32 seasons, he led the team to 27 NCAA Tournament berths and 18 North Coast Athletic Conference championships. He earned several awards during his time at Wooster, including NCAC Coach of the Year nine times and the...   [read more]


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