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Points Per Game
  Avg: 20.9
 1. Williams, Z*Vermont20.9 
 2. Brown, Z*Kebs d20.5 
 3. Jones, Z*Kentucky19.6 
 4. Mitchell, Z*Kebs19.5 
 5. Anderson, St.John19.1 
 6. Egerson, St.John18.9 
 7. Dollard, Z*Halifax17.9 
 8. Parran, Z*Kebs d17.8 
 9. Miles, Dayton AS17.5 
 10. Allen, Z*Vermont16.7 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 10.8
 1. Crookshank, Z*Ha.10.8 
 2. Williams, Z*Vermont10.3 
 3. Freeman, Z*Lawton8.8 
 4. Sowell, Dayton AS8.3 
 5. Jones, Z*Kentucky8.2 
 6. Mims, Z*Lawton F8.2 
 7. Dollard, Z*Halifax8.1 
 8. DeMasi, Z*Vermont8.0 
 9. Walton, Z*Rochester7.7 
Assists Per Game
 Dwuan RICE
  Z*Vermont F
  Avg: 7.6
 1. Rice, Z*Vermont F7.6 
 2. Parran, Z*Kebs d7.5 
 3. Brown, Z*Halifax6.2 
 4. Anderson, St.John4.7 
 5. Acker, Z*Kebs d3.7 
 6. Crouch, Z*Rochester3.7 
 7. Taylor, Dayton AS3.7 
 8. Hill Jr., Dayton3.7 
 9. Lathan, Z*Halifax3.5 
Steals Per Game
 Dwuan RICE
  Z*Vermont F
  Avg: 3
 1. Rice, Z*Vermont F3.0 
 2. Parran, Z*Kebs d2.7 
 3. Austin, Z*Vermont2.0 
 4. Mims, Z*Lawton F1.9 
 5. Brown, Z*Kebs d1.9 
 6. Miles, Dayton AS1.8 
 7. Gilchrese, St.John1.8 
 8. Anderson, St.John1.7 
 9. Lathan, Z*Halifax1.6 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.7
 1. Carter, Z*Rochester1.7 
 2. Stevenson, Z*Ro.1.5 
 3. Mims, Z*Lawton F1.4 
 4. Pierre, Z*Kebs d1.2 
 5. George, Dayton AS1.1 
 6. Ocitti, St.John R1.1 
 7. Crookshank, Z*Ha.1.1 
 8. Williams, Z*Vermont0.9 
 9. Turner, Z*Lawton0.8 
 10. DeMasi, Z*Vermont0.8 

Lake Michigan moving on in PBL Playoffs - Apr 11, 2016

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Nick Waddell
Lake Michigan led Indianapolis for 47 minutes by as much as 17 points, but it took two points by Rod Woodsen at the buzzer for a 93-91 Admiral victory. The win sends Lake Michigan to Kentucky to face the 17-1 Mavericks in another one-game showdown. The Admirals jumped out to a 29-12 first quarter lead as Lake Michigan dominated the boards. Indianapolis chiseled away at the deficit, pulling to within eight, 58-40 at halftime. Lake Michigan pushed the lead back to 12 in the third before fouls and turnovers started taking their toll. The Admirals big man, Nick Waddell (6'7''-C, college: Grand Valley St.) , picked up his fourth foul with 8:43 left in the quarter, not returning until midway through the fourth. In the meantime, Indianapolis put together an 11-3 run and were within four, 63-59. THe third quarter finished with Lake Michigan on top 68-60. The Diesels struggled all night at the free throw line, hitting 17 of 43 attempts, but with 56 seconds left they hit two and the score was 86-84. Two more at the line and Indy tied the game at 86 with 45 seconds left. Woodsen scored with 25 seconds on the clock before Waddell fouled out with 13 seconds. Jermaine Dearman (6'8''-F/C-80, college: S.Illinois) made both shots for Indy and it was 89-88 Admirals. Woodsen was fouled with 10 seconds and made both, 91-88. Demarco Foster nailed a three-pointer for Indy and the game was tied with 5.7 seconds left. Woodsen drove down the court and scored the basket as the buzzer went off, finishing with 19 points. Waddell had 14 and Marlin Mason (6'6''-F-93, college: Cleveland St.) III 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Admirals. Andrew Christen (6'5''-F, college: Morningside) had 12 points, 8 rebounds, three blocks and three assists. Stan Simpson (6'10''-F-90, college: Memphis) had 10 rebounds for the 10-8 Admirals. Dearman finished with 26 points for Indianapolis and Harry Marshall 20. Lake Michigan out-rebounded the Diesels 69-41, shooting 71 percent from the line and 40.3 percent from the field. The PBL Midwest Championship will be held in Owensboro, Kentucky on Saturday, April 16th at 7:00PM.
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Dave Magley
Rochester RazorSharks move to a new league - 2 Years ago
The Rochester RazorSharks officially announced their move to participate in the new North American Premier Basketball League (NAPB) for the 2018 season at a press conference held on August 2nd, at the Blue Cross Arena. The RazorSharks spent the last decade as part of the Premier Basketball League (PBL), and reigned as league champions for 7 years of their tenure, including four consecutive championships in the last four seasons. Their move from the PBL to the NAPB signals an upgrade in co...   [read more]

Glisson becomes sole owner of the Lake Michigan Admirals once again - 2 Years ago
As of Monday, August 7th, 2017, Chris Glisson will officially be the sole owner of the Lake Michigan Admirals once again. The James family, who had major plans to move the team to Warren, Michigan, had a huge setback when a major investor group decided that they were not going to be able to help this upcoming season. This put the James family in a financial pinch and that's when Glisson and Mr. and Mrs. James had a meeting to decide what the next step was going to be. Glisson made a very...   [read more]

Crouch All-PBL Awards 2017 - 2 Years ago All-PBL 1st Team 2017
Jerice Crouch
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Bernard Edwards
Gerard DeVaughn
Nicholas Waddell
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