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Men's hoops chosen fifth in AAC preseason poll - Nov 4, 2018


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Union is the odds-on favorite to win the 2018-19 Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) men's basketball championship, according to the coaches poll released Wednesday.
The Bulldogs have won or shared both the regular-season and tournament titles for the past five seasons. Union collected all 12 first-place votes and sits atop the poll with 144 points. Behind Union is a tight field as three points separate the second through fourth place. Milligan (108 points) landed seconds with Reinhardt (107 points) and Montreat (105 points) close behind. Bluefield (84 points) rounds out the top five. Bryan (83 points) and Truett McConnell (83 points) tied for sixth, while Allen (69 points), Tennessee Wesleyan (65 points), and Point (41 points) make up the rest of the top 10. Columbia International (25 points) and St. Andrews (22 points) round out the poll.
The top eight teams advance to the 2019 AAC Tournament, which is set for Feb. 21-23 at the MeadowView Marriott Conference Resort & Convention Center.
2018-19 AAC Preseason Poll Team - Voting Points (First-Place Votes)
1. Union - 144 (12)
2. Milligan - 108
3. Reinhardt - 107
4. Montreat - 105
5. Bluefield - 84
T6. Bryan - 83
T6. Truett McConnell - 83
8. Allen - 69
9. Tennessee Wesleyan - 65
10. Point - 41
11. Columbia International - 25
12. St. Andrews - 22
Courtesy of: bcrams.com  



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