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CalPac Ranking
 1 Antelope Valley 12-2(14-12) 
 2 Simpson, CA 9-5(17-10) 
 3 Embry-Riddle Aero 8-6(15-13) 
 4 Bened.-Mesa 7-7(18-11) 
 5 Cal Maritime 7-7(15-13) 
 6 Cal Merced 7-7(14-12) 
 7 Pacific Union 5-9(9-15) 
 8 La Sierra 1-13(3-22) 

CalPac Women 2018-2019
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Points Per Game
 Christian DRAYTON
  Antelope.
  (206-F-)
  Avg: 18.4
 1. Drayton, Antelope.18.4 
 2. Johnson, Embry-Ri.16.6 
 3. Hauser, Cal Maritime14.5 
 4. Lucero, Cal Maritime14.3 
 5. Mitchell, Bened.-Mesa14.0 
 6. Eisen, Cal Maritime13.1 
 7. Jordan, Bened.-M.12.0 
 8. Cano, Bened.-Mesa11.3 
 9. Ibarra, Embry-Ri.11.1 
 10. Borja, Cal Maritime11.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 Christian DRAYTON
  Antelope.
  (206-F-)
  Avg: 11.8
 1. Drayton, Antelope.11.8 
 2. Lucero, Cal Maritime9.1 
 3. Johnson, Embry-Ri.8.7 
 4. Aby, Bened.-Mesa7.1 
 5. Mitchell, Bened.-Mesa5.8 
 6. Cano, Bened.-Mesa5.5 
 7. Galinato, Bened.-M.5.5 
 8. Hauser, Cal Maritime5.3 
 9. Harris, Cal Maritime4.5 
 10. Borja, Cal Maritime4.5 
Assists Per Game
 Jordan MITCHELL
  Bened.-Mesa
  (186-G-)
  Avg: 4.6
 1. Mitchell, Bened.-Mesa4.6 
 2. Hauser, Cal Maritime4.0 
 3. Nolen-Webb, Antelope.2.9 
 4. Skurdal, Embry-Ri.2.5 
 5. Keil, Antelope Valley2.2 
 6. Skurdal, Embry-Ri.2.0 
 7. Gonzalez, Antelope.1.9 
 8. Aby, Bened.-Mesa1.8 
 9. Johnson, Embry-Ri.1.8 
 10. Eisen, Cal Maritime1.5 
Steals Per Game
 Nick JOHNSON
  Embry-Ri.
  (196-G-98)
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Johnson, Embry-Ri.2.3 
 2. Mitchell, Bened.-Mesa1.6 
 3. Hauser, Cal Maritime1.3 
 4. Harris, Cal Maritime1.2 
 5. Skurdal, Embry-Ri.1.2 
 6. Ibarra, Embry-Ri.1.1 
 7. Nolen-Webb, Antelope.1.0 
 8. Drayton, Antelope.0.9 
 9. Keil, Antelope Valley0.9 
 10. Eisen, Cal Maritime0.9 
Blocks Per Game
 Christian DRAYTON
  Antelope.
  (206-F-)
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Drayton, Antelope.1.9 
 2. Lucero, Cal Maritime1.4 
 3. Borja, Cal Maritime1.3 
 4. Aby, Bened.-Mesa1.1 
 5. Carmichael, Embry-Ri.0.7 
 6. Cano, Bened.-Mesa0.7 
 7. Mockaitis, Antelope.0.6 
 8. Harris, Cal Maritime0.6 
 9. Galinato, Bened.-M.0.5 
 10. Johnson, Embry-Ri.0.5 


UAV tops ERAU to claim second straight Cal Pac title (Photo: CalPac)

Antelope Valley University 2018-19
Miles Nolen-Webb
Nolen-Webb
Christian Drayton
Drayton
Jacob Mast
Mast
Hayden Hall
Hall
Kane Keil
Keil
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
11  Nolen-Webb Miles 183 (6'0'') PG 96 USA
24  Drayton Christian 206 (6'9'') F 0 USA
21  Mast Jacob 196 (6'5'') F 0 USA
25  Hall Hayden 201 (6'7'') G 0 USA
1  Gonzalez Ruben 170 (5'7'') PG 0 USA
10  Keil Kane 198 (6'6'') F 0 New Zealand
20  Mockaitis Deividas 213 (7'0'') C 0 Lithuania
22  Snavely Justin 203 (6'8'') F 0 USA
0  Wade Brandon 190 (6'3'') G 0 USA
23  Sola Joan 201 (6'7'') F 0 Spain
3  Polk Tevin 193 (6'4'') F 0 USA
13  Bussey Carliss 193 (6'4'') G/F 0 USA
 Helmerich John 183 (6'0'') PG 0 USA
15  Armstrong Ezekiel 178 (5'10'') PG 0 USA
12  Holden Kamal 193 (6'4'') G 0 USA
 Maugir Lenny 183 (6'0'') PG 0 USA
 Blunt Kizhonie 178 (5'10'') PG 0 USA
 Duerschmied Matteo 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
 Miller Justin 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
 White James 180 (5'11'') PG 0 USA
 Wizzard Kyle 170 (5'7'') PG 0 USA

Coach Assistant: Seth Gerdine


UAV tops ERAU to claim second straight Cal Pac title - Mar 3, 2019

Top-seeded Antelope Valley outlasted #3 Embry-Riddle 65-56 in the finale of the California Pacific Conference Championship tournament in Lancaster, Calif., and claimed its second consecutive conference crown. The Pioneers, now 16-12 on the season, await tomorrow's announcement for seeding at the NAIA Division II National Championship, which will take place at Sioux Falls, S.D., beginning on March 6.
While the victory was anything but a work of art, UAV has seen nothing this season more beautiful than another trip to the national stage. The Pioneers had a difficult time penetrating the ERAU zone defense, but their relentless defensive pressure, which caused 24 Eagle turnovers, and outstanding 3-point shooting marked the difference in the contest.
In this year's first meeting between the two squads back in January in Prescott, Ariz., ERAU upset UAV 69-61. In the rematch in Lancaster, Calif., on Feb. 9, the Pioneers rolled to an 85-60 win, imposing their will on their home court. But in the third matchup, it was ERAU that controlled the tempo, and kept the game within reach throughout with defense and a balanced offense.
Early in the game UAV sped out to a quick lead, and 15 minutes in the Pioneers had a commanding lead, hitting 3-pointers, applying full court pressure that forced turnovers, and controlling the boards. But even when UAV went 15 and appeared primed to pull away from ERAU, the Eagles battled through the pressure, even when the offense had difficulty scoring on the tenacious Pioneer defense.
UAV built a 35-25 lead by halftime, but the Eagles came out attacked the rim and quickly pared the margin down to three, 36-33, on a treys from Gilbert Ibarra (6'3''-G-98) and Logan Skurdal (6'4''-G-96) and a Nick Johnson (6'5''-G-98) bucket with 16:39 remaining.
ERAU kept it a two-possession game over the next five minutes, but Hayden Hall's three, his third of the game, with a little over 12 minutes left, put the Pioneers up by 10, 47-79, and the Eagles never got closer than five points the rest of the way.
Five minutes later, Ibarra wound through UAV defense and laid one in to make it 55-49 with 7:25 remaining, but after a timeout, Hall, as he did so many times in the game, knocked down another triple to put the Pioneers back up nine, 58-49.
UAV shot a sizzling 48 percent from beyond the arc, connecting on 12-of-25 3-pointers in the game. And the Pioneers needed all of them, as they were only 11 for 20 from the free throw line and finished with 23 turnovers against the active ERAU defense. The Pioneers averaged just under 80 points per game in the Cal Pac this season, but the Eagles did an outstanding job of taking away the Pioneers' inside game, most notably neutralizing Cal Pac Player and Newcomer of the Year, Christian Drayton (6'9''-F). ERAU held UAV's leading scorer to just two points on 1-of-7 shooting from the floor. Drayton did lead the Pioneers in rebounding with eight.
Other Pioneers stepped up when needed. Hall had a huge shooting night, draining 5-of-10 treys and finishing with 18 points to lead UAV, and Miles Nolen-Webb (6'0''-PG-96) added 12 points and five assists.
ERAU's breakthrough season comes to an end with a 16-14 overall record--which was not only the best in the program's four-year history, but it nearly doubled the previous most wins in a season (9). The Eagles will return many key players who now know what it takes to reach the postseason. Leading that drive will be Johnson, the Cal Pac Defensive Player of the Year and the team's leading scorer. In the season's final contest, he totaled 11 points, matching Logan Skurdal's 11-point effort. Johnson also had a game-high 10 rebounds, six on the offensive end.

CalPac Tournament Final: Antelope Valley - Embry-Riddle 65-56
CalPac Tournament Semifinals:
Antelope Valley - Benedictine-Mesa 96-77
Simpson - Embry-Riddle 72-75

Courtesy of calpacathletics.com


All-CalPac Awards 2019 - Mar 3, 2019

All-CalPac 1st Team 2019
Aaron Berry
Berry
Christian Drayton
Drayton
Henry Galinato
Galinato
Nick Johnson
Johnson
Ryan Haywood
Haywood

Player of the Year: Christian Drayton (6'9''-F) of Antelope Valley
Defensive Player of the Year: Nick Johnson (6'5''-G-98) of Embry-Riddle Aero
Freshman of the Year: Mason Westlake (6'1''-G) of Cal Merced
Newcomer of the Year: Christian Drayton (6'9''-F) of Antelope Valley
Coach of the Year: Eric Fundalewicz of Embry-Riddle Aero

1st Team
PG: Aaron Berry (6'0''-PG) of Simpson, CA
F: Christian Drayton (6'9''-F) of Antelope Valley
F: Henry Galinato (6'6''-F) of Bened.-Mesa
PG: Josh Hauser (5'10''-PG) of Cal Maritime
G: Ryan Haywood (6'3''-G) of Cal Merced
G: Nick Johnson (6'5''-G-98) of Embry-Riddle Aero
F: Kane Keil (6'6''-F) of Antelope Valley
F: Zavier Lucero (6'5''-F) of Cal Maritime
G: Jordan Mitchell (6'1''-G) of Bened.-Mesa
G: Blake Trent (6'3''-G) of Simpson, CA

2nd Team
G: Jalen Cooper (6'3''-G) of Simpson, CA
G: Kamal Holden (6'4''-G) of Antelope Valley
G: Gilbert Ibarra (6'3''-G-98) of Embry-Riddle Aero
F: Aaron Laflin (6'7''-F) of Cal Merced
PG: Miles Nolen-Webb (6'0''-PG-96) of Antelope Valley
G: Mason Westlake (6'1''-G) of Cal Merced

Honorable Mention
Hayden Hall (6'7''-G) of Antelope Valley
Jorge Cano (6'1''-G) of Bened.-Mesa
Jalen Jordan (6'0''-PG) of Bened.-Mesa
Calvin Carmichael (6'8''-F/C-96) of Embry-Riddle Aero
DJ Everage (6'2''-G) of La Sierra
Kenny Lewis (6'1''-G) of La Sierra
Elijah Green (6'2''-G/F) of Pacific Union
Jeremiah Blandin (6'6''-F) of Pacific Union
Raphael Durr (6'1''-G) of Cal Merced


 

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