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B12 Ranking
 1 Texas Tech (8) 14-4(26-5) 
 2 Kansas St. (18) 14-4(24-7) 
 3 Kansas (13) 12-6(23-8) 
 4 Baylor 10-8(19-12) 
 5 Iowa St. 9-9(20-11) 
 6 Texas 8-10(16-15) 
 7 Oklahoma 7-11(19-12) 
 8 TCU 7-11(19-12) 
 9 Oklahoma St. 5-13(12-19) 
 10 W.Virginia 4-14(12-19) 

B12 Women 2018-2019
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Points Per Game
 Dedric LAWSON
  Avg: 19.2
 1. Lawson, Kansas19.2 
 2. Shayok, Iowa St.18.7 
 3. Culver, Texas Tech18.5 
 4. Bane, TCU15.2 
 5. Brown, Kansas St.14.9 
 6. Clark, Baylor14.6 
 7. Mason, Baylor14.6 
 8. James, Oklahoma14.4 
 9. Roach-II, Texas14.1 
 10. Vick, Kansas14.1 
Rebounds Per Game
 Dedric LAWSON
  Avg: 10.4
 1. Lawson, Kansas10.4 
 2. Culver, W.Virginia10.3 
 3. Osetkowski, Texas7.4 
 4. McGriff, Oklahoma.7.4 
 5. Vital, Baylor7.2 
 6. Samuel, TCU7.0 
 7. Doolittle, Oklahoma7.0 
 8. Miller, TCU6.6 
 9. Clark, Baylor6.3 
 10. Culver, Texas Tech6.3 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 7
 1. Robinson, TCU7.0 
 2. Weiler-Babb, Iowa S.4.0 
 3. Likekele, Oklahoma.3.9 
 4. Haliburton, Iowa S.3.7 
 5. Dotson, Kansas3.6 
 6. Culver, Texas Tech3.6 
 7. Coleman-III, Texas3.6 
 8. Bieniemy, Oklahoma3.5 
 9. Mason, Baylor3.3 
 10. Stokes, Kansas St.3.3 
Steals Per Game
 Barry BROWN
  Kansas St.
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Brown, Kansas St.1.9 
 2. Mooney, Texas Tech1.7 
 3. Robinson, TCU1.5 
 4. Garrett, Kansas1.5 
 5. Haliburton, Iowa S.1.5 
 6. Sneed, Kansas St.1.4 
 7. Culver, Texas Tech1.4 
 8. Bieniemy, Oklahoma1.4 
 9. Osetkowski, Texas1.3 
 10. Roach-II, Texas1.3 
Blocks Per Game
  Oklahoma St.
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Anei, Oklahoma St.2.7 
 2. Clark, Baylor2.4 
 3. Owens, Texas Tech2.4 
 4. Hayes, Texas2.2 
 5. Samuel, TCU2.0 
 6. Lard, Iowa St.1.2 
 7. Lawson, Kansas1.1 
 8. Gillespie, Baylor1.1 
 9. Lightfoot, Kansas1.0 
 10. Odiase, Texas Tech1.0 

Iowa State Wins Big 12 Championship Title (Photo: Big12)

Iowa State University 2018-19
Steve Prohm Steve Prohm Prohm
Marial Shayok
Talen Horton-Tucker
Michael Jacobson
Nick Weiler-Babb
Tyrese Haliburton
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
3  Shayok Marial 198 (6'6'') G 95 Canada
11  Horton-Tucker Talen 193 (6'4'') G 99 USA
12  Jacobson Michael 206 (6'9'') F 97 USA
1  Weiler-Babb Nick 196 (6'5'') G 95 USA
22  Haliburton Tyrese 196 (6'5'') G 0 USA
5  Wigginton Lindell 188 (6'2'') G 98 Canada
2  Lard Cameron 206 (6'9'') F 97 USA
33  Young Solomon 203 (6'8'') F 98 USA
23  Talley Zoran 201 (6'7'') F 94 USA
4  Conditt IV George 210 (6'11'') C 0 Puerto Rico
10  Schuster Nate 193 (6'4'') F/G 99 USA
15  Boothe Carter 183 (6'0'') PG 0 USA
25  Steyer Eric 196 (6'5'') F 98 USA
0  Griffin Zion 198 (6'6'') SF 0 USA
24  Lewis Terrence 198 (6'6'') SF 98 USA
Head Coach: Steve Prohm
Coach Assistant: William Small
Coach Assistant: David Hobbs
Coach Assistant: Daniyal Robinson

Iowa State Wins Big 12 Championship Title - Mar 17, 2019

The fifth-seeded Cyclones won their fifth Big 12 Championship final with a 78-66 win over No. 3-seed Kansas on Saturday.
The fifth-seeded Cyclones raced to a big early lead against No. 17 Kansas, then leaned on some balanced scoring and enough stops down the stretch to beat the Jayhawks 78-66 on Saturday night and remain unbeaten in five championship game appearances.
Lindell Wigginton (6'2''-G-98) had 17 points, Marial Shayok (6'6''-G-95) had 15, and Michael Jacobson (6'9''-F-97) 14 for the Cyclones (23-11). They became the lowest-seeded team ever to win the conference tournament and improved to 2-0 against Kansas (25-9) in the finals.
Dedric Lawson (6'9''-F-97) had 18 points and Devon Dotson (6'2''-G-99) added 17 for the third-seeded Jayhawks, whose last chance to win some hardware will be the NCAA Tournament. Their run of 14 consecutive regular-season crowns ended last weekend, and they failed to defend their Big 12 Championship title.
Meanwhile, the Cyclones made a tremendous about-face during their stay in Kansas City.
They arrived having lost five of their last six regular-season games and looked rudderless in losses to Texas and lowly West Virginia. But beginning with a blowout of Baylor and continuing with a quarterfinal win over regular-season champ Kansas State, the Cyclones found their stride.
The Jayhawks, who are still looking for their own, were fortunate to trail 32-22 at halftime.
Lawson, who had 24 points in the semifinals, was 2 of 11 from the field. Marcus Garrett (6'5''-G-98) was 0 for 6 from the floor and 1 of 4 from the foul line. Quentin Grimes (6'5''-G-00) was 0 for 4 from beyond the arc after hitting five 3-pointers in their win over the Mountaineers on Friday night.
All told, the Jayhawks shot 27.8 percent from the field and missed all nine of their 3-point attempts in the first half. They also were just 2 of 8 from the free-throw line.
Iowa State had its own trouble on the offensive end of the floor, getting five shots swatted into the seats. But the Cyclones were effective at getting to the rim, and easy layups by Wigginton and Tyrese Haliburton (6'5''-G-00) allowed them to take control.
Their lead swelled to 41-24 early in the second half. And even when the Jayhawks managed to nip into it, they would inevitably miss an open layup or throw the ball away.
Or, Jacobson would knock down an unlikely 3-pointer.
That was the case when the Jayhawks trimmed the deficit to 45-35 with 14 minutes to go. Iowa State's big man calmly drained one from the top of the arc - all Kansas coach Bill Self could do was smile in disbelief - and Steve Prohm 's squad promptly ripped off seven straight points.
Frustration eventually set in for the Jayhawks down the stretch.
After cutting their deficit to single-digits on several occasions, including 72-63 with 1:21 to go, the Cyclones kept answering. And after Grimes was called for a foul on Wigginton, Lawson spiked the ball under the basket and was whistled for a technical foul.
Shayok made the two technical foul shots, Wigginton made two more, and the chants of "Let's Go Cyclones!" began to reverberate throughout Sprint Center in celebration of another Phillips 66 Big 12 Men's Basketball Championship.

Big 12 Tournament Final:
Iowa State - Kansas 78-66
Big 12 Tournament Semifinals:
Iowa State - Kansas State 63-59
Kansas - West Virginia 88-74

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All-Big 12 Awards 2019 - Mar 17, 2019

All-Big 12 1st Team 2019
Marial Shayok
Dedric Lawson
Barry Brown
Dean Wade
Jarrett Culver

All-Tournament MVP: Marial Shayok (6'6''-G-95) of Iowa St.
Player of the Year: Jarrett Culver (6'5''-G) of Texas Tech
Defensive Player of the Year: Barry Brown (6'3''-G-96) of Kansas St.
Freshman of the Year: Jaxson Hayes (6'8''-C-00) of Texas
Newcomer of the Year: Dedric Lawson (6'9''-F-97) of Kansas
Most Improved Player of the Year: Kristian Doolittle (6'7''-F-97) of Oklahoma
Sixth Man of the Year: Lindell Wigginton (6'2''-G-98) of Iowa St.
Coach of the Year: Chris Beard of Texas Tech

1st Team
G: Marial Shayok (6'6''-G-95) of Iowa St.
F: Dedric Lawson (6'9''-F-97) of Kansas
G: Barry Brown (6'3''-G-96) of Kansas St.
PF: Dean Wade (6'10''-PF-96) of Kansas St.
G: Jarrett Culver (6'5''-G) of Texas Tech

2nd Team
G: Makai Mason (6'1''-G-95) of Baylor
C: Jaxson Hayes (6'8''-C-00) of Texas
G: Desmond Bane (6'5''-G) of TCU
G: Matt Mooney (6'3''-G) of Texas Tech
F: Derek Culver (6'10''-F-98) of W.Virginia

3rd Team
G: Devon Dotson (6'2''-G-99) of Kansas
F: Kristian Doolittle (6'7''-F-97) of Oklahoma
G: Christian James (6'4''-G-96) of Oklahoma
G: Alex Robinson (6'1''-G-95) of TCU
PG: Davide Moretti (6'2''-PG-98) of Texas Tech

Honorable Mention
Jared Butler (6'3''-G) of Baylor
Mario Kegler (6'7''-G/F-97) of Baylor
Mark Vital (6'5''-G/F-96) of Baylor
Talen Horton-Tucker (6'4''-G-00) of Iowa St.
Nick Weiler-Babb (6'5''-G-95) of Iowa St.
Lindell Wigginton (6'2''-G-98) of Iowa St.
Xavier Sneed (6'5''-F-97) of Kansas St.
Kamau Stokes (6'0''-PG-95) of Kansas St.
Brady Manek (6'9''-F) of Oklahoma
Cameron McGriff (6'7''-F-97) of Oklahoma St.
Lindy Waters III (6'6''-G-97) of Oklahoma St.
Kouat Noi (6'7''-F-97) of TCU
Matt Coleman III (6'2''-G-98) of Texas
Kerwin Roach II (6'4''-G-96) of Texas
Tariq Owens (6'10''-F) of Texas Tech

All-Defensive Team
G/F: Mark Vital (6'5''-G/F-96) of Baylor
G: Marcus Garrett (6'5''-G-98) of Kansas
G: Barry Brown (6'3''-G-96) of Kansas St.
C: Jaxson Hayes (6'8''-C-00) of Texas
G: Matt Mooney (6'3''-G) of Texas Tech
F: Tariq Owens (6'10''-F) of Texas Tech

All-Tournament Team
G: Devon Dotson (6'2''-G-99) of Kansas
F: Dedric Lawson (6'9''-F-97) of Kansas
G: Lindell Wigginton (6'2''-G-98) of Iowa St.
F: Michael Jacobson (6'9''-F-97) of Iowa St.
G: Marial Shayok (6'6''-G-95) of Iowa St.

All-Freshman Team
G: Jared Butler (6'3''-G) of Baylor
G: Talen Horton-Tucker (6'4''-G-00) of Iowa St.
G: Devon Dotson (6'2''-G-99) of Kansas
C: Jaxson Hayes (6'8''-C-00) of Texas
F: Derek Culver (6'10''-F-98) of W.Virginia

All-Newcomer Team
G: Makai Mason (6'1''-G-95) of Baylor
G: Marial Shayok (6'6''-G-95) of Iowa St.
F: Dedric Lawson (6'9''-F-97) of Kansas
C: Jaxson Hayes (6'8''-C-00) of Texas
G: Matt Mooney (6'3''-G) of Texas Tech


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