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TheAAC Ranking
 1 Houston 16-2(29-2) 
 2 Cincinnati 14-4(25-6) 
 3 Cent.Florida 13-5(23-7) 
 4 Temple 13-5(23-8) 
 5 Memphis 11-7(19-12) 
 6 Wichita St. 10-8(17-13) 
 7 S.Florida 8-10(19-12) 
 8 Tulsa 8-10(18-13) 
 9 Connecticut 6-12(15-16) 
 10 SMU 6-12(14-16) 
 11 E.Carolina 3-15(10-20) 
 12 Tulane 0-18(4-26) 

TheAAC Women 2018-2019
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Points Per Game
 Shizz ALSTON
  Temple
  (193-G-96)
  Avg: 19.7
 1. Alston, Temple19.7 
 2. Martin, Memphis19.6 
 3. Cumberland, Cinci.18.4 
 4. McDuffie, Wichita .18.3 
 5. McMurray, SMU18.1 
 6. Adams, Connecticut16.9 
 7. Daniels, Tulane16.9 
 8. Davis, Houston16.8 
 9. Rose, Temple16.5 
 10. Gardner, E.Carolina16.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Alexis YETNA
  S.Florida
  (203-F-97)
  Avg: 9.5
 1. Yetna, S.Florida9.5 
 2. Gardner, E.Carolina8.5 
 3. Sehic, Tulane7.7 
 4. Fall, Cent.Florida7.3 
 5. Davenport, Memphis7.1 
 6. Aflakpui, Temple7.0 
 7. Scott, Cincinnati6.8 
 8. Brooks, Houston6.6 
 9. Whitt, SMU6.4 
 10. Hunt, SMU6.4 
Assists Per Game
 LaQuincy RIDEAU
  S.Florida
  (185-PG-96)
  Avg: 5.6
 1. Rideau, S.Florida5.6 
 2. Alston, Temple5.0 
 3. Robinson, Houston5.0 
 4. Martin, Memphis4.4 
 5. Allen, Cent.Florida4.3 
 6. Taplin, Tulsa4.1 
 7. Cornish, Tulane4.1 
 8. Whitt, SMU4.0 
 9. Fleming, E.Carolina4.0 
 10. Cumberland, Cinci.3.7 
Steals Per Game
 LaQuincy RIDEAU
  S.Florida
  (185-PG-96)
  Avg: 2.8
 1. Rideau, S.Florida2.8 
 2. Martin, Memphis2.2 
 3. Rose, Temple2.1 
 4. Collins, S.Florida1.8 
 5. Pierre-Louis, Temple1.6 
 6. Vital, Connecticut1.6 
 7. Fleming, E.Carolina1.5 
 8. Alston, Temple1.5 
 9. Whitt, SMU1.4 
 10. LeDay, E.Carolina1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Tacko FALL
  Cent.Florida
  (229-C-95)
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Fall, Cent.Florida2.5 
 2. Carlton, Connecti.1.8 
 3. Brooks, Cincinnati1.5 
 4. Gresham, Houston1.4 
 5. Echenique, Wichita .1.4 
 6. Jeffries, Tulsa1.2 
 7. Durr, S.Florida1.2 
 8. Koka, Tulane1.1 
 9. Mike, SMU1.1 
 10. Davis, E.Carolina1.0 


University of Cincinnati wins the USA TheAAC 2018-2019 title (Photo: gobearcats.com)

University of Cincinnati 2018-19
Mick Cronin Mick Cronin Cronin
Justin Jenifer
Jenifer
Tre Scott
Scott
Jarron Cumberland
Cumberland
Nysier Brooks
Brooks
Keith Williams
Williams
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
3  Jenifer Justin 178 (5'10'') PG 95 USA
13  Scott Tre 203 (6'8'') F 96 USA
34  Cumberland Jarron 196 (6'5'') G 97 USA
33  Brooks Nysier 211 (6'11'') C 96 USA
2  Williams Keith 196 (6'5'') G 98 USA
10  Fredericks Rashawn 196 (6'5'') G/F 96 U.S. Virgin Islands
15  Broome Cane 183 (6'0'') PG 94 USA
20  Diarra Mamoudou 206 (6'9'') F 97 Mali
22  Nsoseme Eliel 206 (6'9'') F/C 97 DR Congo
0  Johnson Logan 188 (6'2'') G 99 USA
31  Martin Sam 178 (5'10'') PG 98 USA
11  Hardnett Laquill 203 (6'8'') F 0 USA
5  Moore Trevor 196 (6'5'') G 99 USA
32  Koz John 185 (6'1'') G 97 USA
Head Coach: Mick Cronin
Coach Assistant: Antwon Jackson


BACK-TO BACK! CINCINNATI DOWNS HOUSTON TO CLAIM 2019 AIR FORCE RESERVE AMERICAN ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIP! - Mar 18, 2019

MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Cincinnati got a title-game record 33 points from Most Outstanding Player Jarron Cumberland (6'5''-G-97) as the No. 24/23 Bearcats downed No. 11/10 Houston, 69-57 to win the 2019 Air Force Reserve American Athletic Conference Championship. UC is the first back-to-back champion in league history and just the second team to win two titles.
Cincinnati never trailed in the contest as the Bearcats took an early 5-2 lead and never looked back.
Cumberland led way as UC was able to avenge two regular-season losses to the Cougars, including the season finale in which Houston claimed the regular season title.
Cumberland went 11-of-24 from the field and 10-of-13 from the line with a game-high eight rebounds. In the second half, Cincinnati put the ball in his hands and he responded with 20 second-half points. That was coupled with a Cincinnati defense that held the Cougars to 27.8 percent shooting after halftime, including Houston converting only 3-of-18 shots from outside the arc.
Houston got in trouble early in the second half when two quick fouls sent forward Breaon Brady (6'7''-F) to the bench with four fouls. About the same time, Fabian White Jr. (6'7''-F-98) went to the bench holding his right wrist.
Cumberland, who was limited to only 11 points in a semifinal win over Wichita State, had surpassed that at halftime with 13. After halftime, the conference player of the year took over the game as the Bearcats extended the lead.
Cane Broome (6'0''-PG-94) came off the bench and had 15 points with three 3-pointers for Cincinnati. Tre Scott (6'8''-F-96) joined him in double-digit points (13) and tied a game-high with eight rebounds.
Armoni Brooks (6'3''-G) (17 points) and Corey Davis (6'1''-PG) (12 points) each hit double-figure scoring but Houston was held to just 31-percent from the field and 24-percent from beyond the arc.
The Bearcats were awarded a No. 7 seed in the NCAA Championship field and will take on No. 10 Iowa in Columbus, Ohio.
Houston earned a No. 3 seed and will face No. 14 Georgia State in Tulsa, Okla.
Additionally, UCF is a No. 9 against No. 8 VCU in Columbia, S.C., and Temple will be part of the First Four in the No. 11 game against Belmont in Dayton, Ohio.

AAC Tournament Final: Cincinnati - Houston 69-57
AAC Tournament Semifinals:
Cincinnati - Wichita State 66-63
Houston - Memphis 61-58

Courtesy of theamerican.org


All-AAC Awards 2019 - Mar 18, 2019

All-AAC 1st Team 2019
Shizz Alston
Alston
Jarron Cumberland
Cumberland
Corey Davis
Davis
Jeremiah Martin
Martin
B.J. Taylor
Taylor

All-Tournament MVP: Jarron Cumberland (6'5''-G-97) of Cincinnati
Player of the Year: Jarron Cumberland (6'5''-G-97) of Cincinnati
Defensive Player of the Year: LaQuincy Rideau (6'1''-PG-96) of S.Florida
Freshman of the Year: Alexis Yetna (6'8''-F-97) of S.Florida
Most Improved Player of the Year: Josh Carlton (6'10''-F-99) of Connecticut
Most Improved Player of the Year: Nate Pierre-Louis (6'4''-G) of Temple
Sixth Man of the Year: Dejon Jarreau (6'4''-G-98) of Houston
Sportsmanship Award: Galen Robinson (6'0''-PG) of Houston
Coach of the Year: Kelvin Sampson of Houston

1st Team
G: Shizz Alston (6'4''-G-96) of Temple
G: Jarron Cumberland (6'5''-G-97) of Cincinnati
PG: Corey Davis (6'1''-PG) of Houston
G: Jeremiah Martin (6'3''-G-96) of Memphis
G: B.J. Taylor (6'2''-G-96) of Cent.Florida

2nd Team
G: Armoni Brooks (6'3''-G) of Houston
G/F: Aubrey Dawkins (6'6''-G/F-95) of Cent.Florida
F: Markis McDuffie (6'8''-F-97) of Wichita St.
PG: Jahmal McMurray (6'0''-PG-97) of SMU
G: Quinton Rose (6'8''-G-98) of Temple

3rd Team
G: Jalen Adams (6'3''-G-95) of Connecticut
G: David Collins (6'3''-G-98) of S.Florida
C: Tacko Fall (7'6''-C-95) of Cent.Florida
G/F: DaQuan Jeffries (6'5''-G/F-97) of Tulsa
PG: LaQuincy Rideau (6'1''-PG-96) of S.Florida

All-Tournament Team
F: Tre Scott (6'8''-F-96) of Cincinnati
G: Jeremiah Martin (6'3''-G-96) of Memphis
PG: Corey Davis (6'1''-PG) of Houston
G: Armoni Brooks (6'3''-G) of Houston
F: Markis McDuffie (6'8''-F-97) of Wichita St.

All-Freshman Team
G: Dexter Dennis (6'5''-G) of Wichita St.
F: Jayden Gardner (6'7''-F) of E.Carolina
PG: Tyler Harris (5'10''-PG) of Memphis
G: Nate Hinton Jr. (6'4''-G) of Houston
F: Alexis Yetna (6'8''-F-97) of S.Florida


 

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