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CIAA Ranking
Northern Division
 1. Virginia St. (15) 13-3(24-4) 
 2. Virginia Union 9-7(18-14) 
 3. Bowie St. 8-8(14-15) 
 4. Lincoln, PA 7-9(12-15) 
 5. Elizabeth City 5-11(12-15) 
 6. Chowan 5-11(11-16) 
Southern Division
 1. Shaw 12-4(20-9) 
 2. Johnson C. Smith 11-5(20-11) 
 3. St.Augustine 10-6(14-15) 
 4. Livingstone 9-7(12-13) 
 5. Fayetteville St. 4-12(8-21) 
 6. Winston Salem 3-13(5-22) 

CIAA Women 2017-2018
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Points Per Game
  Avg: 21.4
 1. Davis-III, Johnson.21.4 
 2. Stephens-B., Shaw19.2 
 3. Goodman, Shaw17.4 
 4. Crandell, Winston .17.3 
 5. Ray, Livingstone17.0 
 6. George, Bowie St.15.3 
 7. Colon, Winston Salem15.3 
 8. Gathright, St.Augus.15.2 
 9. Bryant, Fayettev.15.0 
 10. Hewett, Chowan15.0 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 11.1
 1. January, St.Augus.11.1 
 2. Jamison, Bowie St.9.6 
 3. Goodman, Shaw9.3 
 4. Muminovic, Chowan7.6 
 5. Granberry, Virginia.7.4 
 6. Williams, Lincoln,.7.4 
 7. Crandell, Winston .6.8 
 8. Stephens-B., Shaw6.0 
 9. Corum, Virginia St.6.0 
 10. Jenkins, Virginia.5.9 
Assists Per Game
 Christian KIRCHMAN
  Johnson .
  Avg: 6
 1. Kirchman, Johnson .6.0 
 2. Smith, Virginia Union5.3 
 3. Stephens-B., Shaw4.8 
 4. Rowland, Chowan4.6 
 5. Hobbs, Elizabeth City4.0 
 6. Cooley, Virginia.3.9 
 7. Ray, Livingstone3.8 
 8. Arrington, Lincoln,.3.3 
 9. Brown, Virginia St.3.1 
 10. Golden, Shaw3.0 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Rowland, Chowan2.2 
 2. Kirchman, Johnson .2.1 
 3. Stephens-B., Shaw1.8 
 4. Cooley, Virginia.1.7 
 5. George, Bowie St.1.7 
 6. Davis-III, Johnson.1.6 
 7. Golden, Shaw1.5 
 8. Maynor, Elizabet.1.4 
 9. Hobbs, Elizabeth City1.4 
 10. Farquharson, Winston .1.4 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Muminovic, Chowan2.7 
 2. Elmore, Livingstone1.6 
 3. Walker, Virginia.1.5 
 4. Elmore, Livingstone1.3 
 5. Camper, Lincoln,.1.3 
 6. Brown, Elizabeth City0.9 
 7. Granberry, Virginia.0.9 
 8. Williams, Lincoln,.0.9 
 9. Bennett, Johnson .0.8 
 10. January, St.Augus.0.8 

Virginia Union University wins the USA CIAA 2017-2018 title

Virginia Union University 2017-18
Jay Butler Jay Butler Butler
James Paige
Todd Hughes
Kory Cooley
Devin Moore
Marcus Hoosier
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
4  Paige James 196 (6'5'') F 0 USA
35  Hughes Todd 190 (6'3'') G 0 USA
10  Cooley Kory 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
44  Moore Devin 198 (6'6'') C 0 USA
13  Hoosier Marcus 193 (6'4'') G 0 USA
20  Wright Raemaad 201 (6'7'') F 0 USA
2  Thomas Micah 180 (5'11'') PG 93 USA
 Walker Andre 208 (6'10'') F/C 0 USA
33  Thornton Jordan 203 (6'8'') C 97 USA
22  Jenkins William 201 (6'7'') F 0 USA
0  Yancey Dante 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
12  Smith Jemal 178 (5'10'') PG 0 USA
5  Thomas Deandre 196 (6'5'') F 0 USA
30  Clayton Eddie J. 198 (6'6'') F 0 USA
15  Peebles Jordan 198 (6'6'') G 0 USA
Head Coach: Jay Butler
Coach Assistant: Fred Burroughs
Coach Assistant: Jerome Furtado
Coach Assistant: Robert Johnson

Panthers stun JCSU to take CIAA crown - Mar 4, 2018

The Virginia Union University men's basketball team claimed their first Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) title since 2006 with an 82-52 victory over Johnson C. Smith University Saturday night at the Spectrum Center. The championship marks the 20th overall championship in program history.
With the victory, Virginia Union is now the fifth team since 1975 to have both the men's and women's teams to claim the title in the same year; while receiving an automatic bid to the Division II 2018 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournament. The last team to do it was Shaw University in 2011.
Todd Hughes (6'3''-G) scored a game-high 22 points and six rebounds to lead the offensive attack for VUU. Andre Walker (6'10''-F/C) added a double-double, 19 points and 11 rebounds while William Jenkins (6'7''-F) also chipped in a double-double, 16 points and 11 rebounds. Kory Cooley (6'2''-G) would round out the double digit scoring for the Panthers with 13 points in the win.
The first half saw four ties and five lead changes with Johnson C. Smith outscoring the Panthers 14-10 in the paint, (5-4) points off turnovers, and (8-3) in bench points. Virginia Union claimed the edge (10-6) in second chance points; while both teams recorded two fast break points, respectively.
Arthur Bennett (6'7''-F) recorded the opening points of the game on a lay-up at the 18:37 mark, gifting the Golden Bulls a quick 2-0 lead. Free-throws off the finger-tips of Jenkins knotted the game at 2-all. CIAA Player of the Year Robert Davis added a jumper at the 17:20 mark to take a 4-2 lead.
A back-and-forth half, the Panthers grabbed the momentum with 3:21 remaining (27-26) off a three-pointer from Hughes and took a 36-28 lead into the locker room, after shooting 41.4 percent (12-of-29) from the floor, 33.3 percent (4-of-12) from behind the arc, and 88.9 percent (8-of-9) from the line.
JSCU closed out the half, shooting 36.7 percent (11-of-30) from the field, 30 percent (3-of-10) from downtown, and 50 percent (3-of-6) from the charity stripe. Union led by as much as eight during the half; while out-rebounding the Golden Bulls (24-14).
The second half would be all VUU as the Panthers opened up the stanza with a 19-7 run to lead 55-36 over Johnson C. Smith with 11:16 left in regulation. The Golden Bulls trimmed at the deficit with a 3-point play from Roddric Ross (SG) but VUU then ballooned to tenacious lead after producing a 23-9 scoring margin that would eventually lead to the Panthers outscoring Johnson C. Smith, 46-24 and the Panthers cruising to the victory.
Davis was the only Golden Bull who reached double digits in scoring, he finished with 12 points, three rebounds and three steals.
For the contest, Virginia Union shot 50 percent from the floor (28-56), connecting 7-of-18 (38.9 percent) from long distance and 19-of-28 (67.9 percent) from the charity stripe whereas the Golden Bulls were responsible for 19-of-60 (31.7 percent) from field goal range, 25 percent (5-20) from the free-throw line and 53.9 percent (9-17) from the charity stripe.

CIAA Tournament Final: Virginia Union - Johnson C. Smith 82-52
CIAA Tournament Semifinals:
Virginia Union - Virginia State 67-52
Johnson C. Smith - Bowie St. 80-71

Courtesy of VUU Sports

All-CIAA Awards 2018 - Mar 4, 2018

All-CIAA 1st Team 2018
Robert Davis III
Davis III
Roddic Ross
Christian Kirchman
Quincy January
Tyre Gathright

Player of the Year: Robert Davis III (6'1''-G) of Johnson C. Smith
Defensive Player of the Year: Quincy January (6'7''-F) of St.Augustine
Rookie of the Year: Zaccheus Hobbs (6'0''-G) of Elizabeth City
Coach of the Year: Lonnie Blow of Virginia St.

1st Team
G: Robert Davis III (6'1''-G) of Johnson C. Smith
F: Roddic Ross (6'7''-F) of Johnson C. Smith
PG: Christian Kirchman (6'0''-PG) of Johnson C. Smith
F: Quincy January (6'7''-F) of St.Augustine
G: Tyre Gathright (6'4''-G) of St.Augustine
F: Savon Goodman (6'6''-F) of Shaw
G: Deangelo Stephens-Bell (6'2''-G) of Shaw
F: William Crandell (6'5''-F) of Winston Salem
F: Richard Granberry (6'8''-F) of Virginia St.
G: Josh Bryant (6'2''-G) of Fayetteville St.
G/F: Omari George (6'3''-G/F) of Bowie St.
G: Roger Ray (5'9''-G) of Livingstone

All-Rookie Team
: Rashad George (6'4'') of St.Augustine
G: Zaccheus Hobbs (6'0''-G) of Elizabeth City
G: Jordan Peebles (6'6''-G) of Virginia Union
F: Jordan Camper (6'8''-F) of Lincoln, PA
F: Deaquan Williams (6'8''-F) of Lincoln, PA


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