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NE-10 Ranking
Northeast
 1 St.Anselm 18-3(22-5) 
 2 Merrimack 14-7(22-9) 
 3 Bentley 12-9(19-10) 
 4 Franklin Pierce 11-10(15-14) 
 5 Stonehill 8-13(14-15) 
 6 S.New Hampshire 8-13(12-14) 
 7 Assumption 4-17(8-20) 
 8 St.Michaels 4-17(7-19) 
Southwest
 1 LeMoyne 14-6(18-9) 
 2 New Haven 13-7(20-9) 
 3 Adelphi 13-7(19-10) 
 4 S.Connecticut 12-8(19-12) 
 5 Pace 9-11(16-14) 
 6 Amer.Internat. 7-13(11-17) 
 7 St.Rose, NY 7-13(10-17) 

NE-10 Women 2018-2019
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Points Per Game
 Tim GUERS
  St.Anselm
  (190-G-)
  Avg: 23.3
 1. Guers, St.Anselm23.3 
 2. Holmes, St.Micha.21.6 
 3. McLeod, S.Connec.21.3 
 4. Bailey, New Haven20.4 
 5. Wejnert, Pace17.8 
 6. Fadojutimi, Franklin.17.6 
 7. Cheatom, St.Micha.17.3 
 8. Ives, S.Connecticut16.0 
 9. Jacobs, Pace15.0 
 10. Silva, Adelphi14.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Peyton WEJNERT
  Pace
  (201-F-)
  Avg: 8.3
 1. Wejnert, Pace8.3 
 2. Beesley, S.Connec.8.1 
 3. Guers, St.Anselm7.6 
 4. Suhr-Jessen, St.An.7.4 
 5. Felizor, New Haven7.3 
 6. Cambio, Adelphi6.6 
 7. McLeod, S.Connec.6.5 
 8. Owens, Amer.Int.5.9 
 9. Paul, St.Anselm5.8 
 10. Wallace, S.Connec.5.8 
Assists Per Game
 Conor MCGUINNESS
  Adelphi
  (175-PG-)
  Avg: 7
 1. McGuinness, Adelphi7.0 
 2. Jacobs, Pace6.2 
 3. Ives, S.Connecticut6.0 
 4. Guers, St.Anselm5.9 
 5. Guzman, St.Micha.4.4 
 6. Rowland, New Haven4.2 
 7. Van-Oostrum, Franklin.4.1 
 8. Silva, Adelphi3.5 
 9. Moore, Franklin.2.9 
 10. Ball, St.Anselm2.7 
Steals Per Game
 Brandon JACOBS
  Pace
  (183-PG-)
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Jacobs, Pace1.8 
 2. Fadojutimi, Franklin.1.6 
 3. Cheatom, St.Micha.1.5 
 4. Van-Oostrum, Franklin.1.4 
 5. Felizor, New Haven1.3 
 6. McLeod, S.Connec.1.3 
 7. Gilbertson, Pace1.3 
 8. Santiago, Amer.Int.1.1 
 9. Laffey, Adelphi1.1 
 10. Guers, St.Anselm1.1 
Blocks Per Game
 Doyin FADOJUTIMI
  Franklin.
  (193-G-)
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Fadojutimi, Franklin.1.8 
 2. Beesley, S.Connec.1.1 
 3. Poleon, Pace1.0 
 4. Terzic, Amer.Int.0.9 
 5. Kane, New Haven0.8 
 6. Rowland, New Haven0.8 
 7. Beech, Adelphi0.8 
 8. Lola-Charles, Franklin.0.7 
 9. Larcher, New Haven0.7 
 10. Cheatom, St.Micha.0.7 


Merrimack College wins the USA NE-10 2018-2019 title (Photo: NE10)

Merrimack College 2018-19
Joe Gallo Joe Gallo Gallo
Ryan Boulter
Boulter
Juvaris Hayes
Hayes
Khalief Crawford
Crawford
Jaleel Lord
Lord
Troy McLaughlin
McLaughlin
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
23  Boulter Ryan 201 (6'7'') F 97 USA
0  Hayes Juvaris 183 (6'0'') PG 98 USA
1  Crawford Khalief 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
13  Lord Jaleel 193 (6'4'') G 97 USA
4  McLaughlin Troy 188 (6'2'') G 95 USA
15  Joyner Idris 196 (6'5'') F 0 USA
14  Jensen Devin 196 (6'5'') G/F 0 USA
32  Giuliani David 193 (6'4'') F 0 USA
30  Mahoney Michael 206 (6'9'') C 0 USA
11  Miller Ryan 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
12  Chang Matthew 190 (6'3'') G 0 USA
24  Stoll Travis 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
31  Connolly Justin 201 (6'7'') F 0 USA
34  Jaynes Aaron 198 (6'6'') F 0 USA
5  Watkins Mikey 180 (5'11'') PG 0 USA
Head Coach: Joe Gallo
Coach Assistant: Micky Burtnyk


Embrace the Championship: Warriors Fight-Off Chargers to Claim NE10 Men's Basketball Crown - Mar 10, 2019

WEST HAVEN, Conn. - In a low-scoring, defense-oriented affair, the Merrimack College men's basketball team knocked off the University of New Haven in a battle of the Northeast-10 Conference's No. 2 seeds, 51-46, on Saturday afternoon to win the 2019 NE10 Championship. The program won its first conference title since 2000 and third overall in school history, joining the 1991-92 and 1999-00 teams as league champions. The Warriors erased a 35-28 second-half deficit with a 15-2 run that created a 43-37 advantage with 4:17 remaining. Merrimack's defense held the Chargers to without a field goal during the run, a near eight-minute stretch, which swung the game in the visitors favor.
Senior Ryan Boulter (6'7''-F-97) scored a game-high 17 points on five 3-pointers, three of which came in the second half. Junior Juvaris Hayes (6'0''-PG-98) filled it up with eight points, nine assists and 10 rebounds as both Warriors landed on the NE10 All-Championship Team. Boulter earned NE10 Championship MVP honors. Merrimack improved its all-time record to 3-1 in NE10 Finals, winning the league in its last chance to do before reclassifying to Division I next season. Senior Troy McLaughlin (6'2''-G-95) also took home hardware as the NE10's Elite 24 Award winner, boasting the highest cumulative grade-point-average at the conference championship
The second half from Charger Gymnasium began with Merrimack owning a slim 24-22 advantage, but the hosts started the stanza on a 13-4 run that made it a 35-28 contest at the 11:30 mark. The next seven-plus minutes saw Merrimack hold New Haven 0-for-6 from the field with three turnovers, enabling the 15-2 stretch that changed the course of the afternoon. Boulter started the run with a trey, and ended it with consecutive long balls to give Merrimack a lead it never relinquished.

RAPID RECAP
After New Haven netted a 5-0 burst to move ahead, 8-5, in the early going, Merrimack responded with a 7-0 run. Junior Idris Joyner finished two straight buckets at the rim to make is a 12-8 game in favor of Merrimack with 13:33 on the clock
With the score at 15-10, the Chargers netted six in a row to pull in front by one, 16-15. The Warriors answered with a quick layup by sophomore Khalief Crawford (6'1''-G) to nab the lead back with under 10 minutes to play in the half. The next five minutes saw New Haven creep in front, 22-19, only to have Joyner tie the game up with an old-fashioned three-point play with 4:48 remaining
Merrimack held the Chargers scoreless over the final 5:18 of the opening half, but could only muster five points during that span. Junior Jaleel Lord (6'4''-G-97) converted a reverse layup with under one minute left, breaking the 22-all deadlock to put Merrimack ahead, 24-22, at the break
The second half started similarly to the first, with the opponents combining for 10 points over the first seven minutes. New Haven began a run from there, scoring seven straight to break a 28-28 tie and take a 35-28 lead. Boulter drilled a corner trey to stop the run, prompting a Merrimack timeout at the 11:09 mark
Two minutes passed and the Warriors extended their run to 7-2 following a right-handed finish for Hayes, making it a 37-35 game. Merrimack the extended its run to 11-2, seeing Boulter swish a contested right-wing triple at the 5:19 mark to push the Warriors ahead, 40-37
The team's traded long balls, leading the score at 43-40 in favor of Merrimack with four minutes even to play. The Chargers made it a game in the final minute, closing within as many as one, 47-46, with 1:24 remaining. Merrimack's clamped down from there, holding the Chargers scoreless in the day's final 83 seconds while forcing a pair of turnovers. Both Boulter and Lord hit two free throws each to salt the game away

NOTES & NUMBERS
The title snapped a 19-year drought for Merrimack College, winning its first conference crown since the 1999-00 squad cut down the nets at Hammel Court
Merrimack's defense allowed the fewest points in NE10 Championship game history (46), relenting fewer than 50 for the fourth time this season
The Warriors' 22nd win of the year tied the school record for wins in a year, recording the fifth 22-win campaign in school history. Merrimack's senior class of Boulter and McLaughlin notched their 76th win as a duo, moving into a tie for first as the winningest class in school history
Boulter's five 3-pointers led all players, and moved his season total (98) within two of establishing a new career high
Hayes posted his fourth game of at least 10 rebounds and 10th game of at least nine assists. He ended the night with 599 points, 210 rebounds, 207 assists and 124 steals on the season, needing one more point to post the first season of at least 600 points, 200 rebounds, 200 assists and 100 steals in NCAA history (across all divisions)
The floor general's 124 steals ties his own NE10 single-season record, which he set last year
Joyner's first half kept Merrimack in the game; the starting center scored nine points on 4-of-5 shooting. The Plainfield, N.J. native finished the day with 11 points, six rebounds and three blocks
Merrimack's held New Haven to a season-low 34.6 percent shooting (18-52), and forced 18 turnovers, the Chargers' third most in the 2018-19 year

Northeast-10 Tournament Final:
Merrimack - New Haven 51-46
Northeast-10 Tournament Semifinals:
Merrimack - Le Moyne 84-77
New Haven - Southern Connecticut 87-66

Courtesy of northeast10.org


All-Northeast-10 Awards 2019 - Mar 10, 2019

All-Northeast-10 1st Team 2019
Ryan Richmond
Richmond
Juvaris Hayes
Hayes
Elijah Bailey
Bailey
Tim Guers
Guers
Isaiah McLeod
McLeod

All-Tournament MVP: Juvaris Hayes (6'0''-PG-98) of Merrimack
Player of the Year: Tim Guers (6'3''-G) of St.Anselm
Defensive Player of the Year: Juvaris Hayes (6'0''-PG-98) of Merrimack
Rookie of the Year: Ronnie Silva (5'9''-PG) of Adelphi
Coach of the Year: Keith Dickson of St.Anselm

1st Team
G: Ryan Richmond (6'1''-G) of Bentley
PG: Juvaris Hayes (6'0''-PG-98) of Merrimack
G: Elijah Bailey (6'3''-G) of New Haven
G: Tim Guers (6'3''-G) of St.Anselm
G: Isaiah McLeod (6'1''-G) of S.Connecticut
G: Daquaise Andrews (6'2''-G) of S.New Hampshire

2nd Team
G: Doyin Fadojutimi (6'4''-G) of Franklin Pierce
F: Kobi Nwandu (6'6''-F) of LeMoyne
G: Cody Ball (6'3''-G) of St.Anselm
G: Levi Holmes (6'5''-G) of St.Michael's
G: Will Moreton (6'6''-G-97) of Stonehill

3rd Team
PG: Conor McGuinness (5'9''-PG) of Adelphi
F: Chris Hudson (6'5''-F) of Bentley
F: Ryan Boulter (6'7''-F-97) of Merrimack
F: Peyton Wejnert (6'7''-F) of Pace
PG: Kealen Ives (5'9''-PG) of S.Connecticut

Honorable Mention
Ronnie Silva (5'9''-PG) of Adelphi
Matthew Kelly (5'10''-PG) of Assumption
CJ Asuncion-Byrd (6'3''-G) of LeMoyne
Tom Brown (6'4''-F) of LeMoyne
Derrick Rowland (6'3''-G) of New Haven
Chris Paul (6'6''-F) of St.Anselm

All-Rookie Team
PG: Ronnie Silva (5'9''-PG) of Adelphi
PG: Isaiah Salter (5'11''-PG) of Amer.Internat.
PG: Isaiah Moore (5'11''-PG) of Franklin Pierce
G: Quashawn Lane (6'2''-G) of New Haven
G: Sekou Sylla (6'4''-G) of St.Rose, NY


 

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