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SIAC Ranking
Eastern Division
 1 Morehouse 14-3(20-4) 
 2 Albany St. 12-5(14-15) 
 3 Clark Atlanta 10-7(13-11) 
 4 Ft.Valley St. 6-11(7-22) 
 5 Paine 5-12(7-18) 
 6 Benedict 3-14(4-23) 
Western Division
 1 Miles 14-4(18-8) 
 2 LeMoyne-Owen 12-6(18-9) 
 3 Lane 12-7(15-10) 
 4 Kentucky St. 11-7(13-13) 
 5 Tuskegee 8-10(12-14) 
 6 Spring Hill 4-14(8-20) 
 7 Central State 4-15(6-23) 

SIAC Women 2018-2019
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Points Per Game
 Ditalion BATTLE
  Avg: 19.8
 1. Battle, Kentucky.19.8 
 2. Booker, LeMoyne-.17.7 
 3. Henry, Clark A.17.3 
 4. Hayes, Kentucky St.17.2 
 5. Harrington, Albany S.17.0 
 6. Holt, Lane16.7 
 7. Gaines, Paine16.5 
 8. Mitchell, Clark A.16.0 
 9. Allison, Spring Hill15.7 
 10. Hurt, LeMoyne-Owen15.1 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 11.7
 1. Alston, Morehouse11.7 
 2. Ash, Lane11.5 
 3. Thomas, Clark A.8.9 
 4. Fischer, Spring Hill8.8 
 5. Williams, Albany St.7.7 
 6. Harris, Albany St.7.7 
 7. Mason, LeMoyne-.7.6 
 8. Jelks, Kentucky St.7.2 
 9. Gaines, Paine6.5 
 10. Sherrell, Kentucky.6.1 
Assists Per Game
 Michael OLMERT
  Avg: 7
 1. Olmert, Morehouse7.0 
 2. Johnson, Central .6.0 
 3. Wiltshire, Benedict4.4 
 4. Alston, Morehouse3.4 
 5. Battle, Kentucky.3.4 
 6. Holland, Spring Hill3.3 
 7. Donaldson, Clark A.3.2 
 8. Banks, LeMoyne-.2.9 
 9. Archer, Miles2.9 
 10. Allison, Spring Hill2.8 
Steals Per Game
  Central .
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Johnson, Central .2.2 
 2. Donaldson, Clark A.2.1 
 3. Ash, Lane2.0 
 4. Holt, Lane1.9 
 5. Wiltshire, Benedict1.8 
 6. Alston, Morehouse1.8 
 7. Walker, Morehouse1.5 
 8. Booker, LeMoyne-.1.5 
 9. Pinkett, Paine1.5 
 10. Olmert, Morehouse1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Cameron GAINES
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Gaines, Paine2.1 
 2. Williams, Albany St.2.0 
 3. Stokes, LeMoyne-.1.5 
 4. Harris, Miles1.2 
 5. Reeves, Central .1.1 
 6. Ash, Lane1.1 
 7. Sherrell, Kentucky.1.0 
 8. Alston, Morehouse1.0 
 9. Fisher, Central .0.9 
 10. Wynn, Kentucky St.0.9 

Golden Bears win SIAC basketball title (Photo: SIAC)

Miles College 2018-19
Fred Watson Fred Watson Watson
Jelani Watson-Gayle
Avery Brown
LaByron Harris
Damian Archer
Dominique Mitchell
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
11  Watson-Gayle Jelani 183 (6'0'') PG 98 United Kingdom
4  Brown Avery 190 (6'3'') G 0 USA
13  Harris LaByron 203 (6'8'') F 0 USA
15  Fuller Devante 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
33  Roman-Angueria Jose 201 (6'7'') F 0 USA
25  Jones Robert 198 (6'6'') C 0 USA
5  Dockett Jeffrey 173 (5'8'') PG 0 USA
22  Sheffield Nathan 193 (6'4'') F 0 USA
2  Archer Damian 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
32  Mitchell Dominique 213 (7'0'') C 0 USA
35  Stewart Braeden 198 (6'6'') F 0 USA
50  Frost Umar 201 (6'7'') C 0 USA
1  Champan Rashawn 203 (6'8'') F 0 USA
23  Meredith Miles 193 (6'4'') F 0 USA
10  McAroy Tony 190 (6'3'') G 0 USA
42  Gates William 178 (5'10'') PG 0 USA
20  Gonzales Luis 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
Head Coach: Fred Watson
Coach Assistant: Edward Newton
Coach Assistant: Pete Asmond
Coach Assistant: Vincent Robinson

Golden Bears win SIAC basketball title - Mar 3, 2019

After years of disappointing starts, finishes, and a bunch of other things in between, the Miles men's basketball program finally gets to stamp a phrase into its history.
SIAC Champions.
The Golden Bears completed a stunning one-year turnaround, dismantling LeMoyne-Owen 70-46 Saturday night at Bill Harris Arena to win their first conference title. LaByron Harris (6'8''-F) had 19 points, five rebounds, two steals and two blocks to earn tournament Most Valuable Player honors as Miles (21-8) earned an automatic berth into the NCAA Division II South Region tournament.
Miles' trademark defense, which is tops in Division II in points allowed and field goal defense, was on display against the Magicians, who had averaged 84 points over their first three tournament games. LOC became the eighth opponent that failed to get to 50 points against the Golden Bears this season. But the offense went to work in the title game, and LeMoyne-Owen (19-10) did little to resist.
The Magicians never led by more than three points, which last happened midway through the first half. But with the game tied at 15, the Golden Bears took control. All-Tournament team selection Jelani Watson-Gayle (6'0''-PG-98) began a torrid stretch with a 3-pointer that gave Miles the lead for good at th 8:40 mark. For the next four minutes, LOC was blanked, missing its three field goal attempts and turning the ball over five times. Meanwhile, Watson-Gayle (15 points, five rebounds, four assists) drained two more 3-balls and Harris got a couple of buckets, the last as part of a 3-point play to cap a 16-0 run that put Miles ahead 31-16. The lead would grow to 18 before the Golden Bears went into the half with a 39-25 advantage.
Any thoughts LeMoyne-Owen had about getting back into the game in the second half were quickly doused as its halftime deficit was the closest it would be to the lead for the remainder of the game. The Magicians missed their first six shots of the second half and buckets by Damian Archer, All-Tournament selection Devonte Fuller (6'1''-G) and Harris had the Golden Bears lead to 20 points less than three minutes into the half. Miles shot nearly 50 percent from the field in the second half while LOC could only muster 31 percent, including misses on all six 3-pointers. The final four minutes were more a coronation and celebration than it was a competition as the entire Miles bench and the partisan crowd knew the celebration was imminent.
With the win, head coach Fred Watson tied Kirk Patrick for the most wins by a head coach in his first season at the school and he took home honors as the top coach in the tournament.
Tyrone Banks (5'11''-PG) had 11 points and Tory Mason (6'5''-F) had 10 points and nine rebounds for LeMoyne-Owen. Archer (12 points, seven rebounds, five assists), Fuller (12 points, five rebounds), and Jose Roman-Angueria (6'7''-F) (six points, eight rebounds) had solid efforts for Miles.

SIAC Tournament Final:
Miles - LeMoyne-Owen 70-46
SIAC Tournament Semifinals:
Miles - Albany State 65-59
LeMoyne-Owen - Paine 65-58

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All-SIAC Awards 2019 - Mar 3, 2019

All-SIAC 1st Team 2019
Omar Alston
Ditalion Battle
Shelvick Henry
Devin Booker
Kendarius Ash

All-Tournament MVP: LaByron Harris (6'8''-F) of Miles
Player of the Year: Omar Alston (6'6''-F/G) of Morehouse
Defensive Player of the Year: Kendarius Ash (6'7''-F-94) of Lane
Freshman of the Year: Devin Booker (6'4''-G) of LeMoyne-Owen
Newcomer of the Year: Robert Lee Andrews (6'3''-G) of Morehouse
Coach of the Year: Grady Brewer of Morehouse

1st Team
F/G: Omar Alston (6'6''-F/G) of Morehouse
G: Ditalion Battle (6'2''-G) of Kentucky St.
G: Shelvick Henry (5'11''-G) of Clark Atlanta
G: Devin Booker (6'4''-G) of LeMoyne-Owen
F: Kendarius Ash (6'7''-F-94) of Lane

2nd Team
G: Jaylon McMillan (6'3''-G) of Ft.Valley St.
G: Jared Harrington (6'5''-G) of Albany St.
G: Robert Lee Andrews (6'3''-G) of Morehouse
PG: Tyrone Banks (5'11''-PG) of LeMoyne-Owen
F: Myles Thomas (6'7''-F) of Tuskegee

Honorable Mention
Terrace Holt (6'4''-G) of Lane
Jalen Mitchell (6'6''-SF) of Clark Atlanta
Tyrell Williams (6'9''-F-94) of Albany St.
Kevin Hayes (6'7''-F) of Kentucky St.
Brandon Fischer (6'7''-F/C) of Spring Hill

All-Tournament Team
G: Devonte Fuller (6'1''-G) of W.Carolina


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