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MASCAC Ranking
 1 Salem St. 10-2(17-9) 
 2 Westfield St. 8-4(16-10) 
 3 Fitchburg St. 7-5(13-14) 
 4 Bridgewater St. 6-6(9-18) 
 5 Framingham St. 5-7(6-19) 
 6 Worcester St. 4-8(11-15) 
 7 MCLA 2-10(6-18) 

Salem State captures MASCAC Title with 66-57 win over Westfield (Photo: MASCAC)

MASCAC Women 2018-2019
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Salem State College 2018-19
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
21  McCauley Tyreik 6'6'' (198) F 0 USA
23  Bryan Sean 6'2'' (188) G 0 USA
24  Animashaun Hakeem 6'7'' (201) F 0 USA
31  Bailey Temitope 6'4'' (193) F 0 USA
22  Martinez Bryan 6'4'' (193) F 0 USA
10  McCune Matthew 5'10'' (178) PG 0 USA
35  Jean-Charles Gerald 5'10'' (178) G/F 0 USA
13  Mason Evan 6'3'' (190) G 0 USA
1  De La Alex 5'11'' (180) G 0 USA
2  Macdonald Chris 6'3'' (190) G/F 0 USA
11  Marcellus Jeffry 6'2'' (188) F 0 USA
12  Ciaglo Justin 6'3'' (190) F 0 USA
15  Berard Fern 6'3'' (190) G/F 0 USA
Head Coach: Chris Harvey 
Coach Assistant: Brian Caira 
Coach Assistant: Aaron Loredo

Salem State captures MASCAC Title with 66-57 win over Westfield - Mar 1, 2019

Sean Bryan (6'2''-G) (Lowell, Mass.) posted 18 points, 10 rebounds, and seven assists to lift the #1 Salem State Vikings past the #2 Westfield State Owls 66-57 in the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) championship on Saturday. Bryan was named tournament MVP for his stellar performances averaging 25.0 points, 10.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 42.5% from the field a Salem State returns to the NCAA Tournament after missing in 2018.
Early in the first half, Salem State's (18-9) defense forced the Owls to take tough shots inside. Westfield State started slow from the field, shooting just 3-11 (27.2%) in the opening minutes of the half. At 14:45, the Vikings were able to build a 12-4 lead when Temitope Bailey (6'4''-F) (West Springfield, Mass.) made a layup.
Later, Westfield State's Marcus Collins (6'4''-F) (Cambridge, Mass.) found Malik Pouncy (6'1''-G) (Mattapan, Mass.) open in the corner for three and trimming the Salem State lead to just five, 24-19 with 5:06 left in the half.
Bryan Martinez (6'4''-F) (Salem, Mass.) who had nine first-half points, sparked the Vikings late as he was fouled on a driving baseline dunk over Justin Rennis (6'2''-F) (Springfield, Mass.), making the score 26-19 with 3:17 left.
With five seconds left in the first half, Bryan missed a three-point attempt, but Chris Macdonald (6'3''-G/F) (Wakefield, Mass.) fought for the rebound and put it back up and in while being fouled in the process. Macdonald converted the and-one as the Vikings led 34-24 at the half.
Both teams didn't shoot well as the Vikings converted only 38.9% (FG 14-36) of their shots while the Owls were just 28.1% (FG 9-32) from the floor. Salem State won the rebound battle in the first half with 29 to Westfield State's 18.
The Vikings limited Owls' top-scorer Jauch Green (6'4''-F) Jr. (Hartford, Conn.) to only four points on 2-7 shooting.
Vawn Lord (6'4''-G) (Amherst, Mass.) put up seven points for the Owls.
Trailing by 13 points at the 18:40 mark, Westfield State began to climb back into the game, when Christopher Prophet (6'0''-PG) (Springfield, Mass.) dished to Collins on a fastbreak the Owls were behind by just five 39-34.
Westfield State continued to stay within striking distance. In a tightly contested second-half, Rennis grabbed the ball and was able to get a tip-in to bring the Owls to within four points as the Vikings led 50-46 with 7:53 remaining in the second half.
With 4:44 left, Westfield State was behind 54-50 as Rennis made both free-throws. On the next possession, Prophet hit a shot from behind the arc and the deficit was just one.
Leading 54-53, Salem State's Martinez proceeded to calmly drill a three to cut the Owls' momentum as the Vikings took a four-point lead at 57-53 with 2:18 remaining.
The Owls' Prophet fouled out with 52.5 seconds left as Bryan made both free throws putting the Vikings ahead 60-55 as the Vikings were able to ice the game as Bryan hit six free throws in the final minute.
Martinez was stellar, tallying 16 points (FG 6-11) and seven rebounds. Hakeem Animashaun (6'7''-F) (Dedham, Mass.) finished with a double-double of 11 points and 12 rebounds.
For Westfield State, Green Jr. had 10 points and eight rebounds. Moody Bey (6'2''-G) (Springfield, Mass.) also scored 11 points (FG 3-7).
The Owls conclude the season with a record of 16-11.

Courtesy of Salem State Sports Information Department

MASCAC Tournament Final: Salem St. - Westfield St. 66-57
MASCAC Tournament Semifinals:
Salem St. - Bridgewater St. 93-80
Westfield St. - Fitchburg St. 78-72

All-MASCAC Awards 2019 - Mar 1, 2019

All-MASCAC 1st Team 2019
Hakeem Animashaun
Sean Bryan
Jauch Green
Manny Payton
Nicholas Tracy

All-Tournament MVP: Sean Bryan (6'2''-G) of Salem St.
Player of the Year: Sean Bryan (6'2''-G) of Salem St.
Rookie of the Year: Admar Jaramillo (5'8''-PG) of Bridgewater St.
Coach of the Year: Chris Harvey of Salem St.

1st Team
F: Hakeem Animashaun (6'7''-F) of Salem St.
G: Sean Bryan (6'2''-G) of Salem St.
F: Jauch Green (6'4''-F) of Westfield St.
PG: Manny Payton (6'0''-PG) of Framingham St.
G: Nicholas Tracy (6'1''-G) of Fitchburg St.

2nd Team
G: Ryan Carney (6'3''-G) of Bridgewater St.
F: Marcus Collins (6'4''-F) of Westfield St.
PG: Tyler Dion (5'10''-PG) of Worcester St.
F: Shaun McCarthy (6'4''-F) of Worcester St.
F: Rayshon Ward (6'7''-F) of Bridgewater St.


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