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MAtlC Ranking
Commonwealth
 1 Arcadia 14-2(20-5) 
 2 Hood 11-5(17-8) 
 3 Widener 10-6(14-11) 
 4 Stevenson 8-8(14-12) 
 5 Albright 7-9(9-16) 
 6 Alvernia, PA 6-10(11-14) 
 7 Messiah 6-10(10-15) 
 8 Lycoming 5-11(11-14) 
 9 Lebanon Valley 5-11(8-17) 
Freedom
 1 DeSales 12-2(19-6) 
 2 Wilkes 9-5(17-8) 
 3 Eastern 9-5(15-10) 
 4 Delaware Valley 8-6(12-13) 
 5 Misericordia 7-7(14-11) 
 6 Manhattanville 5-9(11-14) 
 7 FDU-Florham 4-10(7-18) 
 8 Kings 2-12(4-21) 



Knights win MAC Commonwealth title 92-56 over Widener (Photo: MACC)

MAtlC Women 2018-2019
Official Web Site

Arcadia University 2018-19
Justin Scott Justin ScottScott
Jon Lott
Lott
Josh Scott
Scott
Phil Pierfy
Pierfy
Evan Slone
Slone
Kyle Reilly
Reilly
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
4  Lott Jon 6'3'' (190) G 0 USA
3  Scott Josh 6'3'' (190) G 0 USA
42  Pierfy Phil 6'5'' (196) F 0 USA
24  Slone Evan 6'6'' (198) F 0 USA
31  Reilly Kyle 6'5'' (196) F 0 USA
1  Davis Da'Kquan 6'1'' (185) G 0 USA
10  Williams Daquane 6'4'' (193) F 0 USA
12  Burroughs Shane 5'11'' (180) PG 0 USA
23  James Darren 6'7'' (201) F 0 USA
30  Sanders Jordan 5'10'' (178) PG 0 USA
2  Patel Kishan 6'1'' (185) G 0 USA
14  Derr Will 6'5'' (196) F 0 USA
0  Pendleton Steve 6'1'' (185) G 0 USA
25  Fleming Justin 6'2'' (188) G 0 USA
21  Remsen Matthew 5'11'' (180) PG 0 USA
11  Rivera Jason 6'0'' (183) PG 0 USA
5  Gardner DJ 5'9'' (175) G 93 USA
Head Coach: Justin Scott 
Coach Assistant: Omar Wells 
Coach Assistant: Charles Brown 
Coach Assistant: Thomas Shiffert

DeSales wins fourth MAC Freedom Championship (Photo: MACF)
 
DeSales University 2018-19
Scott Coval Scott Coval Coval
Luke Connaghan
Connaghan
Tracy Simsick
Simsick
Alex House
House
Benjamin Pratt
Pratt
Matt Kachelries
Kachelries
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
25  Connaghan Luke 193 (6'4'') F 0 USA
15  Simsick Tracy 193 (6'4'') G 0 USA
23  House Alex 198 (6'6'') F 0 USA
3  Pratt Benjamin 183 (6'0'') PG 0 USA
5  Kachelries Matt 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
11  Wilson Brady 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
22  Bealer Mike 190 (6'3'') G 0 USA
24  Edwards Timmy 196 (6'5'') G/F 0 USA
4  Miller Rob 180 (5'11'') PG 0 USA
12  Cassidy Kyle 183 (6'0'') PG 0 USA
20  Vargas Devon 178 (5'10'') PG 0 USA
30  Mitchell Keba 193 (6'4'') F 0 USA
32  Lambert Dat 178 (5'10'') PG 0 USA
42  Lowry Stephen 183 (6'0'') PG 0 USA
 Ben Pratt 183 (6'0'') PG 0 USA
 Matt Kachelries 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
 Tracy Simsick 193 (6'4'') G 0 USA
 Alex House 198 (6'6'') F 0 USA
24  Edwardsf^g Timmy 196 (6'5'') 0 USA
 Luke Connaghan 193 (6'4'') F 0 USA
10  Wagner Kevin 183 (6'0'') PG 92 USA
Head Coach: Scott Coval
Coach Assistant: Jeff Silk
Coach Assistant: Darnell Braswell


DeSales wins fourth MAC Freedom Championship - Feb 23, 2019

The DeSales Bulldogs won its fourth MAC Freedom Championship with a 78-66 win over Wilkes University on Saturday afternoon in Billera Hall.

The Basics/Notes
Final Score: DeSales - 78, Wilkes - 66

Records: DeSales (21-6 overall); Wilkes (18-9 overall)
The title is DSU's fourth and first since the 2014 season.
The Bulldogs earn the MAC Freedom's automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament and will find out their opponent on Monday afternoon.

How it Happened
DeSales never trailed in this one and dominated the first-half shooting 54.5 percent and hitting seven 3's, while holding Wilkes to just 34.4 percent shooting and 1-for-11 from outside the arc in building a 48-30 halftime lead.
It was a seven point game (27-20) when DSU went on a 13-1 run to take a 40-21 lead. Sophomore Kachelries Matt (6'1''-G) had two 3's and junior Simsick Tracy (6'4''-G) scored five points during the run.
Wilkes dug in and refused to go away quietly in the second-half, chipping away at the lead and pulling within 10 (51-41) just 3:05 into the second-half.
After a lay-in from freshman Keba Mitchell and two technical free throws from Kachelries the lead went back to 14 points before a 7-0 Colonel run pulled the visitor's within seven (55-48) with 14:13 remaining.
The game was back-and-forth over the next several minutes and saw DeSales leading by nine (69-61) before a four-point play from Marcus Robinson got Wilkes within four (69-65) at the 2:52 mark.
Senior Luke Connaghan was fouled on DSU's next possession and after one Wilkes free throw sophomore Mike Bealer had the biggest bucket of the game, a lay-up on backdoor cut and terrific pass from Conaghan to give the Bulldogs a 73-66 lead with 1:47 to go.
DSU got a defensive stop on the next possession and after a shot clock violation got one more stop and junior Julian Wing put the exclamation point with a lay-up off a feed from junior Ben Pratt to ice the victory.

Top Bulldog Performers
Kachleries returned from injury to scored a game-high 18 points, hitting four 3's in the win.
Simsick was outstanding on the offensive end with 16 points on 7-of-14 shooting.
Pratt was named the Tournament Most Valuable Player finishing with 13 points, five rebounds, and three assists.

For the Foes
All five starters scored in double digits for the Colonels including Tommy Bowen (6'5''-F) with 15 points, Robinson and Mark Mullins (6'4''-G) with 13 points, and Rob Pecorelli (6'3''-G) and Connor Evans (5'9''-PG) with 11 points.

Inside the Box Score
DSU held Wilkes to just 34.3 percent from the floor for the game and a 4-for-23 effort from outside the arc.
The DeSales bench out-scored Wilkes' bench, 27-3, in the game.
The Bulldogs blocked 12 shots and out-rebounded Wilkes, 39-37.

Courtesy of DeSales Athletics

MACF Tournament Final: DeSales - Wilkes
MACF Tournament Semifinals:
DeSales - Delaware Valley 62-50
Wilkes - Eastern 79-72

All-MACF 1st Team 2019
Michael Bowlers
Bowlers
Matt Kachelries
Kachelries
Jason Kenny
Kenny
Marcus Robinson
Robinson
Sean Smith
Smith

All-Tournament MVP: Pratt Ben (6'0''-PG) of DeSales
Co-Player of the Year: Jason Kenny (6'4''-G) of Misericordia
Co-Player of the Year: Sean Smith (6'4''-G/F) of Manhattanville
Rookie of the Year: Jake Pawliczak (6'7''-F) of King's, PA
Coach of the Year: Eric McNelley of Eastern

1st Team
F: Michael Bowlers (6'8''-F) of Eastern
G: Matt Kachelries (6'1''-G) of DeSales
G: Jason Kenny (6'4''-G) of Misericordia
G: Marcus Robinson (6'1''-G) of Wilkes
G/F: Sean Smith (198-G/F-87) of Koping Stars

2nd Team
F: Tommy Bowen (6'5''-F) of Wilkes
F: Luke Connaghan (6'4''-F) of DeSales
G: Rob Pecorelli (6'3''-G) of Wilkes
G: Tracy Simsick (6'4''-G) of DeSales
F: Damian Washington (6'5''-F) of Delaware Valley
G: Darius Washington (6'1''-G) of Eastern

Honorable Mention
Darren Davy (6'3''-F) of FDU-Florham
Tony Harding (6'5''-F) of Misericordia
Mark Mullins (6'4''-G) of Wilkes


Knights win MAC Commonwealth title 92-56 over Widener - Feb 23, 2019

The Arcadia men's basketball team won the MAC Commonwealth Championship for the first time in program history, with a 92-56 triumph over Widener on Saturday evening inside Alumni Gymnasium.
Josh Scott (6'3''-G) led the Knights with a game-high 30 points, while also totaling five rebounds, four assists and three steals en route to Tournament MVP honors. He was 7 of 12 from the floor and a perfect 12 for 12 at the line. Evan Slone (6'6''-F) also scored in double figures with 13 points, shooting 5 for 7 from the floor, and grabbed five boards. Da'Kquan Davis (6'1''-G) racked up 10 rebounds and scored nine points.
The title is Arcadia's fifth MAC Championship overall and fourth since the fall of 2017. The men's basketball team is the fourth program to claim a title in that span, joining the women's soccer, women's lacrosse, and baseball programs. The men's basketball team is also the third male team and second male program to claim a MAC title, joining the baseball team which has won each of the last two MAC Commonwealth titles.
After Widener scored the first bucket of the game to take a 2-0 lead, Davis hit a three to put Arcadia up 3-2. The Knights then scored nine-straight points, which was capped by a layup from Scott, to make the score 12-2, prompting the Pride to call timeout. Following the timeout, the Knights scored five more points, to take a 17-2 lead with 14:37 remaining in the half.
Arcadia kept the hot start going, scoring 11 of the next 15 points to stretch its lead to 22 points (28-6). The run began with pair of free throws from Slone, and was capped by free throws from Steve Pendleton (6'1''-G), to give the Knights a commanding lead with 9:01 to play in the opening stanza. Widener nine of its first 11 shots from the field and committed four turnovers in that span.
The Pride cut the Knights' lead to 14 (28-14) with 7:30 to play after scoring eight straight points. Still leading by 14 (34-20) with 3:40 remaining, the Knights closed the half on a 9-3 run, and led 43-23 at the break.
The Knights cruised in the second half, outscoring the Pride 49-33, to secure the 36-point win. Widener never trimmed its deficit to fewer than 17 points in the second half. The Knights saw 12 different players reach the scoring column, and only two players, Scott and Slone, reached double figures in what was a balance offensive showing.
Arcadia shot 48.3 percent (28-58) from the field, and went 22 of 27 (.844) from the charity stripe, including converting its first 22 free throws of the game. AU had a huge advantage on the glass, outrebounding the Pride 50-18, and held Widener to just one offensive rebound. Arcadia also forced 12 turnovers, and scored 16 points off those turnovers in the win. Widener was held to 37.3 percent (19-51) shooting in the contest, and hit on just 13 of 24 (.542) free throw attempts.

Courtesy of gomacsports.com

MACC Tournament Final: Arcadia - Widener 92-56
MACC Tournament Semifinals:
Arcadia - Albright 77-73
Hood - Widener 70-87

All-MACC 1st Team 2019
Da'Kquan Davis
Davis
Phil Pierfy
Pierfy
Colin Sareyka
Sareyka
Mason Wang
Wang
Montaque Wright
Wright

All-Tournament MVP: Josh Scott (6'3''-G) of Arcadia
Player of the Year: Da'Kquan Davis (6'1''-G) of Arcadia
Rookie of the Year: Malik Green (6'4''-G/F) of Alvernia, PA
Coach of the Year: Justin Scott of Arcadia

1st Team
G: Da'Kquan Davis (6'1''-G) of Arcadia
F: Phil Pierfy (6'5''-F) of Arcadia
PG: Colin Sareyka (6'0''-PG) of Messiah
PG: Mason Wang (5'11''-PG) of Hood
G: Montaque Wright (6'3''-G) of Stevenson

2nd Team
F: Matt Glogowski (6'5''-F) of Messiah
G: Samuel Majekodunmi (6'2''-G) of Albright
C: Ryan McMahon (6'3''-C) of Widener
G: Michael Riley (6'3''-G) of Hood
G: Josh Scott (6'3''-G) of Arcadia
F: Mark Terrell (6'8''-F) of Stevenson

Honorable Mention
Connor Laverty (6'5''-G/F) of Widener
Evan Slone (6'6''-F) of Arcadia


 

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