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So a while back I started a dynasty report using DDS:CB3. Needless to say, that quickly died out due to changing to a Mac (and not being able to play CB3 anymore) and not having any free time due to work and school. Anyways, I’ve been itching to get back into posting a dynasty story. The issue is I can still no longer play CB3. However, I have been playing Hoops Dynasty over at whatifsports.com and decided that I could write about that.

 

I’m preparing to start my 18th season in this world so I figured I would use my first post to catch the audience up on everything that has happened in my career so far. Also, just because I like the name, I’m going to use Jeremy Knight as my coach’s name and call this The Jeremy Knight Experience again. Maybe I will add 2.0 to the title to not cause too much confusion. Anyways, here are my season-by-season results since I started.

 

NOTE: Seasons in HD start at 1 and go up, so I’ll be using whatever the current season is instead of an actual year in my stories. For example, I’m about to start season 81 so I’ll refer to or use 81 in stories instead of 2014, 2015, etc.

 

I started my career at East Texas Baptist University, a Division III school in Marshall, Texas. I experienced unbelievable success from the start and had a pretty successful run. 

 

Season.......Overall.........Conference.......Place.....Post Season

64................34-1..............16-0...................1st..........NCAA CHAMPIONS

65................24-5..............16-0...................1st..........NCAA 1st Round

66................27-3..............16-0...................1st..........NCAA 1st Round

67................28-4..............16-0...................1st..........NCAA Sweet Sixteen

68................26-5..............15-1...................1st..........NCAA 2nd Round

69................20-9..............12-4...................2nd

70................24-6..............14-2...................2nd........NCAA 1st Round

71................24-7..............13-3...................2nd........NCAA Elite Eight

72................27-3..............16-0...................1st.........NCAA 1st Round

73................21-9..............13-3...................2nd........NIT 1st Round

 

During my tenure at ETBU I won 6 American Southwest Conference championships (64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 72) and 5 ASC Tournament championships (64, 68, 70, 71, 72). Eight trips to the NCAA Tournament and a national championship during my first season (I’ll be the first to admit that it wasn’t with my players) but I am very proud of my Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight runs. Before I arrived at ETBU they only had 1 Sweet Sixteen appearance and no Elite Eight appearances. After the 73 season, an exit from the NIT much earlier than I participated, I was kind of just tired of the D3 level. I yearned for the bigger recruiting budgets and the better players that Division I offered. I left ETBU to go to Birmingham-Southern in the Big South Conference to attempt to rebuild their program. Here is my career at BSC to this point.

 

Season.......Overall.........Conference.......Place.....Post Season

74................17-12............10-6...................3rd

75................22-6..............11-5...................1st

76................22-6..............13-3...................1st

77................23-5..............13-3...................3rd

78................24-6..............12-4...................3rd

79................28-2..............16-0...................1st..........NCAA 1st Round

80................18-10............8-8.....................6th

 

I am still at Birmingham-Southern and preparing for season 81. This dynasty story will cover my attempt to move up the ranks and become a successful head coach at a high-major school.

 



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The Birmingham News

 

Knight, Panthers Look to Move Forward

 

BIRMINGHAM | The 80 college basketball season ended last week when top seed Connecticut defeated UCLA for its 4th national championship. However, for the Birmingham-Southern Panthers and coach Jeremy Knight the season ended several weeks before the national championship game. The last time the Panthers took the court they fell to Liberty in the 2nd round of the Big South Tournament, 69-59.

 

“Every year one of our goals is to win the Big South and make it to the Big Dance,” Knight said, “so it is frustrating that our season ended earlier than we expected. Looking back last year’s team was by far the youngest team we’ve had since I’ve been here. Maybe the youngest team I’ve had in my entire coaching career. At times I just think about our inexperience and think its a miracle that we even won 18 games.”

 

Last season’s squad that Knight referenced featured 6 freshmen and 3 sophomores, which made up 75 percent of the Panthers’ roster. Among the 9 underclassmen on the roster, only 2 players had played in a BSC uniform and together they totaled 365 minutes entering last season.

 

“No matter how talented you are, you can only do so much without the experience that comes from playing at this level for a year or two. Last season hopefully was a blessing in disguise as it gave several of our younger guys an opportunity to play big minutes and grow. Hopefully that carries over into this season and we’ll have a very deep team.”

 

The Panthers should be deep this season with 10 players returning from last year’s squad. However, it will be an immense, if not impossible, task to fill the shoes David Johnson left behind.

 

Johnson, a dangerous combo guard, finished the season averaging 18 points and 4 assists a game. He also shot 50 percent from the field and 46.1 percent from beyond the arc. For the second consecutive season Johnson led the Big South in scoring and was named 1st Team All-Big South, but he fell just short of repeating as the Big South Player of the Year. 

 

“There’s just no way you can replace a guy like [Johnson]. He was a very special player and one of the best to come through here. He also excelled as a leader and in the classroom. I hate his senior season had to go the way it did, but it is what it is and he was a true leader throughout it all.”

 

The Panthers will once again be young this season, but they will be experienced this time around. Six of the underclass from last season played at least 15 minutes a game last season, and three of them played 20-plus minutes. 

 

Last season the Panthers experienced the growing pains that accompany youth. This season the Panthers will look to reap the benefits from the struggles of last season’s youth with a more experienced roster this season as they chase their top goal: winning the Big South.



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For those interested, here is the postseason recap from season 80.

 

BIG SOUTH TOURNAMENT (@ Itta Bena, Miss.)

FIRST ROUND

[4] Birmingham-Southern def. [5] Charleston Southern

[3] Winthrop def. [6] High Point

[5] UNC-Asheville def. [4] Radford

[3] Alabama A&M def. [6] Coastal Carolina

 

SECOND ROUND

[1] Liberty def. [4] Birmingham-Southern

[2] Alabama Sate def. [3] Winthrop

[1] Mississippi Valley State def. [5] UNC-Asheville

[3] Alabama A&M def. [2] VMI

 

SEMIFINALS

[1] Liberty def. [2] Alabama State

[3] Alabama A&M def. [1] Mississippi Valley State

 

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

[3] Alabama A&M def. [1] Liberty

 

 

DIVISION III NCAA TOURNAMENT

 

FIRST ROUND

MIDWEST

[1] Dallas def. Concordia-Moorhead

[9] Vassar College def. [8] Hampden-Sydney

[5] Williamette def. [12] Muhlenberg College

[13] Thomas College def. [4] Oglethorpe

[6] Upper Iowa def. [11] Wisconsin-Stout

[3] California Tech def. [14] Thiel College

[7] Endicott College def. [10] Richard Stockton

[2] Chowan College def. [15] Widener

EAST

[1] Palm Beach Atlantic def. [16] Rhode Island

[8] John Carroll def. [9] New England

[12] Clark def. [5] Dominican

[4] Wisconsin-Stevens Point def. [13] Olivet College

[6] Greensboro College def. [11] City College of New York

[3] Howard Payne def. [14] Colby College

[10] Anderson def. [7] Penn State-Behrend

[2] Centre College def. [15] Hamilton College

SOUTH

[1] Averett def. [16] Albertus Magnus

[9] Colorado College def. [8] Heidelberg

[12] Mount St. Vincent def. [5] Catholic

[13] Loras College def. [4] Southwestern

[6] Bethany College def. [11] Neumann College

[14] Becker College def. [3] Lewis and Clark

[10] La Grange College def. [7] Montclair State

[2] Wisconsin Lutheran def. [15] Grinnell College

WEST

[1] Christopher Newport def. [16] Wilkes

[8] Menlo College def. [9] Cazenovia College

[5] Union College def. [12] Penn State-Berks

[4] Yeshiva def. [13] Marymount

[11] Texas-Tyler def. [6] Potsdam

[14] Shenandoah def. [3] Augustana College

[7] Sewanee def. [10] Hunter College

[2] Westminster (MO) def. [15] Johnson State

 

SECOND ROUND

MIDWEST

[1] Dallas def. [9] Vassar College

[5] Williamette def. [13] Thomas College

[3] California Tech def. [6] Upper Iowa

[2] Chowan College def. [7] Endicott College

EAST

[1] Palm Beach Atlantic def. [8] John Carroll

[4] Wisconsin-Stevens Point def. [12] Clark

[3] Howard Payne def. [6] Greensboro College

[2] Centre College def. [10] Anderson

SOUTH

[1] Averett def. [9] Colorado College

[12] Mount St. Vincent def. [13] Loras College

[14] Becker College def. [6] Bethany College

[2] Wisconsin Lutheran def. [10] La Grange College

WEST

[1] Christopher Newport def. [8] Menlo College

[5] Union College def. [4] Yeshiva

[14] Shenandoah def. [11] Texas-Tyler

[2] Westminster (MO) def. [7] Sewanee

 

SWEET SIXTEEN

MIDWEST

[1] Dallas def. [5] Williamette

[2] Chowan College def. [3] California Tech

EAST

[1] Palm Beach Atlantic def. [4] Wisconsin-Stevens Point

[2] Centre College def. [3] Howard Payne

SOUTH

[1] Averett def. [12] Mount St. Vincent

[2] Wisconsin Lutheran def. [14] Becker College

WEST

[1] Christopher Newport def. [5] Union College

[2] Westminster (MO) def. [14] Shenandoah

 

ELITE EIGHT

MIDWEST

[1] Dallas def. [2] Chowan College

EAST

[2] Centre College def. [1] Palm Beach Atlantic

SOUTH

[2] Wisconsin Lutheran def. [1] Averett

WEST

[2] Westminster (MO) def. [1] Christopher Newport

 

FINAL FOUR

[2] Centre College def. [1] Dallas

[2] Wisconsin Lutheran def. [2] Westminster (MO)

 

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

[2] Centre College def. [2] Wisconsin Lutheran

 

 

DIVISION II NCAA TOURNAMENT

 

FIRST ROUND

MIDWEST

[1] Cal State-San Bernardino def. [16] Findlay

[8] Armstrong Atlantic def. [9] West Texas A&M

[5] Southern Indiana def. [12] Chaminade

[4] Merrimack College def. [13] Ouachita Baptist

[11] Ashland def. [6] Western Oregon

[3] Western State def. [14] Indianapolis

[10] Abilene Christian def. [7] Bowie State

[2] Green Mountain def. [15] Florida Southern

EAST

[1] Wisconsin-Parkside def. [16] Minnesota State-Moorhead

[8] Philadelphia def. [9] Rollins College

[5] Washington Adventist def. [12] Cal State-Los Angeles

[13] Midwestern State def. [4] Seattle

[11] North Dakota State def. [6] LIU-CW Post

[3] San Francisco State def. [14] Alaska-Fairbanks

[7] Eastern New Mexico def. [10] Mansfield

[15] Delta State def. [2] Grand Valley State

SOUTH

[1] UNC-Pembroke def. [16] Mount Olive

[8] Lewis def. [9] West Alabama

[12] Adams State def. [5] Cal Poly-Pomona

[4] Angelo State def. [13] Southern Connecticut State

[6] LeMoyne-Owen def. [11] Arkansas-Monticello

[14] Northeastern State def. [3] Tusculum College

[7] Quincy def. [10] California-Davis

[2] Northwest Nazarene def. [15] Central Oklahoma

WEST

[1] Tarleton State def. [16] California-San Diego

[9] Catawba College def. [8] Arkansas Tech

[5] Oakland City def. [12] Grand Canyon

[4] Mercyhurst College def. [13] West Virginia Wesleyan

[6] Limestone College def. [11] Metro State

[3] Wayne State (MI) def. [14] Fairmont State

[7] Virginia Union def. [10] Montana State-Billings 

[2] California State-Chico def. [15] St. Michael’s

 

SECOND ROUND

MIDWEST

[1] Cal State-San Bernardino def. [8] Armstrong Atlantic

[5] Southern Indiana def. [4] Merrimack College

[11] Ashland def. [3] Western State

[10] Abilene Christian def. [2] Green Mountain

EAST

[1] Wisconsin-Parkside def. [8] Philadelphia

[5] Washington Adventist def. [13] Midwestern State

[11] North Dakota State def. [3] San Francisco State

[15] Delta State def. [7] Eastern New Mexico

SOUTH

[1] UNC-Pembroke def. [8] Lewis

[4] Angelo State def. [12] Adams State

[14] Northeastern State def. [6] LeMoyne-Owen

[7] Quincy def. [2] Northwest Nazarene

WEST

[1] Tarleton State def. [9] Catawba College

[4] Mercyhurst College def. [5] Oakland City

[6] Limestone College def. [3] Wayne State (MI)

[7] Virginia Union def. [2] Cal State-Chico

 

SWEET SIXTEEN

MIDWEST

[5] Southern Indiana def. [1] Cal State-San Bernardino

[10] Abilene Christian def. [11] Ashland

EAST

[5] Washington Adventist def. [1] Wisconsin-Parkside

[11] North Dakota State def. [15] Delta State

SOUTH

[1] UNC-Pembroke def. [4] Angelo State

[7] Quincy def. [14] Northeastern State

WEST

[1] Tarleton State def. [4] Mercyhurst College

[6] Limestone College def. [7] Virginia Union

 

ELITE EIGHT

MIDWEST

[5] Southern Indiana def. [10] Abilene Christian

EAST

[11] North Dakota State def. [5] Washington Adventist

SOUTH

[7] Quincy def. [1] UNC-Pembroke

WEST

[1] Tarleton State def. [6] Limestone College

 

FINAL FOUR

[11] North Dakota State def. [5] Southern Indiana

[1] Tarleton State def. [7] Quincy

 

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

[11] North Dakota State def. [1] Tarleton State

 

 

DIVISION I NIT

 

FIRST ROUND

[1] St. John’s def. [8] Michigan

[5] Oklahoma State def. [4] South Carolina

[6] UMBC def. [3] UAB

[2] Princeton def. [7] Colorado State

[1] Temple def. [8] Kansas State

[4] Monmouth def. [5] Alabama State

[3] Pittsburgh def. [6] Florida State

[2] Texas A&M def. [7] Stanford

[1] Cincinnati def. [8] North Carolina

[5] Houston def. [4] BYU

[3] Alabama def. [6] DePaul

[2] Missouri def. [7] American

[1] Clemson def. [8] UNLV

[5] Mississippi State def. [4] Louisiana-Lafayette

[3] Mississippi Valley State def. [6] Robert Morris

[2] Baylor def. [7] Buffalo

 

SECOND ROUND

[5] Oklahoma State def. [1] St. John’s

[2] Princeton def. [6] UMBC

[4] Monmouth def. [1] Temple

[3] Pittsburgh def. [2] Texas A&M

[1] Cincinnati def. [5] Houston

[3] Alabama def. [2] Missouri

[5] Mississippi State def. [1] Clemson

[2] Baylor def. [3] Mississippi Valley State

 

THIRD ROUND

[5] Oklahoma State def. [2] Princeton

[3] Pittsburgh def. [4] Monmouth

[3] Alabama def. [1] Cincinnati

[2] Baylor def. [5] Mississippi State

 

SEMIFINALS (@ New York, N.Y.)

[5] Oklahoma State def. [3] Pittsburgh

[3] Alabama def. [2] Baylor

 

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME (@ New York, N.Y.)

[3] Alabama def. [5] Oklahoma State

 

 

DIVISION I NCAA TOURNAMENT

 

FIRST ROUND

MIDWEST

[1] Connecticut def. [16] Cal State-Northridge

[9] Iowa State def. [8] Arizona

[5] Ohio State def. [12] Farleigh Dickinson

[13] Texas Southern def. [4] Kentucky

[6] Minnesota def. [11] San Diego State

[3] Miami (FL) def. [14] Columbia

[7] Syracuse def. [10] Massachusetts

[2] Kansas def. [15] Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

EAST

[1] California def. [16] Bradley

[8] Rutgers def. [9] Indiana

[5] Boston College def. [12] Yale

[4] Xavier def. [13] UNC-Greensboro

[6] Michigan State def. [11] Air Force

[3] Ole Miss def. [14] George Mason

[7] Texas def. [10] Howard

[2] Seton Hall def. [15] South Florida

SOUTH

[1] Iowa def. [16] Boise State

[9] Albany def. [8] St. Louis

[5] Colorado def. [12] Denver

[4] LSU def. [13] Central Florida

[6] Oregon State def. [11] Wisconsin

[3] Providence def. [14] Prairie View A&M

[7] Penn State def. [10] Harvard

[2] Duke def. [15] Alabama A&M

WEST

[1] Florida def. [16] Centenary

[9] Washington def. [8] Wake Forest

[5] Utah def. [12] Detroit

[4] Northwestern def. [13] New Hampshire

[6] Tennessee def. [11] Virginia Tech

[3] UCLA def. [14] Miami (OH)

[7] Georgetown def. [10] Illinois

[2] Oklahoma def. [15] Murray State

 

SECOND ROUND

MIDWEST

[1] Connecticut def. [9] Iowa State

[5] Ohio State def. [13] Texas Southern

[3] Miami (FL) def. [6] Minnesota

[2] Kansas def. [7] Syracuse

EAST

[1] California def. [8] Rutgers

[4] Xavier def. [5] Boston College

[3] Ole Miss def. [6] Michigan State

[2] Seton Hall def. [7] Texas

SOUTH

[1] Iowa def. [9] Albany

[5] Colorado def. [4] LSU

[3] Providence def. [6] Oregon State

[2] Duke def. [7] Penn State

WEST

[1] Florida def. [9] Washington

[5] Utah def. [4] Northwestern

[3] UCLA def. [6] Tennessee

[2] Oklahoma def. [7] Georgetown

 

SWEET SIXTEEN

MIDWEST (@ Chicago, Ill.)

[1] Connecticut def. [5] Ohio State

[3] Miami (FL) def. [2] Kansas

EAST (@ Philadelphia, Penn.)

[1] California def. [4] Xavier

[3] Ole Miss def. [2] Seton Hall

SOUTH (@ San Antonio, Texas)

[1] Iowa def. [5] Colorado

[3] Providence def. [2] Duke

WEST (@ Denver, Colo.)

[1] Florida def. [5] Utah

[3] UCLA def. [2] Oklahoma

 

ELITE EIGHT

MIDWEST (@ Chicago, Ill.)

[1] Connecticut def. [3] Miami (FL)

EAST (@ Philadelphia, Penn.)

[1] California def. [3] Ole Miss

SOUTH (@ San Antonio, Texas)

[1] Iowa def. [3] Providence

WEST (@ Denver, Colo.)

[3] UCLA def. [1] Florida

 

FINAL FOUR (@ Indianapolis, Ind.)

[1] Connecticut def. [1] California

[3] UCLA def. [1] Iowa

 

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME (@ Indianapolis, Ind.)

[1] Connecticut def. [3] UCLA



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80 DIVISION I NATIONAL AWARDS

 

AP Player of the Year

Charles Parkerson.............SG.....Jr.....Connecticut

22.6 ppg, 3.3 apg

 

AP Defensive Player of the Year

Charles Wallace.................C.....Sr.....Connecticut

4.0 ppg, 8.8 rpg, 1.8 bpg

 

AP Freshman of the Year

William Doering..................PF.....Fr.....Oregon State

9.4 ppg, 5.5 rpg

 

AP Coach of the Year

Brian Cowitz.......................Connecticut

35-0, NCAA Championship, Big East Tournament Championship, Big East Championship

4th AP Coach of the Year Award

 

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA

PG..David Bogan..............Jr.....California (14.5 ppg, 5.4 apg)

SG..Charles Parkerson.....Jr.....Connecticut (22.6 ppg, 3.3 apg)

SF...Jerry Gaspar..............Sr.....Loyola (MD) (18.3 ppg, 5.7 rpg)

PF...Edwin Meade.............Sr.....Arizona State (23.4 ppg, 7.6 rpg)

C.....Ralph Buchanan........Sr.....Loyola (MD) (20.4 ppg, 9.0 rpg)

 

SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICA

PG..Paul Sawyer...............Jr.....California (18.8 ppg, 2.6 apg)

SG..Mark Mitchell..............Jr.....Michigan State (17.3 ppg, 3.3 apg)

SF...Joseph Forrest...........Sr.....Albany (11.4 ppg, 4.7 rpg)

PF...Jose Salazar...............Jr.....American (17.4 ppg, 8.2 rpg)

C.....Robert Chamberlain...Sr....Cincinnati (15.1 ppg, 8.7 rpg)

 

THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICA

PG..Walter Lowery.............Jr.....Loyola (MD) (22.7 ppg, 2.2 apg)

SG..Dwayne Spencer........Jr.....Ole Miss (19.8 ppg, 2.0 apg)

SF...Joseph Prewett...........Sr....Iowa (11.5 ppg, 3.6 rpg)

PF...Edward Singer............Sr....George Washington (21.2 ppg, 8.8 rpg)

C.....William Jarboe...........Sr.....Prairie View A&M (15.3 ppg, 8.3 rpg)

 

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICA

Kelly Barbeau (PG, Albany)

Joe Rutland (PG, Prairie View A&M)

Jon Juhasz (PG, Howard)

Todd Sansom (SG, Connecticut)

William Brown (SG, Wake Forest)

Vance Williams (SG, Ohio State)

Stanley Dotson (SF, UCLA)

Merle Norris (SF, Southeast Missouri State)

Donald Gusman (SF, Stanford)

Gard Swatloski (PF, Michigan)

Philip West (PF, Bethune-Cookman)

Frank Malik (PF, Penn State)

Charles Anthony (C, DePaul)

Eric Sharper (C, Duke)

Ivan Kulinski (C, Michigan State)

 



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80 NBA DRAFT RECAP

 

ROUND 1

 

PK.....TEAM...................................PLAYER........................POS.....YR......HT.....WT.....COLLEGE

1........Phoenix Suns.......................Mark Mitchell.................SG........Jr.......6-5....211.....Michigan State

2........Milwaukee Bucks.................Guillermo Zepeda..........C...........Sr......6-9....240.....Providence

3........Toronto Raptors...................David Bogan..................PG.........Jr......6-1....177.....California

4........New York Knicks..................William Glenn................PF..........So....6-10..223.....California

5........Cleveland Cavaliers.............Paul Sawyer..................PG.........Jr......6-2....195.....California

6........Brooklyn Nets.......................William Scheiber...........SG.........Jr......6-2....187.....LSU

7........Chicago Bulls.......................Glenn Shelton...............SG.........Jr......6-2....202.....Miami (FL)

8........Indiana Pacers.....................Gustavo Russo.............PF..........So....6-8....221......Illinois

9........Charlotte Hornets.................Carl Grubbs..................SF..........So....6-3....204......Miami (FL)

10......Portland Trail Blazers...........Walter Job....................PF..........Jr......6-6....219......Kansas

11......Miami Heat...........................Matt Perrodin................SF..........Jr......6-3....198......Ole Miss

12......Los Angeles Clippers...........Jonny Baker..................PF..........So....6-5....200......Seton Hall

13......Minnesota Timberwolves.....Wayne Dunham............C............Sr.....6-8....231......Texas Southern

14......Detroit Pistons.....................Ardian Zody...................PF..........So....6-8....233......Colorado

15......Houston Rockets.................George Edington...........PF..........Sr.....6-7....208......Utah

16......Atlanta Hawks.....................Dwayne Spencer...........SG.........Jr......5-10..167......Ole Miss

17......Memphis Grizzlies...............Randolph Moe...............PF.........Sr......6-8....218......Providence

18......Orlando Magic.....................Ralph Eberle.................C...........Sr......6-10..220......Ole Miss

19......Boston Celtics.....................Walter Betancourt..........PF.........Jr......6-10...232......California

20......Philadelphia 76ers..............Clyde Lecroy..................SF.........Sr......6-6....201......California

21......Dallas Mavericks................Charles Carter................SF.........Jr......6-5....197......LSU

22......Utah Jazz...........................John Spencer.................PF..........Jr.....6-4....192......Illinois

23......Denver Nuggets.................Edward Foster................SF.........So....6-5....207......Virginia Tech

24......San Antonio Spurs.............Joseph Prewett..............SF.........Sr.....6-8....230......Iowa

25......Los Angeles Lakers...........Frank Malik.....................PF.........Sr.....6-4....201......Penn State

26......New Orleans Pelicans.......Eric Sharper....................C...........Jr.....6-10..243......Duke

27......Oklahoma City Thunder.....Stanley Dotson...............SF.........Jr.....6-1....191......UCLA

28......Golden State Warriors.......James Price....................PG.......Sr.....5-9....160......California

29......Sacramento Kings.............Anthony Burton...............PG.......Jr......6-0....176......Duke

30......Washington Wizards.........Ivan Kulinski....................C..........Sr.....6-10..229......Michigan State

 

ROUND 2

 

PK.....TEAM...................................PLAYER........................POS.....YR......HT.....WT.....COLLEGE

31......Phoenix Suns.......................Jeffrey Juhl....................PF........Jr.........6-7....220....Utah

32......Milwaukee Bucks.................Dennis Brown................C..........Jr.........7-1....251....Syracuse

33......Toronto Raptors...................William Christian............PF........Sr.........6-5....205....Wake Forest

34......New York Knicks..................Loren Blair.....................PF.........Jr.........6-7....216....Miami (FL)

35......Cleveland Cavaliers.............Jarald Dodd...................SG.......Sr.........6-2....199....Oklahoma

36......Brooklyn Nets.......................Jimmie Razo.................C..........Jr..........6-10..241....Florida

37......Chicago Bulls.......................Emery Campbell............SF........Sr.........6-7....216....Northwestern

38......Indiana Pacers.....................Carey Pope....................PG.......Sr.........6-3....191....Colorado

39......Charlotte Hornets.................James Walczak..............C..........Sr.........6-8....233....Minnesota

40......Portland Trail Blazers...........James Armbruster..........SG........Jr.........6-1....178....Kansas

41......Miami Heat...........................Marcelo Costa................SG........Jr.........6-4....200....Providence

42......Los Angeles Clippers...........Robert Chamberlain........C..........Sr........6-9....212....Cincinnati

43......Minnesota Timberwolves.....Vance Williams................SG........Sr........6-0....194....Ohio State

44......Detroit Pistons.....................Timothy Sherman............PF.........Sr........6-10...222....Miami (FL)

45......Houston Rockets.................Tyler Heredia...................C..........Sr........7-1.....253....Duke

46......Atlanta Hawks.....................Nelson Williams...............PG........Sr........5-10...167....Tennessee

47......Memphis Grizzlies...............Daniel Shaw....................C...........Sr........6-9.....240....Albany

48......Orlando Magic.....................Robert Glaude.................C...........Sr.......6-10...216....Northwestern

49......Boston Celtics.....................Brent Smith......................PF.........Sr.......6-9.....238....Missouri

50......Philadelphia 76ers..............Todd Sansom...................SG........Jr........6-1.....199....Connecticut

51......Dallas Mavericks................Jeffrey Cochrane..............SF.........Sr.......6-7.....210....Ole Miss

52......Utah Jazz...........................Gregory Lederer...............C...........Jr.......6-9.....227....Air Force

53......Denver Nuggets.................Richard Filip.....................PF..........Jr.......6-8.....222....Connecticut

54......San Antonio Spurs.............Garf Swatloski..................PF..........Sr......6-5.....222....Michigan

55......Los Angeles Lakers...........Todd Fenton......................SG........Sr.......6-4....213....Wisconsin

56......New Orleans Pelicans.......James Morris....................PG........Sr.......6-2....180....Providence

57......Oklahoma City Thunder.....Patrick Dupont..................PG........Jr.......5-11...183....Kansas

58......Golden State Warriors.......Dwayne Weir.....................SF.........Jr.......6-3....196....LSU

59......Sacramento Kings.............Paul Goto..........................PG........Sr......6-2.....191....Michigan State

60......Washington Wizards..........Daniel Baptista.................PF.........Sr......6-7.....233....Vanderbilt



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It's similar. Hoops Dynasty is a college basketball game and instead of using players throughout history it generates players each season much like a college sports video game would and the coaches can recruit those players. When you first start playing HD you have to start at a Division III school and work your way up. In my opinion its a lot of fun and I really enjoy it.



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Birmingham-Southern Athletics Press Release

 

Panthers Add Two Signees

 

BIRMINGHAM | Birmingham-Southern head coach Jeremy Knight announced the signing of two high school seniors this morning. The Panthers added two guards in Jared Lobdell of Varnado, Louisiana and Donald Bowen of Dunn, N.C. 

 

“I’m really excited about adding Jared and Donald to the team.” Knight said. “Both are great young men who excel in the classroom and on the court.”

 

Name.......................Pos....Ht......Wt......Hometown/High School (Overall Rank/Position Rank)

Donald Bowen.........PG.....6-0.....172.....Dunn, N.C./Midway HS

 

During his senior season Bowen averaged 32.9 ppg and shot 58% from beyond the arc. Bowen’s 58 3-point percentage is higher than his field goal percentage (54.9%). Bowen is unranked by Rivals. 

Says Knight: “Donald is going to be great for us. We really feel like we found a diamond in the rough with him. He wasn’t highly rated coming out of high school but we believe he can be a very good player for us. He has great speed for a player his age and is practically automatic from the 3-point line. We’ll look for him to really provide a spark for us off the bench. He is a capable point guard but will primarily be a 2-guard for us. He’s a guy that if you need a 3 you want the ball in his hand. We’re very excited to add Donald to our family here at BSC.”

 

Name.......................Pos....Ht......Wt......Hometown/High School (Overall Rank/Position Rank)

Jared Lobdell...........PG......6-3....192.....Varnado, La./Varnado HS (#221/#36 PG)

 

During his senior season Lobdell averaged 24 ppg in just 19 minutes per game. He shot 69.8% from the field and 53.6% from 3. Lodbell also averaged 6 assists per game this past season also. Rivals listed Lobdell as the 221st overall prospect and the 36th point guard.

Says Knight: “Jared is a fantastic player. He certainly comes in as highly ranked player and we’ll look for him to add to our deep roster. He has great size for a point guard. He’s extremely fast -- possibly the fastest guard I’ve signed, and his ball handling and passing ability is extremely well developed. Jared will see some minutes as a backup point guard starting off. Once his jump shot becomes more consistent he can be more of a combo guard and play the 2 some also. He also has the potential to play small forward for us a year or two down the road. I’m very excited about Jared joining our family.”

 

The two-man class for 81 gives Birmingham-Southern a full roster of 12 scholarship players.



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Panthers Release Complete Schedule

 

BIRMINGHAM | Birmingham-Southern head coach Jeremy Knight has released the Panthers’ full schedule for the upcoming 81 season. The highlight of the Panthers’ non-conference schedule is a home date against SEC for Auburn. This season will also see the crosstown rivalry with Samford return to Bill Battle Coliseum. The schedule includes five road games before Big South play starts. Throughout the season the Panthers will play eight regular season games against teams that either won their conference regular season championship or their conference tournament. 

 

“We’re pretty excited about the upcoming season.” Knight said of the schedule. “I believe we have put together a great non-conference schedule. We have some tough road games and two huge home games in Auburn and Samford. We’re extremely grateful for Auburn agreeing to come here to play us. It should be a great game and give us some great exposure as well. The Big South schedule is going to be brutal once again. Every team in this league is capable of winning on any night. Alabama A&M and Alabama State bring back a lot of players from their successful teams last season, but we also have a lot of good players coming back and we’re trying to make another run at the Big South Championship and getting back to the NCAA Tournament.”

 

Birmingham-Southern’s complete schedule is listed below.

 

Opponent..............................80 Record........Other

UAB (Exhibition).....................23-7..................C-USA Champs/NIT 1st Round

VCU (Exhibition).....................6-21

at Arkansas-Pine Bluff............18-10................OVC Champs

New Orleans...........................16-12

at Wisconsin-Green Bay.........10-17

Ball State................................17-10................MAC Champs

at Georgia State.....................19-10

Santa Clara.............................6-21

at Northern Illinois...................7-20

Auburn....................................6-21

at The Citadel.........................19-9..................Southern Champs

Samford..................................9-20

Liberty.....................................17-12

High Point...............................5-22

at Alabama A&M.....................17-14................Big South Tournament Champs/NCAA 1st Round

UNC-Asheville........................8-20

at Coastal Carolina.................3-24

at Radford...............................13-14

Alabama State........................20-9..................Big South Co-Champs/NIT 1st Round

at Mississippi Valley State......24-6..................Big South Co-Champs/NIT 2nd Round

at Charleston Southern..........10-17

Mississippi Valley State..........24-6..................Big South Co-Champs/NIT 2nd Round

at Alabama State....................20-9..................Big South Co-Champs/NIT 1st Round

at UNC-Asheville....................8-20

Winthrop.................................17-11

VMI.........................................18-9..................Senior Night

at High Point...........................5-22

***Big South Tournament (Hosted by team that finishes 1st)

 



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Season Preview: Birmingham-Southern Panthers

 

BIRMINGHAM | Our college basketball 81 season preview special continues. Today we will take a look at the Birmingham-Southern Panthers. Last season the Panthers followed up their first NCAA Tournament appearance in almost 30 years by going 18-10. The Panthers once again had another very successful season, however, they went 8-8 in Big South play and finished 6th in the conference. A lot of the woes Birmingham-Southern experienced last season was due to a roster littered with youth and inexperience. This season the Panthers should benefit from their young players being thrown into the fire last year. Below we’ll break down the Panthers roster by each position and predict how they will fare this season.

 

HEAD COACH

Jeremy Knight

17 years (7 at BSC)

408-99 overall record (152-46 at BSC)

 

Knight enters his eighth season at the helm of Birmingham-Southern, the longest tenure of any coach at BSC. Knight has proven the ability to win everywhere he has been and he typically wins pretty big. In 17 seasons as a head coach Knight’s teams have won 20 or more games 15 times. The only two teams that Knight coached that failed to reach 20 wins were his first team at BSC (17-12) and last year’s squad. Knight is also the winningest coach in BSC history. The bottom line is that Knight is a successful coach. One big question that surrounds him is how much longer will he stay at Birmingham-Southern? Rumors flew around this past offseason that he was trying to land a job at a more prestigious school, specifically Oregon, Gonzaga, and Memphis. Knight has dismissed the rumors, but one can only wonder how big of a distraction those rumors are to the players, if any. 

 

GUARDS

Cody Rogers                Jr.     5-11    179     Enterprise, Ala./Enterprise HS

Last season Rogers saw action in all 28 games with eight starts. He averaged 17.1 minutes per contest and scored 4.3 points-per-game. Rogers isn’t known for his scoring ability, but is a capable scorer if he needs to be. Although he doesn’t score a lot, Rogers is excellent at taking good shots. Last season he shot 44.9% fromthe field, 42.1% from beyond the arc, and 76.6% at the free throw line. Rogers is an excellent prototypical point guard with his great ball handling and passing abilities. Last season Rogers tallied 3.7 assists-per-game to only 1 turnover-per-game. The fact that he started the final seven games last season, along with his ability to take care of the ball, lead us to believe that the starting point guard position is his to lose.

 

Chris Matthews           So.    5-11    173     Cullman, Ala./Good Hope HS

The former 3-star prospect started 21 games for the Panthers last season. Last season Matthews averaged 6.9 points-per-game on a blistering 52.9% from the field. Matthews also shot 44.2% from the 3. Matthews is a very versatile player. He has great speed and is a solid perimeter scoring threat. He is also a good facilitator and has a surprisingly fairly developed low post game. One area Matthews needs to improve on, especially if he’s going to be playing big minutes this season, is his free throw shooting. Last season Matthews shot an abysmal 52.3% from the charity stripe. Matthews is a very good player to only be a sophomore. He should slide back into the starting shooting guard spot that he started last season in before David Johnson moved to the 2-guard for Cody Rogers to start at the point. Matthews’ versatility should also allow him to see some playing time at point guard and even small forward throughout the season.

 

Paul Cheatham           So.    5-10    183     Cleveland, Miss./Cleveland HS

Cheatham appeared in every game last season and averaged 15 minutes each time he stepped on the floor. He only scored 4.1 points-per-game as freshman, but he should have more scoring opportunities this season. Cheatham had a 49.3% field goal percentage last season to go along with his 40.9% mark from 3-point land. He also shot 77.1% from the free throw line. While there should be more playing time available for Cheatham this season, it would be a shock if he started for the Panthers this season. He’s one of the best shooters on the team, but he still needs to develop his defensive and ball handling skills in order to crack the starting rotation. Cheatham should provide a 3-point scoring threat off the bench this season.

 

Richard Kanagy         Fr.     6-0     173     Gulf Shores, Ala./Gulf Shores HS

Kanagy redshirted last season and will try to earn some playing time in the Panthers’ crowded backcourt. Coming out of Gulf Shores High School Kanagy was ranked as the no. 36 point guard in the nation by Rivals. From what we’ve seen Kanagy is an okay ball handler and passer. He’s not very reliable behind the 3-point line, but his long range shooting ability is improving. Kanagy’s main strength is his defense. Coupled with his good athleticism and speed, Kanagy should become a force to be reckoned with on defense throughout his career. Where Kanagy will fit in BSC’s rotation is a tricky question. He’s not skilled enough at handling the ball or passing to play the point guard spot, but his 3-point shooting is too shaky to play the 2-guard. He is athletic enough to play small forward on the wing, but once again his inability to hit 3’s hurts him there too. Wherever Kanagy ends up playing this season it will most likely be primarily as a defender. Once his shot develops more he should see an increase of playing time at either wing position.

 

Jared Lobdell            Fr.     6-3     192     Varnado, La./Varnado HS

Lobdell is the more highly touted of the Panthers’ two incoming freshmen -- Rivals ranks him as the 221st overall player and 36th best point guard in the class of 81. Lobdell will be one of the fastest guards in the Big South once he steps foot on campus. He has great size for a guard which is something the Panthers have lacked the past few years. His ball handling and passing skills are excellent for a true freshman -- possibly the best on the team. Two big issues for Lobdell will be his raw defensive skills and lack of a long-range scoring threat. As of right now Lobdell is a pure facilitator. Once his shot and his defense develops it’ll be hard to keep him off the court as he should be able to play the point and either wing position. Lobdell should see some playing time this season as a freshman at the point guard position.

 

Donald Bowen          Fr.     6-0     172     Dunn, N.C./Midway HS

Bowen didn’t receive much love from the recruiting services. Rivals didn’t even have him ranked after his senior season. Bowen has never played AAU ball, which certainly played a role in the lack of attention he received, but Bowen is also a player the Panthers will need to develop over time. As of right now Bowen is a good shooter. His speed and ball handling abilities are okay, and he’s an awful passer and defender. Once he improves his passing and defensive capabilities, Bowen should be a very solid guard. Due to his lack of great ball handling and passing skills in addition to his shooting ability pretty much make him a shooting guard by default. It would be a huge surprise if Bowen is not redshirted this season. He needs more time to develop before he hits the floor.

 

SMALL FORWARD

Rudy Veasley               Jr.     6-4      201     Knoxville, Tenn./Webb School of Knoxville

Veasley started the final seven games last season for the Panthers. He only put up 4.4 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.7 assists per game last season -- All improvements from his freshman season. Part of Veasley’s low stats can be attributed to David Johnson shouldering the majority of the scoring load last season. But aside from having Johnson on the team last year, Veasley is just an okay player. He’s not great, but he’s not bad. He’s an okay defender and struggles to consistently beat the defense off the dribble. He does an okay job of taking care of the ball (1.7 apg to 0.8 topg in 80). His greatest strength is that he probably has the best long range shot of anyone on the team this season. His lack of burning speed hurts his perimeter game, he only shot 38.9% from 3 last season, because he struggles to come off screens fast enough to lose his defender. Veasley did, however, post one of the best free throw percentages of the whole team last year with his 83.9% mark from the line. Veasley also has been working on his low post game this summer and word on the street is that its improved substantially. He also supposedly knows the offense and defense like the back of his hand, so he does have some positive things going his way. Our best guess would be that Veasley once again comes off the back as a backup similar to the start of last season. However, with his expertise of the system and solid free throw shooting, he could end up making a case for a starting role as the season progresses.

 

Elbert Estrella               So.   6-6      218     Gray, Tenn./Daniel Boone HS

Estrella won the Big South Freshman of the Year award last year after posting 6.5 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 2 assists per game last season. He started the first 21 games of last season and there’s no reason why he should be the starting small forward this season -- and keep the job throughout the season. Estrella is faster and more athletic than Veasley. He is a better defender and rebounder and his low post game is very solid. Estrella’s passing skills are among the best on the team and possibly even the entire conference. The area area that Estrella struggles in is his long range shooting game. Supposedly he has been working on it over the summer and it’s developing, but he’s several steps behind Veasley on the ability to knock down the 3. Estrella has never been confused for someone with a great work ethic and you could clearly tell there were times during games last season where he was just going through the motions. Coming out of high school Estrella was a two star prospect and the no. 25 small forward according to Rivals. His lack of work ethic is how he fell from a high major player to Birmingham-Southern, which is great for BSC. In order for Estrella to have a shot at a professional career he’ll need to step up his effort quite a bit. The starting small forward position is his to lose. Hopefully he’ll work a little harder this season and keep it throughout the entire season.

 

POSTS

Timothy Greer              Sr.    6-10    230     Grove Hill, Ala./Clarke County HS

Greer, the lone senior, should be the focal point of the Panthers’ offense this season. Last year as a junior Greer averaged 9.7 points and 4.8 rebounds in just 18.6 minutes per game. Greer started the final seven games of the season as part of Knight’s last season switch up. The senior has one of the best low post games in the Big South Conference and should get a lot of touches in the paint. Greer is also one of the most complete post players in the conference as well due to his outstanding rebounding and defensive capabilities. The Clarke County High School product was brought into BSC to be a bench option, but now it is his time to take over. Greer will be the starting power forward throughout the season no questions. 

 

Robert Loar                  Jr.     6-10    219     Prescott, Wis./Wallace State CC-Hanceville (Ala.)

Loar is the only returning player that started all 28 games last season. In his first season with the Panthers after transferring from Wallace State Community College in Hanceville averaged 10.4 points and 7 rebounds a game, good enough to earn him Honorable Mention All-Big South recognition. Loar will once again be the starting center and along with Greer should form the most formidable low post combination in the Big South Conference. Loar is an excellent rebounder and is very skilled with his back to the basket. His defense is solid but is said to be improving as well. Don’t be surprised if Loar performs at a 1st Team All-Big South level.

 

William Big                   So.    6-6     224     Baldwin Park, Calif./North Park Continuation HS

The West Coast sophomore should see a fairly large increase in minutes from last season, when he only spent 7.5 minutes on the floor each game. Big brings a thick, strong body into the post. He’s solid at just about every facet of his game, but he’s not great at any one thing. The Panthers coaching staff seem really high on him and note that he’s still developing. Big probably would have benefited greatly from a redshirt season, but NCAA rules allow each team to only redshirt one player. Last season he scored 1.6 points per game and pulled down an average of 2.4 rebounds -- not too shabby considering he only played seven minutes a game. With Greer taking the starting four spot so Big will be the backup power forward. Big has all of the makings to be the next great post player for Knight, but only time will tell if he will reach that potential.

 

William Wright              So.   6-10    223     Louisville, Ala./Dixie Academy

Wright flashed a lot of potential as a freshman last season. There wasn’t quite the logjam at the center position as there was at power forward, so Wright got to play more minutes last season than Big did -- 11.6 minutes every night. Wright is an excellent rebounder and his low post game is not lacking either. The coaching staff say that Wright’s defense is also continuing to improve. As of right now Wright is the better of the Panthers’ two young post players, however, his ceiling is not as high as Big’s. Last season Wright averaged 1.3 points and 3 rebounds. He had more assists than turnovers as well. One of the great strengths in Wright’s game is his free throw shooting. Last season he shot 77.3% from the line which is excellent for a big guy. Wright should receive plenty of minutes once again this season and it will be fun to watch the post combo of Big and Wright throughout the upcoming years.

 

PROJECTED LINEUP:

PG: Cody Rogers (Jr.)

SG: Chris Matthews (So.)

SF: Elbert Estrella (So.)

PF: Timothy Greer (Sr.)

C: Robert Loar (Jr.)

 

BENCH:

6: William Big (So.)

7: William Wright (So.)

8: Paul Cheatham (So.)

9: Jared Lobdell (Fr.)

10: Rudy Veasley (Jr.)

11: Richard Kanagy (Fr.)

12: Donald Bowen (Fr.)

 

FINAL VERDICT:

The Panthers will once again have a young lineup, albeit more experienced, but young nonetheless. However, this season youth should not be a huge factor. The returning sophomores gained invaluable experience last season and the incoming freshmen are good also. Birmingham-Southern should be able to compete with Radford, Mississippi Valley State, Alabama A&M, and Alabama State for the Big South crown. Our gut feeling is that the veteran laden rosters of the other top tier teams might be too much for the Panthers. Birmingham-Southern is certainly capable of winning the conference, but it will definitely have its work cut out for it. The Panthers will have a winning conference record this season and the nonconference schedule is certainly manageable as well. Our prediction for the 81 season is that the Panthers will win somewhere in the 18-21 game mark and finish in the top four of the Big South. Unfortunately, we don’t foresee an invitation for postseason play.

 


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Rivals Recruiting Roundup

 

Another recruiting cycle has come and gone and now it’s time to breakdown which teams helped themselves the most in the class of 81. We’ll break down the top 25 recruiting classes and rank each conference based on how they did. Providence takes home the 81 recruiting championship with a star studded 4-man signing class. Highlighting the Friars class is Jason Davis of Pawling, New York -- the no. 1 rated PG in the class. This class will certainly help Providence attempt another deep run in the NCAA Tournament. Defending national champion Connecticut made a case for the top class with an immensely talented 3-man class. The main stars arriving this fall on Connecticut’s campus are Raymond Berry of Plaistow, New Hampshire (#2 PF) and Kevin Moline of Newark, New Jersey (#3 C). The freshman duo should become a force in the paint to be reckoned with -- before they leave for the NBA. The Big East definitely had the most star studded classes with the three top classes and four of the top 10, but the ACC has the deepest class with six Rivals Top 25 class. The ACC is led by Miami (FL) (no. 4 overall class) and it’s 5-man signing class. The top player signed by the Hurricanes is Lonnie Butler, a 6-foot-3 shooting guard from Allendale Academy in Clearwater, Florida. Butler is ranked as the second best SG in the class and also has an impressive 4.0 GPA. Check below for the rest of the Rival Top 25 recruiting classes, as well as how each conference fared!

 

TEAM RANKINGS

 

1     Providence               Big East

2     Connecticut              Big East

3     Georgetown             Big East

4     Miami (FL)                ACC

5     Ole Miss                   SEC

6     Duke                         ACC

7     UCLA                        Pac-12

8     Michigan State         Big Ten

9     Ohio State                Big Ten

10   Syracuse                  Big East

11   Oklahoma                 Big 12

12   Kansas                     Big 12

13   Iowa                          Big Ten

14   North Carolina          ACC

15   Old Dominion           CAA

16   Arizona State            Pac-12

17   Virginia                      ACC

18   Virginia Tech             ACC

19   Massachusetts          Atlantic-10

20   Florida State             ACC

21   Stanford                    Pac-12

22   South Florida            Sun Belt

23   DePaul                      Horizon League

24   Air Force                   Mountain West

25   Seton Hall                 Big East

 

 

CONFERENCE RANKINGS

 

1     ACC (36 recruits)

2     Big East (34 recruits)

3     Pac-12 (35 recruits)

4     Mountain West (37 recruits)

5     Big Ten (30 recruits)

6     Big 12 (33 recruits)

7     SEC (24 recruits)

8     Atlantic 10 (38 recruits)

9     Ivy League (40 recruits)

10   Horizon League (45 recruits)

11   MEAC (41 recruits)

12   West Coast (41 recruits)

13   Patriot League (22 recruits)

14   Southern (40 recruits)

15   Missouri Valley (29 recruits)

16   Summit League (39 recruits)

17   Northeast (32 recruits)

18   Conference-USA (28 recruits)

19   MAC (29 recruits)

20   Big Sky (37 recruits)

21   Big South (32 recruits)

22   Sun Belt (30 recruits)

23   MAAC (30 recruits)

24   Ohio Valley (32 recruits)

25   Big West (27 recruits)

26   CAA (33 recruits)

27   Southland (20 recruits)

 

LOOKING AHEAD

 

Even though the 81 signing period just ended it’s never too early to look ahead to the top players of the 82 class. Below we’ll rank our top 15 rising seniors for the class of 82. Will your school be able to land one of these phenomenal players onto campus next year? Only time will tell.

 

Rank.....Name...................................Pos.....Ht.....Wt.......Hometown/High School (Position Rank)

1............Ernest Murphy......................C........7-0.....264.....Lancaster, Penn./Lancaster County Day HS (#1 C)^

2............Ellis Gurganus......................C........7-0.....257.....Miami, Fla./Miami Northwestern HS (#2 C)

3............Mark Newell.........................PF.......6-9.....227.....Hudson Falls, N.Y./Hudson Falls HS (#1 PF)

4............Jeffrey Skulski......................SG......6-3.....197.....Madison, Conn./Daniel Hand HS (#1 SG)

5............Michael Daughtry.................PF.......6-6.....219.....Omaha, Neb./Millard North HS (#2 PF)^

6............Michael Smith......................PG......5-11...174.....Lake Havasu City, Ariz./Desert Technology HS (#1 PG)

7............Wayne Dobson....................PF.......6-7.....228.....Bakersville, N.C./Mitchell HS (#3 PF)

8............Darryl Payne........................SG......6-4.....209.....Winchester, Ill./Winchester HS (#2 SG)^

9............Edward Wolski.....................SF.......6-8.....217.....China Grove, N.C./South Rowan HS (#1 SF)

10..........Ernest Espinosa...................C........6-10...233.....Stevenson, Wash./Stevenson HS (#3 C)

11..........Thomas Walker....................PF.......6-8.....233.....Waurika, Okla./Waurika HS (#4 PF)

12..........John Helms..........................C........6-8.....209.....Roxboro, N.C./Person HS (#4 C)

13..........Bernardo Rivera...................PG.....6-1.....194.....Santa Isabel, P.R./John F. Kennedy HS (#2 PG)

14..........Kevin Culley.........................SG.....6-1......195.....New Laguna, N.M./Laguna Acoma HS (#3 SG)^

15..........Larry Hendricks...................SG......6-5......205.....Tempe, Ariz./Tempe Accelerated HS (#4 SG)

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Blazers top Panthers in exhibition 

 

BIRMINGHAM | The UAB Blazers bested the Birmingham-Southern Panthers 55-51 last night in an exhibition game. UAB junior Benjamin Sims led the Blazers with 19 points and 11 rebounds and BSC was led by sophomore Chris Matthews and his 14 points.

 

Sims made his presence known early and often. The Panthers won the opening tip but saw both of their first two shot attempts get swatted by Sims. At halftime Sims already tallied 12 points, six rebounds and three blocks. Both teams played a slow, methodical pace and the first field goal of the game occurred at the 16:16 mark of the 1st half when Matthews’ 15 footer from the right wing gave the Panthers a 2-1 advantage. That would turn out to be the only time BSC led throughout the entire contest. The Blazers closed the half on a 9-4 run to take a 24-16 lead into the locker room. 

 

During the second half both teams traded punches with each other. Anytime Birmingham-Southern scored to cut into the deficit UAB answered on the other end. At the end of the game the Panthers were finally able to muster an 11-2 run to cut UAB’s lead to 52-49 after a Matthews fadeaway with 41 seconds left in the game. 

 

The Panthers had a chance to tie the game after Reynaldo Yazzie missed two free throws with a 54-51 lead with 33 seconds remaining. Matthews fueled BSC at the end of the game and was easily their best player, but he ran out of gas at the end of the game and missed his last two shots. Cesar Fernandez made one of his two free throw attempts with 9 seconds left to seal the win for the Blazers.

 

“This was a great game.” UAB coach Greg Olmander said. “We got to see how our guys played against a pretty good team. It was great competition and Benjamin had one heckuva game. We were really pleased with him today. On top of all that this is just a great event for the fans and the community.”

 

Caleb Williams scored eight points off the bench for the Blazers and Fernandez added seven points and six rebounds. Timothy Greer, William Wright and Rudy Veasley each scored seven points for BSC. Wright had a promising night as he added two rebounds and two blocks to his stat line in just 15 minutes of action.

 

“This loss was a little frustrating.” Panthers head coach Jeremy Knight said after the game. “We certainly didn’t do ourselves any favors with the hole we dug for ourselves. We need to really work on digging in and getting stops more consistently, as well as not fouling as much as we did. 

 

I thought we did a very good job in crunch time when we went on our run, but we need to be able to play like throughout the entire 40 minutes and not the final four minutes of the game. We did some good things too. We only had eight turnovers and we were able to get seven steals. We also went 11-of-15 from the free throw line. 

 

Chris surprised us all a little bit with his performance. We certainly knew he was capable of playing like that but it’s just so rare for a true sophomore to carry a team like he did tonight. We were also very pleased with William Wright’s play tonight also. We’re certainly going in the right direction at the moment. We only need to make a few slight changes in order for us to be where we want to be when the season starts next week.”

 

The exhibition game featured the top two college basketball teams in Birmingham, and both schools are only separated by four miles -- or a 10 minute drive. The stands were filled at Bill Battle Coliseum and one can only wonder what it might do if the two teams were to meet on a yearly basis in the regular season. There was clearly some excitement and desire to see the two teams meet more regularly, whether it be rotated on each school’s campus, like BSC’s current rivalry with Samford, or held at a neutral location such as the BJCC Arena in downtown Birmingham. When asked about the prospect of starting a new crosstown rivalry for Birmingham both coaches said they would love to see it happen, but they would let their respective athletic directors handle making that event a reality.

 

The 81 college basketball season officially kicks off in one week. UAB will play Furman in another exhibition game later this week while Birmingham-Southern will host VCU in an exhibition this week as well. Make sure to follow The Birmingham News for all the latest information on UAB and Birmingham-Southern this season.



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SMALL COLLEGE ROUNDUP

 

Birmingham-Southern 73, VCU 60

 

BIRMINGHAM | Robert Loar scored 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds in just 19 minutes to help lead BSC past the VCU Rams in an exhibition game. Sophomore guard Chris Matthews led the Panthers with 16 points and William Wright added 11 points. Wright also had six rebounds. Starting point guard Cody Rogers didn’t score but he dished out 12 assists with only one turnover. As a team BSC shot 54% from the floor and 50% from 3-point range. Timothy Greer was the leading rebounder with nine board. Greer also scored eight points. Birmingham-Southern will now turn all its attention to it’s season opener next week at Arkansas-Pine Bluff. The Golden Lions lost both of their exhibition games. Post, a Division II school in Connecticut, defeated Arkansas-Pine Bluff 94-68. Upper Iowa, the no. 4-ranked team in Division III, blasted the Golden Lions 93-45 last week. Tip off is scheduled for 6 pm. 

 



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Panthers blast Golden Lions in season opener

 

PINE BLUFF, ARK. | The Birmingham-Southern Panthers opened the 81 season in dominating fashion with a 77-50 road win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff. Robert Loar led BSC with 13 points and seven rebounds. Loar played only 23 minutes -- the rest of the starters for BSC played 20 minutes or less. Timothy Greer added 12 points and six rebounds in just 20 minutes of action.

 

“Our starters did a really good job of putting the game away early.” BSC coach Jeremy Knight said. His team led 35-20 at the half. “We’re still a pretty young team so having such a big lead in the second half really gave us an opportunity to give our younger guys some valuable real game minutes. It’s a great experience for them and it also allows us as a staff to further evaluate our guys.”

 

Sophomore Elbert Estrella was the only other Panther to score in double-digits. Estrella had 12 points in just 17 minutes of action off the bench. After having stellar back-to-back exhibition performances, Chris Matthews only scored four points in the Panthers season opening win. 

 

The first 10 minutes of the game was a tight contest as the largest lead by either team was four points. With 9:49 remaining in the opening half the Panthers held a 16-14 lead. Birmingham-Southern closed the half on a 19-6 run and never looked back the rest of the game. 

 

“We did some good things tonight,” Knight said, “but we still have a lot of work to do. We missed 10 free throws (19-of-29) and didn’t shoot from the perimeter as well as I would have liked.” The Panthers shot 28.6% (2-of-7) from the 3-point line. 

 

As bad as the Panthers were from the 3-point line, The Golden Lions were worse. Arkansas-Pine Bluff was held to just 19% (4-of-21) from behind the arc. 

 

“We knew coming in that they like to shoot the three. We knew we had the advantage in the post (BSC had a 37-22 rebounding edge) so our plan was to really get out and contest their shooters on the perimeter. We really felt like we could get the ball inside to score and they wouldn’t be able to keep up their perimeter attack.”

 

Elbert Estrella was the only other Panther to score in double-digits. Estrella had 12 points in just 17 minutes of action. After having stellar back-to-back exhibition performances, Chris Matthews only scored four points in the Panthers season opening win. 

 

Birmingham-Southern (1-0) will host New Orleans (0-1) in the Panthers home opener Saturday night at 7 pm.

 

 

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Greer leads Panthers to win in home opener

 

BIRMINGHAM | Timothy Greer scored 16 points last night to lead the Birmingham-Southern Panthers to a 69-55 win over New Orleans. Greer, the lone senior, scored nine of his 16 points in the second half during the Panthers home opener for the 81 season. 

 

“Timmy really played well tonight.” BSC coach Jeremy Knight said. “Coming into the season we knew this was his chance to really kind of take over and show everyone else what we already knew. This kid can play.”

 

Greer shot 70 percent from the field and added four rebounds to his performance. 

 

For the second consecutive game the Panthers roared out to an early, dominate lead and then cruised throughout the second half. A Robert Burris three at the 16:45 mark in the first half gave New Orleans a 3-2 lead -- the only lead they would have during the contest.

 

Robert Loar was the catalyst in the first half. Loar scored all 13 of his points and had four rebounds by the intermission. The Privateers focused on shutting Loar down as he only tallied three rebounds in the second half. But all of the attention freed up Greer to go to work and take over in the second half. 

 

“I feel like we have one of the best, if not the best, post combos in the Big South in Timmy and Robert.” Knight said of his front court duo. “They’re just both so well developed to play down low. As you saw tonight Robert can be a handful when you try to play him one-on-one. But if you focus on him and double him then Timmy will step up and make you pay. Both guys are just tremendous players.”

 

Paul Cheatham hit three of BSC’s four 3-point shots in addition to making several free throws down the stretch to help fend off any comeback New Orleans attempted. Cheatham finished with 14 points. 

 

The Panthers once again dominated their opponent on the glass, a 35-27 rebounding advantage for BSC, but Knight says his team is still struggling in certain areas.

 

“I’m very proud of how we attacked the glass tonight.” the coach said. “Anytime you outrebound an opponent by almost 10 you have a good shot at winning. However, we turned the ball over way too many times. We’re definitely going to work on taking care of the ball more this week. We’re also not shooting the 3 as well as I would like for us too. We have some time before conference play starts but I would like to get these issues resolved sooner rather than later.”

 

The Panthers turned the ball over 16 times, but they also had 18 assists to help minimize the damage done from turnovers. Knight’s concerns over 3-point shooting are valid. Birmingham-Southern shot 50% from behind the arc, but only took eight 3-point attempts. Additionally, only two players accounted for BSC’s four made 3-pointers. Cheatham connected on 3-of-6 3-point attempts while Chris Matthews was 1-of-2. Matthews finished the game with six points, three rebounds, and five assists.

 

While the Panthers struggle to have multiple players shoot the 3 consistently, they are certainly shutting down opposing team’s 3-point attacks. New Orleans was held to just 22.2% shooting from behind the arc after going 6-of-27. 

 

Birmingham-Southern (2-0) will take a day off before resuming practice this week. Their next game will be Wednesday event at Wisconsin-Green Bay (0-2). Tipoff is scheduled for 6 pm.

 

 

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GREEN BAY, WIS. | William Wright had the best statistical night of his young career last night to help lead the Birmingham-Southern Panthers to a 75-55 win over Wisconsin-Green Bay. The sophomore reserve, who played more minutes than three of the starters, totaled 13 points and seven rebounds.

 

“William really played well tonight.” BSC coach Jeremy Knight said after the game. “He was given more minutes than he normally would get and made the most of it. Last year we wanted to redshirt him and he wouldn’t have it -- he’s a great competitor.”

 

Wisconsin-Green Bay hung around with the Panthers for most of the first half. Birmingham-Southern was never able to lead by more than four and actually trailed 24-22 with 5:50 remaining in the opening half. The Panthers then went on a 14-3 run to take a 36-27 lead into the half. Birmingham-Southern never trailed the remainder of the game.

 

“We got tested a little bit more tonight than we did in our first two games.” Knight said. “I thought our guys did a good job of handling a little bit of adversity late in the first half and answering like we did.”

 

Rudy Veasley, Chris Matthews, and Paul Cheatham all added 10 points for BSC. The Panthers once again won the rebounding battle, 32-28, but did not dominate the boards like they have in their first two games.

 

“We didn’t do a great job of boxing out and limiting them to one shot each possession. They had way too many offensive rebounds. However, we were able to counteract that by getting to the free throw line and forced them into a lot of turnovers. I’ll never complain about winning a game but we still need to work on some things.”

 

Birmingham-Southern shot 71.4% from the free throw line (20-of-28) and forced Wisconsin-Green Bay into 17 turnovers. 

 

The Panthers have breezed through their competition so thus far this season. As a result, the starters and reserves are sharing the minutes in an almost 55/45 split. The nonconference schedule will pick up for the Panthers, but one has to wonder what impact this might have once Big South play begins. Will BSC’s starters be able to play 30-plus minutes against the likes of top Big South teams? Only time will tell. Saturday’s game against Ball State (2-1) will be a good measuring stick for how BSC fares against better competition. Not only does Ball State have a winning record, they will be the first opponent the Panthers have played this season with a win. Tip off is scheduled for 7 pm.

 

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Some things came up and between that, work, and the fast pace of my hoops world (2 games a day) it was hard to try to keep up with the season in the way that I wanted to. Instead I’m posting the regular season results of BSC’s schedule and going for there. Not sure if I’ll be able to cover this as in depth as I would like to going forward, but I will cover it nonetheless. Here’s how season 81 went for Birmingham-Southern

 

@ Arkansas-Pine Bluff          W     77-50           1-0, 0-0

New Orleans                         W     69-55            2-0, 0-0

@ Wisconsin-Green Bay      W     75-55            3-0, 0-0

Ball State                               W    66-64 (OT)   4-0, 0-0

@ Georgia State                   W     82-45           5-0, 0-0

Santa Clara                           W     78-68           6-0, 0-0

@ Northern Illinois                W     66-50           7-0, 0-0

Auburn                                  W     67-53            8-0, 0-0

@ The Citadel                       W     93-48           9-0, 0-0

Samford                                W     72-43           10-0, 0-0

Liberty*                                 W     70-33            11-0, 1-0

High Point*                            W    72-64            12-0, 2-0

@ Alabama A&M*                 L      73-80            12-1, 2-1

UNC-Asheville*                    W     69-53            13-1, 3-1

@ Coastal Carolina*            W     63-50             14-1, 4-1

@ Radford*                          W     68-46             15-1, 5-1

Alabama State*                   L        68-70            15-2, 5-2

Alabama A&M*                     W     67-57             16-2, 6-2

@ Mississippi Valley State*  W     71-64            17-2, 7-2

@ Charleston Southern*      W     63-56             18-2, 8-2

Mississippi Valley State*      W      73-58            19-2, 9-2

@ Alabama State*                L      56-57             19-3, 9-3

@ UNC-Asheville*                W     77-50             20-3, 10-3

Winthrop*                             W      77-56             21-3, 11-3

VMI*                                     W      56-53             22-3, 12-3

@ High Point*                       L      68-70              22-4, 12-4

 

 

Overall a good season. BSC finished about how I thought they would. The win over Auburn was nice even though they’re not very good, it was just cool to beat a high major team. The win over VMI was huge - they finished the season with the best overall conference record. I was really disappointed in the High Point loss. They were an awful team and I just did a poor job game planning for that game. Anyways, 22-4 (12-4) is a pretty good record to carry into the Big South Tournament.

 

Speaking of the Big South Tournament, here are the following seeds for it:

 

EAST

1 VMI (host team)

2 Radford

3 Coastal Carolina

4 Charleston Southern

5 Winthrop

6 Liberty

 

WEST

1 Alabama State

2 Birmingham-Southern

3 Alabama A&M

4 Mississippi Valley State

5 High Point

6 UNC-Asheville

 

The tournament will follow this format:

Game 1: W4 vs. E5

Game 2: E3 vs. W6

Game 3: E4 vs. W5

Game 4: W3 vs. E6

Game 5: E1 vs. G1 winner

Game 6: W2 vs. G2 winner

Game 7: W1 vs. G3 winner

Game 8: E2 vs. G4 winner

Game 9: G5 winner vs. G6 winner

Game 10: G7 winner vs. G8 winner

Game 11: G9 winner vs. G10 winner

 

BSC has a first round bye which is nice. Plus the toughest teams (Alabama State and Alabama A&M) are on the other side of the bracket. VMI will be a challenge but is definitely a winnable game. Overall I feel like I’m in a pretty good spot to win the conference tournament and make the NCAA Tournament for a second time in three seasons.



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BIG SOUTH TOURNAMENT (@ Lexington, Va.)

FIRST ROUND

[4] Mississippi Valley State 70, [5] Winthrop 59

[3] Coastal Carolina 87, [6] UNC-Asheville 79 (OT)

[5] High Point 77, [4] Charleston Southern 64

[3] Alabama A&M 88, [6] Liberty 65

SECOND ROUND

[1] VMI 78, [4] Mississippi Valley State 67

[2] Birmingham-Southern 59, [3] Coastal Carolina 56

[1] Alabama State 81, [5] High Point 69

[3] Alabama A&M 84, [2] Radford 54

SEMIFINALS

[1] VMI 63, [2] Birmingham-Southern 60

[3] Alabama A&M 77, [1] Alabama State 66

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

[1] VMI 64, [3] Alabama A&M 63

 

 
 
BIG SOUTH AWARDS

 

Player of the Year

Robert Loar                  C     Jr     Birmingham-Southern (13.6 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 1.3 bpg)

 

Defensive Player of the Year

David Stovall                PF   Sr     Radford (9.3 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 1.6 bpg, 1.1 spg)

 

Freshman of the Year

Joshua Mallery             PG   Fr    Winthrop (6.1 ppg, 1.3 spg)

 

FIRST TEAM

PG: Melvin Woodard (Jr., VMI)

SG: Don Deason (Jr., Alabama A&M)

SF: Richard Krauss (Jr., Alabama State)

PF: Timothy Greer (Sr., Birmingham-Southern)

C: Robert Loar (Jr., Birmingham-Southern)

 

SECOND TEAM

PG: Charles Carstarphen (Sr., Alabama State)

SG: Dale Labelle (Sr., Mississippi Valley State)

SF: Robert Mikel (Jr., Alabama State)

PF: Jeffrey Charland (Sr., Alabama State)

C: Dwayne Webb (Sr., Mississippi Valley State)

 

THIRD TEAM

PG: William Morse (Sr., Mississippi Valley State)

SG: James Jordan (Sr., VMI)

SF: Michael Brown (So., Mississippi Valley State)

PF: David Stovall (Sr., Radford)

C: John Portwood (Jr., VMI)

 

HONORABLE MENTION

Clyde Fox (PG, Alabama State)

Curtis Robbins (PG, VMI)

Cody Rogers (PG, Birmingham-Southern)

Danny Golub (SG, Alabama A&M)

Cecil McDermott (SG, Radford)

James Alvarez (SG, High Point)

Leo Swope (SF, Alabama A&M)

Elbert Estrella (SF, Birmingham-Southern)

Matthew Chaffee (SF, Charleston Southern)

Wayne Kelly (PF, VMI)

Lester Hitchcock (PF, Alabama A&M)

Jesse Stern (PF, Alabama A&M)

Paul Davis (C, Radford)

Robert Fisher (C, Alabama State)

William Lyberger (C, Alabama A&M)

 
 
Ughhhhhhh. That loss sucked. Birmingham-Southern finished the 81 season with a 23-5 overall record and third place in the Big South. It was a nice rebound from last season, but I was aiming for another NCAA Tournament berth. The good news is that I'm only losing one player and the majority of my roster will be juniors next season so the next two seasons should be just as good if not better. Four All-Conference players was nice. Really excited to have Loar back for another season. Hopefully he can repeat as POTY and lead us to another championship. Timothy Greer finishes his career as the all-time leader in field goal percentage at Birmingham-Southern with a career mark of 55.8% from the field.
 
Here are my player stats for the season: 
Cody Rogers (Jr., PG)

28 GP/28 GS     24.2 mpg     50%/36.1%/73.8%     5.3 ppg   4.1 apg

 

Robert Loar (Jr., C)

28 GP/28 GS     23.8 mpg     55.1%/---/75.7%     13.3 ppg     6.2 rpg

 

Timothy Greer (Sr., PF)

28 GP/28 GS     22.6 mpg     58%/---/70.8%     11 ppg     4.9 rpg

 

Paul Cheatham (So., SG)

28 GP/16 GS     21.5 mpg     44.9%/42.7%/80.5%     8 ppg     1.8 apg

 

Rudy Veasley (Jr., SF)

28 GP/17 GS     20.1 mpg     51.8%/37.1%/73.7%     4.5 ppg     2.1 apg     3.1 rpg

 

Elbert Estrella (So., SF)

28 GP/11 GS     18.3 mpg     54.5%/40.6%/59.4%     6.6 ppg     1.3 apg     2.7 rpg

 

Chris Matthews (So., SG)

28 GP/12 GS     17.4 mpg     46.9%/43.1%/84.6%     7.3 ppg     2 apg

 

William Big (So., PF)

28 GP/0 GS     17.3 mpg     51.5%/---/65%     3.4 ppg     3.8 rpg

 

William Wright (So., C)

28 GP/0 GS     16.6 mpg     53.4%/0.0%/76.5%     6.4 ppg     5.4 rpg

 

Jared Lobdell (Fr., PG)

28 GP/0 GS     15.1 mpg     45.3%/---/75.6%     2.9 ppg     2.7 apg

 

Richard Kanagy (Fr., PG)

21 GP/0 GS     5.4 mpg     55%/---/76.9%     1.5 ppg



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NCAA DIVISION III TOURNAMENT

 

MIDWEST REGION

FIRST ROUND

[1] Christopher Newport def. [16] Potsdam

[8] Wisconsin-Stevens Point def. [9] Bethany College

[5] Howard Payne def. [12] Brooklyn College

[4] Wisconsin Lutheran def. [13] Calvin College

[6] Chestnut Hill def. [11] Wartburg College

[3] Montclair State def. [14] Westminster (MO)

[10] Palm Beach Atlantic def. [7] New York

[2] Yeshiva def. [15] Wittenberg

SECOND ROUND

[1] Christopher Newport def. [8] Wisconsin-Stevens Point

[5] Howard Payne def. [4] Wisconsin Lutheran

[3] Montclair State def. [6] Chestnut Hill

[2] Yeshiva def. [10] Palm Beach Atlantic

SWEET SIXTEEN

[1] Christopher Newport def. [5] Howard Payne

[3] Montclair State def. [2] Yeshiva

ELITE EIGHT

[1] Christopher Newport def. [3] Montclair State

 

EAST REGION

FIRST ROUND

[1] Greensboro College def. [16] Hampden-Syndney

[9] Anderson def. [8] Wisconsin-Stout

[5] Chicago def. [12] Keene State

[13] Washington College def. [4] Augustana College

[11] Colorado College def. [6] La Grange College

[3] Menlo College def. [14] South Vermont

[7] Catholic def. [10] Stevens Tech

[2] Dallas def. [15] Lycoming College

SECOND ROUND

[1] Greensboro College def. [9] Anderson

[5] Chicago def. [13] Washington College

[3] Menlo College def. [11] Colorado College

[2] Dallas def. [7] Catholic

SWEET SIXTEEN

[1] Greensboro College def. [5] Chicago

[3] Menlo College def. [2] Dallas

ELITE EIGHT

[3] Menlo College def. [1] Greensboro College

 

SOUTH REGION

FIRST ROUND

[1] Oglethorpe def. [16] Cal State-Eastbay

[9] Endicott College def. [8] William Patterson

[5] Lewis and Clark def. [12] Carleton College

[4] Union College def. [13] Grinnell College

[6] North Carolina Wesleyan def. [11] Juniata College

[3] Centre College def. [14] Martin Luther

[7] Dominican def. [10] Johnson and Wales

[2] Upper Iowa def. [15] Alvernia College

SECOND ROUND

[1] Oglethorpe def. [9] Endicott College

[4] Union College def. [5] Lewis and Clark

[3] Centre College def. [6] North Carolina Wesleyan

[2] Upper Iowa def. [7] Dominican

SWEET SIXTEEN

[4] Union College def. [1] Oglethorpe

[3] Centre College def. [2] Upper Iowa

ELITE EIGHT

[4] Union College def. [3] Centre College

 

WEST REGION

FIRST ROUND

[1] Shenandoah def. [16] Maine-Presque Isle

[8] Williamette def. [9] Fitchburg State

[12] Delaware Valley def. [5] St. Norbert

[13] Utica College def. [4] Clarkson

[6] City College of New York def. [11] Worcester State

[3] California Tech def. [14] Mississippi College

[7] Capital def. [10] Southwestern

[2] Averett def. [15] St. Olaf College

SECOND ROUND

[1] Shenandoah def. [8] Williamette

[13] Utica College def. [12] Delaware Valley

[3] California Tech def. [6] City College of New York

[2] Averett def. [7] Capital

SWEET SIXTEEN

[13] Utica College def. [1] Shenandoah

[3] California Tech def. [2] Averett

ELITE EIGHT

[3] California Tech def. [13] Utica College

 

FINAL FOUR

[1] Christopher Newport def. [3] Menlo College

[3] California Tech def. [4] Union College

 

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

[1] Christopher Newport def. [3] California Tech

 

 

NCAA DIVISION II TOURNAMENT

 

FIRST ROUND

MIDWEST REGION

[1] Tarleton State def. [16] Southwest Minnesota State

[9] Kutztown def. [8] Southern Indiana

[5] West Florida def. [12] Clark Atlanta

[4] Philadelphia def. [13] Florida Southern

[11] Findlay def. [6] LIU-CW Post

[3] Catawba College def. [14] Washburn

[7] Seattle def. [10] Adams State

[2] San Francisco State def. [15] Delta State

EAST REGION

[1] Green Mountain def. [16] St. Michael’s

[8] Grand Canyon def. [9] Northern Kentucky

[5] Northeastern State def. [12] St. Paul’s College

[4] Northwest Nazarene def. [13] Limestone College

[11] Arkansas-Monticello def. [6] West Texas A&M

[3] UNC-Pembroke def. [14] University of D.C.

[10] New Jersey Tech def. [7] Colorado School of Mines

[2] Cal State-Chico def. [15] Mercy College

SOUTH REGION

[1] Abilene Christian def. [16] Central Arkansas

[8] Alaska-Fairbanks def. [9] North Dakota State

[5] Cal State-Los Angeles def. [12] Presbyterian

[4] Western State def. [13] West Alabama

[11] Rollins College def. [6] Cal State-San Bernardino

[14] Northwood def. [3] Indianapolis

[10] Angelo State def. [7] Fairmont State

[2] Merrimack College def. [15] Kennesaw State

WEST REGION

[1] Metro State def. [16] Texas A&M-Commerce

[9] Eastern New Mexico def. [8] Montana State-Billings

[12] California-San Diego def. [5] Mercyhurst College

[4] Tusculum College def. [13] Western Oregon

[6] Bowie State def. [11] Wisconsin-Parkside

[3] Cal State-Dominguez Hills def. [14] Washington Adventist

[7] Mount Olive def. [10] Ouachita Baptist

[2] Midwestern State def. [15] Molloy College

 

SECOND ROUND

MIDWEST REGION

[1] Tarleton State def. [9] Kutztown

[4] Philadelphia def. [5] West Florida

[11] Findlay def. [3] Catawba College

[7] Seattle def. [2] San Francisco State

EAST REGION

[8] Grand Canyon def. [1] Green Mountain

[4] Northwest Nazarene def. [5] Northeastern State

[11] Arkansas-Monticello def. [3] UNC-Pembroke

[10] New Jersey Tech def. [2] Cal State-Chico

SOUTH REGION

[8] Alaska-Fairbanks def. [1] Abilene Christian

[5] Cal State-Los Angeles def. [4] Western State

[11] Rollins College def. [14] Northwood

[10] Angelo State def. [2] Merrimack College

WEST REGION

[1] Metro State def. [9] Eastern New Mexico

[4] Tusculum College def. [12] California-San Diego

[3] Cal State-Dominguez Hills def. [6] Bowie State

[7] Mount Olive def. [2] Midwestern State

 

SWEET SIXTEEN

MIDWEST REGION

[1] Tarleton State def. [4] Philadelphia

[7] Seattle def. [11] Findlay

EAST REGION

[4] Northwest Nazarene def. [8] Grand Canyon

[10] New Jersey Tech def. [11] Arkansas-Monticello

SOUTH REGION

[5] Cal State-Los Angeles def. [8] Alaska-Fairbanks

[10] Angelo State def. [11] Rollins College

WEST REGION

[1] Metro State def. [4] Tusculum College

[7] Mount Olive def. [3] Cal State-Dominguez Hills

 

ELITE EIGHT

MIDWEST REGION

[1] Tarleton State def. [7] Seattle

EAST REGION

[10] New Jersey Tech def. [4] Northwest Nazarene

SOUTH REGION

[10] Angelo State def. [5] Cal State-Los Angeles

WEST REGION

[7] Mount Olive def. [1] Metro State

 

FINAL FOUR

[1] Tarleton State def. [10] New Jersey Tech

[7] Mount Olive def. [10] Angelo State

 

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

[1] Tarleton State def. [7] Mount Olive

 

 

NIT

 

FIRST ROUND

[8] Arkansas 87, [1] Loyola College 77

[4] South Carolina 79, [5] IPFW 68

[3] Notre Dame 89, [6] Nebraska 70

[2] Washington State 70, [7] Morehead State 68

[1] Brown 73, [8] Southern Methodist 59

[5] USC 67, [4] Richmond 63

[3] BYU 74, [6] Monmouth 62

[2] Cincinnati 79, [7] Eastern Kentucky 52

[1] Arizona 74, [8] Hampton 58

[5] Wake Forest 63, [4] Fairfield 59

[3] Rutgers 53, [6] Texas Tech 47

[2] Penn State 82, [7] Holy Cross 71

[8] Fairleigh Dickinson 83, [1] Bradley 79

[5] Michigan 67, [4] Pennsylvania 56

[3] Fresno State 66, [6] Oklahoma State 60

[2] St. John’s 84, [7] Boston College 67

 

SECOND ROUND

[4] South Carolina 94, [8] Arkansas 75

[2] Washington State 60, [3] Notre Dame 59

[1] Brown 93, [5] USC 83

[2] Cincinnati 61, [3] BYU 46

[1] Arizona 57, [5] Wake Forest 55

[3] Rutgers 73, [2] Penn State 54

[5] Michigan 81, [8] Fairleigh Dickinson 71

[3] Fresno State 74, [2] St. John’s 72

 

THIRD ROUND

[2] Washington State 70, [4] South Carolina 65

[1] Brown 57, [2] Cincinnati 50

[1] Arizona 52, [3] Rutgers 46

[3] Fresno State 83, [5] Michigan 81 (OT)

 

SEMIFINALS (@ New York, N.Y.)

[1] Brown 68, [2] Washington State 56

[1] Arizona 63, [3] Fresno State 58

 

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME (@ New York, N.Y.)

[1] Arizona 74, [1] Brown 60

 

 

NCAA DIVISION I TOURNAMENT

 

FIRST ROUND

MIDWEST REGION

[1] Connecticut 117, [16] New Mexico State 66

[8] Wisconsin 66, [9] UAB 53

[12] Colorado State 77, [5] Duke 70 (OT)

[4] Alabama 69, [13] Northern Arizona 64

[11] Columbia 48, [6] Minnesota 46

[3] Colorado 78, [14] Old Dominion 59

[7] Virginia 75, [10] Georgetown 61

[2] UCLA 93, [15] Murray State 68

EAST REGION

[1] Florida 88, [16] DePaul 59

[9] American 77, [8] Air Force 75 (OT)

[5] Michigan State 63, [12] Central Connecticut State 45

[4] North Carolina 59, [13] San Jose State 42

[11] George Mason 80, [6] Kentucky 76

[3] Northwestern 70, [14] Miami (OH) 48

[7] Providence 60, [10] Howard 43

[2] Kansas 90, [15] UNC-Greensboro 48

SOUTH REGION

[1] Seton Hall 73, [16] Nicholls State 50

[9] Indiana 73, [8] Houston 66

[12] Florida State 62, [5] LSU 61

[4] Texas 84, [13] Albany 74

[6] Virginia Tech 65, [11] Massachusetts 53

[3] Utah 74, [14] Mississippi State 57

[7] Texas A&M 83, [10] Louisville 60

[2] Ohio State 73, [15] Louisiana-Lafayette 51

WEST REGION

[1] Oklahoma 88, [16] Indiana State 58

[9] Xavier 72, [8] Harvard 67

[5] Washington 84, [12] New Hampshire 65

[4] Illinois 60, [13] Georgia 51

[6] Miami (FL) 79, [11] Missouri 72

[3] Syracuse 80, [14] VMI 62

[7] Iowa 63, [10] San Diego State 59

[2] Ole Miss 87, [15] Stetson 48

 

SECOND ROUND

MIDWEST REGION

[1] Connecticut 71, [8] Wisconsin 66

[12] Colorado State 87, [4] Alabama 72

[3] Colorado 61, [11] Columbia 59

[2] UCLA 105, [7] Virginia 81

EAST REGION

[1] Florida 76, [9] American 64

[4] North Carolina 65, [5] Michigan State 57

[3] Northwestern 66, [11] George Mason 39

[7] Providence 47, [2] Kansas 42

SOUTH REGION

[1] Seton Hall 75, [9] Indiana 56

[4] Texas 60, [12] Florida State 59

[6] Virginia Tech 65, [3] Utah 39

[2] Ohio State 81, [7] Texas A&M (OT)

WEST REGION

[1] Oklahoma 63, [9] Xavier 61

[4] Illinois 73, [5] Washington 66

[3] Syracuse 84, [6] Miami (FL) 73

[7] Iowa 71, [2] Ole Miss 61

 

SWEET SIXTEEN

MIDWEST REGION (@ Cleveland, Ohio)

[1] Connecticut 61, [12] Colorado State 51

[2] UCLA 71, [3] Colorado 51

EAST REGION (@ Brooklyn, N.Y.)

[1] Florida 76, [4] North Carolina 59

[7] Providence 59, [3] Northwestern 58

SOUTH REGION (@ Orlando, Fla.)

[4] Texas 94, [1] Seton Hall 93

[6] Virginia Tech 59, [2] Ohio State 44

WEST REGION (@ Phoenix, Ariz.)

[1] Oklahoma 75, [4] Illinois 65

[3] Syracuse 64, [7] Iowa 49

 

ELITE EIGHT

MIDWEST REGION (@ Cleveland, Ohio)

[1] Connecticut 93, [2] UCLA 76

EAST REGION (@ Brooklyn, N.Y.)

[1] Florida 80, [7] Providence 63

SOUTH REGION (@ Orlando, Fla.)

[4] Texas 69, [6] Virginia Tech 61

WEST REGION (@ Phoenix, Ariz.)

[1] Oklahoma 91, [3] Syracuse 76

 

FINAL FOUR (@ New Orleans, La.)

[1] Florida 90, [1] Connecticut 88 (2OT)

[1] Oklahoma 79, [4] Texas 75

 

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME (@ New Orleans, La.)

[1] Florida 86, [1] Oklahoma 61

 

 

AP AWARDS

 

Player of the Year

Charles Parkerson    Sr.   SG   Connecticut (22.8 ppg/3.5 apg)

 

Defensive Player of the Year

David Stovall             Sr.   PF   Radford (10 ppg, 5.9 rpg, 1.4 bpg)

 

Freshman of the Year

James Blackwelder   Fr.   SF   Arizona (15.6 ppg)

 

 

1st Team All-America

PG: Walter Lowery (Sr., Loyola (MD))

SG: Charles Parkerson (Sr., Connecticut)

SF: Max Michaud (Sr., Northwestern)

PF: Jose Salazar (Sr., American)

C: Toby Broussard (Sr., SMU)

 

 

2nd Team All-America

PG: Barry Allen (Sr., Massachusetts)

SG: Michael Spears (Sr., Cincinnati)

SF: Mark Stewart (Sr., Stony Brook)

PF: Edwin Meade (Sr., Arizona State)

C: Leon Pettus (Sr., UCLA)

 

 

3rd Team All-America

PG: Angel Ricci (Jr., Air Force)

SG: Richard Luczak (Sr., Gonzaga)

SF: Bryan Glass (Sr., Murray State)

PF: Fritz Anderson (So., Illinois)

C: Benjamin Sims (Jr., UAB)

 

 

 

 

 






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