Thursday, December 13, 2012

MAAC adds 3 NEC Schools

In a move that has been expected since December 3, the MAAC will make it official on Friday in adding Quinnipiac, Monouth and Wagner. The schools will replace the departed Loyola (joining the Patriot League) and further expand the conference to 12 members.
The loss of the three schools from the Northeast Conference will drop their membership from 12 to 9 members. They will likely opt to remain at 9 or add a single school to expand to 10. N.J.I.T. is the only current Division 1 candidate that could instantly fill that position. The NEC might also consider potential regional Division 2 upgrades as candidates.
For the MAAC, the move to 12 should provide some security in the even that through conference realignment in other conferences, that they would lose too many future members. MAAC schools could always be future A10 replacements depending on what happens with the Big East non-football schools.
For the NEC, at their current 9 or with a new addition like NJIT at 10 members, their likely only fear would come if the America East conference were to opt to expand. But unless that were to happen with more than 2 schools leaving the NEC, the conference would likely be able to remain stable.
Monmouth and Wagner are expected to remain in the NEC for football as associate members. The NEC already includes associate member Duquesne, which is in the Atlantic 10 for other sports. With the loss of Albany football to the CAA and with Rhode Island opting to remain in the CAA rather than join the NEC, NEC football would still remain at 8 members.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Mt. St. Mary's Falls To PITT in Opener

Pittsburgh 80, Mount St. Mary's 48

PITTSBURGH -- Talib Zanna scored a career-high 20 points and Pittsburgh had little trouble in an 80-48 win over Mount St. Mary's on Friday night.

Tray Woodall added 14 points and six assists for the Panthers, who improved to 10-0 in season openers under coach Jamie Dixon. Highly touted freshman center Steven Adams had eight points, eight rebounds and four blocks in 26 minutes for Pitt.
The Panthers set a school record by shooting 70 percent (34 of 48) from the field.
Xavier Owens led the Mountaineers with 15 points and Rashad Whack added 11 but Mount St. Mary's couldn't keep up with the bigger, deeper Panthers.
Pitt outscored Mount St. Mary's 58-14 in the paint and shut Mount St. Mary's down following a slow start. The Panthers broke it open with a 12-0 run to start the second half. Mt. St. Mary's hosts  University of Hartford on Tuesday November 13.

Monday, November 5, 2012

2012-2013 Independents Preseason Rosters

Cal St. Bakersfield Roadrunners  (Head Coach: Rod Barnes)
44 Stephon Carter,G,6-3/Sr. (12.1ppg, 3.9rpg,2.3apg)- Hometown: Bakersfield, Calif.
12 Issiah Grayson,G,5-11/Sr. (10.2ppg, 5.8apg, 2.0spg)- Hometown: Atlanta, Ga.
5 Zach Lamb,G,6-3/Sr. (10.2ppg)- Hometown: Norcross, Ga.
1 Tyrone White,G/F,6-7/Sr. (7.7ppg)- Hometown: Portland, Oregon
11 Mo Hughley,F,6-7/Sr. (5.5ppg, 3.5rpg)- Hometown: Queens Village, N.Y.
21 Adam Young,F,6-8/Sr. (4.7ppg, 2.0rpg)- Hometown: Las Vega, Nev.
15 Kregg Jones,F,6-8/So. (Redshirt)
0 Justin Omogun,F,6-8/So. Western Nebraska CC
2 Brandon Barnes,G,6-1/Jr. (Transfer/Lipscomb)
3 Javonte Maynor,G,6-0/So. (Transfer/Georgia St.)
4 Matthew Ratto,G,5-11/Jr. Modesto (Calif) JC
20 Britton Williams,G,5-11/Fr. Bakersfield,Calif. (Liberty HS.)
22 Corey Hall,F,6-7/Jr. Ventura (Calif.) JC
24 Erik Kinney,F,6-4/Fr. Fairfield,Calif. (Sacramento HS.)
55 Tyler Smith,C,6-11/Jr. Howard (Tex.) JC

New Orleans Privateers (Head Coach: Mark Siessinger)
12 Max Banchy,G,6-3/Jr. (5.7ppg, 1.8rpg)- Hometown: Stillwater,Minn.
2 Darrell Williams, G,5-9/Sr. (5.3ppg, 2.5apg)- Hometown: New Orleans, La.
32 Lovell Cook,F,6-6/Sr. (5.1ppg)- Hometown: New Orleans, La.
3 Rarlensee Nelson,G,5-8/Sr. (4.6ppg, 2.4apg)- Hometown: Ville Platte, La.
25 Benjamin James,G,6-3/So. (1.2ppg)- Hometown: Maurice,La.
0 Tradarrius McPhearson,G,6-1/Jr. East Mississippi CC
1 Corey Blake,G/F, 6-5/Jr. Southern-Shreveport JC
4 Cory Dixon,F,6-7/Jr. Hutchinson (Kan.)JC
5 Eddie Denard,F,6-5/Jr. Kirkwood (Ill.) CC
10 Tommy Hobbs, F,6-5/Fr. Anchorage,Alaska (South Anchorage HS.)
11 Isaac Mack,G,6-1/Jr. Panola (Tex.) JC
13 John Reese, G,6-4/Fr. Leesville, La. (Anacoco HS.)
15 Kevin Hill,F,6-7/Fr. Marrero,La. (John Ehret HS.)
20 Evans Ganapamo,G/F,6-5/Fr. Mandeville(La.) HS.
22 Mitchell Parker,F,6-8/Fr. Tallahassee,Fla. (North Florida Christian HS.)
24 Maurice County,G,6-1/Jr. Pineville (LA.) HS.
40 Travis Avery,c,6-8/Fr. Algiers,La. (Country Day School)

Monday, October 29, 2012

Cal St. Bakersfield and Utah Valley to join the WAC IN 2013-2014

This afternoon, the beleaguered Western Athletic Conference, which looked to be down to four members for 2013-14 -- or three, if Idaho goes ahead with a return to the Big Sky -- received a needed boost for the future. Independent Cal State Bakersfield and the Great West's Utah Valley are now set to join for next season, which would give the league six members, provided the Vandals stick around.
That number would be enough to keep the conference in Division I, thanks to NCAA bylaw However, bylaws and, just below in the manual. indicate that a half-dozen is not enough for men's basketball; the WAC would need one more to retain its auto bid. When the conference moves to six (or five, depending on what Idaho does) members in 2013-14, it will enter a two-year grace period. During this time, the WAC would hang on to its bid while needing to pick up another member (two if Idaho goes) to keep it permanently -- or at least until the next round of realignment comes around.
Things aren't quite so rosy for the conference (and I'm tempted to put that word in quotation marks) Utah Valley is leaving, the Great West. Thanks to those pesky NCAA bylaws, the league wasn't going to earn an automatic bid to the Tournament until 2020 at the earliest. Given that lengthy wait, it's not surprising the conference's members have had at least one eye (if not both) on moving to a grouping with a guaranteed place at the March Madness table. South Dakota was the first to go, heading to the Summit League for 2011-12. Neighbors North Dakota jumped to the Big Sky a year later, after their nickname issue was resolved. Houston Baptist, like Utah Valley, will be on the way out after this season, with the Huskies destined for the growing Southland Conference.
That leaves the 2013-14 Great West, boasting a far-flung membership of Chicago State,NJIT, and Texas-Pan American, looking even more like a poor attempt at a scheduling alliance than an actual conference. And not just basketball will be affected by these moves, as affiliate members in baseball (North Dakota, Northern Colorado, and NYIT) and women's soccer (Delaware State, Howard, and South Carolina State) will have to scramble to find new homes if the conference meets a (likely) demise.
According to the Las Cruces Sun-News, the WAC might still invite Chicago State and UTPA, simultaneously finishing off the Great West and ending its search for a seventh (and eighth) member. Naturally, the Cougars and Broncs would probably rather join conferences that make more geographic sense. However, considering the Southland rejected UTPA earlier this year and Chicago State was forced out of the Summit League, the two schools may not have a choice.
With Cal State Bakersfield and New Orleans finding conference homes and its conference disintegrating, NJIT might soon become the nation's lone independent in basketball. Yet, with another wave of realignment possible among East Coast mid-majors, thanks to the Colonial Athletic Association's need to find at least one more member, and potentially more, the Highlanders may soon find a permanent home ... one owning that coveted automatic bid.

Eeverything College Hoops 2012-2013 Southern Conference Preseason Polls

With only a few days away before the start of 2012-2013 College Hoops season, 
listed below is Everything College Hoops Preseason Southern Conference Polls, All- Conference Teams and More..

1. Western Carolina
2. Elon
3. UNC Greensboro
4. Samford
5. Chattanooga
6. Appalachian St.
1. Davidson
2. College of Charleston
3. Wofford
4. Georgia Southern
5. The Citadel
6. Furman

All Conference First-Team
F Jake Cohen,6-10/Sr. (Davidson)
F Mike Groselle,6-8/Sr. (The Citadel)
F Eric Ferguson,6-7/Jr. (Georgia Southern)
G Andrew Lawrence,6-1/Sr. (College of Charleston)
G Trevis Simpson,6-4/Jr. (UNC Greensboro)
F Drazen Zlovaric,6-9/Sr. (Chattanooga)
F De'Mon Brooks,6-7/Jr. (Davidson)
G Jack Isenbarger,6-2/Jr. (Elon)
G Trey Sumler,6-2/Jr. (Western Carolina)
G Jelani Hewitt,G,6-2/Jr. (Georgia Southern)

Top NBA Prospects
Mike Groselle,F/C,6-8/Sr. (The Citadel)
Jake Cohen,F/C,6-10/Sr. (Davidson)

Player of the Year
Eric Ferguson (Georgia Southern)

Friday, October 26, 2012

Everything College Hoops Preseason NEC All Conference Teams and More...

On Tuesday the Northeast Conference revealed their preseason polls and all conference teams, and today Everything College Hoops is revealing our All NEC Conference Teams and more.

All NEC First-Team
F Julian Boyd,6-7/Sr. (LIU-Brooklyn)
F Jamal Olasewere,6-7/Sr. (LIU-Brooklyn)
F Ike Azotam,6-7/Jr. (Quinnipiac)
F Alex Francis,6-6/Jr. (Bryant)
G Shane Gibson,6-2/Sr. (Sacred Heart)
All NEC Second- Team
G Velton Jones, 6-0/Sr. (Robert Morris)
G Melquan Bolding, 6-3/Sr. (Fairleigh Dickinson)
G Jason Brickman,5-11/Jr. (LIU-Brooklyn)
G Latif Rivers, 6-1/Jr. (Wagner)
F Justin Swidowski,6-9/Sr. (Sacred Heart)
All NEC Third- Team
G Kyle Vinales, 6-1/So. (Central Conn. St.)
G Julian Norfleet,6-2/Jr. (Mt. St. Mary's)
G Jonathon Williams,6-6/Sr. (Wagner)
F Akeem Johnson,6-6/Sr. (St. Francis,N.Y.)
F Raven Barber,6-8/Sr. (Mt. St. Mary's)
Best Pure Shooter
Shane Gibson, Sacred Heart
Best Glass Eater
Ike Azotam, Quinnipiac
Best All Around Player
Jamal Olasewere, LIU-Brooklyn
3-pt. specialist
Rashad Whack, Mt. St. Mary's
Most Underrated
Raven Barber, Mt. St. Mary's
Top NBA Prospects
Julian Boyd, LIU-Brooklyn
Jamal Olasewere, LIU-Brooklyn
Shane Gibson, Sacred Heart
All NEC Newcomer First-Team
F Matt Hunter,6-5/Jr. (Central Conn. St.)
F Curtis Oakley,6-4/Fr. (Bryant)
G Sam Prescott,6-3/Jr. (Mt. St. Mary's)
G Dwaun Anderson,6-4/So. (Wagner)
G Dyami Starks,6-2/Jr. (Bryant)
All NEC Newcomer Second-Team
G Khalen Cumberlander,6-3/Fr. (Central Conn. St.)
G Shivaughn Wiggins,5-10/Fr. (Mt. St. Mary's)
G Tariq Carey,6-2/Fr. (Quinnipiac)
F Tevin Falzone,6-7/Fr. (Sacred Heart)
F Ronnie Drinnon,6-7/Fr. (St. Francis, Pa.)

NEC Player of Year
Shane Gibson, Sacred Heart
NEC Newcomer of Year
Sam Prescott, Mt. St. Mary's

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Everything College Hoops Preseason NEC Men's Hoops Poll

Now that the NEC released their Coaches poll......we have come up with our own Northeast Conference Predictions.

1. LIU-Brooklyn
2. Quinnipiac
3. Wagner
4. Robert Morris
5. St. Francis (NY)
6. Mount Saint Mary's
7. Sacred Heart
8. Monmouth
9. Central Conn. St.
10. St. Francis (PA)
11. Bryant
12. Fairleigh Dickinson

Our sleeper team this year is Mount Saint Mary's under New and energetic Head Coach Jamion Christian. The Mounties may not make the Big Dance this year but Watch Out in the coming years as they will make a run at the top Dogs in this conference!!

Most underrated player this season will be Mount Saint Mary's Senior Forward Raven Barber, he will have the chance to not only show the NEC his inside game but also step outside and surprise everyone with a perimeter game as well......just keep your eyes open wide!! MOUNT MAYHEM!!

NEC Released Preseason men's and women's hoops polls

Today October 23rd The Northeast Conference revealed it's 2012-2013 Men's and Women's
College Basketball Preseason polls and All-Teamers. The NEC looks very strong from top to bottom in both leagues. In 2011-2012 the Northeast Conference Women's Basketball league had the #15 rated RPI in the NCAA out of all conferences, a EXTREMELY HUGE move considering the NEC is considered a LOW Major D1 Conference. Listed Below is order of finish for the men and women hoops squads.

2012-2013 NEC Women's Basketball 
Preseason Coaches Poll
1. Quinnipiac
2. Sacred Heart
3. Monmouth
4. St. Francis (PA)
5. Robert Morris
6. LIU-Brooklyn
7. Mount Saint Mary's
8. Central Conn. St.
9. Bryant
10. Fairleigh Dickinson
11. St. Francis (N.Y.)
12. Wagner
Preseason All NEC Women's Team
Alysha Womack (Monmouth)
Alli Williams (St. Francis, PA)
Artemis Spanou (Robert Morris)
Felicia Barron (Quinnipiac)
Gabrielle Washington (Sacred Heart)

2012-2013 NEC Men's Basketball
Preseason Coaches Poll
1. LIU-Brooklyn
2. Robert Morris
3. Wagner
4. Quinnipiac
5. St. Francis (N.Y.)
6. Sacred Heart
7. Monmouth
8. Central Conn. St.
9. Mount Saint Mary's
10. Bryant
11. Fairleigh Dickinson
12. St. Francis (PA)
Preseason All NEC Men's Team
Julian Boyd (LIU-Brooklyn)
Jamal Olasewere (LIU-Brooklyn)
Ike Azotam (Quinnipiac)
Shane Gibson (Sacred Heart)
Velton Jones (Robert Morris)

2012-2013 Northeast Conference Team by Team Preseason Starting line-ups and depth charts

Below you will find preseason Starting Line-ups and depth charts barring any injuries, suspensions etc. Also 2011-2012 stats.

Bryant Bulldogs
5 Frankie Dobbs,6-3/Sr. 13.3ppg, 3.5rpg, 4.6apg
1 Corey Maynard,6-3/Jr. 11.4ppg, 4.8rpg, 3.5apg
33 Joe O'Shea,6-4/Jr. Sat out 11'-12' season, Transfer/Holy Cross
23 Alex Francis,6-6/Jr. 17.0ppg, 7.4rpg
2 Curtis Oakley,6-4/Fr. Highschool Stats: 19.0ppg, 7.5rpg
10 Raphael Jordan,G,6-1/Sr. 7.1ppg, 3.1rpg, 1.4apg
44 Claybrin McMath,F,6-8/Jr. 4.8ppg, 2.9rpg
4 Daniel Calandrillo, G,6-3/Sr. 3.4ppg
15 Vlad Kondratyev,F,6-8/Sr. 2.4ppg, 2.1rpg
12 Dyami Starks,G,6-2/Jr. Sat out 11'-12' season, Transfer/Columbia
14 Andrew Scocca,F,6-8/Fr. Highschool stats: 15.0ppg, 10.0rpg, 3.0apg

Central Conn. St. Blue Devils
1 Kyle Vinales,6-1/So. 17.9ppg, 2.0rpg, 3.6apg
12 Khalen Cumberlander,6-3/Fr. Highschool Stats: 17.0ppg, 6.0rpg, 6.0apg, 5.0spg
15 Erik Raleigh,6-8/Fr. Redshirt 11'-12' season
21 Joe Efese,6-6/Sr. 3.9ppg, 3.9rpg
0 Adonis Burbage,6-5/So. 2.6ppg
11 Malcolm McMillian,G,6-0/So. 2.4ppg, 2.9rpg
33 Terrell Allen,F,6-6/Jr. 2.1ppg, 2.5rpg
10 Shelton Mickell,G,6-2/So. 1.7ppg
25 Matt Hunter, G/F, 6-5/Jr. JUCO stats: 17.0ppg, 4.0rpg
5 De'Angelo Speech, G,6-5/Jr. 1.2ppg

FDU Knights
0 Lonnie Hayes,6-0/Sr. 13.0ppg, 3.3rpg, 4.1apg
5 Melquan Bolding,6-3/Sr. 15.1ppg, 3.0rpg, 1.9apg
24 Mustafaa Jones,6-3/So. Sat out 11'-12' season, Transfer/Hartford
44 Kinu Rochford,6-6/Sr. 9.3ppg, 6.8rpg
34 Kyle Pearson,6-5/Fr. Highschool stats: 21.0ppg, 8.0rpg
23 Lonnie Robinson,G,6-5/Sr. 6.9ppg, 3.3rpg
22 Mathias Seilund,F,6-7/Jr. 3.2ppg, 1.9rpg
2 Yves Jules,G,6-2/Jr. Sat out 11'-12' season, Transfer/Hofstra
10 Sekou Harris,G,5-11/Fr. Highschool stats: 14.5ppg, 4.5apg
20 Xavier Harris, F,6-5/Fr. Highschool stats: 14.0ppg, 7.0rpg

Long Island Blackbirds
15 Jason Brickman,5-10/Jr. 9.6ppg, 7.3apg
3 C.J. Garner,5-10/Sr. 12.6ppg, 2.5rpg, 3.3apg
42 Julian Boyd,6-7/Sr. 17.4ppg, 9.3rpg
32 Kenny Onyechi,6-7/Sr. 5.3ppg, 3.3rpg
1 Jamal Olasewere,6-7/Sr. 16.9ppg, 7.5rpg
11 Brandon Thompson,G,6-1/Sr. 4.4ppg, 2.5rpg
20 Booker Hucks,F,6-6/Sr. 1.4ppg, 1.4rpg
5 Troy Joseph,G/F, 6-6/So. Redshirt 11'-12' season
00 D.J. Griggs,G,6-0/Fr. Highschool stats: 22.6ppg, 5.7apg, 4.4rpg
23 Gilbert Parga,G/F, 6-4/Jr. JUCO stats: 17.8ppg #61 JUCO recruit in country

Monmouth Hawks
2 Jesse Steele,5-8/Sr. 12.6ppg, 2.0rpg
1 Dion Nesmith,6-0/Sr. 8.8ppg, 3.1rpg
13 Andrew Nicholas,6-6/So. 8.8ppg, 2.6rpg
21 Marcus Ware,6-8/Sr. 6.4ppg, 3.9rpg
32 Ed Waite,6-3/Sr. 7.1ppg, 5.4rpg
25 Gary Cox,F,6-5/Sr. 5.2ppg
11 Khalil Brown,F,6-9/So. Redshirt 11'-12' season
4 Jalen Palm.G,5-10/Fr. Highschool Stats: 15.0ppg
23 Stephen Spinella,G,6-4/Sr. Transfer/South Carolina
30 Collin Stewart,F,6-7/Fr. Highschool stats: 29.6ppg

Mt.St.Mary's Mountaineers
5 Josh Castellanos,6-1/Jr. 8.1ppg, 4.6apg
23 Julian Norfleet,6-2/Jr. 13.7ppg, 4.2rpg, 2.3apg
3 Sam Prescott,6-3/Jr. Sat out 11'-12' season, Transfer/Marist
13 Kristijan Krajina,6-9/Jr. 5.3ppg, 3.9rpg
35 Raven Barber,6-8/Sr. 9.2ppg, 4.5rpg
21 Kelvin Parker,G/F, 6-3/So. 9.0ppg, 4.6rpg, 1.3spg
1 Xavier Owens,F,6-5/So. 2.9ppg, 2.2rpg
50 Taylor Danaher,C,7-0/Fr. Redshirt 11'-12' season
22 Rashad Whack,G,6-2/Jr. Sat out 11'-12' season, Transfer/George Mason
25 Melvin Gregory,F,6-8/Fr.  Highschool stats: 20.0ppg, 15.0rpg,5.0bpg
10 Shivaughn Wiggins, G,5-10/Fr. Highschool stats: 25.4ppg, 5.2apg, 3.2spg

Quinnipiac Bobcats
2 Dave Johnson,5-10/Sr. 8.7ppg, 4.0rpg, 3.7apg
1 Zaid Hearst,6-4/So. 7.2ppg, 3.7rpg
23 Ousmane Drame,6-9/So. 6.5ppg, 7.2rpg
4 Ike Azotam,6-7/Jr. 15.8ppg, 9.5rpg
35 Jamee Jackson,6-7/Sr. 8.4ppg, 5.1rpg
10 Garvey Young,G,6-5/Sr. 5.9ppg, 3.8rpg
22 Justin Harris, F,6-8/So. 1.5ppg, 1.4rpg
30 James Ford,G,6-4/Fr. Highschool stats: 18.5ppg, 6.0rpg, 5.0apg
3 Kendrick Ray,G,6-1/Fr. Highschool stats: 17.0ppg, 6.0apg, 3.0spg

Robert Morris Colonials
2 Velton Jones, 6-0/Sr. 16.0ppg, 2.8rpg
3 Coron Williams,6-2/Jr. 10.8ppg, 2.6rpg
1 Mike McFadden,6-8/Jr. 8.4ppg, 4.3rpg
34 Russell Johnson,6-6/Sr. 8.5ppg, 5.7rpg
22 Lucky Jones,6-5/So. 8.5ppg, 6.1rpg
11 Lijah Thompson,F,6-7/Sr. 7.3ppg, 4.2rpg
5 Anthony Myers,G,5-11/Jr. 6.2ppg, 2.6rpg
45 Keith Armstrong,F,6-7/So. 2.0ppg
4 David Appolon,G,6-2/So. 2.0ppg

Sacred Heart Pioneers
25 Shane Gibson,6-2/Sr. 22.0ppg, 4.7rpg, 2.2apg
11 Chris Evans,6-3/Jr. 8.1ppg, 3.5rpg, 2.3apg
12 Louis Montes,6-4/Jr. 7.8ppg, 5.1rpg
3 Cole Walton,6-11/Fr. Highschool stats: 12.5ppg
5 Justin Swidowski,6-9/Sr. 11.1ppg, 5.3rpg
31 Steve Glowiak,G,6-3/So. 4.4ppg
4 Phil Gaetano,G,5-10/So. 4.3ppg, 2.1rpg
30 Nick Greenbacker,F/C, 6-9/Sr. 3.2ppg, 2.2rpg
21 Femi Akinpetide,F,6-6/Sr. 2.0ppg,1.9rpg

St. Francis (N.Y.) Terriers
32 Dre Calloway,6-0/Sr. Redshirt 11'-12' season
3 Ben Mockford,6-2/Jr. 11.8ppg, 1.7rpg
5 Jalen Cannon,6-6/So. 8.0ppg, 8.8rpg
30 Akeem Johnson,6-6/Sr. 11.3ppg, 5.1rpg
14 Travis Nichols,6-4/Sr. 9.3ppg, 4.2rpg
1 Brent Jones,5-10/So. 7.9ppg, 3.9apg
11 P.J. Santavenere,6-2/So. 3.5ppg
34 Kevin Douglas,G/F,6-5/So. 2.9ppg
33 Matt Milk,C,6-8/Jr. 2.0ppg
44 Anthony White,G,6-2/Fr. Highschool stats: 21.3ppg, 14.4rpg, 7.1apg, 4.2spg

St. Francis (PA) Red Flash
1 Umar Shannon,5-11/Jr. Redshirt 11'-12' season
32 Anthony Ervin,6-4/Sr. 11.2ppg, 3.7rpg
22 Ollie Jackson,6-4/So. 6.3ppg, 2.1rpg
30 Tony Peters,6-8/Sr. 2.5ppg, 1.7rpg
15 Earl Brown,6-5/So. 6.0ppg, 3.0rpg
5 Stephon Whyatt,G,6-1/So. 7.2ppg
21 Kam Ritter,F,6-3/Jr. 4.8ppg, 2.2rpg
12 Greg Brown,G, 6-2/Fr. Highschool stats: 18.6ppg
34 Storm Stanley,C,6-11/Jr. 1.4ppg

Wagner Seahawks
15 Kenneth Ortiz, 6-0/Jr. 8.1ppg, 4.5rpg, 4.3apg, 1.8spg
24 Latif Rivers,6-1/Jr. 14.6ppg, 2.6rpg, 2.2apg
22 Dwaun Anderson,6-4/Fr. Sat out 11'-12' season, Transfer/Michigan St.
5 Naofall Folahan,6-11/Jr. 4.3ppg, 3.7rpg
23 Jonathon Williams,6-6/Sr. 13.4ppg, 5.0rpg
25 Josh Thompson,F,6-5/Sr. 4.2ppg, 2.9rpg
33 Mario Moody,F,6-7/So. 4.1ppg, 3.7rpg
21 Orlando Parker,F,6-8/Jr. 3.9ppg, 3.2rpg
4 Marcus Burton,G,6-0/So. 3.5ppg
11 Eric Fanning,G,6-4/Fr. Highschool stats: 20.5ppg, 5.3rpg, 2.8apg

Monday, October 22, 2012

College of Charleston likely headed to CAA

College of Charleston College of Charleston Likely to Join CAA
Despite seeing their SoCon conference mate Davidson reject an invitation from the CAA, the College of Charleston will likely vote Saturday to move to the CAA.
The move is an interesting one when you look at the history of the school and the CAA. When the CAA stil had members ODU and VCU and were seeking to expand, College of Charleston rejected the CAA. Georgia St. and Northeastern then joined the CAA. But now with arguably the top two CAA schools now gone (VCU to A10) or leaving next year (ODU to CUSA), the College of Charleston seems to feel the time is now. With GMU as it’s top competition in the CAA, the school likely feels they can compete well in the CAA now.
Colonial%20Athletic%20Association College of Charleston Likely to Join CAA
There are also the benefits of being in a conference with members in many southerns states, such as W&M, UNCW, JMU, GMU, but also having a greater northern presence, due to CAA members Delaware, Drexel, Hofstra and Northeastern. College of Charleston likely hopes that they will get a nice enrollment boost from northern students similar to that which they had during the basketball programs successful run in the late 1990′s.
With the addition of College of Charleston, the CAA will now be at 10 members. They had hoped for that number to be 12 with Davidson and Appalachian St., but will need to either opt to remain at 10 or seek other members. Other options could be Elon and Furman for all sports. Coastal Carolina could be a target as well and a travel partner for Charleston. If the CAA were to add Charleston and another southern school like Coastal Carolina, they could always look again to the north by bringing in Stony Brook for all-sports rather than as a football only member.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Robert Morris picks up 4th commitment in men's hoops for 2013-2014 season

Robert Morris has picked up their fourth commitment from the class of 2013, as 6-foot-6 forward Jeremiah Worthem pledged his decision.
By way of the Math, Civics & Sciences Charter School (PA) in Philadelphia, Worthem will join Britton LeeEmmanuel Omogbo, and Kavon Stewart on campus next season.
Math, Civics & Sciences athletic director Lonnie Diggs e-mailed in the news of Worthem’s commitment on Thursday morning.
According to previous updates, Worthem officially visited Robert Morris during the of Sep. 27 and followed that with a trip to Stony Brook on Oct. 3. Just last weekend, the forward visited Wagner as part of their annual Midnight Madness event.
Known as a tough, physical combo forward, Worthem has piled up a number of mid-major offers during his recruitment. With a decision now out of the way, the Philadelphia-native can resume his focus on one final season at the Math, Civics & Science Charter School before heading to Robert Morris prior to the start of the 2013-14 season.
“I felt really comfortable with Coach Toole and his staff, I also know I will get a good education and have a chance to play right away and as well as have a chance to make the NCAA tournament every year,” Worthem said.
Head coach Andy Toole guided the Colonials to 26 wins a season ago and will once look to have Robert Morris in contention atop the Northeast Conference in 2012-13.
With a strong recruiting class that now stands at four with the addition of Worthem, the expectations circling the program should continue to rise in the years to come.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Preseason ACC Team by Team Rosters 2012-2013

Boston College Eagles    (Head Coach: Steve Donahue)
12 Ryan Anderson,F,6-8/So. (11.2ppg, 7.4rpg)-Hometown: Lakewood,Calif.
24 Dennis Clifford, C,7-0/So. (9.1ppg, 4.7rpg)- Hometown: Bridgewater,Mass.
33 Patrick Heckmann, G,6-5/So. (8.3ppg, 3.0rpg)- Hometown: Mainz, Germany
20 Lonnie Jackson, G,6-3/So. (8.3ppg, 2.5rpg)- Hometown: Valencia,Calif.
10 Jordan Daniels, G,5-8/So. (6.4ppg, 2.6apg)- Hometown: Fontana, Calif.
5 KC Caudill, C,6-10/So. (2.2ppg)- Hometown: Brea,Calif.
31 Danny Rubin, G,6-5/Jr. (1.1ppg)- Hometown: Chevy Chase, MD
4 Eddie Odio,F,6-7/So. (1.0rpg)- Hometown: Miami, Fla.
13 John Cain Carney, F,6-7/So. (2.2mpg)- Hometown: Philadelphia,PA
21 Olivier Hanlan, G,6-4/Fr. New Hampton (NH) Prep School- Hometown: Aylmer, Quebec
25 Joe Rahon, G,6-2/Fr. San Diego,Calif. (Torrey Pines HS.)
15 Andrew Van Nest, F,6-10/Sr. (Transfer/ Harvard)
1 Steve Perpiglia, G,5-10/Fr. Broomall, Pa. (Malvern Prep)

Clemson Tigers   (Head Coach: Brad Brownell)
31 Devin Booker, F/C, 6-8/Sr. (10.5ppg, 7.0rpg)- Hometown: Whitmire, SC
24 Milton Jennings, F,6-9/Sr. (9.7ppg, 5.6rpg)- Hometown: Summerville, SC
32 K.J. McDaniels, F,6-6/So. (3.9ppg, 1.8rpg)- Hometown: Birmingham,Ala.
4 Rod Hall, G,6-1/So. (3.8ppg, 1.1apg)- Hometown: Augusta,Ga.
1 T.J. Sapp, G,6-2/So. (3.6ppg, 1.6rpg)- Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
15 Devin Coleman, G,6-2/So. (2.6ppg, 1.3rpg)- Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa.
22 Bernard Sullivan, F,6-7/So. (1.4ppg, 1.1rpg)- Hometown: Gastonia, NC
2 Carson Fields, G,6-4/So. (1.1mpg)- Hometown: Pewee Valley, KY
Jaron Blossomgame, F,6-7/Fr. Alpharetta, Ga. (Chattahoochee HS.)
Adonis Filer, G,6-2/Fr. Fitchburg,Mass. (Notre Dame Prep)- Hometown: Chicago,Ill.
35 Landry Nnoko, C,6-10/Fr. Montverde (Fla.) Academy- Hometown: Yaounde,Cameroon
20 Jordan Roper, G,5-11/Fr. Columbia, SC (Irmo HS.)
33 Josh Smith, F,6-8/Fr. Charlotte, NC (Olympic HS.)
21 Damarcus Harrison, G,6-4/So. (Transfer/BYU)

Duke Blue Devils  (Head Coach: Mike Krzyzewski)
30 Seth Curry, G, 6-2/Sr. (13.2ppg, 2.6 rpg. 2.4apg)- Homeown: Charlotte, NC
34 Ryan Kelly, F,6-11/Sr. (11.8ppg, 5.4rpg)- Hometown: Raleigh,NC
5 Mason Plumlee, F,6-10/Sr. (11.1ppg, 9.2rpg)- Hometown: Warsaw, Ind.
2 Quinn Cook, G, 6-0/So. (4.4ppg, 1.9apg)- Hometown: Bowie, MD
3 Tyler Thornton, G,6-1/Jr. (4.1ppg, 2.0apg)- Hometown: Washington, D.C.
15 Josh Hairston,F, 6-7/Jr. (2.7ppg, 1.4rpg)- Hometown: Fredericksburg, VA
52 Todd Zafirovski, F,6-9/Sr. (2.0mpg)- Hometown: Lake Forest, Ill.
21 Amile Jefferson,F, 6-8/Fr. Philadelphia, PA (Friends Central School)
12 Alex Murphy, F, 6-8/Fr. (Redshirt)
40 Marshall Plumlee, F, 6-11/Fr. (Redshirt)
14 Rasheed Sulaimon,G,6-4/Fr. Houston, Tex. (Strake Jesuit College Prep)

Florida St. Seminoles   (Head Coach: Leonard Hamilton)
21 Michael Snaer, G,6-5/Sr. (14.0ppg, 3.8rpg)- Hometown: Moreno Valley, Calif.
30 Ian Miller, G,6-3/Jr. (10.3ppg, 2.0rpg)- Hometown: Charlotte, NC
2 Terrance Shannon, F,6-8/Jr. (8.3ppg, 4.4rpg)- Hometown: Forsyth, Ga.
10 Okaro White, F,6-8/Jr. (7.7ppg, 4.4rpg)- Hometown: Clearwater, Fla.
31 Terry Whisnant,G,6-3/So. (2.1ppg, 1.0rpg)- Hometown: Cherryville, NC
20 Rafael Portuondo,G,5-11/Sr. (1.0ppg)- Hometown: Miami, Fla.
33 Joey Moreau, G,6-2/Sr. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Brandenton, Fla.
15 Boris Bojanovsky,C, 7-3/Fr. Bratislava, Slovak Republic
1 Devon Bookert, G,6-3/Fr. Anchorage, Alaska (West Anchorage HS.)
5 Montay Brandon,G,6-7/Fr. High Point,NC (Wesleyan Christian HS.)
14 Robert Gilchrist, F,6-9/Jr. Polk State (Fla.) JC
35 Joell Hopkins,F,6-6/So. Tallahassee (Fla.) CC
50 Michael Ojo, C,7-1/Fr.  Lagos, Nigeria
25 Aaron Thomas, G,6-5/Fr. Wolfeboro,NH (Brewster Academy)- Hometown: Cincinnati,Ohio
11 Kiel Turpin, C,7-0/Jr. (Redshirt)

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets     (Head Coach: Brian Gregory)
0 Mfon Udofia, G,6-2/Sr. (9.9ppg, 3.4rpg, 2.8apg)- Hometown: Stone Mountain, Ga.
24 Kammeon Holsey, F,6-8/Jr. (9.4ppg, 4.9rpg)- Hometown: Sparta, Ga.
5 Daniel Miller, C,6-11/Jr. (8.1ppg, 6.5rpg)- Hometown: Loganville, Ga.
14 Jason Morris, G,6-5/Jr. (7.8ppg, 3.3rpg)- Hometown: Augusta, Ga.
23 Brandon Reed, G,6-3/Jr. (7.5ppg, 3.2rpg)- Hometown: Powder Springs, Ga.
1 Julian Royal, F,6-7/So. (4.4ppg, 2.4rpg)- Hometown: Alpharetta, Ga.
2 Pierre Jordan, G,6-0/Sr. (1.5ppg)- Hometown: Dunwoody, Ga.
31 Aaron Peek, G/F, 6-4/So. (Walk-On)-Hometown: Atlanta, Ga.
11 Chris Bolden, G,6-2/Fr. Tifton, Ga. (North Gwinnett HS.)
4 Robert Carter, F,6-8/Fr. Thomasville, Ga. (Shiloh HS.)
32 Brooks Doyle, G,6-4/Fr. Atlanta, Ga. (Marist School)
30 Corey Heyward, G,6-0/Fr. Chatham, Va. (Hargrave Military Academy)
12 Stacey Poole, G,6-4/So. (Transfer/Kentucky)
3 Marcus Hunt,G/F, 6-5/Fr. College Park, Ga. (North Clayton HS.)

Maryland Terrapins   (Head Coach: Mark Turgeon)
5 Nick Faust, G,6-6/So. (8.9ppg, 4.0rpg, 2.1apg)- Hometown: Baltimore, MD
35 James Padgett, F, 6-8/Sr. (8.8ppg, 5.8rpg)- Hometown: Brooklyn, NY
21 Pe'Shon Howard, G,6-3/Jr. (6.5ppg, 3.7rpg, 3.7apg)- Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif.
25 Alex Len, C, 7-1/So. (6.0ppg, 5.4rpg)- Hometown: Antratsit, Ukraine
23 John Auslander, F,6-7/Jr. (1.0ppg)- Hometown: Herndon, Va.
15 Spencer Barks, F,6-9/So. (2.0mpg)- Hometown: Poolesville, MD
24 Jacob Susskind,G,6-5/So. (1.8mpg)- Hometown: West Orange, N.J.
4 Seth Allen, G,6-1/Fr. Woodbridge, Va. ( Fredericksburg Christian School)
2 Logan Aronhalt, G,6-3/Sr. (Transfer/Albany)
44 Shaquille Cleare, C,6-9/Fr. Houston, Tex. (The Village School)
10 Jake Layman, F,6-8/Fr. Wrentham,Mass. (King Philip Regional HS.)
12 Connor Lipinski, G,5-10/Fr. Gambrills, MD (Annapolis Area Christian School)
0 Charles Mitchell, F,6-8/Fr. Marietta, Ga. (Wheeler HS.)
11 Varun Ram, G,5-9/So. Trinity (Conn.) College

Miami Hurricanes    (Head Coach: Jim Larranaga)
1 Durand Scott, G,6-5/Sr. (12.9ppg, 5.4rpg, 3.1apg)- Hometown: New York, NY
35 Kenny Kadji, F/C, 6-11/Sr. (11.7ppg, 5.3rpg)-Hometown: Douala, Cameroon
42 Reggie Johnson, C,6-10/Sr. (10.0ppg, 7.2rpg)- Hometown: Winston-Salem, NC
0 Shane Larkin, G,5-11/So. (7.4ppg, 2.5rpg, 2.5apg)- Hometown: Orlando, Fla.
15 Rion Brown, G,6-6/Jr. (7.2ppg, 2.8rpg)- Hometown: Hinesville, Ga.
4 Trey McKinney Jones, G,6-5/Sr. (7.0ppg, 3.5rpg)- Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis.
25 Garrius Adams, G,6-6/Sr. (4.5ppg, 2.1rpg)- Hometown: Apex, NC
21 Erik Swoope, F,6-6/Jr. (2.3ppg, 1.7rpg)- Hometown: North Hollywood, Calif.
10 Raphael Akpejiori, F,6-10/Jr. (1.6ppg, 1.5rpg)- Hometown: Lagos, Nigeria
12 Justin Heller, G,6-2/So. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Boca Raton,Fla.
45 Julian Gamble, F/C, 6-10/Sr. (Redshirt)- Hometown: Southern Durham, NC
2 Bishop Daniels, G,6-3/Fr. (Redshirt)- Hometown: Raleigh, NC
23 Tonye Jekiri, C,6-11/Fr. Hialeah, Fla. (Champagnat Catholic HS.)
3 Steve Sorenson,G,6-0/Fr. Dallas, Tex. (Mark's School of Texas)

N.C. State Wolfpack  (Head Coach: Mark Gottfried)
5 C.J. Leslie, F,6-9/Jr. (14.7ppg, 7.3rpg)- Hometown: Holly Springs, NC
2 Lorenzo Brown, G,6-5/Jr. (12.7ppg, 4.5rpg, 6.3apg)- Hometown: Roswell, Ga.
15 Scott Wood, G/F, 6-6/Sr. (12.4ppg, 2.3rpg)- Hometown: Marion, Ind.
1 Richard Howell, F,6-8/Sr. (10.8ppg, 9.2rpg)- Hometown: Marietta, Ga.
14 Jordan Vandenberg, C, 7-1/Jr. (2.0ppg, 2.7rpg)- Hometown: Melbourne, Australia
13 Thomas de Thaey, F,6-8/So. (1.2ppg, 1.2rpg)- Hometown: Dendermonde, Belgium
30 Staats Battle, G,6-6/So. (1.0ppg)- Hometown: Raleigh, N.C.
20 Jay Lewis, G,6-2/Sr. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Greensboro, N.C.
0 Rodney Purvis,G,6-2/Fr. Raleigh, N.C. (Upper Room Christain Academy)
12 Tyler Lewis,G,5-11/Fr. Mouth of Wilson, Va. (Oak Hill Academy)
24 T.J. Warren, F,6-8/Fr. Wolfeboro, N.H. (Brewster Academy)

North Carolina Tar Heels  (Head Coach: Roy Williams)
35 Reggie Bullock, G,6-7/Jr. (8.8ppg, 5.1rpg)- Hometown: Kinston, N.C.
1 Dexter Strickland, G, 6-3/Sr. (7.5ppg, 2.1rpg, 2.1apg)- Hometown: Rahway, N.J.
43 James Michael McAdoo, F,6-9/So. (6.1ppg, 3.9rpg)- Hometown: Norfolk, Va.
15 P.J. Hairston, G,6-6/So. (5.7ppg, 2.2rpg)- Hometown: Greensboro, N.C.
14 Desmond Hubert, F,6-10/So. (1.5rpg)- Hometown: Cream Ridge, N.J.
21 Jackson Simmons, F,6-7/So. (1.8mpg)- Hometown: Webster, N.C.
2 Leslie McDonald, G,6-5/Jr. (Redshirt)- Hometown: Memphis, Tenn.
4 Luke Davis, G,6-0/So. (Transfer/Gardner-Webb)
0 Joel James, F,6-10/Fr. West Palm Beach, Fla. (Dwyer HS.)
5 Marcus Paige, G,6-5/Fr. Marion, Iowa (Linn-Mar HS.)
11 Brice Johnson, F,6-9/Fr. Orangeburg, S.C. (Edisto HS.)
25 J.P. Tokoto,F,6-5/Fr. Menomonee Falls (Wis.) HS.

Virginia Cavaliers  (Head Coach:Tony Bennett)
12 Joe Harris, G,6-6/Jr. (11.3ppg, 3.9rpg, 1.7apg)- Hometown: Chelan, Wash.
1 Jontel Evans, G,5-11/Sr. (7.3ppg, 2.0rpg, 3.9apg)- Hometown: Hampton, Va.
22 Malcolm Brogdon, G,6-5/So. (6.7ppg, 2.8rpg)- Hometown: Norcross, Ga.
25 Akil Mitchell, F,6-8/Jr. (4.1ppg, 4.4rpg)- Hometown: Charlotte, N.C.
32 Darion Atkins, F,6-8/So. (2.3ppg, 2.3rpg)- Hometown: Clinton, MD
2 Paul Jesperson, G,6-6/So. (1.5ppg)- Hometown: Merrill, Wis.
0 Doug Bowman, G,5-11/Sr. (1.1ppg)- Hometown: Midlothian, Va.
30 Thomas Rogers, G,6-6/Jr. (2.7mpg)- Hometown: Farmville, Va.
4 Taylor Barnette, G,6-3/Fr. Lexington, Ky. (Lexington Christian HS.)
5 Teven Jones, G,6-0/Fr. (Redshirt)- Hometown: Kannapolis, N.C.
10 Mike Tobey, F/C, 6-11/Fr. Monroe, N.Y. (Blair Academy)
11 Evan Nolte, F,6-8/Fr. Milton (Ga.) HS.
21 Justin Miller, G, 6-1/Fr. Columbus, Mo. (Rock Bridge HS.)
23 Justin Anderson, G,6-6/Fr. Rockville, MD (Montrose Christian School)
24 Chad Kirven, F,6-8/Fr. Raleigh, N.C. (Woodberry Forest HS.)

Virginia Tech Hokies  (Head Coach: James Johnson)
11 Erick Green, G,6-3/Sr. (15.6ppg, 3.3rpg, 2.8apg)- Hometown: Winchester, Va.
31 Jarell Eddie, F,6-7/Jr. (9.1ppg, 4.8rpg)- Hometown: Charlotte, N.C.
1 Robert Brown, G,6-5/So. (6.8ppg, 2.1rpg)- Hometown: Clermont, Fla.
4 Cadarian Raines, F,6-9/Jr. (5.9ppg, 3.9rpg)- Hometown: Petersburg, Va.
42 C.J. Barksdale, F,6-8/So. (2.7ppg, 2.7rpg)- Hometown: Danville, Va.
10 Marquis Rankin, G,6-1/So. (2.5ppg, 1.1rpg, 1.1apg)- Hometown: Charlotte, N.C.
24 Joey Racer, G, 6-1/Sr. (2.8mpg)- Hometown: Berryville, Va.
22 Christian Beyer, F,6-7/So. (Walk-On)- Hometown: New Bern, N.C.
25 Will Johnston,G,6-3/So. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Midlothian, Va. 
2 Joey van Zegeren, C,6-10/Fr. (Redshirt)- Hometown: Hoogeveen, The Netherlands
5 Marcus Patrick, G,5-9/Fr. Rustburg (Va.) HS.
33 Marshall Wood, F,6-8/Fr. Rustburg (Va.) HS.

Wake Forest Demon Deacons  (Head Coach: Jeff Bzdelik)
11 C.J. Harris, G,6-3/Sr. (16.7ppg, 3.1rpg, 2,5apg)- Hometown: Winston-Salem, N.C.
30 Travis McKie, F,6-7/Jr. (16.1ppg, 7.0rpg, 1.1apg)- Hometown: Richmond, Va.
10 Chase Fischer, G,6-3/So. (6.3ppg, 2.2rpg, 1.5apg)- Hometown: Ripley, WV
4 Daniel Green, F,6-10/So. (1.4ppg, 1.7rpg)- Hometown: Colleyville, Tex.
42 Spencer Jennings, G,6-0/Sr. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Midland, Mich.
52 Doug Niedrich, F,6-6/So. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Kildeer, Ill.
0 Codi Miller- McIntyre, G,6-3/Fr. Chatham, Va. (Hargrave Military Academy)
1 Madison Jones, G,6-1/Fr. Raleigh, N.C. (Ravenscroft School)
2 Devin Thomas, F,6-9/Fr. Harrisburg, Pa. (Central Dauphin HS.)
31 Andre Washington, C,7-0/Fr. Chatham, Va. (Hargrave Military Academy)
33 Aaron Rountree, F,6-8/Fr. Wilson, N.C. (Greenfield School)
34 Tyler Cavanaugh, F,6-9/Fr. Dewitt, N.Y. (Jamesville-Dewitt HS.)
45 Arnaud William Adala Moto, F,6-6/Fr. Episcopal (Va.) HS.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

2012-2013 Northeast Conference Preseaon Rosters

Bryant Bulldogs  (Head Coach: Tim O' Shea)
23 Alex Francis,F,6-6/Jr. (17.0ppg, 7.4rpg)- Hometown: Harlem, N.Y.
Frankie Dobbs,G,6-3/Sr. (13.3ppg,3.5rpg,4.6apg)- Hometown: Berea, Ohio
1 Corey Maynard,G,6-3/Jr. (11.4ppg, 4.8rpg,3.5apg)- Hometown: Adelaide, Australia
10 Raphael Jordan,G,6-1/Sr. (7.1rpg, 3.1rpg,1.4apg)- Hometown: Bel Air, MD
44 Claybrin McMath,F,6-8/Jr.(4.8ppg,2.9rpg)- Hometown: Adelaide, Australia
Daniel Calandrillo,G,6-3/Sr. (3.4ppg, 1.9rpg)- Hometown: Leonardo, N.J.
15 Vlad Kondratyev,F,6-8/Sr. (2.4ppg, 2.1rpg)- Hometown: Nikolayev, Ukraine
3 Erick Smith,G,6-3/Sr. (1.9ppg)- Hometown: Bel Air, MD
25 Patrick Matthews,F,6-6/So. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Waipahu, Hawaii
20 Tim McKinney,G,6-5/Jr. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Duxbury, Mass.
33 Joe O'Shea,G,6-4/Jr (Transfer/Holy Cross)
12 Dyami Starks,G,6-2/Jr. (Transfer/Columbia)
Curtis Oakley,F,6-4/Fr. Lynhurst,Ohio (Brush HS)
14 Andrew Scocca,F,6-8/Fr.  Melrose,Mass. (Worcester Academy) 
11 Shane McLaughlin,G,6-0/Fr.  Old Tappan, N.J. (Choate Rosemary Hall Prep) 
22 Declan Soukup, G,6-3/Fr. Melbourne, Australia (Hallam Senior College)

Central Conn.St. Blue Devils  (Head Coach: Howie Dickenman)
Kyle Vinales,G,6-1/So. (17.9ppg,2.0rpg, 3.6apg )- Hometown: Detroit, Mich.
21 Joe Efese,F,6-6/Sr. (3.9ppg,3.9rpg)- Hometown: Spring Valley, N.Y.
Adonis Burbage,F,6-5/So. (2.6ppg,1.6rpg)- Hometown: Orlando, Fla.
11 Malcolm McMillian,G,6-0/So. (2.4ppg, 2.9rpg)- Hometown: Baltimore, MD
33 Terrell Allen,F,6-6/Jr. (2.1ppg,2.5rpg)- Hometown: Virginia Beach, Va.
10 Shelton Mickell,G,6-2/So. (1.7ppg)- Hometown: Queens, N.Y.
De'Angelo Speech,G,6-5/Jr. (1.2ppg, 1.2rpg)- Hometown: Oak Park, Ill.
30 Greg Andrade,G,6-0/So. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Windsor,Conn.
15 Erik Raleigh,F,6-8/Fr. (Redshirt)- Hometown: Philadelphia,Pa.
12 Khalen Cumberlander,G,6-3/Fr.  Washington,DC (Coolidge HS) 
34 Brandon Peel,F,6-6/Fr. Upper Marlboro,MD (Riverdale Baptist HS) 
25 Matt Hunter,F,6-5/Jr. Odessa (Tex.)CC 
Andrew Hurd,G,6-3/Fr. Windsor (Conn.) HS.

Fairleigh Dickinson  (Head Coach: Greg Vetrone)
Melquan Bolding,G,6-3/Sr. (15.1ppg,3.0rpg,1.9apg)- Hometown: Mt. Vernon, N.Y.
Lonnie Hayes,G,6-0/Sr. (13.0ppg,3.3rpg,4.1apg)- Hometown: Cincinnati,Ohio
44 Kinu Rochford,F,6-6/Sr. (9.3ppg,6.8rpg)- Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y.
23 Lonnie Robinson,G,6-5/Sr. (6.9ppg,3.3rpg)Hometown: Deerfield Beach,Fla.
22 Mathias Seilund,F,6-7/Jr. (3.2ppg,1.9rpg)- Hometown: Dragoer, Denmark
21 Dylan Moody,G,5-8/So. (11.6mpg)- Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa
Yves Jules,G,6-2/Jr. (Transfer/Hofstra)- Hometown: Brooklyn,N.Y.
24 Mustafaa Jones,G,6-3/So. (Transfer/Hartford)- Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa.
34 Kyle Pearson,F,6-5/Fr.  Woodbridge (NJ)HS.
10 Sekou Harris,G,5-11/Fr.  Plainfield (NJ) HS. 
20 Xavier Harris,F,6-5/Fr.  Hightstown,NJ (The Peddie School) 
12 Sidney Sanders,G,5-11/Jr.  Polk (Fla.) CC 
55 Myles Mann,F,6-6/Fr. Atlanta,GA (Westlake HS.)

Long Island Blackbirds  (Head Coach: Jack Perri)
42 Julian Boyd, F, 6-7/Sr. (17.4ppg, 9.3rpg)- Hometown: San Antonio, Tex.
Jamal Olasewere,F,6-7/Sr. (16.9ppg, 7.5rpg)- Hometown: Silver Spring, MD
C.J. Garner,G,5-10/Sr.  (12.6ppg, 2.5rpg, 3.3apg)- Hometown: Silver Spring, MD
15 Jason Brickman,G,5-10/Jr.  (9.6ppg, 2.6rpg, 7.3apg)- Hometown: San Antonio, Tex.
32 Kenny Onyechi,F,6-7/Sr.  (5.3ppg, 3.3rpg)- Hometown: Sugar Land, Tex.
11 Brandon Thompson,G,6-1/Sr. (4.4ppg, 2.5rpg)- Hometown: San Antonio, Tex. 
Gerrell Martin,G,6-2/So.  (2.3ppg)- Hometown: Bronx, N.Y. 
20 Booker Hucks,F,6-6/Sr. (1.4ppg, 1.4rpg)- Hometown: Bay Shore, N.Y.
Troy Joseph,G/F,6-6/So. (Redshirt)- Hometown: Toronto, Ontario
33 E.J. Reed,F,6-5/Fr.  Mesquite (TX) HS.
00 D.J. Griggs,G,6-0/Fr.  Freeport,Tex. (Brazosport HS.) 
23 Gilbert Parga, G/F/, 6-4/Jr. Citrus (Calif) JC
24 Kedar Edwards,G,6-4/Fr. Orlando, Fla. (West Oaks Academy)
34 Khalil Murphy, F,6-8/So. (Transfer/San Francisco)

Monmouth Hawks  (Head Coach: King Rice)
Jesse Steele,G,5-8/Sr. (12.6ppg,2.0rpg)- Hometown: Milford, N.J
Dion Nesmith,G,6-0/Sr. (8.8ppg, 3.1rpg)- Hometown: Union, N.J. 
13 Andrew Nicholas,G,6-6/So. (8.8ppg, 2.6rpg)- Hometown: York, Pa.
32 Ed Waite,F,6-3/Sr. (7.1ppg,5.4rpg)- Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
21 Marcus Ware,F,6-8/Sr. (6.4ppg, 3.9rpg)- Hometown: Vineland, N.J.
25 Gary Cox,F,6-5/Sr. (5.2ppg)- Hometown: Houston, Tex.
15 Mykel Harris,F,6-7/So. (1.3ppg)- Hometown: Lexington Park, MD
11 Khalil Brown,F,6-9/So. (Redshirt)- Hometown: South Orange, N.J.
Max DiLeo,G,6-1/So. (Walk-On) 
Jalen Wesson Palm, G,5-10/Fr. Louisville,Ky. (Butler Traditional HS)  
10 Christian White,G,5-11/Fr. Rochester,NY (Aquinas Institute) 
14 Tyrone O'Garro,F,6-6/Fr. Newark,NJ (St.Peter's Prep) 
30 Collin Stewart,F,6-7/Fr.  Scotia,NY (Mekeel Christian Academy) 
23 Stephen Spinella, G,6-4/Sr. (Transfer/South Carolina)

Mount Saint Mary's Mountaineers  (Head Coach: Jamion Christian)
23 Julian Norfleet,G,6-2/Jr. (13.7ppg, 4.2rpg, 2.3apg, 1.0spg)- Hometown: Virginia Beach, Va.
35 Raven Barber,F,6-8/Sr. (9.2ppg, 4.5rpg)- Hometown: Edgewood, MD
21 Kelvin Parker,F/G,6-3/So. (9.0ppg, 4.6rpg, 1.3spg)- Hometown: York, Pa.
Josh Castellanos,G,6-1/Jr. (8.1ppg, 2.1rpg, 4.6apg)- Hometown: Orlando, Fla.
13 Kristijan Krajina,F,6-9/Jr. (5.3ppg, 3.9rpg)- Hometown: Osijek, Croatia
Xavier Owens,F,6-5/So. (2.9ppg, 2.2rpg)- Hometown: Wesley Chapel, Fla.
34 Aaron Brown,F,6-6/So. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Ft. Worth, Tex.
14 Oliver Brown,G,6-4/Sr. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Dover, Mass.
50 Taylor Danaher,C,6-10/Fr. (Redshirt)- Hometown: Frederickburg, Va.
Sam Prescott,G,6-3/Jr. (Transfer/Marist)- Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa.
22 Rashad Whack,G,6-2/Jr. (Transfer/George Mason)- Hometown: Hyattsville, MD
10 Shivaughn Wiggins,G,5-11/Fr. Charlotte, NC (North Mecklenburg HS.)
Christian Crockett,F,6-6/Fr. Houston, Tex. (Travis HS.)
15 Greg Graves,F,6-7/Fr. Sterling,Va. (Potomac Falls HS.)
25 Melvin Gregory,F,6-8/Fr. Lancaster,Va. (Weems HS.)
31 Aaron DeVan,G,6-3/Fr. Harrisburg, Pa. (Bishop McDevitt HS.)

Quinnipiac Bobcats  (Head Coach: Tom Moore)
4 Ike Azotam,F,6-7/Jr. (15.8ppg, 9.5rpg)- Hometown: Boston,Mass.
2 Dave Johnson,G,5-10/Sr. (8.7ppg, 4.0rpg, 3.7apg)- Hometown: Jackson, N.J.
35 Jamee Jackson,F,6-7/Sr. (8.4ppg, 5.1rpg)- Hometown: Newark, N.J.
1 Zaid Hearst,G,6-4/So. (7.2ppg, 3.7rpg)- Hometown: Bethesda, MD
23 Ousmane Drame,F,6-9/So. (6.5ppg, 7.2rpg)- Hometown: Boston,Mass.
10 Garvey Young,G,6-5/Sr. (5.9ppg, 3.8rpg)- Hometown: Washington, D.C.
21 Evan Conti,G,6-3/So.  (1.8ppg, 1.7rpg)- Hometown: Bayside, N.Y.
22 Justin Harris,F,6-8/So.  (1.5ppg, 1.4rpg)- Hometown: Paterson, N.J.
12 Marquis Barnett,F,6-8/So. (1.1ppg)- Hometown: Bronx, N.Y. 
14 Tariq Carey,G,6-2/Fr.  Newark,NJ (St.Benedict's Prep)
3 Kendrick Ray,G,6-1/Fr.  Middletown (NY)HS.
5 Shaquille Shannon,G,6-3/Jr.  Connors State (Okla.)CC
30 James Ford,G,6-3/Fr. Winston-Salem,NC (Quality Education Academy)

Robert Morris Colonials  (Head Coach: Andrew Toole)
Velton Jones,G,6-0/Sr. (16.0ppg, 2.8rpg)- Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa.
Coron Williams,G,6-2/Jr. (10.8ppg, 2.6rpg)- Hometown: Midlothian, Va.
22 Lucky Jones,G/F,6-5/So. (8.5ppg, 6.1rpg)- Hometown: Newark, N.J.
34 Russell Johnson,F,6-6/Sr. (8.5ppg, 5.7rpg)- Hometown: Chester, Pa.
Mike McFadden,F,6-8/Jr. (8.4ppg, 4.3rpg)- Hometown: Newark, N.J.
11 Lijah Thompson,F,6-7/Sr. (7.3ppg, 4.2rpg)- Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa.
Anthony Myers,G,5-11/Jr. (6.2ppg, 2.6rpg)- Hometown: Washington, D.C.
David Appolon,G,6-2/So. (2.0ppg)- Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa.
45 Keith Armstrong,F,6-7/So. (2.0ppg)- Hometown: Raleigh, NC
25 Shane Sweigart,G,6-4/Sr. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Harrisburg, Pa.
10 Treadwell Lewis,G,6-1/Sr. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Shelton,Conn.
12 Jervon Pressley,F,6-7/So.
20 Steve Hawkins,F,6-8/Fr. Gary,Ind. (Bowman Academy) 
15 Karvel Anderson,G,6-2/Jr. Glen Oaks (Mich.) CC 
24 Vaughn Morgan,F,6-6/Jr. Southwestern Christian (TX)College

Sacred Heart Pioneers  (Head Coach: Dave Bike)
25 Shane Gibson,G,6-2/Sr. (22.0ppg, 4.7rpg, 2.2apg)- Hometown: Killingly, Conn.
Justin Swidowski,F,6-9/Sr. (11.1ppg, 5.3rpg)- Hometown: Cinnaminson, N.J.
11 Chris Evans,G,6-3/Jr. (8.1ppg, 3.5rpg, 2.3apg)- Hometown: Stamford, Conn.
12 Louis Montes,G,6-4/Jr. (7.8ppg, 5.1rpg)- Hometown: Brockton, Mass.
Evan Kelley,G,6-4/Jr. (7.3ppg, 2.8rpg, 2.5apg)- Hometown: Norwalk, Conn.
31 Steve Glowiak,G,6-3/So. (4.4ppg, 1.8rpg)- Hometown: New Britain, Conn.
Phil Gaetano,G,5-10/So. (4.3ppg, 2.1rpg)- Hometown: Wallingford, Conn.
30 Nick Greenbacker,F/C,6-9/Sr. (3.2ppg, 2.2rpg)- Hometown: Coventry, Conn.
21 Femi Akinpetide,F,6-6/Sr. (2.0ppg, 1.9rpg)- Hometown: Sydney, Australia 
32 De'Aires Tate,F,6-6/Fr. Lithonia,GA (M.L. King HS.)
Cole Walton,C,6-11/Fr. Bellevue (Wash.) HS.
34 Tevin Falzone,F,6-7/Fr. Newton,Mass. (The Winchendon School)
24 Mostafa Abdel Latif,F,6-8/Sr. (Transfer/Arab Academy)
20 Lewis Cramer,F,6-6/Fr. Seattle, Wash. (Lakeside HS.)

St. Francis(NY) Terriers  (Head Coach: Glenn Braica)
Ben Mockford,G,6-2/Jr. (11.8ppg, 1.7rpg)- Hometown: Shoreham-by-Sea, England
30 Akeem Johnson,F,6-6/Sr. (11.3ppg, 5.1rpg)- Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y.
14 Travis Nichols,F,6-4/Sr. (9.3ppg, 4.2rpg)- Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y.
Jalen Cannon,F,6-6/So. (8.0ppg, 8.8rpg)- Hometown: Allentown, Pa.
Brent Jones,G,5-10/So. (7.9ppg,3.9apg)- Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y.
11 P.J. Santavenere,G,6-2/So. (3.5ppg)- Hometown: Middletown, Conn.
34 Kevin Douglas,G/F,6-5/So. (2.9ppg)- Hometown: Bronx, N.Y. 
33 Matt Milk,C,6-8/Jr. (2.0ppg)- Hometown: Wantagh, N.Y.
23 Lowell Ulmer,F,6-5/So. (3.2mpg)- Hometown: Staten Island, N.Y.
12 Milos Trivic,F,6-8/Jr. (2.9mpg)- Hometown: Belgrade, Serbia
32 Dre Calloway,G,6-0/Sr. (Redshirt/Shoulder)- Hometown: Harlem, N.Y.
25 Aleksandar Isailovic,G,6-4/Jr. Collin County (Kan.)CC
44 Anthony White,G,6-2/Fr. Mastic,NY (William Floyd HS.)

St.Francis(PA) Red Flash  (Head Coach: Rob Krimmel)
32 Anthony Ervin,G,6-4/Sr. (11.2ppg, 3.7rpg)- Hometown: Chesterfield, Va.
Stephon Whyatt,G,6-1/So. (7.2ppg)- Hometown: Jersey City, N.J. 
22 Ollie Jackson,G,6-4/So. (6.3ppg, 2.1rpg)- Hometown: Dallas, Tex. 
15 Earl Brown,F,6-5/So. (6.0ppg, 3.0rpg)- Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa.
21 Kameron Ritter,F,6-3/Jr. (4.8ppg, 2.2rpg)- Hometown: Niskayuna, N.Y.
30 Tony Peters,F,6-8/Sr. (2.5ppg, 1.7rpg)- Hometown: Roselle, N.J. 
34 Storm Stanley,C,6-11/Jr. (1.4ppg)- Hometown: Lambertville, Mich.
Umar Shannon,G,5-11/Jr.  (Redshirt)- Hometown: Atlantic City, N.J.  
14 Dominique Major,G,5-10/So. (Walk-On)- Hometown: Woodbridge, Va.
24 Matthew Mazzara,G,6-1/So. (Walk-On)- Hometown: State College, Pa.
10 Zachary Vigneault,G,6-1/Fr. Ebensburg, PA (Central Cambria HS.)
11 Ben Millaud-Meunier,G,6-3/Fr. Montreal,Quebec (Vanier HS.)
12 Greg Brown,G,6-2/Fr. Odenton, MD (Archbishop Spalding HS.)
20 Aric Gresko,G,6-0/Fr. (Redshirt)- Hometown: Clymer, Pa.
40 Ronnie Drinnon,F,6-7/Fr. Jamestown, Ohio (Greenview HS.)
42 Stephon Mosley,F,6-6/Fr. West Orange, N.J. (Seton Hall Prep)

Wagner Seahawks  (Head Coach: Bashir Mason)
24 Latif Rivers,G,6-1/Jr. (14.6ppg, 2.6rpg)- Hometown: Elizabeth, N.J.
23 Jonathon Williams,G,6-6/Sr. (13.4ppg, 5.0rpg)- Hometown: Richmond, Calif.
15 Kenneth Ortiz,G,6-0/Jr. (8.1ppg, 4.5rpg)- Hometown: Newark, N.J.
Naofall Folahan,C,6-11/Jr. (4.3ppg, 3.7rpg)- Hometown: Cotonou, Republic of Benin
25 Josh Thompson,F,6-5/Sr. (4.2ppg, 2.9rpg)- Hometown: Bridgeton, N.J. 
33 Mario Moody,F,6-7/So. (4.1ppg, 3.7rpg)- Hometown: East Orange, N.J.
21 Orlando Parker,F,6-8/Jr. (3.9ppg, 3.2rpg)- Hometown: Orlando, Fla.
Marcus Burton,G,6-0/So. (3.5ppg)- Hometown: Charlotte, N.C.
12 Hugo Naurais,F,6-8/So. (2.0mpg)- Hometown: Nimes, France
11 Eric Fanning,G,6-4/Fr. Marlborough,PA (Perkiomen School)
22 Dwaun Anderson,G,6-4/So. (Transfer/Michigan St.)- Hometown: Suttons Bay, Mich.
13 Langston Burnett, G,6-5/Fr. Beltsville, MD (St. Vincent Pallotti HS.)