Thursday, August 30, 2012

Loyola (MD) to leave the MAAC

Loyola will leave MAAC for Patriot League starting in 2013-14

Coming off its most successful athletic year in school history, Loyola announced Wednesday that it will be leaving the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference after more than 20 years to join the Patriot League beginning in 2013-14.
The decision to leave the MAAC had as much to do with academics as athletics, according to those involved in the process.
“The Patriot League has been a very strong academic league, and at the same time it was very strong in athletics, so it was very appealing to us,” third-year athletic director Jim Paquette said. “We believe we’re going to a conference that values both very highly, and we know we can be successful. We don’t think it should be either or. It should be both.”

Loyola follows Boston University, which announced this spring that it will join the Patriot League, also in 2013-14. The addition of the two schools will give the Patriot League, which also includes Navy for all sports aside from football, 10 full-time members.
Greyhounds men’s basketball coach Jimmy Patsos called it “a great move” and said that the addition of BU made it a more natural fit for Loyola.
“When we saw that BU is adding lacrosse, BU is a great academic school, BU has done well in basketball, it makes sense,” said Patsos, who grew up outside Boston. “The Patriot League has great coaches, they have two players right now who are considered NBA draft picks, Lehigh beating Duke [in last year’s NCAA tournament]. The MAAC was a great mid-major and now with us and BU, I think the Patriot League will be a great mid-major.”
The MAAC has been consistently rated much higher nationally than the Patriot League in men’s basketball, typically in the mid-teens compared to the low-to-mid 20s according to the widely-used Sagarin rankings. But the Patriot League is stronger in many non-revenue sports.
Former longtime athletic director Joe Boylan said that discussion about joining the Patriot League first started in the late 1990s.
“I think it’s a very significant move. I think it says a lot about where the institution is from the academic side and the national profile side,” Boylan said. “I think it aligns them with the second Ivy League and it reinforces the school’s profile as a fairly top-level academic institution.”
Boylan said that although the academic standards have been relaxed by the Patriot League in recent years, they still could impact the men’s basketball program.
“It’s going to be a lot harder to get some of the players that we have now, there’s no doubt about it,” Boylan said. “My point to the people at Loyola was, that if you are going to do this, every coach has to have a contract extension to be able to do this because it’s going to take them awhile to figure this all out. … We’re not going to be as attractive [for basketball recruits], let’s face it.”
Patsos, who signed a five-year contract extension this spring after leading Loyola to its first NCAA men’s basketball tournament since 1994, said that one of every three players he brings in each year is considered a risk academically, he said.
But Patsos was quick to add that “I think it will help recruiting because most parents want their kids to go to a great academic school, and we are a great academic school, but now the whole country knows that if you are in the Patriot League.”
The recruiting formula that helped turn the Greyhounds into a MAAC power last season will not change. Patsos said that he will continue to bring in local players as well as transfers.
“We’re going to keep recruiting hard in Baltimore,” Patsos said.
Paquette said that he has “complete confidence that Coach Patsos and his staff could be successful in the Patriot League. Something to keep mind is that in the Patriot League, with its academic index, it’s a level playing field. That’s not always the case in other conferences.”
It should have less of an impact on other sports in which Loyola excels, in particular men’s lacrosse. The men’s team, which won the national championship for the first time earlier this year, will continue to play many ACCteams such as Maryland and Duke.
The women’s team, which reached the NCAA quarterfinals, could be affected since it will leave the Big East for a league that according to Boylan “is very, very poor” for its quality of teams.
While the move will be “budget neutral” from a financial standpoint, according to Paquette, it should help boost attendance among students and spur rivalries in men’s lacrosse with Navy or in basketball with Bucknell and American.
“I do believe with some of these local rivalries, we will see better ticket sales when we host those games,” Paquette said. “We’ve got very passionate students and we’ve had very good attendance at some of our games. We think this will give us better attendance at more of our games.”

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Team By Team America East 2012-2013 Men;s Basketball Rosters

2012-2013 Preseason Men's Basketball Rosters....

Albany Great Danes
Mike Black,G,6-0/Sr. (13.4ppg, 4.3apg)
Jayson Guerrier,G/F,6-4/Sr. (6.6ppg, 3.4rpg)
Jacob Iati,G,5-10/Sr. (5.2ppg, 1.1rpg)
Blake Metcalf,C,6-9/Sr. (4.4ppg, 5.3rpg)
Luke Devlin,F,6-8/Jr. (5.8ppg, 4.3rpg)
John Puk,C,6-10/Jr. (2.2ppg, 2.7rpg)
Sam Rowley,F,6-6/So. (1.6ppg)
Ralph Watts,G,6-6/Jr.
Tanner Gibson,G,6-2/So.
D.J. Evans,G,5-9/Jr. East Mississippi CC
Gary Johnson,F,6-6/Jr. Oxnard (Calif.) JC
Dave Wiegmann,F,6-8/Jr. Southwestern Illinois JC
Peter Hooley,G,6-4/Fr. (Redshirt/Foot)
Scott Bruxvoort,F,6-5/Fr. Monroe,Iowa (PCM HS.)
Chris Page,G,6-5/Fr. (Redshirt)

Binghamton Bearcats
Carlyle Francis,G,6-1/Sr. (3.3ppg)
Jimmy Gray,G,6-0/Sr. (8.4ppg, 3.6apg)
Taylor Johnston,G,6-7/Sr. (2.6ppg)
Robert Mansell,G,6-4/Jr. (14.0ppg, 3.3rpg, 1.6apg)
Alex Ogundadegbe,F,6-8/Jr. (2.4ppg, 2.0rpg)
Chris Rice,G,6-3/So.
K.J. Brown,G,6-1/Jr.
Jabrille Williams,F,6-6/So. (Walk-On)
Mike Horn,G,6-0/Sr. (Walk-On)
Javon Ralling,F,6-6/Sr. (Walk-On)
Byron Brown,G,5-9/Jr. (Walk-On)
Roland Brown,F,6-8/Jr. Gulf Coast (Fla.)CC
Brian Freeman,F,6-8/Jr. Harcum (PA) JC
Jordan Reed,F,6-3/Fr. Ambler,PA (Wissahickon HS.)

Boston U. Terriers
D.J. Irving,G,6-0/Jr. (11.4ppg, 5.4apg)
Travis Robinson,F,6-5/Jr. (5.3ppg, 2.9rpg)
Dominic Morris,F,6-8/Jr. (6.8ppg, 5.9rpg)
Malik Thomas,G,6-6/So. (4.8ppg, 3.9rpg)
Zach Chionuma,G,6-5/So. (2.0ppg)
James Kennedy,F,6-7/So.
Maurice Watson,G,5-9/Fr. Philadelphia,PA (Boys Latin School)
John Papale,G,6-3/Fr. Wallingford,Conn. (Choate Rosemary Hall)
Nate Dieudonne,F,6-7/Fr. Louisville,KY (Trinity HS.)
Justin Alston,F,6-8/Fr. Washington,D.C. (Archbishop Carroll HS.)

Hartford Hawks
Oren Faulk,F,6-7/Jr. (1.7ppg)
Yolonzo Moore,G,6-1/So. (6.8ppg, 2.9rpg)
Corbin Wroe,G,6-3/So. (1.6ppg)
Wes Cole,G,5-11/So. (7.7ppg, 1.5rpg)
Mark Nwakamma,F,6-6/So. (9.2ppg, 3.9rpg)
Nate Sikma,F,6-6/So. (8.7ppg, 4.3rpg)
Jamie Schneck,F,6-8/So. (3.3ppg, 2.7rpg)
Ben O'Neill,G,6-4/Jr. (Walk-On)
Glenn Akerland,F,6-6/So. (Walk-On)
Evan Cooper,G,6-0/Fr. The Woodlands, TX (The Woodlands College Park HS.)
Antoine Burrell,F,6-7/Fr. The Colony (TX) HS.
Taylor Dyson,G,6-4/Fr. Sassafras, Australia (Box Hill Senior Secondary)
John Peterson,F,6-7/Sr. (Transfer/Samford)

Maine Black Bears
Jon McAllian,G,6-5/Sr. (1.4ppg)
Mike Allison,F,6-9/Sr. (7.1ppg, 6.9rpg)
Alasdair Fraser,F,6-7/Jr. (12.9ppg, 7.8rpg)
Xavier Pollard,G,6-3/So. (3.6ppg)
Zarko Valjarevic,G,6-4/So. (2.2ppg)
Justin Edwards,G,6-2/So. (13.9ppg, 5.6rpg)
Kilian Cato,F,6-7/So. (4.1ppg, 2.0rpg)
Ethan Mackey,C,6-8/So.
Noam Laish,G,6-1/So.
Stefano Mancini,G,6-0/So. (Walk-On)
Jon Mesgha,F,6-6/Jr. North Dakota State College of Science
Shaun Lawton,G,6-5/Fr. Putnam, Conn. (Putnam Science Academy)
Dimitry Coronel,F,6-4/Fr. Dorchester,Mass. (Tabor Academy)
Till Gloger,F,6-8/Fr. Bochum,Germany
Barry Webster,F,6-9/Fr. Lee,Maine (Lee Academy)

New Hampshire Wildcats
Chandler Rhoads,G,6-2/Sr. (11.2ppg, 3.5rpg, 2.7apg)
Ferguson Myrick,F,6-6/Sr. (8.5ppg, 3.7rpg)
Jordan Bronner,G,6-0/Jr. (5.0ppg, 2.1rpg, 2.4apg)
Scott Morris,G,6-2/Jr. (2.0ppg)
Garrett Jones,G,6-0/So. (1.4ppg)
Jeron Trotman,F,6-6/Sr.
Kazadi Nyanguila,C,6-7/Jr.
Tommy McDonnell,G,6-3/So. (Walk-On)
Chris Orozco,F,6-3/Fr. Tenafly (NJ) HS.
Logan Mortenson,F,6-7/Fr. South Jordan,Utah (St. John's NW Military Academy)
Frank Owkeke,F,6-7/Fr. DeSoto (TX) HS.

Stony Brook Seawolves
Leonard Hayes,G,6-4/Sr. (3.5ppg)
Marcus Rouse,G,6-0/Sr. (4.5ppg)
Tommy Benton,F,6-5/Sr. (7.8ppg, 8.1rpg)
Ron Bracey,F,6-5/Sr. (3.4ppg, 2.0rpg)
Anthony Jackson,G,6-2/Jr. (5.5ppg)
David Coley,G,6-2/Jr. (10.0ppg, 3.6rpg)
Eric McAlister,F,6-8/Jr. (1.7ppg)
Anthony Mayo,F,6-9/Jr.
Ben Resner,G,6-2/Sr. (Walk-On)
Carson Puriefoy,G,6-0/Fr. Wenonah,NJ (Bishop Eustace Prep)
Ahmad Reid,G,6-3/Fr. Sheffield,Mass. (Berkshire School)
Ryan Burnett,F,6-4/Fr. Richmond,VA (Benedictine HS.)
Jameel Warney,F,6-7/Fr. Plainfield,NJ (Roselle Catholic HS.)
Scott King,F,6-8/Fr. (Redshirt)

UMBC Retrievers
Brian Neller,G,6-4/Sr.
Ryan Cook,G,6-2/Sr.
Adrian Satchell,F,6-4/Sr.
Quentin Jones,G,6-0/Jr.
Jamar Wertz,F,6-4/Jr.
Brett Roseboro,F,6-10/Jr.
Chase Plummer,F,6-6/Jr.
Jarell Lane,G,5-11/So.
Joey Getz,G,5-11/So.
Jordan Wejnert,F,6-6/So.
Will Wise,F,6-8/So.
Nate Basalyga,C,6-8/So.
Aaron Morgan,G,5-11/Fr. Newtown,PA (Council Rock North HS.)
Malik Garner,F,6-5/Fr. Philadelphia,PA (Chestnut Hill Academy)

Vermont Catamounts
Ben Crenca,C,6-10/Sr. (4.0ppg, 2.9rpg)
Josh Elbaum,G,6-4/Jr. (1.8ppg)
Sandro Carissimo,G,6-2/Jr. (7.1ppg, 2.4apg)
Brian Voelkel,F,6-5/Jr. (4.6ppg, 8.6rpg)
Clancy Rugg,F,6-8/Jr. (5.0ppg, 3.1rpg)
Luke Apfeld,F,6-7/Jr.  (9.9ppg, 4.1rpg)
Four McGlynn,G,6-2/So. (12.0ppg, 1.2apg)
Brendan Kilpatrick,F,6-4/Fr. Norristown,PA (Malvern Prep)
Ethan O'Day,F,6-8/Fr. Mansfield,Conn. (Northfield-Mt. Hermon HS.)
Troy Davine,G,6-3/Fr. Rutland,Vermont (Vermont Academy)

Saturday, August 18, 2012

2012-2013 Mid-American Conference Men's Basketball Preseason Rosters

Preseason Mid-American Conference Rosters.......

Akron Zips
Brian Walsh,G,6-4/Sr. (8.3ppg, 3.9rpg)
Chauncey Gilliam,G,6-5/Sr. (6.5ppg)
Quincy Diggs,F,6-6/Sr. (8.5ppg, 3.1rpg, 2.4apg)
Zeke Marshall,C,6-11/Sr. (10.4ppg, 5.4rpg)
Alex Abreu,G,5-9/Jr. (9.6ppg, 4.8apg)
Nick Harney,F,6-6/Jr. (8.3ppg, 2.9rpg)
Demetrius Treadwell,F,6-7/Jr. (7.2ppg, 5.1rpg)
Josh Enger,F,6-7/Jr. (1.6ppg)
Adedeji Ibitayo,G,6-3/So. (2.3ppg)
Blake Justice,G,6-1/So.
Luke Avsec,G,5-10/Jr. (Walk-On)
C.J. Oldham,F,6-5/Jr. (Walk-On)
Carmelo Betancourt,G,5-11/Fr. Somerset, NJ (CJEOTO Academy)
Reggie McAdams,F,6-6/Fr. Elida (Ohio) HS.
Jake Kretzer,F,6-6/Fr. Waverly (Ohio) HS.

Ball St. Cardinals
Jauwan Scaife,G,6-2/Sr. (5.9ppg, 1.5rpg)
Zach Fields,C,6-10/Sr. (1.8ppg)
Jesse Berry,G,6-1/Jr. (9.7ppg, 1.6rpg)
Tyrae Robinson,G,6-2/Jr. (8.0ppg, 1.8rpg)
Christopher Bond,F,6-4/Jr. (7.1ppg, 4.4rpg)
Matt Kamieniecki,F,6-7/Jr. (2.4ppg)
Zeke Chapman,G,6-2/So. (1.4ppg)
Aaron Adeoye,F,6-6/So. (3.5ppg, 4.2rpg)
Tyler Koch,G,6-5/Jr. (6.6ppg, 3.3rpg)
Marcus Posley,G,6-1/Fr. Winnebago (Ill.) HS.
Chase Brogna,G,6-0/Fr. Houston,TX (St. Thomas HS.)
Mike Ramey,G,6-5/Fr. Indianapolis, Ind. (Southport HS.)
Bo Calhoun,F,6-6/Fr. South Bend, Ind. (Washington HS.)
Mading Thok,C,7-0/Fr. Boyden, Iowa (Western Christian HS.)

Bowling Green Falcons
Luke Kraus,G,6-2/Sr. (3.4ppg)
Jordon Crawford,G,5-6/Sr. (11.3ppg, 1.8rpg) 
A'uston Calhoun,F,6-7/Sr. (13.6ppg, 5.9rpg)
Cameron Black,F,6-9/Jr. (3.7ppg3.9rpg)
Craig Sealey,F,6-6/Jr. (3.8ppg, 2.6rpg)
Jehvon Clarke,G,6-3/So. (2.3ppg)
Anthony Henderson,G,6-1/So. (1.0ppg)
Chauncey Orr,F,6-4/So. (1.3ppg)
James Erger,G,6-6/Sr. 
Damarkeo Lyshe,G,5-11/So. (Walk-On)
Antonio Ferrell Jr., F,6-5/So. (Walk-On)
Richaun Holmes,C,6-8/So. Moraine Valley (Ill.) CC
Spencer Parker,F,6-6/Fr. Waynesboro, VA (Fishburne Military School)
Desmond Rorie,C,6-9/Fr. (Redshirt)
Josh Gomez,C,6-10/Fr. (Redshirt)

Buffalo Bulls
Tony Watson,G,6-2/Sr. (6.1ppg, 1.9apg)
Corey Raley-Ross,G,6-2/Jr. (2.1ppg)
Jarod Oldham,G,6-3/Jr. (4.7ppg)
Auraum Nuiriankh,F,6-5/Jr. (3.1ppg, 2.2rpg)
Javon McCrea,F,6-6/Jr. (14.7ppg, 6.9rpg)
Cameron Downing,F,6-9/Jr. (2.0ppg, 1.0rpg)
Xavier Ford,F,6-8/So. (1.5ppg)
Raphell Thomas-Edwards,F,6-5/So.
Richie Sebuharara,G,6-1/Sr. (Walk-On)
Jarryn Skeete,G,6-3/Fr. North Bridgton, Maine (Bridgton Academy)
Stan Wier,G,6-2/Fr. Buffalo, NY (East Aurora HS.)
Andre McPhail,F,6-7/Fr. Antioch, Calif. (La Jolla Prep)
Will Regan,F,6-8/So. (Transfer/Virginia)

Central Michigan Chippewas
John Morris,G,5-10/Sr. (0.5ppg)
Finis Craddock,G,6-1/Sr. (2.8ppg)
Olivier Mbaigoto,F,6-6/Sr. (7.1ppg, 4.8rpg)
Derek Jackson,G,6-2/Jr. (11.5ppg, 2.3rpg)
Jevon Harden,F,6-8/Jr. (0.8ppg)
Austin Keel,G,6-3/So. (3.1ppg)
Colin Voss,F,6-8/So. (Redshirt)
Luke Wiest,G,5-10/Jr. (Walk-On)
Auston Barnes,F,6-6/So. (Walk-On)
David Johnson,F,6-3/So. (Walk-On)
DeAndray Buckley,F,6-5/Jr. Indian Hills (IA) CC
Kyle Francis,C,6-9/Jr. Lon Morris (TX) JC
Chris Fowler,G,6-0/Fr. Beverly Hills (Mich.) HS.
Derrick Richardson,G,6-3/Fr. Ypsilanti (Mich.) HS.
Austin Stewart,F,6-5/Fr. Normal, Ill. (West HS.)
Blake Hibbitts,F,6-7/Fr. Hudsonville (Mich.) HS.
John Simons,F,6-8/Fr. Cadillac (Mich.) HS.
Mike Lang,F,6-8/Fr. Delafield (Wis.) HS.

Eastern Michigan Eagles 
Jamell Harris,F,6-8/Sr. (6.3ppg, 6.2rpg)
Matt Balkema,C,6-10/Sr. (4.5ppg, 3.2rpg)
Austin Harper,G,6-2/Jr. (2.7ppg)
J.R. Sims,G,6-3/Jr. (4.5ppg, 1.6rpg)
Anthony Strickland,G,6-5/Jr. (2.3ppg, 2.5rpg)
Derek Thompson,G,6-3/Sr. (7.2ppg, 1.8rpg)
Glenn Bryant,F,6-8/Sr.
Antoine Chandler,G,5-10/So. (Walk-On)
Ray Lee,G,6-4/Fr. Romulus (Mich.) HS.
Jalen Ross,G,5-11/Fr. Greensboro,NC (Greensboro Day School)
James Still,C,6-10/Fr. Detroit (Mich.) Community HS.
Da'Shonte Riley, C,7-0/Jr. (Transfer/Syracuse)
Daylen Harrison,F,6-6/Jr. (Transfer/Wyoming)

Kent St. Golden Flashes
Randal Holt,G,6-1/Sr.
Brian Frank,F, 6-5/Sr. (Walk-On)
Chris Evans,F,6-7/Sr.
Eric Gaines,G,6-4/Jr.
Mark Henniger,F,6-8/Jr.
Shakir Dunning,G,6-1/So. (Walk-On)
Deveraux Manley,G,6-4/So.
Kris Brewer,G,6-3/So.
Justin Brunswick,F,6-9/So. (Walk-On)
Melvin Tabb,F,6-8/Jr. Midland (TX) JC
Darren Goodson,F,6-5/Jr. Pensacola (Fla.) JC
Kellon Thomas,G,5-11/Fr. Indianapolis, Ind. (Southport HS.)
Earvin Morris,G,6-4/Fr. Memphis,Tenn. (East HS.)
Chris Ortiz,F,6-7/Fr. Brooklyn,NY (South Kent School)
Richard Smith,F,6-7/Fr. Chester,VA (Chesterfield Community HS.)
Khaliq Spicer,C,6-9/Fr. Dearborn Heights,Mich. (Robichaud HS.)

Miami (Ohio) Red Hawks
Vince Legarza,C,6-9/Sr. (1.2ppg)
Quinten Rollins,G,6-0/Jr. (7.7ppg, 2.8rpg)
Bill Edwards,G,6-6/Jr. (6.7ppg, 5.6rpg)
Josh Sewell,G,6-5/Jr. (6.3ppg, 2.2rpg)
Jon Harris,F,6-7/Jr. (8.5ppg, 4.1rpg)
Drew McGhee,C,6-10/Jr. (5.2ppg, 2.3rpg)
Will Sullivan,G,6-2/So. (2.1ppg)
Jared Tadlock,C,6-10/So.
Allen Roberts,G,6-2/Jr. (Redshirt/Knee)
Joe Mezher,G,6-3/So. (Walk-On)
Reggie Johnson Jr., G,6-1/Fr. Chicago,Ill. (St.Joseph HS.)
Geovonie McKnight,G,6-4/Fr. Middletown (Ohio) HS.
Will Felder,F,6-7/Jr. (Transfer/St. Francis,PA)
Roderick Lawrence,G,6-4/Fr. Orlando,Fla. (Dr.Phillips HS.)

Northern Illinois Huskies
Tony Nixon,G,6-4/Sr. (5.5ppg)
Aksel Bolin,G,6-7/Jr. (6.2ppg, 5.1rpg)
Marquavis Ford,G,6-2/So. (4.5ppg, 2.0apg)
Abdel Nader,F,6-7/So. (10.4ppg, 4.2rpg)
Kevin Gray,F,6-7/So. (2.8ppg, 3.7rpg)
Keith Gray,F,6-7/So. (5.1ppg, 3.1rpg)
Antone Christian,G,6-2/Jr. (Walk-On)-(5.2ppg)
Brandon Hayes,F,6-4/Jr. (Walk-On)
Travon Baker,G,6-0/Fr. Detroit,Mich. (Consortium College Prep)
Daveon Balls,G,6-1/Fr. Indianapolis,Ind. (Lawrence North HS.)
Akeem Springs,G,6-3/Fr. Waukegan (Ill.) HS.
Mike Davis,G,6-2/Fr. Garfield Heights (Ohio) HS.
Darrell Bowie,F,6-8/Fr. Wauwatosa,Wis. (La Jolla Prep)
Sam Mader,F,6-9/Fr. Appleton (Wis.) HS.

Ohio Bobcats
D.J. Cooper,G,6-0/Sr. (14.7ppg, 5.7apg)
Walter Offutt,G,6-3/Sr. (12.4ppg,3.6rpg)
Ivo Baltic,F,6-8/Sr. (8.7ppg, 5.0rpg)
Reggie Keely,F,6-8/Sr. (9.0ppg, 4.9rpg)
Nick Kellogg,G,6-3/Jr. (9.0ppg, 2.0rpg)
Ricardo Johnson,F,6-6/Jr. (3.1ppg, 2.4rpg)
T.J. Hall,F,6-6/Jr. (3.8ppg, 2.1rpg)
Jon Smith,F,6-7/Jr. (3.6ppg, 4.5rpg)
Stevie Taylor,G,5-10/So. (4.4ppg)
David McKinley,G,5-9/Sr. (Walk-On)
Nick Goff,G,6-4/Jr. (Walk-On)
Travis Wilkins,G,6-3/Jr. Snow (Utah) JC
Kadeem Green,F,6-8/So. (Transfer/Missouri)
Anthony Allen,C.7-0/So. College of Southern Idaho

Toledo Rockets
Dominique Buckley,G,6-2/Sr. (9.7ppg, 2.7rpg)
Curtis Dennis,G,6-5/Sr. (12.7ppg, 3.5rpg)
Reese Holliday,G,6-4/Jr. (7.1ppg, 5.8rpg)
Rian Pearson,F,6-4/Jr. (16.4ppg, 8.3rpg)
Matt Smith,F,6-7/Jr. (8.6ppg, 4.1rpg)
James Ewing,F,6-5/Jr. (Walk-On)
Richard Wonnell,C,6-9/Jr. (Walk-On)
Delino Dear,C,6-9/Jr. (3.4ppg,2.0rpg)
Julius Brown,G,6-0/So. (11.9ppg, 2.4rpg)
A.J. Mathew,G,6-3/So.
Zack Riddle,G,6-2/So. (Walk-On)
Josh Lemons,G,6-0/Fr. Cincinnati,Ohio (LaSalle HS.)
Aubrey Williams,F,6-7/Fr. Brandenton,Fla. (IMG Academy)
Nathan Boothe,C,6-9/Fr. Gurnee,Ill. (Warren Township HS.)

Western Michigan Broncos
Nate Hutcheson,G,6-7/Sr. (9.4ppg, 4.1rpg)
Brandon Pokley,F,6-4/Sr. (4.6ppg)
Shayne Whittington,C,6-10/Jr. (4.2ppg, 4.0rpg)
Hayden Hoerdemann,G,6-3/So. (3.4ppg)
Austin Richie,G,6-2/So. (5.6ppg)
David Brown,G,6-3/Jr. (Redshirt/Knee)
Nick Stapert,F,6-8/Jr. (Redshirt)
Tim Brennan,F,6-5/So. (Walk-On)
Dan Loney,F,6-4/Sr. (Walk-On)
Jared Klein,G,6-1/Fr. Otsego (Mich.) HS.
Charles Harris,G,6-4/Fr. Antioch,Ill. (Lake Forest Academy)
A.J. Avery,F,6-4/Fr. Chicago,Ill. (Saint Rita HS.)
Taylor Perry,F,6-4/Fr. Rochester (Mich.) HS.
Darius Paul,F,6-7/Fr. Gurnee,Ill. (Warren Township HS.)
Kellen McCormick,F,6-8/Fr. West Bloomfield,Mich. (Notre Dame Prep School)
Connor Tava,F,6-6/Fr. Warren,Mich. (DeLaSalle Collegiate HS.)
Von Washington,G,6-0/Fr. Kalamazoo,Mich. (Central HS.)

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Friday, August 17, 2012

2012-2013 SWAC Conference Team by Team Preseason Rosters

Listed below are The SWAC Men's Basketball Preseason 2012-2013 Rosters....

Alabama A&M Bulldogs                                                 Hometown
Marcus Lee,G,6-0/Sr. (3.2ppg)                                          Newbern, AL
Jeremy Ingram,G,5-10/Sr. (5.5ppg)                                    Savannah, GA
Brandon Allen,F,6-5/Sr. (4.3ppg,2.2rpg)                           New York, NY
Jeremy Crutcher,G,5-8/Jr. (9.6ppg,3.9apg)                       Hazel Green, AL
Demarquelle Tabb,F,6-5/Jr. (10.6ppg,7.6rpg)                   Greensboro, AL
Jerome Hunter,C,6-11/Jr. (3.8ppg,3.9rpg)                        Buffalo, NY
Justan Banks,C,7-0/Jr. (1.4ppg, 3.2rpg)                           Oxford, AL
Brandon Ellis,G,6-3/Jr. (Walk-On)- (6.5ppg)                   Grayson, GA                  
Reginald Martin,F,6-6/Jr.                                                  Buffalo, NY
Jose Long,F,6-5/So.                                                         Madison, AL
Anthony Lanier,F,6-6/So. (Walk-On)                               Savannah, GA
Eddie Hardy,G,5-8/Jr. (Walk-On)                                    Birmingham, AL
Green Hill,G,5-10/Jr. (Walk-On)                                      Aransas Pass, TX
B.J. Houston,G,6-7/Fr. Birmingham,Ala. (Vestavia Hills HS.)
Justin Colvin,G,6-3/Fr. Lithonia,Ga. (Miller Grove HS.)
Willie Spencer,F,6-6/Fr. Hazel Green (Ala.) HS.

Alabama St. Hornets                                                        Hometown
Josh Mason,G,6-3/Sr. (1.7ppg)                                          Minneapolis, MN
Stephawn Brown,G,6-4/Sr. (4.4ppg,4.1rpg)                       Detroit, Mich.
Phillip Crawford,F,6-7/Sr. (10.8ppg, 5.9rpg)                      Poplarville, MS
Ryan Watts,G,6-1/Jr. (6.1ppg, 1.9rpg)                               Conyers, GA
Jonathan Jefferson,F,6-6/Jr. (2.1ppg)                                  Tuscaloosa, AL
Luther Page,F,6-6/So. (3.1ppg)                                          Ann Arbor, Mich.
Eugene Johnson,F,6-7/So.                                                   Pleasant Grove, AL
Anthony Price,G,5-9/Sr. (Walk-On)                                   Tuscaloosa, AL
Eric Tucker,C,6-10/Jr. Northeast (Neb.) CC
Tre Green,G,6-2/Fr. Chicago,Ill. (ABCD Prep)
Umut Akkepenek,F,6-5/Fr. Turkey (Impact Basketball Academy)
Tony Armstrong,F,6-5/Fr. Montgomery,Ala. (Carver HS.)
Robert Brown 3rd, F,6-7/Fr. Douglasville,Ga. (Lithia Springs HS.)
Billy Ingram,F,6-6/Fr. Bellamy,Ala. (Sumter Central HS.)

Alcorn State Braves                                                Hometown
Jarvis Moore,G,5-11/Sr.                                            Cleveland, MS
Martrevious Sanders,G,6-0/Sr.                                   Tunica, MS
Marquiz Baker,G,6-2/Sr.                                            Austin, TX
Twann Oakley,G,6-5/Sr.                                             Memphis, TN
Michael Starks,F,6-7/Sr.                                             Belzoni, MS
Ian Francis,F,6-8/Sr.                                                   Los Angeles, Calif.
Chris Brand,F,6-10/Jr.                                                Snyder, TX
Xavian Rimmer,G,6-2/So.                                           Jackson, MS
Tyson Tufono,G,6-2/So.                                             Jackson, MS
JaMichael Hawkins,G,6-5/So. (Walk-On)                  Jackson, MS
KeDorian Sullivan,F,6-6/So.                                       Memphis, TN
Clinton Nwosuh,G,6-2/Fr. Houston,Tex. (Hastings HS.)
Orlandis Hill,G,6-1/Fr. Atlanta,Ga. (Villa Rica HS.)
Devonte Hill,G,6-2/Fr. Memphis,Tenn. (Melrose HS.)
Bradley Smith,F,6-5/Fr. Walterboro,SC (USC Salkehatchie HS)
Shantardrick Hester,F,6-8/Fr. Ridgeland (Miss.) HS.
Stephane Raquil,C,6-10/Jr. Southern Shreveport (LA.) CC
Josh Nicholas,C,7-0/Jr. Wallace State (Ala.) CC
McDarion Abron,C,6-10/Fr. Canton (Miss.) HS.
Jamal Hester,F,6-8/Fr. Starkville (Miss.) HS.

Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions                                        Hometown
Lazabian Jackson,G,6-3/Sr. (9.8ppg, 3.0rpg)                            Eufaula, AL
Mitchell Anderson,F,6-7/Sr. (10.9ppg, 6.3rpg)                          Hanceville, AL
Daniel Broughton,F,6-8/Jr. (10.2ppg, 6.0rpg)                            Pine Bluff, AR
Jamar Harris,F,6-7/Sr.                                                               Eufaula, AL
Jaylon Floyd,F,6-6/So.                                                              Detroit, Mich.
Edward Buford,G,6-2/Sr. (Walk-On)                                        West Helena, AR
Terrell Kennedy,F,6-6/Sr. (Walk-On)                                        Jackson, MS
Marcel Mosley,G,5-11/Jr. (Walk-On)                                        Marion, AR
Kyle Jones,G,5-10/Jr. (Walk-On)                                               Shreveport, LA
Austin Allen,F,6-6/Jr. (Walk-On)                                                Powder Springs, GA
Trent Jeffries,G,6-3/Fr. Gulfport (Miss.) HS.
Trent Whitting,F,6-6/Fr. Des Arc (Ark.) HS.

Grambling St. Tigers                                                           Hometown
Bryant Purvis,F,6-7/Sr. (3.4ppg, 3.4rpg)                                Ranger, TX
Brandon Dorsett,G,6-0/Jr. (6.8ppg, 1.7apg)                           Greensboro, NC
Rondale Livas,G,5-10/Jr. (4.2ppg)                                          Houma, LA
Xavier Rogers,G,6-2/Jr. (8.6ppg, 2.5rpg)                                Dallas, TX
Roman Higgins,G,6-3/Jr. (2.4ppg)                                            Grambling, LA
Demetri Wheeler,F,6-5/Jr. (3.3ppg)                                          Hoover, Ala.
David Copeland,G,6-2/So. (3.9ppg)                                         Chesterfield, VA
Thomas Williams,F,6-7/So. (Transfer/UTSA)
Tivius Guthrie,G,5-9/Fr. Lithonia,Ga. (South Gwinnett HS.)
De'Aires Tate,F,6-6/Fr. Lithonia,Ga. (Martin Luther King HS.)

Jackson St. Tigers                                                                        Hometown
Jonathan Lewis,G,5-10/Sr. (2.5ppg, 2.3apg)                                   Jackson, MS
Christian Williams,G,6-2/Sr. (11.0ppg, 2.4apg, 2.7rpg)                   Manteca, Calif.
Raymond Gregory,F,6-10/Sr. (2.1ppg)                                            Stone Mountain, GA
Davon Jones,F,6-7/Sr. (3.5ppg, 3.1rpg)                                          Oak Park, Mich.
Willie Readus,F,6-6/Jr. (5.7ppg, 4.0rpg)                                          Morton, MS
Keeslee Stewart,G,5-9/So. (4.1ppg, 1.6apg)                                   Edwards, MS
Kelsey Howard,G,6-4/So. (14.6ppg, 4.1rpg)                                   Vicksburg, MS
Sydney Coleman,F,6-7/So. (3.1ppg, 3.8rpg)                                    Meridian, MS
Derrell Taylor,F,6-7/So. (3.7ppg, 4.4rpg)                                         Morton, MS
Jamario Sykes,C,7-2/Jr.                                                                    Port Gibson, MS
Tim Kendricks,G,6-3/Sr.                                                                   Jackson, MS
Travis Ballard,G,5-10/Sr. (Walk-On)                                               Moreno Valley, Calif.
Josh Armstrong,F,6-6/Jr. (Walk-On)                                                St. Louis, MO
Dundrecous Nelson,G,6-0/Jr. (Transfer/Ole Miss.)

Miss. Valley St. Delta Devils                                     Hometown
Brent Arrington,G,6-2/So.                                              Baltimore, MD
Luka Pajkovic,G,6-2/So.                                                Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Blake Ralling,G,6-5/So.                                                  Smyrna, GA
Ruston Hayward,F,6-4/Fr. Houston,Tex. (Phillis Wheatley HS.)

Prairie View A&M Panthers                                                 Hometown
Ronald Wright,G,6-1/Sr. (4.4ppg, 3.1rpg)                                Jacksonville, FL
Ryan Gesiakowski,G,6-4/Sr. (9.5ppg, 2.4rpg)                          Albuqerque, NM
Jourdan DeMuynck,F,6-6/Sr. (10.1ppg, 4.3rpg)                       San Leandro, Calif.
Marcellus Jackson,F,6-6/Sr. (3.0ppg, 2.5rpg)                           Los Angeles, Calif.
Mayol Riathin,C,6-9/Sr. (2.6ppg)                                              Terrell, TX
Louis Munks,G,6-3/Jr. (9.6ppg, 2.7rpg)                                   Arlington, TX
Demondre Chapman,F,6-6/Jr. (8.4ppg, 4.4rpg)                        Flint, Mich.
Cortney Bell,F,6-6/Jr. (2.5ppg)                                                 Chicago, Ill.
Montreal Scott,G,6-3/So. (3.5ppg)                                            Dallas, TX
Jimmie Duplessis,G,6-3/So. (2.2ppg)                                         New Orleans, LA
Jayvian Scranton,G,6-3/So. (Walk-On)                                     Katy, TX
Jules Montgomery,F-C, 6-10/Jr. (Transfer/Long Beach St.)
Cory Jones,G,6-4/Fr. Katy,Tex. (Cypress Lakes HS.)

Southern U. Jaguars                                                      Hometown
Jameel Grace,G,6-0/Sr. (9.6ppg, 4.4rpg)                         Newark, NJ
Derick Beltran,G,6-4/Sr. (13.2ppg, 3.5rpg)                      Tallahassee, FL
Madut Bol,C,6-9/Sr. (3.1ppg)                                           Jersey City, NJ
Michael Celestin,G,6-0/Jr. (8.5ppg, 2.2rpg)                      Mt. Laurel, NJ
Thomas Marshall,G,5-9/So. (1.5ppg)                                Atlanta, GA
Cameron Monroe,G,6-2/So. (3.8ppg)                               Shreveport, LA
John Tatum,G,6-2/Jr.                                                         Baltimore, MD
Neal Webb,F,6-3/Jr.                                                         Baton Rouge, LA
Patrick Coleman,G,6-2/Jr. (Walk-On)                              Memphis, TN
Yondarius Johnson,G,6-4/Jr. Pearl River (Miss.) CC
Aaron Alston,F,6-7/So. Lower Columbia (Calif.) College
Devonse Reed,G,6-3/Fr. Dallas,Tex.
Lance Bernard,G,6-2/Fr. New Orleans,La. (Southern University Lab HS.)
Damian Goodwin,F,6-8/Fr. Decatur,Ga. (Columbia HS.)
Tydrick King,F,6-5/Jr. Southern Shreveport CC

Texas Southern Tigers                                                    Hometown
Dexter Ellington,G,6-1/Sr. (6.4ppg)                                    Cuthbert, GA.
Omar Strong,G,5-8/Sr. (13.3ppg, 2.4rpg)                          North East, MD
Fred Sturdivant,F,6-7/Sr. (9.1ppg, 5.5rpg)                         Brainerd, TN
Madarious Gibbs,G,6-0/So. (6.7ppg)                                 Newnan, GA
Patrick Onwenu,F,6-7/So (3.1ppg)                                    Detroit, Mich.
Jabari Peters,G,6-4/So. (1.7ppg)                                        Brooklyn, NY
Lawrence Johnson-Danner,G,6-4/Jr. (5.6ppg)                    Detroit, Mich.
Aaron Clayborn,F,6-6/Jr. (4.3ppg, 3.7rpg)                        Benton Harbor, Mich.
Ray Penn,G,5-9/Jr. (Transfer/Oklahoma St.)
Tre Bowman,G,6-4/Jr. Midland (Tex.) JC
Mike Craig,F,6-4/Jr. Stone Mountain (GA) CC
Myron Respress,F,6-8/Jr. San Francisco CC
Myles Loving,G,6-1/Fr. (Walk-On)
Aly Mohamed,C,6-9/Fr. Sugar Land, Tex. (Trent Internationale School)

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

2012-2013 Mount Saint Mary's Women's Basketball Non-Conference Schedule

2012-13 Mount St. Mary's Non-Conference Schedule
November 9, at Maryland
November 16, at Rider
November 19, CAMPBELL
November 25, at Howard
November 28, at Bucknell
December 5, UMES
December 8, NAVY
December 16, at Seton Hall
December 20, at Pittsburgh
December 30, AMERICAN
January 2, LEHIGH

Monday, August 6, 2012

Mount Saint Mary's Mens Basketball releases 2012-2013 Non-Conference Schedule

2012-13 Mount St. Mary's Non-Conference Schedule
November 9, at Pittsburgh
November 13, HARTFORD
November 15, at American
November 24, at Georgetown
November 26, at George Washington
December 1, at Binghamton
December 7, NAVY
December 15, at Loyola
December 19, at Indiana
December 22, at Western Michigan
December 29, UMBC

Mount Saint Mary's will play Indiana and Western Michigan for the Very 1st Time!! Looks to be A Great upcoming season!!