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Delaware State University Hornet
70 Players Tracked
Howard University Bison
0 Players Tracked
Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats
101 Players Tracked
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Rattlers
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Savannah State University Tigers
109 Players Tracked
Coppin State University Eagles
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University of Maryland Eastern Shore Hawks
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Morgan State University Bears
97 Players Tracked
NC A&T Aggies
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North Carolina Central University Eagles
95 Players Tracked
South Carolina State University Bulldogs
112 Players Tracked
Norfolk State University Spartans
89 Players Tracked
becker.prestosports.com 4 days, 3 hours ago

Men’s Basketball: Davis finishes career with All-NECC Honors

Davis ends his career as Becker's all-time leading scorer since joining the NCAA, with 1876 points, far surpassing the previous record of 1699 career points set by Davis' former teammate, Samuel Durodola, at the end of the 2017-2018 season. In just his sophomore year, Davis led the Hawks to the 2017 NECC Championship, and was named the Tournament Most Valuable Player that season. In 2018, Davis was named All-NECC First Team as he led the Hawks back into the NECC finals, in the process becoming the 19th player in school history to reach 1000 career points. Sophomore forward Mateus Ribeiro (Sao Paulo, Brazil / Colegio Pedroso e Oliveira) was named to the NECC Sportsmanship Team.

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Kareem Davis
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gomocs.com 1 week, 6 days ago

Men’s Basketball’s Promising Night Ends in Frustration

UNCG swept the season serieslast sweep was by Chattanooga in the 2014-15 campaign with an 81-72 home win and 61-58 road triumphthe latter came on a buzzer-beating three by Ronrico Whitelast time the Spartans claimed both matchups was 2012-13. That was after UNCG flipped an early seven-point Mocs second half lead into its own seven-point margin, 44-37, with 13:35 to go.The Spartans answered Chattanooga's spurt quickly. Samford (5-8) is sixth followed by Mercer (3-9), The Citadel (3-9), Western Carolina (3-10) and VMI (1-11).The Mocs hit the road for the next three games before returning to Gig City for the final two. on turnover issues.Samford 84, at VMI 77 (OT)The Citadel 67, at Mercer 61at Furman 91, ETSU 61at Wofford 83, Western Carolina 56Feb.

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ungathletics.com 1 week, 6 days ago

University of North Georgia Athletics

was the top shooter in the event as the No. 19 University of North Georgia rifle team earned another top finish by beating The Citadel by 13 points Saturday.Sanctuary led all shooters in the smallbore discipline, firing a 577 that included a perfect string in the prone position. He followed that up with a 583 in air rifle, putting each string between scores of 96 and 99.was the Nighthawks' top air rifle performer, finishing two points behind The Citadel's Isabelle Blystone with a 587. After an opening string of 95, Medina shot nothing but scores of 99 and 98 the rest of the way.North Georgia will next take on VMI in a NCAA qualifying match at VMI next Saturday.

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The Citadel
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dsuhornets.com 2 weeks, 2 days ago

MAISONET NAMED TO PRESEASON ALL-MEAC SECOND TEAM

(Feb. 7, 2019) --- Delaware States Darnel Maisonet (sr.; Tall Pines, N.J.) has been named to the 2019 Preseason All-MEAC Baseball Second Team outfield, in voting by league head coaches and sports information representatives announced today. In addition, the MEAC announced the predicted order of finish for the 2019 Northern and Southern Division baseball races. Coppin State is the favorite to repeat as Northern Division champs with 13 of 18 first place votes and 66 total points. Defending MEAC Tournament champ North Carolina A&T is the favorite to win the Southern Division crown.

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The Citadel
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babsonathletics.com 2 weeks, 2 days ago

WPI Holds Off Men's Basketball, 70-61

WORCESTER, Mass.Sophomore Jake Needleman (Morganville, N.J.) scored a game-high 17 points and WPI outscored visiting Babson College 19-10 over the final 6:53 of regulation to pull out a 70-61 victory in New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) men's basketball action on Wednesday night inside Harrington Auditorium. Needleman went 5-of-8 from beyond the arc, sophomore Reid Walker (Lithia, Fla.) scored 14 points, and junior Jake Wisniewski (West Brookfield, Mass.) With the score tied for the third and final time at 51-51 following a Jaworski three-pointer with 7:49 remaining, first-year Casey Shane (West Hartford, Conn.) nailed a jumper and followed with a layup to spark a six-point run that put WPI in front for good. Babson got within 38-27 at the break and made eight of its first 10 shots to pull even at 46-46 on a transition bucket by first-year Colin Bradanese (Billerica, Mass.)

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becker.prestosports.com 3 weeks ago

Men's Basketball’s heroics not enough against Southern Vermont

Sophomore forward Mateus Ribeiro (Sao Paulo, Brazil / Colegio Pedroso e Oliveira) finished with 12 points and six boards. Senior guard Josh Borders (Fort Lauderdale, Fla. / Coral Springs Charter School) led Southern Vermont with 24 points. Senior guard Aaron Murray (Camden, N.J. / Wheaton) was a presence inside with 10 points, eight boards and three blocks. Becker tied it at 64-64 on a steal and layup by Carr, but that was as close as the Hawks would come as the Mountaineers made all four free throws taken in the final six seconds to put the game away.

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Mateus Ribeiro
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Kareem Davis
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athletics.lesley.edu 1 month ago

Lynx Drop Conference Match to Hawks, 107-85

Treyvon Trent hit the first make of the game from downtown to give the Lynx early momentum. Most of the first half was a back and forth battle with both teams exchanging points, but it was the Lynx who held the consistent lead through the first ten minutes. White drove to the hoop for a layup and the first tie score of the game 20-20 with 9:21 left in the first half, but O'Donnell responded in the next possession for the Lynx with a trey to give his team the three point lead. Joey Martin (13) and Will Sgro (11) were next on the leader board, followed by Tristen Reese, Chase Howard, and Jordan Carter tallying 10 points.

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Chase Howard
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Tristen Reese
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goashlandeagles.com 1 month ago

No. 7 Ashland Coasts To Big Win in Non-Conference Play

7 in the NABC Division II coaches' poll, held visiting Ohio-Chillicothe to just 32 percent shooting as the Eagles raced to an 80-48 win on Tuesday (Jan. 22) night at Kates Gymnasium. The game concluded the non-conference schedule for the Eagles (17-1) as they will resume GLIAC play on Saturday at 3 p.m. at Wayne State. That was the start of a 17-2 run that saw the Eagles hold Ohio-Chillicothe to just 1-for-8 shooting and three turnovers over the last seven minutes of the first half as the hosts took a 35-22 lead into halftime. Senior forward John Brady also matched a career high with seven points, including a 3-pointer and a dunk.

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Ben Haraway
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pennathletics.com 1 month, 1 week ago

University of Pennsylvania Athletics

Quaker Meeting House (QMH) remembered being hesitant as he entered the office of Northwestern men's basketball coach Bill Carmody in the summer of 2005 to tell him he was taking a new job.The new job was a step up, of course. The winner of the contest will earn a share of the Big 5 title, the Quakers' win over Villanova on December 11 opening the door for them but also for the Owls who can finish 3-1 in city play. Nothing new, of course: Temple has won 11 in a row over the Quakers after Penn's Dunphy-recruited team dramatically knocked off their former mentor in his first game back at The Palestra as the Owls' head coach in 2007.Ah, but then there is that one win.It came in the 2010 NCAA Tournament. Mentee finally bested mentor, 78-65, the first step on Cornell's march to the Sweet Sixteen that year.This, of course, provided fodder for the anti-Dunphy crowd out thereoh yes, it existswho said he can never win in the NCAA Tournament.

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Bill Carmody
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illinoiscollegeathletics.com 1 month, 1 week ago

The Week Ahead in IC Athletics: January 15

Following that one, the Lady Blues will come home to Sherman Gymnasium for a mid-afternoon start with Cornell on Alumni Day for the basketball programs.Wednesday night brings a test from Monmouth's three-pronged offensive attack. After IC took a 29-14 lead after one quarter, the game turned into a track meet and the Lady Blues were able to hang on after Cornell cut its deficit to a single point in the final 15 seconds of the contest. Slowing him down will be critical if the Blueboys want to return the favor to Monmouth on its home floor.On Saturday, Cornell comes to Jacksonville for an Alumni Day matchup at 5 p.m. Back on Dec. 8, Illinois College overcame a 44-42 halftime deficit to earn a 77-69 win over the Rams in Mount Vernon, Iowa.had 10 of his 14 in the second half to spur the comeback. This weekend brings a trip to the Chicago suburb of Naperville as the Blueboys and Lady Blues take on North Central College in a dual meet.In this same meet last season, North Central took home wins on both the men's and women's sides, giving IC some added motivation after its long layoff.andset school records in the 1000 Freestyle last month and more records could be ready to fall as Illinois College trains its way towards next month's MWC Championships.

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