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Re: MBB: Presidents' Athletic Conference
« Reply #105 on: December 22, 2009, 12:58:37 am »
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Re: MBB: Presidents' Athletic Conference
« Reply #106 on: February 02, 2011, 03:18:50 pm »
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Re: MBB: Presidents' Athletic Conference
« Reply #108 on: February 27, 2013, 05:12:57 am »
No activity on this board.... oh well, for any Presidents' Athletic Conference coach or fan who is interested:

Here is an interesting look at how individuals impact a team's performance.  The following analysis is not based on individual stats, but compares team performance with individual players in and out of the lineup.  This is an objective analysis using actual data from every game played by Presidents' Athletic Conference teams this season.  Based on this comprehensive analysis, the following players are making the most positive impact on their respective team:

Bethany: LESLIE ADDY in the lineup correlates to decreasing Bethany scoring rate by 0.3ppg and decreasing opponents scoring rate by 8.0ppg - a net gain of 7.7ppg compared to when ADDY is on the bench.  REECE MABERY (7.6ppg) also makes a strong positive impact.

Grove City: MITCH MARMELSTEIN in the lineup correlates to increasing Grove City scoring rate by 8.3ppg and increasing opponents scoring rate by 0.2ppg - a net gain of 8.1ppg compared to when MARMELSTEIN is out of the lineup.

St. Vincent: SEAN KETT on the court correlates to increasing St. Vincent scoring rate by 6.9ppg and reducing opponents scoring rate by 5.9ppg - a net gain of 12.8ppg compared to when KETT is off the floor.  ISAAC TURNER (10.3ppg) and DILLON STITH (7.6ppg) also make a strong positive impact.

Thomas More: D'CARLO HAYES in the lineup correlates to increasing Thomas More scoring rate by 9.6ppg and increasing opponents scoring rate by 1.6ppg - a net gain of 8.0ppg compared to when HAYES is on the bench.  BRANDON HOUSLEY (7.4ppg) also makes a strong positive impact.

Washington and Jefferson: NATE BELLHY game presence correlates to improving Washington and Jefferson scoring rate by 13.8ppg and improving opponents scoring rate by 3.9ppg - a net gain of 9.9ppg compared to when BELLHY is off the floor.  ZACH BELLHY (9.9ppg) also makes a strong positive impact.


On the lighter side, focusing on secondary goals (team stats other than the primary objective - outscoring opponents).  Following are players making the most positive impact in these areas:

Team scoring: having NATE BELLHY on the floor correlates to Washington and Jefferson increasing its scoring rate by 13.8 ppg compared to when BELLHY is on the bench.

Opponent scoring: having LESLIE ADDY on the floor correlates to Bethany decreasing opposition scoring rate by 8.0 ppg compared to when ADDY is on the bench.

Team field goal percentage: having NATE BELLHY on the floor correlates to Washington and Jefferson increasing its field goal percentage rate by 7.1 percentage points compared to when BELLHY is on the bench.

Opponent field goal percentage: having ELIOT PIPES on the floor correlates to Thomas More decreasing opposition field goal percentage rate by 7.6 percentage points compared to when PIPES is on the bench.

Team made field goals: having NATE BELLHY on the floor correlates to Washington and Jefferson increasing its made field goals rate by 5.1 per game compared to when BELLHY is on the bench.

Opponent made field goals: having ELIOT PIPES on the floor correlates to Thomas More decreasing opposition made field goals rate by 4.5 per game compared to when PIPES is on the bench.

Team offensive rebounds: having CHRIS RICHARD on the floor correlates to Thomas More increasing its offensive rebounds rate by 3.1 per game compared to when RICHARD is on the bench.  LESLIE ADDY-Bethany (2.8) also makes a strong positive impact.

Opponent offensive rebounds: having MIKE RESNIK on the floor correlates to Washington and Jefferson decreasing opposition offensive rebounds rate by 4.2 per game compared to when RESNIK is on the bench.

Team turnovers: having ZACH BELLHY on the floor correlates to Washington and Jefferson decreasing its turnovers rate by 4.1 per game compared to when BELLHY is on the bench.

Opponent turnovers: having CHRIS RICHARD on the floor correlates to Thomas More increasing opposition turnovers rate by 2.8 per game compared to when RICHARD is on the bench.

Team steals: having CHRIS RICHARD on the floor correlates to Thomas More increasing its steals rate by 3.6 per game compared to when RICHARD is on the bench.

Team assists: having ZACH BELLHY on the floor correlates to Washington and Jefferson increasing its assists rate by 3.7 per game compared to when BELLHY is on the bench.

Team defensive rebounds: having MIKE RESNIK on the floor correlates to Washington and Jefferson increasing its defensive rebounds rate by 4.2 per game compared to when RESNIK is on the bench.


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Re: MBB: Presidents' Athletic Conference
« Reply #110 on: June 22, 2015, 03:02:23 pm »
Salisbury has hired Andy Sachs from Bethany as their new head coach... http://www.suseagulls.com/sports/mbkb/2015-16/releases/20150622vp4qpx
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Re: MBB: Presidents' Athletic Conference
« Reply #111 on: May 31, 2017, 02:09:39 pm »
Thomas More to leave the PAC after the 2017-2018 season:

http://pacathletics.org/news/2017/5/31/general-thomas-more-to-withdraw-from-pac.aspx

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Re: MBB: Presidents' Athletic Conference
« Reply #112 on: July 06, 2017, 06:40:19 pm »
Thomas More to take on Kentucky at Rupp Arena October 27.

http://www.tmcsaints.com/sports/mbkb/2017-18/releases/20170706ihixv3

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Re: MBB: Presidents' Athletic Conference
« Reply #113 on: July 07, 2017, 02:56:54 pm »
Thomas More joining the SEC? :)