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Title: WBB: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: awadelewis on October 14, 2012, 08:46:43 pm
Not long to start of the hoops season... good time to start up a new topic for the SAA.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on December 08, 2012, 11:36:22 pm
CENTRE is coming off a wonderful 2011-12 campaign that saw the senior-laden Colonels win the SCAC regular season, the SCAC tourney and advance to the D3 sweet 16.  A lot of gaps remain to be addressed by the the Colonels for this season.  Significant youth and no Maggie Prewitt for the 1st time in 4 years.  A new conference to boot.  There are some gamers on this Lady Colonels squad - Chelsea Benham, Paige Baechle & Bridget Winstead come to mind.  A sophomore guard, Maggie Hartlage shows lots of potential too.  The early part of the season will challenge the squad and some losses will be racked up.  Look for this team to grow as they begin playing the conference part of the schedule.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: awadelewis on December 09, 2012, 03:24:00 pm
Rhodes is off to a good start, sitting at 5-0 at the moment.    Things fall pretty quick after that with Berry and Sewanee playing slightly above 0.500 ball at 4-3 and then a big drop-off to the rest of the league.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on December 11, 2012, 10:51:53 pm
Big win for Centre on the road tonight @ Spalding in double OT 76-70.  Paige Baechle poured in 27 points along with 15 rebounds to lead the Lady Colonels. 
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 06, 2013, 03:47:00 pm
Nice road win for the Lady Colonels today in Birmingham pulling out a 67-66 cliffhanger.  Mary Winstead drove the lane with 3 seconds to go getting fouled with the score knotted @ 66.  She converted the 2nd free throw to send Centre out a winner.  Paige Baechle weighed in with a double-double yet again pulling down 13 rebounds and tallying 26 points.  Bridgett Winstead followed with 11 points and Chelsea Benham scored 10.  Got to hand it to Centre as they hung around the final 20 minutes to get the W.  This team is still working to establish an identity but I think they are developing more consistency & balance with each passing game. 
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 06, 2013, 03:59:46 pm
Rhodes looks to be the team in the SAA for the 1st season of play.  Lauren Avant is the real deal as she averages a double double nightly.  She generated big numbers today - 32 points - in a comfortable win at Oglethorpe.  I attended the one game @ Mallory Gym this season that Rhodes lost to a lesser opponent on an overall bad performance by the team.  In that game, Avant scored 39 & nearly pulled the Lynx out of the ditch at the end.  Rhodes now has at least one of their big post players back playing & this will help bolster their offensive options.  I don't see any major competition for Rhodes in league play this year.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: ououou on January 08, 2013, 01:15:05 pm
Avant plays at another level. Fun to watch her.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 12, 2013, 05:00:07 pm
Looks like Avant is going to have another 30+ points effort to lead her team over Hendrix today after being down early in the 2nd half.

Centre Lady Colonels got double-doubles from both Baechle and Benham to win convincingly by 19 over Sewanee @ home this afternoon. Baechle continues to average a double-double for Centre posting 19.3 points and 10.5 rebounds.  While it's a growing season for the young Colonels, they have opened SAA play 3-1.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 18, 2013, 10:03:22 pm
Centre Women go to 4-1 in conference play with a 68-51 win over Oglethorpe tonight.  Bridgett Winstead and Hillary Moore led the Colonels with 15 points each.  They tallied 9 triples between them.  Paige Baechle had another double-double with 13 points & 12 rebounds.  Chelsea Benham pitching in 11.  Centre hosts Berry on Sunday.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 18, 2013, 10:19:22 pm
Competitive defensive tussle tonight at Mallory Gym between Rhodes and Millsaps.  Rhodes prevailed down the stretch winning 58-51.  Millsaps played hard and dominated the 1st 30 minutes of action.  The Majors' prominent post presence - Shantae Morton - owned the lane a good bit of the early going.  With about 7 1/2 minutes left in the game, Morton got socked with a double technical for arguing a call.  Rhodes knocked down 3 of the 4 free throws to take the lead which they were able to maintain to the finish.  Sara Johnson came up big with some key plays and 15 points for the Lynx.  Lauren Avant made several circus scoring plays in the home stretch.  Sara Womack was big on the defensive end and grabbing rebounds in critical moments of the game for Rhodes.  Rhodes remains undefeated in conference play.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 25, 2013, 06:52:31 pm
Chelsea Benham has a half-time double double going (16 pts; 10 Reb) as Centre leads Hendrix 37-24 at the break.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 25, 2013, 08:44:18 pm
Chelsea Benham has a half-time double double going (16 pts; 10 Reb) as Centre leads Hendrix 37-24 at the break.
Benham in fact had a career night in leading the Lady Colonels to a 67-55 victory over Hendrix this evening. She knocked down 13-22 shots in scoring 29 and she also corralled 17 rebounds. Two other players in the game posted double doubles - Jamie Tate had 10 boards to go along with 15 points, and Paige Beachle continued her streak with 13 points & 16 boards. Hillary Moore tallied 13 for the Colonels who are now 6-1 in league play as they prepare to host the league's 1st place team in the Rhodes Lynx on Sunday afternoon.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 26, 2013, 10:59:34 am
As Centre prepares to play league #1 Rhodes Sunday, the Colonels have been riding a nice 5-game conference winning streak. The way of the Colonels during this run has been through the low post where Paige Baechle and senior Chelsea Benham are doing yeoman's work. Baechle is riding a 10-game double-double streak of boards & points. During the winning streak she is averaging 20 points and 13.4 rebounds a game. Benham's numbers aren't shabby either - she's averaged 16.6 points and 9.1 rebounds. What's in the numbers?  The team has out rebounded its opponents the last 6 games by 6.5 each time out. Last night the margin against Hendrix was +20!  The key is stopping opponents on the defensive end with consistent board work and pulling down a few offensive rebounds too. Both Baechle and Benham have been effective at both ends of the floor doing this. Centre is only an average shooting team so the solid rebounding has been big for the team. Benham & Baechle are also helping open up the perimeter for Bridgett Winstead, Hillary Moore and other Centre guards to get some decent offensive looks at the basket. 

Colonels will have their hands full defending Rhodes on Sunday. The Lynx's Lauren Avant has no equal in the league offensively in creating and getting the ball to open teammates. Rhodes has a constantly improving point guard in sophomore point guard Sara Johnson who shows lots of guile and intensity nightly. The team will play small much of the time preferring to spread the floor with quicker athletic players that create nightly matchup issues for opponents. The Lynx can change tempo by bringing in 6'3" post Amy Handelman.  Sunday we'll just see what Matt Dean and Rhodes cook up to combat Centre's dynamic duo of Baechle and Benham. Something tells me one of the less-heralded players on one of these two teams will step to the forefront to make a big play that helps determine the game's outcome.   
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 27, 2013, 03:01:37 pm
A good basketball game @ Centre this afternoon with Rhodes coming out on top 71-66 and ending the Colonels' 5 game winning streak. Rhodes continues to be the talk of the league as the team ups its league record to 8-0 and 16-1 overall.  Catherine Eckert led the Lynx with 16 and Lauren Avant contributed 13 rebounds and 13 points to the Rhodes cause.  Centre led throughout this one but their bigs - Benham and Baechle - got into foul trouble while carrying the team most of the way.  Benham, despite fouling out, had another huge performance dropping in 22 points to go along with 14 boards.  Baechle was tough too as she matched her seasonal average of 19 points and 11 rebounds while committing her 5th foul in the game's waning seconds.   This was Baechle's 11th consecutive double double!  Centre goes back to the road this coming weekend against Oglethorpe and Berry.  Rhodes visits Millsaps and Birmingham Southern.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 27, 2013, 11:06:48 pm
Congratulations to the Hendrix Warriors on their win @ Sewanee today.  It has been a long, difficult season record-wise but this young team is improving with each passing game.  There are probably a few more wins coming their way in the remaining weeks of play.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 01, 2013, 07:41:13 pm
Two teams in Atlanta tonight brought the chill indoors as Centre and Oglethorpe combined to shoot 26% with Centre gaining the advantage at the foul line to win 46-40.  For Centre, Baechle, Benham and Hartlage were the big scorers with 12, 7 and 7 respectively.  Baechle notched her 13th double-double as she had 18 rebounds.  Benham grabbed 12 boards.  Gabby Cole led Oglethorpe with 10.  Centre goes to 9-10 overall; 7-2 in conference play.  Next up for the Colonels is Berry on Sunday.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 04, 2013, 01:06:48 pm
Again got to witness Centre in action live on Sunday @ Berry College.  The Colonels came out blazing from the start and played an outstanding game winning by 22 after leading at the half 46-25.  Centre shot 60% in the opening 20 minutes and played stellar defense against the Vikings throughout the game, holding Berry to 24% shooting.  Again Centre dominated inside by outrebounding Berry 48-36 with Paige Baechle recording her 14th consecutive double-double- 22 points and 14 rebounds.  Paige also dished out 5 nifty assists and recorded 2 steals.  Other key contributors for the Colonels were Jenna Mire with 8 boards and 7 points, Maggie Hartlage with 11 points and Chelsea Benham who had 9 points and 9 rebounds.  Centre had 11 ladies play and 10 scored.  Berry was led by their leading scorer, Chanlir Segarra who tossed in 20 while Tara Mullinax tallied 10.  Centre is now 8-2 in conference play which puts them 1 game behind co-leaders Rhodes and Millsaps.  Centre will get a homecourt rematch this coming weekend against Millsaps.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 08, 2013, 08:58:21 pm
Tonight Birmingham Southern almost turned the tables on the Lady Colonels in Danville after Centre had beaten BSU in Birmingham on a late free throw to win in January. This time the Panthers came up short with Chelsea Benham draining a late free throw to force OT and Centre went on to win 75-69. Some basketball aficionados might say Centre is pointing towards their Sunday afternoon tilt against Millsaps. Honestly though Centre struggles to match up with the Panthers in the post and tonight was no different. The Colonels' Paige Baechle recorded her 15th consecutive double-double by scoring 21 and pulling down 17 boards.  Chelsea Benham tallied 15 and Jenna Mire 11.  Centre goes to 9-2 in conference.



Just watched Rhodes win 71-46 against a gutty little Berry squad.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 10, 2013, 05:00:36 pm
Centre women take care of business at home defeating Millsaps 66-55. This outcome catapults Rhodes into sole possession of 1st place after Rhodes' victory over Oglethorpe. In the Centre win Paige Baechle led the squad with 17 points and 13 rebounds. Senior Chelsea Benham chipped in 14 along with Alexis Guy who also had 14. Centre hits the road next weekend with tough games against both Hendrix and Rhodes.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 12, 2013, 11:33:40 pm
Definitely some good news stories coming out of the SAA as we go into the final weekend of the regular season. 

Rhodes has produced a tremendous season to date with only 2 losses which could easily have been wins. The team has won 20 games. Junior Lauren Avant has likely garnered Player of the Year averaging 21.6 points and 9.6 rebounds per game. When she is healthy Lauren fills up a stat sheet nightly.  She makes her team better almost every night in the many ways she contributes.  She is a unique talent in Division 3 and the SAA.

Millsaps in league play has been right there with Rhodes the entire season. Coach Winkler may not have a Lauren Avant on his team but he certainly coaches an athletically talented and balanced squad that competes hard nightly. Millsaps has both inside and outside players with talent.  Aside from losing early several games outside the conference the Majors have consistently stayed near the top of the league.

As a Centre partisan I marvel at what this team has accomplished this season after losing Maggie Prewitt and a bunch of other graduating seniors from last year's sweet 16 team. Following a pre-conference schedule with a pile of tough losses the Colonels have progressed nicely during conference play the way coaches like to see it.  Junior Paige Baechle has quietly put together one of the best seasons ever by a Centre player in history. With 18.8 points and 11.9 rebounds per game, she has helped Centre to a 10-2 league record at this juncture.

Finally I have to applaud an underdog most of this year - the Hendrix Lady Warriors. These young ladies have hung tough through a lengthy losing streak to record 3 wins in their last 5 games. While this group has truly struggled in the wins department, they are competing at a much higher level as the regular season winds down this weekend.  Think there's an excellent chance Hendrix gets 2 more wins this weekend to finish the season with a 4-game winning streak. Got to hand it to Jamie Tate who averages a double double for the Warriors with 12.9 points and 12.0 boards a game.

Congratulations SAA ladies at all 8 schools on a fine 1st year for this conference.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 16, 2013, 02:34:11 am
A most impressive road win tonight for Centre (78-56) as sophomore Maggie Hartlage led the Lady Colonels with 22 points and 6 rebounds.  She made 11-12 shots and played outstanding defense.  Hendrix was effective in the 1st half keeping the Centre bigs mostly out of getting easy looks and rebounds.  Both Benham (12 pts) and Baechle (15 pts) rode the bench for significant time due to fouls.  Backup five - Mary Stough (13 pts) -  picked up the slack in the middle to help keep an 8-10 point lead much of the final 6-7 minutes of the 1st half.  Jamie Tate recorded another double double for the Warriors with 13 points and 11 :) boards.  Centre showed a lot of poise and grit throughout as they made good use of their pressure defense much of the way which eventually wore down the Warriors midway through the 2nd half.  Centre heads to Rhodes Sunday to try to gain a tie for the conference lead to wrap up the regular season by defeating the #1 Lynx.

Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 17, 2013, 05:11:32 pm
Tremendous game @ Rhodes with Centre pulling out a well-earned 69-65 win.  Double-double player Paige Baechle came through with 32 points and 19 rebounds with great support from the entire team. Mary Winstead came off the bench to record 11 big points and some clutch free throws. Centre played solid defense holding the Lynx down offensively in the 2nd half. Rhodes got 17 each from the Sara's - Womack and Johnson. 3-way champs of the SAA - Centre, Rhodes and Millsaps. Millsaps wins tournament host rights next weekend on account of the best home conference record.

Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 22, 2013, 03:42:21 pm
Millsaps defeats Sewanee easily 64-33.  The Tigers hung around for the opening 10 minutes and actually held a lead much of the first portion of the game.  The depth and athleticism of Millsaps took over to close the half on a big run to put a wrap on the 1st half.  The Majors widened the margin of the lead early in the final half & Sewanee looked fatigued the remainder of the way.

BSC and Berry will square off in about 15 minutes in game 2.  This one should be competitive.  Berry is good from the perimeter and Birmingham Southern has perhaps a bit more balance, but I think either team is capable of advancing.

Understand the video feeds @ Millsaps are out right now and I'm not certain whether they are updating Live Stats.  Will try to post a bit more frequently today.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 22, 2013, 04:24:17 pm
Berry is up 30-22 with 6 minutes left in the 1st half.  Chanlir Segarra is lighting it up for the Vikings.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 22, 2013, 04:30:58 pm
Berry up 39-28 with 2:51 left on the 1st half clock.  They are shredding the BSU defense.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 22, 2013, 04:39:45 pm
Halftime with Berry leading 49-35.  I count Segarra with 25 points and 5 threes.  Not as competitive so far as I expected but that's why they play 40 minutes!
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 22, 2013, 05:39:51 pm
Berry hangs on to win 81-76.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 22, 2013, 09:41:44 pm
Rhodes was able to grind out a win against an improving Oglethorpe team.  Looks like Centre will need to grind as well as they find themselves down 32-30 at half.  Hendrix has been effective defending the high low post action of the Colonels.  They have also managed to make a better percentage of shots in the 1st half then Centre.  Alexis Guy has penetrated the defense to score on several occasions, but the Colonels haven't got enough of this.  Go Centre!
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 22, 2013, 10:56:47 pm
Hendrix pulls out a well-earned OT win over Centre 69-68 tonight. Hendrix made big plays at critical times and even senior Chelsea Benham couldn't bail out the Colonels. Hendrix moves on to face #2 seed Rhodes. Centre finishes the season 14-11 with tremendous heart and determination. Congratulations to all of the student athletes participating in the SAA tournament.  Hope Hendrix and Rhodes have an equally exciting game tomorrow.   
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 23, 2013, 12:53:27 am
Seemingly always a bitter pill to swallow when it's one and done in the league tournament as Centre experienced tonight against Hendrix.  In lots of ways this was a remarkable season for the young Colonels.  They finished the season in a blaze of quality basketball to tie for the regular season title when most would have thought this was a Centre rebuilding year.  This group learned much along the way of their season's journey.  They played with an abundance of youth.  They were challenged by an exceedingly difficult out of conference schedule early which accounted for 8 of their 11 losses.  The great thing about this Centre team was the way they grew and matured as a unit with each passing game.  The early season prepared these ladies for the outstanding run they put together in the conference.  What a joy it was to witness this year's life lessons for this group.  Whatever lies ahead, the Centre community can be proud of this basketball team. ;)
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 23, 2013, 07:54:24 pm
Berry and Millsaps knotted at 31-31 at the half.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 23, 2013, 08:11:28 pm
Berry and Millsaps knotted at 31-31 at the half.
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Berry is hanging tough - only down 3 with 9+ minutes remaining.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 23, 2013, 09:00:39 pm
Berry had a decent gameplan and played Millsaps well tonight.  Millsaps triumphed in the end 66-59 on the strength of free throws and solid defense.  The Majors also benefitted from a gift 3-pointer to end the half on an inbounds play with 0.5 seconds remaining.  Millsaps now needs to await the outcome of the Rhodes-Hendrix game which begins in 5 minutes to see who they match up with in the championship.

Rhodes played fine defense tonight in handing Hendrix a 13-point defeat.  Key contributions came from Sarah Johnson, Natalie Goodrum, Catherine Eckert and Lauren Avant.  I look for another defensive slugfest tomorrow from both combatants.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Ralph Turner on February 23, 2013, 11:54:54 pm
Thanks for the updates this season.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 01:06:53 pm
#d3h
Good one today from Millsaps - expecting a defensive tussle between Rhodes & Millsaps.  We know the Majors don't like uptempo.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 01:37:19 pm
#d3h Wondering whether Mat Dean will start Lauren Avant today? ???
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 02:48:46 pm
#d3h
About 8 minutes from tipoff in Jackson MS.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 03:11:44 pm
Millsaps up 13-12 early.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 03:15:40 pm
#D3h Rhodes leading 15-13 with 10:26 remaining in opening half.  Avant just went coast to coast for 2.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 03:18:38 pm
#d3h 9:13 to go in the 1st half - Millsaps up -16-15.  Morton just knocked 3 FTs.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 03:24:40 pm
#d3h
6:18 left in the 1st half.  Majors lead 23-22.  Morton has been a difference maker so far
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: njf1003 on February 24, 2013, 03:27:01 pm
Thanks for the updates as I'm not paying for video that probably won't work and the live stats aren't working either....
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 03:31:08 pm
Millsaps up 1 with 2 minutes in the half.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 03:38:22 pm
#D3hHalftime score 31-30 Rhodes on another Avant coast to coast goal before the buzzer.  Great game so far!
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 03:50:02 pm
If you like good defensive basketball this game @ Millsaps today is a dandy for sure.  Both squads have everything on the floor early.  Some key plays have been made at both ends of the floor by each team.  Look for a tense close one to the wire here.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 03:51:43 pm
#d3h
Got to love the defense being played by both teams at Millsaps today.  2nd half about to begin. :)
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 03:54:37 pm
#d3h Millsaps scores quickly; they are up 32-31.  Rhodes ties on a FT.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 03:58:08 pm
#D3h Morton is asserting herself - 5 quick points Millsaps up 39-32 with 16:34 to play in the game.  Morton has 3 3's in the game.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:00:32 pm
#D3h Avant just canned a 3 from the left corner.  39-35 Majors.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:03:03 pm
#d3h

Millsaps leads 45-38 with 13:30 to play.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:06:04 pm
#d3h Rhodes knocks down 2 consecutive long range bombs at the 12:15 mark.  Majors up 45-44.  Great game!
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:09:05 pm
#d3h PG Perez just got a conventional 3pt play.  Majors and Rhodes knotted at 48
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:10:53 pm
#d3h
Under 10 to play; Avant hits 2 FTs to give Rhodes a 50-48 lead.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:16:34 pm
#d3h
8 minutes to play - Rhodes leads 52-48
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:22:34 pm
#d3h
5:25 to play Rhodes up 55-52
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:24:09 pm
#d3h
4:38 Rhodes leads 55-54
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:26:37 pm
#d3h
Millsaps leads by 1 2:49 to play.  Morton just scored a layout to get the Majors the lead 58-57.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:29:44 pm
#d3h
Millsaps converts to go up by 3 with 1:47 left on the clock.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:31:56 pm
61-61 with 1:22 to play.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:35:05 pm
Rhodes leads by 2 with 30 seconds to play.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:37:30 pm
63-61 Rhodes. Johnson to shoot 2 FTs with 4.4 to play.
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Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:38:45 pm
Rhodes up 4 after Johnson scores 2 FTs.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 04:42:58 pm
#d3h
Rhodes wins 66-64. Tremendous b-ball game with many big plays. Avant was the star for sure, even on a bum foot! ;D
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2013, 07:55:02 pm
Classic basketball @ Millsaps this afternoon. Both teams - Millsaps and Rhodes - played at a high level which made it exciting for the pure fan. Stats were nearly identical for both teams except for rebounds, and the defense was intense throughout. Each team got big plays at monumental moments of the game.  Even when Rhodes got 2 huge free throws from Sarah Johnson with 4+ seconds left to extend the lead to 4 Millsaps never gave an ounce as they got a successful deep three 2.5 seconds later to close the gap to one before one more foul led to a final free throw to close out the Lynx win. Lauren Avant helped tremendously make the late game conversions for Rhodes that kept the Majors slightly behind.  I thought Millsaps' Morton played an outstanding game as well. She has a flair for the big dramatic play. But in truth all of the players in this game raised the level of their play for the spectators. This game was a beautiful wrapup for the opening SAA basketball season. 
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 25, 2013, 04:36:20 pm
Great for the Rhodes Lynx being chosen to host this weekend against Lousiana College with Wash U and Texas-Dallas in the other Friday night game.  Know the folks in the American Southwest Conference are surprised they are sending two teams to Memphis, and not getting to host in LA. :o
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Ralph Turner on February 25, 2013, 10:12:24 pm
I posted this on the SCAC page.

So did the NCAA as the two ASC schools get sent to Rhodes - RHODES? - and Trinity's stuck with a trip to the west coast  :o
Incredible ain't it!  I had asked this question last night during Hoopsville as to whether Rhodes had a chance at hosting as a result of geography.
Geographic proximity.  It saves the NCAA flights because my favorite is Wash U, with LaCollege as the #2.

Rhodes:  from Wash StL   - 299 miles
              from LaCollege   - 394 miles
              from UT-Dallas   -  460 miles

IMHO, since HPU did not make it a Texas/Louisiana Thing (with UT-D, LaCollege, Trinity and HPU), they flew Trinity out.

The other limiting factor is who submitted a bid to host.  ;)
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 28, 2013, 08:52:40 pm
Tomorrow night @ Rhodes' Mallory Gym in Memphis, first round NCAAD3 games will kick off starting @ 5 pm CT. Washington University will lead off against Texas-Dallas. The nightcap begins @ 7:30 with Rhodes playing Louisiana College. Tickets go on sale @ 3:30 pm CT in Mallory Gym. One can call Rhodes @ 901-843-3948 for additional information or go to the following link:
http://www.rhodeslynx.com

Come out to the beautiful Rhodes campus for some good women's basketball Friday.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Ralph Turner on March 01, 2013, 11:32:28 pm
Congratulations to Rhodes on their victory over La College!

Great win for your program, and you get the the Lady Bears tomorrow night.

That WUStL/UTD game was a great one too!  The biggest lead by UTD was 6; WUStL was 5!
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on March 02, 2013, 12:47:57 am
Saw both games @ Rhodes tonight. Two tremendously exciting 1st round games and it's certainly special for the host team to live to play another night!  Think both Texas-Dallas and Louisiana College represented their respective schools well tonight coming out on the short end. I really was impressed with the Comets and point guard Katie Korioth.  Natosha Gottlieb of Louisiana College was  outstanding at getting off her shot against Rhodes all evening. Louisiana College expended lots of mental energy to grab the reins from Rhodes in the latter stages of the 2nd half.  I honestly thought they had completed the victory  task when they went up 6 points & held Rhodes scoreless for 7 minutes.  Must also applaud the victors as both Wash U and Rhodes had the gumption and drive to get it done. Lauren Avant literally willed her Lynx squad to victory in the last 4 minutes. If I recall correctly it was Lauren 7-0 over La College in those critical 4 minutes.  The Lynx have shown tremendous resilience in both last Sunday's win over Millsaps & tonight in the late going against La College

It is always more enjoyable for a true basketball fan to witness games that are competitively played by all of the participants.  That was certainly the case tonight at Mallory Gym in Memphis.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on March 02, 2013, 09:33:18 am
One stat last night that helped Rhodes - turnovers committed.  Rhodes won and committed 15 turnovers; Louisiana College had 18.  Something had to give in this game as Rhodes came in as one of the better teams in D3 at avoiding turnovers while Louisiana College might be the best at forcing them - nearly 30 per game.

The Lynx' opponent Saturday night is totally different than LC. Think we'll see more of the true bigs playing tonight with 6'2" Barber and 6'3" Handelman who both played sparingly Friday against the smaller quicker LC team. Rhodes will probably pick up the game's pace a bit against Wash U.  The Bears will seriously defend and  out-muscle most teams in the paint.  Avant particularly and Johnson are quicker players than the Wash U guards and they will need to exploit this to their advantage.  The ability of Wash U to exert patience on offense and get 2nd chance points is a key to their style and success.  It will help Rhodes if they can effectively spread the floor and knock down some 3's because the Bears appear to be very stingy defending inside.

Look for a defensive, physical game played in the 50s.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on March 02, 2013, 10:22:19 am
The Memphis Commercial Appeal writeup link on the D3 games played at Rhodes last night:

http://www.commercialappeal.com/news/2013/mar/01/lauren-avant-gets-going-late-to-lift-rhodes-to/
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on March 02, 2013, 07:53:10 pm

Well earned Bears win tonight in Memphis 78-75 against an undersized but tenacious Rhodes team.  Good luck Washington University as you advance.  Congratulations Rhode Lynx on a fabulous season.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on March 02, 2013, 11:45:27 pm
Thoroughly enjoyed the game @ Rhodes tonight.  Rhodes did a fine job hosting this weekend of games, and the Rhodes Women gave an admirable accounting of themselves in an entertaining game with Wash U.  I was surprised by the amount of scoring but I knew Rhodes would increase tempo to attempt to snap the Bears out of their comfort zone.  In the end, the Bears' superior size, solid defense and decent offensive balance earned them the win.  The Lynx never quit but they simply couldn't drain enough 3's to overcome Wash U.  Rhodes senior Sarah Womack went out on a high note with a 16-point effort.  Lauren Avant and Sarah Johnson were key contributors as well.  Avant had quite a weekend pouring in 59 points and pulling down 17 boards in the 2 games.  The SAA can be proud of the effort put forth by the Rhodes Lynx.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: gordonmann on March 16, 2013, 04:01:55 pm
We've released our list of All-Americans. Congratulations to Lauren Avant, who is our first All-American selection from Rhodes.

http://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2013/03/womens-all-americans
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on March 16, 2013, 10:09:45 pm
We've released our list of All-Americans. Congratulations to Lauren Avant, who is our first All-American selection from Rhodes.

http://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2013/03/womens-all-americans
The 2 D3 tournament games @ Rhodes and the final game @ the SAA tournament the previous weekend truly showed what a talent Lauren Avant is on the basketball court. Congratulations to Avant & Rhodes.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on November 16, 2013, 08:12:51 pm
Over @ Rhodes for the opening night of basketball. A young Hendrix team is leading Rust College by 10 midway through the 2nd half. Rhodes will host Blackburn in the nightcap.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on November 16, 2013, 08:26:21 pm
Centre defeated Piedmont 76-73 in their opener earlier today.  Baschle scored 16 and pulled down 13 rebounds.

Correction on Hendrix-Rust. Rust leads 62-50 with 5 minutes to play.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on November 16, 2013, 10:06:50 pm
 Rhodes up 47-27 at the half. The Lynx have some nice depth to go along with Avant and Johnson.  Several freshmen are playing extensive minutes and contributing early. Rhodes has a chance to be really stellar this season. Avant is playing with maturity and leadership in this one.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on November 17, 2013, 04:09:57 pm
Centre goes to 2-0 with a 65-48 win at LaGrange this afternoon.  Paige Baechle gets 19 points and 11 rebounds.  Maggie Hartlage leads the Colonels with 21 including 5 threes.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on November 26, 2013, 11:06:01 pm
 :)Centre Ladies are off to a fine start having come out of the gate 4-1 with the only loss coming to #1 DePauw in double overtime 68-64.  Paige Baechle has continued her torrid clip from her junior campaign with 5 consecutive double-doubles in points and rebounds this season.  She is averaging almost 20 points and 11.2 rebounds per game.  The Lady Colonels triumphed tonight against Spaulding University 72-63.  Paige scored 22 and recorded 10 boards; Alanna Guy chipped in 11 points while Bonnie Rhule tallied 10 including 3 triples.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on December 29, 2013, 07:46:23 pm
Rhodes Lynx are smoking it early - 47-22 at the half against an outmatched Westminster. Good balance from Rhodes' starting 5. Superior quickness and athleticism have made this one a blowout to this point.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 02, 2014, 10:29:22 am
I wish I had been able to get over to Mallory Gym this past Monday to see the Ferrum-Rhodes game which turned into a double-OT thriller going Ferrum's way 79-77.  Rhodes missed too many free throws and played without its senior star Lauren Avant so this was a game within the Lynx's reach that got away from them.  Teams that are physical with some low post presence (Ferrum definitely fits this mold) can present a challenge for Rhodes.  Rhodes oftentimes has the best athletes on the floor in their games but they do not have an imposing presence on the front-line.  I still expect Rhodes will win the SAA title this year with the talent-laden squad they possess.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 18, 2014, 03:49:18 pm
Rhodes up @ the half on an improved Hendrix team 37-26. The visitors have no answer for the dribble-drive of Lauren Avant who has 17 points.

Centre defeated Sewanee on the road 63-52. Maggie Hartlage tallied 16 and Paige Baechle put in 21 while pulling down 10 rebounds. Centre has begun league play with 4 consecutive wins.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 18, 2014, 04:42:31 pm
The Lady Lynx coasted to the finish line today with a dominant 2nd half against Hendrix. Final score Rhodes 88 Hendrix 53. Avant poured in 32 for the victors.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 24, 2014, 10:16:26 pm
Lady Colonels push out to a 5-0 league record defeating Oglethorpe on the road 60-52 tonight. Paige Baechle leads Centre with 22 points and 14 rebounds.  On to Berry College for a Sunday afternoon game from here.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 31, 2014, 08:41:46 pm
Lady Colonels defeat Hendrix on the road 66-49.  Paige Baechle tallies 20 with Alexis Guy scoring 14.  Mary Gordon-Stough had a big game as well with 12 points.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 02, 2014, 06:55:57 pm
Rhodes won a slug-em style game today at Mallory Gym over Centre 66-59.  Rhodes' combination of Avant and Daniels was just too much for the Colonels as this duo had 50 points collectively.  Daniels' seemed to be everywhere on the court when a big play was needed and she produced 28 points in dagger-style fashion each time Centre made a run.  The victory puts the Lynx in the driver's seat in the SAA with a one game lead over Centre and Millsaps.  Paige Baechle had a 16 point 13 rebound effort for the Colonels while the Guy sisters both pitched in with double-figure scoring games.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 07, 2014, 08:31:13 pm
Rhodes is about to close out a win over Millsaps 62-50.  Lauren Avant has scored 26.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 14, 2014, 11:22:50 pm
Centre pulled out its 9th SAA win tonight on the road in Birmingham 89-77.  Paige Baechle hit 13-22 from the field in scoring 28 and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead the victors.  The Colonels got double-figure scoring from both of the Guy (Alanna & Alexis) sisters and Maggie Hartlage.  This win keeps Centre within striking distance of Rhodes which won at Berry & continues to enjoy a one-game lead in the conference standings.  Centre heads to Jackson to play a tough Millsaps team on Sunday. :)
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 23, 2014, 02:45:55 pm
The final week of the regular season is upon us and already teams are on the bubble hoping to qualify for the NCAA national championships and that can also mean some upsets. So tonight, we focus on the bubble and who has to get it done this week in conference tournaments. We will be talking to #21 Rhodes WBB coach Matt Dean and these other guests tonight:

- Emory MBB coach Jason Zimmerman
- Lyndon State MBB coach Joe Krupinski
- Wheaton (MA) WBB coach Melissa Hodgdon
- UW-Stevens Point WBB coach Shirley Egner
- Ohio Wesleyan WBB coach Stacey Lobdell off their upset of #1 DePauw
- Baruch WBB coach Machli Joseph
- MSOE MBB coach Brian Miller

We will also feature a special #whyd3 story from York (Pa.) women's basketball you have to see.

Show starts at 7 PM EST and will run until at least 9:30 tonight.

You can tune in here: www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/archives/2013-14/feb23 (http://www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/archives/2013-14/jan12)

Don't forget you can ask us or our guests questions via social media:
- Twitter (@d3hoopsville (http://www.twitter.com/d3hoopsville) and #Hoopsville)
- Facebook (www.facebook.com/Hoopsville (http://www.facebook.com/Hoopsville))
- Email (hoopsville@d3hoops.com)

Thanks and enjoy the show!
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 24, 2014, 08:22:12 pm
Rhodes' double dip wins this past weekend @ Sewanee & Centre have moved them to 19th in D3 Top 25 heading into the SAA tournament which they will host beginning Friday. Matt Dean's Lynx might just be a leg ahead of last year's squad - stay tuned. Rhodes got a hard-fought win against Centre in OT. While squandering a double digit halftime lead, Rhodes showed grit & determination down the stretch with several of their top scorers on the bench after fouling out in regulation. Johnson & Smith made big plays in the OT to help the Lynx get their 21st win on the season.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on March 01, 2014, 11:12:43 pm
Rhodes won rather easily tonight against Berry with Lauren Avant leading the way with 24 points. The Lynx will face Centre in the SAA final tomorrow based on the Colonels' strong 2nd half against Millsaps.  Rhodes and its talent, athleticism and the friendly home court would seem to put them in the driver's to win on Sunday. These 2 teams have played two close games with the Lynx winning both. Centre played a tremendous final half of basketball tonight & will hope to carry that momentum forward. Expect we will see some strong defense played by both squads in the final; maybe a game played in the 50s.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on March 07, 2014, 11:15:27 pm
Rhodes advanced easily to round 2 tonight with an 83-59 win over Spalding University. Avant had 29 with Daniels getting 20. Rhodes coasted after building a 53-26 halftime advantage. The Lynx will match up Saturday (6 pm) against Texas-Tyler who looked sharp in their 1st round win over Maryville. Rhodes got the better of Texas-Tyler in an early season tilt at Mallory Gym. I believe Saturday's game will be competitive. Texas-Tyler has good athletes and 2 solid low post players who will present a challenge for Rhodes. A nice attendance turnout for Rhodes tonight should be equalled or exceeded tomorrow.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on March 08, 2014, 11:28:13 pm
Tremendous pleasure to attend D3 tournament games again this weekend @ Rhodes. The Rhodes ladies did themselves proud again in playing exciting basketball while finally falling to a strong University of Texas-Tyler team by 3 points Saturday night.  Rhodes' Lauren Avant finished a stellar career by scoring 37 points in a dazzling array of moves & shots to keep pulling the Lynx out of a deficit against the physically intimidating squad from Tyler. While Avant was fabulous, my hat's off to UT-Tyler on their effort. Brittany King, the team's imposing post player gave a stupendous performance in her own right as she tallied 33 points and pulled down 17 key rebounds.  She knocked down several key free throws in the closing minutes to hold Rhodes at bay in their comeback
 effort.  Have to give King Player of the Game though Avant was a close second. Rhodes looked to be down for the count several times in the 2nd half but on each occasion they erased double digit leads. The Lynx actually had one chance to take a lead at the tail end but were unable to take advantage of a turnover to get a final basket. Congratulations to both teams on having tremendous seasons.  Good luck UT-Tyler next week.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Ralph Turner on March 08, 2014, 11:47:14 pm
Trying to remember the last ASC team to get to the Sweet 16.  National Champion HPU in 2008! Just as I thought.

http://www.d3hoops.com/guidebook/women/2012-13_Women-s_Conference_Guidebook.pdf
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: hoopwatcher on November 04, 2014, 01:40:36 pm
Season ready to start. Anybody have anything to add? Rhodes still the favorite even though Avant has moved on? Sewanee and Oglethorpe have new coaches. Sewanee hired long time assistant while Oglethorpe went for an alum with only a couple of years experience.
Anybody know anything. Almost time to get going.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on November 13, 2014, 05:38:17 pm
Expect Rhodes to  field another good team; however there will be a drop-off from the Avant days.  Symone Daniels can be electrifying for the Lynx but she does not bring it consistently night in, night out.  Sometimes she gets tired, takes off plays and commits foolish fouls.  Still she is the go-to-player for offense on this squad. 

With my allegiance to Centre, I hated to see their assistant coach Tom Campbell leave.  It will take a little time but Campbell will help return Sewanee to competitive basketball again in the SAA.  Centre has  the Guy sisters and Hartlege back this year; they won't be able to easily replace Baechle in the post and her routine double-double nightly but the Colonels have enough talent and depth to be solid in this league.  They have some tough games on their early season schedule including Thomas More.
 
Looking forward to SAA basketball!

 
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: scottiedoug on November 18, 2014, 10:34:45 am
Centre's soph forward/post Michele Judy has the size and skill to be a solid contributor, if the Maryville game is an indication.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on December 20, 2014, 02:45:01 pm
Getting my 1st taste of d3 ball this season watching both Rhodes & Centre play in a tournament in Mallory Gym. Rhodes is deep & looks like a league leader. Centre has some talent but is missing 2 starters right now.  Both won opening round games Friday night with the Colonels defeating Rust on an Alexis Guy buzzer beater. Augustana is up 2 @ the half on Centre this afternoon.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 03, 2015, 10:31:05 am
Centre ladies kick off conference play on the mountain this Sunday against Sewanee. This could be an emotional day for the women as they are pitted against their former assistant coach Tom Campbell who is now the head coach of the Tigers. Lady Colonels are growing as a team with each game. and have one of their injured starters - Michelle Judy - seemingly back at full strength. They've had a relatively challenging out of conference schedule to test them early. Go Colonels!
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 17, 2015, 08:34:35 am
Today marks the return to Centre of former assistant coach Tom Campbell who now leads the Sewanee Lady Tigers.  Centre beat Sewanee a few weeks ago on the mountain.  Should be a fun game to follow this afternoon.

I look forward next week to seeing Centre in Memphis playing a strong Rhodes squad on Friday.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 24, 2015, 08:58:32 am
Got to take in the Rhodes-Centre game last night. Neither team established much rhythm but Rhodes was a tad bit better on its home floor in winning 63-60. Sophomore Claire Smith knocked down 5 of Rhodes' 10 3-pointers in leading the Lynx in scoring. Centre fought hard the entire evening but missed on too many point-blank range shots in the game to ever take control. Statistically Centre was strong on the boards but was consistently weak from the perimeter when a few more threes could have made a difference. Centre bottled up Rhodes' go-to player Symone Daniels much of the evening. However Daniels defensively clogged the lane & generated several key stops & steals to throttle the Colonels' comeback efforts. Centre's Michelle Judy produced a double-double - 12 points & 10 rebounds.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: hoopwatcher on February 04, 2015, 09:51:56 am
League has really tightened up. Even though Milsaps unbeaten... have been pushed to the limit three or four times. If they get through this coming weekend with two wins should be enough to host the tournament. Big question though facing Oglethorpe team that gave them everything they wanted in Mississippi and seems to be playing better and second place Berry.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 21, 2015, 01:38:40 pm
Don't we just love it that everyone gets to play again next week in the Hangar Dome!  Millsaps defends the home court effectively so I project they'll go dancing in the post-season once they close out a SAA tournament championship.  Think Rhodes still has the best upset potential of any of the other teams if they can continue to shoot the ball better as they've done of late. 
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 22, 2015, 05:29:10 pm
Proud of the way the Lady Colonels pulled out 2 road wins @ Berry &  Oglethorpe over the final weekend of the regular season.  Centre will move on to the SAA Tournament @ Millsaps with some confidence after a long &  challenging year of basketball.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on March 01, 2015, 04:51:26 pm
Congratulations Rhodes on defeating #1 seed Millsaps today on their home floor in convincing fashion to win the SAA tournament.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on December 14, 2015, 06:22:54 pm
This site needs some action from old and new posters alike!  Give us a rundown on your respective SAA team for this season.

Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: RustCollege on January 28, 2016, 02:50:28 pm
Yea it do need some action so I'm gone start some and see what happen
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: RustCollege on January 28, 2016, 02:55:12 pm
Points per game   #
C Kriesel-Bigler
Hendrix    18.0
Y Bryant
Birmingham Southern    16.6
S Dyslin
Hendrix    15.6
L Ransom
Oglethorpe    14.7
A Guy
Centre    13.7

   
Rebounds per game   #
Y Bryant
Birmingham Southern    9.2
S Dyslin
Hendrix    9.0
B Kramer
Rhodes    8.7
L Ransom
Oglethorpe    8.6
C Caulder
Sewanee    7.5
Complete leaders
   
FG Pct   #
S Dyslin
Hendrix    60.8
V McLure
Berry    52.4
H Prowse
Hendrix    51.3
Y Bryant
Birmingham Southern    48.9
M Brooks
Millsaps    48.8

   
3PT Pct   #
C Kriesel-Bigler
Hendrix    46.2
E Deery
Rhodes    38.6
K Wayne
Sewanee    38.2
C Caulder
Sewanee    35.1
C Eckert
Rhodes    33.3
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: RustCollege on January 28, 2016, 03:03:44 pm
Friday's games in tough SAA action
Jan. 29    
Sewanee    vs Oglethorpe       6:00 PM EST    

Centre vs Berry       6:00 PM EST    

Millsaps vs Hendrix       6:00 PM CST    
      
Birmingham Southern vs   Rhodes    6:00 PM CST    
   
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: hopefan on January 28, 2016, 03:20:02 pm
Rustcollege... where are you my old friend... are you coaching?  Still at Rust in another capacity?  Let me hear from you here, or a PM...  I've been hoping you are still involved with Basketball....
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on January 31, 2016, 04:34:53 pm
There are just four weeks left in the regular season and teams are feeling the pressure to take care of business. Sunday night on Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com), Dave McHugh talks to many coaches in the conference playoff mix. Whether they are trying to position themselves to stay at home for the tournament or just get into the playoffs, there is a lot on the line with less games to play.

You can watch Hoopsville starting at 7:00 PM ET here: http://www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/archives/2015-16/jan31

Tonight's guests include (in order):
- Brad Fischer, No. 11 UW-Oshkosh women's coach
- Casey Stitzel, Delaware Valley men's coach
- Mary Beth Spirk, Moravian women's coach (WBCA Center Court)
- Drew Gaeng, Hendrix women's coach
- Joe Reilly, No. 25 Wesleyan men's coach

You can also tune into the podcast(s) after the show has aired:
SoundCloud: www.soundcloud.com/hoopsville
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hoopsville/id1059517087

Don't forget you can always interact with us:
Website: www.d3hoopsville.com
Twitter: @d3hoopsville (http://www.twitter.com/d3hoopsville) or #Hoopsville
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Email: hoopsville@d3hoops.com
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/d3hoopsville

And a reminder the Hoopsville Fundraising Project has begun yet again. Please consider helping us cover Division III basketball the way it deserves to be covered. If you can not donate, please don't worry about - we understand. At least share the campaign with anyone you think might be interested: http://igg.me/at/hoopsville-fundraiser/x/6029509

Also, if you know any advertisers interested in promoting their company or products on the show, send them our way: hoopsville@d3hoops.com

Thanks!
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 03, 2016, 04:57:33 pm
For the third consecutive year, Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com) will air for 12 hours as the regular season enters the final four weeks. Dave McHugh will chat with coaches, administrators, student-athletes, and others involved in Division III basketball from around the country. Other guests will include those who have Division III roots or appreciate the division and the game along with the student-athletes who play the sport.

Hoopsville will air from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. (and maybe later) on Thursday, February 4 live from the WBCA/NABC Studio. You can see what guests are scheduled, get more information, and watch the show here: http://www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/archives/2015-16/feb4

You can also read the press release about the show: http://www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/hoopsville-marathon-2016

Here is the guest list as we speak. All times are Eastern and subject to change. Additional guests to be added if and when necessary:
TimeGuestSchool
10:15amConnie TilleySt. Norbert (WBB) - WBCA Center Court
10:40amJamie PurdyPeidmont (WBB)
11:00amKeri CarolloUW-Whitewater (WBB) - Nat'l Committee Chair
11:20amBrent PollariSaint Mary's (Minn.) (WBB)
11:40amKent MadsenNo. 21 Wheaton (Ill.) (WBB)
12:00pmRussell LoydRose-Hulman (MBB)
12:20pmKevin BroderickNazareth (MBB)
12:40pmJustin ScottArcadia (MBB)
1:00pmSam HargravesNo. 12 Alma (MBB)
1:20pmLenny ReichMount Union (SID)
1:40pmMaureen WebsterClarkson (WBB)
2:00pmBetsy WitmanYork (Pa.) (WBB)
2:20pmSara LeeDenison (WBB)
2:40pmKlay KneuppelWisconsin Lutheran (MBB)
3:00pmBrian Van HaaftenBuena Vista (MBB) - Nat'l Committee Chair
3:30pmSydney MossNo. 1 Thomas More (WBB)
3:45pmAaron RousellBucknell (WBB) - former Chicago coach
4:00pmTim ShanahanStaten Island (WBB)
4:20Pat CunninghamTrinity (Texas) (MBB) - NABC Coach's Corner
4:50pmBubba SmithSewanee (MBB)
5:15pmBen StrongFormer Guilford All-American
5:30pmKevin ConnorsESPN SportsCenter Anchor - Ithaca alumnus
6:00pmKristen DowlingClaremont-Mudd-Scripps (WBB)
6:20pmAllison ColemanSage (WBB)
6:40pmLandry KosmalskiSwarthmore (MBB)
7:00pmDave NilandNo. 23 Penn State-Behrend (MBB)
7:20pmAaron GallettaLasell (MBB)
7:40pmJohn BaronGwynedd-Mercy (MBB)
8:00pm
8:20pm
8:40pmMelissa HodgdonWheaton (Mass.) (WBB)
9:00pmG.P. GromackiNo. 2 Amherst (WBB)
9:20pmJames Wagner
9:40pmHAPPY HOURFree-for-all of calls, tweets, and fun!

We hope to get at least the full show on a podcast, or several podcast, during the on Friday. You can find it here:
SoundCloud: www.soundcloud.com/hoopsville
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hoopsville/id1059517087

Don't forget you can always interact with us:
Website: www.d3hoopsville.com
Twitter: @d3hoopsville (http://www.twitter.com/d3hoopsville) or #Hoopsville
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Hoopsville
Email: hoopsville@d3hoops.com
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/d3hoopsville

And a reminder the Hoopsville Fundraising Project has begun yet again. Please consider helping us cover Division III basketball the way it deserves to be covered. If you can not donate, please don't worry about - we understand. At least share the campaign with anyone you think might be interested: http://igg.me/at/hoopsville-fundraiser/x/6029509

Also, if you know any advertisers interested in promoting their company or products on the show, send them our way: hoopsville@d3hoops.com

Thanks!
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on January 29, 2017, 05:20:39 pm
Believe it or not... there is just one more month remaining in Division III basketball's regular season. In other words, time is running out for teams looking to play in March. One month from today, most conference champions will be crowned and the conversation will be who may be in and will be out of the NCAA championship tournament.

So as the season head's for the home stretch, what programs will we be talking about in a month? Who may emerge from some tight conferences races to prove they are the best?

Sunday night on Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com), Dave hopes to turn the spotlight on a few programs others may not be paying attention to as much. Tufts' men's program is seperating themselves from the rest of the NESCAC, Elmhurst women are making the CCIW race more interesting than expected, LeTourneau men have turned their program around and now lead their ASC division, and Montclair State women have a battle on their hands in the NJAC.

Also on Sunday night, we head to the WBCA Center Court and talk to one of the up and coming women's basketball coaches. Already honored for his success at a young age, what has Alex Richay done to turn the Oglethorpe program around?

Dave will also preview the upcoming annual Hoopsville Marathon and give an update to this season's fundraising efforts.

Tune in starting at 7:00 PM ET to watch the show live here: http://www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/archives/2016-17/jan29 (or via Facebook Live). If you miss any of it, you can watch the show On Demand or listen (download) the podcast.

Don't forget to contribute to the new "Hoopsville Mailbag" segment. Email questions you may have to hoopsville@d3hoops.com. Dave will answer them tonight or on a future show.

Guests schedule (in order of appearance):
- Bob Sheldon, No. 4 Tufts men's coach
- Tethanie Carriollo, Elmhurst women's coach
- Alex Richay, Oglethorpe women's coach (WBCA Center Court)
- Dan Miller, LeTourneau men's coach
- Karin Harvey, No. 18 Montclair State women's coach

You can also tune into the podcast(s) after the show has aired:
SoundCloud: www.soundcloud.com/hoopsville
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hoopsville/id1059517087

Don't forget you can always interact with us:
Website: www.d3hoopsville.com
Twitter: @d3hoopsville (http://www.twitter.com/d3hoopsville) or #Hoopsville
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Hoopsville
Email: hoopsville@d3hoops.com
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Fundraiser: https://igg.me/at/hoopsville-fundraiser-2017

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Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: awadelewis on March 28, 2017, 12:54:17 pm
Sewanee names Tracey Braden as new Women's Basketball head coach.   Coach Braden most recently was head coach at Westminster College (MO).

Details in the press release:
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Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: albatross on December 05, 2017, 09:17:00 am
Hendrix is off to a good start in the non-conference portion of the schedule so far. The Warriors are the defending conference (tournament) champions and return all but one member of a team that had a winning season with just 6-7 players available for games. With some new recruits coming into the fold, I imagine HDX will be a contender for the title this year instead of underdog
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 07, 2018, 02:39:36 pm
Women's first regional rankings of the season are out: http://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2018/02/women-regional-rankings-first
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 14, 2018, 03:11:04 pm
New women's regional rankings: http://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2018/02/women-regional-rankings-second
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 21, 2018, 03:04:05 pm
The NCAA released the third set of women's basketball regional rankings with few changes from last week's version. This is the final set that we'll see before the Tournament bracket is released on Monday. Full list here: http://d3hoops.com/notables/2018/02/women-regional-rankings-third

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Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 25, 2018, 06:44:11 pm
Congrats Alex Richey & the Oglethorpe ladies on both winning the regular season title and the SAA tournament!
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on March 01, 2018, 06:52:36 pm
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The Division III men's and women's national tournaments are set, teams are where they need to be, and practices underway. Now, it's just a matter of tipping off the games.

But before we tip them off, we need some final thoughts.

Tune in Thursday night to Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com) where Dave will talk to a number of guests about their programs and their chances in the NCAA tournament. You can't starting heading down the Road to Rochester or the Road to Salem without getting an idea of who may be joining you, either. Dave will give some insight on how some of the pods just may shake out as well.

Also, earlier in the day, Dave talked with Women's Basketball Nationall Committee chair Bobbi Morgan (also head coach at Haverford) and asked her a lot about the selection process and bracketing for this year's tournament. You can hear that special podcast here: http://bit.ly/2GUbfE0

Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. Thursday's edition hits the air at 7:00 p.m. ET. You can tune in live here: http://bit.ly/2HSi9ed.

If you have questions, be sure to email them to hoopsville@d3hoops.com or interact with the show via the social media avenues.

Guests Schedule (order subject to change):
- Marc Brown & Sam Toney, New Jersey City men's coach and star player
- Nate Davis, Gettysburg women's coach
- Jeff Rogers, Berry men's coach
- Alex Richey, Oglethorpe women's coach (WBCA Center Court)
- Dan Englestad, Southern Vermont men's coach
- Ken Scalmanini, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men's coach

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Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on December 16, 2018, 10:05:36 pm
It might be after we aired, but still worth promoting ... watch the show On Demand or listen to the podcast!

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The first semester is coming to a close. With it comes an opportunity to look back and evaluate what we've seen throughout Division III basketball so far. Did we get any early Christmas gifts? Or did some teams get some coal?

This is also the time of the year one starts to look around to see if any teams are flying a little under the radar. Off to good starts that maybe haven't been noticed or a big win or two here and there have people scratching their heads.

Sunday on Hoopsville, we not only shined a light on some programs off the radar, but also start pondered the opening, nearly, six weeks of the season. Be sure to tune in as we take the new "Buy or Sell" up a few notches.

Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. Sunday's episode is available to watch, in two parts, On Demand in the video player(s) above. You can also listen to the show, in it's entirety, via the audio-only podcast. You can find it here: http://bit.ly/2rFVWsQ

Guests Schedule (order subject to change):
- Charlie Mason, New England men's coach
- Kate Vlahakis, Manhattanville women's coach
- Alex Richey, Oglethorpe women's coach
- Ryan Scott, Around the Nation Columnist, & Bob Quillman, DIII basketball aficionado ("Buy or Sell")

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Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 06, 2019, 02:41:10 pm
First women's regional rankings are out: https://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2019/02/women-regional-rankings-first
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 17, 2019, 05:07:24 pm
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It is now or never.

The last week of the Division III basketball regular season is here. Conferences will decide who will earn automatic bids to the NCAA Tournaments and teams try and position themselves for at-large bids, hosting opportunities, and bracketing considerations.

For teams who have been faltering, this is the last chance to right the ship. For programs which have underachieved, this is the last opportunity to live up to expectations. And of course for those with Cinderella dreams, this is the chance to try on the glass slipper.

Sunday's Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com) will cover it all in a special, extended, episode which for the first time (outside of Marathon programming) will feature a guest from each of the eight regions. We will also discuss which teams may be on the bubble, who has most likely secured at-large bid, and which teams need to win the AQs. Plus, we talk about how regions as we know it now could very well change in the future.

Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com) is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. Sunday's show will hit the air at 6:00 p.m. ET. It can be watched live right here: http://bit.ly/2EeG5ZE (and simulcast on Facebook Live and Periscope).

If you have questions about Division III basketball, feel free to send them and we will answer them on a the show. Email them to dave.mchugh@d3sports.com or use any of the social media options below.

Guests Schedule (order subject to change):
- Katherine Bixby, Johns Hopkins women's coach
- Jonathan Crosthwaite, Occidental men's senior
- Marc Brown, NJCU men's coach
- Justin LeBlanc, Millsaps women's coach
- Jamie Seward, SUNY New Paltz women's coach
- Marcos Echevarria, No. 17 Nichols men's senior
- Herman Carmichael, La Roche men's coach
- Klay Knueppel, Wisconsin Luthern women's coach
- Brad Bankston, ODAC Commissioner
- Pat Coleman & Ryan Scott, D3hoops.com (Bubble Talk)

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Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 20, 2019, 03:02:58 pm
The new NCAA Division III women's basketball regional rankings are posted: https://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2019/02/women-regional-rankings-third
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 22, 2019, 11:18:14 pm
Solid tournament win for the Centre Colonels over Berry @ Millsaps tonight.  Kat Wilson led the Colonels with 19 points.  Next opponent on Saturday will be #2 seed Oglethorpe.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 10, 2020, 10:26:19 pm
Behind Madison Marcumís 21 points, Centre earned an important SAA home win over Berry tonight 77-61.  Marcumís night was memorable in that she set the Centre single game record for 3-pointers with seven.  Lady Colonels were productive overall shooting from long range going 13-22.  Madeline Sandman led Berry with 20.  Centre goes to 2-2 in conference play & 8-7 overall; Berry now is 7-8 with a 1-3 SAA record.  Centre has Oglethorpe next up on Sunday.
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 17, 2020, 10:00:32 pm
Colonels get a big win over Hendrix 74-45.  Mikayla Fee recorded a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds for Centre. 
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on January 29, 2020, 09:23:33 pm
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Time for a marathon!

Thursday, Hoopsville will be on the air for at least nine hours in the 7th Annual Hoopsville Marathon Show.

This year's show will feature coaches, administrators, and many others around Division III to give us a sense of the season to date and what is to come. There is only a month or so left in the regular season, so there is plenty to talk about.

For more information about the show and its impact, click here.

The show's guest list is below with a rough idea of when they were scheduled to appear during the live show.
 
The marathon is also a chance to fundraise of the show. Many fans of Hoopsville ask often how they can give to the program so we can continue doing our work into the future. In the first few years of the Marathon, the fundraising side was an important aspect. However in the last few years, we have shyed away from fundraising as we tried to find other means to financially run the program. After requests from many, we are do have a few ways fans can contribute.

Hoopsville is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. You can watch the entire Marathon show LIVE in the video player above. We will effort to turn around podcast episodes of the entire show. They will be available to the right (after the show is off the air).

Guests appear on the Hoopsville Hotline presented by BlueFrame Technology.

And don't forget to interact with the Dave and guests. You can use the social media option to the right and even email (dave.mchugh@d3sports.com) questions to the show.


When it comes to the game of basketball, we love celebrating not only the student-athletes in Division III, but also those who help carry the game forward sometimes outside of the spotlight.

Sunday on Hoopsville, we celebrate those who have made the game of basketball, especially at DIII, so great. Coaches who continue to excel in different parts of the country and programs who play for more than just themselves.

Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com) is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. You can watch Thursday's Marathon Show in the following ways:
- Main page: www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville
- Show page: http://bit.ly/2GBqAuZ (or www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville/archives/2019-20/marathon)
- Facebook Live Simulcast: www.facebook.com/Hoopsville
- YouTube Simulcast: www.youtube.com/d3hoopsville
- Team1 Sports: www.team1sports.com/Hoopsville/
- Team1 Sports app (https://team1sports.com/) (Android TV, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, Roku) - you will either find it under the "live" section or search for the Hoopsville channel

All men's coaches appear in the NABC Coach's Corner. And all guests are featured on the BlueFrame Technology Hoopsville Hotline.

If you have questions about Division III basketball, feel free to send them and we will answer them on a the show. Email them to dave.mchugh@d3sports.com or use any of the social media options.

Hoopsville Marathon Schedule
Timing approximate and subject to change

Time (ET)GuestSchool/Institution
12:20 p.m.Jim CalhounSt. Joseph's (Conn.) men's coach
12:40 p.m.Pat JuckemNo. 11 WashU men's coach
1:00 p.m.Brian MorehouseNo. 3 Hope women's coach
1:20 p.m.Lauren BusalacchiRipon women's coach
1:40 p.m.Ryan HylandJohn Jay men's coach
2:00 p.m.Dan DutcherNCAA VP for Division III
2:40 p.m.Karin HarveyMontclair State women's coach, Women's National Committee chair
3:00 p.m.Adrienne ShiblesNo. 2 Bowdoin women's coach
3:20 p.m.Kate PearsonCabrini women's coach
3:40 p.m.Matt GilbrideRPI men's coach
4:00 p.m.Sam AtkinsonGallaudet Associate AD for Comm., Men's National Committee Chair
4:20 p.m.Matt DonahueCatholic women's coach
4:40 p.m.Charles KatsiaficasPomona-Pitzer men's coach
5:00 p.m.Jon HerbrechtsmeyerNo. 5 Bethel women's coach
5:20 p.m.Chris CarideoWidener men's coach
5:40 p.m.Dave HixonAmherst men's coach (sabbatical)
6:00 p.m.Tricia CullopWBCA Board President, Toledo women's coach
6:20 p.m.Alex RicheyNo. 18 Oglethorpe women's coach
6:40 p.m.Jody MayAlbion men's coach
7:00 p.m.Dave MacedoNo. 18 Virginia Wesleyan men's coach
7:20 p.m.Melissa KuberkaSt. John Fisher women's coach
8:00 p.m.HOOPSVILLE HAPPY HOUR A gaggle of some of the shows friends - to be announced
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on January 31, 2020, 09:59:11 pm
Centre women got back to their winning ways with a 61-52 victory over Birmingham Southern.  Kat Wilson led the Colonels with 19 followed by Mikayla Fee who recorded a double-double with 13 points and 13 rebounds. 
Title: Re: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: pbrooks3 on February 07, 2020, 10:19:55 pm
Centre picked up a good road win tonight @ Berry 49-44.  Kat Wilson tallied 20 followed by Ellen Hicks with 10.  This win was based on the Colonels winning the 4th quarter.  The team is now tied with Rhodes for 2nd place in the conference at 8-4.  Lady Colonels take on conference leader Oglethorpe on Sunday.
Title: Re: WBB: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 12, 2020, 03:33:47 pm
Women's first Regional Rankings released.

https://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2020/02/women-regional-rankings-first
Title: Re: WBB: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 19, 2020, 03:08:01 pm
The second week Regional Rankings are out: https://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2020/02/women-regional-rankings-second
Title: Re: WBB: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on February 26, 2020, 02:22:14 pm
Women's third regional rankings are out: https://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2020/02/women-regional-rankings-third
Title: Re: WBB: Southern Athletic Association
Post by: Dave 'd-mac' McHugh on March 12, 2020, 05:29:55 pm
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And with that, the 2019-20 seasons have come to a sudden end.

What a week it has been in college basketball. Exactly a week ago, as we hit the air, the first signs that COVID-19 was going to impact the NCAA Tournaments was seen. Since then, it has been a whirlwind.  

Tonight on Hoopsville, we try and make sense of one of the stranger finishes in history for NCAA events. What started with isolated closings of gyms for games ends a week later in all games being called off through the rest of the academic year.

We will chat with those who were preparing for games on Friday and hear their reactions to the seasons coming to a close so quickly.

Guests Schedule (order subject to change):
- Michelle Ferenze, No. 10 Whitman women's coach
- John Krikorian, Christopher Newport men's coach
- Cheri Harrer, No. 9 Baldwin Wallace women's coach

Hoopsville (http://www.d3hoopsville.com) is presented by D3hoops.com and airs from the WBCA/NABC Studio. You can watch Thursday's show LIVE starting at 7:00 p.m. ET in the following ways:
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- Facebook Live Simulcast: www.facebook.com/Hoopsville
- YouTube Simulcast: www.youtube.com/d3hoopsville
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- Team1 Sports app (https://team1sports.com/) (Android TV, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, Roku) - you will either find it under the "live" section or search for the Hoopsville channel
Monday's show primarily covers the Atlantic, Central, South, and Northeast Regions. All men's coaches appear in the NABC Coach's Corner. And all guests are featured on the BlueFrame Technology Hoopsville Hotline

All men's coaches appear in the NABC Coach's Corner. And all guests are featured on the BlueFrame Technology Hoopsville Hotline.

If you have questions about Division III basketball, feel free to send them and we will answer them on a the show. Email them to hoopsville@d3sports.com or use any of the social media options to the right.

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