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South Region / Re: MBB: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 08, 2013, 08:51:41 pm »
2012-13 per-possession rankings for the ASC. Over the next month (or two), I'm going to try to get every D3 conference up over on my old blog. Emphasis on try.

ASC Per-Possession
# Team (W-L) - Off/Def/Net/Pace
1. Texas-Dallas (14-5) 1.13/0.95/+0.17/63.6
2. Mary Hardin-Baylor (17-2) 1.09/0.92/+0.17/71.9
3. Concordia-Texas (15-4) 1.13/1.00/+0.13/85.8
4. Texas-Tyler (13-6) 1.07/0.99/+0.08/68.6
5. Mississippi College (11-8) 1.04/0.99/+0.05/70.6
6. Louisiana College (8-11) 1.03/1.04/+0.00/72.8
7. Hardin-Simmons (12-7) 1.00/1.00/+0.00/77.4
8. Schreiner (8-11) 0.96/0.99/-0.03/73.8
9. LeTourneau (10-9) 0.95/0.99/-0.03/68.4
10. East Texas Baptist (5-14) 0.95/1.01/-0.05/72.1
11. Texas Lutheran (6-13) 0.92/0.97/-0.05/69.7
12. Howard Payne (6-13) 0.89/1.01/-0.12/76.0
13. Sul Ross State (4-15) 0.93/1.06/-0.13/73.5
14. Ozarks (4-15) 0.95/1.10/-0.15/73.3

Average Pace 72.7
Average Offense/Defense 1.00

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South Region / Re: MBB: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 07, 2013, 08:10:32 pm »
Of all the years I end up not having enough time to hang out here, my alma mater goes and makes the Big Dance. Go figure. :P

Though, it's got me back working on per-possession (or tempo-free, if you prefer) rankings for D3 again.

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South Region / Re: American Southwest Conference
« on: April 09, 2012, 09:47:06 pm »
To finally finish reporting the men's and women's individual numbers for 2011-12, I give you the steal and block rate leaders on my blog. Now, if I could just get around to starting on detailed historical numbers...

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South Region / Re: MBB: American Southwest Conference
« on: April 09, 2012, 09:46:23 pm »
To finally finish reporting the men's and women's individual numbers for 2011-12, I give you the steal and block rate leaders on my blog. Now, if I could just get around to starting on detailed historical numbers...

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South Region / Re: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 18, 2012, 07:24:40 pm »
New blog post with the offensive and defensive rebounding leaders from this season. Here, I am going to average out the separate offensive and defensive rates to give an overall rebounding rate (though personally I prefer to keep them separate).

Overall Rebounding
Name, TM - %MIN/REB%
1. Holly Phelps, ETBU - 66.1%/19.1%
2. Angela Newcombe, HSU - 91.5%/18.2%
3. Olivia Swarner, SU - 70.6%/17.0%
4. Sharday Cotton, LETU - 53.5%/16.7%
5. Afritina Anderson, UTT - 42.0%/15.7%
6. DeShante Thomas, LETU - 56.9%/15.6%
7. Roshonda Gayden, HPU - 56.8%/15.1%
8. Rebecca Valdez, TLU - 51.5%/14.8%
9. Erika Brown, ETBU - 63.3%/14.6%
10. M.J. Vickers, MCM - 65.6%/14.0%
11. Celeste Belizario, MCM - 52.0%/13.5%
12. Brittany Houston, UTD - 60.9%/13.5%
13. Ashley George, UTD - 43.1%/13.3%
14. Shamika Singleton, CTX - 60.7%/13.3%
15. Shamiya Domino, UTT - 65.4%/13.3%

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South Region / Re: MBB: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 18, 2012, 07:19:02 pm »
New blog post with the offensive and defensive rebounding leaders from this season. Here, I am going to average out the separate offensive and defensive rates to give an overall rebounding rate (though personally I prefer to keep them separate).

Overall Rebounding
Name, TM - %MIN/REB%
1. Dominick Walker, MCM - 48.4%/24.3%
2. Travis Pflughaupt, SU - 79.5%/18.0%
3. Greg Wiernas, UMHB - 55.4%/17.6%
4. Ahnre Gray, ETBU - 43.8%/17.5%
5. Steven Jones, MCM - 59.9%/17.5%
6. Darren Houliston, UTT - 70.3%/16.5%
7. Ja'Kalan Gayden, HPU - 54.0%/16.4%
8. Josh Johnson, CTX - 42.4%/15.3%
9. Colton Thompson, SRSU - 52.9%/15.3%
10. Adam Smith, MC - 44.2%/14.9%
11. Andy Spears, HSU - 49.9%/14.4%
12. Mack Dunbar, ETBU - 42.9%/14.3%
13. Trevon Malone, MC - 68.7%/14.1%
14. Kyle Schleigh, UTD - 83.7%/13.9%
15. Eric Garcia, SRSU - 44.2%/13.8%

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South Region / Re: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 14, 2012, 12:11:29 am »
Maybe he'll replace Doc Sadler with the Nebraska men? I kid.

And yes, that would definitely be something special.

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South Region / Re: MBB: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 14, 2012, 12:09:49 am »
Out of that group, probably LaGarde based on a better turnover rate than Addison, though it's really a toss-up between the two. I envision LaGarde running point, Addison rubbing off defenders on Steven Jones screens, and Barnes/Miller cutting and generally moving without the ball to maintain spacing. I'm not a coach though so that's about as specific as I can get. The group would probably be a little undersized defensively, but if you're quick enough you can make up for it.

I've often though it would be neat, though probably not nearly cost-effective, for there to be, say, an ASC-vs-SCAC all-star game using the 1st/2nd/3rd team selections as the rosters (or ASC West-vs-East). It'll never happen though, because of money and time.

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South Region / Re: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 13, 2012, 12:13:17 pm »
Sounds like the guy can coach basketball a little. :P

Maybe he should come coach the Texas women next year. He couldn't do any worse than Goestenkors. Not that I foresee UT ever going into the D2 ranks for a coach.

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South Region / Re: MBB: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 13, 2012, 12:11:27 pm »
I'd take the five of Addison/LaGarde/Miller/Jones/Barnes against any other D3 five. That would be sick.

Can someone closer to the UTD program please tell me why Barnes gets this kind of nod, but Kyle Schleigh does not even get honorable mention? Not that Barnes is bad by any means, but statistically they are so close (or better in Schleigh's case) I'm just confused.

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South Region / Re: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 11, 2012, 09:28:40 pm »
New blog post, this time on individual scorers.

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South Region / Re: MBB: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 11, 2012, 09:28:25 pm »
New blog post, this time on individual scorers.

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South Region / Re: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 11, 2012, 05:23:19 pm »
The 2011 edition of Louisiana College was the 16th-best ASC squad all-time at +0.23 points per possession. 2011 CTX was only 44th at +0.14. The power teams from earlier years were peaking in the +0.30 range or even higher (undefeated & national champ 2007 HPU posted an absurd +0.44 margin). The difference may just be due to increased parity as CTX and other schools improve, or maybe ASC teams just aren't getting the talent anymore.

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South Region / Re: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 05, 2012, 11:05:09 am »
How each team's per-possession performance ranks all-time for that particular school:

Concordia-Texas: +0.14, 1st
East Texas Baptist: -0.14, 13th
Hardin-Simmons: +0.08, 14th
Howard Payne: +0.16, 7th
LeTourneau: -0.08, 5th
Louisiana College: +0.23, 2nd
Mary Hardin-Baylor: -0.11, 14th
McMurry: +0.16, 7th
Mississippi College: +0.02, 14th
Ozarks: -0.04, 7th
Schreiner: -0.11, 1st
Sul Ross State: -0.39, 14th
Texas Lutheran: -0.10, 7th
Texas-Dallas: +0.13, 3rd
Texas-Tyler: +0.00, 7th

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South Region / Re: MBB: American Southwest Conference
« on: March 05, 2012, 10:49:15 am »
How each team's per-possession performance ranks all-time for that particular school:

Concordia-Texas: +0.01, 5th
East Texas Baptist: +0.02, 6th
Hardin-Simmons: +0.10, 2nd
Howard Payne: -0.06, 10th
LeTourneau: -0.16, 10th
Louisiana College: -0.05, 6th
Mary Hardin-Baylor: +0.16, 2nd
McMurry: +0.07, 11th
Mississippi College: -0.04, 14th
Ozarks: -0.06, 10th
Schreiner: +0.01, 2nd
Sul Ross State: -0.08, 10th
Texas Lutheran: +0.00, 5th
Texas-Dallas: +0.14, 4th
Texas-Tyler: -0.07, 8th

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