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FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 1 - 7, 2013

2 0 1 2 - 1 3 B L A C K C O L L E G E B A S K E T B A L L (Men's Results, Standings and Weekly Honors)

CIAA
NORTH DIVISION

CENTRAL INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CONF W L

Lincoln Eliz. City State Chowan Virginia State Bowie State Virginia Union

SOUTH DIVISION

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MEAC

MID EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CONF ALL W L W L

SIAC
EAST DIVISION

SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE


CONF

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Winston-Salem State Livingstone St. Augustines J. C. Smith Shaw Fayetteville State BSU Sports Photo

HOOPS HIERARCHY

SCORING LEADER: Sixfour Bowie State senior guard Byron Westmoreland tops NCAA Div. II in scoring at 27.2 points per game.

MEN'S AND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL STATS; EARLY LEADERS IN EACH CONFERENCE

CIAA PLAYERS OF THE YEAR PLAYER & NEWCOMER Trevin Parks, 5-11, Sr., G, JCSU - Averaged 26 points in two games getting 20 and 4 rebounds in win over Eckerd, game-high 32 with 5 assists vs. Florida Southern. Currently third in Div. II scoring (26.2 ppg.). NEWCOMER Emilio Parks, 6-6, So., F, JCSU - Scored team-high 24 points and had 8 boards vs. Eckerd, 19 points, 11 boards vs. Fla. Southern. Shot 75% (18 of 24) from the eld on the week. COACH Lonnie Blow, Jr., ST. AUG'S - Had 3-1 record including double OT win vs. West Georgia.

Norfolk State North Carolina Central Delaware State Florida A&M Hampton Savannah State NC A&T State Bethune-Cookman SC State Howard Md. E. Shore Morgan State Coppin State

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Benedict Paine Fort Valley State Morehouse Clain Albany State Clark Atlanta
WEST DIVISION

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SWAC
Southern Prairie View A&M Alabama A&M Alcorn State Jackson State Alabama State Ark. Pine Bluff Texas Southern Miss. Valley St. Grambling State

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MEAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER Adrien Coleman, 6-5, Jr., F, B-CU - Had 40 points, 15 rebounds, 7 assists and 3 steals in two non-conference game. Had 23 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists and 2 steals vs. Florida Christian, 17 points, 8 boards vs. Youngstown State. ROOKIE Bruce Beckford, 6-7, Fr., C, NC A&T - Had 8 points, 2 rebounds and 1 block in win over E. Kentucky. DEFENSE Alex Smith, 6-7, Sr., F/C, B-CU - Averaged 12 rebounds, 2 blocks and 1 steal in two games. Also averaged 11.5 points in 1-1 week.

Miles Stillman Kentucky State Lane LeMoyne-Owen Tuskegee

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INDEPENDENTS
Central State Tennessee State W. Va. State Cheyney Lincoln (Mo.) Univ. of DC
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PLAYER OF THE WEEK Demarkus Isom-Jones, CENTRAL STATE - Led Marauders with 22 points, 6 rebounds in win over Lincoln (Pa.).

SIAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER NA NEWCOMER NA

SWAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER & NEWCOMER Malcolm Miller, 6-6, Fr., G, SOUTHERN - Led Jags with 17 points on 5 of 12 shooting in win over Texas A&M. Tied team-high with 6 rebounds. Had 12 points and 8 rebounds in loss to TCU.

STAT CORNER
WHO ARE THE BEST PERFORMERS IN BLACK COLLEGE SPORTS

Assessing early hoops leaders


LUT WILLIAMS After the usual rocky pre-New Year's non-conference schedule, black college teams get down to business with intraconference play next week. A year ago, MEAC champion Norfolk State (men) and CIAA and Div. II champion Shaw (women) nished as the No. 1 teams. This week we preview the early leaders in each conference. MEAC The Hampton Lady Pirates, the three-time defending women's tournament champs under head coach David Six, again have the best pre-New Year's record (8-4) among the Div. I programs. Hampton has posted impressive early season non-conference wins over former national power LSU (67-58) and Mississippi State (56-48), both of the SEC, Southern Miss (78-41) of Conference USA and Chicago State (87-35) of the Great West Conference. They hit a bump in the road with a three-game losing streak in late November but have rebounded with wins in four of their last ve games including two conference wins. Senior forward Keiara Avant (15.2 ppg.) and junior point guard Nicole Hamilton (11.2 ppg.) are currently leading Hampton in scoring. Hamilton is averaging an MEAC-best 5.1 assists per game while Avant leads the team and is second in the league at 9.2 rebounds per game. Senior forward JaQuayla Berry (12.2 ppg., 7.3 rpg.) and junior guard Amber Calvin (11.1 ppg., 91.3 FT%) are the keys to N. C. A&T's 6-4 start. Howard senior Saadia Doyle is pacing the league in scoring (22.3 ppg.). No men's team is above .500 entering the new year. Norfolk State at 6-8 overall, 2-0 in conference play, has the best record. Anthony Evans's Spartans are being led by Delaware transfer Malcolm Hawkins (11.8 ppg.) and junior guard Pendarvis Williams (11.6). Bethune-Cookman junior forward Adrien Coleman (18.1 ppg.) is the league scoring leader. SWAC No men's or women's SWAC team will enter the new year with an above .500 record. Southern (5-6) has the best record among the men. Four women's teams Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Jackson State, Mississippi Valley State and Prairie
BCSP Editor
PTS AVG.

2012-13 MEN'S BASKETBALL STATS


SCORING
NAME/SCHOOL CL G FG 3FG FT

WESTMORELAND, B. - BSU PARKS, Trevin - JCSU SHARPLESS, Angelo - ECS JOHNSON, Karron - SHAW HILL, Jody - LIV McKINNEY, Javier - TUS WILLIAMS, Darius - MHC DAWSON, Patrick - KSU WHITE, Najee - BSU COLEMAN, Adrien - BCU

SR SR SR SR JR JR JR SR SR JR

9 8 9 8 6 6 4 4 9 14

80 61 77 57 40 39 31 21 67 100

39 19 13 6 12 17 0 11 0 1

49 48 45 50 22 18 12 19 30 52

248 189 212 170 114 113 7 72 164 253

27.6 23.6 23.6 21.2 19.0 18.8 18.5 18.5 18.2 18.1

View have 3-6 marks. The Prairie View women, paced by Gabrielle Scott's 20 points, got a 49-42 win over MEAC leader Hampton Friday. Panther teammate Latia Williams (13.4 ppg.) leads the SWAC scoring race. Senior guard Derick Beltran (16.0 ppg.) and 6-6 freshman Malcolm Miller (13.6 ppg.) are pacing Roman Banks' Southern squad. Miller had a team-high 17 points as the Jags got a big win Saturday knocking off Texas A&M, 53-51. Jackson State senior guard Kelsey Howard leads the SWAC in scoring (17.9 ppg.) CIAA Winston-Salem State (8-2) is the only black college team ranked (23rd) in the NABC Div. II Top 25. Head coach Bobby Collins's team has losses to USC-Aiken (98-84), a team it later beat (79-70), and to Div. I UNC-Greensboro (81-65). Seven other CIAA men's teams sport winning records. Bowie State senior guard Byron Westmoreland currently leads all of Div. II in scoring at 27.2 points per game. J. C. Smith senior Trevin Parks and Elizabeth City State senior Angelo Sharpless (23.2 ppg.) are tied for third. Fayetteville State (8-1), ECSU (82) and Shaw (5-1) have the best records among the CIAA women's teams. Shaw is 13th in the USA Today Div. II national ranking. FSU senior Kristen Hanzer (20.3 ppg.) tops the CIAA and is 14th nationally in scoring. SIAC SIAC men's and women's teams have struggled in the early going with only the Benedict men (4-3) posting a winning record. Benedict has posted its record despite getting only one game from standout 7foot center Marcus Goode. Point guard Reynard Brennan (14.1 ppg.), Xavier Collier (14.1) and Tydran Beaty (13.3) are leading the Tigers in scoring. Brennan is averaging a league- and black collegebest 3.4 steals per game. Tuskegee junior Javier McKinney (18.8 ppg.) is pacing the SIAC men in scoring. Courtney English's 15.4 points (2nd) and 11.7 rebounds (1st) per game have fueled Miles' 4-4 start. Kentucky State's Sharnita Lloyd tops the scoring charts at 17.2 ppg.

STAT CORNER
WHO ARE THE BEST PERFORMERS IN BLACK COLLEGE SPORTS

2012-13 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL STATS


WOMEN'S SCORING
NAME/SCHOOL CL G FG 3FG FT PTS AVG.

REBOUNDING
NAME/SCHOOL CL G OFF DEF TOT AVG

DOYLE, Saadia - HOW GRICE, Jasmine - FAM HANZER, Kristen - FSU LLOYD, Sharnita - KSU HAWKINS, Tierra - DSU JARRETT, Bianca - MSU

SR JR SR SR SO SR
CL

10 11 8 6 10 11
G

70 103 62 40 65 58

2 15 6 5 0 25

81 23 32 18 41 41
DEF

223 244 162 103 171 182


TOT

22.3 22.2 20.3 17.2 17.1 16.5


AVG

REBOUNDING
NAME/SCHOOL OFF

MURRAY, Michael - CSU TABB, Demarquelle - AAM JOHNSON, Karron - SHAW SHARPLESS, Angelo - ECS BINGHAM, Dwayne - CAU WALKER, Torrean - STL HEZEKIAH, Matthew - SCS WHITE, Najee - BSU

JR JR SR SR JR JR JR SR

13 9 8 9 6 8 12 9

50 30 21 16 21 31 49 26

83 61 56 66 30 35 49 47

133 91 77 82 51 66 98 73

10.2 10.1 9.6 9.1 8.5 8.3 8.2 8.1

GORDON, Rachel - NSU ENGLISH, Courtney - MIL DEAL, Lamesha - VSU CRAWFORD, Calonda - LAN

JR SR JR SO

10 7 10 5

46 40 21

73 42 34

119 82 112 55

11.9 11.7 11.2 11.0

FIELD GOAL PCT.


NAME/SCHOOL CL G FG FGA PCT

MEN'S FG PCT.
NAME/SCHOOL CL G FG FGA PCT

COOK, Shaquille - TUS SMITH, Alex - BSU PARKS, Emilio - JCSU JOHNSON, Karron - SHAW WILLIAMS, Darrius - MHC SHARPLESS, Angelo - ECS NOLEN, Sha'Mar - LAN WALKER, Raphael - MHC UDI, Justin - ALB WOODS, Percy - STAUG COPELAND, Jay - NCC

FR SR JR SR JR SR JR SR SO SR SO
CL

5 14 7 8 4 8 4 4 5 9 10
G

17 58 38 57 31 69 17 12 25 49 33
NO.

21 82 56 86 50 112 28 20 42 84 57
AVG.

.810 .707 .679 .663 .620 .616 .607 .600 .595 .583 .579

LEWIS, La'Quisha - CAU HAIRSTON, Amanda - BCU BURNS, BreAsia - PAINE LLOYD, Sharnita - KSU HANZER, Kristen - FSU WILSON, Nicole - ALB

SR JR SO SR SR SO
CL

9 10 6 6 8 6
G

34 50 30 40 62 20
NO.

55 83 51 69 108 36
AVG.

.618 .602 .588 .580 .574 .556

ASSISTS
NAME/SCHOOL

TRICE, Recca - NSU SANDERS, Joncyee - MVS CURLY-PAYNE, Cheyenne - HOW HAMILTON, Nicole - HAM

SR JR SR JR
CL

10 9 10 12
G

59 51 56 61
FT

5.9 5.7 5.6 5.1


FTA PCT

FREE THROW PCT


NAME/SCHOOL

ASSISTS
NAME/SCHOOL

MILLER, Patrick - TNS CHAPMAN, Emmanuel - NCC BLAIR, Carl - PV FUENTES, Jamel - NSU PENN, Raymond - TXS GIBSON, Autis - PAINE TOOMBS, Khalif - SCS CRUTCHER, Jeremy - AAM

JR JR SR JR JR SR SR JR

13 12 12 11 13 3 12 10

76 67 67 60 71 16 61 51

5.8 5.6 5.6 5.5 5.5 5.3 5.1 5.1

GRIFFIN, Seqoyah - SHAW FROST, Tierro - ALC DAVID, Adana - SHAW CALVIN, Amber - NCAT SPARKMAN, Kimberly - FAM

SR JR JR JR JR
CL

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G

14 14 11 21 27
NO.

15 15 12 23 30
AVG/G

.933 .933 .917 .913 .900

STEALS
NAME/SCHOOL

FREE THROW PCT


NAME/SCHOOL CL G FT FTA PCT

DAWSON, Patrick - KSU WESTMORELAND, Byron - BSU BELTRAN, Derick - SOU WILLIAMS, Pendarvis - NSU LOUISME, Jean - NCAT WILLIS, Ray - NCC FOXX, Ronaldo - MIL JONES, Kyree - UMES UNDERWOOD, Jeremy - NCAT

SR SR SR JR SR SR SO SO JR

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19 49 33 30 37 35 16 38 35

20 53 36 33 41 39 18 43 40

.950 .925 .917 .909 .902 .897 .889 .884 .875

BROWN, Tylesha - CLAF HANZER, Kristen - FSU WALKER, Arriana - LINCM WILSON, Crystal - SHAW FREEMAN, Ashle - VUU GRICE, Jasmine - FAM

SR SR SR SR SO JR

9 8 9 3 7 11

52 34 34 11 25 39

5.8 4.2 3.7 3.6 3.5 3.5

3-POINT FG PCT
NAME/SCHOOL CL G 3FG 3FGA PCT

STEALS
NAME/SCHOOL CL G NO. AVG/G

SILAS, Derita - MVS CALVIN, Amber - NCAT CEAZAR, Cierra - GSU ROACH, Karona - UMES SCOTT, Gabrielle - PV STEWART, Marissa - LAN

FR JR SO SR SO SR

8 10 10 10 8 5

12 20 13 17 11 11

24 40 29 38 25 25

.500 .500 .448 .447 .440 .440

3-POINT FG MADE
NAME/SCHOOL CL G 3FG AVG/G

REYNARD, Brennan - BEN HAMILTON, Jerome - ALB FRANKLIN, Troy - CSU JACKSON, DwWayne - MSU BINGHAM, Dwayne - CAU MILLER, Patrick - TNS

FR JR SR SR JR JR

7 5 11 8 6 13

24 14 30 20 15 29

3.4 2.8 2.7 2.5 2.5 2.2

SPARKMAN, Kimberly - FAM TAYLOR, Chastity - BCU JARRETT, Bianca - MSU WEATHERS, Monique - BEN

JR JR SR SR
CL

11 10 11 9
G

30 24 25 21
NO.

2.7 2.4 2.3 2.3


AVG/G

BLOCKED SHOTS
NAME/SCHOOL

3-POINT FG PCT
NAME/SCHOOL CL G 3FG 3FGA PCT

ANDERSON, Austin - MHC COLVIN, Justin - AAM DAWSON, Patrick - KSU O'GARRO, Shad - LOC CLAYBORN, Carlos - MIL COLVIN, Andrew - ALB HOWARD, Kelsey - JSU

SO FR SR SR JR SR SO

4 9 4 9 6 5 8

11 9 11 14 8 13 24

19 17 21 27 17 28 52

.579 .529 .524 .519 .471 .464 .462

Avant

Howard

Hanzer

English

NEWTON, Brielle - KSU SUMPTER, Erika - CAU GOODWIN, Fannie - SCS

SO JR SR

7 9 11

24 22 24

3.4 2.4 2.2

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CIAA
NORTH DIVISION

CENTRAL INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CONF W L

3-POINT FG MADE
NAME/SCHOOL CL G 3FG AVG/G

WESTMORELAND, Byron - BSU STRONG, Omar - TXS WHITMORE, Jeremy - LAN ROSE, Trey - GSU SHELTON, Anthony - FSU BETHEL, Kyree - CHOW McKINNEY, Javier - TUS HOWARD, Kelsey - JSU

SR SR SO FR SO SO JR SO

9 13 4 9 8 8 5 8

39 54 15 31 27 25 15 24

4.3 4.2 3.8 3.4 3.3 3.1 3.0 3.0

Eliz. City State Virginia State Bowie State Virginia Union Lincoln Chowan

SOUTH DIVISION

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MEAC

MID EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CONF ALL W L W L

SIAC
EAST DIVISION

SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE


CONF

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2 3 3 5 6 9 6 1 1 4 5 5

J. C. Smith Fayetteville State Shaw Livingstone Winston-Salem State St. Augustines

BLOCKED SHOTS
NAME/SCHOOL CL G NO. AVG/G

GRAY, Kendall - DSU HARRIS, Sean - LINCM SMITH, Jyles - SSU WITTER, Austin - NCAT STURDIVANT, Fred - TXS NELSON, Andrae - MHC
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SO SR JR SR SR SR
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38 31 33 32 37 10

3.5 3.4 2.8 2.7 2.8 2.5

CIAA PLAYERS OF THE YEAR PLAYER & NEWCOMER Talaya Lynch, 5-9, Sr., F, CHOWAN - Scored 30 points in two games. NEWCOMER Keyrra Gillespie, 5-5, Jr., G, WSSU - Had 7 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists in win over Lenoir-Rhyne. COACH A. G. Hall, WSSU - Led Rams to win over Lenoir-Rhyne.

Hampton NC A&T State Howard Morgan State SC State Savannah State Delaware State Md. E. Shore Coppin State North Carolina Central Norfolk State Bethune-Cookman Florida A&M

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Fort Valley State Clark Atlanta Benedict Paine Albany State Clain
WEST DIVISION

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SWAC
Ark. Pine Bluff Jackson State Miss. Valley St. Prairie View A&M Texas Southern Alabama State Alabama A&M Grambling State Southern Alcorn State

SOUTHWESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE DIV W L

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MEAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER JaQuayla Berry, 5-10, Sr., G/F, NC A&T - Averaged 22 points, 7.5 rebounds, 3 steals and 1 assist in 1-1 week. Had 15 points, 6 boards vs. UNC-Charlotte, 29 points, 9 boards, 4 assists and 2 steal vs. William & Mary. ROOKIE Amber Neely, 5-5, Fr., G, NCCU - Avgd. 14.5 points, 8 rebounds in two games. Had 16 points, 11 rebounds vs. Gardner-Webb. DEFENSE Jamie Foreman, 5-10, So., F/C, FAMU - Grabbed 21 rebounds and blocked two shots in two games. Added 21 points and 2 assists.

Miles Tuskegee Kentucky State Lane LeMoyne-Owen Stillman

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INDEPENDENTS
Central State Tennessee State W. Va. State Cheyney Lincoln (Mo.) Univ. of DC 10 4 3 0 6 5
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PLAYER OF THE WEEK Arryelle Covington, CENTRAL STATE - Led Lady Lions with 22 points in win over Lincoln (Pa.).

SIAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER Ariel Brown, 5-9, Jr., PAINE - Recorded a doubledouble of 16 points and 11 rebounds in win over Edward Waters. Also had ve steals. NEWCOMER Ashley Watts, 5-6, So., PAINE - Recorded a game and season-high 26 points, while adding 5 assists and 3 rebounds vs. Edward Waters.

SWAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER & NEWCOMER Gabrielle Scott, PRAIRIE VIEW - Led Lady Jags with 20 points including canning 4 of 8 from 3-point range in win over Hampton. Only had 7 points in loss to Toledo.