NOVEMBER 19 RECAPS

Another milestone for Magee; New rankings feature four regional clubs in the Top 25

NOVEMBER 16-17 RECAPS

Daemen wins battle of nationally-ranked teams, Rockland County boasts the region's first 4-0 teams

NOVEMBER 15 RECAPS

Le Moyne's upset bid falls short, Stonehill takes first of two in Minnesota

Standings

Northeast Division


2019-20 NE10 Northeast Men's Basketball Standings

Institution Conf All
Saint Anselm 1-0 3-0
Bentley 0-0 3-0
Southern N.H. 0-0 3-0
Assumption 0-0 3-1
Franklin Pierce 0-0 2-1
Stonehill 0-0 2-2
St. Michael's 0-1 2-3

Southwest Division


2019-20 NE10 Southwest Men's Basketball Standings

Institution Conf All
Adelphi 0-0 3-0
Pace 0-0 3-0
New Haven 0-0 1-0
American Int'l 0-0 3-1
Saint Rose 0-0 2-2
Southern Conn. St. 0-0 1-2
Le Moyne 0-0 1-3
Stat Leaders
stat/leader
Points per game
N Corbett
Molloy
27.3
A Sischo
Daemen
25.4
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
22.8
J Bradanese
Jefferson
22.8
D Mallory
Jefferson
22.5
C Seaforth
Southern Conn. St.
22.5
B Griffin
Mercy
22.5
P Wejnert
Pace
22.3
C Hudson
Bentley
22.3
M Webb
Bentley
21.3
Complete Leaders

Rebounds per game
A Sischo
Daemen
14.7
M Lajeunesse
Bloomfield
14.7
C Murphy
USciences
13.3
P Pavlidis
Molloy
11.3
S Montague
Southern N.H.
11.0
B Griffin
Mercy
10.8
P Wejnert
Pace
10.7
T Brown
Le Moyne
10.3
B Powell
Pace
10.0
S Sylla
Saint Rose
9.8
Complete Leaders

FG
A Sischo
Daemen
67-95
D Mallory
Jefferson
41-68
J Hayden
New York Tech
35-74
J Bradanese
Jefferson
35-58
B Griffin
Mercy
34-62
S Sylla
Saint Rose
33-56
Z Wright
Felician
33-66
E Bovell
Queens (N.Y.)
32-57
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
32-66
B Twitty
Stonehill
31-69
Complete Leaders

FG Pct
A Lopez
New Haven
80.0
X Golding
American Int'l
76.5
Q Lane
New Haven
75.0
M Ringel
Georgian Court
75.0
D Thomas
New Haven
75.0
J West
Goldey-Beacom
71.8
A Sischo
Daemen
70.5
C Long
Southern N.H.
68.4
C Hudson
Bentley
68.4
C Murphy
USciences
66.7
Complete Leaders

3PT
Z Wright
Felician
22-43
J Redband
Daemen
17-40
N Corbett
Molloy
16-33
J Guzman
St. Michael's
16-26
T Leavell
Le Moyne
15-25
R Roland
Le Moyne
15-34
S Simon
USciences
14-28
T Nolan
Nyack
14-29
M Kelly
Assumption
14-31
D Porcic
Concordia (N.Y.)
13-36
Complete Leaders

3PT Pct
T Whyte
Assumption
100.0
I Holmes
Post
80.0
J Duvivier
Post
66.7
J Sanders
Southern N.H.
66.7
C Long
Southern N.H.
66.7
D Reagan
Bentley
66.7
R Conroy
Southern N.H.
61.5
J Guzman
St. Michael's
61.5
B Jacobs
Pace
61.5
T Leavell
Le Moyne
60.0
Complete Leaders

FT
A Sischo
Daemen
41-59
V Covington
Caldwell
28-34
P Wejnert
Pace
25-33
A Cooper
Caldwell
22-25
D Roberts
St. Thomas Aquinas
22-24
R Lutterman
Caldwell
22-28
K Brown
St. Michael's
21-29
K Guerra
Jefferson
21-29
J Hayden
New York Tech
20-32
W Moreton
Stonehill
19-28
Complete Leaders

FT Pct
K Randolph
Holy Family
100.0
R Silva
Adelphi
100.0
Q Lane
New Haven
100.0
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
100.0
D Floyd
Georgian Court
100.0
K Richard
Southern Conn. St.
100.0
N Corbett
Molloy
100.0
T Ginyard
Dominican (N.Y.)
100.0
M Webb
Bentley
100.0
J Iturmendi
Bridgeport
100.0
Complete Leaders

Points
A Sischo
Daemen
178
Z Wright
Felician
104
J Hayden
New York Tech
95
J Head
Wilmington (Del.)
91
J Bradanese
Jefferson
91
D Mallory
Jefferson
90
B Griffin
Mercy
90
A Cooper
Caldwell
85
J Guzman
St. Michael's
85
M Livingston
Goldey-Beacom
84
Complete Leaders

Total rebounds
A Sischo
Daemen
103
C Murphy
USciences
53
M Lajeunesse
Bloomfield
44
B Griffin
Mercy
43
E Barrett
Chestnut Hill
42
T Brown
Le Moyne
41
A White jr.
Concordia (N.Y.)
41
J Lewis
Felician
40
D McRae
Felician
40
S Sylla
Saint Rose
39
Complete Leaders

Assists
J Mello-Klein
Bentley
30
K Guerra
Jefferson
25
T Brown
Le Moyne
21
T Jackson III
St. Michael's
20
P Fleming
Assumption
19
D Roberts
St. Thomas Aquinas
19
B Harris
Daemen
18
D Evans
Saint Anselm
18
N Amos
Felician
18
M Kelly
Assumption
18
Complete Leaders

Steals
J Burgess
Dominican (N.Y.)
12
J Jackson
Felician
12
K Guerra
Jefferson
12
D Sims
Concordia (N.Y.)
11
D Rodwell
Dominican (N.Y.)
10
J Williams
Dist. Columbia
10
B Harris
Daemen
10
M Livingston
Goldey-Beacom
10
J Redband
Daemen
9
G Singleton
St. Thomas Aquinas
9
Complete Leaders

Blocks
A Sischo
Daemen
14
J West
Goldey-Beacom
13
C Onyeike
New York Tech
10
S Montague
Southern N.H.
9
A Nasseri
Roberts Wesleyan
8
A White jr.
Concordia (N.Y.)
7
L Rivera
Le Moyne
7
D Grady III
Queens (N.Y.)
7
C Hudson
Bentley
7
J Copman
Dominican (N.Y.)
6
Complete Leaders

Minutes
A Sischo
Daemen
252
J Wallace
Daemen
222
J Redband
Daemen
209
J Sarkis
Daemen
168
T Jackson III
St. Michael's
161
B Harris
Daemen
160
K Guerra
Jefferson
160
J Rider
Chestnut Hill
155
A Cooper
Caldwell
155
J Hayden
New York Tech
155
Complete Leaders

Upcoming Events
20 Nov
Post at American Int'l
20 Nov
Mercy at Pace
20 Nov
Saint Anselm at Bloomfield
20 Nov
Goldey-Beacom at West Chester
20 Nov
Adelphi at St. Thomas Aquinas
20 Nov
New York Tech at Staten Island
20 Nov
Caldwell at Dominican (N.Y.)
20 Nov
Southern Conn. St. at Queens (N.Y.)
Results
20 Nov
0 Stonehill
0 at Southern N.H.
20 Nov
0 Saint Rose
0 at St. Michael's
20 Nov
0 Bentley
0 at Bridgeport
20 Nov
27 Dist. Columbia
39 at Georgian Court
20 Nov
88 Molloy
77 at Concordia (N.Y.)
19 Nov
87 Mansfield
91 at Nyack
19 Nov
79 Kutztown
98 at Jefferson
19 Nov
88 Chestnut Hill
101 at Bloomsburg
19 Nov
79 Le Moyne
89 at Daemen
18 Nov
60 Lincoln (Pa.)
78 at USciences
18 Nov
80 Felician
104 at East Stroudsburg
18 Nov
85 New Haven
55 at Concordia (N.Y.)
Game Recaps

NOVEMBER 19 RECAPS

There were four games on the Tuesday docket, including a historic one in the City of Brotherly Love:

JEFFERSON 98 KUTZTOWN 79

Hall of Fame Head Coach Herb Magee joined fellow legend Mike Krzyzewski of Duke as the only NCAA men's coaches to record 1,100 career victories. Magee reached the plateau as Jefferson blasted Kutztown (PA) in Philadelphia, just days after the visitors graciously moved their initially scheduled home game to the Gallagher Center to accommodate Magee in the event that the milestone was within reach. On the day they entered the Top 25 at #23, the Rams led from pillar to post, bursting out of the gate with leads of 17-5 and 34-12 en route to a 56-36 halftime cushion. A 12-4 start to the second stanza fattened the advantage to 68-40 and the Golden Bears never came closer than 17 points thereafter. Deondre Bourne rang up 27 points (8-11 FG, 5-8 from 3-point range), Josh Bradanese contributed 25 (8-10 FG, 5-6 from deep) and Kylan Guerra collected 21 points (7-11 FG), nine assists and four steals for Jefferson, which won its first four games for the first time since 2006. Devaughn Mallory chipped in with 10 points and six boards for the winners, while Wesley Butler was high man for Kutztown with 19 points (3-5 from 3). The Rams - who outassisted their guests, 19-7 - shot a blistering 63% from the floor, including 14-of-22 from beyond the arc, while the Golden Bears were a solid 45% and 8-for-16, respectively, while winning the glass, 32-28. Krzyzewski has 1,136 career wins to date.

DAEMEN 89 Le MOYNE 79

Andrew Sischo notched his seventh doube-double in as many games with 27 points (11-14 FG) and 11 rebounds as all 10 Daemen players who saw action reached the score column in winning for a sixth straight outing, this time against Upstate New York rival Le Moyne at Lumsden Gym. In the two Thruway rivals' first meeting since 2004, the visitors appeared poised for the upset, leading the #17 Wildcats 76-67 following a Ryan Roland 3-pointer with 5:50 to play. But Deamen took over from that point, outscoring the Dolphins 22-3 over the last 5:25 as the visitors missed their last eight shots from the floor. Jeff Redband's left-wing 3-ball put the hosts on top for good at 79-78 with 2:47 left, then he followed with a fadeaway from the left baseline at the 1:58 mark as part of a 13-point night (4-7 from downtown Buffalo). Breon Harris tallied all 14 of his points (4-7 from long range) in the first half in helping the Wildcats to their region-best 12th straight home win. Roland led five Fins in double digits with 20 points (7-12 FG, 6-9 from afar). He was followed by Tim Leavell (all 14 points before intermission, 4-7 from distance in a reserve role), Nino Hernandez (12 points, seven rebounds), Lonnie Rivera (12, 9) and Tom Brown (10 points, seven rebounds, seven assists) as Le Moyne still made a formidable 16 of 33 shots behind the 3-point line

NYACK 91 MANSFIELD 87

Nyack also experienced some late-game magic to slip past Mansfield (PA) at Bowman Gym for its third straight triumph. Joel Bailey racked up 27 points, including the go-ahead lay-up with 1:36 remaining that snapped a series of ties at 68, 71, 73, 75, 77, 79 and 82, and put the Warriors in front to stay. Bailey - who also dished out six assists - sank four straight free throws over the final 20 seconds, setting up Curtis Thompson's clinching toss with five seconds on the clock. The Mountaineers were in control most of the night, never trailing in the opening period after bolting out to leads of 8-0 and 42-28 before the hosts chiseled away and eventually prevailed. Junior Graham was a spark off the bench with 16 points on 8-of-9 shooting, highlighted by a late slam, while Jayden Dawson and Thompson (5-7 FG) each dropped 13 in the win. Christian Simmons topped the Mansfield scorecard with 21 points (8-14 FG) and nine rebounds, but despite edges in shooting (48%-46%) and rebounding (43-36), the Mounties were outscored 23-11 off turnovers, which was a crucial stat. Nyack fashioned a stellar 20/8 assist-turnover ratio in this one.

BLOOMSBURG 101 CHESTNUT HILL 88

Justin Anderson notched a personal-best 25 points, yanked down six rebounds and doled out four assists, while Ky Mauras submitted 24 points and six helpers as Bloomsburg (PA) held off Chestnut Hill at Nelson Field House, shooting 54% from the field along the way. The Huskies trailed 30-20 before climbing back, using a 16-7 second-half surge in expanding a tenuous 61-59 lead to 77-66 with 9:34 to go. The Griffins - who saw all seven of their participants deliver at least eight points - came as close as 90-84 on a put-back by Eli Barrett (24 points, eight rebounds) with 1:20 left, but Anderson countered with a back-breaking triple 17 seconds later to essentially end the drama. James Rider IV generated 22 points for Chestnut Hill, which also landed Juston Bailey (12 points on 4-of-5 long-range shooting, plus six assists) and Julius Phillips (11 points) in twin figures, though it wasn't enough to halt the region's longest losing skid at 24 games. Both teams shot an identical 14-for-17 from the stripe.

POLL POSITION

For the first time since November 21, 2017, four East Region teams populate the NABC/Division 2 Top 25 Coaches' Poll. St. Anselm jumps seven spots to #14 and Daemen climbs five to #17, while St. Thomas Aquinas and Jefferson enter at #20 and #23, respectively. Two years ago, the ranked teams were: Le Moyne (13), Bloomfield (17), St. Thomas Aquinas (22) and Merrimack (24). There are also three teams receiving votes this week: Bentley, Dominican and New Haven. Defending national champion Northwest Missouri State is still the unanimous #1.

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