Men's Hoop Release #5

Centennial Conference
Men's Basketball Co-Players of the Week

 

Morgan Lee, Franklin & Marshall

Gibby Graves, Haverford


Morgan Lee, Franklin & Marshall
Senior, Forward, 6-5

Brooklyn, N.Y. / Trinity-Pawling

Gibby Graves, Haverford
Senior, Guard, 6-2
Chappaqua, N.Y. / Phillips Andover

Lee poured in a career high 28 points to go along with nine rebounds in a 74-70 victory over Albright. He made 11-of-18 shots from the floor and added a blocked shot. Graves tallied a career best 24 markers with nine caroms in an 85-80 win over Moravian. He drained 10-of-16 shots from the field and added three assists and two steals.

 

Around the Conference

Dickinson improved to 8-1 with wins over #16 North Central and Juniata in the Eagles' Doc Greene tournament. Junior Ted Hinnenkamp (York, Pa.) scored 16 points in the 80-73 win over the Cardinals. Senior Gerry Wixted (Moorestown, N.J.) tallied 24 points in the title-game win vs. the Eagles and received tournament MVP honors. He was joined on the All-Tournament team by classmate Steve Collins (Rydal, Pa.). It is the second win in three games for the Devils vs. the members of the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW). Dickinson defeated Wheaton in last year's NCAA Sweet 16 before falling in the Elite Eight to Illinois Wesleyan.

Franklin & Marshall remained unbeaten with a 74-70 win over Albright in the 100th meeting between the long-time rivals. Head coach Glenn Robinson picked up career win 879 and tied University of North Carolina coaching legend Dean Smith for the sixth spot on the NCAA all-time coaching victory list.

Gettysburg senior guard Sean Gordon (Broomall, Pa.) scored a career-high 21 points on 6-of-8 3-point shooting but it was not enough in a 71-65 loss to Messiah.

Haverford shot a season high 56.4 percent from the floor in an 85-80 win over Moravian. The 85 points are the most for the Fords at Gooding Arena since Nov. 30, 2011, when they rang up 88 vs. Washington College.

McDaniel junior Tim Stewart (Smyrna, Del.) poured in a career high 23 points in a 52-50 loss at Lebanon Valley, making 11-of-15 shots from the floor.

Three players posted career highs in Muhlenberg's 86-57 win over cross-town rival DeSales, with sophomore John Hunter (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) scoring 20 on 8-of-10 shooting, freshman Nick Rindock (Allentown, Pa.) pouring in 18 and sophomore Brandon LaRose (Williamsburg, Va.) adding 15. Rindock tied a school record, achieved three times previously, by going 5-for-5 from three-point range.

Swarthmore freshman Zack Yonda (Conestoga, Pa.) was 10-of-10 from the charity stripe in the 70-65 loss to Widener. He has made 19 consecutive free throws and is 38-of-41 (92.7) on the season.

 

NCAA All-Time Coaching Wins (all divisions)

Name Yrs W L
T1-Mike Kryzezewski * 39 988 306
T1-Herb Magee * 48 988 393
3-Jim Boeheim * 41 953 321
4-Don Meyer 37 923 324
5-Bob Knight 42 902 371
T6-Dean Smith 36 879 254
T6-Glenn Robinson *
44 879 321
7-Adolph Rupp 41 876 190

records as of 12/14/14

* active coaches