Men's Hoop Release #11

Ted Hinnenkamp, Dickinson

Centennial Conference
Men's Basketball Player of the Week
February 2, 2015

Ted Hinnenkamp, Dickinson
Junior, Guard, 6-6
York, Pa. / York Suburban HS

Hinnenkamp averaged 16.0 points, 4.5 rebounds and 5.5 assists in a pair of Red Devil victories. He was a perfect 6-of-6 from the field for 18 points to go along with seven assists and a blocked shot vs. Muhlenberg. Hinnenkamp tallied 14 points, four rebounds and four assists vs. Washington College. For the week, he knocked down 12-of-14 shots from the field (85.7 percent).

 

Around the Conference

Dickinson senior Gerry Wixted (Moorestown, N.J.) has scored in double figures in 14 straight games and 17 of 18 this season. He scored 24 points to go along with nine rebounds, three assists and three blocks in the win over Muhlenberg. The Red Devils have not played a game this season decided by five or fewer points.

Franklin & Marshall senior Morgan Lee (Brooklyn, N.Y.) poured in 20 points in the win versus Gettysburg. He has finished in double figures 16 times this season. Junior Cedric Moune (Douala, Cameroon) grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds vs. the Bullets. Freshman Brandon Federici (Morganville, N.J.) scored a game-high 28 points vs. Swarthmore.

Haverford got defensive in its 68-63 win over Ursinus. The 63 points allowed was the fewest by the Fords this season and helped Haverford defeat the Bears for the first time since the 2012 season. Sophomore Matt Sherman (Narberth, Pa.) led the way with 22 points, while senior Lucas Colombo (Amityville, N.Y.) recorded a double-double with 15 points and 11 caroms. Sherman was also named the team's MVP at Hopkins' annual Wall-O'Mahony game after scoring 14 points.

Johns Hopkins ran its winning streak to a program record 14 games with wins against McDaniel and Haverford. The Blue Jays battled back from a seven-point halftime deficit against the Green Terror as senior Jimmy Hammer (Collegeville, Pa.) led the way with 19. Sophomore Ryan Curran (Flanders, N.J.) posted a career-high 22 points on 9-of-10 shooting to go along with seven boards and three blocks vs. the Fords. He was named JHU's MVP of the annual Wall-O'Mahony game. Freshman Kyle Doran (Millersville, Md.) added a career-best 11 markers.

McDaniel junior Tim Stewart (Smyrna, Del.) poured in 30 points on 12-of-17 shooting in the loss at #18 Johns Hopkins. Senior Phillip Perry (Crownsville, Md.) tossed in 17 points in a home loss to Muhlenberg. The Terror has lost its last three games despite holding the lead at half in all.

Muhlenberg freshman Nick Rindock (Allentown, Pa.) recorded his first career double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds in the loss to #5 Dickinson. The Mules shot 50.8 percent from the floor against the Devils, ranked #9 in the country in field goal percentage defense. It was 'Berg's turn to get defensive in the win at McDaniel, holding the Terror to just 31.3 percent shooting, and handing McDaniel its first home loss of the season. Senior Malique Killing (Philadelphia, Pa.) tied the program career record for steals (169).

Swarthmore freshman Zack Yonda (Conestoga, Pa.) set a Centennial record for consecutive free throws (34) in the win over Washington College. His record streak ended with his final charity toss of the night, ending 11-of 12 from the line and with a game-high 20 points. Junior Sean Thaxter (Cobleskill, N.Y.) came off the bench and added a career-high 11 points. Senior Karl Barkley (Davidson, N.C.) drained six threes for 19 points vs. #20 Franklin & Marshall.

Ursinus freshman Joseph LoStracco (Chalfont, Pa.) made 10-of-13 shots from the field for a game-high 24 points in the loss at Haverford. The Bears swept the season series from Gettysburg, winning on the road for the first time this season. Four players were in double figures, led by junior Malik Draper (Scranton, Pa.) who had 17.

Washington College has shot under 36 percent from the floor in each of its last three games and is connecting on just 36.9 percent as a team this season.

By The Numbers

Centennial Career Scoring Leaders

Name, School Years Points
1-Nick Shattuck, Ursinus 2005-08 1,973
2-Andrew Powers, Gettysburg 2008-11 1,946
3-Georgio Milligan, Franklin & Marshall 2009-12 1,932
4-Dennis Stanton, Ursinus 2001-04 1,930
5-Rich Barrett, Ursinus 1998-01 1,841
6-Malique Killing, Muhlenberg 2012-15 1,822
12-Gerry Wixted, Dickinson 2012-15 1,663

 

Centennial Career Rebounding Leaders

Name, School Years Reb
1-Spencer Liddic, Muhlenberg
2009-12 1,015
2-Danny Nawrocki, Johns Hopkins
2004-07 947
3-Steve Erfle, Ursinus
2000-03 860
4-Jim Doumato, Muhlenberg
1996-99 854
5-Matt Fabian, Ursinus
2004-07 853
14-Gerry Wixted, Dickinson
2012-15 775
27-George Bugarinovic, Johns Hopkins 2012-15 657

 

Centennial Career Three-Point Field Goal Leaders

Name, School Years 3FGM
1-Dennis Stanton, Ursinus
2001-04 306
2-Mike McGarvey, Ursinus
2003-06 272
3-Jackiem Wright, Franklin & Marshall
2002-05 266
4-Matt Hilton, Ursinus
2008-11 230
5-Jimmy Hammer, Johns Hopkins 2012-15 226

 

Team Record When

Teams Ahead at Half Trail at Half  Tied at Half
1-5 Pt Games
Dickinson
12-0
3-2
2-0
0-0
F&M 15-0
1-1
1-1
2-1
Gettysburg
6-1
4-7
1-0
4-2
Haverford 2-1
2-13
0-1
3-4
Johns Hopkins
16-1
1-1
0-0
3-1
McDaniel
8-4
2-3
1-0
3-1
Muhlenberg
6-3
3-6
0-1
2-6
Swarthmore
6-4
2-7
0-0
3-2
Ursinus
3-2
4-10
0-0
2-2
Washington College
1-4
1-12
0-1
1-2