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Player of the Week
Ted Hinnenkamp, Dickinson
York, Pa. / York Suburban HS
Hinnenkamp had a huge week in leading the Red Devils to three victories. He averaged 20.7 points on 70.3 percent shooting from the field, in addition to grabbing 5.0 rebounds, and blocking 2.0 shots per contest. Hinnenkamp made 10-of-12 shots from the field for 22 points at Gettysburg and followed that effort with 23 points on 10-14 shooting to go along with five boards and three blocks vs. Swarthmore.
Statistics for the Week
Dickinson kept its late-season roll going with a 75-66 win vs. Swarthmore. Senior Ted Hinnenkamp (York, Pa.) scored a game-high 23 points and has connected on 20 of his last 26 field goal attempts (76.9%). Soph Jon Stenger (Midlothian, Va.) made all three of his three-point attempts for 11 points. He has drained seven of his last 10 treys (70%). Senior Brandon Angradi (Milford, Pa.) had two streaks ended – a 22-game streak with at least one three-pointer and a seven-game double-figure scoring skein. Angradi and Hinnenkamp’s next game will be their 114th, setting a program record.
Franklin & Marshall could not hang onto a 10-point second-half advantage in a 74-69 loss at Johns Hopkins. Sophomore Brandon Federici (Morganville, N.J.) led the way with 19 points, while senior Cedric Moune (Douala, Cameroon) added 17 points and eight caroms. Moune has reached double figures in points in 11 of his last 12 games. F&M can clinch the top seed for next weekend's tournament with a win vs. Gettysburg.
Gettysburg's game with Ursinus was postponed due to illness on the Bears' campus. The Bullets were outscored 52-34 over the final 20 minutes to fall to Dickinson, 78-61. Senior Kevin Gladstone (Havertown, Pa.) scored 16 points and collected seven rebounds to lead the Bullets. He has averaged just 1.6 assists over his last six games after handing out 3.85 over his first 13. Junior Cody Kiefer (Gettysburg, Pa.) is shooting 57.1 (15-21) over his last four games.
Haverford fell to McDaniel on Senior Day, 71-52. Senior Anthony Reyes (Breezy Point, N.Y.) led the Fords with 14 points – his fifth double-digit effort of the season - while freshman Joe Scibelli (Charlotte, N.C.) added 11 points and nine boards. Freshman Kahlil Garnes (Livingston, N.J.) is averaging 17.0 points over the last five games.
Johns Hopkins knocked off #16 Franklin & Marshall, 74-69, in the annual Wall-O'Mahony Game in Baltimore. It was the Jays' first home win over a ranked Diplomat squad since 2003. Senior Matt Billups (Watchung, N.J.) was named the Hop MVP after tallying 12 points, six rebounds and six blocks. He now has 118 for his career which his sixth all-time at JHU. Junior Ryan Curran (Flanders, N.J.) posted his third double-double with 19 points and 13 rebounds.
McDaniel junior Kevin Yrizarry (Owings Mills, Md.) scored a career-best 16 points as the Green Terror won at Haverford, 71-52. Cameron Royster (Derwood, Md.) and Nick Perugino (Lewes, Del.) came off the bench to contribute 12 and 10 points, respectively. Senior Wes Brooks (North Wales, Pa.) had his 25-game streak with at least one three-pointer snapped. Classmate Tim Stewart (Smyrna, Del.) needs only 11 points to join the Terror's 1,000-point club.
Muhlenberg battled back from a 10-point halftime deficit to take down Washington College, 86-74. Senior Alec Stavetski (Wayne, Pa.) led the Mules with 19 points, while soph Nick Rindock (Allentown, Pa.) added 18. 'Berg shot 53.8 percent from the field and made 23-of-28 free throws in the final 20 minutes. Junior John Hunter (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) blocked fur shots to move into seventh place on the program's all-time list with 112.
Swarthmore failed in its first chance to lock up a Centennial playoff berth for the first time since 1997 with a 75-66 loss at Dickinson. Sophomore Matt Brennan (Ridgefield, Conn.) led the Garnet with 13 points. Swarthmore’s magic number for qualifying for the Centennial tournament for the first time since 1997 remains one.
Ursinus’ games against Franklin & Marshall and Gettysburg were postponed due to a gastro-intestinal illness that swept the Collegeville campus. Senior Malik Draper (Scranton, Pa.) scored a season-high 20 points including three three-pointers in a loss to McDaniel. Freshman Eric Williams (Plainfield, N.J.), who returned after missing four games, drained two treys to extend his streak to nine consecutive contests. The Bears need three wins in their final four games to register their first winning season since 2010.
Washington College could not make a 10-point halftime advantage stand up in an 86-74 loss to Muhlenberg. Sophomore Tas Dixon (Ardmore, Pa.) handed out a career-best 11 assists for the Shoremen – the first double figure assist performance by a WAC player since Kevin Breslin dished out 10 on Jan. 7, 2012. Freshman Brandon Berry (Lorton, Va.) missed his first free throw after 28 consecutive makes in the second half.
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