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Atlantic 10 Conference Men’s Basketball Standings

 

SCHOOL CONF CPCT. OVERALL PCT. STREAK
Dayton 8-0 1.000 19-2 0.905 W10
Rhode Island 8-1 0.889 16-5 0.762 W8
VCU 6-3 0.667 16-6 0.727 L1
Saint Louis 5-3 0.625 16-5 0.762 W2
Duquesne 5-3 0.625 15-5 0.750 L3
Richmond 5-3 0.625 15-6 0.714 L2
St. Bonaventure 5-3 0.625 13-8 0.619 W1
Davidson 4-4 0.500 10-10 0.500 L1
George Washington 4-4 0.500 10-11 0.476 W2
UMass 3-5 0.375 9-12 0.429 W2
George Mason 2-6 0.250 13-8 0.619 L2
La Salle 1-7 0.125 10-10 0.500 L6
Fordham 1-7 0.125 7-13 0.350 L2
Saint Joseph’s 0-8 0.000 4-17 0.190 L3

 

STANDINGS COMPILED BY & COURTESY OF ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE MEDIA RELATIONS

Atlantic 10 Conference Men’s Basketball Honors: Dayton’s Crutcher, GW’s Nelson, Jr.

 

Jalen Crutcher Dayton

Jameer Nelson Jr. GW

 

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – The Atlantic 10 Conference has named Dayton junior Jalen Crutcher Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Player of the Week. George Washington freshman Jameer Nelson, Jr., was selected as A-10 Rookie of the Week. The awards were announced Monday and are for games played Jan. 20-26.

Crutcher led the Flyers to a pair of wins, extending UD’s winning streak to nine games. He averaged 23.5 points, 6.0 rebounds and 7.0 assists (with just two turnovers), and shot .680 (17-for-25) from the field and .563 (9-of-16) from 3-point range. A Memphis, Tenn., native, he tied his old career high with 23 points in the St. Bonaventure win, and upped it with 24 at Richmond. Crutcher’s 3-pointer with 3:24 left against Richmond stopped a 9-0 run in a game where he had 24 points, eight rebounds and seven assists. Also named last week’s A-10 Player of the Week, he is two points away from 1,000 points in his career, and he has scored at least 20 points in four consecutive games.

Nelson set a season-best with 22 points against Saint Joseph’s on Saturday in leading GW to a win. A product of Haverford, Pa., Nelson finished the week averaging 14.0 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists with only two total turnovers. Against the Hawks he was 8-of-10 (.800) from the field, including 3-of-4 (.750) from 3-point range. He also dished out six assists in the Colonials game at Fordham.

HONOR ROLL

Jon Axel Gudmundsson averaged 23.5 points and 9.0 rebounds in leading Davidson to a pair of wins, including registering a 27-point, 10-rebounds double-double against George Mason … Javon Greene scored 32 points for George Mason against UMass, sinking nine field goals and 13 free throws while grabbing seven rebounds  … George Washington’s Armel Potter averaged 15 points, 4.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists in a split week for the Colonials … La Salle freshman Sherif Kenney averaged 11.5 points, 6.0 rebounds, 2.5 steals over two games for the Explorers, including a career-high 19 points at Richmond …  Tre Mitchell averaged a double-double in two games for Massachusetts, scoring 19.5 points and 10.0 rebounds, highlighted by a team-high 25 points in a win over Duquesne … Mitchell’s fellow freshman Preston Santos had a 15-point, 12-rebound double-double in UMass’ win versus the Dukes  … Fatts Russell was again outstanding posting 23 points with three assists and four steals in Rhode Island’s win over Duquesne, followed by a 29-point performance in which he hit five 3-pointers and dished out five assists to extend the Rams’ winning streak to six games … Javonte Perkins was 5-for-9 (.556) from 3-point range to scored 25 points for Saint Louis on the road at Davidson …  Saint Louis freshman Yuri Collins dished out six assists in each of the Billikens games last week while committing just two turnovers.

 

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Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Basketball Standings

 

School ACC Overall
Louisville 9-1 18-3
Duke 7-2 17-3
Florida State 7-2 17-3
Virginia 6-4 14-6
Syracuse 6-4 13-8
NC State 5-5 14-7
Virginia Tech 5-5 14-7
Clemson 5-5 11-9
Pitt 4-6 13-8
Boston College 4-6 10-11
Georgia Tech 4-6 10-11
Notre Dame 3-6 12-8
North Carolina 3-6 10-10
Miami 3-7 11-9
Wake Forest 2-8 9-11

 

STANDINGS COMPILED BY & COURTESY OF ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE MEDIA RELATIONS

ACC Men’s Basketball Weekly Honors go to Ga. Tech’s Alvarado, Pitt’s Champagnie

 

Jose Alvarado Ga. Tech

Justin Champagnie Pitt

 

GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Georgia Tech junior guard Jose Alvarado has earned Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week honors, while Pitt guard/forward Justin Champagnie claimed ACC Freshman of the Week honors.

ACC men’s basketball weekly honors are determined by a vote of a 15-member media panel and announced on Mondays throughout the regular season.

Alvarado averaged 19.5 points, 9.0 rebounds and 5.0 steals per game last week as Georgia Tech fell at No. 6 Louisville, 68-64, on Wednesday before downing NC State, 64-58, Saturday. He posted his first career double-double against Louisville and then set a school record for steals in a game on Saturday. His performance Wednesday kept the Yellow Jackets in the game until the final seconds. The native of Brooklyn, New York, had 13 points and 10 rebounds and played stout defense against the ACC’s leading scorer, Jordan Nwora, who went 3-for-11 from the floor for 10 points. He led the Yellow Jackets to a season sweep of NC State Saturday, scoring a season-high 26 points with eight rebounds, and he broke a 28-year-old Tech record with nine steals, the last two of which thwarted the Wolfpack’s final two offensive possessions in the game. For the week, he went 13-for-31 from the floor, hit a pair of threes in each game and went 9-for-12 from the foul line.

Champagnie averaged 15.5 ppg and 9.5 rpg as Pitt downed Boston College, 74-72, at home on Wednesday before falling at Syracuse, 69-61, Saturday. In those games, he shot 65.0% (13-of-20). The Brooklyn. New York, native recorded his fourth double-double of the season with 17 points and 10 rebounds in the win over Boston College. He went 8-of-14 from the field and had a game-clinching steal in the final seconds to help the Panthers overcome a 14-point first-half deficit. Champagnie followed that with 14 points and nine rebounds at Syracuse despite missing a majority of the opening half after picking up two fouls in the opening 2:07 of play. He went 5-of-6 from the field and 4-of-6 from the foul line in the game. Champagnie scored 12 points and grabbed six rebounds in the second half as the Panthers cut a double-digit Syracuse halftime lead to a one-possession game three times in the final 2:30 of action.

2019-20 ACC Player of the Week Honors
Nov. 11 – Cole Anthony, Fr., G, North Carolina
Nov. 18 – John Mooney, Sr., F, Notre Dame
Nov. 25 – Michael Devoe, So., G, Georgia Tech; Vernon Carey Jr., Fr., C, Duke
Dec. 2 – Olivier Sarr, Jr., C, Wake Forest
Dec. 9 – Jordan Nwora, Jr., F, Louisville; Tre Jones, So., G, Duke
Dec. 16 – Chaundee Brown, Jr., G, Wake Forest
Dec. 23 – Markell Johnson, Sr., G, NC State; Kameron McGusty, Jr., G, Miami
Dec. 30 – Moses Wright, Jr., F, Georgia Tech
Jan. 6 – John Mooney, Sr., F, Notre Dame
Jan. 13 – Tre Jones, So., G, Duke; Aamir Simms, Jr., F, Clemson
Jan. 20 – Buddy Boeheim, So., G, Syracuse; Devin Vassell, So., G, Florida State
Jan. 27 – Jose Alvarado, Jr., G, Georgia Tech

2019-20 ACC Freshman of the Week Honors
Nov. 11 – Cole Anthony, G, North Carolina
Nov. 18 – Landers Nolley II, G/F, Virginia Tech
Nov. 25 – Vernon Carey Jr., C, Duke
Dec. 2 – Landers Nolley II, G/F, Virginia Tech
Dec. 9 – Vernon Carey Jr., C, Duke
Dec. 16 – Landers Nolley II, G/F, Virginia Tech
Dec. 23 – Vernon Carey Jr., C, Duke
Dec. 30 – Landers Nolley II, G/F, Virginia Tech
Jan. 6 – Matthew Hurt, F, Duke
Jan. 13 – Landers Nolley II, G/F, Virginia Tech
Jan. 20 – David Johnson, G, Louisville
Jan. 27 – Justin Champagnie, G/F, Pitt

 

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American Athletic Conference 2019-20 Men’s Basketball Standings

 

SCHOOL CONF OVERALL
Houston Houston 7-1 17-4
Tulsa Tulsa 6-1 14-6
Cincinnati Cincinnati 6-2 13-7
Wichita State Wichita State 5-2 17-3
SMU SMU 5-3 15-5
Memphis Memphis 4-3 15-5
ECU ECU 3-5 9-12
UConn UConn 2-5 11-9
UCF UCF 2-6 11-9
Temple Temple 2-6 10-10
Tulane Tulane 2-6 10-10
USF USF 2-6 9-12

 

STANDINGS COMPILED BY & COURTESY OF AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEDIA RELATIONS

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