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Posts Tagged ‘NCAA Division III.’

Jack Taylor sets NCAA scoring record with 138 points in Grinnell’s 179-104 win

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Jack Taylor

Before Tuesday night, November 20, nobody across the United States knew of Grinnell College’s Jack Taylor.

By now everybody knows he scored 138 points against Faith Baptist Bible College in Grinnell, Iowa.

Taylor is a 5’10, 170-pound sophomore from Black River Falls High School in Wisconsin. He was a four-year letter winner in basketball, scoring 1,295 points which is second all-time in school history. He was an All-Conference, All-Academic student-athlete.

Reports out of Iowa said that he was in a shooting slump. He scored 19 points on 5 of 19 shooting against Rockford College and was 6 of 23 from the floor for 28 points against Crown College.

Then last night, he exploded for 138 points on 52 of 108 shooting, in 36 minutes of action. He was 27 of 71 from 3-point land, 7-10 on free throws, grabbed 3 rebounds, with 3 steals and 6 turnovers.

After 3 games and 185 points, he is averaging a whopping 61.7ppg, which leads NCAA Division III and all of college basketball.

Head coach David Arseneault has been at Grinnell 24 years

Hours since the game’s finish, Taylor has been interviewed by media outlets from coast to coast including ESPN and should be for days to come.

Scoring the 138 points was just one national record set by Taylor. He also broke NCAA records for field goals (52), field goals attempted (108), 3-pointers (27) and 3-pointers attempted (71).

Furthermore, Grinnell set a school record for points scored in a game with 179 and turnovers forced with 49.

Jack Taylor driving to basket for two

Taylor finished off his huge night in style by scoring a Division III record 28 consecutive points for the Pioneers, including eight 3-pointers and seven straight without a miss.

Taylor had 58 points at halftime and eventually passed the NCAA Division III record of 89, set last year by teammate Griffin Lentsch, a senior.

After halftime, Taylor chased down what was deemed to be the unbeatable overall mark of 113 points, set by NCAA Division II performer Clarence “Bevo” Francis of Rio Grande in 1954.

The outcome of the game was never in doubt, as Grinnell scored the first 10 points.

The Pioneers continued to cruise and led 85-46 at halftime.

Taylor’s big night is even more of a story considering that he just recently transferred to Grinnell, which is located 50 miles east of Des Moines, Iowa. He played one season at Wisconsin-La Crosse.

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The Pioneers, under head coach David Arseneault, have been known to set scoring records and for their shot selection. They press and shoot 3′s all the time. The team has led the nation in scoring 17 of the past 19 seasons and have been ranked first in 3-point shooting 15 of those 19 seasons.

Grinnell College 2012-13 M BKB team

 

In a surprise move, Loth leaves Otterbein for Western Connecticut State

 

Joe Loth (courtesy of Otterbein athletics)

In a surprise move late last Thursday, May 17, head football coach Joe Loth surprised Columbus area media, the town of Westerville and Otterbein fans when rumors started circulating around town that he was leaving his alma mater, to sign a multi-year contract to rebuild the program at Western Connecticut State.

Loth’s leaving probably even shook the media relations department because until this day, there has not even been an article written declaring his resignation or leaving the university. That is strange in itself.

Western Connecticut State University is a public state university, established in 1903. It has an enrollment of 5,907 and located in Danbury, Connecticut. It is an NCAA Division III school with 14 varsity sports. Their nickname is the Colonials and play in two conferences, the ECAC, Eastern College Athletic Conference and the LEC, Little East Conference.

(courtesy of WCSU via wikipedia commons)

The rebuilding job at Western Connecticut State will take longer than at Otterbein. But Loth will recruit from talent in Connecticut, New York City and Long Island.

The football team plays in the New Jersey Athletic Conference, where it has had a tough time under former coach John Burrell, going 0-10, 0-10, 2-8 and 2-8. Its last winning season was in 2005.

The 45-year-old Loth could not pass up the chance at WCSU where he is very familiar with the town and university. He was the Colonials defensive coordinator from 1993-1997. His wife, Keri graduated from the school as well.

Loth is certainly good at rebuilding. During his tenure at Otterbein, he saw the football program receive a shot in the arm with new facilities for the football program, including a renovated Memorial Stadium and football field. Also, before he was hired by former athletic director Dick Reynolds, the Cardinals had only one winning season in 23 years. In his final seven seasons, the program had four winning years and saw the school’s first berth into the NCAA Division III playoffs in 2008 with a 9-2 record and 8-1 in the OAC, second to Mount Union. Loth was named OAC Coach of the Year and Ohio Coach of the Year that season.

 

Info compiled from Western Connecticut State University, Radio & TV news

 

 

 

Alter grad Pieper leads Springfield College to NCAA III national volleyball tourney

 

Keaton Pieper (courtesy of Springfield College athletics)

Kettering (Ohio) Alter High School graduate Keaton Pieper has had a great freshman season playing on the men’s volleyball team at Springfield College.

The starting setter, has helped lead the Massachusetts school to the program’s best record of all-time at 30-5.

The Pride are the number-1 seed for the inaugural nine-team NCAA Division III national tournament which will be held this coming weekend.

Pieper is 6-feet, 4-inches tall and a Sports Biology major.

 

 

Info compiled from Springfield College athletics & NCAA news

Denison upends NCAC rival Kenyon to win Division III men’s swim title

 

Denison University of Granville, Ohio, has won the NCAA Division III men’s swimming and diving championship title in Indianapolis.

For the second year in a row, the Big Red held of the Kenyon Lords.

The Lords had a 31-year reign on the D-III title until Denison won by one-point in 2011.

This year, the Big Red won by 81 points, 600-519.

 

Info compiled from NCAA & North Coast Athletic Conference news

 

POST-GAME NOTEBOOK: Columbus Crew 2 Montreal Impact 0

 

Columbus Crew Stadium. Columbus, Ohio

65 degrees

cloudy skies

Time of game: 1:58

Goals: Columbus, 30th minute, Milovan Mirosevic and 66th minute, Olman Vargas.

Records: Crew (1-1-0), Impact (0-2-1).

Saves: Andy Gruenebaum 6 (winner), Donovan Ricketts 7 (loser).

MONTREAL IMPACT GAME NOTES:

 

*The Impact are the 19th MLS team.

* They are the third Canadian team along with Toronto & Vancouver.

* One former Columbus Crew on the team in Josh Gardner.

* Jesse Marsch, a former MLS player is the head coach.

* 3 former Akron Zips soccer players are on the team; Sinisa Ubiparipovic, Zarek Valentin and Evan Bush.

* Evan Bush was born in raised in Concord Township in Ohio.

* Director of soccer operations Matt Jordan was an MLS goalkeeper for two seasons in Columbus with the Crew. In the middle of 2004, helping the team win the Eastern Conference championship and the MLS Supporters’ Shield.

Olympic Stadium, former home of the Expos, will be the Impact's home until their stadium is done. (2006 photo by Tolivero via wikipedia commons)

* The Impact will play their home games at Olympic Stadium, which seats 66,308. It is the former home of the 1976 Olympic Games and MLB’s defunct Montreal Expos, who are now the Washington Nationals. For their first home game against the Chicago Fire, the Impact had over 60,000 fans.

* The Impact use a 4-4-2 alignment.

* The team’s only goal in history to date has been off the foot of captain Davy Arnaud, who scored in the 56th minute of its match against Chicago, a 1-1 tie. Arnaud took a Sanna Nyassi cross and knocked it into the upper right corner of the Fire’s net.

COLUMBUS CREW POST-GAME LOCKERROOM INTERVIEW

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COLUMBUS CREW GAME NOTES:

 

 

* The Crew are 6-1-2 vs. Canadian teams overall.

* Crew Stadium will be 13 years old in May 2012.

* Crew captain Chad Marshall made history in the season opener in Colorado. He became the third Columbus Crew player ever to make 200 appearances with the franchise. He joins Jeff Cunningham (203) and Mike Clark (221) who have played more games than any other with the Crew.

The 27-year-old Marshall will have plenty of time to catch those players.

* The Crew honored the NCAA Division III National Champion Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops at halftime of FIRST KICK 2012. OWU WENT 23-2 en route to winning their second men’s soccer title in school history.

Crew Soccer Academy product Travis Wall led the team with 19 goals and 15 assists, including a goal in the 2-1 win over Calvin College on December 5, to win the title.

* The Crew uses a 4-5-1 alignment on the field.

Milovan Mirosevic scored his first goal of season

Olman Vargas scored an insurance goal

Andy Gruenebaum in a rare start shows he's a capable goalkeeper, shutting out Montreal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photos and logos courtesy of Major League Soccer



 

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