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Willett Named to Bevo Francis Award Top 100 Watch List - Jan 16, 2019

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PARKVILLE, Mo. - Queens University of Charlotte senior forward Shaun Willett (193-F) was named to the Bevo Francis Award Top 100 Watch List, Small College Basketball announced on Tuesday. The Clarence "Bevo" Francis Award is presented annually to the player who has had the finest season across NCAA Divisions II and II, NAIA Divisions I and II, USCAA Divisions I and II and NCCAA Divisions I and II.

Through 17 games this year, Willett leads the Royals in scoring and rebounding, averaging 18.8 points (No. 5 SAC) and 12.2 rebounds per game (No. 3 NCAA, No. 1 SAC). The reigning South Atlantic Conference Player of the Week, Willett has scored more than 20 points in each of the last three games, notching a career-high 28 points in a win over Virginia Union University on Jan. 3., and a career-high 19 rebounds at Newberry College on Jan. 9. Willett has recorded 14 double-doubles this season, a mark that leads the NCAA in all divisions.

Willett helped guide Queens (15-2, 7-0 SAC) to 10 consecutive wins, the fourth-longest active winning streak in the country. The Royals currently hold sole possession of first place in the SAC standings, are ranked No. 1 in the Southeast Region by D2SIDA, and No. 10 nationally in the NABC / Division II rankings.

Queens returns to action on Wednesday at Catawba College (13-2, 6-1 SAC) in a matchup of the first and second place teams in the conference standings. Opening tipoff is scheduled for 8 p.m.   

Virgin Islands to compete in U17 - 2 days ago
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St. Thomas Jaguars finished in 15th place - 2 days ago
St. Thomas Jaguars finished in 15th place in the 2019 International Small Fry Tournament. Game 25: St. Thomas 51, Caguas Libac 26 (15th Place) Kareem Pinney led a balanced effort with nine points and Jaden Dowe added eight to lead St. Thomas to 15th place. Caguas, which never recovered after being outscored, 14-2, in the second period, got 11 points from Bryan Rivera. Game 19: Highwood 34, St. Thomas, VI 22 Zach Friedman tallied 13 points to pace the Heat in a defensive struggle. For th...   [read more]
St. Thomas Jaguars are off to a rocky start - 3 days ago
Tuesday'sSmall Fry Results Game 8: Chicago Heights 48, St. Thomas, VI 21 Jamison Coulter clicked for 12 points and Aaron Harvey added 10 markers to spark the Green Streaks, who jumped to a 27-8 advantage by the intermission. The Jaguars were led by Nitsuh Williams with nine points. Game 15: Naranjito 52, St. Thomas, VI 35 Behind 11 points from Ecrezer Gonzalez, Naranjito prevailed by using a 20-5 differential in the second quarter. St. Thomas was sparked by Nitshu Williams with eight poi...   [read more]

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