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D2 season ends, conference tournaments this week - Mar 3, 2019

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D2 finale
For the seventh time in school history, the Augusta University men's basketball team (23-5, 19-3) claimed the Peach Belt Conference Championship after winning its 10th straight game in an 87-67 road victory at Lander on Saturday afternoon to end the regular-season. Miguel Arnold (180-PG) and Augusta will be the first seed in the conference tournament after Shaquan Jules (201-F) and USC Aiken fell today at Young Harris. Arnold scored 15 on five -of -seven shooting from deep. Augusta hosts the first round of the Peach Belt Conference Tournament on Wednesday, March 6 at 7:00 p.m. in Christenberry Fieldhouse.

Jules and the No. 6 University of South Carolina Aiken men's basketball team lost a 90-87 contest at Young Harris Saturday. The Pacers fall to 24-4 on the year and 18-4 in the PBC. Jules took a pass and knotted the score at 84-84 with 2:21 to play. USC Aiken even took a lead on a three-ball with 72 ticks remaining, but the Mountain Lions scored the final six points. The Pacers also return to action Wednesday when they host a first-round game in the PBC Tournament.

Savvon Delgado (183-G) and Clayton State (10-18, 7-15 PBC) closed out the 2018-19 campaign with a seventh straight victory over rival Columbus State (13-15, 8-14) as they posted an 85-78 decision in an NCAA Division II men's basketball game on Saturday, March 2. Delgado, a freshman guard, had 12 points (5-7, 2-3) in just 13 minutes of action. Clayton State does not qualify for the PBC.
The clubs would be nearly inseparable over the first six minutes as Columbus State managed a narrow 11-8 lead. At that point Clayton State would fire up the offense as they hit three triples as part of an 11-0 run that took them from down three to up 19-11 by the 10:24 mark.
Undaunted, the Cougars came right back with a 13-2 outburst of their own to retake the lead at 24-21 just over five minutes later. That would be short lived, however, as the Lakers answered with an array of offensive moves to power an 18-3 run that spanned the break and put them up 39-27 just 11 seconds into the second half.

Great American Conference
Kwame McBean (203-F) and Arkansas-Monticello (16-12) dealt Southern Nazarene its fourth GAC loss on a banked home the winning field goal with 2.3 seconds left. UAM clinched seventh place in the GAC standings with the win and will face Southeastern Oklahoma (20-6) in the first round of the conference tournament at 4:15 p.m. on March 7 in Bartlesville, Okla.

Queens the top seed
The No. 9/9 Queens University of Charlotte men's basketball team (27-3, 19-1 SAC) started slow, but pulled away from Mars Hill University (9-19, 3-17 SAC), 108-91, on Senior Day on Saturday afternoon at the Levine Center. The win gave the Royals their 27th victory of the year, setting a new program record for regular-season wins. Shaun Willett (193-F) recorded his 24th double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds.
The Royals enter the postseason as the No. 1 seed in the conference tournament, after claiming the South Atlantic Conference Regular Season Championship. Queens will meet eighth-seeded Carson-Newman University on Wednesday night at the Levine Center in the conference quarterfinals. 8pm.

Mekhi Hendricks (185-G) and Millersville (16-12) will now host No. 5 seeded Kutztown Monday, March 4 at 8 p.m., in the opening round of the PSAC Tournament. It is Millersville's first home playoff game since 2015.

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