Men's Basketball Weekly Report - Page 2

Scoring Field Goal PCT. Free Throw PCT. Free Throw PCT. Assists Blocked Shots Blocked Shots Steals Assist/TO Assist/TO Assist/TO Niang 4th In Assists, 6th in Scoring Simon Fraser guard Sango Niang continues to post some impressive numbers and currently ranks sixth in NCAA Division II in scoring (24.6) and fourth in assists (7.3). He has all but wrapped up the GNAC statistical titles in both categories. In two games last week, he scored 71 points, including a near GNAC-record 46 against Central Washington. He also had 11 assists. Sango Niang, SFU Kalidou Diouf, UAA Julian Nichols, WOU Joey Roppo, CWU Sango Niang, SFU Anye Turner, WWU Joseph Stroud, CWU Sango Niang, SFU Sango Niang, SFU Riley Stockton, SPU Julian Nichols, WOU 6th 15th 14th 20th 4th 6th 7th 20th 10th 18th 19th 24.6 64.9 90.9 89.7 7.3 3.25 2.93 2.53 3.21 3.04 3.03 NABC and D2SIDA Nationals Polls His point total is the 10th highest back-to-back total in GNAC history. Niang also ranks 10th in assist/turnover ratio (3.21). NABC Pre-Season Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 30 Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 20 The only other two GNAC players ranked in the Top 10 in a category are Anye Turner of Western Washington (6th, 325) and Joseph Stroud of Central Washington (7th, 2.93) in blocked shots. Stroud had nine in two games last week. Turner, who played in just eight minutes because of a sprained Achilles, had just one. Turner is expected back this week. SPU 22nd NR (49th) NR (40th) --NR (40th) NR (41st) NR (27th) NR (39th) NR (33rd) WWU 11th NR (27th) NR (32nd) ------------- WOU ---- ----NR (43rd) NR (37th) NR (34th) NR (36th) NR (33rd) NR (28th) D2SIDA Regional Polls In team categori es, Simon Fraser continues to rank No. 1 in scoring (116.7), three-pointers (13.9), steals (14.7) and turnover margin (11.0) and second in offensive rebounds (16.5). Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Dec. 1 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 29 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 18 Seattle Pacific ranks second in rebound margin (13.6) and third in field goal percentage (52.4). Western Washington ranks third in blocks (6.4). GNAC in NCAA Top 25 Statistical Rankings Team Scoring Offense Scoring Defense Scoring Margin Field Goal PCT. Three-Pointers Free Throw PCT. Rebound Margin Rebound Margin Assists Assists Assists Assist/TO Ratio Blocked Shots Blocked Shots Steals Turnover Margin Off. Rebounds Off. Rebounds Institution Simon Fraser Seattle Pacific Seattle Pacific Seattle Pacific Simon Fraser Western Oregon Seattle Pacific Western Washington Simon Fraser Alaska Anchorage Central Washington Alaska Anchorage Western Washington Central Washington Simon Fraser Simon Fraser Simon Fraser Western Washington Rank 1st 18th 5th 3rd 1st 11th 2nd 24th 7th 15th 19th 24th 3rd 11th 1st 1st 2nd 11th Avg 116.7 63.1 18.8 52.4 13.9 76.8 13.6 7.1 19.8 17.8 17.1 1.39 6.4 5.2 14.7 11.0 16.5 14.9 Individual Player Rank Avg D2SIDA Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 CWU 8th SPU WOU 6th 6th 9th 8th 9th 5th 6th 6th WWU 12th NR (30th) NR (35th) --- WWU 2nd 5th-T 5th 4th 4th 4th 6th 7th 5th WOU NR (35th) NR – Not rated in Top 25 (number in parenthesis indicates position overall including others receiving vote) 2014-15 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS: Seattle Pacific (Nov. 14-15) – Cory Hutson, SPU; Mitch Penner, SPU; Jordan Russell, CWU; Joseph Stroud, CWU. Dominican (Nov. 1415) – Antoine Hosley, MSUB. Sonoma State (Nov. 14-15) – Brian McGill, UAA. Western Washington (Nov. 14-15) – Jeffrey Parker, WWU (MVP); Anye Turner, WWU; Joey Schreiber, WWU; Erik Kinney, NNU. Alaska (Nov. 20-22) – Ruben Silvas, Alaska. WOU (Nov. 21-22) – Trey Ingram, SMU; Lewis Thomas, WOU. Great Alaska Shootout (Nov. 26-29) – Travis Thompson, UAA*. (*UAA played Shootout 2