NCAA M Basketball

Games on Saturday, March 23, 2019
Top Performances
1Brandon Clarke (GONZ vs. BAY) 36 pts (15/18 fg), 8 reb, 2 stl, 5 blk
2Carsen Edwards (PUR vs. NOVA) 42 pts (12/21 fg), 9/16 3fg, 6 reb
3Devonte Green (IND vs. ARK) 18 pts (6/12 fg), 4/9 3fg, 11 reb, 3 stl
4Garrison Mathews (LIP vs. UNCG) 23 pts (6/17 fg), 3/11 3fg, 11 reb, 4 ast
5Brian Beard (FIU vs. TXST) 29 pts (9/15 fg), 1/4 3fg, 1 reb, 5 stl
Player Leaderboard
Points/Game29.8Chris Clemons, Campbell
Rebounds/Game12.9Nico Carvacho, Colorado State
Assists/Game9.9Temetrius Morant, Murray State
Steals/Game3.5Matisse Thybulle, Washington
Efficiency21.8Zion Williamson, Duke
Minutes/Game39.3Ky Bowman, Boston College
Field Goal Percentage82.2Kris Bankston, Arkansas-Little Rock
3-Point Percentage100.059 tied
Free Throw Percentage100.0169 tied
Points/40 Min33.1Chris Clemons, Campbell
Rebounds/40 Min17.0Devontae Cacok, UNC Wilmington
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ELO Ratings
1. Virginia 2066   2. Duke 2032   3. North Carolina 2020   4. Michigan State 2013   5. Gonzaga 1981   ...   Full Chart
Team Context Ratings
1. Virginia 680.10   2. Gonzaga 664.30   3. Wofford 652.60   4. North Carolina 650.90   5. Duke 649.70   ...   Full Chart
Oakland is ranked second in the Horizon in free throw percentage with 74.2
Jakeenan Gant (ULL) ranks first in the Sun Belt in points per 40 minutes (25.7)
Georgetown is averaging 1.007 points per possession in its last ten games, worse than 1.045 season average
Virginia ranks second in the ACC in points allowed per defensive possession (0.900)
Citadel ranks first in the SoCon in conference losses (15)
George Washington is averaging 1.087 points per defensive possession over the last ten games (2018-19 total: 1.036)
Harvard is ranked No. 1 in the Ivy League in offensive rebound percentage (27.6)
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