December 30, 2013

2013 D3hoops Classic recap

Trevor Hass was the Most Outstanding Player at the 2013 Classic.
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The fourth annual Classic featured a memorable finish between the UW-Stevens Point and Whitman men, two impressive performances by the Carthage women and six games between WIAC and NWC programs.

Men's All-Tournament team selections:

Trevor Hass, UW-Stevens Point (Most Outstanding Player)
Kyle Gibson, Bridgewater State
A.J. Grant, George Fox
Jim Stocki, UW-Platteville
Matt Mounier, Whitman
Colton McCargar, Whitworth

Women's All-Tournament team selections:

Stephanie Kuzmanic, Carthage (Most Outstanding Player)
Sheridan Taylor, Baruch
Emily DeNoyer, Carroll
Michelle Wenzel, Carthage
Jordan Kimes, Ohio Northern
Jordan Owens, Southwestern

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Interviews from the Classic

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2013 D3hoops Classic recap Did you miss anything from the fourth annual Classic? Check out our coverage from Las Vegas, including the All-Tournament team and interviews with coaches and players.

D3hoops Classic: Ohio Northern knocks off UWW The Polar Bears rallied from an eight-point halftime deficit to knock off No. 8 UW-Whitewater, while the Carroll teams earned tournament splits on the Classic's final day.

D3hoops Classic: Reds roll, Pointers perservere Carthage used a series of big runs to defeat UW-Whitewater, and UW-Stevens Point held off Whitman in an overtime classic. Get the recap from Day 3.

D3hoops Classic: Pointers win tough battle Top-ranked UW-Stevens Point got its biggest test of the season and UW-Platteville handed George Fox its first D-III loss in Vegas. Here's the recap from Day 2.

D3hoops Classic: Grin and bear it Day 1 was a good day to be a Bear, Bruin or Bearcat as the Bridgewater State men, George Fox men and the Baruch women opened the Classic with victories.

Hoopsville Classic: Fantastic finish You couldn't ask for a better finish to the Hoopsville Classic. Top 25 teams? A buzzer beater? Bonus basketball? Check, check and check. Also, check out the recap from Day 3.

Hoopsville Classic: It's Miller time for Cavs Jon Miller scored a career high 24 points and Cabrini left Stevenson with its perfect record in tact. Plus find out who made the All-Classic team.

Hoopsville Classic: Splitsville Ohio Wesleyan, Keystone and Birmingham-Southern aren't leaving the Hoopsville Classic empty handed. They bounced back from Friday's losses with wins on Saturday.

Hoopsville Classic: Panthers bounce back After losing a nail biter to Salisbury on Friday, Birmingham-Southern won a see-saw battle with host Stevenson on Saturday night.

Hoopsville Classic: Stevenson makes statement Stevenson knocked off No. 18 Middlebury on a full first day of action at the second annual Hoopsville Classic. Plus Robert Kitzinger led the road warrior Trinity Tigers past Keystone and Salisbury holds off Birmingham-Southern.

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