Austin Hatch to transition into basketball student assistant role

April 27th, 2015 by Derick Hutchinson


Hatch(Melanie Maxwell, The Ann Arbor News)

Michigan basketball coach John Beilein and guard Austin Hatch announced Monday that Hatch will end his college playing career and transition into an undergraduate student assistant for the team.

Hatch, who survived two plane crashes before enrolling at Michigan, will still be on scholarship at the school, but no longer counts against the team’s limit, pending NCAA approval.

“This is, and has been, a very difficult decision; one that we have been discussing with Austin over the last few months,” Beilein said in a release issued by the program. “Together, we made this decision at the end of the season and have been waiting for approval from the Big Ten for his status change. With the request for a medical exemption waiver approved, we are ready to move forward with the next steps in Austin’s career.”

Hatch committed to Beilein in 2011 before the first plane crash. Once a three-star recruit, Hatch had to complete extensive therapy to return to the basketball court after the second crash.

“Over the past year, we closely observed Austin’s academic and athletic progress,” Beilein said. “In the end, Austin and our staff agree that the waiver is the proper next step. This change allows Austin to devote the necessary time he needs to be successful in his studies and obtain a Michigan degree. We also wanted to be sure we continued our commitment to Austin keeping his full scholarship in place for the next three years. This waiver allows for both.”

Hatch will stay with the team as an assistant, similar to the role former center Ben Cronin played after injuring his knees.

“What makes this move equally important is, with NCAA rules, it allows Austin to continue to be a valuable asset to our team as a leader, mentor and assistant,” Beilein said. “As a student assistant coach, Austin will be allowed to continue to be engaged in our practice and training and to travel with us when it can fit into his academic schedule. The only real change will be that he will no longer be on our active roster or allowed to play in games. Austin remains an important part of our program and culture, even if we do not have that chance to see him compete again.”

Hatch scored one point in five minutes of playing time as a freshman last season, missing two three-point field goals but making one of three free throws.

“Basketball has always been a huge part of my life; however, it is what I play, not who I am,” Hatch said. “It was a goal of mine to return to the game that I love so much and I feel very blessed to have the opportunity to play for Michigan. After all that I have been through, it was a dream come true for me to put on a Michigan jersey and get into a game at Crisler Center.”

His point scored came in Michigan’s 72-56 win over Coppin State on Dec. 22. Hatch made the middle of three free throws after being fouled by Sterling Smith with 1:03 left.

“As I have progressed through this first season, I know that I am not where I want to be, both academically and athletically,” Hatch said. “My priority is academics and I feel that it is in my best interest to devote more time to my studies. This decision honors my father, and it is something that I know he would agree with and be proud of me for making. Coach Beilein, the staff and my teammates have been so understanding of my situation. They have supported me through everything I have been through and I now view them as part of my extended family. My words cannot, and would not, adequately express my gratitude for all they have done and continue to do for me.”

Hatch officially enrolled at Michigan in the fall of 2014 and joined Beilein’s roster as a backup guard. His career ends after the team finished 16-16 and missed the postseason.

“I am honored to be, and will be, a part of the Michigan Basketball program going forward in whatever capacity my studies allow me to be. I am a Michigan Wolverine for life.”

Michigan now has one open scholarship for the 2015-16 season, as German forward Moritz Wagner committed earlier in the spring. Five-star wing Jaylen Brown, the No. 2 overall recruit, is considering Michigan among his final seven schools. Kenny Williams, a four-star guard and lockdown three-point shooter, is also a Beilein target.

Caris LeVert to return for senior season

April 21st, 2015 by Derick Hutchinson


LeVert

Michigan guard Caris LeVert announced Tuesday that he will forego the NBA Draft and return for his senior season at Michigan. The announcement is a major win for coach John Beilein, who will now retain every major contributor from last season’s team, with a decision on potential fifth-year senior Max Bielfeldt pending.

LeVert missed the final 14 games of the season after injuring his foot in a last-second win against Northwestern on Jan. 17. LeVert was averaging 14.9 points, 4.9 rebounds and 3.7 assists before he went down.

“Over the past few months, I have spent a lot of time thinking about my future,” LeVert said in a release issued by the school. “My family and I, along with the coaching staff gathered as much information as possible. After considering my options, I am excited to announce I will return for my senior year. Coming back allows me to keep working towards my Michigan degree and take the next steps in my development as a player, teammate and a leader of our program. Michigan is a very special place and the college experience only comes once. The future is bright and I am blessed to be part of it.”

LeVert joins point guard Spike Albrecht in the senior class of 2016.

“We love coaching Caris and are excited he has decided to come back for his final season,” said U-M Head Coach John Beilein. “His injury last season was unfortunate, but he never wavered in his commitment as a leader, a student or with his rehabilitation. Caris is a special person both on and off the court and we are proud of what he has accomplished. The best is yet to come for a young man like Caris LeVert.”

A Preseason All-Big Ten candidate, LeVert was one of just six players nationally to lead his team in all five categories this season and the only one from a Power 5 conference. Prior to the injury, LeVert was considered an early- to mid- first round pick in this summer’s NBA Draft, but the injury, coupled with other underclassmen entering the draft, caused him to slip to late first round or early second round in most projections.

LeVert’s return next season solidifies a lineup that should be one of the best in the Big Ten. LeVert has started 56 of 88 games in his career and is just 177 points shy of becoming the 49th player in program history to score 1,000 career points.

New in Blue: 2016 RB Matt Falcon

April 8th, 2015 by Justin Potts


Matt Falcon(Scout.com)

Matt Falcon – RB | 6-1, 215 | Southfield, Mich. – Southfield
ESPN: 3-star, NR Rivals: 4-star, #13 RB 247: 4-star, #13 RB Scout: 4-star, #8 RB
Other top offers: Ohio State, Oregon, UCLA, Nebraska, Tennessee, Arizona State, Arkansas, West Virginia

Just two days after landing a commitment from running back Kingston Davis, Jim Harbaugh picked up a more highly-rated running back in the form of Southfield, Mich. rising senior Matt Falcon. The 6’1″, 215-pound back teased fans throughout the day with tweets foreshadowing some big news and finally dropped it shortly after 7 p.m. Eastern time.

Falcon is a four-star recruit according to Rivals, 247, and Scout, and a three-star per ESPN. However, the latter hasn’t updated its rankings since last summer, and he’s surely to rise once the rankings are updated. In fact, recruiting analyst Tom Lemming tweeted as much just after Falcon announced his commitment.

 

Currently, Scout has Falcon rated the highest as the eighth-best running back in the 2016 class, while Rivals and 247 each list him 13th. Scout also has him 149th nationally, while 247 has him 263rd. They all have him either 6’0″ or 6’1″ and between 200 and 215 pounds.

The offers have been coming in in droves the past few months as Nebraska, North Carolina, Arizona State, Arkansas, and Oregon have all offered since late February. Falcon, who lives and plays in the Detroit suburb of Southfield — just 40 minutes northeast of Ann Arbor — received the coveted Michigan offer on Feb. 17. He unofficially visited Michigan just 10 days later, and again in March, before visiting again for the spring game last weekend. He had also visited Ohio State last November for the Michigan game.

Falcon joins Davis, fullback David Reese, quarterback Brandon Peters, offensive lineman Erik Swenson, and linebacker Dele’ Harding in the 2016 class and almost certainly fills out the backfield recruiting for the cycle.

New in Blue: 2016 RB Kingston Davis

April 7th, 2015 by Justin Potts


Kingston Davis(Kenny Moss, Opelika-Auburn News)

Kingston Davis – RB | 6-1, 225 | Prattville, Ala. – Prattville
ESPN: NR Rivals: 3-star, NR 247: 3-star, #3 FB Scout: 3-star, #100 RB
Other top offers: Louisville, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Indiana, Bowling Green, Ohio, Toledo

Jim Harbaugh continued his hot recruiting streak on Monday with a commitment from class of 2016 running back Kingston Davis. The 6’1″, 225-pound Prattville, Ala. native tweeted his commitment first thing in the morning.

Davis is a three-star recruit according to the four major recruiting services. ESPN and Rivals don’t have him ranked at his position, while 247 lists him as the third-best fullback and Scout ranks him as the 100th-best running back. They’re all pretty much in agreement about his size as ESPN has him 6’0″ but the other three 6’1″ and all have him between 225 and 230. That puts him an inch or two taller than Derrick Green and De’Veon Smith and roughly in the same neighborhood of weight.

Davis comes from Prattville, Ala. where Harbaugh secured a commitment from his teammate Keith Washington on National Signing Day. Harbaugh is also hosting a satellite camp in Prattville this summer, to the ire of Auburn’s Gus Malzahn. In addition to Michigan, Davis held offers from Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Louisville, Southern Miss, and some smaller FBS schools. He was offered back in January and visited for the spring game over the weekend and it was enough to convince him to pledge to the Wolverines.

As a junior last season for the Lions, Davis rushed for 1,432 yards and 14 touchdowns, averaging 7.5 yards per carry, as they reached the state championship game in Class 7A.

In the span of three days, Harbaugh has rounded out an entire backfield for the 2016 class with quarterback Brandon Peters, fullback David Reese, and now Davis. They join offensive lineman Erik Swenson and linebacker Dele’ Harding in the class.

New in Blue: 2015 forward Moritz Wagner

April 5th, 2015 by Justin Potts



Moritz Wagner

Moritz Wagner – F | 6’9″, 210 | Berlin, Germany – Alba Berlin
ESPN: N/A Rivals: 4-star 247: N/A Scout: N/A
Other top offers: N/A

On a weekend that Michigan football took center stage with Jim Harbaugh’s return to the Big House, John Beilein didn’t go quietly, securing a big-time commitment of his own. German forward Moritz Wagner announced on Sunday afternoon that he would attend Michigan rather than pursue a professional career in his home country.

Wagner is somewhat of an unknown since he’s from Germany and none of the recruiting services rank foreign players. The 6’9″, 210-pound forward played for Alba Berlin in the Euroleague and also played for Germany’s B team in the U18 European Championships last summer.

Beilein went to Germany to watch Wagner play and made a good enough impression to convince Wagner to move to the States to continue his basketball career. He had interest from a number of other schools, but Beilein’s track record of player development surely weighed in Michigan’s favor. Wagner appears to be just the type of player that fits Beilein’s system — a skills big man that can step outside and shoot.

As the only current member of Michigan’s 2015 class (as of now), Wagner will replace Max Bielfeldt, who is the only current player that won’t return next season. Beilein awaits Caris LeVert’s NBA Draft decision, which could free up another scholarship if LeVert decides to forego his senior season.

New in Blue: 2016 LB/FB David Reese

April 5th, 2015 by Justin Potts


David Reese(247)

David Reese – LB/FB | 6-1, 235 | Farmington, Mich. – Farmington
ESPN: 3-star, NR Rivals: 3-star, #17 ILB 247: 3-star, #14 ILB Scout: 3-star, #9 MLB
Other top offers: Louisville, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Indiana, Bowling Green, Ohio, Toledo

A day after receiving a commitment from 2016 quarterback Brandon Peters, Jim Harbaugh secured a second commitment in the form of linebacker David Reese. Shortly before the spring game, the Farmington, Mich. native flipped his commitment to the Wolverines from Louisville.

Reese is rated a three-star according to each of the four major recruiting sites. Scout ranks him the highest as the ninth-best middle linebacker, while 247 lists him 14th, Rivals 17th, and ESPN has him unranked. However, Harbaugh recruited Reese as a fullback rather than a linebacker.

Reese originally committed to Louisville on March 7 during an unofficial visit, but when his home-state Wolverines offered three weeks later it was only a matter of time before he flipped. Reese also holds offers from Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Indiana, and a host of MAC schools. He joins Peters, offensive lineman Erik Swenson, and linebacker Dele’ Harding in the class and will work on convincing his teammate, three-star receiver Desmond Fitzpatrick to follow his lead in flipping from Louisville to Michigan.

New in Blue: 2016 QB Brandon Peters

April 5th, 2015 by Justin Potts


Brandon Peters(D. Kevin Elliott, Indy Star)

Brandon Peters – QB | 6-5, 205 | Avon, Ind. – Avon
ESPN: 4-star, #12 QB, 81 grade Rivals: 4-star, #5 ProQB 247: 4-star, #7 ProQB Scout: 4-star, #20 QB
Other top offers: Wisconsin, LSU, Nebraska, Arkansas, Virginia Tech, Iowa, Indiana, Boston College

On the eve of the first spring game of Jim Harbaugh’s tenure, the legendary Michigan quarterback received his first commitment for the class of 2016 in the form of Avon, Ind. signal-caller Brandon Peters. The 6’5″, 205-pound quarterback tweeted out the news late Friday night.

Peters is a consensus four-star recruit according to the four major recruiting services. Rivals ranks him the highest as their fifth-best pro-style quarterback in the 2016 class, while 247 ranks him seventh, ESPN 12th, and Scout 20th. In terms of national rankings, 247 has him the highest as the 157th-best overall recruit. ESPN ranks him 181st with an 81 grade and Rivals has him 211th.

Scout likes Peters’ intelligence, pocket awareness, and running ability/mobility, while listing his area of improvement as field vision. Allen Trieu expands on that by saying, “Good height and is continuing to fill his frame in. Is a good athlete who can run and escape pressure, but he also shows good awareness and feel in the pocket. Gets rid of the ball quickly and has the arm to make throws to the sideline and drive the ball downfield. As he gets bigger and stronger, that should only increase. Smart kid, tough, calm under pressure. Must continue to work on reading defenses and going through his progressions.”

As a junior at Avon High School in Indiana last season, Peters passed for 1,876 yards and 21 touchdowns with just six interceptions. He also rushed for 244 yards and five scores.

Peters held offers from LSU, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Arkansas, Virginia Tech, Iowa among others. He joins offensive lineman Erik Swenson and linebacker Dele’ Harding in the young class. By the time he gets to campus he will join a crowded quarterback group that includes Shane Morris, Wilton Speight, John O’Korn, Alex Malzone, and Zach Gentry.

Michigan releases Spring Game rosters

April 1st, 2015 by Justin Potts


Michigan spring practice(Melanie Maxwell, MLive)

With the 2015 Spring Game just three days away, Michigan announced the rosters for the two teams on Wednesday afternoon. Defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin will coach the Maize team, while offensive coordinator Tim Drevno will head the Blue team.

Instead of a simple practice format that Brady Hoke, Rich Rodriguez, and late-era Lloyd Carr preferred, Jim Harbaugh is bringing a jolt of life to the event with a full game consisting of four 10-minute quarters. The team hosted a draft last Saturday to determine the two squads that will face off this Saturday.

Gates open at 10 a.m. with kickoff scheduled for noon. The game will be televised on Big Ten Network and Jim Brandstatter, Dan Dierdorf, and Doug Karsch will have the call on the Michigan/IMG Sports Network.

Maize team Blue team
No. Name Pos. No. Name Pos.
4 DeVeon Smith RB 2 Blake Countess DB
5 Jabrill Peppers DB 3 Bo Dever WR
6 Brian Cleary QB 5 Kenneth Sloss WR
7 Henry Poggi DE 7 Shane Morris QB
8 Channing Stribling DB 12 Allen Gant LB
9 Ramsey Romano QB 13 Terry Richardson DB
10 Da’Mario Jones WR 13 Matt Thompson QB
12 Alex Malzone QB 14 Drake Harris WR
15 Garrett Moores QB 16 Jack Wangler WR
17 Freddy Canteen WR 18 Antonio Whitfield RB
18 A.J. Pearson DB 19 Wilton Speight QB
19 Jared Wangler LB 20 Matt Mitchell DB
23 Dennis Norfleet WR 22 Jarrod Wilson S
27 Derrick Green RB 23 Jeffrey Houston DB
27 Travis Wooley DB 25 Dymonte Thomas DB
30 Reon Dawson CB 26 Jourdan Lewis DB
31 Nick Benda LB 28 Brandon Watson DB
34 Jeremy Clark S 29 Ross Taylor-Douglas CB
35 Joe Bolden LB 31 Kyle Seychel K/P
37 Bobby Henderson FB 32 Ty Isaac RB
40 Joe Beneducci FB 32 Shaun Austin DB
41 Ryan Tice K/P 33 Wyatt Shallman RB
42 Ben Gedeon LB 36 Joe Kerridge FB
44 Delano Hill DB 38 Francois Montbrun DB
44 Chase Winovich TE 38 Nick Volk FB
45 Brady Pallante FB 43 Chris Wormley DE
46 Deyanco Hardwick LB 43 Scott Sypniewski LS
49 Anthony Dalimonte DB 48 Desmond Morgan LB
49 Andrew Robinson LS 52 Royce Jenkins-Stone LB
50 Tom Strobel DE 55 David Dawson OL
51 Greg Froelich OL 55 Garrett Miller DL
52 Mason Cole OT 61 Graham Glasgow OL
57 Patrick Kugler OL 62 Alex Kaminski LB
62 Blake Bars OL 63 Ben Pliska OL
67 Kyle Kalis OL 66 Dan Liesman LB
73 Maurice Hurst Jr. DT 69 Willie Henry DT
75 Nikhil Brueggeman OL 71 Ben Braden OL
78 Erik Magnuson OL 72 Logan Tuley-Tillman OL
81 Brian Cole WR 74 Dan Samuelson OL
84 A.J. Williams TE 76 Juwan Bushell-Beatty OT
85 Maurice Ways WR 82 Amara Darboh WR
86 Jehu Chesson WR 83 Jaron Dukes WR
89 Brad Anlauf WR 88 Jake Butt TE
90 Bryan Mone DT 94 Ian Bunting TE
91 Kenny Allen K/P 95 Michael Jocz TE
93 Lawrence Marshall DE 96 Ryan Glasgow DL
97 Cody Zeisler DE

Michigan hoops preview: Big Ten Tournament vs #6 (1) Wisconsin

March 13th, 2015 by Justin Potts


UM-Wisconsin
Michigan (16-15, 8-10) vs #6 Wisconsin (28-3, 16-2)
Friday, Mar. 13 | Chicago, Ill. | 12:00 p.m. EST | ESPN
Offense
64.9 Points/gm 71.7
(707-1,672) 42.3 Field Goal % 48.0 (784-1,635)
(244-681) 35.8 3-pt FG % 35.1 (209-596)
(353-466) 75.8 Free Throw % 75.4 (445-590)
11.4 FT Made/gm 14.4
30.5 Reb/gm 34.0
11.9 Assists/gm 12.4
9.7 Turnovers/gm 7.6
Defense
63.7 Points/gm 55.7
(739-1,651) 44.8 Field Goal % 41.4 (669-1,615)
(201-587) 34.2 3-pt FG % 35.2 (151-429)
34.1 Opp. Reb/gm 27.9
5.5 Steals/gm 4.5
1.7 Blocks/gm 3.6
Individual Leaders
Caris LeVert (14.9)*, Zak Irvin (14.0) Points/gm Frank Kaminsky (18.4), Sam Dekker (13.1)
Caris LeVert (4.9)*, Derrick Walton Jr (4.7)^ Reb/gm Frank Kaminsky (8.1), Nigel Hayes (6.9)
*Out for season, ^Injured

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Michigan dominated Illinois on Thursday to avoid a losing season and keep its postseason hopes alive. The Wolverines are still in play for an NIT bid, although it’s far from certain unless the Wolverines beat Wisconsin on Friday. Wisconsin, meanwhile, is in the position Michigan was in a year ago, playing for a 1-seed in the NCAA Tournament.

The Starters
Minutes Points FG% 3FG% FT% Reb Ast TO Blk Stl
Frank Kaminsky (F) 32.6 18.4 55.9 41.0 75.2 8.1 2.6 1.6 1.6 0.7
Sam Dekker (F) 29.8 13.1 51.5 32.1 69.3 5.5 1.1 1.0 0.5 0.5
Nigel Hayes (F) 32.5 12.0 52.0 37.5 71.9 6.9 2.0 1.3 0.5 0.8
Bronson Koenig (G) 27.6 7.8 41.4 39.8 85.3 1.7 2.2 0.8 0.3 0.3
Josh Gasser (G) 32.1 7.0 42.8 37.7 85.7 3.5 1.6 0.5 0.2 0.7
The Others
Minutes Points FG% 3FG% FT% Reb Ast TO Blk Stl
Traevon Jackson (G)* 27.4 9.4 45.6 28.6 85.4 1.7 2.9 1.6 0.2 1.1
Duje Dukan (F) 16.6 4.7 37.2 29.4 71.1 2.8 0.7 0.8 0.1 0.2
Vitto Brown (F) 6.8 2.1 45.6 00.0 58.8 1.4 0.2 0.4 0.2 0.2
Zak Showalter (G) 7.7 2.1 37.8 08.3 88.0 1.3 0.4 0.1 0.1 0.3
Riley Dearring (G)* 2.8 0.8 40.0 42.9 00.0 0.2 0.1 0.4 0.0 0.1
*Injured
The Schedule
Date Opponent Score
Nov. 14 Northern Kentucky W 62-31
Nov. 16 Chattanooga W 89-45
Nov. 19 Green Bay W 84-60
Nov. 22 Boise State W 78-54
Nov. 26 UAB* W 72-43
Nov. 27 Georgetown* W 68-65
Nov. 28 Oklahoma* W 69-56
Dec. 3 #4 Duke^ L 70-80
Dec. 6 at Marquette W 49-38
Dec. 10 at Milwaukee W 93-54
Dec. 13 Nicholls State W 83-43
Dec. 22 at California W 68-56
Dec. 28 Buffalo W 68-56
Dec. 31 Penn State W 89-72
Jan. 4 at Northwestern W 81-58
Jan. 7 Purdue W 62-55
Jan. 11 at Rutgers L 62-67
Jan. 15 Nebraska W 70-55
Jan. 20 #25 Iowa W 82-50
Jan. 24 at Michigan W 69-64 OT
Jan. 31 at #25 Iowa W 74-63
Feb. 3 #23 Indiana W 92-78
Feb. 7 Northwestern W 65-50
Feb. 10 at Nebraska W 65-55
Feb. 15 Illinois W 68-49
Feb. 18 at Penn State W 55-47
Feb. 21 Minnesota W 63-43
Feb. 24 at #13 Maryland L 53-59
Mar. 1 Michigan State W 68-61
Mar. 5 at Minnesota W 76-63
Mar. 8 at Ohio State W 72-48
Mar. 13 (9) Michigan#
*Battle 4 Atlantis, ^ACC/Big Ten Challenge, #Big Ten Tournament

 

The Series

Michigan leads the all-time series 91-68. In this season’s only meeting between the two, Michigan took the Badgers to overtime in Ann Arbor but fell short, 69-64. Michigan was without Caris LeVert at that point, but did still have Derrick Walton, who led the team with 17 points. Michigan had no answer for Frank Kaminsky, who finished with 22 points and nine rebounds.

Moving on: Michigan 73 – Illinois 55

March 12th, 2015 by Justin Potts


Spike-Zak vs Illinois(Dustin Johnson, UMHoops)

After playing a thriller in last year’s Big Ten Tournament and splitting this season’s first two meetings in overtime it seemed natural to expect a closely contested battle when Michigan and Illinois met in the United Center on Thursday afternoon. Instead, Michigan kept its slim postseason hopes alive with a comfortable 73-55 win.

Four Factors
Michigan Illinois
55.1 eFG% 38.1
23.3 OReb% 32.4
14.1 TO% 15.6
13.6 FTR 22.0

Playing with nothing to lose, it didn’t take long for the Wolverines to get going, jumping out to a 14-2 lead through the first six minutes of the game. But a nearly six-minute scoring drought — something Michigan has become accustom to this season — allowed Illinois to come right back and take a 15-14 lead.

Michigan then went on a 15-4 run over the next five minutes to grab a 29-19 lead and cruised into halftime with a 40-23 lead. After the 15-14 Illinois lead, Michigan outscored the Illini 26-8 the remainder of the half.

While this season’s first two meetings featured comeback wins, Michigan wasn’t about to let that happen again. The lead widened to as many as 24 points and the Wolverines finished with an 18-point win.

Michigan shot 49.2 percent from the field and 46.7 percent (7-of-15) from three-point range for the game, while holding Illinois to 37.3 percent and 7.7 percent (1-of-13), respectively. Michigan had four starters in double figures, led by Aubrey Dawkins’ 18 points on 8-of-12 shooting. Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman added 15, Zak Irvin 14, and Max Bielfeldt 10. Abdur-Rahkman led the team with eight rebounds, while Irvin added six and six assists. Spike Albrecht contributed eight points and five assists.

Michigan faces top-seeded Wisconsin at 12pm EST on Friday with a trip to the Big Ten Tournament semifinal on the line.

Final Game Stats
# Name FG-FGA 3FG-3FGA FT-FTA OR DR TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN
44 Max Bielfeldt* 4-7 0-0 2-2 2 2 4 1 10 1 0 1 0 31
02 Spike Albrecht* 2-6 2-3 2-2 1 0 1 0 8 5 2 0 0 39
12 M-A. Abdur-Rahkman* 6-12 1-1 2-2 2 6 8 3 15 2 2 0 2 38
21 Zak Irvin* 6-15 2-5 0-0 0 6 6 0 14 6 1 0 1 38
24 Aubrey Dawkins* 8-12 2-5 0-0 0 3 3 3 18 0 0 1 2 34
03 Kameron Chatman 0-4 0-1 0-0 0 4 4 3 0 1 1 1 0 19
04 Andrew Dakich 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1
20 Sean Lonergan 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
34 Mark Donnal 1-1 0-0 2-2 1 1 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 4
32 Ricky Doyle 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 5
Totals 29-59 7-15 8-8 7 25 32 13 73 15 9 3 5 200
Illinois 22-59 1-13 10-13 13 23 36 14 55 5 10 5 4 200
Full Stats