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    Default Midwest stats 2016-17

    Stats include games thru 12/4

    Scoring Offense
    #7 Lake Superior St 94.4
    #12 Missouri S&T 92.1
    #13 Walsh 91.7
    #17 Southern Indiana 91.2
    #19 St Joseph's 90.6
    #39 Kentucky Wesleyan 86.9
    #47 Saginaw Valley 86.3

    Scoring Defense
    #3 Grand Valley St 59.8
    #10 Bellarmine 63.0
    #13 Wayne State 63.7
    #42 Ashland 67.1
    #50 Hillsdale 68.1

    Scoring Margin
    #9 Saginaw Valley 18.0
    #10 Bellarmine 17.9
    #11 Walsh 17.7
    #17 Southern Indiana 16.7
    #25 Missouri S&T 14.9
    #26 Grand Valley 14.7
    #31 Drury 13.8
    #33 Truman St 13.8
    #36 Quincy 13.6
    #47 Kentucky Wesleyan 12.4

    Field Goal Percentage
    #1 Walsh 54.2%
    #4 Quincy 53.4%
    #8 Drury 52.3%
    #9 Bellarmine 52.3%
    #19 Kentucky Wesleyan 51.1%
    #24 Ashland 50.5%
    #27 Wis-Parkside 50.4%
    #29 Lake Superior 50.3%
    #31 Truman St 50.2%
    #40 William Jewell 49.6%
    #42 Missouri S&T 49.4%
    #44 Wayne State 49.3%
    #49 Ohio Dominican 49.1%
    #50 Southern Indiana 49.0%

    Field Goal Percentage Defense
    #4 Grand Valley St 36.1%
    #8 Bellarmine 38.0%
    #32 Wayne State 39.9%

    3-Point Field Goal Defense
    #10 Ohio Dominican 27.3%
    #15 Quincy 28.2%
    #26 Ashland 28.6%
    #32 Saginaw Valley 29.0%
    #36 Missouri S&T 29.4%

    3-Point Field Goals per game
    #15 Truman St 10.9
    #17 Michigan Tech 10.9
    #21 Missouri S&T 10.7
    #25 Northern Michigan 10.5
    #27 Drury 10.3
    #33 Walsh 10.0
    #43 Ohio Dominican 9.7
    #48 St Joseph's 9.6

    3-Point Field Goal Percentage
    #3 Drury 48.1%
    #4 Truman State 46.5%
    #5 Kentucky Wesleyan 46.4%
    #10 Southern Indiana 45.0%
    #19 Missouri S&T 42.9%
    #25 Wis-Parkside 42.1
    #28 Lake Superior 41.8%
    #30 Ohio Dominican 41.2%
    #35 IL-Springfield 40.7%
    #39 Walsh 40.5%
    #40 Findlay 40.3%
    #43 William Jewell 40.1%

    Free Throw Percentage
    #2 Southern Indiana 82.5%
    #4 Bellarmine 80.8%
    #10 Kentucky Wesleyan 79.3%
    #12 Walsh 79.0%
    #28 UIndy 77.0%
    #36 Hillsdale 76.1%
    #37 McKendree 76.0%
    #38 Ferris State 75.9%
    #41 Tiffin 75.8%

    Assist-Turnover Ratio
    #6 Lake Superior 1.62
    #13 Walsh 1.51
    #14 Saginaw Valley 1.51
    #21 Michigan Tech 1.42
    #24 Bellarmine 1.39
    #46 Findlay 1.28

    Assists per game
    #10 Lake Superior St 19.4
    #21 Bellarmine 18.3
    #26 Ohio Dominican 18.0
    #30 Quincy 17.7
    #31 Findlay 17.5
    #38 Grand Valley St 17.1
    #39 Wis-Parkside 17.0
    #39 Saginaw Valley 17.0

    Turnover Margin
    #27 Lake Superior 4.4
    #29 St Joseph's 4.3
    #33 Saginaw Valley 3.9
    #37 Bellarmine 3.7
    #46 Tiffin 3.4
    #49 Oakland City 3.2

    Turnovers per game
    #4 Michigan Tech 8.9
    #11 Northern Michigan 10.2
    #14 Malone 10.6
    #21 Walsh 11.1
    #24 Saginaw Valley 11.3
    #39 Lake Superior 12.0
    #50 Hillsdale 12.1

    Blocked Shots per game
    #28 Ferris State 4.6
    #37 Grand Valley 4.3
    #41 Northern Michigan 4.2

    Steals per game
    #29 St Josephs 9.3
    #42 Grand Valley 8.8

    Offensive Rebounds per game
    #37 Davis & Elkins 13.75

    Defensive Rebounds per game
    #12 Quincy 30.89
    #27 McKendree 29.83
    #37 Grand Valley 29.00
    #43 Davis and Elkins 28.63
    #44 William Jewell 28.57

    Rebound Margin
    #11 Walsh 9.1
    #12 Grand Valley 9.0
    #18 Missouri S&T 8.7
    #20 Southern Indiana 8.2
    #34 William Jewell 7.0
    #44 Quincy 6.2
    #49 Alderson Broaddus 6.0
    Last edited by schnautza; 12-06-2016 at 10:09 AM. Reason: updated thru 12/4

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    Individual stats thru 12/4
    Note: some stat categories (percentages) require minimum number of occurrences to be ranked.

    Points per game
    #9 Akaemji Williams (Lake Superior) 24.4
    #16 Kevin Bracy-Davis (Davis & Elkins) 23.0
    #24 Zac Carter (Walsh) 22.73
    #27 Alex Stein (Southern Indiana) 22.2

    Field Goal Percentage
    #3 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 75.0%
    #4 Michael Nicholson (Lake Superior) 73.5%
    #5 Steven Carpenter (Walsh) 72.5%
    #7 Julius Rajala (Southern Indiana) 71.4%
    #18 Hasan Varence (Ohio Dominican) 64.8%
    #21 CJ Turnage (Saginaw Valley) 64.4%
    #24 Alexander Brown (Wis-Parkside) 64.1%
    #36 Rokas Paulauskas (Missouri S&T) 61.9%
    #46 Nolan Gerling (McKendree) 61.0%
    #47 Adam Eberhard (Bellarmine) 60.9%

    Free Throw Percentage
    #2 Tevin Foster (Drury) 96.9%
    #4 Justin Blanks (McKendree) 96.2%
    #14 Martyce Kimbrough (Findlay) 93.8%
    #26 Jake Velky (Truman St) 92.0%
    #26 Naba Echols (Northern Michigan) 92.0%
    #31 Eric Davidson (UIndy) 91.7%
    #31 Julius Rajala (Southern Indiana) 91.7%
    #35 Jeril Taylor (Southern Indiana) 91.4%
    #39 Alex Stein (Southern Indiana) 91.2%
    #46 Ken-Jah Bosley (Kentucky Welseyan) 90.5%
    #47 JC Faubion (Cedarville) 90.3%

    3-Point Field Goals per game
    #18 Stedman Lowry (Hillsdale) 3.63
    #21 Carson Manger (Lake Superior) 3.60
    #23 Jake Velky (Truman St) 3.57
    #26 Nathan Messer (Truman St) 3.50
    #26 Isaac Johnson (Drury) 3.50
    #41 Jalen Myers (Missouri S&T) 3.29
    #41 Jordan Chartier (Michigan Tech) 3.29
    #45 Eric Gillespie (St Joseph's) 3.25

    3-Point Field Goal Percentage
    #1 Carson Manger (Lake Superior) 64.3%
    #3 Jake Velky (Truman St) 59.5%
    #13 Patrick Whelan (William Jewell) 54.3%
    #37 Jalen Myers (Missouri S&T) 48.9%
    #41 Isaac Johnson (Drury) 48.8%

    Assist-Turnover Ratio
    #7 Austin Gardner (Findlay) 4.75
    #27 Malik Garner (Saginaw Valley) 3.00
    #35 Chris Nunn (St. Joseph's) 2.89
    #39 Victor Blakey (Salem Int'l) 2.87

    Assists per game
    #1 Akaemji Williams (Lake Superior) 10.0
    #9 Herm Senor (Quincy) 6.7
    #14 Austin Gardner (Findlay) 6.3
    #15 Kendale McCullum (Wis-Parkside) 6.3
    #24 Victor Blakey (Salem Int'l) 6.1
    #40 Juwan Miller (Missouri S&T) 5.4
    #48 Shemar Waugh (Ohio Dominican) 5.3

    Blocked Shots per game
    #12 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 2.57
    #16 Gabe Brown (Rockhurst) 2.43
    #40 Frank Vukaj (Lewis) 2.00
    #40 Brett Branstrom (Northern Michigan) 2.00

    Rebounds per game
    #12 Logan Worthington (Oakland City) 11.4
    #23 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 11.0
    #27 Nolan Gerling (McKendree) 10.8
    #29 Rickenjee Bellevue (Davis & Elkins) 10.8
    #36 Zach Steinberg (IL-Springfield) 10.3
    #40 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 10.0

    Offensive Rebounds per game
    #12 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 4.14
    #20 Matt Crowl (Northwood) 3.89
    #25 Nolan Gerling (McKendree) 3.43
    #37 Rickenjee Bellevue (Davis & Elkins) 3.63
    #49 Rokas Paulauskas (Missouri S&T) 3.43

    Defensive Rebounds per game
    #5 Logan Worthington (Oakland City) 8.80
    #32 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 7.22
    #34 Zach Steinberg (IL-Springfield) 7.14
    #38 Nolan Gerling (McKendree) 7.00
    #45 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 6.86

    Steals per game
    #1 Akaemji Williams (Lake Superior) 4.60
    #17 Ronald Booth (Wayne State) 2.83
    #21 Kyle Davis (Ohio Valley) 2.80
    #24 Austin Gardner (Findlay) 2.67
    #28 Kendale McCullum (Wis-Parkside) 2.57
    #46 Cory Myers (Truman State) 2.38

    Double-Doubles
    #4 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 5
    #13 Zach Steinberg (IL-Springfield) 4
    Last edited by schnautza; 12-06-2016 at 10:13 AM. Reason: updated thru 12/4

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    Schnautza, your Wonkyness is a great benefit to the rest of us on this message board. Thank you.

    I think I'll sit here and soak in USI being 2nd in free throw percentage for a while. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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    Herdes buddy...Worthington is avg almost 12 boards a game...and hardly played at Reitz during HS....OCC is sad

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    Updated stats thru 12/4

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    As a representative of the Central Region forum, I'd like to extend an official offer for you to join our highly esteemed community, schnautza. I recognize the deep ties you have to both your alma mater and the Midwest Region forum in general, but just keep in mind...we're pretty cool in the Central Region. Some of us are funny and most are practical, rational, self-deprecating, and generally friendly.

    Just wanted you to know the offer is there. With you and wscsuperfan in the same region, we'd pretty much become an unstoppable force of information, updates, and stats on the D2 Message Board. Just roll it around a bit and, when you're ready, jump on in over on the Central Region side. You'll be welcomed with open arms.

    If any representatives of the Midwest Region feel this is an unfair proposition, the Central Region is prepared to make a generous trade offer, which can be discussed at a later time. Names that may or may not be in the mix include simple as a $3 bill, a perennial all-star in the Central Region, and potentially others. Post a response or PM me directly for details.

    (Seriously though, this is good stuff, schnautza. I hope your Midwest Region compatriots appreciate your hard work.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrAugustana View Post
    As a representative of the Central Region forum, I'd like to extend an official offer for you to join our highly esteemed community, schnautza. I recognize the deep ties you have to both your alma mater and the Midwest Region forum in general, but just keep in mind...we're pretty cool in the Central Region. Some of us are funny and most are practical, rational, self-deprecating, and generally friendly.

    Just wanted you to know the offer is there. With you and wscsuperfan in the same region, we'd pretty much become an unstoppable force of information, updates, and stats on the D2 Message Board. Just roll it around a bit and, when you're ready, jump on in over on the Central Region side. You'll be welcomed with open arms.

    If any representatives of the Midwest Region feel this is an unfair proposition, the Central Region is prepared to make a generous trade offer, which can be discussed at a later time. Names that may or may not be in the mix include simple as a $3 bill, a perennial all-star in the Central Region, and potentially others. Post a response or PM me directly for details.

    (Seriously though, this is good stuff, schnautza. I hope your Midwest Region compatriots appreciate your hard work.)
    As tempting as it is to jump off of this dumpster fire of a board (Midwest), USI is actually shaping up to be a good team this year and I've gotta stick with them. Somebody's gotta keep a level head over here.
    I will, however, start posting the PI updates over there again now that we are getting into the season a little deeper. I can't guarantee a thread like this one as it is a little more time consuming (and my wife would probably kill me if I spent any more time than I already do in this forum!)

    I may, however, be interested in a trade though. I've got a few names I'd like to send to the Central region as long as you can guarantee they don't come back.

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    Mr. Augustana is right about schnautza's work. He represents the finest poster in this region. When I started posting on this board, there was very little action. I read the Central region stuff a lot and they seemed like nice guys. Then, this Region turned into a blood bath and I may have contributed to that. If I did, well, I just want to say your welcome!

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    UPDATE
    Stats include games thru 12/19
    I've switched from listing the teams in the national top-50 to listing the top 10 regional teams for each stat, with the exception being if there are more than 10 teams in the top 50. Rankings still reflect national rankings.

    Scoring Offense
    #9 Southern Indiana 94.7
    #10 Lake Superior St 94.7
    #14 Missouri S&T 91.1
    #18 St Joseph's 90.5
    #26 Quincy 88.5
    #28 Kentucky Wesleyan 88.1
    #44 Truman State 85.2
    #56 McKendree 84.1
    #57 Davis & Elkins 84.0
    #63 Wis.-Parkside 83.8

    Scoring Defense
    #3 Grand Valley St 61.5
    #6 Wayne State 62.8
    #8 Bellarmine 63.2
    #31 Missouri-St. Louis 67.1
    #49 Drury 68.9
    #52 Saginaw Valley 69.0
    #58 Southern Indiana 69.3
    #67 Hillsdale 70.3
    #69 Ashland 70.5
    #77 Wis.-Parkside 71.0

    Scoring Margin
    #1 Southern Indiana 25.5
    #6 Bellarmine 20.4
    #16 Quincy 16.8
    #18 Kentucky Wesleyan 16.5
    #21 Missouri S&T 15.3
    #23 Lake Superior St 14.9
    #30 Saginaw Valley 14.2
    #31 Grand Valley 14.1
    #39 Wis-Parkside 12.8
    #42 Truman St 12.3
    #45 Drury 11.8

    Field Goal Percentage
    #3 Quincy 54.2%
    #5 Bellarmine 53.6%
    #7 Wis-Parkside 52.6%
    #11 Drury 51.9%
    #17 Southern Indiana 51.2%
    #22 Lake Superior 50.8%
    #25 Kentucky Wesleyan 50.4%
    #41 Truman St 48.8%
    #47 Missouri S&T 48.5%
    #48 Grand Valley St 48.5%
    #50 Walsh 48.4%

    Field Goal Percentage Defense
    #2 Grand Valley St 36.6%
    #15 Bellarmine 39.2%
    #39 Quincy 40.9%
    #40 Wayne State 40.9%
    #41 Lake Superior St 41.0%
    #54 Drury 41.3%
    #55 Southern Indiana 41.3%
    #66 Lewis 41.8%
    #71 Wis.-Parkside 41.8%
    #80 Ashland 42.2%

    3-Point Field Goal Defense
    #8 Saginaw Valley 28.1%
    #12 Missouri S&T 28.7%
    #18 Quincy 29.3%
    #35 Tiffin 30.7%
    #37 Lake Superior St 30.9%
    #38 Ohio Dominican 30.9%
    #61 Ashland 32.1%
    #62 Drury 32.1%
    #69 Wis.-Parkside 32.4%
    #80 Southern Indiana 32.7%

    3-Point Field Goals per game
    #17 Missouri S&T 10.9
    #19 Truman St 10.8
    #29 Michigan Tech 10.1
    #32 Findlay 10.0
    #32 Lake Superior St 10.0
    #52 Malone 9.4
    #54 Uindy 9.4
    #61 Drury 9.2
    #62 Rockhurst 9.2
    #65 Ohio Dominican 9.2
    #65 Southern Indiana 9.2

    3-Point Field Goal Percentage
    #5 Wis-Parkside 44.9
    #7 Kentucky Wesleyan 44.5%
    #12 Truman State 43.8%
    #13 Drury 43.7%
    #15 Bellarmine 42.6%
    #23 Southern Indiana 41.9%
    #26 Missouri S&T 41.7%
    #38 Quincy 40.3%
    #41 Findlay 40.2%
    #43 Lake Superior 39.8%

    Free Throw Percentage
    #4 Southern Indiana 80.2%
    #10 Bellarmine 78.7%
    #11 Ferris State 78.5%
    #17 Walsh 78.0%
    #19 Michigan Tech 77.8%
    #26 Truman St 77.6%
    #44 Hillsdale 75.0%
    #51 Kentucky Wesleyan 74.7%
    #61 Saginaw Valley 74.3%
    #64 Missouri S&T 74.2%

    Assist-Turnover Ratio
    #7 Lake Superior 1.60
    #11 Bellarmine 1.53
    #17 Michigan Tech 1.48
    #32 Southern Indiana 1.36
    #35 Wis.-Parkside 1.34
    #37 Saginaw Valley 1.33
    #40 Grand Valley St 1.30
    #41 Findlay 1.30
    #49 Walsh 1.27
    #57 Malone 1.25

    Assists per game
    #3 Bellarmine 20.1
    #10 Lake Superior St 19.3
    #19 Quincy 18.3
    #21 Wis-Parkside 18.2
    #30 Southern Indiana 17.5
    #39 Drury 17.0
    #44 McKendree 16.7
    #46 Findlay 16.6
    #51 Grand Valley St 16.5
    #52 Missouri S&T 16.4

    Turnover Margin
    #19 Lake Superior 4.6
    #30 Wayne State 3.9
    #33 Michigan Tech 3.7
    #41 Kentucky Wesleyan 3.3
    #55 Bellarmine 2.9
    #57 Southern Indiana 2.7
    #61 St Joseph's 2.6
    #66 Saginaw Valley 2.4
    #76 Tiffin 2.3
    #96 Findlay 1.6

    Turnovers per game
    #2 Michigan Tech 8.5
    #11 Northern Michigan 10.7
    #25 Walsh 11.3
    #28 Malone 11.3
    #43 Hillsdale 11.8
    #46 Saginaw Valley 11.8
    #57 Lake Superior 12.2
    #71 Cedarville 12.6
    #76 Grand Valley 12.7
    #82 Findlay 12.8


    Blocked Shots per game
    #5 Ferris State 6.0
    #34 Quincy 4.5
    #35 Northern Michigan 4.4
    #40 Grand Valley 4.3
    #51 Rockhurst 4.1
    #53 Southern Indiana 4.1
    #74 Lewis 3.6
    #84 Maryville 3.5
    #84 Findlay 3.5
    #84 Wis.-Parkside 3.5

    Steals per game
    #42 St Josephs 8.6
    #47 Tiffin 8.5
    #53 Wayne State 8.3
    #64 Lake Superior St 8.1
    #67 Kentucky Wesleyan 8.1
    #70 Wis.-Parkside 8.0
    #94 Quincy 7.5
    #95 Findlay 7.5
    #102 Grand Valley 7.4
    #103 Ohio Valley 7.4

    Offensive Rebounds per game
    #23 Davis & Elkins 14.08
    #35 Missouri S&T 13.56
    #38 Ferris State 13.36
    #46 St. Joseph's 13.00
    #54 Southern Indiana 12.91
    #63 McKendree 12.67
    #66 Ohio Valley 12.63
    #74 Kentucky Wesleyan 12.45
    #75 Northwood 12.38
    #80 Tiffin 12.25

    Defensive Rebounds per game
    #7 Quincy 30.77
    #15 McKendree 30.00
    #25 Ill-Springfield 29.18
    #28 Grand Valley 29.00
    #31 Lake Superior State 28.89
    #31 Missouri S&T 28.89
    #40 Truman State 28.58
    #40 Saginaw Valley 28.58
    #44 Southern Indiana 28.45
    #46 Davis and Elkins 28.38
    #50 Wis.-Parkside 28.30

    Rebound Margin
    #6 Southern Indiana 11.3
    #11 Missouri S&T 9.7
    #18 Kentucky Wesleyan 8.2
    #19 Grand Valley 8.1
    #36 Walsh 6.5
    #37 McKendree 6.4
    #41 Alderson-Broaddus 6.0
    #44 Quincy 5.9
    #45 Lewis 5.9
    #48 Missouri-St. Louis 5.8
    #49 Ferris State 5.7
    Last edited by schnautza; 12-20-2016 at 04:14 PM. Reason: updated thru 12/19

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    Individual stats thru 12/18
    Note: some stat categories (percentages) require minimum number of occurrences to be ranked. All categories require player to be in 75% of games.

    Points per game
    #6 Akaemji Williams (Lake Superior) 25.5
    #15 Zac Carter (Walsh) 22.8
    #40 Trey Fletcher (Walsh) 20.9
    #43 Kevin Bracy-Davis (Davis & Elkins) 21.3
    #53 Patrick Whelan (William Jewell) 19.9
    #72 Jeril Taylor (Southern Indiana) 19.1
    #78 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 18.9
    #82 Alex Stein (Southern Indiana) 18.8
    #100 Martyce Kimbrough (Findlay) 18.3
    #107 Jordan Jacks (Kentucky Wesleyan) 18.1

    Field Goal Percentage (min 5 made/game)
    #7 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 67.9%
    #10 Julius Rajala (Southern Indiana) 67.4%
    #17 Rokas Paulauskas (Missouri S&T) 65.7%
    #20 Evan McGaughey (Quincy) 64.2%
    #21 Adam Eberhard (Bellarmine) 63.9%
    #34 CJ Turnage (Saginaw Valley) 60.8%
    #37 Drake Baar (Grand Valley) 60.2%
    #40 Hasan Varence (Ohio Dominican) 59.8%
    #41 Nolan Gerling (McKendree) 59.6%
    #43 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 59.5%
    #47 Jordan Jacks (Kentucky Wesleyan) 59.2%

    Free Throw Percentage (min 2.5 made/game)
    #1 Tevin Foster (Drury) 97.3%
    #8 Jake Velky (Truman St) 93.9%
    #12 Eric Davidson (UIndy) 93.1%
    #12 Martyce Kimbrough (Findlay) 93.1%
    #15 Justin Blanks (McKendree) 92.9%
    #21 Alex Stein (Southern Indiana) 91.5%
    #37 Zac Carter (Walsh) 89.2%
    #45 Adam Eberhard (Bellarmine) 88.6%
    #50 Caleb Davis (Saginaw Valley) 88.2%
    #62 Delaney Blaylock (Lewis) 87.5%

    3-Point Field Goals per game
    #8 Nathan Messer (Truman St) 3.92
    #12 Blake Marquardt (Lake Superior) 3.88
    #15 Martyce Kimbrough (Findlay) 3.80
    #42 Eric Gillespie (St Joseph's) 3.18
    #47 Jalen Myers (Missouri S&T) 3.11
    #47 Patrick Whelan (William Jewell) 3.11
    #50 Jordan Chartier (Michigan Tech) 3.09
    #73 Jake Velky (Truman St) 2.90
    #84 Stedman Lowry (Hillsdale) 2.83
    #87 Steven Davis (Missouri-St. Louis) 2.82

    3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min 2.5 made/game)
    #7 Patrick Whelan (William Jewell) 56.0%
    #16 Sam Hickey (Ohio Dominican) 52.8%
    #17 Jake Velky (Truman St) 51.8%
    #27 Blake Marquardt (Lake Superior) 50.0%
    #58 Jalen Myers (Missouri S&T) 45.9%
    #60 Elijah Kahlig (Findlay) 45.6%
    #62 Zac Carter (Walsh) 45.3%
    #70 Martyce Kimbrough (Findlay) 44.7%
    #78 Jordan Chartier (Michigan Tech) 43.6%
    #80 Nathan Messer (Truman St) 43.5%

    Assist-Turnover Ratio (min 3 assists/game)
    #15 Al Davis (Bellarmine) 3.40
    #15 Jarek Coles (Bellarmine) 3.40
    #38 Ty Jordan (Malone) 2.81
    #42 Malik Garner (Saginaw Valley) 2.77
    #44 Ben Haraway (Ashland) 2.73
    #48 Gianni Otto (McKendree) 2.71
    #49 Naba Echols (Northern Michigan) 2.69
    #49 Juwan Miller (Missouri S&T) 2.69
    #56 Dwight Sistrunk (Truman St) 2.63
    #60 Alex Stein (Southern Indiana) 2.58

    Assists per game
    #1 Akaemji Williams (Lake Superior) 9.5
    #8 Herm Senor (Quincy) 6.8
    #14 Kendale McCullum (Wis-Parkside) 6.4
    #41 Victor Blakey (Salem Int'l) 5.3
    #69 Juwan Miller (Missouri S&T) 4.8
    #78 Al Davis (Bellarmine) 4.6
    #78 Eddie Longmeyer (Ill-Springfield) 4.6
    #83 Nate Neveau (Hillsdale) 4.6
    #90 Alex Stein (Southern Indiana) 4.5
    #104 Charles Foster (Kentucky Wesleyan) 4.4

    Blocked Shots per game
    #5 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 3.20
    #8 Gabe Brown (Rockhurst) 2.78
    #32 Frank Vukaj (Lewis) 2.20
    #47 Evan McGaughey (Quincy) 1.92
    #52 Brett Branstrom (Northern Michigan) 1.90
    #62 Julius Rajala (Southern Indiana) 1.73
    #74 Cameron Paulding (Trevecca Nazarene) 1.60
    #76 Rickenjee Bellevue (Davis & Elkins) 1.58
    #78 Jesse Kempson (UIndy) 1.56
    #84 Evan Booker (Maryville) 1.50
    #84 Isaiah Johnson (Northern Michigan) 1.50

    Rebounds per game
    #12 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 11.3
    #17 Zach Steinberg (IL-Springfield) 10.9
    #25 Nolan Gerling (McKendree) 10.3
    #28 Rickenjee Bellevue (Davis & Elkins) 10.2
    #39 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 9.8
    #69 Michael Nicholson (Lake Superior) 8.8
    #87 Rokas Paulauskas (Missouri S&T) 8.3
    #101 Hunter Reine (Missouri-St Louis) 8.1
    #104 CJ Turnage (Saginaw Valley) 8.0
    #112 Trevin Alexander (Grand Valley) 7.9

    Offensive Rebounds per game
    #9 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 4.20
    #15 Rickenjee Bellevue (Davis & Elkins) 3.92
    #31 Matt Crowl (Northwood) 3.62
    #36 Nolan Gerling (McKendree) 3.44
    #43 Rokas Paulauskas (Missouri S&T) 3.33
    #60 Michael Vigilance (Kentucky Wesleyan) 3.18
    #63 Aleksandar Djordjevic (Ohio Valley) 3.17
    #75 Zach Steinberg (Ill-Springfield) 3.09
    #80 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 3.00
    #120 Austin Adams (Tiffin) 2.73

    Defensive Rebounds per game
    #8 Zach Steinberg (IL-Springfield) 7.82
    #31 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 7.10
    #42 Nolan Gerling (McKendree) 6.89
    #44 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 6.77
    #70 Rickenjee Bellevue (Davis & Elkins) 6.25
    #75 Michael Nicholson (Lake Superior) 6.13
    #79 Marsalis Hamilton (Ashland) 6.10
    #84 Trevin Alexander (Grand Valley) 6.08
    #104 Connor Erickson (Truman St) 5.75
    #108 Chandler Vaudrin (Walsh) 5.73
    #108 Jordan Jacks (Kentucky Wesleyan) 5.73

    Steals per game
    #1 Akaemji Williams (Lake Superior) 3.63
    #14 Kyle Davis (Ohio Valley) 2.71
    #38 Ronald Booth (Wayne State) 2.22
    #53 Kendale McCullum (Wis-Parkside) 2.11
    #61 Juwan Miller (Missouri S&T) 2.00
    #77 Cory Myers (Truman State) 1.92
    #84 Markese Mayfield (Ferris State) 1.90
    #84 Jeril Taylor (Southern Indiana) 1.90
    #90 John Williams (Drury) 1.89
    #105 Aleksandar Djordjevic (Ohio Valley) 1.83

    Double-Doubles
    #2 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 7
    #2 Zach Steinberg (IL-Springfield) 7
    #21 Kevin Bracy-Davis (Davis & Elkins) 5
    #21 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 5

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    UPDATE
    Stats include games thru 1/3/17

    Scoring Offense
    #5 Southern Indiana 97.0
    #8 Lake Superior St 94.7
    #14 Missouri S&T 90.8
    #15 St Joseph's 90.7
    #22 Findlay 88.8
    #23 Quincy 88.6
    #27 Truman State 88.0
    #35 Kentucky Wesleyan 87.4
    #37 Wis.-Parkside 86.8
    #38 Ferris State 86.8
    #47 Walsh 85.3
    #48 McKendree 85.3

    Scoring Defense
    #5 Grand Valley St 61.5
    #7 Wayne State 62.8
    #11 Bellarmine 64.1
    #36 Southern Indiana 68.4
    #39 Missouri-St. Louis 68.5
    #43 Saginaw Valley 69.0
    #53 Ashland 69.3
    #55 Drury 69.3
    #57 Findlay 69.5
    #66 Truman State 70.0

    Scoring Margin
    #1 Southern Indiana 28.6
    #10 Findlay 19.2
    #13 Truman St 18.0
    #14 Quincy 17.6
    #15 Bellarmine 17.5
    #20 Ferris State 16.1
    #22 Kentucky Wesleyan 15.3
    #26 Lake Superior St 14.9
    #27 Wis-Parkside 14.7
    #29 Saginaw Valley 14.2
    #31 Grand Valley 14.1
    #35 Missouri S&T 13.5
    #40 Walsh 12.7
    #49 Drury 11.3

    Field Goal Percentage
    #3 Quincy 53.8%
    #4 Wis-Parkside 53.4%
    #7 Bellarmine 52.5%
    #8 Drury 52.2%
    #9 Southern Indiana 52.2%
    #16 Kentucky Wesleyan 51.0%
    #21 Lake Superior 50.8%
    #27 Findlay 50.3%
    #28 Truman St 50.3%
    #35 Walsh 49.2%
    #50 Grand Valley St 48.5%

    Field Goal Percentage Defense
    #2 Grand Valley St 36.6%
    #25 Ferris State 39.9%
    #27 Bellarmine 40.0%
    #32 Quincy 40.5%
    #36 Southern Indiana 40.9%
    #39 Wayne State 40.9%
    #41 Lewis 41.0%
    #43 Lake Superior St 41.0%
    #54 Ashland 41.3%
    #68 Wis.-Parkside 41.9%

    3-Point Field Goal Defense
    #5 Saginaw Valley 28.1%
    #9 Missouri S&T 28.5%
    #23 Quincy 29.9%
    #31 Lake Superior St 30.9%
    #35 Ashland 31.1%
    #40 Ohio Dominican 31.3%
    #54 Findlay 31.9%
    #64 Southern Indiana 32.4%
    #66 Tiffin 32.6%
    #92 Bellarmine 33.2%

    3-Point Field Goals per game
    #7 Truman St 11.5
    #12 Findlay 11.1
    #18 Missouri S&T 10.8
    #26 Malone 10.2
    #29 Michigan Tech 10.1
    #35 Lake Superior St 10.0
    #44 Southern Indiana 9.6
    #51 UIndy 9.4
    #52 Rockhurst 9.4
    #58 Northern Michigan 9.1

    3-Point Field Goal Percentage
    #2 Wis-Parkside 46.7%
    #4 Truman State 45.2%
    #5 Kentucky Wesleyan 44.7%
    #11 Drury 42.9%
    #15 Findlay 42.4%
    #16 Southern Indiana 42.3%
    #30 Bellarmine 40.9%
    #33 Missouri S&T 40.4%
    #41 Lake Superior 39.8%
    #53 Quincy 39.1%

    Free Throw Percentage
    #6 Southern Indiana 80.3%
    #9 Bellarmine 78.8%
    #14 Walsh 77.9%
    #20 Michigan Tech 77.2%
    #38 Truman St 76.0%
    #45 Kentucky Wesleyan 75.2%
    #48 Ferris State 75.1%
    #49 Hillsdale 75.0%
    #57 Alderson-Broaddus 74.3%
    #59 Saginaw Valley 74.3%

    Assist-Turnover Ratio
    #4 Lake Superior 1.58
    #6 Findlay 1.54
    #13 Bellarmine 1.50
    #18 Michigan Tech 1.46
    #23 Southern Indiana 1.44
    #27 Wis.-Parkside 1.41
    #33 Malone 1.37
    #40 Walsh 1.34
    #42 Saginaw Valley 1.33
    #43 Truman State 1.32
    #46 Grand Valley St 1.30

    Assists per game
    #5 Lake Superior St 19.3
    #9 Wis-Parkside 19.2
    #11 Findlay 19.2
    #12 Bellarmine 19.0
    #20 Southern Indiana 18.4
    #23 Quincy 18.2
    #31 McKendree 17.6
    #47 Grand Valley St 16.5
    #49 Truman State 16.3
    #50 Missouri S&T 16.3

    Turnover Margin
    #18 Lake Superior 4.6
    #30 Wayne State 3.9
    #35 Michigan Tech 3.6
    #36 Findlay 3.5
    #39 Southern Indiana 3.3
    #46 Kentucky Wesleyan 2.8
    #48 Bellarmine 2.8
    #54 Tiffin 2.6
    #61 Saginaw Valley 2.4
    #68 St Joseph's 2.3

    Turnovers per game
    #2 Michigan Tech 8.7
    #14 Northern Michigan 10.7
    #22 Malone 11.3
    #28 Walsh 11.4
    #38 Hillsdale 11.8
    #41 Saginaw Valley 11.8
    #52 Lake Superior 12.2
    #62 Truman State 12.4
    #66 Findlay 12.5
    #68 Cedarville 12.5

    Blocked Shots per game
    #3 Ferris State 6.1
    #35 Northern Michigan 5.4
    #39 Quincy 4.4
    #40 Grand Valley 4.3
    #46 Rockhurst 4.1
    #57 Southern Indiana 3.9
    #63 Lewis 3.8
    #70 Wis.-Parkside 3.7
    #100 Maryville 3.4
    #107 Davis & Elkins 3.4

    Steals per game
    #37 Tiffin 8.6
    #37 Findlay 8.6
    #46 Salem International 8.4
    #47 St Josephs 8.4
    #55 Wayne State 8.3
    #59 Ferris State 8.2
    #61 Wis.-Parkside 8.2
    #65 Lake Superior St 8.1
    #69 Kentucky Wesleyan 8.0
    #78 Southern Indiana 7.8

    Offensive Rebounds per game
    #35 Missouri S&T 13.60
    #37 Davis & Elkins 13.57
    #40 Ferris State 13.50
    #45 Southern Indiana 13.17
    #64 St. Joseph's 12.75
    #71 Walsh 12.58
    #77 McKendree 12.50
    #82 Tiffin 12.46
    #83 Northwood 12.43
    #107 Malone 11.91

    Defensive Rebounds per game
    #7 Quincy 31.21
    #10 Missouri S&T 30.30
    #12 McKendree 30.20
    #18 Ferris State 29.57
    #22 Grand Valley 29.00
    #22 Ill-Springfield 29.00
    #26 Lake Superior State 28.89
    #32 Truman State 28.77
    #33 Southern Indiana 28.75
    #34 Ashland 28.67
    #39 Saginaw Valley 28.58
    #47 Wis.-Parkside 28.36

    Rebound Margin
    #3 Southern Indiana 12.5
    #12 Missouri S&T 9.0
    #15 Ferris State 8.4
    #16 Walsh 8.1
    #16 Kentucky Wesleyan 8.1
    #18 Grand Valley 8.1
    #36 McKendree 6.9
    #41 Quincy 6.4
    #54 Truman State 5.5
    #57 Missouri-St. Louis 5.2

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    Individual stats thru 1/3/17
    Note: some stat categories (percentages) require minimum number of occurrences to be ranked. All categories require player to be in 75% of games.

    Points per game
    #7 Akaemji Williams (Lake Superior) 24.1
    #13 Zac Carter (Walsh) 23.0
    #29 Kevin Bracy-Davis (Davis & Elkins) 21.6
    #42 Trey Fletcher (Walsh) 20.3
    #61 Kyle Monroe (Michigan Tech) 19.3
    #75 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 18.9
    #82 Alex Stein (Southern Indiana) 18.8
    #84 Jeril Taylor (Southern Indiana) 18.7
    #93 Patrick Whelan (William Jewell) 18.3
    #97 Ken-Jah Bosley (Kentucky Wesleyan) 18.2

    Field Goal Percentage (min 5 made/game)
    #7 Julius Rajala (Southern Indiana) 67.7%
    #15 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 65.4%
    #25 Evan McGaughey (Quincy) 62.9%
    #27 Rokas Paulauskas (Missouri S&T) 61.7%
    #32 Adam Eberhard (Bellarmine) 61.5%
    #40 CJ Turnage (Saginaw Valley) 60.2%
    #45 Nolan Gerling (McKendree) 59.4%
    #48 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 59.1%
    #54 Jordan Jacks (Kentucky Wesleyan) 58.8%
    #56 Alexander Brown (Wis.-Parkside) 58.6%

    Free Throw Percentage (min 2.5 made/game)
    #1 Tevin Foster (Drury) 97.6%
    #11 Eric Davidson (UIndy) 93.1%
    #12 Justin Blanks (McKendree) 92.9%
    #16 Alex Stein (Southern Indiana) 92.0%
    #17 Jake Velky (Truman St) 92.0%
    #35 Zac Carter (Walsh) 89.2%
    #50 Adam Eberhard (Bellarmine) 87.8%
    #57 Ken-Jah Bosley (Kentucky Wesleyan) 86.8%
    #59 Naba Echols (Northern Michigan) 86.7%
    #66 Caleb Davis (Saginaw Valley) 86.1%

    3-Point Field Goals per game
    #10 Nathan Messer (Truman St) 3.85
    #15 Martyce Kimbrough (Findlay) 3.69
    #20 Blake Marquardt (Lake Superior) 3.56
    #35 Jalen Myers (Missouri S&T) 3.20
    #37 Jordan Chartier (Michigan Tech) 3.17
    #46 Steven Davis (Missouri-St. Louis) 3.08
    #48 Elijah Kahlig (Findlay) 3.08
    #72 Eric Gillespie (St Joseph's) 2.92
    #75 Travis House (Rockhurst) 2.91
    #81 Stedman Lowry (Hillsdale) 2.83

    3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min 2.5 made/game)
    #11 Elijah Kahlig (Findlay) 51.9%
    #16 Jake Velky (Truman St) 50.8%
    #28 Blake Marquardt (Lake Superior) 48.5%
    #39 Patrick Whelan (William Jewell) 46.8%
    #43 Zac Carter (Walsh) 46.4%
    #55 Jalen Myers (Missouri S&T) 45.1%
    #62 Nathan Messer (Truman St) 44.2%
    #63 Jordan Chartier (Michigan Tech) 44.2%
    #71 Martyce Kimbrough (Findlay) 43.2%
    #85 Steven Davis (Mo.-St. Louis) 41.7%

    Assist-Turnover Ratio (min 3 assists/game)
    #24 Kendale McCullum (Wis.-Parkside) 3.04
    #26 Al Davis (Bellarmine) 2.94
    #27 Malik Garner (Saginaw Valley) 2.93
    #31 Bobo Drummond (Southern Indiana) 2.91
    #33 Alex Stein (Southern Indiana) 2.89
    #38 Ty Jordan (Malone) 2.83
    #47 Naba Echols (Northern Michigan) 2.69
    #52 Juwan Miller (Missouri S&T) 2.67
    #56 Akaemji Williams (Lake Superior) 2.66
    #58 Dwight Sistrunk (Truman St) 2.65

    Assists per game
    #1 Akaemji Williams (Lake Superior) 9.4
    #9 Herm Senor (Quincy) 6.8
    #12 Kendale McCullum (Wis-Parkside) 6.6
    #57 Juwan Miller (Missouri S&T) 4.8
    #65 Victor Blakey (Salem Int'l) 4.6
    #66 Ty Jordan (Malone) 4.6
    #70 Nate Neveau (Hillsdale) 4.6
    #70 Alex Stein (Southern Indiana) 4.6
    #82 Al Davis (Bellarmine) 4.4
    #82 Eddie Longmeyer (Ill-Springfield) 4.4

    Blocked Shots per game
    #3 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 3.50
    #12 Gabe Brown (Rockhurst) 2.55
    #27 Frank Vukaj (Lewis) 2.18
    #48 Evan McGaughey (Quincy) 1.93
    #51 Brett Branstrom (Northern Michigan) 1.90
    #68 Julius Rajala (Southern Indiana) 1.58
    #79 Mohammed Rage (Tiffin) 1.54
    #80 Isaiah Johnson (Northern Michigan) 1.50
    #86 Rickenjee Bellevue (Davis & Elkins) 1.46
    #93 Michael Nicholson (Lake Superior) 1.44

    Rebounds per game
    #21 Zach Steinberg (IL-Springfield) 10.5
    #24 Rickenjee Bellevue (Davis & Elkins) 10.3
    #26 Nolan Gerling (McKendree) 10.1
    #30 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 10.0
    #44 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 9.6
    #83 Hunter Reine (Missouri-St Louis) 8.4
    #85 Jeril Taylor (Southern Indiana) 8.4
    #93 Michael Nicholson (Lake Superior) 8.2
    #94 Rokas Paulauskas (Missouri S&T) 8.2
    #106 Trevin Alexander (Grand Valley) 8.1

    Offensive Rebounds per game
    #12 Rickenjee Bellevue (Davis & Elkins) 4.00
    #18 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 3.79
    #29 Matt Crowl (Northwood) 3.50
    #48 Rokas Paulauskas (Missouri S&T) 3.30
    #55 Nolan Gerling (McKendree) 3.20
    #60 Zach Steinberg (Ill-Springfield) 3.17
    #74 Michael Vigilance (Kentucky Wesleyan) 3.00
    #85 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 2.93
    #96 Aleksandar Djordjevic (Ohio Valley) 2.86
    #106 Alex White (Findlay) 2.82

    Defensive Rebounds per game
    #19 Zach Steinberg (IL-Springfield) 7.33
    #34 Nolan Gerling (McKendree) 6.90
    #47 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 6.64
    #61 Rickenjee Bellevue (Davis & Elkins) 6.31
    #67 Trevin Alexander (Grand Valley) 6.23
    #68 Kyle Monroe (Michigan Tech) 6.22
    #69 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 6.21
    #81 Jeril Taylor (Southern Indiana) 6.00
    #87 Marsalis Hamilton (Ashland) 5.91
    #88 Michael Nicholson (Lake Superior) 5.89

    Steals per game
    #1 Akaemji Williams (Lake Superior) 3.56
    #9 Kyle Davis (Ohio Valley) 2.88
    #15 Kendale McCullum (Wis-Parkside) 2.55
    #39 Ronald Booth (Wayne State) 2.22
    #40 John Williams (Drury) 2.20
    #69 Markese Mayfield (Ferris State) 1.93
    #76 Juwan Miller (Missouri S&T) 1.90
    #88 Cory Myers (Truman State) 1.85
    #114 Ajay Lawton (UIndy) 1.78
    #118 Taren Sullivan (Findlay) 1.77

    Double-Doubles
    #9 Joseph Tagarelli (Quincy) 7
    #9 Zach Steinberg (IL-Springfield) 7
    #18 Zach Hankins (Ferris State) 6

    Triple-Doubles

    #1 Jeril Taylor (Southern Indiana) 1

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    Misc stats:

    Average reported home attendance
    #7 Drury 1529
    #13 Bellarmine 1201
    #19 Kentucky Wesleyan 1068
    #24 Southern Indiana 995
    #41 Michigan Tech 864
    #54 Quincy 765
    #55 Findlay 750
    #79 Lewis 629
    #80 Walsh 624
    #83 Grand Valley 607

    Nonconference results
    GLIAC 61-37 (0-1 D1, 43-36 D2, 4-0 D3, 14-0 non-member)
    GLVC 101-46 (0-3 D1, 62-40 D2, 9-1 D3, 30-2 non-member)
    G-MAC 29-52 (0-0 D1, 24-50 D2, 0-0 D3, 5-2 non-member)

    W/L streaks
    #1 Southern Indiana W12
    #1 Quincy W12
    #7 Wis.-Parkside W10
    #13 Wayne State W8
    #13 Kentucky Wesleyan W8
    #23 Ferris State W5
    #23 Lake Superior W5
    #23 Findlay W5
    #23 Oakland City W5
    ----
    #263 Trevecca Nazarene L3
    #263 Cedarville L3
    #290 Salem International L5
    #306 William Jewell L7
    #315 Ohio Valley L10

    Home W/L streaks

    #1 Kentucky Wesleyan W37
    #2 Bellarmine W32
    #10 Drury W13
    #19 Quincy W8
    #19 Oakland City W8
    #19 Saginaw Valley W8
    #29 Southern Indiana W7
    #29 Wis.-Parkside W7
    ----
    #292 Ohio Valley L3
    #292 William Jewell L3
    #293 Northern Michigan L3
    #293 St Joseph's L3

    Road W/L streaks
    #3 Quincy W6
    #3 Wis.-Parkside W6
    #20 Southern Indiana W3
    #20 Findlay W3
    #20 Ferris State W3
    #38 Kentucky Wesleyan W2
    #38 Wayne State W2
    #38 Grand Valley State W2
    #38 St Joseph's W2
    ----
    #266 Oakland City L5
    #266 William Jewell L5
    #283 Rockhurst L6
    #283 Ohio Valley L6
    #292 Trevecca Nazarene L7
    #304 Davis & Elkins L10
    #311 Salem International L20

    Conference W/L streaks
    #2 Kentucky Wesleyan W8
    #6 Lewis W6
    #10 Wayne State W5
    #18 Lake Superior W4
    #28 Quincy W3
    #28 Ferris State W3
    #28 Drury W3
    ----
    #252 Lake Erie L3
    #252 McKendree L3
    #252 Ohio Dominican L3
    #252 UIndy L3
    #252 William Jewell L3
    #278 Ashland L4
    #278 Maryville L4
    #289 Ill-Springfield L5
    #313 St Josephs L12

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    Great stuff, thanks schautza. Out of curiosity, who's the last team to beat Bellarmine at home?

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    I actually looked that up when I saw it, thinking it was USI, but it was Florida Southern.
    And it was Truman beating KWC to interrupt that streak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schnautza View Post
    I actually looked that up when I saw it, thinking it was USI, but it was Florida Southern.
    And it was Truman beating KWC to interrupt that streak.
    Yep, I knew it was Truman - that was brought up a lot when it was looking like we'd play them day 2 of that tourney a few weeks ago (which we did, and got our revenge, of course)

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    I am now intrigued by the home streaks - looking for the longest ones in the midwest...I've looked up a few teams back to the 2009-10 season. I've listed streaks and teams that interrupted them, bolding any double-digits.

    KWC: 37-0, Truman, 2-0, Northwood, 4-0, AB, 7-0, LSSU, USI, Lake Erie, 3-0, Lewis, Parkside, 1-0, USI, 15-0, NKU, 1-0, Lewis, Bellarmine, UIndy, 14-0, Lewis, 1-0, NKU, 6-0, Bellarmine, 5-0, St Joe, 6-0, USI, 16-0

    Bellarmine: 32-0, Florida Southern, 7-0, USI, 1-0, UIndy, 13-0, UIndy, 29-0, KWC, 14-0, KWC, 9-0, IU Southeast

    USI: 7-0, Maryville, 1-0, UIndy, 1-0, Quincy, 4-0, Midwestern, 3-0, Maryville, 5-0, Parkside, Bellarmine, 16-0, Drury, 8-0, Parkside, Lewis, 18-0, UIndy, 2-0, S&T, 10-0, UIndy, 6-0, Bellarmine, 5-0, KWC, 15-0

    Drury: 13-0, Truman, 4-0, Union, Cameron, 5-0, William Jewell, 3-0, Truman, Bellarmine, 33-0, Parkside, 14-0, Bellarmine, 3-0, UMSL, Wayne St, 7-0, NKU, 14-0, USI, 4-0, KWC, 7-0, USI

    UIndy: 2-0, Ashland, 12-0, Hillsdale, 13-0, Bellarmine, 15-0, KWC, USI, 1-0, Bellarmine, 12-0, KWC, 4-0, NKU, 2-0, LSSU, 3-0, Lewis, 2-0, USI, 2-0, Bellarmine, 6-0, Urbana, 1-0, Bellarmine, Drury, 1-0, KWC, USI, Lewis, 1-0, Quincy, 7-0, UWP

    Parkside: 7-0, Saginaw Valley, 1-0, UIndy, 9-0, Ferris State, 16-0, Walsh, 12-0, St Cloud, 8-0, Lewis, 2-0, Michigan Tech, 2-0, Cedarville, 1-0...stopping here, at this point there were more losses than wins

    Lewis: Northwood, 5-0, Michigan Tech, 1-0, Parkside, 4-0, Bellarmine, 2-0, Drury, 4-0, Ferris State, 5-0, Parkside, 2-0, Maryville, UMSL, 6-0, Parkside, 16-0, Bellarmine, 1-0, USI, 2-0, William Jewell, 6-0, Bellarmine, NKU, 7-0, KWC, USI, 7-0, Drury, UIndy, 2-0, NKU, Bellarmine, 5-0, UIS, 2-0, USI, KWC, 6-0. UMSL, 4-0, UIndy

    Quincy: 8-0, Truman, Parkside, 12-0, Upper Iowa, Truman, 2-0, UIndy, 3-0, Parkside, Lewis, KWC, 4-0, better off stopping here for Quincy

    Truman: 6-0, Lewis, Parkside, 7-0, Rockhurst, 2-0, UMSL, UIndy, 4-0, Lewis, Parkside, 6-0, UIS, 4-0, Drury, 8-0, and this is a good stopping point for Truman
    Last edited by schnautza; 01-05-2017 at 02:33 PM.

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    Default Re: Midwest stats 2016-17

    I wonder what the all time home winning streak record is in NCAA division 2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alumnifan View Post
    I wonder what the all time home winning streak record is in NCAA division 2?
    Couldn't tell you for sure, but after a quick check it looks like West Lib logged a 39-0 home streak between November 2011 and January 2014. That's better than KWC's current streak by 2 games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schnautza View Post
    Couldn't tell you for sure, but after a quick check it looks like West Lib logged a 39-0 home streak between November 2011 and January 2014. That's better than KWC's current streak by 2 games.
    And I counted a 49-0 home streak prior to that one, between Feb 2008 and March of 2011. So you've got a little ways to catch up with that streak.

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