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All-American Championship: April 1&3, 2011

Teams

 

2014 Field

 

Richmond Richmond Spiders - Head Coach: Chris Mooney (Atlantic 10 Conference)
For the fifth time in six years, the Spiders won at least 19 games in posting a 19-14 mark in 2013-14...this season, 11 players, including four starters, return, led by second-team All-Atlantic 10 selection Kendall Anthony (15.9 ppg)...head coach Chris Mooney, who ranks fourth all-time at Richmond in wins, has led the Spiders to the second-most league wins of any current A-10 team over the last seven seasons...Richmond has made nine NCAA Tournament appearances.
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Pepperdine Pepperdine Waves - Head Coach: Marty Wilson (West Coast Conference)
Head coach Marty Wilson welcomes back eight players and three starters from a team that recorded 15 victories last season - the most since the 2004-05 season...in fact, the Waves have increased their win total each of the last three seasons with Wilson at the helm...leading the Waves is Stacy Davis, a first-team All-WCC selection who paced the squad in scoring (15.1 ppg) and rebounding (7.6 rpg) a year ago...Pepperdine has been to 13 NCAA Tournaments.
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NC State NC State Wolfpack - Head Coach: Mark Gottfried (Atlantic Coast Conference)
The Wolfpack posted a 22-14 record en route to a third straight NCAA Tournament bid last season...eight players, including four of the top five scorers from a year ago, return, led by Ralston Turner, NC State's second-leading scorer (10.5 ppg) and top three-point threat (77)...head coach Mark Gottfried is just the third coach in league history to take his first three teams to the NCAA Tournament...NC State has been to the NCAAs 25 times, including three Final Fours, and has won two National Championships.

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West Virginia West Virginia Mountaineers - Head Coach Bob Huggins (Big 12 Conference)
The Mountaineers won 17 games and earned a berth in the NIT a year ago...that marked WVU's 10th postseason bid in the last 11 years, including seven NCAA bids and a trip to the 2010 Final Four...West Virginia returns nine players and four starters from 2013-14, headlined by first-team All-Big 12 honoree Juwan Staten (18.1 ppg, 5.6 rpg)...head coach Bob Huggins has won 740 games in his career and has taken WVU and Cincinnati to the Final Four...West Virginia has made 25 NCAA Tournament appearances, twice going to the Final Four.
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Howard Howard Bison - Head Coach: Kevin Nickelberry (Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)
Head coach Kevin Nickelberry's reputation as a strong recruiter has proved true as he rebuilds the Bison...guard James Daniel (21.0 ppg) led Howard in scoring a season ago en route to earning MEAC Rookie of the Year honors and being named a finalist for the Kyle Macy National Freshman of the Year award...four of the five starters return, along with highly-touted transfer James "JC" Carlton.
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IUPUI IUPUI Jaguars - Head Coach: Jason Gardner (Summit League)
The Jaguars are under the direction of first-year head coach Jason Gardner, who comes to IUPUI after a season as an assistant at Memphis...Gardner inherits a team that returns seven letterwinners, including two starters - guards Khufu Najee (9.9 ppg) and Marcellus Barkdale (8.6 ppg, 117 assists)...the Jags will move into the renovated Fairgrounds Coliseum this season, which just underwent a 22-month, $63 million make-over.
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South Alabama South Alabama Jaguars - Head Coach: Matthew Graves (Sun Belt Conference)
Six players, including a pair of starters, return as head coach Matthew Graves enters his second season at the helm of the Jaguars...South Alabama, which posted 11 wins a year ago, will be led by the backcourt of Ken Williams and Barrington Stevens...Williams tallied 9.1 ppg as a freshman last season while Stevens netted 7.2 ppg in his sophomore season.
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