August 29th, 2020 - 2014-2015 is here!
The season flip is complete! You can start recruiting, setting your depth chart & game plans. Exhibition games will start on Monday - be ready!
August 27th, 2020 - Butler wins second National Championship!
It’s been up and down for Butler this season. Winning the Conference One title, losing in the first round of the conference playoffs and the finishing strong with the title run in the National Tournament. In the title game, Bulter faced fellow top conference team, the Vanderbilt Commodores. It was a 3-point game at half-time and remained competitive through the second half. The player of the game was rebounding machine Tommie Worthington who had 15 rebounds and a +22 plus/minus. Surrounding him we smaller players scoring the points: 21 from Stanley Walters, 17 from Jamal Kellogg, 15 for Brock Novak and 22 from Gus Corley off the bench. Congratulations to nobodyjones and the Butler Bulldogs on their second national title. Also, congratulations to William and the Manhattan Jaspers (Division II tournament winners) and to Chaos_83 and the Metro State Denver Roadrunners (Division III tournament winners).
September 21st, 2020 - 1st Commit of the season - Texas A&M Aggies
Coach French and President eaquaphin are delighted to announce the commitment of San Angelo native Nick Warren. Nick wanted to stay close to home and had offers from other fine Texas institutions but decided his future lay as an Aggie. - eaquaphin
September 21st, 2020 - Sandy Mitchell Out 1 Game - James Madison Dukes
James Madison starting shooting guard Sandy Mitchell has been injured and will miss JMU’s games versus Rhodes. Through 17 games this season, Mitchell is averaging 9.3 PPG, 2.6 RPG, 1.4 APG, and a team-best 1.8 SPG. Either senior staring power forward Keandre Ashby or freshman shooting guard Clay Wilde will start. Should Ashby play, junior power forward/center Henry Larson will start in Keandre’s place. - OMG88
September 19th, 2020 - JMU Finally Wins 1st Game of Season - James Madison Dukes
After losing 21 consecutive invitational, exhibition, non-conference, and conference games, the James Madison Dukes won their first game since March 13, 2014 by defeating Fayetteville State, 62-50. While Curt Dudley led the team with 15 points, and chipped in 6 rebounds, 2 assists, and a steal, Keandre Ashby added 10 points and 3 rebounds, Sandy Mitchell scored 10 points with 1 steal and 1 block, Clay Wilde added 7 points in 15 minutes off the bench, with Henry Larson adding 8 points and 5 board... - OMG88