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Team: Northwest Missouri State Bearcats [ID #501] Bookmark Northwest Missouri State Bearcats

Location: Maryville, MO (Central)

Conference: II.1 [Division 1]

President: chousley4 send message
          [since March 31st 2022 | last seen February 23rd 2024]

Coach: Rahsaan McCartney

Arena: Bearcat Arena

Rating: 259.30 - Overall Position: #60

Fan Mood: 135.09

Alumni Mood: 101.05

Prestige: 84

Team Notes:

• Feb 19 2037: 2-star prospect Ivan Luna committed.
• Nov 19 2036: 2-star prospect Rob Wieczorek committed.
• Aug 28 2036: Promoted to conference II.1.
• Mar 09 2036: Made the national tournament field.
• Feb 23 2036: 3-star prospect Malcolm Abel committed.
• Jan 26 2036: 2-star prospect Bob McNamara committed.
• Oct 13 2035: Cliff Daniel was inducted into the team Hall of Fame.
• Aug 30 2035: Promoted to conference III.1.
• Mar 11 2035: Made the national tournament field.
• Mar 03 2035: Won the IV.1 conference.


Record:

Wins: 26 Losses: 11 Pct: .703     Conf Wins: 18 Conf Losses: 9 Conf Pct: .667 Conf Rank: 4     Last10: 5-5 Streak: L2

Pts Ave: 80.3 - 70.7     Pts Diff: +9.6     Team Power Index: 155.5

Press Releases:

Dec 21 2034: NW Missouri Faceplants Versus OK. State - by chousley4 on October 17th, 2023

After some time away, the team president completely faceplants his game prep against a strong Oklahoma State team. Oklahoma State has one of the best backcourts in the conference, and for some reason NWMO decided to test that backcourt with a heavy zone. Kudos to Oklahoma State for taking advantage and handing the Bearcats their first loss of the season. Onto the next!


Dec 14 2034: NW MISSOURI BEARCATS TOP 10! - by chousley4 on October 14th, 2023

They felt good about the roster this season but it’s been a program best start for the 2034-2035 Bearcats! For the first time in program history they are now ranked Top 10 in the country while being rated the #9 program in Hardwood! They hope to continue their great season through the rest of the conference schedule!


Oct 12 2032: Roaring into the Year: 2032-2033 Season Outlook for the NWMO Bearcats! - by chousley4 on June 5th, 2023

Team Write-up: Northwest Missouri State Bearcats

The Northwest Missouri State Bearcats enter the upcoming season with a strong and talented roster, looking to build upon their previous successes. Led by a core group of experienced players, they are poised to compete at a high level once again.

In the backcourt, Cameron Whatley takes charge as the primary point guard. Standing at 6’2½”, Whatley brings excellent court vision and passing ability, making him a key facilitator for the team’s offense. His high basketball IQ and solid defensive skills add value on both ends of the court. With his leadership, the Bearcats can rely on his ability to control the tempo and set up his teammates for scoring opportunities.

Jesse Hicks, a versatile shooting guard, provides the team with a unique skill set. Standing at 6’8”, Hicks possesses the ability to score from various areas on the court, making him a threat from the perimeter and in the post. His size also allows him to contribute on the boards and defend multiple positions effectively.

Toren Nash, another shooting guard, brings energy and athleticism to the Bearcats’ lineup. Despite his height of 6’2½”, Nash makes up for it with his quickness and agility. He excels in slashing to the basket, using his speed to create scoring opportunities. Defensively, Nash uses his agility to stay in front of his opponents and disrupt their offensive flow.

Kirk Williams, a freshman shooting guard, joins the team with high expectations. At 6’4½”, Williams showcases a well-rounded game, combining scoring ability with playmaking skills. He has the potential to make an immediate impact with his scoring prowess and versatility on the court.

In the forward positions, Jimmy Lane stands out as a key contributor for the Bearcats. At 6’5½”, Lane brings a strong offensive skill set, particularly in finishing around the rim. He’s an excellent rebounder and displays solid defensive capabilities, making him a valuable asset for the team.

Scot Nakajima, a 6’7” forward, provides additional depth and versatility. Nakajima’s ability to stretch the floor with his shooting and contribute on defense adds to the team’s overall balance. Teshuan Mobley, a freshman forward, brings a combination of athleticism and scoring potential that can provide a spark off the bench.

In the frontcourt, Guy Wakefield and Joe Kearney form a formidable duo. Wakefield, a senior power forward, utilizes his size and strength to dominate inside the paint. His rebounding prowess and ability to score in the post make him a reliable option for the Bearcats. Kearney, a 6’6½” junior power forward, complements Wakefield with his ability to stretch the floor and knock down shots from mid-range and beyond.

At the center position, the Bearcats boast two solid options. Rodger Riley, a 7’½” senior, provides a dominant presence in the paint. His shot-blocking ability, rebounding skills, and efficient finishing around the rim make him a vital component of the team’s interior game. Cliff Daniel, a 6’8” sophomore center, offers a more mobile and versatile approach. His ability to defend multiple positions and contribute on offense gives the Bearcats different looks and lineup options.

Among the newcomers, Marcus Hampton, a 6’7” freshman, brings size and versatility to the frontcourt. Although he is still developing, Hampton’s potential to contribute on both ends of the court makes him an exciting prospect for the Bearcats.

Predicted Team MVP: Jimmy Lane
With his scoring ability, rebounding skills, and defensive presence, Jimmy Lane is poised to be the team’s MVP for the upcoming season. As a versatile forward, Lane provides consistent production and impacts the game on multiple fronts.

Predicted Newcomer of the Year: Kirk Williams
As a talented freshman shooting guard, Kirk Williams has the potential to make an immediate impact. His scoring prowess and versatility will earn him the title of Newcomer of the Year, as he brings a dynamic element to the Bearcats' offense.