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How do the teams stack up?

03/17/14

How do the teams stack up?

OVERLAND PARK, Kan.The NJCAA Division II Women#8217;s Basketball Tournament begins on Tuesday, March 18 at JCCC. The following is a look at the leaders heading into the 16-team national tournament.

TEAM SCORING
St. Clair County CC - 86.0
Highland CC - 85.2
Parkland College - 80.5
NIACC - 79.9
Chesapeake College - 79.8
Kankakee CC - 77.2
Cincinnati State Technica & CC - 76.8
Kishwaukee College - 76.5
Louisburg College - 75.0
Monroe College - 72.8
Lake Michigan CC - 71.9
North Central Missouri - 71.9
Dakota-Bottineau - 69.1
Mesa CC - 66.6
Mercyhurst Norh East - 62.2
Essex County College - 56.9

TEAM 3-POINT GOALS
NIACC - 340
Kankakee CC -253
Highland CC - 236
Dakota-Bottineau - 207
Kishwaukee College - 183
Lake Michigan CC - 167
North Central Missouri - 143
Mercyhurst-North East - 143
Mesa CC - 130
Parkland College - 128
Louisburg College - 127
St. Clair County CC - 110
Cincinnati State Technical and CC - 97
Essex County College - 65
Monroe College - 62
Chesapeake College - 52

TEAM REBOUNDING
Mercyhurst North East - 49.6
St. Clair County CC - 47.1
Kishwaukee College - 46.6
Cincinnati State Technical & CC - 45.4
Highland CC - 43.8
Lake Michigan CC - 43.4
NIACC - 43.0
Monroe College - 42.6
Louisburg College - 42.5
Parkland College - 41.1
Kankakee CC - 40.8
Chesapeake College - 40.7
Dakota-Bottineau - 40.1
North Central Missouri - 37.5
Mesa CC - 36.9
Essex County College - 32.9

SCORING
Ashley Pegram (Chesapeake College) - 23.5
Chelsey Jacox (NIACC) - 22.7
Tami Morice (Kishwaukee) - 19.1
Sarafina Handy (Kankakee) - 18.8
Sheyna Deans (St. Clair County) - 18.7
Emma Block (Essex County) - 17.4
Daria Simmons (Chesapeake College) - 17.2
Emily Fite (Cincinnati State) - 17.0
Phylicia Johnson (Cincinnati State) - 16.9
Imani Scott (Dakota-Bottineau) - 16.1

REBOUNDS
Alexis Bell (Essex County) - 10.7
Abbey Warner (Kankakee) - 10.4
Emily Fite (Cincinnati State) - 10.4
Lexi Hobbs (Lake Michigan) - 9.1
Tamyra Laws (Chesapeake College) - 9.0
Julia Alves (Highland) - 8.9
Kayla Oetterer (North Central Missouri) - 8.9
Tiara Brown (Monroe College) - 8.8
Sabrina Montgomery (Mercyhurst-North East) - 8.6
Hannah Wascher (Parkland College) - 8.5

ASSISTS
Domonique Hagins (Chesapeake College) - 229
Chelsey Jacox (NIACC) - 180
DeYahnna Styles (Lake Michigan) - 175
Courtney Raiford (Louisburg College) - 135
Cairece Allen (Kankakee) - 125
Lexi Hope (North Central Missouri) - 123
Brooke Parton (North Central Missouri) - 118
Leslie Tademy (Mesa CC) - 117
Ryann Bowser (Highland) - 116
Ashley Pegram (Chesapeake College) - 116

STEALS
Destinee Russell (Mercyhurst-North East) - 102
Sheyna Deans (St. Clair County) - 86
Lateeka Thompson (NIACC) - 86
Chelsey Jacox (NIACC) - 84
Cortni Rush (NIACC) - 84
Shaniqua Graves (Essex County) - 82
Ryann Bowser (Highland) - 80
Ericka Fitzpatrick (Cincinnati State) - 80
Alexus Chinn (Cincinnati State) - 79
Daria Simmons (Chesapeake College) - 79

3-POINT GOALS
Cortni Rush (NIACC) - 76
Taylor Roach (Kankakee) - 72
Sarafina Handy (Kankakee) - 71
Mya Collum (Kankakee) - 69
Emily Bell (NIACC) - 64
Sabrina Trujillo (Lake Michigan) - 64
Phylicia Johnson (Cincinnati State) - 56
Madi Austin (Mesa) - 55
Lexi Hope (North Central Missouri) - 55
Kadejah Young (NIACC) - 55