The NC-Double-Eh Stats


OK NC-Double-Eh fans, if you were wondering who the top scoring Canadian is, who has the third best assist total or what the rebound difference is between second and eighth now you can find out!  We have compiled the early Top Ten lists for this young season so check them out right here ...

OK ball fans, please bear in mind two things with current list:  first, we had taken the numbers last night so games from today, or even from yesterday for that matter, may not have been tabulated into the players' overall stat totals; and second, we took a few liberties when it came to the percentages since it is still very early into the season for some teams.  Other than that, all the stats are legit and if you can find a better compilation of Canadian stat leaders, we welcome you to point us in their direction.   There are returning players from last season's Top Ten and some surprise names so enjoy ...

 

Minutes played

Tyler Murray, Wagner - 37.5

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 34.8

Jason Calliste, Detroit – 33.4

Chretien Lukusa, Binghamton - 33.3

Hernst Laroche, New Mexico State – 32.9

 Alex Johnson, Cal-Bakersfield – 32.7

Tristan Thompson, Texas – 31.9

Cory Joseph, Texas – 31.7

Kyle Johnson, Long Island – 30.7

Olu Ashoalu, Louisiana Tech – 30.5

 

Points

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure - 19.4

Tyler Murray, Wagner – 18.0

Diego Kapelan, McNeese State – 17.3

Jared Mintz, Lafayette – 16.4

Kyle Johnson, Long Island – 15.5

Kris Joseph, Syracuse – 14.6

Melvin Ejim, Iowa State – 14.4

Marc Trasolini, Santa Clara – 14.0

Imad Qahwash, Central Arkansas – 13.7

Olu Ashoalu, Louisiana Tech – 13.5

 

Rebounds

Olu Ashoalu, Louisiana Tech – 9.3

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 9.0

Tristan Thompson, Texas – 7.7

Marc Trasolini, Santa Clara – 6.7

Rob Sacre, Gonzaga – 6.7

Kyle Johnson, Long Island – 6.5

Marvell Waithe, Arkansas – 6.0

Melvin Ejim, Iowa State – 5.9

Roger Dugas, Elon – 5.8

Kelly Olynyk, Gonzaga – 5.5

 

Assists

Hernst Laroche, New Mexico State – 4.7

Tyrone Watson, New Mexico State – 3.6

Cory Joseph, Texas – 3.3

Junior Cadougan, Marquette – 3.3

Tyler Murray, Wagner – 3.0

Jared Mintz, Lafayette – 2.9

Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina – 2.4

Christian Kabongo, New Mexico State – 2.3

Matthew Wright, St. Bonaventure – 2.2

Olu Ashaolu, Louisiana Tech – 2.1

 

Steals

Hernst Laroche, New Mexico State – 2.1

Alwayne Bigby, Northeastern – 1.8

Jason Calliste, Detroit – 1.6

Cory Joseph, Texas – 1.4

Keaton Cole, Western Carolina – 1.4

Melvin Ejim, Iowa State – 1.4

Tyrone Watson, New Mexico State – 1.3

Tyler Murray, Wagner – 1.3

Jared Mintz, Lafayette – 1.3

Tristan Thompson, Texas – 1.3

Eric Kibi, Ark-Little Rock – 1.3

 

Blocks

Tristan Thompson, Texas – 2.4

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 2.2

Jamie Vanderbeken, Iowa State – 2.1

Rob Sacre, Gonzaga – 1.7

Djim Bandoumel, Idaho – 1.2

Yann Charles, Robert Morris – 1.0

Marc Trasolini, Santa Clara – 9.0

Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina – 0.7

Maurice Walker, Minnesota – 0.7

Jordan Bachynski, Arizona State – 0.6

 

Field Goal Percentage (at least 3 made FGs per game)

Melvin Ejim, Iowa State – 69.0

Jordan Bachynski, Arizona State – 66.7

Dwight Powell, Stanford – 66.7

Kelly Olynyk, Gonzaga – 63.3

Marc Trasolini, Santa Clara – 60.9

Jasonn Hannibal, Portland – 59.1

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 57.4

Imad Qahwash, Central Arkansas – 56.5

Yann Charles, Robert Morris – 55.6

Olu Ashoalu, Louisiana Tech – 54.9

 

Free Throw Percentage (at least 10 made FTs or 2 att per game)

Tyler Murray, Wagner – 92.3

Riley Barker, Portand – 90.9

Laurent Rivard, Harvard – 90.9

Diego Kapelan, McNeese State – 88.9

Jared Mintz, Lafayette – 86.5

Jon House, Belmont – 84.6

Kyle Johnson, Long Island – 84.2

Keaton Cole, Western Carolina – 83.3

Dwight Powell, Stanford – 82.6

Alex Johnson, Cal-Bakerfield

 

3 PT Percentage (at least one made three per game)

Hernst Laroche, New Mexico State – 58.3

Kyle Johnson, Long Island – 55.6

Murphy Burnatowski, Maine – 50.0

Tyler Murray, Wagner - 48.3

Nemanja Mitrovic, Portland – 47.6

Jamie Vanderbeken, Iowa State – 47.1

Imad Qahwash, Central Arkansas – 46.2

Diego Kapelan, McNeese State – 45.5

Roger Dugas, Elon – 44.8

Melvin Ejim, Iowa State – 42.9

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