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NC-Double-Eh Stats - The Wrap Up

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We waited until the last college game was played to post this up so with the NC-Double-Eh season officially over, we serve you the last stat leaders for this year.  There are few surprises for sure ...

Now you can have that argument that you've been waiting for all this time.  Please note that some stats required minimum amounts for them to be included so if you think a guy should be up here because he shot 100% from three (Rob Sacre), remember that he may have only taken one three all season.  If you would like other stats, please feel free to comment and ask for them and we'll do our best to accommadate the request. 

 

Points

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 16.4

Jared Mintz, Lafayette – 14.1

Maurice Joseph, Vermont – 13.9

Marc Trasolini, Santa Clara – 13.7

Diego Kapelan, McNeese State – 12.6

Andy Rautins, Syracuse – 12.1

Kyle Johnson, Long Island – 11.5

Kai Williams, South Dakota State – 11.1

Papa Oppong, Eastern Kentucky – 11.0

Kris Joseph, Syracuse – 10.8

 

Rebounds

Olu Ashaolu, Louisiana Tech – 8.1

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 7.1

Kyle Johnson, Long Island – 6.6

Kai Williams, South Dakota State – 6.4

Marc Trasolini, Santa Clara – 6.1

Jared Mintz, Lafayette – 5.7

Kris Joseph, Syracuse – 5.5

Rob Sacre, Gonzaga – 5.4

Willie Galick, Cal-Northridge – 4.9

Imad Qawash, Central Arkansas – 4.9

 

Assists

Andy Rautins, Syracuse – 4.9

Hernst Laroche, New Mexico State – 3.7

Tyler Murray, Wagner – 3.0

Devoe Joseph, Minnesota – 3.0

Imad Qawash, Central Arkansas – 2.5

Chretien Lukusa, Binghamton – 2.3

Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina – 2.3

Jared Mintz, Lafayette – 2.1

Will Archambault, Davidson – 1.9

Jon House, Belmont – 1.9

 

Steals

Andy Rautins, Syracuse – 2.0

Hernst Laroche, New Mexico State – 1.4

Kris Joseph, Syracuse – 1.4

Papa Oppong, Eastern Kentucky – 1.4

Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina – 1.3

Imad Qawash, Central Arkansas – 1.1

Chretien Lukusa, Binghamton – 1.1

Murphy Burnatowski, Maine – 1.1

Kabangu Tshing Kasamba, Chicago State – 1.1

Two tied with 1 steal

 

Blocks

Rob Sacre, Gonzaga – 1.9

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 1.8

Marc Trasolini, Santa Clara – 1.6

Paul Campbell, Hawaii – 1.0

Murphy Burnatowski, Maine – 0.6

Mike Allison, Maine – 0.5

Three tied with 0.4 blocks

 

Field Goal Percentage (average five FG attempts per game)

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 56.4%

Jared Mintz, Lafayette – 53.7%

Olu Ashoalu, Louisiana Tech – 53.4%

Marc Trasolini, Santa Clara – 53.2%

Rob Sacre, Gonzaga – 52.6%

Kai Williams, South Dakota State – 52.3%

Kris Joseph, Syracuse – 49.0%

Max Boudreau, Buffalo – 48.9%

Papa Oppong, Eastern Kentucky – 48.2%

Willie Galick, Cal-Northridge – 47.0%

 

Free Throw Percentage (Average two attempts per game)

Jared Mintz, Lafayette – 87.3%

Maurice Joseph, Vermont – 84.8%

Bryson Johnson, Bucknell – 84.0%

Andy Rautins, Syracuse – 81.5%

Max Boudreau, Buffalo – 81.0%

Marc Trasolini, Santa Clara – 78.2%

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 76.0%

Kyle Johnson, Long Island – 75.0%

Kris Joseph, Syracuse – 74.8%

Devoe Joseph, Minnesota – 73.3%

 

3-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum three attempts per game)

Papa Oppong, Eastern Kentucky – 44.9%

Tyler Murray, Wagner – 41.9%

Andy Rautins, Syracuse – 40.7%

Diego Kapelan, McNeese State – 40.2%

Devoe Joseph, Minnesota – 38.8%

Will Archambault, Davidson – 37.8%

Maurice Joseph, Vermont – 37.4%

Kyle Johnson, Long Island – 34.7

Bryson Johnson, Bucknell – 32.8%

Kabangu Tshing Kasamba, Chicago State – 28.1%

 

Minutes

Chretien Lukusa, Binghamton – 33.9

Andy Rautins, Syracuse – 32.5

Hernst Laroche, New Mexico State – 31.9

Kyle Johnson, Long Island – 30.5

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 30.2

Tyler Murray, Wagner – 30.1

Marc Trasolini, Santa Clara – 29.3

Maurice Joseph, Vermont – 29.2

Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina – 28.4

Kai Williams, South Dakota State – 28.0