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The NC-Double-Eh Stat Leaders - Week 2

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In an effort to get you more info on the guys playing in the NC-Double-Eh, here are the stat leaders for the week ending Nov. 20.  Technically this is week 2 so it's marked as such so enjoy ...

Please note that these stats were compiled eariler this morning and may not have been updated to include the games played late Sunday.

 

NC-Double-Eh Stat Leaders

Scoring

Ty Nurse, Texas Tech – 22.0

Justin Edwards, Maine – 22.0

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 21.5

Kevin Pangos, Gonzaga – 18.7

Robert Sacre, Gonzaga – 17.7

Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina – 14.5

Tyler Murray, Wagner – 14.3

Kris Joseph, Syracuse – 13.5

Jahenns Manigat, Creighton – 13.0

Christian Kabongo, New Mexico State – 13.0

 

Rebounding

Robert Sacre, Gonzaga – 10.0

Taevaunn Prince, South Dakota State – 7.7

Justin Edwards, Maine – 7.0

Nem Mitrovic, Portland – 5.7

Liam McMorrow, Tennessee Tech – 5.7

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 5.5

Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina – 5.3

Alwayne Bigby, Northeastern – 5.3

Dane Smith, Tennessee-Martin – 5.0

Adam Folker, UC Irvine – 5.0

 

 

Assists

Junior Cadougan, Marquette – 6.5

Myck Kabongo, Texas – 6.3

Hernst Laroche, New Mexico State – 4.3

Christian Kabongo, New Mexico State – 3.7

Nik Cochran, Davidson – 3.7

Kevin Pangos, Gonzaga – 3.3

Alex Johnson, NC State – 3.3

Matthew Wright, St. Bonaventure – 3.0

Tyrone Watson, New Mexico State – 3.0

Four players tied with 2.7

 

 

Steals

Justin Edwards, Maine – 3.5

Myck Kabongo, Texas – 2.7

Dylan Ennis, Rice – 2.3

Jahenns Manigat, Creighton – 2.0

Keaton Cole, Western Carolina – 1.8

Jason Calliste, Detroit – 1.7

Daniel Mullings, New Mexico State – 1.7

Alex Johnson, NC State – 1.5

Carlyle Francis, Binghamton – 1.5

Nik Cochran, Davidson – 1.3

 

Blocks

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 3.0

Justin Edwards, Maine – 2.0

Robert Sacre, Gonzaga – 1.7

Liam McMorrow, Tennessee Tech – 1.3

Djim Bandoumel, Idaho – 1.0

Jordan Bachynski, Arizona State – 1.0

Alwayne Bigby, Northeastern – 0.7

Khem Birch, Pitt – 0.7

Carlyle Francis, Binghamton – 0.5

Matthew Wright, St. Bonaventure – 0.5

 

Field Goal % (minimum two field goals made per game)

Jordan Bachynski, Arizona State – 1.000

Dwight Powell, Stanford - .714

Djim Bandoumel, Idaho - .643

Justin Edwards, Maine - .607

Tyrone Watson, New Mexico State - .600

Dane Smith, Tennessee-Martin - .591

Daniel Mullings, New Mexico State - .583

Laurent Rivard, Harvard - .583

Adam Folker, UC Irvine - .583

Two tied with .571

 

Free Throw % (minimum two attempts per game)

Djim Bandoumel, Idaho – 1.000

Brady Heslip, Baylor – 1.000

Bryson Johnson, Bucknell – 1.000

Ty Nurse, Texas Tech - .933

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – .909

Nik Cochran, Davidson - .909

Kevin Pangos, Gonzaga - .889

Justin Edwards, Maine - .875

Jahenns Manigat, Creighton - .875

Robert Sacre, Gonzaga – .854

 

3-PT Field Goal % (minimum two attempts per game)

Tyler Murray, Wagner – .647

Kevin Pangos, Gonzaga - .632

Laurent Rivard, Harvard - .600

Justin Edwards, Maine - .500

Jahenns Manigat, Creighton - .500

Jason Calliste, Detroit – .500

Kris Joseph, Syracuse - .467

Ty Nurse, Texas Tech - .429

Dylan Ennis, Rice - .429

Stefan Cvrkalj, Lehigh - .429

 

Minutes

Ty Nurse, Texas Tech – 35.5

Andrew Nicholson, St. Bonaventure – 33.5

Hernst Laroche, New Mexico State – 33.3

Tyler Murray, Wagner – 31.5

Kevin Pangos, Gonzaga – 31.0

Bryson Johnson, Bucknell – 31.0

Alex Johnson, NC State – 30.5

Robert Sacre, Gonzaga – 29.3

Myck Kabongo, Texas – 29.0

Keaton Cole, Western Carolina – 28.8