Brooklyn, N.Y. – Long Island University freshman Jason Brickman was named Choice Hotels/Northeast Conference co-Rookie of the Week in men's basketball on Monday. Brickman helped the Blackbirds to a pair of non-conference wins en route to claiming his first weekly league honor.
Brickman played a key role in a pair of road wins for Long Island over the holiday break. He averaged 14.0 points and 8.0 assists, while shooting 57.1 percent from the field and 53.8 percent (7-of-13) from three-point range.
Coming off the bench, Brickman scored a career-high 15 points and matched a personal-best with seven assists in an 89-82 win at NJIT on Dec. 28. He went on to play a career-high 32 minutes in a 96-86 triumph over Navy on Dec. 30. Brickman tallied eight points with six assists to help the Blackbirds build a 14-point cushion at the break and finished with a career-high nine assists and five rebounds to go with 13 points.
The 5-foot-10 guard has now scored in double-figures and distributed at least seven assists in each of the last three games, shooting 66.7 percent from the field and 62.5 on three-pointers (10-16) in that stretch. On the year, he ranks second among NEC freshman and sixth overall with 4.3 assists per game. He is also third in the league with a 2.24 assist-to-turnover ratio and is chipping in 5.6 points per game.
LIU (9-4, 1-1 NEC) returns to action at Bryant on Thursday, Jan. 6.
UC Irvine 85, Cal St.-Fullerton 78
-Isiah Umipig scored 19 for the Titans.
Jan. 5, 2011
St. Bonaventure 68 - AR Little Rock 55
Matthew Wright - 2 pts 2 rebs in 13 mins
UC Irvine 85 - CSU Fullerton 78
Isaiah Umipig - 19 pts 1 reb 1 ast 1 stl in 19 mins
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Watch Banchero today 12:30 PM (Friday January 7, 2011) Manila just started 8:30 PM pacific time SPU at Alaska Fairbanks
OPPS bad luck. he played well but fall hard. Just hope is not a serious injury.
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Where's Gian Chiu now?
Oberlin College 2010-2011 Men's Basketball Roster
# Image Full Name Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown / High School
1 Josh Merritt Jr. PG 5-8 172 San Francisco, Calif. / International
3 Kyle Oblinger Fr. G 6-1 150 Boulder, Co. / Peak to Peak Charter
4 Geoff Simpson Fr. G/F 6-5 175 Simsbury, Conn. / Simsbury
12 Emmanuel Lewis Fr. G 5-8 160 Lambertville, N.J. / Solebury
13 Pat Bernhard Sr. G 6-1 175 Sleepy Hollow, Ill. / Dundee-Crown
20 Jacob Goldstein Jr. G 6-0 175 Evanston, Ill. / Roycemore
24 Trey Levy Fr. F/C 6-5 235 Stuart, Fla. / Jensen Beach
25 Mazi Farris Jr. G/F 6-4 165 Chicago, Ill. / Jones College Prep
31 Andrew Fox So. G/F 6-3 205 Tempe, Ariz. / Corona Del Sol
32 Derrick Sant Fr. G 6-1 165 White Lake, Mich. / Our Lady of the Lakes
33 Hal Sundt Jr. G/F 6-3 175 Rochester, Minn. / Rochester Mayo
34 Charlie Crawford-Silva So. G/F 6-3 165 West Hartford, Conn. / Hall
35 James Tompsett Sr. F/C 6-7 210 Chicago, Ill. / Middlesex (Mass.)
55 Danny Enright Jr. C 6-7 250 Novi, Mich. / Novi
Isaiah Cavaco Head Men's Basketball Coach
Brett Nichols Associate Head Men's Basketball Coach
Mitch Gillam Assistant Men's Basketball Coach
nice game for Stephen Holt today vs Loyola Marymount!
15pts, 3reb, 1ast, 2stls, 2/2 three-points, 5/5 free throws in 27 minutes
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