Saint Augustine’s freshman Quincy January was named CIAA Men’s Basketball Rookie of the Year by the CIAA Sports Information Directors’ Association.
January is a big reason why the surprising Falcons are tied for third in the Southern Division with one game left in the regular season. The Falcons were picked to finish sixth by the CIAA coaches in the preseason.
January leads the CIAA in field goal percentage (65.0) and ranks seventh nationally in Division II in offensive rebounds per game (3.71). He ranks third on the team in scoring (10.9) and first in rebounding (7.1). The 6-foot-7 forward was voted CIAA Men’s Basketball Rookie of the Week four times which led all freshmen in the conference. He is well-known around the league for his rim-rattling dunks.
Shaw: Shaw released the 2015 schedule highlighting the University’s 150th anniversary. This year’s schedule features six games away and four home competitions. The home games include the 150th Homecoming anniversary game on November 7 against crosstown rival Saint Augustine’s.
Last season, the Bears finished the season at 3-7 overall and 2-5 in the CIAA.
Duke: The No. 16 suffered its second setback in Florida, falling 4-0 to No. 10 Stanford. The Blue Devils were dealt their fifth consecutive loss and fall to 4-5 overall.
N.C. State: The Wolfpack dropped a 6-1 decision at William and Mary at the McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center in the first road match of the year.
Duke: The men’s game at Stony Brook originally scheduled to be played Feb. 22 at noon will be rescheduled because of weather. The snow storm currently affecting the Baltimore area has canceled many flights, including Duke’s.
UNC: The fourth-ranked men jumped out to a five-goal first half lead before fending off a pair of second half rallies to beat No. 9 Johns Hopkins 13-11 at Navy Field.