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10

Month in Review – April 5

John Mapiou hoop-bound. Photo: New Mexico Military Institute

Standout Performances

John Mapiou has put in solid all-round performances for the New Mexico Military Institute Broncos over the last month, with game-topping stats for rebounds, assists and steals.

Averaging 6.5 points and 4.3 rebounds per game, John is sitting relatively high in national rankings for steals and offensive rebounds.

The NMMI Broncos have now finished their season, finishing with a 6-12 record (5-9 in Conference play) .

Stuart Phair‘s Sage College Gators have met with mixed success this season, but Stuart has been contributing in points and on the boards, as well as having a ‘block party’ with game topping blocks (four) in two of his games last month.  In each of these games he also topped his team in points or rebounds.

Other Updates

Photo: Cairns Post

Photo: Cairns Post

Tad Dufelmeier, who spent four years on the CBR2USA website as he studied and played at Salt Lake City Community College and—later—Concordia University Irvine, has been easing his way into the NBL rotation with the Cairns Taipans.  In his second year with the Taipans, Tad started as a development player and is currently slotted into their roster as an injury replacement.

CBR2USA wishes Tad the best of luck in his pursuit of a professional NBL career.

 

JUNIORS

CALLIE BOURNE

After losing to #4 Kentucky in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, Callie’s Junior season has come to and end. Featuring consistently at the top of the stats sheet for rebounds, Callie finished with averages of 10 points and 8.5 rebounds per game. The ISU Bengals had a stellar season, finishing as Big Sky Conference champions with a 22-4 record (15-2 in conference play).

W-LScoreDateVSPTSREBASTBLST
W66-509-Mar-21Portland State78 G7 G11
W65-5510-Mar-21Northern Colorado12 =T10 T5--
W84-4912-Mar-21Idaho832--
L63-7121-Mar-21Kentucky1010 G1-3
STUART PHAIR
W-LScoreDateVSPTSREBASTBLST
L68-10014-Mar-21St John Fisher14 T5-4 G-
W58-5417-Mar-21Elmira68 G-1-
L84-8719-Mar-21Nazareth College128 T-4 G-
L79-9121-Mar-21Keuka147111
W59-4323-Mar-21Elmira62-21
L44-5925-Mar-21Utica45---
L65-7826-Mar-21Utica66---

SOPHOMORES

ISABELLE BOURNE

After losing in the second round of the Big Ten Conference Tournament to Maryland, Isabelle Bourne‘s Nebraska University Huskers attended the Women’s National Invitational Tournament (WNIT) where they were also knocked out in the second round.  The Huskers finished the season with a 13-13 record (9-10 in Conference Play).

Issie had a brilliant season which included many accolades.  She averaged 13.6 points and 7.5 rebounds and was International Player of the Year Semifinalist (World Exposure Report, 2021).

W-LScoreDateVSPTSREBASTBLST
W72-6110-Mar-21Minnesota1472--
L73-8311-Mar-21Maryland1352--
W72-4619-Mar-21UT Martin138 =G3-1
L71-7520-Mar-21Colorado1035 T-1
JOHN MAPIOU
W-LScoreDateVSPTSREBASTBLST
W100-978-Mar-21Clarendon756 G-3 =G
L71-8115-Mar-21South Plains3-1-1
W95-6718-Mar-21Midland744 G13 G
L65-8720-Mar-21South Plains-41-1
W101-9022-Mar-21Frank Phillips610 G1--
W86-8525-Mar-21Western Texas183---
L82-9227-Mar-21Clarendon12111--
L69-7829-Mar-21Odessa1251-2 T
L65-784-Apr-21Frank Phillips41-11
AJ RODRIGUEZ
W-LScoreDateVSPTSREBASTBLST
W67-628-Mar-21Seminole State-1---
W86-8215-Mar-21NE Oklahoma3----
L68-6920-Mar-21Connors State3----
W72-6022-Mar-21Connors State-----
W81-7125-Mar-21Redlands CC-----
W79-6927-Mar-21NE Oklahoma-----
W89-731-Apr-21W Oklahoma311--

FRESHMEN

DHAL FIEG
W-LScoreDateVSPTSREBASTBLST
L83-8520-Mar-21Gordon State-----
L72-8325-Mar-21East Georgia State-----
ABBY SOLWAY
W-LScoreDateVSPTSREBASTBLST
W47-4511-Mar-21Albany Tech22--2
W100-5813-Mar-21Albany Tech1111-1
W84-5416-Mar-21East Georgia911-1
W63-6219-Mar-21East Georgia3----
W71-6320-Mar-21East Georgia11---
W63-602-Apr-21East Georgia11--1
W80-713-Apr-21Georgia Highlands-----

(Apologies for any errors or omissions. Please let me know of corrections required.)

Story: Cathy Morison