Ephs still 2nd in D3Hoops.com/Advance ticket sale info for NESCAC Tourney

James Wang '12
James Wang '12

 

MINNEAPOLIS – Wins over Trinity and Amherst at home to close out the regular season at 23-1 has left the Williams College men's basketball team ranked second in the nation in the latest D3Hoops.com poll.

Junior guard James Wang led the Ephs in both victories and collected conference Player of the week honors for the second time this season. Wang netted a career high 33 in the 74-70 win over Amherst on Saturday. All but nine of Wang's points came in almost impressive offensive display in the first half.

Next up for the Ephs is a home game on Saturday versus Bowdoin in the first round of the NESCAC Tournament at 2:00 p.m. in Chandler Gym

See below for advance ticket sale info.

The D3hoops.com Top 25

#   School (1st votes)       Rec   Pts   Prev.

1   Whitworth (21)               23-0   621    1

2   Williams (4)                   23-1   602    2

3   Augustana                     22-1   560    5

4   Middlebury                    20-1   548    7

5   Wooster                        21-2   498    4

6   UW-Stevens Point          20-3   497    8

7   Virginia Wesleyan          20-2   474    6

8   Amherst                       21-2   443    3

9   Randolph-Macon           20-4   405   11

10  WPI                            20-3   365   12

11  St. Thomas                 19-3   362    9

12  UW-River Falls             19-4   347   10

13  Marietta                      21-2   312   18

14  Eastern Mennonite       18-4   308   16

15  Franklin and Marshall   19-4   218   21

16  Chapman                    19-3   197   20

17  Wittenberg                  17-5   157   25

18  Wabash                       17-5   153   13

19  St. Mary's (Md.)           19-5   148   15

20  Western Connecticut    19-4   142   14

21  Ferrum                       21-3   133   19

22  Rochester                   18-4   133   --

23  Centre                       17-4   113   24

24  St. Norbert                 17-5    86   17

25  Concordia (Wis.)         20-3    42   --

Dropped out: No. 22 Ramapo, No. 23 Illinois Wesleyan

Others receiving votes: Becker 40, Emory 35, Hope 31, Ramapo 26, Manchester 21, Oswego State 20, Lewis and Clark 19, Penn State-Behrend 17, Illinois Wesleyan 14, La Roche 11, Hanover 10, Texas-Dallas 9, New Jersey City 4, North Carolina Wesleyan 4, Carleton 2, Salem State 1.

The D3hoops.com Top 25 is voted on by a panel of 25 coaches, Sports Information Directors and media members from across the country, and is published weekly.

Brian Emerson '12


Advance Sale for NESCAC Basketball Tourney Games at Williams this Saturday

WILLIAMSTOWN, MA – Fans wishing to buy tickets in advance for the men's and women's NESCAC Basketball Tournament games at Williams College on Saturday will need to go the Lasell Gym lobby  (Spring Street entrance) on Thursday.

The hours of the ticket sales will be from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. and from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.

Each ticket is good for admission to both games on Saturday.

Ticket prices:

Adults:     $5.00

Seniors:   $3.00

Students w/ID & Children:   $2.00

The doors to Chandler Gym will open at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday.

Men's Game:

2:00 p.m. – Williams vs. Bowdoin

Women's Game:

4:00 p.m. – Williams vs. Tufts

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