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More 2003-04 Men's Basketball Stories

Jeffs Headed to Salem, Virginia for First-Ever NCAA Division III Final Four Appearance
March 15 - With a decisive 82-70 win over NCAA sectional host Franklin & Marshall College in the national quarterfinals, the Amherst menís basketball team advanced to its first-ever NCAA Division III Final Four, where itíll take on a familiar foe, NESCAC and Little Three rival Williams College, this Friday at 6 p.m. at the Salem (Va.) Civic Center. The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and John Carroll University will meet in Fridayís other national semifinal (8 p.m.) with a berth in Saturdayís (4:36 p.m.) national championship game at stake. Fridayís semifinal losers will play a consolation game Saturday at 2 p.m. Full Preview, Ticket & Broadcast Info

Fifth-Ranked Jeffs Earn First-Ever Trip to NCAA Final Four with 82-70 Win at Franklin & Marshall
March 13 - The fifth-ranked Amherst menís basketball team earned its first bid in school history to the NCAA Div. III Tournament Final Four with its 82-70 victory over sectional host Franklin & Marshall College (F&M) on Saturday night. Amherst senior John Donovan tied a career-high with 25 points on 7-for-11 shooting from the field, including 5-of-9 from three-point land, as the Jeffs will travel to the Salem (VA) Civic Center this Friday to face top-ranked defending national champion Williams College, which beat visiting Keene State College 79-64 in its sectional championship, in the national semifinals. Full Story

Fifth-Ranked Jeffs Cruise to 92-74 Victory Over New Jersey City in NCAA Sectional Semifinals
March 12 - The Amherst menís basketball team advanced to the NCAA Div. III Sectional Finals (Round of eight) with a 92-74 victory over New Jersey City University (NJCU) in the sectional semifinals, hosted by Franklin & Marshall College on Friday night. The Jeffs placed six players in double figures as they shot a scorching 60.7% from the field, including 70.8% (17-for24) shooting in the second half. They move on to play ninth-ranked host Franklin & Marshall, which bested visiting Gwynedd-Mercy College 92-74 in the other semifinal matchup, Saturday at 7 p.m. with a trip to the national semifinals and championship game - held March 21-22 at the Salem (VA) Civic Center - at stake. Full Story

Fifth-Ranked Jeffs to Play N.J. City in Friday's NCAA Sectionals, Hosted by Franklin & Marshall
March 8 - The NCAA Division III Menís Basketball Championship Tournament is down to 16 teams and sites and times for sectional play were announced on Sunday. Fifth-ranked Amherst (25-3) - which advanced to the Round of 16 for the third straight season with Saturdayís 113-85 second-round win over visiting Plymouth State - will travel to Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Penn., to take on New Jersey City University (22-6) Friday at 6 p.m., followed by an 8 p.m. sectional game between host Franklin & Marshall (25-3) and Gwynedd-Mercy College (24-2). The winners will meet Saturday at 7 p.m. with a trip to the national semifinals and championship game - held March 21-22 at the Salem (VA) Civic Center - at stake. Full Story

Fifth-Ranked Jeffs Pound Plymouth State in NCAA Second Round
March 6 - Fifth-ranked Amherst shot 50.8% overall and a scorching 54.2% from three-point range en route to a one-sided 113-85 win over visiting Plymouth State University in the second round of the NCAA Division III Menís Basketball Tournament on Saturday. With the win, Amherst, which improved to 25-3 on the season and 6-0 all-time in home NCAA Tournament games, advances to the NCAA Sectionals (Round of 16) for the third consecutive year, where theyíll face New Jersey City University (22-6) at a site to be determined. Full Story

Opponent Set for Saturday; Men's Basketball to Host Plymouth State in NCAA Tournament Second Round
March 5 - The Amherst menís basketball team will host Plymouth State University in the second round of the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament Saturday night at 7:00. The Jeffs - who have never lost an NCAA Tournament game at LeFrak Gymnasium (5-0) - drew one of 16 first-round byes, while PSU advanced to the second round with Thursday nightís 75-57 home win over Castleton State. Full Story

Harper Named NESCAC Men's Basketball Defensive Player of the Year for Second Straight Season, Schiel Second-Team All-NESCAC
March 2 - Amherst senior guard Adam Harper was named the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Defensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season and First-Team All-NESCAC on Tuesday, while junior forward Andrew Schiel was voted Second-Team All-NESCAC by the conferenceís head coaches. Full Story

Fourth-Ranked Jeffs Draw First-Round Bye, Second-Round Home Game in NCAA Tournament
March 1 - The fourth-ranked Amherst menís basketball team drew an at-large bid and one of 16 first-round byes in the upcoming NCAA Division III Menís Basketball Championship Tournament, for which pairings were announced on Sunday night. The Jeffs, who fell at No. 1-ranked Williams College 79-67 in the NESCAC Championship game, will host an NCAA second-round game this Saturday at 7 p.m. against the winner of Thursdayís first-round matchup between Castleton State and Plymouth State. Full Story

Top-Ranked Williams Claims Second Straight NESCAC Men's Basketball Championship With 79-67 Win Over Fourth-Ranked Jeffs
February 29 - Top-ranked Williams College became the first No. 1 seed in the history of the NESCAC Tournament to win the conference championship with its 79-67 victory over the visiting fourth-ranked Amherst menís basketball team on Sunday. Williams senior Ben Coffin led the Ephs with a game-high 26 points and 16 rebounds as they won their second-consecutive conference championship, improved to 26-1 and earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Amherst falls to 24-3 with their second-straight NESCAC Championship loss to Williams and awaits word of an at large bid. NCAA pairings will be announced Sunday night at 10:30 p.m. Full Story

Lee Torches No. 15 Trinity for 27, Leads Jeffs to 87-78 Win in NESCAC Semifinals
February 28 - Junior point guard Russell Lee torched 15th-ranked and second-seeded Trinity College for a career-high 27 points as the Amherst menís basketball team held off a late surge to earn an 87-78 victory in the NESCAC Tournament Semifinals on Saturday, hosted by Williams College. The Bantams rallied to cut a 18 point, second-half lead to just four, 80-76, in the final minute of the game, but the Jeffs netted clutch free throws down the stretch to advance to their fourth consecutive NESCAC Championship game tomorrow at noon. They will face the winner of this afternoonís matchup between top-seeded host Williams College and fifth-seeded Bates College with an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament at stake. Full Story

Fourth-Ranked Jeffs to Play 15th-Ranked Trinity in Saturday's NESCAC Tournament Semifinals, Hosted by Williams
February 25 - The NESCAC Menís Basketball Tournament is down to four teams and times and ticket prices were announced on Tuesday. Fourth-ranked and third-seeded Amherst (23-2), which advanced to the NESCAC Final Four with Saturdayís 97-65 first-round win over Wesleyan, will travel to Williams to take on 15th-ranked and second-seeded Trinity Saturday at 2 p.m., followed by a 4 p.m. semifinal game between host Williams (24-1), which enters the weekend as the No. 1 team in the nation, and fifth-seeded Bates (18-7). Full Story

Donovan Named NESCAC Men's Basketball Player of the Week
February 23 - Amherst senior sharpshooter John Donovan was named the NESCAC Menís Basketball Player of the Week on Monday after pouring in a team-high 21 points in Saturdayís 97-65 NESCAC Tournament first-round win over visiting Wesleyan University. Donovanís offensive outburst included a 5-for-7 showing from three-point range as the fourth-ranked Jeffs shattered the conference record for points in a NESCAC Tournament game. Full Story

Donovan, Jeffs Bomb Wesleyan in NESCAC Quarterfinals
February 21 - Behind 21 points from senior sharpshooter John Donovan, the third-seeded Amherst menís basketball team set a conference record for points in a NESCAC Tournament game with a convincing 97-65 first-round win over visiting No. 6 seed Wesleyan University on Saturday. Amherst, 23-2 overall and ranked fourth nationally, advances to next Saturdayís NESCAC Tournament semifinals at top-seeded Williams College, where theyíll take on the No. 2 seed, 10th-ranked Trinity College. Trinity advanced with a 72-57 victory over seventh-seeded Tufts University. Full Story

Fourth-Ranked and Third Seeded Jeffs to Host Sixth-Seeded Wesleyan in NESCAC Tournament Quarterfinals
February 19 - The fourth-ranked, third-seeded Amherst menís basketball team will begin its quest for a third NESCAC Championship in the last four years and fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament this Saturday at 3 p.m. with a NESCAC Tournament quarterfinal matchup against visiting sixth-seeded Wesleyan University. Ticket prices are $3 for adults and $1 for students with valid ID. Admission is free for children under 10. Full Preview

Eighth-Ranked Jeffs Survive Regular-Season Finale, Down Wesleyan 80-77
February 14 - The eighth-ranked Amherst menís basketball team saw a 24-point halftime lead cut to just one point in the final minute but hung on for a narrow 80-77 victory at NESCAC and Little Three rival Wesleyan University in its regular-season finale at on Saturday. With the win, the Jeffs (22-2/7-2 NESCAC) secured the No. 3 seed in the NESCAC Postseason Championship Tournament, where theyíll host a familiar opponent, sixth-seeded Wesleyan, in a first-round game next Saturday (Feb. 21) at 3 p.m. Full Story

No. 8 Jeffs Crush Conn. College, 103-68
February 13 - The eighth-ranked Amherst menís basketball team crushed NESCAC host Connecticut College on Friday night, 103-68. The Jeffs placed five players in double figures led by senior tri-captain Tim Jones, who scored a career-high 21 points on 9-for-10 shooting and grabbed six boards. Amherst improved to 21-2 (6-2 NESCAC) and moved into a tie for second place in the conference with Trinity College. Full Story

No. 8 Jeffs Rebound with 90-61 Win at Brandeis
February 10 - The Amherst menís basketball team, which dropped from third to eighth in this weekís D3hoops.com national rankings after a 68-66 loss to sixth-ranked Trinity College, rebounded on Tuesday with a 90-61 win at non-league foe Brandeis University. Junior forward Andrew Schiel led the way with 17 points on 7-for-12 shooting as Amherst improved to 20-2, just three victories shy of the school record for wins in a season. Full Story

Third-Ranked Jeffs Upset by No. 10 Trinity, 68-66
February 7 - With sole possession of second place in the NESCAC at stake, the third-ranked Amherst menís basketball team saw a 13-point second half lead fall by the wayside in a heartbreaking 68-66 upset loss to visiting 10th-ranked Trinity College on Saturday. Rookie forward Robert Taylor gave Trinity the lead for good with an offensive putback with 1:29 remaining. Amherst senior John Donovan had a chance to win the game with a three-pointer in the waning seconds but was rejected by Trinity junior John Halas as time expired. Full Story

Third-Ranked Jeffs Halt Colby-Sawyer 32-Game Home Winning Streak, 89-66
February 5 - The third-ranked Amherst menís basketball team overcame an early 11-0 deficit to upend non-league foe Colby-Sawyer College 89-66 on Thursday, ending the Chargersí 32-game home winning streak. The Jeffs, now 19-1 overall, outrebounded Colby-Sawyer 50-27, including a 22-6 margin on the offensive glass, while guards John Donovan and junior Russell Lee paced the offense with 18 points apiece. Full Story

Third-Ranked Jeffs Hold Off Bates, 71-57
January 31 - The third-ranked Amherst menís basketball team saw a 22-point halftime lead dwindle down to just seven points in the final minutes, but held on for a nerve-racking 71-57 win over visiting NESCAC foe Bates College on Saturday afternoon. Junior forward Andrew Schiel led five Amherst players in double figures with 13 points, including a clutch three-pointer with the shot clock winding down to push the lead back to double digits with 1:38 left in regulation. Full Story

Third-Ranked Jeffs Hammer Tufts, 99-54
January 30 - The third-ranked Amherst menís basketball team jumped out to a 30-point halftime lead en route to a lopsided 99-54 win over visiting NESCAC rival Tufts University on Friday night. The Jeffs improved to 17-1 overall and 4-1 in conference play, placing four players in double figures, led by senior tri-captain Tim Jones and junior forward Andrew Schiel, who finished with 15 points apiece. Jones added game highs of six rebounds and four blocks. Full Story

Harper Cracks 1,000-Point Plateau, Third-Ranked Jeffs Squeak Past Westfield State, 70-64
January 27 - Amherst senior guard Adam Harper cracked the career 1,000-point plateau on Tuesday night, leading the third-ranked Jeffs (16-1) to a hard-fought 70-64 non-league win at Westfield State College (8-7). Harper, the 2002-03 NESCAC Defensive Player of the Year, notched his 1,000th point on an offensive putback off a John Donovan miss early in the second half. Full Story

D3hoops.com to Rebroadcast Amherst-Williams Game
January 26 - Tonight (Monday, Jan. 26) at 7:30 p.m. EST, D3hoops.com will air an encore presentation of its live Webcast of Saturdayís Amherst-Williams game. Williams won 84-80 in overtime after tying the game with a dramatic three-pointer in the final seconds of regulation. This is the first time D3hoops.com has ever rebroadcast its audio feed for a menís or womenís basketball game.

Top-Ranked Jeffs Fall at Third-Ranked Williams in Overtime
January 24 - Williams junior Tucker Kain knotted the score at 68-68 with a three-pointer in the final seconds of regulation and scored 13 of his game-high 29 points in overtime to lead the third-ranked Ephs to a come-from-behind 84-80 win over previously undefeated and No. 1 ranked Amherst in front of a standing-room only crowd on Saturday. The visiting Jeffs had a chance to ice the game from the free throw line with 25 seconds left in the second half, but the front end of a 1-and-1 rimmed out, setting the stage for Kainís game-tying heroics. Full Story

Schiel Leads Top-Ranked Men's Basketball Past Middlebury, Jeffs Improve to 15-0 With 91-67 Victory
January 23 - Junior sharpshooter Andrew Schiel splashed five three-pointers in six attempts en route to a game-high 22 points as the No. 1 ranked Amherst College menís basketball team improved to 15-0 (3-0 NESCAC), equaling its longest-ever winning streak with a 91-67 win at NESCAC rival Middlebury College (9-5/0-2) on Friday night. The win sets up a key NESC AC matchup at third-ranked Williams College on Saturday, with first place in the conference standings at stake. Amherst downed Williams 78-62 in a non-league tilt earlier this season. Full Story

No.1 Ranked Jeffs Off to Best-Ever Start, Improve to 14-0 With 79-47 Win at Elms
January 20 - The Amherst men's basketball team, ranked No. 1 in the nation in the latest D3hoops.com poll, improved to a perfect 14-0 and set a new school record for consecutive wins to start a season with Tuesday night's 79-47 non-league victory at Elms College. Senior guard Adam Harper led the way with a game-high 14 points on 6-for-8 shooting. Full Story

Undefeated Jeffs Assume Top Spot in National Rankings
January 20 - The Amherst menís basketball team rose to No. 1 in the latest D3hoops.com national rankings, which were released Tuesday morning. At 13-0 entering tonightís non-league matchup at Elms College, the Jeffs have equaled their best-ever start and are just two wins shy of their longest-ever winning streak. This is the first time an Amherst menís team has risen to the top spot in the national rankings in any sport. Full Story

Second-Ranked Jeffs Equal Best-Ever Start, Improve to 13-0 with 93-63 Win Over Bowdoin
January 17 - The second-ranked Amherst menís basketball team equaled its best-ever start, improving to 13-0 (2-0 NESCAC) with a 93-63 conference win over visiting Bowdoin College on Saturday. Amherst sophomore sharpshooter John Bedford led the way with a career-high 25 points on 8-for-11 shooting and matched a career high with four assists. Full Story

Second-Ranked Jeffs Take NESCAC Opener Over Visiting Colby, 81-52
January 16 - The second-ranked Amherst menís basketball team got an early scare from visiting Colby College, leading just 36-32 at the half, but rebounded for an 81-52 victory over the visiting White Mules in both teamsí NESCAC opener on Friday night. Amherst (12-0/1-0 NESCAC) placed all five starters in double figures, led by senior guard John Donovanís 13 points. Full Story

Jeffs Rise to No. 2 in National Rankings, Hammer Visiting Wesleyan 108-81
January 13 - Rising to No. 2 in the D3hoops.com national rankings after Saturdayís decisive 78-62 win over then No. 1-ranked Williams, the Amherst menís basketball team celebrated on Tuesday with a lopsided 108-81 non-league win over visiting Little Three rival Wesleyan University. The Jeffs placed five players in double figures, led by junior slasher Russell Lee, who came off the bench with a career-high 18 points on 7-for-8 shooting, including a perfect 4-for-4 showing from the three-point arc. Full Story

Sixth-Ranked Jeffs Knock off Top-Ranked Williams, 78-62
January 10 - Behind a team-high 16 points and seven rebounds by junior forward Andrew Schiel, the sixth-ranked Amherst menís basketball team ended visiting No. 1-ranked Williams Collegeís 28-game winning streak with a 78-62 non-conference victory in front of a packed house at LeFrak Gymnasium on Saturday night. The Jeffs (10-0) have now won 10 of their last 11 home games against the defending national champion Ephs (11-1) and 10 of the last 14 meetings between the two teams overall. Full Story

Hoop Teams Set for Saturday Twinbill with Visiting Williams
January 7 - The Amherst men's and women's basketball teams will host NESCAC and Little Three rival Williams College in a non-league doubleheader Saturday evening at LeFrak Gymnasium. The women will tip off at 6 p.m. with the men to follow shortly thereafter. Both games will be Webcast live on the Internet by campus radio station WAMH, and will begin airing shortly before tip-off. Full Story

Donovan, Bedford Lead Seventh-Ranked Jeffs Past Salve Regina, 81-40
January 5 - Senior sharpshooter John Donovan poured in 16 points on the strength of a perfect 4-for-4 showing from beyond the three-point arc, while sophomore guard John Bedford added a career-high 16 points on 7-for-8 shooting, to lead the seventh-ranked Amherst men's basketball team to an 81-40 non-league rout at Salve Regina (1-6) on Monday. The Jeffs improved to 9-0 heading into Saturday's showdown with top-ranked defending national champion Williams. Full Story

Seventh-Ranked Jeffs Remain Unbeaten with Lopsided 87-52 Win Over Johnson & Wales
December 30 - Led by junior forward Andrew Schiel's team-high 18 points, the seventh-ranked Amherst men's basketball team remained unbeaten at 8-0 on Tuesday night with a convincing 87-52 win over NAIA power Johnson & Wales University at the Miami (Fla.) Country Day School. Amherst placed 13 players in the scoring column, including sophomore guard John Bedford, who poured in 13 points off the bench. Full Story

10th-Ranked Jeffs Improve to 7-0 with 79-58 Win Over Worcester St.
December 9 - Reigning NESCAC Player of the Week Andrew Schiel tallied 19 points and six rebounds, while senior guard Adam Harper added 18 points, seven rebounds and four assists to lead the 10th-ranked Amherst menís basketball team to a 79-58 win over visiting Worcester State College on Tuesday night. Full Story

Schiel Named NESCAC Men's Player of the Week
December 9 - After leading the 10th-ranked Lord Jeffs to a trio of road wins over Clark, WNEC and Springfield, Amherst junior Andrew Schiel was named the NESCAC Menís Basketball Player of the Week. On the week, Schiel, a 6í 7Ē, 240-pound forward, averaged 19.7 points, 5.3 rebounds, 4.3 blocks and shot a blistering 9-for-15 from three-point range as the undefeated Jeffs upped their record to a perfect 6-0. Full Story

Schiel, Jeffs Handle Springfield 80-70 at Pioneer Valley Men's Hoop Classic
December 6 - Amherst junior center Andrew Schiel poured in a game-high 23 points to lead the 10th-ranked Lord Jeffs to an 80-70 win over Springfield College in the final round of the Pioneer Valley Men's Hoop Classic Saturday afternoon at Blake Arena. Amherst, which won both of its games in the tournament, improved to 6-0 overall. Full Story

Tenth-Ranked Jeffs Pound WNEC 90-53 in First Round of Pioneer Valley Classic, Hosted by Springfield
December 5 - Amherst senior guard Adam Harper poured in a game-high 20 points on 6-of-8 shooting in just 21 minutes to lead the 10th-ranked Lord Jeffs to a 90-53 win over Western New England College in the first round of the Pioneer Valley Menís Basketball Classic, hosted by Springfield College on Friday night. In other first-round action, host Springfield downed Westfield St. 80-69 behind 14 points from junior guard Ryan Wilde. Full Story

Corrigan, Schiel, Casnocha Lead 10th-Ranked Jeffs Past No. 21 Clark, 81-66
December 2 - Behind 17-point outings from junior point guard Ray Corrigan, junior forward Andrew Schiel and sophomore swingman John Casnocha, the 10th-ranked Amherst menís basketball team passed its first true test of the season, downing 21st-ranked regional power Clark University 81-66 on its home court on Tuesday night. Casnocha and Corriganís point totals were both career-highs. Full Story

14th-Ranked Jeffs Steamroll Mass. College, 104-52
November 25 - With 14 players playing at least 11 minutes and none playing more than 18, the 14th-ranked Amherst menís basketball team improved to 3-0 with a decisive 104-52 win over visiting non-league foe Mass. College on Tuesday night. Junior forward Andrew Schiel led four Amherst players in double figures with 16 points on perfect 8-for-8 shooting. Full Story

No. 14 Jeffs Claim Ken Wright '52 Invitational Behind Tourney MVP Adam Harper's 15 Points, Seven Steals
November 22 - With 15 points and seven steals, senior guard Adam Harper earned Tournament MVP honors for the second straight season, leading the 14th-ranked Amherst (2-0) menís basketball team to a lopsided 98-53 win over visiting Framingham State College (1-1) in the championship game of the Third-Annual Ken Wright í52 Memorial Invitational on Saturday. Full Story

14th Ranked Jeffs Open Season with 104-72 Route Over Gordon in First Round of Ken Wright '52 Invitational
November 21 - The 14th ranked menís basketball team placed 14 players in the scoring column, led by a 15-point outburst on 7-for-8 shooting by junior forward Andrew Schiel, en route to a season-opening 104-72 blowout win over visiting Gordon College in the first round of the Third-Annual Ken Wright í52 Memorial Invitational Tournament on Friday night. Framingham State College also won its first-round matchup against Salve Regina University, 79-64, and will meet Amherst in the championship game Saturday at 3 p.m. Full Story

Jeffs 14th in D3hoops.com Preseason Top 25
November 7 - One year removed from posting a school-record 24 wins and advancing to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the first time since 1994, the Amherst menís basketball team garnered a No. 14 national ranking in the 2003-04 D3hoops.com Preseason Top 25, which was announced on Thursday. The Jeffs open their season November 21st at 6 p.m. against visiting non-league foe Gordon College in the first-round of the Ken Wright í52 Memorial Invitational Tournament. Full Story

Jeffs Eye 11th Straight Postseason and Fifth Consecutive NCAA Tournament Berth
October 28 - Despite losing three of the best players in school history to graduation, Amherstís cupboard is far from bare, especially in the backcourt. Senior tri-captain guards Adam Harper and John Donovan are both two-year starters with a wealth of experience. Harper, the 2003 NESCAC Defensive Player of the Year and a Second-Team All NESCAC pick, led the conference in steals and finished sixth in free throw percentage and 21st in scoring as a junior. Donovan was ninth in three-point FG% and 10th in three-point field goals made, while averaging 9.8 points per game. Full Season Preview

Zieja Named Co-Division III New England College Player of the Year by New England Basketball Hall of Fame
August 22 - Capping a storied career in which he shattered the collegeís all-time scoring record and led the Jeffs to four straight NCAA Tournament berths, a trip to the NCAA Elite Eight (2002-03) and consecutive NESCAC Championships (in 2000-01 and 2001-02), recently graduated Amherst power forward Steve Zieja was named the Co-Division III New England College Player of the Year by the New England Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday. Full Story

Dave Hixon '75 to Join Father, Wil Hixon, as Part of 2003 New England Basketball Hall of Fame Induction Class
July 23 - Amherst menís basketball coach Dave Hixon í75 and his father, former Andover High School coaching great Wil Hixon, have each been selected for induction in the New England Basketball Hall of Fame. The 2003 class, which is the Hall of Fameís second ever, will be inducted on September 19, at the Ryan Center on the campus of the University of Rhode Island. Full Story

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