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Amherst College Men's Basketball

NESCAC Champions - 2001, 2002
NESCAC Regular-Season Champs - 2003
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John Donovan '04

Frank Perry '04

Ray Corrigan '05

Tim Jones '04

Andrew Schiel '05

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Hixon, Donovan, Harper Earn NEBCA Honors
April 5 - Amherst menís basketball coach Dave Hixon í75 was named Division III Coach of the Year by the New England Basketball Coaches Association (NEBCA), while Amherst senior tri-captain guards John Donovan and Adam Harper were selected to play in the NEBCA Division III All-Star Game, held next Tuesday, April 20, at 6 p.m. at Lavietes Pavilion on the campus of Harvard University. The NEBCA will honor Hixon and its other award winners at halftime, and a Division I vs. Division II All-Star Game will follow at 7:30 p.m. Amherst assistant Luke Flockerzi will coach one of the two teams in the Division III All-Star Game. Full Story

Harper Named First-Team ECAC Division III All-Star
April 5 - Amherst senior guard Adam Harper was named a First-Team Division III Menís Basketball All-Star by the ECAC on Monday, joining fellow NESCAC honorees Michael Crotty and Ben Coffin from Williams College and Trinity Collegeís Tyler Rhoten. Harper, the two-time NESCAC Defensive Player of the year and a First-Team NABC and D3hoops.com All-Region selection, shattered a single-season school record with a conference-best 105 steals, becoming the collegeís all-time leader with 321 career thefts. Full Story

Harper Tabbed NABC First-Team All-Northeast, Hixon Named Northeast Region Coach of the Year
March 30 - After leading the Jeffs to their first-ever trip to the NCAA Division III Menís Basketball Final Four in Salem, Virginia, Amherst senior tri-captain Adam Harper was named First-Team All-Northeast Region by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), while Amherst head coach David Hixon í75 was named Northeast Region Coach of the Year. Full Story

Schiel, Harper Earn D3hoops.com Postseason Honors
March 22 - After leading the Amherst menís basketball team to its first-ever trip to the NCAA Division III Final Four in Salem, Va., senior tri-captain Adam Harper and junior forward Andrew Schiel were each named Division III All-Northeast Region by D3hoops.com. Schiel was a Second-Team All-Northeast pick while Harper earned First-Team All-Region honors. D3hoops.com tabbed Schiel Honorable Mention All-America as well. Full Story

Jeffs Close Season with 96-85 Loss to John Carroll in NCAA Consolation Game
March 20 - Despite 21 points from senior John Donovan and 17 from classmate Adam Harper, the Amherst menís basketball team fell to John Carroll University 96-85 in the NCAA Division III Menís Basketball Championship consolation game at the Salem (Va.) Civic Center on Saturday. Amherst closes its season at 27-5, shattering the collegeís single-season record for victories and finishing fourth nationally - its best-ever finish. Full Story

Jeffs Fall to Williams in National Semifinals
March 19 - It was a valiant effort for sure, but the Amherst menís basketball team fell just short in its first-ever trip to the NCAA Division III Final Four on Friday night, dropping its national semifinal matchup to an all too familiar opponent, archrival Williams College, 86-81, at the Salem (Va.) Civic Center. Despite the loss, the Jeffs (27-4) will play one more game - a consolation against the loser of Friday nightís second national semifinal between John Carroll and Wisconsin-Stevens Point - Saturday at 2 p.m. Full Story

Satellite Coordinates Changed for Friday's NCAA Men's Basketball National Semifinal Between Amherst and Williams
March 18 - The satellite coordinates for this Fridayís NCAA Division III menís basketball national semifinal between archrivals Amherst and Williams have been changed. The new coordinates are: Galaxy 3C (KU Band), Transponder 18, downlink frequency - horizontal 12050. The game tips off at 6 p.m. with a berth in Saturdayís (4:36 p.m.) national championship game at stake. Full Story

Friday's NCAA Men's Basketball Semifinal Between Amherst & Williams to be Televised Live Via Satellite
March 16 - This Fridayís NCAA Division III menís basketball national semifinal between archrivals Amherst and Williams will be televised live via satellite from the Salem (Va.) Civic Center at the following coordinates: Galaxy 3C (KU Band), Transponder 18, downlink frequency - vertical 12050. The game tips off at 6 p.m. with a berth in Saturdayís (4:36 p.m.) national championship game at stake. Full Story

Saturday's NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Title Game to Air on Fox Sports New England
March 16 - The championship game of the NCAA Division III Menís Basketball Tournament will be televised live from the Salem (Va.) Civic Center on Fox Sports New England this Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Amherst hopes to advance with a win over archrival Williams College in Fridayís national semifinals in its first-ever trip to the Division III Final Four. Saturdayís championship game was to originally be televised solely on Fox Sports South, but the network announced expanded coverage. Full Story

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