Emerald Coast Classic History

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2016 Emerald Coast Classic Results

St. Francis Brooklyn 97, Savannah State 91
Texas Rio Grande Valley 101, Grambling 93 (OT)
Virginia 74, Iowa 41
Providence 60, Memphis 51

Consolation

Grambling 110, Savannah State 104
Texas Rio Grande Valley 71, St. Francis Brooklyn 61

Third Place

Memphis 100, Iowa 92

Championship

Virginia 63, Providence 52

2016 Emerald Coast All-Tournament Team

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London Perrantes, Sr., G, Virginia – Most Outstanding Player.
Perrantes had 11 points, eight rebounds and five assists in championship game

Isaiah Willkins, Jr., F, Virginia
Rodney Bullock, Jr., F, Providence
Emmitt Holt, Jr., F, Providence
Dedric Lawson, So., F, Memphis
Peter Jok, Sr., G, Iowa
Antonio Green, So., G, Texas RIo Grande Valley
Glenn Sanabria, So., G, St. Francis Brooklyn
Ervin Mitchell, Sr., G, Grambling
Troyce Manassa, Sr., G, Savannah State

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2015 Emerald Coast Classic Results

Jacksonville State 68, Chicago State 65
Chattanooga 95, Alabama State 58
Iowa State 99, Virginia Tech 77
Illinois 72, UAB 58

Consolation

Alabama State 66, Chicago State 64
Chattanooga 62, Jacksonville State 52

Third Place

Virginia Tech 82, UAB 77 (OT)

Championship

Iowa State 84, Illinois 73

2015 Emerald Coast All-Tournament Team

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Monté Morris, Jr., G, Iowa State – Most Outstanding Player.
Morris collected 20 points, nine rebounds and six assists in 84-73 victory past Illinois for championship. He had 14 points, with seven assists and one steal in 99-77 semifinal round win against Virginia Tech.

Jameel McKay, Sr., F, Iowa State
Kendrick Nunn, Jr., G, Illinois
Malcolm Hill, Jr., F, Illinois
Erik Durham, Jr., G, Jacksonville State
Jamel Waters, Sr., G, Alabama State
Elliott Cole, Chicago State
Casey Jones, Sr., F, Chattanooga
Zach Leday, Jr., F, Virginia Tech
Chris Cokley, So., F, UAB

2014 Emerald Coast Classic Results

Northern Arizona 70, Southern 63 (OT)
North Carolina Central 65, Eastern Illinois 40
Cincinnati 69, Middle Tenn. State 51
Mississippi 75, Creighton 68

Consolation

Eastern Illinois 54, Southern 43
North Carolina Central 40, Northern Arizona 36

Third Place

Creighton 57, Middle Tenn. State 47

Championship

Mississippi 66, Cincinnati 54

2014 Emerald Coast All-Tournament Teamm

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Stefan Moody, Jr., G, Ole Miss – Most Outstanding Player
Moody scored a career-high 26 points, including 17 in second half, in 66-54 victory past Cincinnati for championship.

Jarvis Summers, Sr., G, Ole Miss
Octavius Ellis, Jr., F, Cincinnati
Gary Clark, Fr., F, Cincinnati
Isaiah Zierden, So., G, Creighton
Jacquez Rozier, Middle Tennessee State
Karamo Jawara, Sr., F, North Carolina Central
Quinton Upshur, Sr., G, Northern Arizona
Trae Anderson, Jr., F, Eastern Illinois
Treiun Banks, So., G, Southern

Emerald Coast Classic Tournament Records

Team

Points – 110, Grambling vs. Savannah State (104), Nov. 26, 2016
Rebounds – 47, Grambing vs. Texas Rio Grande Valley, Nov. 25, 2016
Field Goals – 40, Memphis vs. Iowa Nov. 26, 2016; 40, Grambling vs. Savannah State, Nov. 26, 2016
Field Goal Attempts – 74 Grambling vs. Texas Rio Grande Valley, Nov. 25, 2016
Field Goal Percentage – .679 (36-53), Chattanooga, vs. Alabama State, Nov. 27, 2015
3-Point Field Goals – 17, Texas Rio Grande Valley vs. Grambling, Nov. 25, 2016; 17 Savannah State vs. Grambling, Nov. 26, 2016
3-Point Field Goal Attempts – 37, Savannah State vs. Grambling, Nov. 26, 2016
3-Point Field Goal Percentage – .56.5 (13-23), Chattanooga vs. Alabama State, Nov. 27, 2015
Free Throws Made – 24, Virginia Tech vs. UAB, Nov. 28, 2015
Free Throw Attempts – 32, Virginia Tech vs. UAB, Nov. 28, 2015; 32, St. Francis Brooklyn vs. Savannah State, Nov. 25, 2016
Free Throw Percentage – .905 (19-21), Mississippi vs. Creighton, Nov. 28, 2014
Assists – 28, Chattanooga vs. Alabama State, Nov. 27, 2015
Steals – 13, Chicago State vs. Alabama State, Nov. 28, 2015; 13, Grambling vs. Savannah State, Nov. 26, 2016
Blocked Shots – 9, Chattanooga vs. Alabama State, Nov. 27, 2015; 9, Iowa State vs. Virginia Tech, Nov. 27, 2015
Turnovers – 26, Chicago State vs. Alabama State, Nov. 28, 2015
Points in Half – 65 (2nd half) Grambling vs. Savannah State, Nov. 26, 2016
Overtime Periods – 1, Virginia Tech 82, UAB 77 Nov. 28, 2015; Northern Arizona 70, Southern 63, Nov. 28, 2014; 1, Texas RIo Grande Valley 101, Grambling 93, Nov. 25, 2016

Individual

Points – 42, Peter Jok, Iowa, vs. Memphis, Nov. 26, 2016
Rebounds – 20, Avery Ugba, Grambling vs. Texas Rio Grand Valley, Nov. 25, 2016
Field Goals – 15, Dedric Lawson, Memphis vs. Iowa, Nov. 26, 2016
Field Goal Attempts – 22, Remond Brown, Grambling vs. Texas Rio Grande Valley Nov. 25, 2016; 22, Dedric Lawson, Memphis vs. Iowa, Nov. 26, 2016
Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 attempts) – 100 (6-6), Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga, vs. Alabama State, Nov. 27, 2015
3-Point Field Goals – 10, Antonio Green, Texas Rio Grande Valley vs. Grambling Nov. 25, 2016
3-Point Field Goal Attempts – 14, Antonio Green, Texas Rio Grande Valley vs. Grambling Nov. 25, 2016
3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 3 attempts) – 100 (3-3), Jermaine Sanders, Cincinnati vs. Middle Tennessee State, Nov. 29, 2014; .857 (6-7) Mitchell Ervin, Grambling vs. Savannah State, Nov. 26, 2016
Free Throws Made – 12, Peter Jok, Iowa, vs. Memphis, Nov. 26, 2016
Free Throw Attempts – 13, Avery Ugba, Grambling, vs. Savannah State, Nov. 25, 2016
Free Throw Percentage (min. 6 attempts) – 100 (12-12), Peter Jok, Iowa, vs, Memphis, Nov. 26, 2016; 100 (8-8), Rodney Bullock, Providence, vs. Virginia, Nov. 26, 2016; (7-7), Jared Slam, Southern vs. Eastern Illinois, Nov. 29, 2014; 100 (6-6) Monte Morris, Iowa State, vs. Illinois, Nov. 28, 2015
Assists – 11, Austin Dasent, Savannah State, vs. Grambling, Nov. 26, 2016
Steals – 5, Jamel Walters, Chicago State vs. Alabama State, Nov. 28, 2015
Blocked Shots – 4, Justin Tuoyo, Chattanooga vs. Alabama State, Nov. 27, 2015