Memorable Men’s Basketball Season Ends With NCAA Tournament Loss
The Medaille College Mavericks men’s basketball team saw its magical 2016-17 season come to an end on March 3 with a first-round loss in the NCAA Tournament. The Mavericks fell on the road to the Susquehanna River Hawks, 89-82.
Coach Mike Blaine’s team was led by Mike Hollenbeck (34 points), Meghale Ford (19 points) and Johnathan Belton (17 points). Belton ends his Medaille career having scored 1,104 points, and as the program’s all-time leader in steals with 187.
The Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) Championship-winning Mavericks finished up the season with a 21-7 record overall, and boast three All-Conference selections, the AMCC Coach of the Year (Blaine), as well as the AMCC Defensive Player and Player of the Year (Belton). The entire Medaille community congratulates coach Blaine and his team on a #freakinAMAZING season!
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Medaille Professor Chairs Panel at the Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century StudiesMedaille professor Dr. Alice Villaseñor recently organized a panel for the Annual Meetings of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.
Medaille professor Dr. Keith Klostermann has been invited to join the editorial board for Applied Psychiatry.
Jon Elston explains what makes the Medaille Summer Theatre Camp such a unique experience for youngsters.
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