NCAA RUNDOWN: DeSales, Alvernia win conference crowns
Updated On: Mar 01 2014 08:06:36 PM CST
The DeSales and Alvernia men both won thrilling league title games on Saturday, with DeSales winning in overtime, and Alvernia posting a come-from-behind, last-second win.
DeSales beat Misericordia 73-64 in overtime to win the MAC Freedom Conference championship.
Mike Coleman had a game-high 28 points and was named the tournament's MVP. Parkland product Paul Pammer added 17 for the Bulldogs.
Alvernia earned an exhilarating 70-69 win at top-seeded Stevenson to win the MAC Commonwealth title.
The Crusaders overcame a 17-point second half deficit - including a seven-point hole in the final minute - and got a game-winning jumper from Charles Cooper with just one second left to get the win.
The DeSales women lost their MAC Freedom Conference title game at undefeated FDU-Florham, falling 69-59.
The Moravian women fell 74-61 at Scranton in the Landmark Conference championship game.
The East Stroudsburg women got a three-pointer from Ryann Fiascki with just 1.9 seconds left to earn a dramatic 49-48 win at Millersville in the first round of the PSAC playoffs.
The Kutztown women earned a major upset win in their first round PSAC game, knocking off Shippensburg 83-74 on the road.
The win came less than a week after the Golden Bears lost to Shippensburg by nearly 30 points.
The win also marked career victory number 300 for coach Janet Malouf.
The Kutztown men saw their season come to an end with an 82-71 loss at Bloomsburg.
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