Adding to his resume at the end of his junior season, Wilmington University men’s basketball standout Jermaine Head was named Second Team All-District by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC).
For only the second time in program history, the Wilmington University men’s basketball team had a student-athlete voted All-Region, as redshirt junior Jermaine Head was named to the Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association All-East Region Second Team on Friday.
The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference announced the 2018-19 Men’s Basketball All-Conference Teams on Tuesday, and the Wilmington University men’s basketball program earned a spot for two student-athletes among the 15 selected.
Playing in its home gym, the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference top seed and North Division No. 1 seed Bloomfield was too much to handle for the South Division’s No. 4 seed Wilmington University men’s basketball team, 105-86, in the First Round of the CACC Tournament on Tuesday night.
The 2018-19 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament begins on Tuesday with a First Round contest between the Wilmington University men’s basketball team and Bloomfield College at The Gym in Bloomfield, New Jersey.
The inside presence of Holy Family was too much to overcome for the Wilmington University men’s basketball team, as the Tigers defeated the Wildcats, 82-66, on Wednesday night at the WU Athletics Complex on Senior Night.
The Wilmington University men’s basketball team scored the most points in a single game in program record, defeating Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference foe Chestnut Hill, 105-93, on Saturday afternoon inside Sorgenti Arena.
With an 80-77 win over USciences on Tuesday night, the Wilmington University men’s basketball team clinched its spot in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference postseason for the third straight year.
The Wildcats needed to hold off USciences down the stretch, but did so in an 80-77 victory to clinch a CACC Tournament berth for the third straight year. The Wildcats hit 10 three-pointers and shot 50 percent from the floor for the game (34-for-68), and held as large as a 14-point lead in the second half. The Devils didn't go away so easily though, shrinking the lead down to a single point in the final moments. Danny Walsh hit four three-pointers for 22 points while Thomas Farrior went 10-of-16 from the floor for 22 points to go with six rebounds, seven assists, and four steals. Jermaine Head added 21 points, four rebounds, three assists, and two steals as well. The Wildcats' seed is yet to be determined with three games left. Copyright 2019; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
A late run in the final minutes of the first half helped lead Bloomfield over the Wilmington University men’s basketball team, 110-95 on Saturday in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference matchup at Bloomfield Gym.
Looking for their first win in the last four games, the Wilmington University men's basketball team took down Georgian Court, 86-79 to put their record at 10-13, 7-7 CACC. Jermaine Head led the Wildcats with 22 points, 14 rebounds, and eight assists. Thomas Farrior would score 19 points, as Danny Walsh hit four three pointers in the contest, while Jordan Harding added three three-pointers for 17 points. WilmU made 12 three pointers in the game, shooting 41.4 percent from behind the arc. Copyright 2019; Wilmington University. All Rights Reserved.
Trailing by four points midway through the first half, the Wilmington University men’s basketball team used a 14-0 run to flip the momentum against Georgian Court, holding of the Lions for an 86-79 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory at the WU Athletics Complex on Wednesday night.
The Wilmington University men’s basketball team had a hard time finding the bottom of the net in the second half as Felician pulled away for a 90-72 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference cross divisional win in Job Gym on Saturday.
With his final shot of the night, redshirt junior guard Jermaine Head became the fifth player in Wilmington University men’s basketball NCAA era to score 1,000 career points, but Dominican would hang on to take the win, 92-83, Thursday night at the WU Athletics Complex.
The Wilmington University men’s basketball team couldn’t overcome a slow start on Saturday afternoon, falling to Caldwell, 78-67, in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference cross-divisional contest at the WU Athletics Complex.
The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference is concluding it's "My Hometown" Feature Series, highlighting four Wilmington University student-athletes and the hometown that shaped them into the people they are today.
The 14 member schools of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) will help to conduct a Mental Health Awareness Week at upcoming home basketball doubleheaders from Jan. 30 through Feb. 9, with an aim at breaking the stigma and letting individuals know it is okay to discuss mental struggles they are dealing with.
Playing in its third overtime session in its last four games, the Wilmington University men’s basketball team couldn’t create the magic once again, falling to Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference South Division leader Jefferson, 97-94, on Wednesday night at the Gallagher Center.
For only the second time in the Wilmington University men’s basketball NCAA era, the Wildcats posted 100 points, needing all of them in a 100-94 overtime road victory in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference contest at Post inside the Drubner Center on Saturday afternoon.
The Wildcats pulled away from the Griffins in the second half, leading to an 81-59 CACC victory over their South Division foes. Jermaine Head led all scorers with 26 points as the Wildcats had three players with 20 or more points in the game. Head added eight rebounds, six assists, two steals, and two blocked shots as well. Thomas Farrior poured in 24 points while Jordan Harding collected a double-doubl with 20 points and 10 rebounds. The Wildcats out-rebounded the Griffins, 43-39, for the game. Copyright 2019; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
The incoming Winter Storm Harper has reared its ugly head this weekend, postponing the Wilmington University women's and men's basketball Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference doubleheader against visiting Dominican on Saturday.
Down by its largest lead of the game at 11 points with just 3:39 left in regulation, The Wilmington University men’s basketball team stormed back to force overtime, and scored the final six points of the extra sessions to defeat USciences, 89-87, in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference road contest on Wednesday night.
With a slow start to the game, the Wilmington University men’s basketball team found themselves a second half comeback, but was not enough as Concordia stayed on top to win, 95-89 at the Meyer Athletic Center Saturday afternoon.
Hitting 15 three-pointers and shooting 62.1 percent from the floor for the game led Bloomsburg to a 109-87 nonconference victory over the Wilmington University men’s basketball on Wednesday night at the Nelson Field House.
The rebounding margin was too much to overcome for the Wilmington University men’s basketball team, as Nyack came to the WU Athletics Complex and left with an 84-79 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory on Saturday afternoon.