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1) CMU's Mike Manciel had the best perfect FT shooting game of the season against NIU, going 12/12. The next-best was BGSU's John Reimold (11/11 against Cleveland State).

2) Chris Kaman has two of the top 10 scoring performances in the MAC this season: 43 points versus Ball State and 37 versus WMU.

3) CMU leads the MAC in scoring offense (79.6ppg), FG% (50.4), blocked shots (3.88/game), and assists (16/game).

4) Chris Kaman is #2 in the MAC in both scoring (21.8ppg) and rebounding (11.8/game).
He's first in FG% (62.8! 04-bow ) and blocked shots (3.24/game 05-nono ).

5) We have no one in the top ten in the MAC in assists, but Wallace, Bowne, and Meerman are ranked 11th, 12th, and 15th, respectively. That's what you call good team ball distribution! B)

6) Mike Manciel is #14 in FT% (76.9)

7) See point number five. The same three players are in the top 15 in assist-turnover ratio. Meerman is #2, Bowne is 6th, and Wallace is 11th.

8) Manciel and Wallace are #13 & 14 in steals/game. B)
03-07-2003 12:14 AM
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