|Through Sweet 16 Games|
Elite 8 now is set
<- Michigan's freshman Mitch McGary has really stepped up his game since being named a starter Feb 12th. McGary has been a big reason Michigan is in the Elite 8. Drafted by SID team in the 15th round, McGary has averaged a team best 19.7 points per game in the tournament (compared to a 6.0 regular season average) for a + 41 points for SID.
2 more # 1 seeds fell during the Sweet 16 games which means Louisville is the lone # 1 seed remaining in the tournament. # 4 seed Syracuse defeated # 1 Indiana 61-50 in the East regional semi-final and # 4 Michigan defeated # 1 Kansas 87-85 in OT in the South regional semi-final.
This upcoming Saturday and Sunday games will have a major impact on what will happen with our game's final results. Current scoring through 3 games (Sweet 16) has Rob Stenzel/Jason Schlanhauffen (defending champion) in 1st place with 616 points and 6 players still remaining in the tournament. Ralph Trevino's team (Ralph, Nick & Sam) is 8 points behind and they have 7 players remaining. Dennis Hammer, Kevin Keuper/Dave Eccles and Mark Noffke team (Bruce Martin & Steve Noffke) are tied for 3rd with 596 points, only 20 behind first.
The matchups for the Elite 8 have been prepared and if you go to the Elite 8 Matchups tab, you can retrieve a copy of the Saturday & Sunday game matchups or click here for the pdf file.
Through 3rd round games - top 4 drafters (1-3 pay):
1st: Stenzel team - 616
2nd: Trevino team - 608
3rd: Hammer team - 596
3rd: Keuper team - 596
3rd: Noffke team - 596
Top 3 Leading Scorers in the tournament going to Elite 8 games:
Leader: Ralph Trevino's - Russ Smith (Louisville) - 81 pts (still in)
Dennis Hammer's - Mark Lyons (Arizona) - 73 pts (out)
Dennis Hammer's - Seth Curry (Duke) - 72 pts (still in)
Kevin Keuper's - DeShaun Thomas (Ohio State) - 66 pts (still in)
+ / - calculations:
The Lehman team is still leading the calculation this year with a -101 points through 3 games.