2013–14 St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers men's basketball team

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2013–14 St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers men's basketball
Script logo St. Francis College Terriers.jpg
Conference Northeast Conference
2013–14 record 18–14 (9–7 NEC)
Head coach Glenn Braica (4th year)
Assistant coach Clive Bentick (7th year)
Assistant coach Ron Ganulin (1st year)
Assistant coach Jamaal Womack (1st year)
Home arena Generoso Pope Athletic Complex
Seasons
« 2012–13 2014–15 »
2013–14 Northeast Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Robert Morris 14 2   .875     22 14   .611
Wagner 12 4   .750     19 12   .613
Bryant 10 6   .625     18 14   .563
St. Francis Brooklyn 9 7   .563     18 14   .563
Mount St. Mary's 9 7   .563     16 17   .485
Central Connecticut 7 9   .438     11 19   .367
Saint Francis (PA) 7 9   .438     10 21   .323
Fairleigh Dickinson 6 10   .375     10 21   .323
LIU Brooklyn 4 12   .250     9 20   .310
Sacred Heart 2 14   .125     5 26   .161
2014 NEC Tournament winner


The 2013–2014 St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers men's basketball team represented St. Francis College during the 2013–14 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The team was coached by Glenn Braica, who was in his fourth year at the helm of the St. Francis Terriers. The Terrier's home games were played at the Generoso Pope Athletic Complex. The team has been a member of the Northeast Conference since 1981. The Terriers were selected to participated in the 2013 Maui Invitational Tournament where they won the Consolation Game of the Regional Rounds.

St. Francis Brooklyn finished the season at 18–14 overall and 9–7 in conference play for a fourth place tie with Mount St. Mary's. The Terriers qualified for their fourth consecutive NEC Tournament under fourth-year head coach Glenn Braica. The Terriers were given the 5th seed because of a regular season loss to Mount St. Mary's, which served as a tiebreaker. The 5th seed Terriers went on the road to take on 4th seed Mount St. Mary's losing 71–72. The Terriers led by 19 points with 9:15 left in the game yet lost in the final possession of the game, although there was an irregularity as Mount St. Mary's had six players on the court during the final minute.

Season outlook[edit]

In Glenn Braica's first three seasons, the Terriers have made the NEC tournament each year.[1] Going into this season Braica has a combined 42–48 overall record and 30–24 conference record. Last year the Terriers earned the eighth seed in the conference, yet for the third season in a row the Terriers were eliminated in the quarterfinals. For the 2013–14 campaign, the Terriers were picked to finish seventh in the NEC by the NEC Preseason Coaches Poll.[2]

There were changes to the coaching staff prior to the start of the season. Andy Johnston and Danny Nigro, both assistant coaches in Braica's staff resigned, with Johnston taking a professional head coaching position in Iceland.[3] Coach Braica filled out his staff with former Terrier head coach Ron Ganulin and former Terrier player Jamaal Womack. Clive Bentick who is entering his seventh season as an assistant coach was elevated to the top spot.[3] Ganulin was head coach for 14 years during which he accumulated over 200 wins and was twice named the Northeast Conference's Coach of the Year.

The Terriers will have four of their five starters returning for the season.[1] The only loss in the starting 5 is Forward-center Akeem Johnson, who graduated and signed a professional contract to play in the Korisliiga of Finland. The Terriers may fill the vacancy with returning Senior Matt Milk or returning Junior Lowell Ulmer, with Milk more of a traditional Center and the more athletic Ulmer a forward-center.[1] The four returning starters are Junior Power forward Jalen Cannon, Junior Swingman Kevin Douglas, Senior Shooting guard Ben Mockford and Junior Point guard Brent Jones. Of the four, Jones will be heavily challenged for playing time at the one position by returning Sophomore Anthony White. The Terriers top returning player is Jalen Cannon, who earned Second Team All Northeast Conference honors last season and led the team in scoring (14.7 ppg), rebounding (8.8 rpg) and field goal percentage (.556).[1] Cannon also earned All-Rookie Team honors as a freshman in 2011–2012 and was selected for the 2013–14 Preseason All-NEC Team.[2] In addition to the returning players the Terriers added several players that figure to compete for the Center and Point guard positions.

Preseason signings[edit]

The Terriers have nine returning players and have added 4 new players. They include sophomore forward Amdy Fall, freshman guard Sheldon Hagigal, freshman guard Yunus Hopkinson and freshman forward Wayne Martin.[4] Fall helped the College of Central Florida to the NJCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship and prior to Junior College, Fall helped lead Wings Academy (Bronx, NY) to the PSAL semifinals in 2010-2011. Hagigal is a strong combo guard who prepped for two years at West Oaks Academy (Orlando, Florida) and averaged 13 points, 2 assists, and 5 rebounds. Prior to West Oaks Hagigal led Westbury High School (Long Island) to the 2010 county championship title and then to the Class A Long Island title. Hopkinson is a point guard who prepped at Lee Academy in Maine in 2011-2012. Prior to enrolling at Lee Academy, Hopkinson was the eighth leading scorer in the city and finished second-best in the PSAL's 'AA' divisions in 2009-2010, averaging 28.3 points per outing for West 50th Street Campus (Food & Finance). Martin helped lead South Shore to a 17-9 record and a berth in the PSAL quarterfinals in 2011-2012. Martin averaged 12.1 points and 8.3 rebounds per game.

Regular season[edit]

Non-conference games[edit]

St. Francis Brooklyn upset Miami (FL) in their first match of the season 66–62 in overtime.[5] The Hurricanes were the defending ACC regular season and ACC Tournament Champions and the Terriers win on the road is a program highlight. The Terriers were led by freshman Wayne Martin, who came of the bench to score 17 points and Jalen Cannon, who had his first double-double of the season with 14 points and 10 rebounds.[6] For their second match the Terriers beat Florida Atlantic 59–57, completing a two game sweep while in Florida. The Terriers were led by Jalen Cannon and Ben Mockford, with each contributing 15 points and for the second straight game, rookie Wayne Martin added critical baskets down the stretch by scoring the winning layup with 32 seconds remaining.[7]

Maui Invitational Tournament
The Terriers were selected to participated in the 2013 Maui Invitational Tournament. In the opening games, the Terriers lost to Dayton on the road, 58–78. They then traveled to Syracuse to take on the number 9 ranked Orange where they almost pulled off an upset. The Terriers led most of the second half and and were leading with less than 2 minutes in the game, yet they lost 50–56.[8] St. Francis Brooklyn then traveled to Conway, South Carolina to participate in the Mainland Semifinals of the Maui Invitational, where they lost to the hosts Coastal Carolina Chanticleers, 59–70.[9] The Terriers then participated in the Consolation Game against the Oakland Golden Grizzlies where they won 68–62. The Terriers were led by Jalen Cannon who put up 22 points and grabbed 9 rebounds and Brent Jones who had his first career double-double.[10]

After the Maui Invitational Tournament the Terriers headed back to Brooklyn for their Home Opener against the Mount Saint Vincent Dolphins. They were able to beat the Dolphins 83–54 behind Martin's 18 points and Cannon's 17 points.[11] St. Francis Brooklyn hit the road again to face the then 5–2 Stony Brook Seawolves, where they pulled out a 70–68 win with 1.5 seconds left on a Wayne Martin tip-in.[12] The Terriers were led by Jalen Cannon's 23 points and the win gave them a 3 game win streak.[12] The heavily favored Seawolves also had their 13 game home unbeaten streak broken.[13] St. Francis then lost its next 2 games to teams with losing records, first at Army (1–6) and then hosting former NEC member Monmouth (3–6). The Terriers fell to the Black Knights 54–67 and never led in the game after the first minute of play. The only highlight of the game was Sheldon Hagigal's career high 13 points.[14] Against Monmouth the Terriers also trailed for most of the game and the closest they ever game to tying was in the second half when they came within 6 points with 9:43 left in the second half.[15] They were led again by Hagigal, who scored a new career high 23 points. The Terriers then snapped their two-game skid against Canisius at home. The Golden Griffins (6–3) came in averaging almost 74 points, yet the Terriers held them to 51 as they beat them 67–51.[16] The freshman Hagigal led the Terriers in scoring with a 15-point effort. Next, St. Francis hosted the Lafayette Leopards at The Pope and won 65–62 on 19 points and 10 rebounds from Cannon.[17] The game-winner came on a three-pointer from Isailovic which hit the backboard to end the game; the win put the Terriers at 7–5 on the season.[17] The Terriers won their next two games and extended their win streak to four by beating NJIT at home 77–65 and Delaware State on the road 60–57.[18][19] St. Francis was then poised to be the first men's basketball program in NEC history to win 10 non-conference games as they faced Columbia, but the Terriers were not able to attain the record as they lost 61–81. With the loss, the Terriers finished the non-conference portion of their schedule at 9–6, their best start to a season in 12 years.[20]

NEC games[edit]

To open their conference schedule, the Terriers beat Long Island 78–64. The Terriers had a six-game losing streak against the Blackbirds dating back four years, yet they got their first win in seven attempts as Ben Mockford scored a career high 30 points.[21] They next traveled to Maryland to take on Mount St. Mary's, which came in with a 4–10 record yet the Terriers fell 82–88.[22] St. Francis never led in the game and the only highlights were the performances of Cannon (25 pts) and White (15 pts), both of which put up career highs for points scored. The Terriers proceeded to go 5–2 in their next 7 contests. Then prior to a pivotal NEC match-up against Robert Morris at The Pope on February 8, 2014, it was announced that 4 men's basketball players would be suspended.[23] The players were Brent Jones, Anthony White, P. J. Santavenere, and Wayne Martin. The reason for their suspension was not announced. The Terriers ended up losing 50–72. Later on, all players except Anthony White were reinstated. Yet the distraction of the suspensions wound up costing the Terriers 3 consecutive loses, leading to a 6–6 conference record. The Terriers then won 3 of their last 4 games to finish conference play at 9–7 and the season at 18–13. The Terriers qualified for the NEC Tournament with the 5th seed. St. Francis Brooklyn won 18 games for the first time since the 2001-2002 season and also led the NEC in scoring defense (66.7) and rebounding margin (+3.3).

NEC tournament[edit]

The Terriers qualified for their fourth consecutive NEC Tournament under fourth-year head coach Glenn Braica. The Terriers will have the 5th seed and face 4th seed Mount St. Mary's, the Terriers last met the Mount in the NEC playoffs in the 1999 semifinals where MSM won 68-66. The Terriers again lost in the quarterfinals of the NEC Tournament, this time losing 71-72. The Terriers led by 19 points with 9:15 left in the game yet lost in the final possession of the game. It was later revealed that for 2.5 sec in the final minute of play Mount St. Mary's had 6 players on the court, during a crucial in-bounds pass by St. Francis.[24] With 6 players Mount St. Mary's forced a turnover and scored a lay-up making it a 1 point game with 26 seconds left on the clock. The NEC commissioner reviewed the situation and assessed a two-game suspension for the 2014-15 regular season to the officiating crew that worked the game in question.[25]

Roster[edit]

2013–14 St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers men's basketball team
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Weight Year Home town
G 1 Jones, BrentBrent Jones 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) 170 lb (77 kg) Jr Bronx, New York
G 2 Hopkinson, YunusYunus Hopkinson 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) 175 lb (79 kg) Fr Manhattan, New York
G 3 Mockford, BenBen Mockford 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 175 lb (79 kg) Sr Shoreham-by-Sea, England
F 5 Cannon, JalenJalen Cannon 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 230 lb (104 kg) Jr Allentown, Pennsylvania
G 11 Santavenere, PhillipPhillip Santavenere (S) 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 175 lb (79 kg) Jr Middletown, Connecticut
G 13 Molic, EdonEdon Molic (W) 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 180 lb (82 kg) So Brooklyn, New York
F 23 Ulmer, LowellLowell Ulmer 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 210 lb (95 kg) Jr Staten Island, New York
G 25 Isailovic, AleksandarAleksandar Isailovic 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 185 lb (84 kg) Sr Belgrade, Serbia
F/C 32 Fall, AmdyAmdy Fall 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 220 lb (100 kg) So Manhattan, New York
C 33 Milk, MattMatt Milk 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 220 lb (100 kg) Sr Wantagh, New York
G/F 34 Douglas, KevinKevin Douglas 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 210 lb (95 kg) Jr Bronx, New York
G 43 Hagigal, SheldonSheldon Hagigal 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) 175 lb (79 kg) Fr Westbury, New York
G 44 White, AnthonyAnthony White (S) 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 190 lb (86 kg) So Mastic, New York
F 45 Martin, WayneWayne Martin 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 215 lb (98 kg) Fr Brooklyn, New York
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Walk-on

Roster
Last update: November 3, 2013

Depth chart[edit]

Pos. Starting 5 Bench 1 Bench 2 Bench 3
C Matt Milk Amdy Fall (PF/C)
PF Jalen Cannon Lowell Ulmer
SF Kevin Douglas (SG/SF) Wayne Martin Aleksander Isailovic
SG Ben Mockford Sheldon Hagigal (PG) Edon Molic
PG Brent Jones Anthony White Yunus Hopkinson P. J. Santavenere

Schedule and results[edit]

Date Time Opponent Site TV Pts Ldr Reb Ldr Ast Ldr Result Attendance Record
Non-conference regular season
November 8, 2013* 10:00 pm at Miami (FL) BankUnited CenterCoral Gables, FL ESPN3  17 - Martin   10 - Cannon   4 - Jones  W 66–62 OT[26] 6,060 1–0
November 11, 2013* 7:00 pm at Florida Atlantic FAU ArenaBoca Raton, FL  15 - Mockford & Cannon   9 - Cannon   3 - Jones & Hagigal  W 59–57[7]  1,332 2–0
November 16, 2013* 7:00 pm at Dayton UD ArenaDayton, OH
(Maui Invitational Tournament, Opening Games)
FSOH  14 - Cannon   8 - Cannon   3 - Jones  L 58–78[27]  12,183 2–1
November 18, 2013* 7:00 pm at #9 Syracuse Carrier DomeSyracuse, NY
(Maui Invitational Tournament, Opening Games)
ESPN3  16 - Cannon   8 - Cannon   4 - Jones  L 50–56[8]  23,117 2–2
November 23, 2013* 4:00 PM at Coastal Carolina HTC CenterConway, SC
(Maui Invitational Tournament, Regional Semifinals)
 11 - Cannon   6 - Martin   1 - 6 Tied  L 59–70[9]  1,550 2–3
November 24, 2013* 12:30 PM vs. Oakland HTC CenterConway, SC
(Maui Invitational Tournament, Regional Consolation)
 22 - Cannon   9 - Cannon   10 - Jones  W 68–62[10]  1,430 3–3
November 27, 2013* 2:00 PM Mount Saint Vincent Generoso Pope Athletic ComplexBrooklyn, NY  17 - Martin   9 - Martin   6 - White  W 83–54[11]  335 4–3
December 1, 2013* 2:00 PM at Stony Brook Pritchard GymnasiumStony Brook, NY  23 - Cannon   8 - Cannon   5 - White  W 70–68[12]  1,456 5–3
December 7, 2013* 2:00 pm at Army Christl ArenaWest Point, NY  13 - Hagigal   10 - Cannon   1 - Milk  L 54–67[14]  663 5–4
December 10, 2013* 7:00 pm Monmouth Generoso Pope Athletic Complex • Brooklyn, NY  23 - Hagigal   8 - Martin   3 - Hagigal  L 58–73[15]  483 5–5
December 14, 2013* 4:00 pm Canisius Generoso Pope Athletic Complex • Brooklyn, NY  15 - Hagigal   10 - Cannon   8 - Jones  W 67–51[16]  278 6–5
December 19, 2013* 7:00 pm Lafayette Generoso Pope Athletic Complex • Brooklyn, NY  19 - Cannon   9 - Cannon   3 - Hagigal  W 65–62[17]  413 7–5
December 23, 2013* 7:00 pm NJIT Generoso Pope Athletic Complex • Brooklyn, NY  18 - Cannon   8 - Isailovic   6 - Jones  W 77–65[18]  305 8–5
December 30, 2013* 4:00 pm at Delaware State Memorial HallDover, DE  17 - Cannon & Mockford   12 - Cannon   7 - Jones  W 60–57[19]  268 9–5
January 4, 2014* 4:00 pm at Columbia Levien GymnasiumNew York, NY  15 - Cannon & Mockford   6 - Cannon   2 - Jones  L 61–81[28]  931 9–6
NEC Regular season
January 9, 2014 7:00 pm LIU-Brooklyn Generoso Pope Athletic Complex • Brooklyn, NY  30 - Mockford   14 - Cannon   12 - Jones  W 78–64[21]  1,117 10–6 (1–0)
January 11, 2014 2:00 pm at Mount St. Mary's Knott ArenaEmmitsburg, MD  25 - Cannon   11 - Cannon   7 - Jones  L 82–88[22]  1,102 10–7 (1–1)
January 16, 2014 7:00 pm at Central Connecticut William H. Detrick GymnasiumNew Britain, CT  20 - Cannon   10 - Cannon   11 - Jones  W 76–66[29]  1,115 11–7 (2–1)
January 18, 2014 5:00 pm Sacred Heart Generoso Pope Athletic Complex • Brooklyn, NY  23 - Mockford   4 - 3 Tied   11 - Jones  W 74–71[30]  602 12–7 (3–1)
January 23, 2014 7:00 pm at Fairleigh Dickinson Rothman CenterTeaneck, NJ  23 - Cannon   11 - Cannon   10 - Jones  L 85–86[31]  523 12–8 (3–2)
January 25, 2014 7:00 pm at Bryant Chace Athletic CenterSmithfield, RI  20 - Jones   9 - Cannon   5 - Jones  L 79–83[32]  925 12–9 (3–3)
January 29, 2014 6:00 pm at Sacred Heart William H. Pitt CenterFairfield, CT MSG/FCS  28 - Jones   7 - White   8 - Jones  W 83–78[33]  407 13–9 (4–3)
February 1, 2014 5:00 pm Wagner Generoso Pope Athletic Complex • Brooklyn, NY  19 - Cannon   11 - Cannon   3 - Jones & White  W 73–72 OT[34] 400 14–9 (5–3)
February 6, 2014 7:00 pm Saint Francis (PA) Generoso Pope Athletic Complex • Brooklyn, NY  23 - Hagigal   6 - Martin   4 - Jones  W 78–52[35]  373 15–9 (6–3)
February 8, 2014 2:00 pm Robert Morris Generoso Pope Athletic Complex • Brooklyn, NY  10 - Cannon & Isailovic   9 - Cannon   5 - Cannon  L 50–72[36]  574 15–10 (6–4)
February 16, 2014 4:00PM vs. LIU-Brooklyn Barclay's CenterBrooklyn, NY
(Battle of Brooklyn)
MSG/FCS  17 - Mockford   6 - Cannon   4 - Jones  L 68–69[37]  2,767 15–11 (6–5)
February 18, 2014 7:00 pm Central Connecticut Generoso Pope Athletic Complex • Brooklyn, NY
(Postponed from 2/13)
 18 - Mockford   12 - Cannon   6 - Jones  L 71–73[38]  378 15–12 (6–6)
February 20, 2014 7:00 pm at Saint Francis (PA) DeGol ArenaLoretto, PA  16 - Mockford   7 - Martin   11 - Jones  W 73–44[39]  1,024 16–12 (7–6)
February 22, 2014 4:00 pm at Robert Morris Charles L. Sewall CenterMoon Township, PA  18 - Cannon, Ulmer   7 - Cannon, Jones   8 - Jones  L 70–71 OT[40] 2,381 16–13 (7–7)
February 27, 2014 7:00 pm Bryant Generoso Pope Athletic Complex • Brooklyn, NY ESPN3  21 - Fall   10 - Cannon   9 - Jones  W 62–59[41]  675 17–13 (8–7)
March 1, 2014 5:00 pm Fairleigh Dickinson Generoso Pope Athletic Complex • Brooklyn, NY  20 - Mockford   12 - Cannon   11 - Jones  W 79–56[42]  634 18–13 (9–7)
2014 NEC Tournament
March 5, 2014 7:00 PM at Mount St. Mary's Knott Arena • Emmitsburg, MD
(Quarterfinals)
MSG+/FCS/RTPT  18 - Ulmer   7 - Fall   2 - Ulmer  L 71–72[43]  1,309 18–14
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Eastern Time.

Season statistics[edit]

Individual Player Statistics (As of March 9, 2014)
Minutes Scoring Total FGs 3-point FGs Free-Throws Rebounds
Player GP GS Tot Avg Pts Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg A TO Blk Stl
Cannon, Jalen 32 32 959 30.0 476 14.9 164 335 .490 13 48 .271 135 189 .714 94 169 263 8.2 39 37 17 20
Martin, Wayne 31 0 525 16.9 218 7.0 87 180 .483 1 6 .167 43 80 .538 52 101 153 4.9 12 59 43 17
Mockford, Ben 30 27 884 29.5 359 12.0 121 286 .423 87 214 .407 30 38 .789 6 42 48 1.6 27 24 1 7
Douglas, Kevin 30 16 453 15.1 124 4.1 45 109 .413 14 28 .292 20 30 .667 27 53 80 2.7 11 34 5 12
Jones, Brent 31 16 825 26.6 233 7.5 76 178 .427 20 59 .339 61 84 .726 15 77 92 3.0 187 70 3 33
Fall, Amdy 32 2 539 16.8 166 5.2 57 125 .456 0 0 .000 52 79 .658 46 79 125 3.9 6 35 55 10
Hagigal, Sheldon 23 10 465 20.2 199 8.7 67 171 .392 22 73 .301 43 57 .754 16 37 53 2.3 25 44 3 20
Santavenere, P.J. 15 0 104 6.9 28 1.9 10 32 .313 5 24 .208 3 6 .500 4 11 15 1.0 1 2 1 4
Isailovic, Aleksandar 25 2 357 14.3 80 3.2 28 90 .311 17 66 .258 7 10 .700 11 32 43 1.7 7 15 6 17
Hopkinson, Yunus 19 2 184 9.7 48 2.5 17 52 .327 5 22 .277 9 14 .643 3 13 16 0.8 19 18 0 7
White, Anthony 23 22 530 23.0 134 5.8 51 129 .395 8 38 .211 24 28 .857 16 70 86 3.7 41 31 12 14
Milk, Matt 29 28 283 9.8 49 1.7 23 42 .548 0 0 .000 3 5 .600 21 23 44 1.5 10 13 15 5
Ulmer, Lowell 26 3 364 14.0 91 3.5 34 81 .420 3 19 .158 20 39 .513 22 42 64 2.5 14 21 9 15
Molic, Edon 2 0 2 1.0 2 1.0 1 3 .333 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0
Team 50 57 107 18
Total 32 6474 2207 69.0 781 1813 0.431 195 619 0.315 450 659 0.683 383 806 1189 37.2 399 421 170 181
Opponents 32 6474 2139 66.8 717 1748 0.410 154 463 0.333 551 755 0.730 331 756 1087 34.0 339 396 105 199
Legend
  GP  Games played   GS  Games started  Avg  Average per game
  FG  Field-goals made  FGA  Field-goal attempts  Off  Offensive rebounds
 Def  Defensive rebounds   A  Assists   TO Turnovers
 Blk  Blocks  Stl  Steals  High  Team high

Awards and honors[edit]

Jalen Cannon
  • Selected to the 2013–14 Preseason All-NEC Team by NEC Coaches Poll.[2]
  • Selected to the College Sports Madness 2013–2014 Northeast Preseason All-Conference Second Team.[44]
  • Madness Mid-Major Northeast Conference Players of the Week award (November 4–10, 2013).[45]
  • 2013–14 NEC men's basketball first team All-Conference.[46]
  • Led the NEC in total rebounds (263) and 8th in points per game (14.9).
  • Surpassed 1,000 points scored for career.
Wayne Martin
  • Choice Hotels NEC Men's Basketball Rookie of the Week award (November 4–10, 2013).[47] Martin led the Terriers with 17 points against Miami (FL) in his first ever collegiate game. Martin also recorded 8 rebounds, 1 steal and 1 block.
  • Choice Hotels NEC Men's Basketball Rookie of the Week award (November 25–December 1, 2013).[48] Martin contributed 12 points against Stony Brook and tipped in the game winning basket with 1.5 seconds left to secure a 70–68 triumph. For the week, he averaged 14.5 points, 6.0 rebounds and shot 72.2 percent from the floor.
  • Selected to the 2013–14 NEC men's basketball All-Rookie team.[46]
  • 6th in the NEC in blocked shots (43).
Sheldon Hagigal
  • Choice Hotels NEC Men's Basketball Co-Rookie of the Week (December 9–15, 2013).[49] For the week, Hagigal averaged 19.0 points, 2.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.0 steals in a split for St. Francis Brooklyn.
  • Choice Hotels NEC Men's Basketball Rookie of the Week (February 3–9, 2014).[50] Hagigal came off the bench to match a career-high with 23 points in just 25 minutes against St. Francis University.
Brent Jones
  • Choice Hotels NEC Men's Basketball Player of the Week (February 24–March 2, 2014).[51] Jones averaged a double-double in a pair of Terrier victories to close out the regular season.
  • 3rd in the NEC in assists (187) and 2nd in Assist-to-Turnover ratio (2.7).
Amdy Fall
  • 3rd in the NEC in blocked shots (55).
Ben Mockford
  • 9th in the NEC in three point percent (40.7) and 3rd in 3 pointers made (87).
  • Surpassed 1,000 points scored for career.

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