NCAA Basketball

Rhode Island Rams (26-8)


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vs. Brown 
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URI promotes assistant Cox as successor to Dan Hurley

KINGSTON, R.I. (AP) The University of Rhode Island has promoted David Cox to men's basketball coach.

Cox served as associate head coach for the last four years under Dan Hurley, who left last month to become head coach at UConn.

Cox helped lead the Rams to a 26-8 record this season and a second straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament, where they lost in the second round to Duke.

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Leaders
Points: J. Terrell16.8
Rebounds: C. Langevine5.8
Assists: J. Dowtin5.6
FG%: J. Terrell42.7%
FT%: J. Terrell82.1%
3P%: J. Terrell41.4%
Steals: S. Robinson2.1
Blocks: C. Langevine1.2
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Virginia31-3
2 Villanova36-4
3 Xavier29-6
4 Kansas31-8
5 Michigan State30-5
6 Cincinnati31-5
7 Michigan33-8
8 Gonzaga32-5
9 Duke29-8
10 North Carolina26-11
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Villanova36-4
2 Michigan33-8
3 Kansas31-8
4 Duke29-8
5 Virginia31-3
6 Texas Tech27-10
7 Loyola Chicago32-6
8 Xavier29-6
9 Purdue30-7
10 Gonzaga32-5
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Atlantic 10 Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Rhode Island 15-3 26-8
St. Bonaventure 14-4 26-8
Davidson 13-5 21-12
Saint Joseph's 10-8 16-16
VCU 9-9 18-15
Saint Louis 9-9 17-16
George Mason 9-9 16-17
Richmond 9-9 12-20
Dayton 8-10 14-17
Duquesne 7-11 16-16
George Washington 7-11 15-18
La Salle 7-11 13-19
Massachusetts 5-13 13-20
Fordham 4-14 9-22
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 76.0 (102)
Rebounds: 11.4 (90)
Assists: 15.3 (66)
FG%: 45.5% (137)
FT%: 69.7% (244)
3P%: 35.2% (166)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 68.8 (84)
Rebounds: 23.0 (312)
Assists: 11.7 (58)
FG%: 45.3% (258)
FT%: 73.4% (297)
3P%: 33.2% (89)
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