ASC Men & Women – Most Productive Players

At long last, I have finished compiling the individual statistics for the 2011-12 conference season for both ASC men’s and women’s basketball. I would like to start publishing those statistics by starting with what I consider the most productive players on both sides. To do this, I am using a modified version of John Hollinger’s Game Score. Since I am working with a whole season’s statistics, instead of a single game, I have transitioned Game Score into a per-40-minutes rating (AGS below) and limited eligibility to players who have played at least 40% of their team’s minutes (%Min below) during the conference season. The results give a general sense of who was most productive during their time on the floor, though pace is not accounted for so Concordia-Texas (men) and Louisiana College (women) get an additional boost for that. Now, the top 25 players for both the ASC men and women.

ASC Men
# Name, Team – AGS, %Min
1. Matt Addison, Hardin-Simmons – 22.8, 72.5%
2. Steven Jones, McMurry – 20.1, 59.9%
3. Jeremy LaGarde, East Texas Baptist – 19.3, 72.6%
4. Travis Pflughaupt, Schreiner – 18.7, 79.5%
5. Kyle Schleigh, Texas-Dallas – 18.5, 83.7%
6. Colton Thompson, Sul Ross State – 18.2, 52.9%
7. Nick Haynes, Concordia-Texas – 17.3, 60.5%
8. Bryce Hill, McMurry – 16.1, 62.4%
9. Darren Smith, Schreiner – 15.9, 80.7%
10. Kitrick Bell, Mary Hardin-Baylor – 15.9, 52.9%
11. Brandon Irwin, Howard Payne – 15.7, 89.2%
12. Darius Anderson, Concordia-Texas – 15.7, 54.8%
13. Adam Smith, Mississippi College – 15.7, 44.2%
14. Trevon Malone, Mississippi College – 15.6, 68.7%
15. Josh Johnson, Concordia-Texas – 15.1, 42.4%
16. Ronnie Dodd, Ozarks – 15.1, 69.1%
17. Marlon Miller, Mary Hardin-Baylor – 15.1, 72.0%
18. Marcus Bobb, Ozarks – 15.0, 79.1%
19. Korey Salmon, Louisiana College – 14.9, 77.1%
20. Andy Spears, Hardin-Simmons – 14.4, 49.9%
21. Darren Houliston, Texas-Tyler – 14.3, 70.3%
22. Dominick Walker, McMurry – 14.2, 48.4%
23. Justin Lindsey, Texas Lutheran – 14.0, 48.5%
24. Derrick Jefferson, Hardin-Simmons – 13.9, 72.1%
25. Isaac Williams, Texas Lutheran – 13.8, 71.2%

ASC Women
# Name, Team – AGS, %Min
1. Natosha Gottlieb, Louisiana College – 27.6, 50.8%
2. Roslyn Wilmer, Louisiana College – 23.2, 52.0%
3. Brittany Roberson, Howard Payne – 17.9, 65.7%
4. Melody Criswell, Louisiana College – 16.5, 45.6%
5. Jasmin Thomas, Howard Payne – 15.6, 54.4%
6. Rebecca Valdez, Texas Lutheran – 15.3, 51.5%
7. Lyndsey Smith, Texas-Dallas – 14.9, 80.5%
8. Ashley George, Texas-Dallas – 14.7, 43.1%
9. Jasmine Lewis, Hardin-Simmons – 14.7, 49.4%
10. Lashanda Luckey, Concordia-Texas – 14.6, 49.3%
11. Angela Newcombe, Hardin-Simmons – 14.5, 91.5%
12. Sharday Cotton, LeTourneau – 14.0, 53.5%
13. Sabrina Goddard, Ozarks – 13.6, 71.1%
14. Brittany Houston, Texas-Dallas – 13.5, 60.9%
15. Erika Brown, East Texas Baptist – 13.5, 63.3%
16. Brandace Latin, East Texas Baptist – 13.3, 63.3%
17. Roshonda Gayden, Howard Payne – 13.3, 56.8%
18. Celeste Belizario, McMurry – 13.3, 52.0%
19. Kara Looten, Hardin-Simmons – 12.9, 67.4%
20. Alexis Popelar, Hardin-Simmons – 12.9, 63.2%
21. Keshia Collins, McMurry – 12.6, 80.8%
22. Shamika Singleton, Concordia-Texas – 12.4, 60.7%
23. Keana Frank, Louisiana College – 12.3, 40.6%
24. Valeri Stewart, Mississippi College – 12.3, 43.7%
25. Olivia Swarner, Schreiner – 11.9, 70.6%

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