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UC Clermont Cougars Win Division II National Title

The UC Clermont Cougars men's basketball team traveled to Maine over the weekend and returned home with a national championship, winning the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Division II National Tournament.

Date: 3/6/2007 12:00:00 AM
By: Mae Hanna
Phone: (513) 732-5332

UC ingot   The UC Clermont College men’s basketball team won the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Division II National Basketball Tournament, beating Penn State DuBois 81-72. The tournament was held on the campus of Southern Maine Community College in South Portland, Maine, this past weekend.
UC Clermont Head Coach John Hurley cuts down the net.


Stefan Dunn (Columbus) scored 24 points and was named MVP of the Tournament. Allen Robinson (Cincinnati) was named to the All-Tournament team, finishing with 19 points and 6 rebounds.

Cougars Head John Hurley earned his 800th career win (high school and college) on Saturday. This is in addition to earning his 600th college career win this season.

"Penn State DuBois was an excellent team, but our players refused to lose," said Hurley. "The Cougars were down 40-31 at the half and pulled it out in the second half. They were the best team we played all year long. It was a great experience for our players – a once-in-a-lifetime experience. We were so pleased and so excited that we won the national championship."

The Cougar team celebrates earning its title.


The Cougars went into the tournament as the No. 1 seed. This is the college’s third year as a USCAA member. The Cougars were runners-up in the 2006 USCAA Basketball Tournament.

The Cougars finish the season at 28-10. For more information about the tournament, go to:

The 2006-07 UC Clermont College Men's Basketball Team included BJ Pleasant, John Stone, Don Porter, Stefan Dunn, Seth Steele, Todd Davis, Jeff Kinney; Willie Boyce, Harvey Eubanks, Brad Hosler, Maurice Brown, Allen Robinson, Head Coach John Hurley and Assistant Coach Anthony Robertson.

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