INDIANAPOLIS --- Lees-McRae College junior DJ
Brown (Anderson, S.C.) continues to rank among the national leaders
in three-point field goal percentage, entering the week listed 15th
in the NCAA Division II men's basketball statistics, announced NCAA
Lees-McRae 5-12, 5-4 Conference Carolinas) is in the midst of
one of the best seasons in program history, entering the week
ranked sixth in the league standings with a 5-4 mark after falling
to Barton College on Saturday evening, 74-71, in an overtime
thriller. The Bobcats have excelled on the defensive end of the
floor in conference play this season, leading the league in scoring
defense (68.1), field goal percentage (40.7), and three-point field
goal percentage (33.3).
Head coach Scott Polsgrove's squad enters the week ranked 75th
in the nation in three-point field goal percentage on the offensive
end, knocking down 36.9 percent of its attempts from downtown,
while also ranking 89th in triples per game (6.8). Brown is
currently listed 15th in the nation in three-point field goal
percentage with a 46.3 percent clip from beyond the arc, while
ranking 42nd in triples per game (2.8).
Lees-McRae returns to the court on Wednesday when the Bobcats
travel to Belmont, N.C. to take on Belmont Abbey College in
conference play at 7:30 p.m.