NCAA.com's 2012-13 Season Preview

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D.J. Cooper returns for his senior season fresh off leading Ohio to the Sweet 16 before a loss to North Carolina. He owns the school record for assists and needs just one more steal to own that one as well. Cooper has scored 1,595 points and will likely be right near the top of the record books in that category too.
PPG RPG APG FG% STL
2011-12 14.7 3.7 5.7 34.8 85
Career 14.6 4.7 6.3 36.8 259
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Javon McCrea was a huge reason why Buffalo won 20 games last season. He led the team in scoring 12 times and in rebounding 11 times, and finished the regular season sixth in the conference in scoring, fifth in rebounding, fourth in blocks per game. All of this after being named the MAC's freshman of the year the season before.
PPG RPG FG% BPG
2011-12 14.7 6.9 57.2 1.3
Season 13.2 6.7 59.8 1.5
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In his first season at Toledo, Rian Pearson just missed being the league's top scorer. He still averaged 16.4 points per game to help the Rockets win 19 games -- four more than Toledo had won in the prior three seasons combined.
PPG RPG APG FG% STL
2011-12 16.4 8.3 1.4 47.5 56

 

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  School Coach 2011-12 Record 2011-12 Statistics
Akron Keith Dambrot 22-12 Final Stats
Ball State Billy Taylor 15-15 Final Stats
Bowling Green Louis Orr 16-16 Final Stats
Buffalo Reggie Witherspoon  20-11 Final Stats
Central Michigan Keno Davis 11-21 Final Stats
Eastern Michigan Rob Murphy 14-18 Final Stats
Kent State Rob Senderoff 21-12 Final Stats
Miami (Ohio) John Cooper 9-21 Final Stats
Northern Illinois Mark Montgomery 5-26 Final Stats
Ohio Jim Christian 29-8 Final Stats
Toledo Tod Kowalczyk 19-17 Final Stats
Western Michigan Steve Hawkins 14-20 Final Stats