LC
Two years ago

NCAA Aussie Men: 2017/18

The 2017/18 men's Division I college list is now available, complete with links to player profiles, teams and conferences.

NCAA Men: 2017/18 Division I

Let us know if we missed anyone from the list.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Thanks LC.

When will the women's list be up?

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LC  
Two years ago

The women's list will be up the same time next Wednesday.

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Ball  
Two years ago

Ay quick question I'm new but is NYU considered a division 1 college if so what conference does it belong to

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Division 3

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LC  
Two years ago

With the NCAA season coming quick, it's time to look at the Aussies set to make a splash at the collegiate level.

Here’s the five Australian freshman men in Division I college hoops to watch out for this upcoming season.

Top 5 College Freshmen

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Great stuff, so good to be able to see both men and women coming through over the past few years. 26 freshman seems to be the largest number and it is increasing by at least a couple every year. How about a list of those that graduate the year they leave the NCAA D1 and where they go, now that would be interesting>?

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Next years women might be a new record.
Although a few have signed wnbl contracts.

Conti, Dangelo, Aokuso, Pizzey, Rowe. Wnbl.

Magbegor, Mcspadden, Mclean, Tessari, Goodchild, Bourne, Andrews playing in wnbl.

Already signed I think for 2018/2019
M.Yates 5'10 St Mary's
S.Gorman 5'11 Utah State
J.Simmons 5'11 Oregon State
S.Simons 6'1 St Mary's

Easily another 20+ players will be signed.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

True anon^ the girls are doing great, there is a thread for the NCAA women you can probably add to, this one is for the men, just saying.

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LC  
Two years ago

Australians are continuing to increase their presence across NCAA Division I basketball, and with the season about to start, there is no better time than the present to reveal our preseason Top 10 Australian men.

NCAA Men: All-Australian preseason Top 10

Action starts this week!

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LC  
Two years ago

The opening weekend of the 2017-18 NCAA Division I season had a distinct Australian flavour, as a host of men from down under starred across the country, led by a number of potential 2018 NBA Draft prospects.

NCAA Men: Moneke magic caps big opening to the season

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LC  
Two years ago

Been too long between posts...here is the latest update on the D1 men.

The Australian big men dominated across NCAA Division I hoops this past couple of weeks, with no less than four delivering career-high 30 point performances.

NCAA Men: Aussie big men dominating with career-high's

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Great stuff, keep it coming!

Non-Conference games pretty much done, now the serious stuff begins!

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LC  
Two years ago

A trio of Australian's has Saint Mary’s Gaels back up and soaring, as a host of other Aussie men made big contributions to their sides across Division I college basketball this past week.

NCAA Men: Aussie trio has Gaels soaring

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LC  
Last year

Aussie big men continued to capture the attention of the college basketball world this past week, with Jock Landale, Jo Lual-Acuil Jr and Duop Reath all delivering massive performances, albeit with mixed results.

NCAA Men: Aussie big men the centre of attention

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LC  
Last year

Jock Landale is having one huge season for the Saint Mary's. In leading the Gaels in scoring and rebounding, the 6’11 centre has been recognised for his outstanding play by being named to the 2018 John R Wooden Award mid-season Top 25.

NCAA Men: Jock Landale named in John R Wooden Award mid-season Top 25

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Anonymous  
Last year

Hi LC any word on college players for 2018/19?

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Anonymous  
Last year

U.Dibiamaka 6'3 Texas Rio Grande
A.Krause 6'4 UC Irvine
A.Mudronja 6'5 St Mary's
K.Stattman 6'7 Virginia
M.Johns 6'8 South Dakota
R.Abercrombie 6'8 Boise State
M.Gray 6'8 Drake
H.Marks 6'9 Hartford
B.Fakira 6'10 Utah State
S.Froling 6'11 Creighton
O.Hulland 6'11 Hawaii
M.Colina 6'11 Hawaii

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Anonymous  
Last year

B. Carter 6'10'' Montana

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Anonymous  
Last year

Loyola Marymount
Kelly L...

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Anonymous  
Last year

Over 30 girls signed up for 2018/2019.
International Success at junior level helps...

A few redshirt freshman boys too.
Gak at Miami is one.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Gak redshirted last season I think.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Nup.
Epperson also was supposed to be but he ended up filling in at the end for the last part of the season.

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Anonymous  
Last year

MADUT AKEC - south Florida

also South Florida picked up on transfer as a sophomore MAYAN KIIR

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