KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Heart of America Athletic Conference released the annual All-Heart Men's Basketball Team on Monday.
Yates led the Ravens in scoring through the regular season with a 18.3 ppg average. That number moved to 18.8 in 23 Heart games as he hit 44.5 percent from the floor with 32 3-pointers. He finished the regular season at 45.2 percent from the floor with his point per game average ranking him fourth in the Heart.
Schannuth finished the regular season with a 10.8 ppg average while leading the team with 71 3-pointers. That number was good enough to tie for sixth in the Heart while his 39.0 percent effort from beyond the arc ranked Schannuth inside the top 10 in the conference. He was also the Ravens leading rebounder with a 5.1 rebound per game average.
O'Connor was second on the team in 3-pointers with 47, converting at 48.5 percent – which was the top 3-point field goal percentage in the Heart through the end of the regular season. He finished the Heart scheduled with a 9.8 ppg game average while his season average was 9.1
As the No. 4 seed in this week's Heart Men's Basketball Postseason Tournament, the Ravens will host Graceland University at 7 p.m. Thursday inside the Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
Ticket prices for the Heart Postseason $6 for general admission for adults, $2 for students 17 and under while Benedictine students will be admitted for free with a valid ID presented at the student entrance located at the end of the hallway leading to the Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.
The Semifinal round is scheduled for Saturday and will take place on the campus of the higher seeded teams in the two game match ups. A win on Thursday paired with a win by William Penn would send the Ravens to Oskaloosa, Iowa, on Saturday for their Semifinal game. A win by Benedictine paired with an upset of William Penn would allow the Ravens to host a Semifinal on Saturday.
You can view the full Heart Postseason Tournament brackets at the following link: http://www.heartofamericaconference.com/PostseasonTournament.
All games played at Benedictine will be streamed live on the Benedictine Raven Sports Network. The Heart Men's Basketball Championship game on Tuesday, March 8, will be produced by Niles Media again this year and broadcast on ESPN3, KSMO in Kansas City and Mediacom throughout their coverage area.