NCAA Statistical Rankings

CHARLOTTE TEAM RANKINGS
Scoring Offense (326 ranked) - 20, 78.9
Scoring Defense (326 ranked) - 229, 71.0
Scoring Margin (326 ranked) - 50, 7.9
Field-Goal Percentage (326 ranked) - 157, 44.3
Field-Goal Percentage Defense (326 ranked) - 181, 43.6
Three-Point Field Goals Per Game (326 ranked) - 24, 8.3
Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (326 ranked) - 32, 38.9
Free-Throw Percentage (326 ranked) - 168, 68.3
Rebound Margin (326 ranked) - 78, 3.2
Assists Per Game (326 ranked) - 104, 14.7
Blocked Shots Per Game (326 ranked) - 171, 3.1
Steals Per Game (326 ranked) - 52, 8.7
Turnovers Per Game (326 ranked) - 116, 14.1
Personal Fouls Per Game (326 ranked) - 39, 16.4
Won-Lost Percentage (326 ranked) - 21, 81.0

CHARLOTTE INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS
Three-Point Field Goals Per Game (50 ranked) - Brendan Plavich, 1, 85, 4.0
Steals Per Game (50 ranked) - Eddie Basden, 3, 66, 3.1

CONFERNCE USA TEAM RANKINGS
Scoring Offense (326 ranked)
Louisville - 5, 83.4
Alabama Birmingham - 11, 80.4
Charlotte - 20, 78.9
Cincinnati - 30, 76.6
Texas Christian - 110, 71.6
Houston - 133, 70.4
Memphis - 134, 70.3
Marquette - 147, 69.7
DePaul - 173, 68.9
Southern Mississippi - 175, 68.8
South Florida - 196, 68.0
Tulane - 219, 66.9
East Carolina - 280, 63.3
Saint Louis - 326, 54.7

Scoring Defense (326 ranked)
Saintt Louis - 17, 59.9
DePaul - 39, 62.5
Louisville - 42, 62.7
Cincinnati - 65, 64.1
Memphis - 81, 64.6
South Florida - 98, 65.7
Marquette - 112, 66.1
Texas Christian - 140, 67.4
Houston - 178, 68.9
East Carolina - 186, 69.2
Southern Mississippi - 186, 69.2
Tulane - 225, 70.9
Charlotte - 229, 71.0
Alabama Birmingham - 277, 73.2

Scoring Margin (326 ranked)
Louisville - 2, 20.7
Cincinnati - 17, 12.5
Charlotte - 50, 7.9
Alabama Birmingham - 59, 7.3
DePaul - 72, 6.3
Memphis - 80, 5.7
Texas Christian - 102, 4.2
Marquette - 121, 3.5
South Florida - 136, 2.2
Houston - 152, 1.4
Southern Mississippi - 186, -0.3
Tulane - 258, -4.0
Saint Louis - 274, -5.2
East Carolina - 283, -5.9

Field-Goal Percentage (326 ranked)
Louisville - 45, 46.7
Alabama Birmingham - 75, 45.9
DePaul - 113, 45.1
South Florida - 126, 44.8
Charlotte - 157, 44.3
Southern Mississippi - 168, 44.0
Cincinnati - 177, 43.9
Marquette - 204, 43.3
Tulane - 212, 43.1
Texas Christian - 240, 42.2
Memphis - 267, 41.4
Houston - 301, 39.9
East Carolina - 305, 39.7
Saint Louis - 306, 39.7

Field-Goal Percentage Defense (326 ranked)
Cincinnati - 1, 36.4
Memphis - 5, 37.6
Louisville - 7, 37.9
Saint Louis - 13, 38.9
East Carolina - 58, 41.0
Marquette - 87, 41.9
South Florida - 93, 42.0
Tulane - 100, 42.1
DePaul - 106, 42.2
Texas Christian - 109, 42.2
Charlotte - 181, 43.6
Alabama Birmingham - 221, 44.6
Houston - 227, 44.8
Southern Mississippi - 263, 45.6

Three-Point Field Goals Per Game (326 ranked)
Louisville - 4, 9.5
Houston - 19, 8.5
Charlotte - 24, 8.3
Marquette - 33, 8.1
Texas Christian - 42, 7.8
Memphis - 111, 6.8
Cincinnati - 144, 6.5
Alabama Birmingham - 159, 6.3
South Florida - 206, 5.9
DePaul - 236, 5.5
Tulane - 240, 5.5
Southern Mississippi - 295, 4.7
East Carolina - 310, 4.2
Saint Louis - 316, 4.0

Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (326 ranked)
Louisville - 20, 39.7
Charlotte - 32, 38.9
Marquette - 60, 37.8
South Florida - 108, 36.1
Texas Christian - 129, 35.6
Memphis - 144, 35.2
Cincinnati - 166, 34.5
DePaul - 169, 34.4
Houston - 187, 34.0
Alabama Birmingham - 197, 33.6
Tulane - 258, 30.9

Free-Throw Percentage (326 ranked)
Southern Mississippi - 23, 73.9
Louisville - 30, 73.6
Alabama Birmingham - 53, 72.7
Marquette - 75, 71.6
Tulane - 94, 70.8
South Florida - 126, 69.7
Cincinnati - 154, 68.9
Charlotte - 168, 68.3
Memphis - 183, 67.8
DePaul - 203, 66.8
Saint Louis - 224, 66.4
Houston - 260, 64.9
East Carolina - 311, 61.4
Texas Christian - 322, 60.0

Rebound Margin (326 ranked)
Louisville - 27, 5.8
Marquette - 30, 5.6
DePaul - 35, 5.2
Cincinnati - 77, 3.3
Charlotte - 78, 3.2
Memphis - 82, 3.0
East Carolina - 84, 2.9
Tulane - 89, 2.8
Southern Mississippi - 104, 2.3
South Florida - 162, 0.3
Saint Louis - 190, -0.5
Texas Christian - 210, -1.0
Alabama Birmingham - 279, -3.5
Houston - 311, -5.3

Assists Per Game (326 ranked)
Alabama Birmingham – 30, 16.4
Louisville – 68, 15.4
Tulane – 94, 14.9
Cincinnati – 95, 14.9
Charlotte – 104, 14.7
DePaul – 127, 14.3
Marquette – 142, 14.1
South Florida – 170, 13.6
Texas Christian – 183, 13.4
East Carolina – 231, 12.6
Houston – 250, 12.2
Saint Louis – 252, 12.2
Memphis – 259, 12.2
Southern Mississippi – 266, 12.0

Blocked Shots Per Game (326 ranked)
Cincinnati – 2, 7.3
Memphis – 16, 5.6
Tulane – 63, 4.3
Houston – 72, 4.2
East Carolina – 80, 4.0
Louisville – 96, 3.9
South Florida – 125, 3.6
DePaul – 134, 3.5
Charlotte – 171, 3.1
Marquette – 187, 3.0
Alabama Birmingham – 193, 3.0
Texas Christian - 285, 2.0
Saint Louis – 303, 1.8
Southern Mississippi – 324, 1.2

Steals Per Game (326 ranked)
Alabama Birmingham – 1, 12.2
Houston – 5, 10.6
Louisville – 26, 9.6
Charlotte – 52, 8.7
Texas Christian – 86, 8.2
Southern Mississippi – 135, 7.6
South Florida – 138, 7.5
Memphis – 140, 7.5
East Carolina - 257, 6.2
Cincinnati – 272, 6.0
Tulane – 280, 5.8
DePaul – 284, 5.7
Saint Louis – 293, 5.6
Marquette – 325, 4.3

Turnovers Per Game (326 ranked)
DePaul – 18, 12.3
Houston – 32, 12.9
Cincinnati – 36, 13.0
Saint Louis – 41, 13.1
Alabama Birmingham – 70, 13.5
Southern Mississippi – 92, 13.8
Marquette – 110, 14.1
Charlotte – 116, 14.1
Louisville – 142, 14.5
Texas Christian – 177, 15.0
Memphis – 194, 15.2
South Florida – 196, 15.2
East Carolina – 232, 15.9
Tulane – 272, 16.8

Personal Fouls Per Game (326 ranked)
Charlotte – 39, 16.4
Saint Louis – 64, 17.0
DePaul – 77, 17.1
Southern Mississippi – 100, 17.7
Cincinnati – 123, 18.1
Tulane – 150, 18.5
Louisville – 183, 18.8
Alabama Birmingham – 214, 19.3
Memphis – 216, 19.4
Marquette – 237, 19.6
South Florida – 261, 20.0
Texas Christian – 274, 20.3
East Carolina – 291, 20.9
Houston – 319, 22.9

Won-Lost Percentage (326 ranked)
Louisville – 13, 84.0
Charlotte – 21, 81.0
DePaul – 31, 76.2
Cincinnati – 33, 75.0
Marquette – 49, 70.8
Alabama Birmingham – 56, 69.6
Texas Christian – 85, 64.0
Houston – 108, 60.0
Memphis – 108, 60.0
South Florida – 214, 45.5
Southern Mississippi – 223, 43.5
Tulane – 242, 40.9
East Carolina – 282, 30.4
Saint Louis – 299, 26.1

CONFERENCE USA INDIVIDUAL PLAYER RANKINGS
Points Per Game (50 ranked)
Travis Diener, Marquette – 16, 20.5
Quemont Greer, DePaul - 23, 20.0

Field-Goal Percentage (50 ranked)
Quincy Davis, Tulane – 8, 61.9

Three-Point Field Goals Per Game (50 ranked)
Brendan Plavich, Charlotte – 1, 4.0
Travis Diener, Marquette – 12, 3.1
Taquan Dean, Louisville – 14, 3.1
Andre Owens, Houston – 29, 2.9

Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (50 ranked)
Taquan Dean, Louisville – 10, 46.3
Steve Novak, Marquette – 19, 43.9
Travis Diener, Marquette – 22, 43.1
Lanny Smith, Houston – 39, 41.1

Free-Throw Percentage (50 ranked)
Larry O’Bannon, Louisville – 35, 85.3
Marques Lewis, Alabama Birmingham – 36, 85.1
Brian Swift, South Florida – 41, 84.8
Travis Diener, Marquette – 44, 84.7
Francisco Garcia, Louisville – 47, 84.6

Rebounds Per Game (50 ranked)
Corey Rouse, East Carolina – 11, 10.1
Ellis Myles, Louisville – 35, 8.9
Eric Hicks, Cincinnati – 41, 8.7

Assists Per Game (50 ranked)
Travis Diener, Marquette – 11, 6.8
Brian Swift, South Florida – 34, 5.4

Blocked Shots Per Game (50 ranked)
Jason Maxiell, Cincinnati – 11, 3.0
Moussa Badiane, East Carolina – 14, 2.8
Eric Hicks, Cincinnati – 24, 2.4
Solomon Jones, South Florida – 31, 2.3

Steals Per Game (50 ranked)
Eddie Basden, Charlotte – 3, 3.1
Brian Latham, Houston – 31, 2.4
Carldell Johnson, Alabama Birmingham - 33, 2.4

[b][b]Scoring Offense (326 ranked)[/b] Saint Louis - 326, 54.7[/b]

Pitiful. They have us to thank for helping raise that average up a little bit. :stuck_out_tongue:

I am shocked that we are in the Top 40 nationally in fewest fouls per game.

we should win over depaul tomorrow… but man, louisville’s going to be a tough game, and being at louisville is going to be even worse

A thought just hurt my brain: "Offense wins games. Defense wins championships."
Stand by. :mellow:

[b]louisville's going to be a tough game, and being at louisville is going to be even worse[/b]

don’t worry, i’m going up for the game and i’ll take care of yelling obsenities at the louisville players.

Interesting stats HP. If you don’t mind me asking, where do you get this stuff?

Bo, here’s the site… NCAA Statistical Rankings. It’s a bit hdifficult to manuever at first. Click the division, the week and I usually just select all stats. Clicking on a team will give you all their stats and the conference stats are found by clicking at the upper right.

Your copy of Goal Rush is in the mail today as well.

Nice stats HP!