McGrew Moves Into First Place in NCAA Division II Rebounding

McGrew Moves Into First Place in NCAA Division II Rebounding

BUCKHANNON -- Senior forward Tanner McGrew has moved into a tie for first place in rebounding in the latest NCAA Division II basketball statistics that were released on Monday.

McGrew, a 6-8 265 pounder from Buckhannon, W. Va., has lead the Bobcats throughout the season with his strong play and knack for rebounds. Through 23 games McGrew has averaged 15.3 points per game and 13.0 rebounds per game.

The Bobcats will be back at action on Thursday, Feb. 12 when they take on Notre Dame College on the road.

The full list of top rebounders at Division II can be found below.

Rebounds Per Game »

Through games of February 8, 2015

RANK

NAME

TEAM

RPG

1

Tanner McGrew

West Va. Wesleyan

13.0

2

Eric Anderson

New Haven

13.0

3

Garret Kerr

USciences

12.9

4

Brandon Morton

Oakland City

12.0

5

Michael Balkovic

Caldwell

11.8

6

Deangelo Kirkland

Columbus St.

11.7

7

Alex Herrera

Fort Lewis

11.5

8

Darrell Williams

Tex. A&M-Commerce

11.3

9

Jake Thelen

Bellarmine

10.7

10

Menas Stephens

Southwest Baptist

10.5