NAIA National Championship: Pikeville College 83 Mountain State 76 (OT)

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    NAIA National Championship: Pikeville College 83 Mountain State 76 (OT)

    Final Pikeville wins national championship in overtime 83-76
    Trevor Setty with 32 points and 17 rebounds
    Setty MVP
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    Congrats to Trevor and Coach Wells from Mason County.

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    Watched the second half and the OT. Wow. That little run in the last couple minutes of regulation to force the overtime was fantastic, a pleasure to watch. Congratulations to Pikeville College.

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    Congratulations to Trevor Setty ,Coach Wells and the Pikeville team. What a win!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Old Bull Dog View Post
    Congratulations to Trevor Setty ,Coach Wells and the Pikeville team. What a win!
    Same here so glad they won and that Trevor did so well and recieved the MVP award. Always glad to see our 10th region brethen do well!!!!

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    Article from the Lexington Hearld:




    Setty, a mop-haired, 6-9 sophomore, rained in seven of 12 three-point shots in topping his career-best of 21 points, which he attained twice in this tournament. Little wonder he was voted the tournament’s Most Valuable Player as unseeded Pikeville (30-7) completed a remarkable run to the championship, beating five teams seeded in the top nine, including third-seeded Mountain State, 33-3.

    Read more: http://www.kentucky.com/2011/03/23/1...#ixzz1HPwEC6xf


    Pikeville (Ky.) guard Trevor Setty, front, grabs a rebound against Mountain State (W.Va.) center David Nyarsuk during the first half of the NAIA Division I college basketball tournament championship game Tuesday, March 22, 2011, in Kansas City, Mo. ED ZURGA — AP Photo

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    Way to go, Trevor!

    I talked to his dad at the 10th Region tourney. He as much as predicted this; said to look for Trevor to come out of his shell real soon.

    If it couldn't have been Georgetown I'm glad it was Pikeville.

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    Congrats to Pikeville and coach Wells! Kelly is an outstanding coach and even better individual. Also great job Trevor, way to make the us Royal fans proud.

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    Congrats to Coach Wells and Pikeville College!

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    Congrats to PC. Not only is this a good thing for Pikeville, but Eastern Kentucky and Kentucky as a whole. Those guys showed a tremendous amount of heart out there in Kansas City.

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    Setty was on fire. Did this kid get any looks from D-I? He can shoot the lights out. Doesn't look the part but man he can play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLegends64 View Post
    Setty was on fire. Did this kid get any looks from D-I? He can shoot the lights out. Doesn't look the part but man he can play.
    I'd trade him for Jon Hood straight up.

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    Didn't Setty attend or plan to attend OK St at one point?

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    Congrats to Pikeville and coach Wells. I wish that I could have gotten the t.v.broadcast. Kentucky has some excellent small school/NAIA basketball programs and always have more than one team contending for a NC.
    Kelly Wells has been a winning/championship caliber coach wherever he has been. Everyone knows what he did at Mason Co. and he also had some excellent teams at Rowan Co. when he was there.

    btw GS......Great pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde View Post
    Didn't Setty attend or plan to attend OK St at one point?
    He planned to walk on at Oklahoma State, but ultimately did not. Think he may have played at Georgetown for a bit, but don't remember for sure.

    I remember seeing him play in high school and thinking he had the potential to be a great player and wondering where he'd end up going to school. Glad to see that he's here in Pikeville. We couldn't be more proud of the team and what they've accomplished.

    My only problem is that Cooksey wasn't able to assert himself as an impact player in this game, and ultimately fouled out in the final minutes. I hate seeing any senior player foul out of their final game. Thankfully, the team was able to get it done without him and get him a championship. Though he was not able to accomplish much in last night's game, there is no denying the value that Vance has had to the team.

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