2015 KPA Thursday June 11 Results
Overseas Pros 108 KPA #2 84
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The third game of the day saw a stacked Overseas Pros team come out strong and continue to play team ball throughout the game. The Overseas Pros were led by Peyton Siva (Louisville/NBA/DLeague) with 25 points and Jazz Ferguson (IU Southeast/Italy) scored 23 points including 7 3pt. goals. KPA #2 was led by Antonio Sullivan (Kentucky State 14) with 25 points and and 3 3pt. goals. Corey Jackson (Charleston 14) also had 14pts. for KPA #2. The game saw the return of KPA legends Nate Johnson (Louisville/Asia) who had 14 points and Leroy Hickerson (Cumberland/Mexico) who had 22 points. KPA All League performer in 2014 Chris Dowe (Bellarmine/France) had 14 points.
Overseas Pros 108 - Peyton Siva 25, Jazz Ferguson 23, Leroy Hickerson 22, Nate Johnson 14, Chris Dowe 14, Keisten Jones 8, Greg Grimes 2
KPA #2 - Antonio Sullivan 25, Corey Jackson 14, Tyrell Means 13, Tony Kimbro Jr. 13, Gavin Schumann 7, CJ Trotter 6, Terrence Billups 4, Jerry Macon 2
Overseas Pros will return to action Tuesday June 16 at 7:30pm vs. the defending champs Team Southern Indiana. KPA #2 will play KPA #1 at 6:30pm Tuesday.
Team Southern Indiana (Defending Champs) 89 KPA #1 87
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The second game of the day was a big time ball game that came down to the final shot. Danny Gibson (Southern Indiana/Poland) showed why he is an overseas veteran. Gibson let the clock wind down and then went 1 on 1 in a clear out situation and scored on a drive at the horn to lift Team SI to a 2 point win over a very solid KPA#1 team. Team Southern Indiana was led by current Bellarmine player Josh Derksen (Bellarmine *current) and Danny Gibson (Southern Indiana/Poland) with 22 points each. Chris Whitehead (Bellarmine 15) chipped in with 15 points, and KPA All league performer in 2014 Tenale Roland had 12. KPA #1 was led by Vance Hall (Bellarmine 14) with 30 points. Hall went to war on both ends of the floor and really played well in his first KPA game. Aaron Nance scored 19 points and was a warrior on the boards. Ulysses Thomas (Kentucky State 15) scored 13 points for KPA #1 and had 7 assists.
Team Southern Indiana 89 - Danny Gibson 22, Josh Derksen 22, Chris Whitehead 15, Tenale Roland 12, Donovan Johnson 8, Yasin Kolo 6, Kegan Clark 4
KPA #1 87 - Vance Hall 30, Aaron Nance 19, Ullyses Thomas 13, Jomari Bradshaw 8, Orlando Rutledge 7, Aaron Schmidt 6, Brian Boerner 4
Team Southern Indiana will return to action on Tuesday at 7:30 vs. the Overseas Pros. KPA #1 will return to action vs. KPA #2 at 6:30pm on Tuesday.
KPA #3 100 Indiana Generals 95
Game 1 of the day was a very exciting high scoring affair between two nice teams. KPA #3 pulled out a close game and was led by Carlos Mitchell (Indiana Southeast/UBA) with 25 and Jake Simpson (IU Southeast 15) with 24. Former Spalding standout Dewhon McAfee scored 19. The Indiana Generals were lead by current IU Southeast player Chris McDonald who had a monster game with 28 points. Veteran David Scott (Miami Ohio/Overseas veteran) scored 17 points and had 5 3pt. goals.
KPA #3 100 - Carlos Mitchell 25, Jake Simpson 24, Dewhon McAfee 19, Melvyn Little 11, Sean Brown 8, Billy Thompson 5, Markus Montague 4, Quayshaun Hamilton 4
Indiana Generals 95 - Chris McDonald 28, David Scott 17, Quinton Horton 16, Brad Smith 15, VJ Billups 15, Chris Bradshaw 4
KPA #3 and Indiana Generals will play again next Tuesday at 8:30pm.
The 19th Annual BSN Sports KPA Results for Tuesday June 16
Overseas Pros 86 Team Southern Indiana 84
Video: Jazz Ferguson hits game winner.
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The second game of the day featured a big time match up between the defending champs Team Southern Indiana and the Overseas Pros. This game was back and forth and hotly contested from the opening tip. The game came down to a side out of bounds play with 3.7 seconds left. The Overseas Pros were down 1 and ran Jazz Ferguson off a few screens to the corner and he made an amazing three at the horn to win the game. Jazz Ferguson (IU Southeast/Italy) led the Overseas Pros with 25 points, followed by Keisten Jones (Bellarmine/Germany) with 18. Chris Dowe (Bellarmine/France) had 17 and the veteran Nate Johnson (Louisville/Asia) had 14. Team Southern Indiana was led by Darryl Baker (Lincoln Trail J.C.) with 21 points. Baker returned from an injury to have an excellent game and pick up where he left off last summer. Danny Gibson (Southern Indiana/Poland) had 19, followed by Chris Whitehead (Bellarmine 15) with 15. These two teams will play again on Thursday night at 8:30pm.
Overseas Pros 86 - Jazz Ferguson 25, Keisten Jones 18, Chris Dowe 17, Nate Johnson 14, Leroy Nobles 6, Jake Thelen 4, Greg Grimes 2 3pt. Goals: Ferguson 5, Johnson 2, Dowe 1, Jones 1
Team Southern Indiana 84 - Darryl Baker 21, Danny Gibson 19, Chris Whitehead 15, Donovan Johnson 10, Tenale Roland 10, Yasin Kolo 7, Kegan Clark 2 3pt. Goals: Baker 5, Gibson 4, Roland 2, Johnson 1, Kolo 1
KPA #2 104 KPA #1 82
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The first game of the day saw a KPA #2 team come out and shoot the ball very well and built an early lead and sustained it throughout. Antonio Sullivan (Kentucky State 14) continued his ability to score the ball and led KPA#2 with 25 points (5 3 pointers). Current Georgetown College player Tony Kimbro Jr. scored 21, and Corey Jackson (Charleston 14) scored 18 for KPA #2. KPA #1 was led by Vance Hall (Bellarmine 14) with 24 points. Hall continued his all around play in the KPA. Ulysses Thomas (Kentucky State 15) and Jomari Bradshaw (Florida A&M) scored 14 each for KPA #1.
KPA #2 104 - Antonio Sullivan 25, Tony Kimbro Jr. 21, Corey Jackson 18, Tyrell Means 15, CJ Trotter 13, Terrence Billups 6, Jerry Macon 6 3pt. Goals: Sullivan 5, Jackson 4, Kimbro Jr. 3, Trotter 3, Macon 2
KPA #1 82 - Vance Hall 24, Ulysses Thomas 14, Jomari Bradshaw 14, Joe Lawson 13, Aaron Nance 7, Orlando Rutledge 4, Aaron Schmidt 3, Brian Boerner 3 3pt. Goals: Thomas 4, Hall 4, Bradshaw 2, Boerner 1, Nance 1, Schmidt 1
KPA #3 93 Indiana Generals 79
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The final game of the day saw KPA #3 pull away in the second half from the Indiana Generals. Quayshaun Hamilton (Spalding 14) led KPA #3 with 21 points and a huge second half. Dewhon McAfee (Spalding 14) scored 17 and NAIA All American Jake Simpson had 16 for KPA #3. The Indiana Generals were led Chris McDonald (IU Southeast *current) with 29 points, and Brad Smith (Indiana Northwest) with 24.
KPA #3 93 - Quayshaun Hamilton 21, Dewhon McAfee 17, Jake Simpson 16, Carlos Mitchell 15, Sean Brown 11, Markus Montague 5, Billy Thompson 4, Melvyn Little 4 3pt. Goals: Hamilton 4, Mitchell 3, Simpson 2, McAfee 1, Brown 1
Indiana Generals 79 - Chris McDonald 29, Brad Smith 24, VJ Billups 11, Matt Wilson 5, David Scott 5, Quinton Horton 5 3pt. Goals: Smith 5, Billups 1, Scott 1, Wilson 1
Thursday June 18 KPA Results
Overseas Pros 110 Team Southern Indiana 92
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The final game of the night was interesting. The interesting part of the second game of the week between the two teams was the fact that Team Southern Indiana had two key players missing Chris Whitehead and Danny Gibson. Also 2014 MVP Antonio Ballard has been injured for the KPA, and has not played as of yet. However the Overseas Pros brought a nice squad to the game and ended up pulling away in a big fashion. Peyton Siva (Louisville/NBA/DLeague) scored 30 points and had 8 3's to lead the Overseas Pros. Alhaji Mohammed (Louisville/France) making his second ever KPA appearance and first apperance this season scored 24 points. Chris Dowe (Bellarmine/France) scored 21 and had some highlight reel dunks as usual. The veteran Nate Johnson (Louisville/Asia) scored 16. Darryl Baker (Lincoln Trail J.C.) scored 24 to lead Team SI, and Tenale Roland (Southern Indiana 15) scored 23. Current Bellarmine big man Yasin Kolo and Kegan Clark each scored 14 for Team SI. The Overseas Pros return to action Monday night at 8:30 vs. KPA #1 in their last league game. Team Southern Indiana will play the Indiana Generals at 7:30pm on Monday. The single elimination 8 team playoff will begin Tuesday.
Overseas Pros 110 - Peyton Siva 30, Alhaji Mohammed 24, Chris Dowe 21, Nate Johnson 16, Jazz Ferguson 9, Jake Thelen 6, Keisten Jones 4 3pt. Goals: Siva 8, Mohammed 4, Ferguson 3, Johnson 2, Dowe 1
Team Southern Indiana 92 - Darryl Baker 24, Tenale Roland 23, Yasin Kolo 14, Kegan Clark 14, Donovan Johnson 11, Josh Derksen 6 3pt. Goals: Roland 6, Baker 4, Johnson 1
KPA #1 108 KPA #3 92
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KPA #1 came out on fire and got back to the way they played opening night in a tough two point loss to Team Southern Indiana. Aaron Nance (Louisville/Football) absolutely showed why he is wanting to go overseas and play basketball. Nance dominated the game on both ends of the floor. The versatile 6-4 forward continues to get a comparison from me to KPA legend Jeff Gibbs. Nance scored a league high for this summer 38 points including 4 3's and several highlight dunks. Ulysses Thomas (Kentucky State 15) scored 22 with 5 3's. for KPA #1. Vance Hall (Bellarmine 14) and Jomari Bradshaw (Florida A&M 14) both scored 21 for KPA #1. Jake Simpson (IU Southeast 15) led KPA #3 and continued his solid play in the KPA and scored 24. Carlos Mitchell (IU Southeast/UBA0 scored 21 for KPA #3. KPA #1 will play the Overseas Pros at 8:30 Monday in their last league game. KPA #3 will play KPA #2 in their last league game at 6:30pm on Monday in their last league game. The 8 team single elimination playoffs will begin Tuesday.
KPA #1 108 - Aaron Nance 38, Ulysses Thomas 22, Vance Hall 21, Jomari Bradshaw 21, Aaron Schmidt 4, Brian Boerner 2 3pt. Goals - Thomas 5, Nance 4, Hall 2, Bradshaw 1
KPA #3 92 - Jake Simpson 24, Carlos Mitchell 21, Dewhon McAfee 17, Melvyn Little 11, Markus Montague 10, Billy Thompson 7, Sean Brown 2 3pt. Goals: McAfee 3, Mitchell 2, Little 1, Thompson 1, Simpson 1
KPA #2 89 Indiana Generals 82
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Antonio Sullivan (Kentucky State 14) and Corey Jackson (Charleston 14) both were on fire and scored 25 apiece to lead KPA #2 to victory. Tony Kimbro (Georgetown *Current) scored 12 for KPA #2. Chris McDonald (IU Southeast) scored 23 to lead the Generals. The veteran David Scott (Miami Ohio/Overseas) scored 15 for the Generals. KPA #2 will return to action Monday at 6:30pm vs. KPA #3. The Generals will play Team Southern Indiana at 7:30pm on Monday. The single elimination playoffs will begin on Tuesday.
KPA #2 89 - Antonio Sullivan 25, Corey Jackson 25, Tony Kimbro Jr. 12, Tyrell Means 10, Jaquan Ransom 9, Jerry Macon 8 3pt. Goals: Jackson 6, Sullivan 4, Macon 2, Means 2, Ransom 1
Indiana Generals 82 - Chris McDonald 23, David Scott 15, Quinton Horton 14, Brad Smith 14, Sean Hampton 11, Jacob Pollock 5
Monday June 22 KPA Results (Last night of League Play - Playoffs begin tomorrow at 6:30pm)
Team Southern Indiana 116 Indiana Generals 91
Video LInk: starts at 5:34 mark
Team Southern Indiana begin to pull away big in the second half in this one. Tenale Roland (Utah State/Southern Indiana 15) scored 30 for Team SI with 8 3's. Chris Whitehead (Bellarmine 15) poured in 28. This game marked the return of 2014 MVP Antonio Ballard (Miami Ohio/Switzerland) and he scored 16 in limited minutes and Yasin Kolo (Bellarmine *Current) scored 16. Chris McDonald (IU Southeast) led the Generals with 31 points.
Team Southern Indiana 116 - Tenale Roland 30, Chris Whitehead 28, Antonio Ballard 16, Yasin Kolo 16, Donovan Johnson 10, Kegan Clark 8, Darryl Baker 8 3pt. Goals: Roland 8, Baker 2, Whithead 1
Indiana Generals 91 - Chris McDonald 31, Brad Smith 16, VJ Billups 14, Quinton Horton 14, David Scott 11, Matt Wilson 3, Jacob Pollock 2 3pt. Goals: Scott 3, Smith 2, Horton 2, Wilson 1
Team Southern Indiana will play KPA #3 at 7:30 tomorrow in the playoffs. Indiana Generals will play Free Agency Basketball at 8:30 tomorrow night in the playoffs.
Overseas Pros 116 KPA #1 95
The Overseas Pros went on a big run to begin the 4th quarter to pull away. Overseas Pros were led by two veterans Nate Johnson (Louisville/Asia) with 29 and Leroy Hickerson (Cumberland/Mexico) with 27. Chris Dowe (Bellarmine/France) scored 21 for the winners. KPA #1 was led by Aaron Nance with 22 and Jomari Bradshaw (Florida A&M 14) with 19. The Overseas Pros played without Peyton Siva.
Overseas Pros 116 - Nate Johnson 29, Leroy Hickerson 27, Chris Dowe 21, Jazz Ferguson 13, Greg Grimes 10, Cartiea French-Toney 8, Jake Thelen 6, Keisten Jones 2 3pt. Goals: Johnson 4, Dowe 3, Ferguson 3, French-Toney 1
KPA #1 95 - Aaron Nance 22, Jomari Bradshaw 19, Ulysses Thomas 15, Joe Lawson 14, Vance Hall 14, Aaron Schmidt 6, Clint Happe 5 3pt. Goals: Nance 4, Thomas 3, Schmdit 2, Hall 2, Happe 1, Lawson 1, Bradshaw 1
Overseas Pros will play Wednesday at 8pm in the playoffs. KPA #1 will play at 6:30pm Tuesday in the playoffs vs. KPA #2.
KPA #2 103 KPA #3 87
KPA #2 was led by Tyrell Means (IU Southeast) with 27 and had some high flying dunks. Tony Kimbro Jr. (Georgetown College *Current) and Corey Jackson (Charleston 14) both had 18 for KPA #2. Jake Simpson (IU Southeast 15) lead KPA #3 with 19 points. Carlos Mitchell (IU Southeast/UBA) scored 16.
KPA #2 - Tyrell Means 27, Corey Jackson 18, Tony Kimbro Jr. 18, Jaquan Ransom 13, CJ Trotter 12, Jerry Macon 10, Terrence Billups 5 3pt. Goals: Ransom 3, Means 2, Jackson 2, Kimbro Jr. 2, Trotter 1, Billups 1
KPA #3 - Jake Simpson 19, Carlos Mitchell 16, Antoine Watson 15, Billy Thompson 10, Markus Montague 8, Melyvn Little 8, Dewhon McAfee 7,Quayshaun Hamilton 4 3pt. Goals: Mitchell 2, Simpson 1, McAfee 1, Watson 1
KPA #2 will play at 6:30 tomorrow in the playoffs. KPA #3 will play at 7:30 tomorrow in the playoffs.
19th Annual BSN Sports Kentuckiana Pro Am Playoff Results Tuesday June 23
KPA #1 87 KPA #2 86
KPA #1 pulled out a one point victory in an absolute war to begin the KPA playoffs. Aaron Nance hit two big free throws to give to KPA #1 the lead with 2.4 seconds on the clock, and KPA #2 could not score in the final seconds. KPA #1 was lead by Jomari Bradshaw (Florida A&M) with 22 points. Aaron Nance, Ulysses Thomas (Kentucky State 15), and Vance Hall (Bellarmine 14) all scored 19 points for KPA #1. KPA #2 was led by Tyrell Means (IU Southeast) with 23 points.
KPA #1 advances to tomorrow's semi final game vs. KPA #3 at 7pm.
KPA #1 87 - Jomari Bradshaw 22, Ulysses Thomas 19, Vance Hall 19, Aaron Nance 19, Orlando Rutledge 8 3pt. Goals: Thomas 6, Nance 3, Bradshaw 2, Hall 1
KPA #2 86 - Tyrell Means 23, Tony Kibro Jr. 17, Antonio Sullivan 16, Corey Jackson 14, CJ Trotter 8, Terrence Billups 8 3pt. Goals: Jackson 3, Sullivan 2, Means 1, Trotter 1
KPA #3 85 Team Southern Indiana 80 Overtime
The second game of the night was a huge upset with KPA #3 beating the defending champs Team Southern Indiana in overtime. IU Southeast standout Jake Simpson flat came to play in all phases of the game and led KPA #3 with 28 points. Antoine Watson (IU Southeast) scored 17 and played a great game on both ends of the floor. Quayshaun Hamilton (Spalding) scored 12 and Dewhon McAfee had 11 for KPA #3. The defending champs were led by Chris Whitehead (Bellarmine 15) with 33 points.
KPA #3 will play KPA #1 tomorrow at 7pm.
KPA #3 85 - Jake Simpson 28, Antoine Watson 17, Quayshaun Hamilton 12, Dewhon McAfee 11, Billy Thompson 9, Markus Montague 5, Carlos Mitchell 3 3pt. Goals: McAfee 2, Hamilton 2, Thompson 1, Simpson 1
Team Southern Indiana 80 - Chris Whitehead 33, Donovan Johnson 11, Danny Gibson 10, Darryl Baker 9, Tenale Roland 8, Kegan Clark 7, Josh Dersken 2 3pt. Goals: Gibson 2, Baker 2, Whitehead 1, Roland 1, Johnson 1
Free Agency Basketball 84 Indiana Generals 72
The third game of the night saw one of the two at large teams play in the playoffs. However only one team was formed due to the fact Kenny Kings from Indianapolis could not come. Free Agency basketball pulled away in the second half in this one. Eric Mosley (St. Bonaventure/Sweden) scored 22 points to lead Free Agency. Fitzgerald White (Union 15) and AJ Slaughter (Western Ky./Greece) had 14. The Generals were led by Chris McDonald (IU Southeast) with 27. McDonald has had an impressive KPA. Free Agency Basketball will play the Overseas Pros tomorrow night in the semi-finals at 8pm in what could be a big time basketball game.
Free Agency Basketball 84 - Eric Mosley 22, Fitzgerald White 17, AJ Slaughter 14, Albert Jackson 11, Darren White 6, Cardell McFarland 6, Jalen Ragland 5, Donovan Kates 3 3pt. Goals: Mosley 3, F. White 3, McFarland 1, Slaughter 1, Ragland 1, Kates 1
Indiana Generals 72 - Chris McDonald 27, Brad Smith 14, David Scott 13, VJ Billups 9, Clark 6, Horton 3 3pt. Goals: Scott 4, Smith 4, Billups 1, Horton 1,
19th Annual BSN Sports Kentuckiana Pro Am Semi Final Playoff Action
Game #1 KPA #1 95 KPA #3 82
Jomari Bradshaw (Florida A&M) poured in 32 points and Aaron Nance had 27 to lead KPA #1 to a solid victory to move into the championship game tomorrow night. Ulysses Thomas (Kentucky State 15) had 15 and Vance Hall (Bellarmine 14) had 12. KPA #3 was lead by Dewhon McAfee (Spalding 14) with 26 points, and and Jake Simpson (IU Southeast 14) had 18. KPA #1 will play in the 19th KPA championship at 7pm tomorrow.
KPA #1 95- Jomari Bradshaw 32, Aaron Nance 27, Ulysses Thomas 15, Vance Hall 12, Orlando Rutledge 6, Brian Boerner 3 3pt. Goals: Bradshaw 6, Nance 1, Thomas 1, Rutledge 1
KPA #3 82 - Dewhon McAfee 26, Jake Simpson 18, Carlos Mitchell 13, Melvyn Little 9, Quayshaun Hamilton 7, Antoine Watson 4, Billy Thompson 3, Parker Henes 2 3pt. Goals: McAfee 4, Hamilton 2, Thompson 1, Little 1
Game #2 Overseas Pros 91 Free Agency 84
Game #2 was a big time ball game. Two high powered teams went to war and the game was back and forth the entire way until the Overseas Pros pulled away with about 3 minutes to go in the game. Nate Johnson (Louisville/Asia) scored 23 points to lead OP, and Jazz Ferguson (IU Southeast/Italy) had 17. Leroy Hickerson (Cumberland/Mexico) and Leroy Nobles (IUPUI/Mexico) had 12. Free Agency was lead by European star AJ Slaughter (Western Kentucky/Greece) with 23 points and Eric Mosley (St. Bonaventure/Sweden) had 19. Darren White (Campbell/Erie (DLeague) had 14. Overseas Pros will play KPA #1 tomorrow in the 19th championship game.
Overseas Pros 91 - Nate Johnson 23, Jazz Ferguson 17, Rakeem Buckles 13, Leroy Hickerson 12, Leroy Nobles 12, Chris Dowe 8, Rick Bodiford 4, Jake Thelen 2 3pt. Goals: Johnson 3, Nobles 3, Ferguson 3, Buckles 1, Dowe 1
Free Agency Basketball 84 - AJ Slaughter 23, Eric Mosley 19, Darren White 14, Fitzgerald White 13, Donovan Kates 6, Albert Jackson 4, Cardell McFarland 3, Jalen Ragland 2 3pt. Goals: Slaughter 3, D. White 2, F. White 2, Mosley 2
2015 BSN SPORT Kentuckiana Pro Am Championship Night Results OVERSEAS PROS 126 KPA #1 104
The first quarter of this one was a war. Both teams played great in the first quarter and the game was tied 28 to 28 after 1 quarter of play. Then the Overseas Pros took it to another level and pulled away in a big way. The Overseas Pros were led by Leroy Nobles (IUPUI/Mexico) with 28 points. Nobles caught fire from 3 pt. land (8 3pt. Goals made) and played great basketball. He also came up big in the semi-finals with clutch shots. 2015 KPA MVP Nate Johnson scored 26 and continued his dominate play in the KPA. Rick Bodiford (IU Southeast/Canada) had 22, and veteran KPA legend Leroy Hickerson (Cumberland Tn./Mexico) had 21. KPA #1 was led by a big time talent in Aaron Nance who scored a KPA finals record 45 points with 11 3pt. goals made. Nance is a 6-4 versatile player who can play inside and out. He is a great athlete with a huge upside. Jomari Bradshaw (Florida A&M) scored 23, and Orlando Rutledge (Southern Indiana/Malta Italy) scored 20 for KPA #1.
Overseas Pros 126 - Leroy Nobles 28, Nate Johnson 26,Rick Bodiford 22, Leroy Hickerson 21, Jake Thelen 10, Keisten Jones 8, Chris Dowe 8, Jazz Ferguson 3 3pt. Goals: Nobles 8, Bodiford 4, Johnson 2, Ferguson 1, Jones 1
KPA #1 104 - Aaron Nance 45, Jomari Bradshaw 23, Orlando Rutledge 20, Vance Hall 10, Ulysses Thomas 4, Brian Boerner 2 3pt. Goals: Nance 11, Bradshaw 5, Rutledge 2, Hall 2
2015 KPA MVP Nate Johnson (Louisville/Qatar/Asia) - All League Team - Jazz Ferguson (IU Southeast/Italy), Leroy Hickerson (Cumberland Tn./Mexico), Chris Dowe (Bellarmine/France), Peyton Siva (Louisville/NBA), AJ Slaughter (Western Ky/Greece),Aaron Nance (Louisville Football), Jomari Bradshaw (Florida A&M), Vance Hall (Bellarmine), Jake Simpson (IU Southeast 15), Danny Gibson (Southern Indiana/Poland), Tenale Roland (Southern Indiana 15), Chris Whitehead (Bellarmine 15), Current College Player of the Year - Tony Kimbro Jr. (Georgetown College)