Top 20 Moments - Men's Basketball

February 13, 1994
Needing a victory to clinch its first-ever SCAC men's basketball championships, Oglethorpe University senior forward Brian Davis banks in a three-pointer off the glass at the buzzer to stun Trinity University in overtime at Dorough Field House, 72-71. It was the first three-pointer of Davis' career as he would go on to earn conference Player-of-the-Year honors and become the league's first men's basketball all-America selection in the SCAC era.

February 24, 2006
Eighth-seeded Rhodes College knocks off top-seeded Trinity University, 87-83, in the first round of the 2006 SCAC Men’s Basketball Tournament – played on Rhodes’ home floor in Memphis. It is the only time an eight seed would defeat a one-seed in the five years the tournament seeded 1-8 and before the league went to divisional play in 2008. Trinity had won nine consecutive tournament games and three straight SCAC championships before this first-round loss. Despite the loss, Trinity earns an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament.

December 30, 2008
DePauw University's Mike Moore had a game-high nine assists in the Tigers’ 76-56 victory over Drew (N.J.) University in Monday's opening round of the Tampa Shootout. The nine assists gave the senior 501 for his career, making him the league's all-time leader in the category. Moore just missed a triple-double with 10 points, nine rebounds and nine assists. Albert Johnson of Rhodes College (1992/93-1995/96) held the former SCAC career assists mark with 499.

February 26, 2011
Oglethorpe University senior forward Todd Ward becomes the all-time leading rebounder in SCAC history when he corralls his 858th career board in the second half of the Petrels' 70-57 semifinal loss to Centre College. Ward went on to grab two more rebounds on the night to push the all-time mark for rebounding superiority to 860. Centre's Coy Zerhusen now sits alone in second place in the record books with 857 career rebounds.

February 24, 2008
Centre College defeats Sewanee-The University of the South, 82-50, to complete the first perfect conference season in SCAC history (14-0) and extends its overall winning streak to 23 games as well as its winning streak over conference opponents to 23 straight games. The Colonels are ranked #2 in the nation according to - the highest ranking ever achieved by an SCAC men's basketball team. The following week, Centre would extend its winning streak to 25 games with first and second round wins in the 2008 SCAC Men's Basketball Tournament before falling to Millsaps College in the title game.

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