Mavericks Men's Basketball 2014-15

2014 Mavericks Sophs All Move On

All 6 of the Northern Oklahoma College Mavericks graduated with Associates Degrees in the spring and moved on to 4 year institutions.

JJ N'Ganga signed with NCAA D1 New Mexico Lobos

Simeon Dennis signed with NCAA D1 St. Peter's

Cortrael Colbert signed with NCAA D2 Newman University

Maurice Williams signed with NCAA D2 Cameron University

CJ Rodriguez signed with NCAA D2 Southern Nazarene University

Rolando Gardner signed with NAIA Sterling College.

A freshman also signed with a 4 year institution.  Pablo Rodriguez signed with Sterling College.

We are very proud of all of these men and wish them the best in their continued futures!

Nganga Signs With Lobos

6'10 Sophomore Center JJ Nganga signed with the New Mexico Lobos on signing day.  Nganga averaged 6.1 ppg and 5.3 rpg for the Northern Oklahoma College Mavericks.  He battled some non-conference injuries but played his best ball down the stretch including a 14 point 11 rebound performance against NOC-Enid in the quarterfinals of the Region II basketball tournament.  Nganga is the first sophomore to commit for the Mavericks.

Postseason Award Winners

Two Mavericks received postseason honors for Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa.

6'4 sophomore guard Simeon Dennis was selected 2nd Team All-Region II, 2nd Team All-OCAC, and to the Region II All-Tournament team.  Dennis averaged 16.1 ppg 3.0 rpg and shot 44% from the three while connecting on 85 total makes.

 

6'2 sophomore point guard Cortrael Colbert was selected 3rd Team All-OCAC.  Colbert averaged 16.5 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 3.6 apg and 2.1 spg. Colbert has been a part of 46 wins, a conference championship and a Region II semifinal appearance in his two years at the school.

 

 The Mavericks finished the season 19-14 overall and advanced to the Region II semifinals.