Two Maverick alumni make immediate impact at their new schools


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Just seven months after their Mavericks careers ended in Dehli, N.Y., two MCTC alumni are making an impact at their new NCAA Division II schools.

Cameron Hodges ’09 made is NCAA debut for Minnesota State University, Mankato on Nov. 15 in a 90-57 rout of NCAA Division III team Monmouth (Ill.). Hodges, who started at guard for the MSU Mavericks, played 18 minutes, scoring 5 points, grabbing 5 rebounds and a steal in the game.

Since then, Hodges has made four more starts, averaging nearly 20 minutes and 6.2 points per game. Against the University of Nebraska-Kearney on Nov. 21, Hodges scored a season-high 9 points in 26 minutes on the floor. The MSU Mavericks have a 6-0 record and are ranked no. 22 in Division II.

In six games, Cortez Wallace ’09, has scored 12 points in 47 minutes for an NCAA Division II school: Missouri Western State University. Wallace also has 9 rebouts for the MWSU Griffons, who have a 5-1 record.

In two preseason games, Wallace played 21 minutes scoring 7 points with eight rebounds in the two games. In the first exhibition game against Division I Creighton, Wallace played in front of more than 15,000 fans.

Sean Mayberry ’09 is MCTC’s third 2009 graduate at a Division II school. In five games this season Mayberry has not played for the University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. The Bulldogs have a 2-3 record.

2008 alums get playing time at UMD, Hamline

Two 2008 alums are getting playing time this season at Minnesota-Duluth and Hamline University.

In 3 games, Nick Ables has played 13 minutes with three defensive rebounds at Duluth.

At Hamline, Dan Anderson has played five games this season, stating three.
Anderson has nine points so far this season, all coming off the bench against Buena Vista University.

Anderson also has 12 rebounds, three blocked shots, 1 steal and 10 assists.