Posted On: 01/6/20 5:00 PM

POTOMAC, MD -- The IAC/MAC Challenge, which is officially in the books, finished 4-2 in favor of the IAC. Coaches from Columbia, George Mason, George Washington, Lehigh, Quinnipiac, and St. Joseph's were all spotted in the gym throughout the day. It's time to take a closer look at what we've learned. Here is a rundown of 10 superlatives from Saturday's action. 


In our preview, we tabbed Chenery as the X-Factor for the Maroon. The Quinnipiac commit played one of his best games and his team impressed as a result. Chenery showcased his athleticism early and often throughout his team's win. The 6-foot-6 wing dunked the ball regularly and with relative ease. Chenery covered ground quickly which along with his anticipation skills made him effective defensively. He looked to get out and run whenever possible and this was when he was at his best. 

Honorable Mention: Quincy Allen, Maret '21; Elliott Black, SSSAS '22


Johnson drew the initial assignment of guarding Ryan Cornish from Sidwell, and he did a tremendous job. His combination of strength and quickness proved to be effective. Johnson also demonstrated

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