Posted On: 11/16/20 9:37 AM

The Teams

Burlington (12-10): The Grayhounds made the move from the MAC to the Southeast Conference last season, and it was a good move for them, a much better fit competitively. They were 6-4 against league foes last season, and they should be even better this season with 91.4% of the scoring returning. They’re led by quick guard Michael AlexanderMichaelAlexander5'7" | PGBurlington | 2021StateIA, who averaged 15.4 points a game last season. He’s a great athlete who thrives on getting to the bucket and putting pressure on the defense. Amarion DavisAmarionDavis6'1" | SFBurlington | 2022StateIA (9.8) and Brendon Hale also return in the backcourt, with Hale back as the lead guard after dishing out 4.1 assists a game. In all, eight players who averaged at least 5.0 points a game return, so this group should be deep, and they’ll be among the contenders to win the conference.

Fairfield (2-20): We knew things would be tough for the Trojans last season after graduating nearly every player who saw time, and they did struggle to a 2-20 finish. A number of freshmen saw playing time last season, however, which will be beneficial for the program moving forward. Max Wheaton (8.9) was the

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