Tuesday, 4 September 2007

Late Scores from Monday

UC-Santa Barbara 74, Victoria 64 The Gauchos trailed for the better part of three quarters, but pulled ahead in the final frame to up-end the Vikes 74-64 Sunday night at McKinnon Gymnasium. The Vikes held a nine-point lead in the second half. UVic held the lead right up until the end of the third quarter, when Gauchos guard Alex Harris scored two straight hoops to give his team their first lead of the game since the opening minute. Harris, who led the Big West conference in scoring last season, finished with a game high of 28 points on 11-for-21 shooting. Brandon Dunlop and Tyler Hass had 14 apiece to lead the Vikes. Mike Tucker's report from the UVic web site Vic gives up big lead to Gauchos Also a report from the UC-Santa Barbara web site Harris Scores 28 as Gauchos Rally Past Victoria in First Game of Canadian Tour plus last night's Box Score

Weber State 95, Saskatchewan 76 Five consecutive turnovers early in the fourth quarter by the Huskies broke open a tie game in the matter of about 3 minutes and Weber State coasted to a victory over the Huskies in a game that was much closer than the score indicated. With score tied at 66-66 and 8:25 remaining in the game, the Wildcats went on a 16-0 run to ice the game. 6'8" Andrew Spagrud led the Huskies with a game-high 32 points, adding 6 assists and 4 rebounds. Report on Saskatchewan's weekend plus Box Score

Wayne Kondro's recap of the Ottawa/Alabama game plus comments from both of the Ottawa-based Head Coaches on what they were able to gleam from this weekend's series of games against NCAA schools Gee-Gees, Ravens learn tough lessons

McGill's web site does a solid job covering yesterday's double overtime loss by the Redmen to Illinois including photos and the box score Illinois defeats McGill in double overtime

David Naylor of the Globe and Mail's article on Illinois trip Jordan making own name

Howard Tsumura's article on UBC and their thoughts of going NCAA including comments from the Boise State coach Point Grey Campus draws praise

An article from the Ancaster News on 6'10" Jordan Foebel, the York U. grad now playing professionally in Germany Ancaster native playing basketball in Germany

An article on Douglas College's star Bol Kong who impressed many this past weekend as the BCAA school met some NCAA opponents They were so impressed

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