Sunday, 31 October 2010

Sunday Recap

Western 83 UQAM 74   The Mustangs (5-0 vs. CIS teams) kept the Citadins winless in what was described as a physical affair with numerous fouls.  Western got tremendous performances from Ryan Barbeau 16pts 4 rbs 7 assts 4 stls, Adam Jespersen 16 pts 17 rbs. 4 assts 2 stls, Andy Wedemire 21pts 5 rbs, freshman Peter Scholtes 11 pts and Marcus Barnett 14 pts 5 rbs

The game was reasonably tight throughout as the Mustangs tried to deal with UQAM's constant full court pressure.  Western took their largest lead of the game at 13 with about 4 minutes remaining and then clinched the game on the foul line.

"We didn't play well but did enough to get the win. We will need to be better this week as league play begins. " Said Western Head Coach Bradley Campbell.

York 91, Bishop's 67  The Lions built an early 24-10 lead and cruised to an easy win against the winless Gaiters.  York built their largest lead at 70-42 after three quarters as 4 of 5 Lions starters finished in double figures.  5'11" Oriene Green led Bishop's with 16 points while 6'8" freshman center Mike Andrews and 6'1" sophomore guard Onnex Blackwood each finished with 12 points.

Vermont 68, Concordia 56  The Stingers stayed in the game until midway through the second half, down only 4 with 9 minutes remaining before an 8-1 run by the Catamounts put the game away.  Concordia hit 7 of 10 threes at one stretch to keep themselves in it. 

Vermont took a 32-31 lead into halftime as all 13 Catamounts that dressed saw action in the opening 20 minutes of play. UVM led by as many as six in the opening stanza at 21-15 with 8:45 to go in the frame.  The Catamounts were on top 30-25 before Concordia netted six straight to take a one-point advantage with just over a minute to play in the first. 

Vermont opened the second half by scoring eight straight to extend its lead to 40-31 later led 51-47 with 9:04 to go when it used a 7-1 run to extend its lead to 58-48.  6'5" James Clark finished with 18 points for Concordia (14 in the first half), while 6'2" Decee Krah added 17 as the Stingers shot only 34.6 percent from the floor in the second half and committed 20 turnovers in the game.

Box Score

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