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Results from Week #2 (ending Nov. 26, 2018):

 

Jacksonville (1-1) @ New Mexico (0-1, Conf D): Jacksonville hung with talented New Mexico for just a couple minutes and then the game slipped away from them. By the half, the Dolphins trailed 41-29. The Lobos didn’t let up in the 2nd half, so Jacksonville got rocked 84-63 as New Mexico poured in 30 points in the paint. 25 turnovers by the Dolphins kept them from ever being able to make a serious run. C Ross Walker led Jacksonville with 12 points and 7 rebounds. [1-2]

Wofford (1-1) @ Northwestern (2-1, Conf C): In Wofford’s 3rd straight game on the road, the Terriers nipped Northwestern early and opened a 16 point lead, but let the Wildcats back into the game and only led at the half by a 43-37 score. During the first portion of the 2nd half, there were 12 lead changes. Northwestern’s defense then tightened and Jacksonville fell 81-70. Northwestern scored 14 more points at the foul line. PF Rob Leonard knocked down 17 points and SF Chris Wilder had 15 for Wofford. [1-2]

Morehead St. (0-1, Conf N) at Texas St. (0-2): In Texas State’s first home game of the season, the Bobcats looked nervous early and fell behind by 11 points. But the Bobcats fought back to gain a 40-40 tie at the break. In the 2nd half, the Bobcats defense overwhelmed the Eagles. Texas State pulled away for a convincing 75-57 smack down of Morehead State. SF Darryl Brown, PF Andre Virgil, and PF Garrick Allen each scored 15 points for Texas State, while Virgil accomplished a double-double with 11 boards. [1-2]

Wright State (1-1, Conf I) at Cal-Davis (2-0): This game had 23 lead changes and 12 ties. Cal-Davis trailed 36-35 at the half. The Aggies out-lasted the Raiders to gain a 79-73 victory. For Cal-Davis, SG Chauncey Ammons poured in 19 points, PF Mark Stone scored 14, and SF Tori Johnson added 10. Wright State’s C Nate Hahn scored 16 and grabbed 12 rebounds. [3-0] 

Chicago St. (1-1) at North Dakota (0-2, Conf U): The first half was close throughout. Chicago State finished the half trailing 40-38. North Dakota scored early and often in the early stages of the 2nd half, and then hung on to pin a 75-67 loss on Chicago State. PG Desmond Pugh was the Cougars top scorer with 11 points while SG Tom Romar added 10. [1-2]

Hartford (2-1, Conf R) @ Jacksonville (1-2): This game was close the entire way. The score at the half was 41-38 in favor of Hartford. Momentum swayed back and forth throughout the 2nd half. With 2-1/2 minutes left in the game, Jacksonville finished a 6 point run that put them on top 61-58. Fortunes turned abruptly at that point when the Dolphins went stone cold and failed for score again, while the Hawks hit for 7 points resulting in a disappointing 65-61 loss for Jacksonville. Jacksonville’s offense was paced by C Ross Walker’s 14 points, SG Jacque Thompson’s 13 points, and SF Robbie Martin’s 10 points. Martin also had 7 steals. For Hartford, PG Josh Laster had 10 turnovers, but that was offset by last season’s Conference S freshman player of the year and 1st team all-conference C George Neal dominating the paint and scoring 21 points while hauling in 10 rebounds. His interior running mate, PF James Green, also had 10 boards. Another factor weighing in Hartford’s favor was that they got to the line 11 more times and scored 9 more points on free throws that the Dolphins. [1-3]

Delaware St. (2-1, Conf P) @ Wofford (1-2): Wofford gained control early in this contest. By the end of the first half the Terriers were in charge by a 38-25 score. Wofford’s dominance became even more pronounced in the 2nd half as they outshot the Hornets 60% to 34%, controlled the boards 27-15, and hit 11 of 14 from beyond the arc. After expanding their lead to 32 points, Wofford finished the game by whipping Delaware State 75-48. PF Rod Leonard and PG Antuan Lackey both scored 14 points to lead the scoring for the Terriers and reserve Colin Emery scored 12. [2-2] 

Texas St. (1-2) @ Iowa St. (0-2, Conf D): Texas State controlled the game early in the first half and built a 9-point lead. But Iowa State struck back and by the end of the half the Cyclones had the Bobcats in a 38-28 deficit. Iowa State then put on a dazzling offensive show in the 2nd half. Their lead grew to as much as 24 points. Texas State sustained an 88-71 drubbing. Texas State’s PF Andre Virgil scored 17 and pulled down 8 boards and SF Darryl Brown and PG Garrick Allen both scored 11 points. [1-3]

UIC (2-1, Conf O) @ Cal-Davis (3-0): The lead in this game shifted back and forth throughout the entire contest. At the half the score was tied 49-49. But following 29 lead changes and 16 ties, Cal-Davis allowed a home game to slip away by a score of 88-79 as UIC hit 14 of 24 three-point shots. SG Chauncey Ammons chipped in 13 points (as well as 7 rebounds and 5 assists), SF Tori Johnson had 12, PG B.J. Dumas scored 11, and reserve Dustin Jordan added 10. UIC’s PG Blane Grigsby dished out 11 assists. [3-1]

American (3-0, Conf U) @ Chicago St. (1-2): Chicago State relished home-cookin’ and jumped out to a 38-20 halftime advantage before dispensing with American 67-47. The Cougars held the Eagles shooting to just 24%. C Dane Jackson dropped in 17 points and PF Brian Cross hit for 13 for Chicago State. [2-2]

Injury: Reserve SG Will Rowland of Chicago State is nursing a sore knee but should be available for the Cougars’ next game. 

Standouts in Week 2: 

Dane Jackson (Chicago State C)-12.0 ppg and 6.5 rpg
Brian Cross (Chicago State PF)-10.5 ppg and 6.5 rpg
Chauncey Ammons (Cal-Davis SG)-16.0 ppg, 5.0 rpg, and 2.5 apg
Ross Walker (Jacksonville C)-13.0 ppg and 6.0 rpg
Garrick Allen (Texas St. PG)-13.0 ppg
Darryl Brown (Texas St. SF)-13.0 ppg and 67% 3P%
Andre Virgil (Texas St. PG)-16.0 ppg, 9.5 rpg, and 100% 3P%
Rod Leonard (Wofford PF)-15.5 ppg and 65% FG%


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Results from Week #3 (ending Dec. 3, 2018):

 

Jacksonville (1-3) @ Houston (1-2, Conf D): In the first half, Jacksonville was stymied by Houston’s defense and fell behind by a score of 37-18 at the break. Although the Dolphins’ offense improved in the 2nd half, they never could make inroads against the Cougars and were beaten 71-51. The biggest difference in the game was that Jacksonville had 23 turnovers to just 7 by Houston. C Ross Walker scored 12 and grabbed 12 rebounds and SG Jacque Thompson scored 10 and had 11 boards, a steal and 3 blocks. Houston’s PF Anthony Leath also had a double-double (17 points and 10 rebounds). Starting SF Robbie Martin sustained a stressed hamstring and will miss the next 2-3 games for Jacksonville. [1-4]

Wofford (2-2) @ Bethune-Cookman (4-0, Conf Q): Wofford was trounced the unbeaten Wildcats in the first half to the tune of 40-19. The Terriers fell behind by 32 in the 2nd half before rallying late to cut the final losing margin to 62-47. SF Chris Wilder and SG Sam Spurgeon both scored 10 points for Wofford while PG Antuan Lackey dished out 8 assists. [2-3]

Texas St. (1-3) @ Seattle (1-1, Conf V): There were 9 lead changes and 5 ties in the first half, but Texas State took control late to post a 38-30 halftime lead. The Bobcats dismantled the Redhawks in the 2nd half to garner a 76-53 road win. Texas State’s PG Garrick Allen popped in 22 points, SF Darryl Brown hit for 13 points, and C David Colbert scored 12. [2-3]

Cal-Davis (3-1) @ Dayton (1-3, Conf G): Dayton raced out to a 55-36 halftime advantage. Cal-Davis was unable to cut into the deficit in the 2nd and fell 83-63. For the Aggies, SF Tori Johnsen hit for 16 while reserves Tomas Morrill and Dustin Jordan scored 11 and 10 points, respectively. [3-2]

Air Force (2-1, Conf G) @ Chicago St. (2-2): Chicago State shot down the Falcons in the first half 42-34, but Air Force strafed the Cougars in the 2nd half to plant a 77-67 home loss of Chicago State. The Cougars were outshot by Air Force 51% to 41%. SG Tom Romar notched 19 points, C Dane Jackson hit for 12 points, reserve Lamont Millford scored 11, and PF Brian Cross added 10 points for Chicago State. [2-3]

Belmont (1-2, Conf N) @ Jacksonville (1-4): Jacksonville gradually built a lead throughout the first half and finished the half in front by a score of 34-26. The Dolphins expanded their lead to as much as 23 points in the 2nd half and knocked off the Bears 71-54. Jacksonville was led from the outside by SG Jacque Thompson’s 16 points and PG Michael Fredericks’ 14 points while PF Marcus Graves did interior damage with 10 points and 12 boards. [2-4]

UMBC (3-2, Conf Q) @ Wofford (2-3): Wofford dominated the Retrievers and took a 46-26 lead to the locker room. Connecting on 12 of 23 from 3-point land, the Terriers won easily 78-59. Reserve Colin Emery scored 18 points to lead Wofford’s offense while SG Sam Spurgeon hit for 14. [3-3]

Texas St. (2-3) @ Chicago St. (2-3): Vernell Strom and DJ Brower challenged each other. The game was close throughout, but Brower’s Cougars took a 40-34 lead at the half. In the 2nd half Strom’s Texas State team never game in but came out on the short end of a 75-67 score. PG Desmond Pugh and PF Brian Cross both scored 16 points (Cross also had 8 boards, 2 steals, and 3 blocks) for Chicago State while SG Tom Romar added 11 points and C Dane Jackson finished with 9 points and 12 rebounds. Texas State was led offensively by PF Darryl Brown with 14 points and PF Andre Virgil with 11 points. [Chicago State: 3-3; Texas State: 2-4]

Oregon St. (1-3, Conf E) @ Cal-Davis (3-2): After starting the season with 3 straight wins, Cal-Davis entered this game with a 2-game losing streak. Monroe Thurlow had the Aggies employ a solid defense which succeeded in their gaining a 29-23 halftime lead. Oregon State was unable to solve the Aggies’ defense in the 2nd half and Cal-Davis came away with a 53-46 victory. C Abraham Jackson scored 12 and SF Tori Johnsen added 11 for the Aggies. [4-2]

Award: SG Tom Romar of Chicago State was named the Conference T Freshman Player of the Week based on his scoring 30 points in the Cougars’ two games this week.

Injury: SF Robbie Martin of Jacksonville remains sidelined with a hamstring injury but should be ready to play in the Dolphin’s 2nd game this coming week.

Standouts in Week 3: 

Tom Romar (Chicago St. SG), 15.0 ppg
Brian Cross (Chicago St. PF), 13.0 ppg and 6.0 rpg
Dane Jackson (Chicago St. C), 10.5 ppg and 9.0 rpg
Tori Johnson (Cal-Davis SF), 13.5 ppg and 6.0 rpg
Jacque Thompson (Jacksonville SG), 13.0 ppg, 6.0 rpg and 2.5 bpg
Ross Walker (Jacksonville C), 10.0 ppg and 8.5 rpg
Garrick Allen (Texas St. PG), 13.5 ppg and 60.0% FG%
Darryl Brown (Texas St. SF), 13.5 ppg
Sam Spurgeon (Wofford SG), 12.0 ppg
Colin Emery (Wofford SF), 11.5 ppg and 64% FG%





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