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College Hoops Round Up - Nov 13, 2018


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De'Quon Lake
Senior Jordan Murphy (201-F-97) had 11 points, 17 rebounds and five assists as all five Minnesota (2-0) starters scored in double digits, guiding the Gophers past Utah 78-69 on Monday night. Minnesota: Plays Texas A&M on Sunday in the first of three games in the Vancouver Showcase, followed by matchups with Santa Clara and Washington.

Senior De'Quon Lake (208-F) was perfect from the field scoring 10 points and threw down some thunderous dunks in the process as Arizona State men's basketball defeated the Long Beach State 49ers 90-58 Monday night at Wells Fargo Arena in Tempe. Lake was a perfect 5-for-5 from the field and corralled seven rebounds.. The Sun Devils look to continue their 16 straight regular season out of conference win streak on Friday, Nov. 16 against San Francisco. Tip-off from San Francisco, CA is slated for 11 p.m. and can be viewed on Pac-12 Networks

Sophomore Nicolas Claxton (211-SF-99) nabbed his first career double-double with a career-high in points and rebounds notching 15 and 13 respectively as the Bulldogs beat Savannah State, 110-76, Friday night at Stegeman Coliseum. Georgia travels to Philadelphia on Tuesday, November 13, to take on Temple University. The game is set for 8:00 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN3.
Sophomore Forward Nicolas Claxton
On setting the tone
"We just wanted to come out and there, and like you said, set the tone and bring the intensity early. We didn't wanna give them any confidence starting the game off. We definitely look to get out a run. I don't think we took as many 3s as them. We like to play a little more inside-out. That pace it was different, a lot different than probably the teams we'll play. It was good for us to get in shape and get out there and compete against them."
On the tempo
"I would say the tempo we played with today is close to where we want to play. As long as we're playing fast, and we need to cut down on our turnovers. We need to make sure we're taking care of the ball. We can't just be playing fast and playing reckless. Playing fast and smart is the biggest thing."

Rashawn Fredericks (196-G/F-96) and the Cincinnati Bearcats hosts North Carolina Central, Tuesday evening,7pm on FOX Sports Ohio/ESPN3.

Ahsan Asadullah (203-C) and Lipscomb Bisons host the Battle of the Boulevard against Belmont on Thursday Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m. The game will air on ESPN+.

Jahmiah Simmons (193-F-98) and the North Texas basketball team claimed the 2018 Outrigger Resorts Rainbow Classic with a 68-51 win late Sunday night over Hawaii. The Mean Green won all three games in the classic in route to the title and improved to 4-0 for the first time since 1990. Simmons had his best offensive showing with 13 points. The Mean Green will face next Texas A&M-Commerce at the Super Pit on Wednesday at 9 p.m on C-USA.TV.

Collins Joseph and the Savannah State men's basketball team (1-2) returned home with a 105-95 win against Middle Georgia State at Tiger Arena Sunday evening. Joseph led all SSU scorers with 19 points in just 14 minute and Romani Hansen added 8 rebounds and four assists. Sav State returns to action Tuesday evening versus Tennessee Tech University and streamed https://ssuathletics.com/watch/?Live=468&type=Live

Shaun Willett (193-F) recorded his third double-double in four games, and set a new career-high with 22 points, as the seventh-ranked Queens University of Charlotte men's basketball team (3-1) pulled away from Young Harris College (0-2) to win it 85-69 on Saturday night at Shuford Gymnasium in the final game of the Conference Challenge. Willett grabbed 11 rebounds and added seven assists to notch the sixth double-double of his career. Queens returns to action on Wednesday night in its home opener versus the University of West Georgia (9pm). Live play-by-play coverage will be available on https://portal.stretchinternet.com/queensathletics/

Stephaun Adams (185-G-96) led the Tigers (4-0) with 18 points and Campbellsville used a big 25-3 run in the second half to distance itself from Lindenwood-Belleville in a 90-66 win on Saturday afternoon. Adams leads the team in points per game with 19.8 and total assists with 22, proving to be able to score and setup his teammate to do the same. Campbellsville will play Alice Lloyd College this evening in the Stroke Awareness Night at 8pm. CU will continue the home stand this weekend with their first of back-to-back weekend tournaments in the Lou Cunningham Classic against Oakwood University and Philander Smith College. The games will be streamed at https://campbellsvilletigers.com/watch/?Live=561&type=Live

Leonardo Castillo and Motlow State CC (1-3) dropped a pair of games on the road over the weekend. Castillo hit 8-15 from the field, including 3-5 three pointers, and led the Bucks with 19 points while grabbing seven rebounds, and notching four steals and three assists in an overtime loss to USC-Salkehatchie, 77-76, Saturday afternoon. Castillo was held to 10 points and had seven rebounds falling to the host school Georgia Highlands 76-71 Friday night.

Miguel Lopez (202-F) and Otero CC (3-2) got back above .500 over the weekend with a pair of victories. Lopez was near perfection with 26 points, 11-12 from the field, 10 rebounds, two assists and two steals in Otero's drubbing of Northern New Mexico JV, 136-88, on Friday. The sophomore followed up that effort with eight points and three rebounds in a close win over Frank Phillips, 90-77 on Saturday. This weekend, Otero hosts Northwest Wyoming College (Friday) and Lamar Community College - JV (Saturday) at home.

St. Thomians Antonio Warner and Elisha Arnold are set to do battle as Chesapeake College (1-2) travels to Montgomery College (MD) on Wednesday at 8:30pm. Warner is coming off a 12 points and 4 assists performance in a loss to Harcum College, 88-62, last Friday. Arnold and MCC (3-0) record improves to 3-0 after routing Monroe JV on Sunday, 74-59.

Malik Mooving (152-PG)'s 19 points paced New Mexico Juco in a win over Central Arizona, 83-70 in their fourth game in five days. The win moved the T-Bird to 7-0 on the season.
  




Ahsan
Asadullah
Lipscomb advances in NIT - 30 minutes ago
Ahsan Asadullah (203-C) and the Lipscomb men's basketball team needed a second-half comeback to keep its season alive Tuesday at Davidson. The script on Saturday in Greensboro, North Carolina was much different. The Bisons turned a one-point deficit late in the first half into a convincing 86-69 beat down of top-seeded UNCG in second-round action of the NIT at the Greensboro Coliseum. With the win Lipscomb advances to the quarterfinals of the NIT and will face the winner of No. 2 NC Sta...   [read more]

Jordan
Murphy
Gophers' Jordan Murphy didn't get the ending he deserved - 48 minutes ago
DES MOINES, Iowa - Richard Pitino took a timeout in an effort to stop the bleeding amid a 14-0 Michigan State run in the first half Saturday. The Gophers' players on the floor ran toward their coach in search of answers. The problem was, the one man who might have been able to resuscitate Minnesota's Sweet 16 hopes wasn't among them. Slowly, Jordan Murphy (201-F-97) made his way from behind the bench toward the Gophers' huddle, grimacing with every labored step, using the Gophers' bench...   [read more]

Desi
Rodriguez
Rodriguez and Clippers in must win - 1 day ago
The Santa Cruz Warriors (33-16) mounted a second half comeback to defeat Desi Rodriguez (198-F-96, college: Seton Hall) and the Agua Caliente Clippers of Ontario (26-23) Friday night at Kaiser Permanente Arena, 113-109. Santa Cruz will now complete their home back-to-back against Agua Caliente Saturday night, with the Warriors clinching a first-round bye in the 2019 NBA G League Playoffs with a win. Rodriguez had nine points for the Clips. Agua Caliente started the night with a 20-6 ru...   [read more]


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