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UVI teams season finale? - Feb 8, 2019

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University of the Virgin Islands Buccaneers (10-13) returns to the road for their final regular season games. The Bucs women and men teams travel to South Carolina to face Morris College and Voorhees on Saturday and Sunday respectively.

TAKING 2: Last Friday and Saturday evening the Bucs won over the visiting Grace Christian 86-67 and on 78-69 after GCU lead for a majority of the game.

Quote: Grace Christian Head Coach Gary Bailey was happy with the team's effort despite the two losses. "Even though we had two losses this weekend to the same team I felt like we played two outstanding games. They were an excellent team. It was also really nice for the guys to break up winter a little bit."

Back on the road:
Feb. 9th Morris College (4-11) 9pm
Feb. 10th Voorhees (16-5) 6pm

GAME MISSED: 'Due to Unforeseen circumstances, the Edward Waters men's basketball game versus UVI has been canceled,' stated on Edward Waters twitter feed for game on Feb 7th.

2018-19 UVI Team Rankings in NAIA
Ranks Number 5 in Division I in Scoring Margin (18.100)
Ranks Number 7 in Division I in Total Rebound Margin (9.350)
Ranks Number 12 in Division I in Blocks per Game (4.450)
Ranks Number 19 in Division I in Total Blocks (89)
Ranks Number 26 in Division I in Field Goal Pct (0.472)
Ranks Number 37 in Division I in Total Rebound Defense (35.938)
Ranks Number 45 in Division I in Defensive Rebounds per Game (27.600)
Ranks Number 45 in Division I in Scoring Offense per Game (80.150)
Ranks Number 46 in Division I in Total Rebounds per Game (38.100)
Ranks Number 49 in Division I in Offensive Rebounds per Game (10.500)

2018-19 UVI Individual Rankings in NAIA
Elijah Bush Ranks Number 27 in Division I in Field Goal Pct (0.547)
Harold Cardwell Ranks Number 33 in Division I in Assists per Game (4.000)
Quinton Bush Ranks Number 34 in Division I in Blocks per Game (1.211)
Elijah Bush Ranks Number 40 in Division I in Blocks per Game (1.158)
Quinton Bush Ranks Number 45 in Division I in Total Blocks (23)
Elijah Bush Ranks Number 46 in Division I in Total Blocks (22)

UVI Women
The Lady Bucs (6-19) is coming off 17 days off and will see a familiar face in Jahnyra Donovan who suits up for Morris College.

Feb 9th Morris (S.C.) 2-13 7:00 PM
Feb 10th Voorhees (S.C.) 14-10 4:00 PM
Feb 12th Barber Scotia

2018-19 UVI Individual Rankings in NAIA
Asia Vetter Ranks Number 45 in Division II in Total Assists (90)


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