Conference Game Day #4

Our printer is all screwed up and we were too lazy to go to the library, so if there are missing numbers: Sorry. You’re important. Promise. We tried our best.

WWU 75 @ MSUB 77

MSUB, like what??? Heck yeah. They played their own game. They trusted themselves and that’s exactly what it took. They were leading by five or so for most of the game, but occasionally the Vikings would creep back and start leading and then you could SEE the Jackets recommitting to playing their own game and ultimately… That was the ticket. Nicely done men!

Viking highlights: Kyle Impero had six boards and fourteen points; Jeffrey Parker had nine points and a FULL HOUSE. Off the bench Trey Drechsel had seven boards and 10 points; and Colby Mitchell had 14 points.

Yellowjacket highlights: Emmanuel Johnson had eight boards and fourteen points; Jace Anderson had a hella good night with 18 points on great shooting; Jordan Perry had nine boards and a full house. Off the bench… Brace yourselves: PRESTON BEVERLEY HAD SEVEN BOARDS, 26 POINTS, AND A FULL HOUSE. Way to go Preston!!

Overall an interesting game, if not concerning. The Vikings are frustrating; they’re doing less with more.

WOU 75 @ NNU 53

That score does not tell the whole story. NNU hung with the Wolves a long time. We’re talking until the second half hung with them. So that was good. It was good on both accounts; great to see the Wolves get that separation, great to see NNU hang around.

Wolf highlights: JULIAN NICHOLS had eight assists and 13 points; Tanner Omlid now in a starting role had 12 points; Jordan Wiley had 12 points; and Andy Avgi had seven boards and 11 points.

Crusader highlights: Bouna had a full house, including six boards; Joel Devastey had 10 points; and Kyle Bailey had six boards off the bench.

Devon Alexander returned to the conference play Devon Alexander that we saw last year. Good victory for the Wolves to simply have gotten it done and then a good glimpse into what the Crusaders could potentially be capable of as they keep grinding.

UAF 79 @ SPU 75

What the heck the Falcons are doing is beyond us. They led for HUGE stretches of this game and then gave it up. Oookay then. The good news is: The Nooks took advantage of it and come away from the weekend with a nice sweep.

Nanook highlights: Bangaly Kaba had 15 points; Joe Slcoum had five boards and four assists; Travante Williams had 17 points and six boards; Brandon Davis had nine points and five boards; ALMIR SHOWED UP and had 12 points and five boards. Off the bench Neil Chavez and Isaac Ladines both had six points each.

Falcon highlights: Bryce Leavitt had seven boards and four assists; Gilles Dierickx had 12 points and five boards; Mitch Penner had 11 boards; Garrett Swanson had nine points and six boards. Off the bench Sam Simpson had six points; Brendan Carroll had 18 points; and Gabe Colosimo had seven points.

Pathetic. Pathetic, pathetic, pathetic; but a very deserved victory for the Nooks -our highest congrats to them.

UAA 91 @ SMU 74

Frustrating. This game was frustrating. The lack of fundamentals that SMU displays is mind boggling. Stupid foul after stupid foul. They’d creep back in on offense and then promptly stop playing defense. Yikes. UAA is a really good team, that is definitive, but at the same time… WHAT WERE THE SAINTS DOING?!?

Seawolf highlights: Suki had 32 points and eight boards on great free throw shooting; Diante Mitchell had 12 points and six boards; Spencer Svejcar had 13 points and six boards; COREY HAMMELL had 17 points and 15 boards; and off the bench Brian McGill had 12 points.

Saint highlights: Cole Preston had 13 points and six assists; Jordan Kitchen had 11 points; Fred Jorg had 11 points and seven boards; and off the bench Rhett Baerlocher had eight points and nine boards.

Overall a very good game for the Seawolves and a pathetic game for the Saints.

CU-PDX 80 @ CWU 85

CU-Portland was in it the whole time, leading through some of it. It just speaks to how much parity is in our conference this year. They came close to beating a CWU team that convincingly beat Western Oregon, so… Things are getting even more interesting. Which way is up? Which way is down? Ask us in another four weeks.

Cavalier highlights: Drew Martin had nine boards; Latrell Wilson had 34 points; Jace Cates had seven points off the bench; and the best sixth man in the conference (Brian doesn’t count) had 12 boards and seven points.

Wildcat highlights: Terry Dawn had 11 points, five boards, and a full house; Gary Jacobs had 22 points and eight boards; Joe Stroud had 26 points and six boards; and off the bench Jerome Bryant had eight points and six boards.

Overall a super good and super intense game. Proud of the Cavs for staying in it and proud of the Wildcats for holding the Cavs off.


Bonus Game: UCSD did in fact beat Cal Poly Pomona by the skin of their teeth, so that was a good, close game.

Interesting weekend of GNAC play. We’re excited for the week. There should be some good discussions. POW noms and the announcement will be tomorrow, per usual. That should be interesting.

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