Monday, November 12, 2012

Monday's roundup of Sunday's matchups, plus more

Unlike Saturday, the WAC went undefeated on Sunday.

It was 41-30 in favor of host Oregon State over New Mexico State at the half and that eventually turned into a 71-62 win for the Beavers. Daniel Mullings and Tyrone Watson each scored 14 points for the Aggies with Bandja Sy adding 12. NMSU shot just 36% (1-11 from three-point range) while allowing OSU to shot 42% but Coach Marvin Menzies' group won the battle of the boards 46-33.

Jason Groves game-tweeted. Jason also game reported, with analysis. Kevin Hampton does the same from the Oregon State perspective.


Seattle held a 43-30 lead over visiting Montana State after 20 minutes and went on to victory 87-72. Four Redhawk players scored in double figures: Clarence Trent 18 (plus nine boards), Deshaun Sunderhaus 14 (plus eight rebounds), Chad Rasmussen 12 (4-9 from three) and Prince Obasi 10. Seattle won on th boards 51-41 and pilfered 17 steals. The downside? Starting center Louis Green suffered five fouls in six minutes of play and freshman big Jack Crook ditto'd in seven minutes of action.

Seattle U Hoops game-tweeted.

Seattle athletics has this game report.

Crook tweeted this: "And after my dunk people chanted god save the queen, was very funny"


Texas San Antonio topped Liberty Classic tourney host Old Dominion 79-70 as Michael Hale III scored 29 (10-14 overall shooting, 4-7 from distance) plous three assists and zero turnovers in 28 minutes of court time. Fellow backcourter Kannon Burrage totaled 20 points. Jeromie Hill just missed a double-double with 14/9. The Roadrunners shot 50% for the game to 35% for OD.

Hale was named the MVP of the tournament and Jeromie Hill grabbed a spot on the all-tournament team.

InsideRunnerSports game reports. So does Texas San Antonio athletics.


In a Kyle Goon piece, Spencer Butterfield's contributions are highlighted. Kyle also offers a post-game video interview with Preston Medlin.

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