Men's Basketball Weekly Report - Page 6

in an 80-73 conquest of Western Washington. Rima, who made 18 of 25 field goal attempts and 11 of 13 foul shots, helped rally NNU from double-digit second-half deficits in both games … Niang scored 71 points, including 46 in a 104-95 loss Saturday at Central Washington. That is the second highest single-game point total in GNAC history trailing only Western Washington’s Ryan Diggs who scored 47 in 2006. Niang made 18 field goals equaling the GNAC single-game record set by Gerrit Eades of Saint Martin’s in 2002. In two games, he made 27 of 46 field goal attempts and also had 11 assists. Feb. 9-15 - Cory Hutsen, Seattle Pacific (C, 6-8, Sr., Sammamish, WA - Skyline) scored 43 points, including 23 in a 73-72 overtime win at Alaska Anchorage Saturday as the Falcons kept alive their chances to earn a first-round bye in next month’s conference playoffs with two victories. Hutsen, who made 11 of 15 shots against the Seawolves, scored a basket with 2:18 left in overtime to give SPU its final lead at 70-68. In two wins in Alaska, Hutson made 20 of 29 field goal attempts and also had nine rebounds and a team-best three blocks helping SPU limit the Seawolves and Alaska Nanooks to a combined 40.7 shooting percentage. Jan. 19-Jan. 25: Jordan Wiley, Western Oregon (G, 6-6, Jr., McKenzie River, OR) scored 26 points in a 114-75 win at Simo