Men's Basketball Weekly Report - Page 3

as exhibition). UAA Seawolf Jamboree (Dec. 12-13) – Kalidou Diouf, UAA; Travis Thompson, UAA. game point total in GNAC history. The Clan also got 25 points from Roderick Evans-Taylor and 23 from Justin Cole. SFU had 17 shots blocked in shooting for a 41.9 percentage. Team Notes Western Oregon: Jordan Wiley made 5-of-8 three-point shots and scored 21 points as the Wolves maintained its narrow lead in the conference race defeating Saint Martin’s 82-68. Devon Alexander had six steals moving into 15th place on the GNAC career list with 151. Alaska: Almir Hadzisehovic had 36 points on 15-of-24 shooting in two road losses, including an overtime defeat to MSU Billings. Anthony Reese added 30 points, making 12 of 19 shots. Hadzisehovic made a basket with three seconds left in regulation to give UAF a one-point lead at Billings Thursday before MSUB tied it making 1-of-2 free throws to force overtime. Western Washington: Ricardo Maxwell scored 44 points in losses at Central Washington and Northwest Nazarene. He had 29 in the latter game. The Vikings led 45-34 at halftime against CWU and 37-29 at the break against NNU. Anye Turner played just eight minutes in the two contests before sustaining an Achilles injury Thursday at Ellensburg. He is expected back Thursday, Alaska Anchorage: Travis Thompson had 31 points and Dom Hunter had 28 as the Seawolves earned a road split at Seattle and Billings. Sjur Berg had a team-high 13 rebounds. The Seawolves, however, were outrebounded 63-49 and outshot 51.4 percent to 43.2. GNAC Players of the Week Central Washington: Dom Williams scored 31 points and had 13 assists to lead the Wildcats to a home sweep of Western Washington and Simon Fraser. Joseph Stroud added 38 points, 12 rebounds, nine blocks and five steals and Joey Roppo, who averages 7, had 31 points and six assists. Williams’ long three-pointer with 3.8 seconds left snapped a 71-71 tie in Wednesday’s ROOT SPORTS game against WWU. CWU had 7 blocks – and just 7 turnovers in the victory. Week Nov. 10-16 Nov. 17-23 Nov. 24-30 Dec. 1-7 Dec. 8-14 Dec. 15-21 Dec. 29-J. 4 MSU Billings: Jace Anderson, who came into the weekend averaging just 4.2 points and 10.8 minutes, scored 46 points as the Yellowjackets split two games. Anderson had 27 points including seven in overtime, as the Yellowjackets beat Alaska 83-78 Thursday, then added 19 more in a 7062 loss to Alaska Anchorage. Anderson made 15 of 26 shots, 8-of-17 from the arc. Jan. 5-11 Player Jeffrey Parker, Western Washington Joseph Stroud, Central Washington Ruben Silvas, Alaska Julian Nichols, Western Oregon Dom Williams, Central Washington Mitch Penner, Seattle Pacific Shawn Reid, Seattle Pacific Ashton Edwards, Alaska Brian McGill, Alaska Anchorage Momir Gataric, MSU Billings Andy Avgi, Western Oregon Players of the Week – Week By Week Nov. 10-16 – Jeffrey Parker, Western Washington (F, 6-6, So., Richmond, CA – Salesian) and Joseph Stroud, Central Washington (F, 6-8, Jr., Las Vegas, NV – Sierra Visa/Pierce College) ... Parker scored 43 points and also had 18 rebounds leading the Vikings to two wins in the 13th Chuck Randall Classic. Parker made seven of 17 3-pointers and shot 51.7 percent overall, cashing in on 15-of-29. He was named the tournament’s MVP ... Stroud earned alltournament honors leading the Wildcats to two wins in the Seattle Pacific Sodexo Tip-Off tournament. He came off the bench to score 24 points, making nine of 10 shots. He also led CWU in rebounds (11) and blocked shots (7). His last basket with one second half came on a dunk to break a 68-68 tie in Saturday’s 70-68 win over Academy of Art. Northwest Nazarene: The Crusaders shot 55.9 percent from the floor (57-of-102) and made 62-of-82 free throws in sweeping Simon Fraser and Western Washington. NNU blocked 11 SFU shots and made 26 of 28 free throws against WWU compared to 16-of-27 by the Vikings. Erik Kinney had 32 points in the two wins. Saint Martin’s: Tyler Co pp tied his career high with 19 points, making 4-of-6 three-pointers in a 14-point road loss at Monmouth. Trey Ingram had seven assists and Tyler Idowu blocked three shots. Seattle Pacific: Mitch Penner had 33 points, including 21 against Alaska Anchorage as the Falcons ran their home win streak against the Seawolves to 11. SPU also got 18 points from Cory Hutsen and 13 points and 10 rebounds from Riley Stockton against UAA. Will Parker came off the bench to lead SPU against Alaska with 14 points. Nov. 17-23: Ruben Silvas, Alaska (G, 6-3, 175, Jr., Tucson, AZ) had 33 points, shooting 62.5 percent (15-of-24) as the Nanooks made their 2014-15 season debut in the GCI Alaska Invitational. The JC transfer from Arizona also had 16 rebounds, two assists and a steal and wasn’t charged with a turnover in earning all-tournament honors as the Nanooks won one of three contests. Simon Fraser: Sango Niang’s two-game point total of 71 (See Player of the Week notes) is the 10th highest two- 3