A shorthanded Seattle U. squad snapped a five-game losing streak last night, beating Rocky Mountain College 65-59 at the Connolly Center. The Redhawks (4-5), missing senior guard...
A shorthanded Seattle U. squad snapped a five-game losing streak last night, beating Rocky Mountain College 65-59 at the Connolly Center.
The Redhawks (4-5), missing senior guard Andy Bloom and leading scorer Bernard Seals because of injuries, still managed to hold RMC to a season low in points.
Jeffrey McDaniel and Bim Makinde each scored 15 for SU, which finished on a 15-7 run to get the win.
Marcel Miller led the Battlin’ Bears with nine points
Other men’s games
At Northwest U. 79, Albertson College 72
Steven Ishmael went 9 for 9 from the floor and 7 for 7 from the free-throw line, finishing with 25 points as the Eagles upset Albertson.
CWU 76, Cal State Stanislaus 57
Laura Wright had 17 points and 13 rebounds for the Wildcats (8-1) at the GNAC-CCAA Challenge at Cal State San Bernardino. CWU went on a 25-7 run to start the second half and built a 28-point lead, 63-35.
Jamie Corwin had 15 points and Loni Ainslie and Ashley Blake each added 10 points for the Wildcats.
Lindsie Lefort had a game-high 21 points for the Warriors (1-5), playing without 6-4 senior center Shavaki Jackson. The Warriors were outrebounded 48-39.
At NWU 77, Albertson College 73
Junior Bekah Proctor scored 20 points to lead the Eagles to victory in their Cascade Conference opener. Proctor shot 7 of 10 from the field and 4 of 5 from three-point range.
Seattle U. junior forward Bobby McAlister was named to NCAA Division II men’s soccer first team, the first Redhawk to make the team in school history. McAlister set school and GNAC season records for goals scored (22), points (49) and winning goals (11).
WWU senior punter Michael Koenen was named to the Division II All-America football second team.
Compiled from reports by college sports-information departments.