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Username Post: st. joseph's        (Topic#22177)
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11-25-18 04:49 PM - Post#266989    

Doesn't mean anything against a DIII team, but we win 83-38. The only significant events were Stefannini's 23 pts on 7 3s, the absence of Hunter (was he even on the bench?), and the reappearance of C.J.Davis after a yr's absence.

Although it is remotely possible that our defense has improved,we won't really know whether that is true until we play Delaware again next week.

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Re: st. joseph's
11-25-18 05:06 PM - Post#266994    
    In response to cc66

Mazel tov.

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11-25-18 10:24 PM - Post#267006    
    In response to AntiUngvar

A victory over a Division III team that no one has ever heard of means very little, however there were some solid individual performances from some key players like Randy Brumant, Gabe Stefanini, Jake Killingsworth and Maka Ellis. Also, Tai Bibbs is looking like he's beginning to feel it. Of course, it was wonderful to see C.J. Davis back on the court even if it was only for ten minutes.

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