Box Score

Scheduled Game: WINNIPEG*


Winnipeg Wesmen364076« FINAL
Trinity Western Mens Basketbal303060


Game Date: 11/18/2000Location: Langley, BC
Game Time: 8:00 pmAttendance: 0
Team Statistics
TeamGame Average
FG%Winnipeg Wesmen
Trinity Western Mens Basketbal
3FG%Winnipeg Wesmen
Trinity Western Mens Basketbal
FT%Winnipeg Wesmen
Trinity Western Mens Basketbal
Winnipeg WesmenTrinity Western Mens Basketbal
Turnover Pts00
Biggest Lead00
Winnipeg Wesmen
03Suk Singh37:007/142/34/40002221020
05Joe Dominguez31:007/152/80/00001411016
14Blair Chan Kent35:001/30/10/2033341102
15Lucas Buller35:006/96/84/42462301022
22Shawn Cross30:002/30/06/132350322110
11Sherwin Vasallo12:001/10/02/4000221114
20Mchael Humphrey1:000/00/00/0000000000
21JP Lynch13:001/20/00/0000040202
24Scott Robertson6:000/00/00/0011010100
53.2%50%59.3% Team Rebs: 0 Total TO: 14
Trinity Western Mens Basketbal
06David Martens27:004/82/62/31122403012
08Brian Redekop20:000/40/00/0000130100
12Scott Portman27:002/40/22/2336051306
14Malcolm Campbell27:004/70/03/482101413011
23Josh Hall30:002/100/35/7156320319
07Tyler Coston25:006/82/31/10221511015
10Alan Penner28:001/40/11/4134020403
22Ben Bauman16:001/40/02/2145021114
40.8%26.7%69.6% Team Rebs: 0 Total TO: 29

Game Recap

Game Recap

Men's Basketball (League)
Saturday, November 18, 2000
TWU Spartans (60) vs. the University of Winnipeg Wesmen (76)

Spartans Split with Number 10

Langley, British Columbia - The University of Winnipeg men's basketball team responded in a big way to last night loss to the Trinity Western University Spartans. The Wesmen led by Lucas Buller's (5th year, forward, Winnipeg, MB) 22 points improved to 3-3 with the 76-60 win over the Spartans.

"This is the first weekend where we have won on Friday night and as a young team we have not yet learned how to win back to back games on the weekend," said TWU head coach Stan Peters. "The big step that we made this weekend was for us to win the Friday night game."

Trinity Western jumped out in front 7-2 to start the game, but from that point on it was all Winnipeg. With 6 minutes to go in the first half the Wesmen had jumped out to a 16 point lead, 32-16.

The Spartans responded to the challenge and closed the gap to 6 at the half, down 36-30. "We could have thrown in the towel in the first half, but we made it a game," said Peters.

But it was a game where the Spartans never really got on track and in spite of their efforts Trinity Western never challenge the Wesmen in the second half.

"We were just out of sync tonight, our timing was just off. We knew that they were going to come out strong, but we just couldn't put it together," commented Peters.

Winnipeg started the second half with a 13-5 run to go up 14 points, 49-35, with 15 minutes to go in the game. That was the game, as the Wesmen never let the Spartans come within 10 points, on their way to a 16 point victory.

The loss drops the Spartans to 3-5 in Canada West league play.

The Spartans were led by Tyler Coston (2nd year, guard, Blaine, WA) 15 points, Dave Martens (2nd year, guard, Abbotsford, BC) 12 points and Malcolm Campbell (5th year, center, Abbotsford, BC) 11 points and 10 rebounds.

The Wesmen were led by Lucas Buller, 22 points, 6 rebounds and Sukhvir Singh (4th year, guard, Winnipeg, MB) 20 points.

Next up for the Spartans is Friday & Saturday November 24 & 25 when they will host the Brandon University Bobcats. Game time for both nights is 6:00 PM.





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