Box Score

Scheduled Game: LETHBRIDGE*

88

GAME RESULTS1234T
Lethbridge2025192488
Trinity Western20273224103« FINAL

103

Game Date: 11/9/2007Location: Lanlgey, BC
Game Time: 8pmAttendance: 475
Officials:
Team Statistics
TeamGame Average
FG%Lethbridge
39.8%
Trinity Western
53.3%
3FG%Lethbridge
29.6%
Trinity Western
50%
FT%Lethbridge
70%
Trinity Western
77.5%
LethbridgeTrinity Western
Turnovers1619
Turnover Pts00
Biggest Lead00
Lethbridge
FIELD GOALSREBOUNDS
#NAMEMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AOFFDEFTOTASTPFSTTOBSPTS
Substitutions
25Greg Jobagy18:004/60/00/0639050118
35Remington Stemler11:000/20/01/2314040121
11Shawn Nelson21:001/91/62/2101040005
45Quinn Van Gaalen17:006/111/20/01120413113
55Rob Iszaak12:002/30/00/0000130004
15Richard Steed11:000/30/01/4112138101
05Ryan Anderson35:0010/250/47/82572213027
43Courtney Claussen19:006/125/110/00110201017
32Sephton Spence18:002/60/03/4415020017
13Alan Kadima35:002/51/30/0022410505
21Darren Adams3:000/10/10/0000000100
Total20033/838/2714/20NaNNaNNaN8301016588
39.8%29.6%70% Team Rebs: Total TO: NaN
Trinity Western
FIELD GOALSREBOUNDS
#NAMEMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AOFFDEFTOTASTPFSTTOBSPTS
Substitutions
22Jason Keegstra11:000/40/01/2000230101
14Luke Robinson21:006/81/14/41232374017
07Daniel Demian22:001/10/01/3022132103
11Joe Vroom27:007/110/05/877140322019
08Jon Loewen31:005/102/34/40222224016
09Michael Brouwer11:002/30/03/3224020017
01Billy Glowacki15:000/00/00/0011011200
21Lance Verhoeff7:001/20/02/2224010114
12Michael Erickson14:000/20/20/0011113000
10Matt Myers22:002/62/41/2123211217
05Lucas Goltz19:008/133/610/120772112029
Total20032/608/1631/40NaNNaNNaN122119193103
53.3%50%77.5% Team Rebs: Total TO: NaN

Game Recap

Game Recap

Men's Basketball (Canada West)
Friday, November 9, 2007
TWU Spartans (103) at Lethbridge Pronghorns (88)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SPARTANS HIT CENTURY MARK IN FIRST CANADA WEST VICTORY

LANGLEY, British Columbia - The Trinity Western University Spartans won their home opener, beating the Lethbridge Pronghorns 103-88 at TWU's Langley, B.C. campus. The win was the first for the Spartans in Canada West play this season.

TWU led by as much as 13, but Lethbridge trimmed the lead to just two at the half 47-45. The Spartans opened the third with a 20-6 run and led 79-64 through three. Twice early in the fourth the Pronghorns cut the lead to single digits before the Spartans ran away with the game midway through the fourth, and cruised to victory.

"We came out in the third quarter and didn't allow them second shot opportunities," said TWU Head Coach Stan Peters. "We forced some turnovers and didn't turn it over ourselves. We got our flow going on offense and that was a big thing."

The Spartans leading scorer coming into the night, guard Lucas Goltz (Comox, B.C.), filled that roll again with a game-high 29 points, and also added seven rebounds and two assists. Goltz took over down the stretch with 21 points in the second half.

"Our guys are starting to figure out how to get Lucas the ball where he has gaps to attack," Peters said. "In the second half when they tired defensively, we said ‘Let's run the ball through Lucas' and he did the job."

Ryan Anderson (Lethbridge, Alta.) led three Pronghorns in double-figures with 27 points and also grabbed seven rebounds. Off the bench Courtney Clawson (Stirling, Alta.) tallied 17 points, including five three pointers, and Quinn Van Gaalen (Foremost, Alta.) had 13 points.

Spartans post Joe Vroom (Abbotsford, B.C.) notched a double-double, with 19 points and 14 rebounds, and guard Luke Robinson (Ahousat, B.C.) added 17 points and seven steals.

The Spartans next host the University of Calgary Dinos at TWU's David E. Enarson Gymnasium. The Pronghorns are on the road again to play the Simon Fraser University Clan in Burnaby, B.C. Both games are Saturday, November 10 with an 8 p.m. tip off.

Game Notes- Robinson's seven steals ties a school record, which has been accomplished by two other players: Matt Myers (Tumwater, Wash.) just last week at Regina on November 2, and Michael Erickson, also at Regina, on November 4, 2005...The Spartans 103 points is the fourth highest single game total in school history.

-TW-

 

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