Thursday, November 17, 2011

Notable Results From Wednesday, November 16

Vermont 65, Dartmouth 53
The only D1 program in Doc Slam's home state evens it record at 1-1. Expect to see UVM Catamount results in this space all season.

Savannah State 73, Jacksonville 70 (OT)
Savannah State survives a last-second jumper by Arnold Louis to prevail at home in overtime.

UNC-Asheville 126, Mars Hill 75
After season-opening losses to ACC powers NC State and North Carolina, the Big South favorites post a gaudy win over a Division II opponent.

American 62, Florida Atlantic 56
After two road losses to start the year, Doc Slam's alma mater gets its first win of the season, in historic Bender Arena. AU is another team that will make a regular appearance here.

Oklahoma State 90, Texas-San Antonio 85 (OT)
Cezar Guerrero scored six points in 3.4 seconds at the end of regulation to help the Cowboys reach the semis of the preseason NIT. Guerrero hit eight threes on his way to 29 points, setting the freshman scoring record at Oklahoma State.

Arkansas 91, Oakland 68
The Mike Anderson Era -- 40 Minutes of Hell, v. 2.0 -- is off to a strong start. The Razorbacks raced out to a 55-27 lead against Oakland, a formidable opponent that gave Texas all it could handle in last year's NCAAs and is expected to contend in the Summit.

Bradley 66, Southeast Missouri State 65
Taylor Brown converted a three-point play with four seconds left to give the home team the win.

Creighton 70, UAB 60
A very nice resume win for the Bluejays against a first division Conference USA team.

Indiana 94, Evansville 73
The rebuilding (rebuilt?) Hoosiers win on an opponent's home floor for just the second time in three-plus years with Tom Crean at the helm.

No comments:

Post a Comment