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Saturday, November 30, 2013

Bowie State Cruises to 95-82 Chick-fil-A ClassiC Win over Virginia Lynchburg

Bowie State Cruises to 95-82 Chick-fil-A Classic Win over Virginia Lynchburg


ETTRICK, Va. – Seniors Cameron Knox (Baltimore, Md.) and Carlos Smith (Baltimore, Md.) scored 18 points each to lead five Bowie State players in the Bulldogs 95-82 win over Virginia Lynchburg. The win evens the BSU record at 4-4 while the Dragons drop to 4-8.

BSU’s Bulldogs trailed 2-0 before going on a 20-8 run to take complete control of the game. The Bowie State lead grew to a first half high of 26 points at 55-31 and took a 57-33 advantage into halftime.

The Bulldogs knocked down 24-of-43 first half field goals (58.1 percent) and the Bowie State defense held Virginia Lynchburg to just 11-of-28 field goals (39.3 percent). Bowie State hit 5-of-13 first period 3-pointers and made 2-of-4 free throws. Senior Ray Gatling (Oxon Hill, Md.) scored 14 of his total 16 points in the first half for the Bulldogs.

The Dragons had no success from long range, missing all five of their first half 3-pointers but converted 11-of-15 free throws. Chris Calvin scored 13 points for Virginia Lynchburg on 5-of-7 shooting.

Virginia Lynchburg improved their field goal shooting in the second half, making 17-of-30 from the field (56.7 percent) and out-rebounded Bowie State 26-14 over the final 20 minutes.

Bowie State’s largest lead of the afternoon (75-58) came with 10:39 left in the contest on a jumper by junior Zafir Williams (Philadelphia, Pa.). Williams handed out a game-high six assists for the fifth straight game to go along with 15 points and four rebounds.

Bulldogs junior Justin Beck (Baltimore, Md.) contributed a career-high 12 points on 6-of-8 shooting from the field and added three assists, two steals and one assist. Knox grabbed a team-high seven rebounds for Bowie State and shared the ball well, handing our four assists to tie Gatling for second best on the team.

Bowie State ended the day shooting 51.9 percent from the floor (40-of-77), which included 7-of-22 beyond the arc and struggled again from the free throw, making a season low 8-of-17 (47.1 percent).

The Dragons were led in scoring by 30 from Calvin with 12 of those points coming via the charity stripe. Dennis Gravely and Irving Cato joined Calvin in double figure scoring, recording 14 and 12 respectively.  Cato was the games’ top rebounder with 10 caroms.

Bowie State will take on Bluefield College at 4:30 pm Saturday (11/30) to end their participation in the Chick-fil-A Classic. Bluefield dropped 77-65 decision to host Virginia State in the nightcap.
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Thursday, November 28, 2013

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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Lady Bulldogs Bowling Places Fourth at Virginia Union Invitational

MIDLOTHIAN, Va. - The Bowie State women's bowling team competed in the Virginia Union University Invitational over the course of the weekend, placing fourth out of 11 teams that participated in the Invitational at the Bowl America Lanes.

North Carolina A&T took home the team title, finishing with a 10-2 record and knocked down 8,397 pins to earn the first place finish. Sacred Heart was second (8,100), St. Francis finished third (7,611), Bowie State fourth (7,587) and North Carolina Central (7,285) rounded out the top five.

The Lady Bulldogs were one of six CIAA teams to participate in the Virginia Union Invitational.  Bowie State began Friday’s (11/22) action with and opening Baker’s match victory over North Carolina Central by a score of 723 to 572. BSU dropped its next to matches, falling to St. Francis by a score of 719 to 698 and Sacred Heart by a pin count of 774 to 724. The Lady Bulldogs cruised past New Jersey City by a score of 737 to 487 to competition on day one with a 2-2 record.

On day two, Bowie State began the day with back-to-back wins over Virginia Union (844 to 678) and St. Augustine’s (694 to 624). Winston-Salem State edged the Lady Bulldogs 782 to 779 and BSU dropped a 913 to 839 decision to North Carolina A&T. Just like day one, the Lady Bulldogs rebounded to defeat Virginia State 846 to 814 to close out Saturday’s competition.

The competitors returned to Baker System scoring on Sunday (11/24) with the Lady Bulldogs beating North Carolina Central for the second time, this time by a total pin count 638 to 535. Bowie State claimed victory for the second time in the weekend event over Virginia Union with a dominating pin count of 1006 to 871. St. Francis squeezed out a 862 to 807 win over the Lady Bulldogs to end the final day of competition.

Junior Shayla Lightfoot (Henrico, Va.) paced the Lady Bulldogs with a 165.6 average on the weekend after knocking down 828 pins.  Junior Ambrianna Bankston (Ft. Belvoir, Va.) totaled 810 pins over the course of the weekend, averaging 162.0 which included a team-high score of 215. Sophomore Keyandra Bankston (Ft. Belvoir, Va.) averaged 160.6 over five games with a total of 803 pins.

Newcomer Adrienne Tolson (Bowie, Md.) totaled 800 pins to contribute to the team's score, and averaged 160.0 while sophomore Ashley Wade (Richmond, Va.) knocked down 761 total pins and averaged 152.2.

Bowie State will take off from competition until 2014 when they host the Lady Bulldogs “Frederick Underwood Classic” - January 17th-19th at the AMF Laurel Lanes.


The complete list of team finishes and scores are listed below:


                                Team Match      Baker           Total   Event           Event
 SCHOOLS                        Total Pins      Total Pins      Pins    W/L Record      Place
1 NC A&T                         4673           3724            8397    10        2       1
2 Sacred Heart                   4385           3715            8100    11        1       2
3 St. Francis                    4191           3420            7611    10        2       3
4 Bowie State                    4002           3585            7587     7        5       4
5 North Carolina Central         4096           3189            7285     6        6       5
6 Virginia State                 3888           3107            6995     7        5       6
7 Winston-Salem State            3682           2791            6473     3        9       7
8 Virginia Union                 3382           2802            6184     4        8       8
9 St. Augustine’s                3157           2646            5803     5        7       9
10 Chowan                        2975           2334            5309     0       12      10
11 New Jersey City               2814           2171            4985     2       10      11

West Chester Blows Past Bowie State Bulldogs 109-97

WEST CHESTER, Pa. – West Chester University explodes for 60 second half points and blows past Bowie State University 109-97Tuesday evening in Hollinger Fieldhouse. The loss sets the Bulldogs record at 3-4 overall.

West Chester (5-1), which has rattled off five straight wins after a season-opening loss, posted triple digits for the second straight game. It marked the first time in school history that the Golden Rams ripped off back-to-back 100-point outputs.

Senior Ray Gatling (Oxon Hill, Md.) paced the Bulldogs with 20 points and juniors Cameron Knox (Baltimore, Md.) and Zafir Williams (Philadelphia, Pa.) added 17 and 19 points respectively. Williams’ points contribution was a personal season-high and he also handed out six assists. Bulldogs senior David Golladay (Upper Marlboro, Md.) pumped in a career-best 18 points.

The Golden Rams out-rebounded the Bulldogs 20-14 in the first half and made 16-of-29 field goals (55.2 percent), which included 4-of-11 behind the arc.

Bowie State shot the ball well in the first half as well, making 17-of-33 (51.2 percent), including 3-of-12 behind the 3-point line.  Foul trouble hurt the Bulldogs in the first half as senior Carlos Smith (Baltimore, Md.) was saddled with three fouls and saw just four minutes of action.

West Chester, which led by as many as 29 in the game, went on a 26-5 run over a seven-minute span early in the second half that turned a close four-point contest (58-54) into a rout (84-59) with still well over nine minutes left to play in the game. The Golden Rams did it with its hot shooting from the field.

West Chester shot 54.1 percent from the field in the game (33-for-61), including 47.6 percent from beyond the 3-point arc (10-of-21) and 76.7 percent from the foul line (33-of-43). Bowie State matched the Golden Rams accuracy from the field and the line. But, its 26.1 percent from the 3-point line (6-of-23) was not enough to keep up with the Golden Rams.

Troy Hockaday (Philadelphia, Pa.) netted a game-high 29 points for West Chester while R.J. Griffin (Middletown, Del.) added 23 points and Cory Blake (West Chester, Pa.) contributed a double-double of 18 points and 10 rebounds. Eddie Mitchell (Philadelphia, Pa.) chipped in 19 points for the Golden Rams.

The Bulldogs will take a brief break to enjoy Thanksgiving before returning to the hardwood on Friday (11/29) against Virginia University of Lynchburg at 3 pm as a participant in the Virginia State University Chick-fil-A Classic. Bowie State will take on Bluefield College at 4:30 on Saturday (11/30) to wrapup their weekend at the Chick-fil-A Classic.

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

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Sunday, November 24, 2013

Most powerful spice for your health

What's the Most Powerful Spice
In the Rack When It Comes to Health?

Today's food-cure is powerful enough to make Superman proud...
This spice stands tall and mighty among all other plants for its ability to inhibit cancer cells from growing, spreading, and taking over. I think most experts would agree it's the number one spice for fighting cancer. And it may be the number one spice for your all-around health, period.
It's backed by an astounding 5,500 modern studies proving the point, and a 5,000 year track record from ancient Asia. Let's take a look. . .
Continued below…

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Research now shows that turmeric thwarts dozens of types of cancers—in a big way. The list includes cancers of the breast, prostate, uterus, ovaries, lung, colon, mouth, esophagus, liver, kidney, skin, head and neck, nervous system, connective tissue, lymph (lymphomas) and blood (leukemia).
Eastern cultures have reaped these benefits, because there, instead of reaching for an over-the-counter or prescription drug, doctors are more likely to recommend real foods as sources of 'intelligent' healing.
Followers of these traditions believe the right foods provide perfect balance and perfect health. Every food you eat either brings you into greater balance... or throws you out of balance. Your job is to know the difference.
In a class of its own
Turmeric helps prevent and control the spread of cancer cells in so many ways. It:
  • Helps break down toxins in your liver
  • Possesses dramatic anti-inflammatory properties
  • Is a powerful antioxidant, with 300 times the power of vitamin E
  • Stimulates your immune system
  • Helps break down fat and promotes weight loss
If you already have cancer, turmeric enhances the effectiveness of chemotherapy while simultaneously protecting your healthy tissues from chemo's damage.
What Indian medicine knows
That Western medicine doesn't
You probably associate green plant foods with healing and cancer prevention. And you'd be right.
But for sure, not everything good is green. When it comes to turmeric, just by adding this bright yellow-orange spice to your food, you also help your body defend against cancer... and a whole lot more.
If you think about turmeric at all you probably associate it with the curry dishes of India or Indian-influenced dishes from the Caribbean. Turmeric is indigenous to Asia, and has been a long-time staple in the Indian diet. It's been a part of India's Ayurvedic healing tradition and traditional Chinese medicine for more than 5,000 years.
Turmeric has large, beautiful, lily-like leaves. But the magic really occurs below the surface. The roots, which look much like ginger root, are the medicinal parts.
When you cut open a turmeric root, it's much more vivid than ginger root. The bright color gives a hint of its incredible medicinal powers. Colorful foods tend to be rich in nutrients.
Turmeric's color comes from curcumin, the phytochemical that's the source of nearly all the root's medicinal benefits.
Helps your liver keep you healthy
What turmeric does to help your liver keep you healthy is nothing short of amazing.
Mutagens (anything causing DNA mutations that can lead to cancer) are in your food, air, and dozens if not hundreds of things you come into contact with every day. Your liver is charged with breaking all those mutagens down and expelling them from your body. The liver is the body's most important filter.
Your liver has two sets of enzymes, called "Phase 1" and "Phase 2". Any time a toxin or carcinogen enters your liver your Phase 1 enzymes activate it. In other words, they turn "on" its carcinogenic effects.
Now why would they create carcinogens? Because it's easier for your Phase 2 enzymes to recognize, attack, break down, and expel activated enzymes.
But here's the glitch: Too many toxins can overwhelm your liver. Your liver's defensive system can fail.
You can slash your risk of cancer by either reducing the amount of toxins that enter your liver in the first place, or by enhancing your Phase 2 enzymes to eliminate more toxins after they've gotten in.
Amazingly, turmeric has the ability to both block Phase 1 and enhance Phase 2 enzymes, for a mighty superstar level of protection for your health.
Helps even smokers eliminate toxins!
Smokers typically have many carcinogenic metabolites (byproducts) in their urine.
In a 1992 published study in the journal Mutagenesis, researchers tested 16 smokers and 16 non-smokers for these metabolites. Then the smokers received 1.5 grams of turmeric for 30 days, while the non-smokers were given none.
In 30 days, the researchers again tested the participants' urine. Shockingly, the level of mutagen metabolites was LOWER in the smokers taking turmeric than it was in the non-smokers.
So if you're a smoker who's struggled to kick the habit, at least do your health the favor of using turmeric.
If you play golf, farm or use lawn treatments,
Read this now!
Many common pesticides and herbicides are known "gender benders". They mimic estrogen and thereby boost your risk of all estrogenic cancers, notably prostate and breast cancer.
Turmeric can block pesticides' estrogenic effects, and thereby impede estrogenic tumors from forming in response to estrogen and environmental toxins.
Turmeric also down-regulates your estrogen receptors—meaning it decreases the sensitivity of your estrogen receptors. That cuts the receptors' normal cancer-enhancing response to estrogen. When estrogen attaches to estrogen receptors in the presence of turmeric, its rate of cell division is slowed way down.
If you golf, live on a golf course or near farms where sprays are a way of life, or use lawn treatments, consider adding a layer of health protection with turmeric.
Block the dangerous COX-2 enzyme
Turmeric inhibits or blocks an enzyme that plays a key role in many cancers. It's called the COX-2 enzyme. Cancer patients typically over-express it. And it's responsible for a long list of dangerous deeds...
  • Causes tumor cells to divide and spread
  • Prevents the death of cancer cells
  • Stimulates the growth of new blood vessels
  • Enables tumor cells to invade surrounding tissues
  • Blocks your immune system's tumor suppression activities
  • Boosts risk of metastasis
  • Speeds up your production of mutagens
That's a long and damaging list of bad deeds. But turmeric can put an end to all of them. It shuts down the COX-2 enzyme and blocks ALL its harmful actions.
Tumeric's other healing benefits
You'll love turmeric for more than just its anti-cancer effects too. As of 2012, this "miracle" spice was linked to over 150 distinct beneficial actions involving more than 500 different health conditions. To name just a few...
  • Lowers heart disease risk by decreasing cholesterol and arterial plaque.
  • Promotes wound healing by lowering inflammation and stimulating growth of new blood vessels. Ironic, because it blocks new blood-vessel growth to stop cancer growth yet stimulates it to promote healing. Turmeric "knows" when to do each one.
  • Encourages your gallbladder to expel gallstones.
  • Aids digestion by boosting stomach secretions and decreasing intestinal gassiness.
  • Shields your organs from chemical attack
  • Minimizes damage to your brain from alcohol.
  • Helps repair liver damage.
  • Strengthens connective tissue and prevents scar tissue.
  • Stimulates muscle regeneration following trauma.
And those are just the effects inside your body...
Topical Uses
Applied to the skin, turmeric offers a whole new set of benefits. But beware, it will stain your clothes, so wear something old that you don't care about!
Turmeric can kill bacteria. And in the presence of sunlight, its anti-bacterial properties improve. You can use it against fungal infections like athlete's foot, and skin conditions like psoriasis.
No other known edible and topical substance can do so much.
Turmeric is a true Superstar in the world of medicinal plants. And it beautifully shows this key Ayurvedic principle: Plants hold intelligence, and they help us to heal by importing their intelligence into us.
What you should know before taking turmeric
Turmeric is prepared by soaking, then drying the root and grinding it into a fine powder. You'll find it in most grocery stores. Choose organic whenever possible. Why introduce more toxins into your body?
When adding it to your foods, use about ¼ to 1 teaspoon at the very end of cooking, to avoid overcooking.
If you prefer not to take it with food every day, you can take it as a supplement. The recommended dose is two 500-mg capsules if you're healthy. For therapeutic use, studies show that four to ten grams of curcumin a day can be taken without negative side effects. As noted before, curcumin is the medicinally active ingredient of turmeric. Four to ten grams would be a VERY high dose. One or at most two grams probably suffice for most healthy people.
There's currently no standardized dose for cancer treatment and prevention, but most researchers suggest 2 or more grams per day.
And if you want to enhance turmeric's impact, take it in the same meal as green tea. Turmeric makes green tea eight times more effective. And in turn, green tea makes turmeric three times more effective. You can't beat the synergy!
Any way you slice it, turmeric can give you a tremendous health boost. You can hardly go wrong using it as a potent health ally. So why not get started today?

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Pressure Defense Make the Difference in Bowie State’s 81-61 Win over Concordia (N.Y.)

BOWIE, Md. – Senior Brian Freeman (Clinton, Md) scored a team-high 13 points to lead four Bowie State players in double-figures to defeat Concordia (N.Y.) 81-61 Saturday afternoon at the A.C. Jordan Arena.

Seniors Carlos Smith (Baltimore, Md.), David Gollalday (Upper Marlboro, Md.) and Ray Gatling (Oxon Hill, Md.) all reached double-digits as the Bulldogs pulled away late in the game to win their second straight game.

The Bulldogs led most of the first half, but the Clippers were able to tie the game three times over the first 20 minutes and actually led by one twice. With the score knotted at 17, Bowie State went on a 19-6 run to push the score to a game-high 13 point lead at 36-23 at the 4:04 mark.

Concordia’s Douglas Souter (Hartford, Conn.) and Norman Pope (Washington, D.C.) scored back-to-back buckets to narrow the gap, but the Bulldogs led at the break 41-33.

Concordia (0-7) did manage to trim the deficit to three points twice in the second half, as Bowie State held the visitors to just 28 points, the second lowest the Bulldogs have allowed an opponent this season.

Bowie State (3-3) forced 21 Concordia turnovers and converted those turnovers into 31 Bulldogs points.

Smith finished the game with 12 points, five rebounds and three blocks, while Golladay and Gatling added 11 points each for the Bulldogs. Sophomore Justin Beck (Baltimore, Md.), freshman Tai Marshall (Atlantic City, N.J.) and Freeman tied for game-high rebound honors with six apiece.

Jamie Holder (Milford, N.H.) led the Clippers with 20 points while Pope added 14. As a team, Concordia shot 35.7 percent from the field for the game, making 20-of-56 and 19-of-24 from the free throw line (79.2 percent).

The Bulldogs made 15 field goals in each half and finished the afternoon going 30-of-64 (46.9 percent) and converted 19-of-29 free throws (65.5 percent). Bowie State held a 46-32 advantage on the glass and the Bulldogs bench outscored Concordia’s bench 29-11.

“Our press wore them down creating 21 turnovers and allowing them only five assists and our bench was tremendous today”, said Bulldogs head coach Darrell Brooks. “We missed too many layups and we really need to do a better job at the free throw line, but getting a 20 point win at home and not playing our best … I’ll take that!”

The Bulldogs travel to West Chester University of Pennsylvania on Tuesday, Nov. 26 for a 7 pm tip against the Golden Rams.

Castle Jumper Helps Bowie State Lady Bulldogs Escape Felician with 70-68 Victory

Castle Jumper Helps Bowie State Lady Bulldogs Escape Felician with 70-68 Victory


RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Junior Ashley Castle (Brooklyn, N.Y.) tied for team-high scoring honors with 14 points, two of which included the game winner with 3.3 seconds left in the game to lead visiting Bowie State to a 70-68 road victory over Felician College at Job Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon. The Lady Bulldogs have now won all three meetings in the history of the two schools.
 
Bowie State (3-0) led the entire first half and went into halftime with a 41-31 advantage. Castle and graduate student Brooke Miles (Upper Marlboro, Md.) paced the Lady Bulldogs in the first stanza with 10 points each.
 
The Lady Bulldogs led by as much as 11 points in the first half on the strength of shooting 40.5 percent from the floor while holding the Golden Falcons to a 38.1 shooting percentage.
 
Felician (1-5) trailed most of the second half until a Gisell Peguero layup tied the game for the first of five times at 58-all with 6:06remaining in the non-conference contest.

Bowie State led by five at 66-61 with 3:26 left before Felician’s Ashley Morris knotted the score at 66 less than a minute later.

A Peguero jumper with 1:16 left to play shifted the advantage back over to the Golden Falcons only to have Bowie State junior Denver Clyde (Glen Burnie, Md.) stick two free throws to tie the game at 68 with just over a minute left in regulation, setting up the dramatic finish.
 
Miles posted 14 points to go along with a career and game-high 16 rebounds while senior Alessandra Flores Conway and junior Alisha Burley added nine and eight points respectively for the Lady Bulldogs.
 
Felician’s Peguero led the Golden Falcons with 15 points on 7-of-9 shooting and added a game-high four assists. Jac’Quel Saunders chipped in 14 points and Keisha Jean-Louis tallied nine points in the loss.
 
Bowie State will travel to Shippensburg University on Sunday, December 1 for a non-conference contest against the Raiders. The Lady Bulldogs then return home for back-to-back games versus Queens (NY) on December 7 at 2 pm and Washington Adventist onDecember 11 at 5 pm before taking time off to celebrate Thanksgiving later in the week.

Bowie State 81 - Concordia (NY) 61 (MEN'S BASKETBALL FINAL)

Official Basketball Box Score


 
Official Basketball Box Score
Concordia (NY) vs Bowie State
11/23/13 4:00 pm at Bowie, MD - A.C. Jordan Arena
 
 
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VISITORS: Concordia (NY) 0-7
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
3  Douglas Soutar......    3-5    0-1    2-2    2  2  4   1   8  1  2  0  0  16
4  Dylan Gaither.......    0-1    0-0    0-0    0  2  2   1   0  0  0  0  0   4
5  Norman Pope......... g  3-14   0-4    8-9    0  3  3   0  14  1  3  0  0  34
10 Chris Gordy......... f  1-2    1-2    1-3    3  1  4   4   4  0  3  0  0  23
11 Marquis Campbell....    0-1    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   1   0  0  2  0  0   4
12 Rome Jenkins........    1-3    0-0    0-0    0  4  4   1   2  0  0  1  0  20
13 Jalen Heath.........    0-1    0-0    1-2    1  2  3   3   1  1  2  1  0  10
15 Jamie Holder........ g  7-13   0-2    6-6    0  2  2   3  20  1  4  2  2  36
23 Andrew Peacock...... g  2-7    1-4    0-0    0  1  1   3   5  1  2  0  0  21
50 Larry Moore......... f  3-9    0-1    1-2    1  3  4   2   7  0  1  0  0  23
55 Terence Meaney......    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   2   0  0  2  0  0   9
   TEAM................                         3  2  5
   Totals..............   20-56   2-14  19-24  10 22 32  21  61  5 21  4  2 200
 
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-27 37.0%   2nd Half: 10-29 34.5%   Game: 35.7%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  1-8  12.5%   2nd Half:  1-6  16.7%   Game: 14.3%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half: 12-13 92.3%   2nd Half:  7-11 63.6%   Game: 79.2%    2
 
 
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HOME TEAM: Bowie State 3-3
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
0  WILLIAMS,Julian.....    1-1    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   3   2  1  0  0  0  11
1  GATLING,Ray......... g  3-7    1-3    4-6    0  3  3   1  11  2  0  0  1  23
4  KNOX,Cameron........    4-8    0-3    1-3    1  1  2   2   9  0  5  0  2  16
10 JACKSON,Andre.......    2-6    1-2    0-0    2  1  3   3   5  3  0  0  1  10
11 DURANT,Milan........    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   0   0  0  0  0  0   2
15 FREEMAN,Brian....... f  5-8    0-0    3-5    2  4  6   3  13  0  2  0  0  17
20 SMITH,Carlos........ f  4-10   0-1    4-7    2  3  5   3  12  1  2  3  0  26
21 WILLIAMS,Zafir...... g  2-5    0-0    1-1    0  3  3   1   5  6  1  0  2  27
22 BECK,Justin.........    3-5    0-1    3-3    2  4  6   0   9  3  0  0  1  22
25 WILLIAMS,Donald.....    1-6    0-2    0-0    1  1  2   0   2  0  0  0  0   7
31 GOLLADAY,David...... f  4-6    0-0    3-4    2  1  3   3  11  0  2  0  1  19
34 CLEMMONS,Joel.......    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  2  2   1   0  0  0  0  0   6
45 MARSHALL,Tai........    1-2    0-0    0-0    2  4  6   2   2  0  3  1  0  14
   TEAM................                         3  2  5
   Totals..............   30-64   2-12  19-29  17 29 46  22  81 16 15  4  8 200
 
TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-36 41.7%   2nd Half: 15-28 53.6%   Game: 46.9%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  1-6  16.7%   2nd Half:  1-6  16.7%   Game: 16.7%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half: 10-15 66.7%   2nd Half:  9-14 64.3%   Game: 65.5%    5
 
 
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Officials: Van Debrick (R), Quez Crawford (U1), Henri Abrams (U2)
Technical fouls: Concordia (NY)-None. Bowie State-None.
Attendance: 774
Score by Periods                1st  2nd   Total
Concordia (NY)................   33   28  -   61
Bowie State...................   41   40  -   81
NEXT CONCORDIA (NY) GAME: Tuesday (11/26) at NYIT - 6 pm
NEXT BOWIE STATE GAME: Tuesday (11/26) at West Chester - 7 pm
 
Points in the paint-CND-M 22,BSU-M 44. Points off turnovers-CND-M 16,BSU-M 31.
2nd chance points-CND-M 9,BSU-M 18. Fast break points-CND-M 4,BSU-M 0.
Bench points-CND-M 11,BSU-M 29. Score tied-3 times. Lead changed-4 times.
Last FG-CND-M 2nd-00:23, BSU-M 2nd-00:46.
Largest lead-CND-M by 1 1st-11:10, BSU-M by 22 2nd-04:25.

Friday, November 22, 2013

Bowie State Men's Basketball Plays Host to Concordia (N.Y.) College on Saturday (Nov. 23)

Bowie State Men’s Basketball Plays Host to Concordia (N.Y.) College on Saturday (Nov. 23)


The Bowie State University men’s basketball team will host the Concordia (NY) College Clippers in the Leonidas S. James Complex (A.C. Jordan Arena) on Saturday, November 23, 2013. Tip-off is 4 p.m. The Bulldogs enter Saturday’s contest with a 2-3 overall record.

Fans unable to attend the game can follow the Bulldogs via live stats at the following link -http://www.sidearmstats.com/bowie/mbball/media/.

The Bulldogs are coming off an exciting 70-69, come from behind road win at Holy Family University on Thursday (11/21) night. Senior Ray Gatling scored the game-winning basket with 4.7 seconds left on the clock and led Bowie State with 16 points. Bowie State is led by Gatling’s 19.2 points per game average, out-rebounding opponents 204 to 188 and averaging 79.4 points per game as a team.

Senior David Golladay scored a career-high 13 points, all in the second half, on 4-of-5 shooting to go along with a career-high five rebounds. Fellow senior Carlos Smith chipped in ten points and a game-high 14 rebounds, his second consecutive double-double of the season.

Concordia, a member of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference is winless in six games this season. The Clippers are led by Norman Pope with 27.6 points per game average. As a team, Concordia is averaging 70.8 points per game while allowing 89.5 points per game

In the Clippers last game, Pope led the Clippers with a team-high 30 points while adding four rebounds and four assists. Pope has now scored 30 or more points in three of the five games he has played in this season. Kyle Kube added a season-high 13 points while Chris Gordy also scored a season-high with 12 points off the bench in a 91-84 road loss Dominican (N.Y.) on Wednesday, November 20. The Clippers are shooting 39.0 percent from the floor but their opponents are shooting 49.5 percent.

Ticket prices are $10 for general admission. This game has been designated as BSU Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day. All BSU Faculty and Staff will be admitted free with valid BSU ID card.