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Thursday, January 25, 2018

Bowie State U Hoops Vs. Chowan. Men's and Women's Results

Bulldogs’ Men’s Basketball Defeat Feisty Chowan Hawks 68-63

BOWIE, Md. – The Bowie State Bulldogs men’s basketball kept the 2,058 in attendance on the edge of their seats all night and defeated the Chowan Hawks 68-63 on Wednesday in BSU’s A.C. Jordan Arena. Bowie State improves its CIAA North record to 2-1, 4-5 in conference play and 9-11 overall.

Senior Omari George (Baltimore, Md.) led Bowie State with a team-high 19 points on 9-of-12 shooting from the field and sophomore teammate Saiquan Jamison (Upper Marlboro, Md.) pulled down a game-high 14 rebounds in the victory to go along with eight points. Freshman Justin Route (Washington, D.C.) made his first start of the year and finished the game with eight points (tying his season-high), tied for team-high assists honors with three, accounted for a team-high three steals and had one block.

Senior Dayshawn Wells (Baltimore, Md.) tallied seven points while sophomores David Belle (Hyattsville, Md.) and Cameron Hayes (Upper Marlboro, Md.) chipped in four points each for Bowie State. Sophomore Yohance Fleming (Bowie, Md.) made his first court appearance of the season and came off the bench to score four points to go along with three rebounds, a block and a pair of steals.

Bowie State’s Bulldogs trailed only once in the game at the 8:26 mark of the first half after a Hewitt 3-pointer, giving the Chowan Hawks an 18-15 lead.

Bulldogs senior Ahmaad Wilson (Baltimore, Md.) answered on the other end with a triple of his own, tying the score at 18-all. The lead would change hands five times over the next few minutes until a Route jumper at the 3:01 mark shifting the advantage over to Bowie State for good at 26-25.

Tim Hewitt poured in a game-high 30 points on 8-of-14 shooting from the floor and 12-of-14 at the charity stripe to lead Chowan (7-10, 2-6 CIAA, 1-2 North). Hewitt also led the Hawks on the glass with six rebounds in 40 minutes of play. Gus Rowland and Robert Gibbs were responsible for 11 and 10 points respectively for the Hawks.

As a team, Chowan finished the game shooting 46.3 percent from the field (19-of-41), 29.4 percent behind the 3-point line (5-of-17) and 76.9 percent at the free throw line (20-of-26).

Bowie State made 25-of-53 field goals (47.2 percent), 5-of-18 beyond the arc (27.8 percent) and 13-of-18 (72.2 percent) at the free throw line. The Bulldogs out-rebounded the Hawks 34-25, held a 32-18 advantage in the paint, a 21-16 points off turnovers advantage and BSU’s bench outscored CU’s bench 17-6.

Bowie State men’s basketball hit the road this weekend, making a stop at nationally ranked Virginia State University for a 4 p.m. tipoff in the Multipurpose Center on the VSU campus. This game will be nationally televised on the Aspire Network.

Chatman’s Career Night Helps Bowie State Ground Chowan Hawks 71-63


BOWIE, Md. – Graduate student Sade Chatman (Minneapolis, Ind.) scored a career-high 23 points on 9-of-16 shooting and hauled down a game-high 11 rebounds to help the Bowie State Bulldogs ground the Chowan Hawks 71-65 in a key CIAA Northern Division matchup on Wednesday evening. With the win, Bowie State improves its season mark to 13-5 overall, 6-3 in league play and 1-2 in the CIAA North.

Freshman Talanya Hutton (Seat Pleasant, Md.) came up the Bulldogs bench to record a career-high 13 points via a perfect 5-of-5 shooting from the field and senior Ty-Nita Baker (Houston, Miss.) tallied 10 points to go along with a game-high four assists. Senior Kyah Proctor (Capital Heights, Md.) finished with eight points while fellow senior Kiara Colston (Burtonsville, Md.) wrapped up the night with seven points. Colston is 10 points away from joining the Bowie State Bulldogs’ 1,000 Point Club. Sophomore Kyaja Williams (Baltimore, Md.) rounded out Bowie State’s scorers with six points to go along with nine rebounds off the bench.

Bowie State held a 14-6 advantage after the first quarter. The Bulldogs made 10-of-25 first half field goals (40 percent) compared to 7-of-33 (21.2 percent) for Chowan and Bowie State carried a 33-18 lead into halftime. Of Bowie State’s 33 first half points, 23 came from the Bulldogs bench.

The Bulldogs maintained a double-digit lead most of the third quarter with its largest lead of 16 coming at the 8:53 mark following a triple by Proctor.

Chowan did trim the Bowie State lead to nine twice and trailed 49-41 at the end of third quarter action. The Hawks outscored the Bulldogs 23-16 in the third quarter, hitting 8-of-19 field goals, which included one 3-pointer and 6-of-9 free throws.

Bowie State held a nine point cushion three times in the final quarter and had an 11-point lead with 2:27 remaining in the game. However, Chowan closed the deficit to two at 52-50 at the 7:59 mark of the fourth quarter, but that’s as close as the Hawks would get.

The Bulldogs ended the contest with a field goal shooting percentage of 45.1 (23-of-51), which included 5-of-12 beyond the arc (41.7 percent) and Bowie State made 20-of-22 free throws for a season-high 90.9 percent.

Chowan’s Hawks (14-4, 6-2 CIAA, 2-1 North) were led by Chantel Roberts’ game-high 28 points to go along with eight rebounds and Dhyamond Crenshaw contributed 17 points and seven rebounds. Joanne Williams chipped grabbed a team-high 10 rebounds, added nine points and a game-high five steals.

Bulldogs women’s basketball head south this weekend, making a stop at Virginia State University for a 1 p.m. tipoff in the Multipurpose Center on the VSU campus.

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