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Saturday, January 4, 2014

UDC Ladies Vs AIC

 
January 4, 2014

Poor Second Half Stretch Dooms District of Columbia in 85-79 Loss to AIC

WASHINGTON, DC – A 23-4 run by American International over an eight-minute span in the second half spelled doom for the University of the District of Columbia women's basketball team as the Firebirds fell on their home floor, 85-79 in non-league play at UDC Gym Saturday afternoon.
UDC, which entered the week as the top team in the "Others Receiving Votes" category of the USA Today/WBCA Top-25 Coaches' Poll, dropped to 8-2 with the loss. Meanwhile, the Yellow Jackets of the Northeast-10 Conference, won their third straight game to improve to 9-3 overall.
Junior transfer guard Telisha Turner (Criminal Justice – Wilmington, DE/Harcum) surpassed the 900-point mark for her collegiate career with a season-high 31 points to lead all scorers. She shot 11-of-18 from the field, 4-of-8 from long-range and a perfect 5-of-5 from the free-throw line. Also, junior forward Denikka Brent (Mechanical Engineering – Chesapeake, VA/Booker T. Washington HS) recorded her third double-double of the season with 14 points and 11 rebounds, and sophomore forward Tatyana Calhoun (Environmental Science – Disputanta, VA/Sussex Central HS) returned to the lineup after a one-game absence and added 17 points and six rebounds.
AIC was led offensively by Krista Ferrentino, Brianna Bishop and Alyssa Roach. Ferrentino shot 10-of-17 from the field for a team-high 22 points to go along with a team-high nine rebounds. Bishop played 19 minutes off the bench and finished with 18 points on 6-of-8 from the field, including 4-of-5 from three-point range. Roach finished with 15 points and a game-high seven assists.
The Firebirds quickly erased a 46-45 halftime deficit with an 11-4 run in the first four-and-a-half minutes of action to take their largest lead of the day, 56-50. They still led, 58-54 at the 12:42 mark when the Yellow Jackets zipped on a 14-0 run in a little over three minutes to take a 68-58 lead nearing the nine-minute mark. AIC added a 9-4 spell on top of that over the next five minutes to take the largest lead of the day held by either team, 77-62 with 4:30 left to play.
At that point, Turner would score five consecutive points to jumpstart a furious, 12-1 Firebird rally which cut the deficit to 78-74 with 2:10 remaining. That was as close as they would get the rest of the way as a 5-0 Yellow Jackets surge increased the lead back to nine, and AIC went on to win comfortably by a six-point margin.
UDC, which was coming off of a 17-day Winter Holiday break, committed four turnovers in the opening three minutes of play and dug itself a 9-0 hole to start the game. The Firebirds still trailed 28-20 with 7:40 left in the opening frame when Turner, who scored 18 of her game-high 31 points in the half, looked as though she might take the game over. In a period of exactly one minute, she fed Calhoun for an easy layup, then knocked down a three-pointer, and then forced a steal and converted the fast-break layup to help the Firebirds pull within one, 28-27. Later, at the 4:13 mark, another layup by Calhoun would give UDC its first lead of the game, 31-30. The lead changed hands seven more times before the Yellow Jackets ultimately took a 46-45 edge into the locker room for intermission.
After shooting 63-percent (17-of-27) from the field in the first half, the Firebirds cooled off dramatically, making just 30-percent (11-of-37) of their shots in the closing half. AIC out-shot UDC, 53-percent (32-of-60) to  44-percent (28-of-64) for the whole game. The Yellow Jackets were also much more efficient shooting from three-point range, making 7-of-16 (44-percent) from behind-the-arc compared to 5-of-20 (25-percent) by the Firebirds. AIC also had a 39-33 rebounding advantage, a 36-32 edge in points-in-the-paint and 16-10 edge in second-chance points, and a slight 31-27 disparity in bench points.
The Firebirds will look to bounce back from just their second loss of the season as they return to East Coast Conference play with a visit to Roberts Wesleyan on Friday, January 10th. UDC currently sits atop the league standings at 4-0.  

Friday, January 3, 2014

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Bulldogs Falter in Second Half and Lose 73-67 at Livingstone

Bulldogs Falter in Second Half and Lose 73-67 at Livingstone


SALISBURY, N.C. – In their 50th meeting, the Bowie State University men's basketball team opened conference play with a 73-67 setback at Livingstone College. The loss evens the Bulldogs overall record at 6-6 overall (0-1 CIAA) whereas the Blue Bears improve to 8-2 (1-0 CIAA) on the season.

Senior Ray Gatling (Oxon Hill, Md.) paced the Bulldogs with 24 points (two off his career-high). Junior Cameron Knox (Baltimore, Md.) recorded 17 points and senior Carlos Smith finished with 10 points. Graduate student Brian Freeman (Clinton, Md.) snatched a BSU personal career high 11 boards.

For Livingstone, four Blue Bears registered double-digit points, with Jody Hill tallying 20 points while Eric Mayo and Mark Thomas added 14 and 11 points respectively. Mayo led the Blue Bears with 11 rebounds and Anthony Welch chipped in 10 in the victory.

The Bulldogs led all but two minutes and 15 seconds of the first half with their largest lead of the first half (34-24) coming with 49 seconds remaining on a Freeman jumper.

Bowie State went into intermission leading 34-26 with the Bulldogs defense holding Livingstone’s Blue Bears to 10-of-37 shooting (27.0 percent) from the field.  On the flipside, the Bulldogs shot 50 percent (12-of-24) from the field, which included three triples.

The Blue Bears scored the first four points of the second half only to see the Bulldogs respond with a 6-0 run to push the lead back up to 10 points at 40-30.

Bowie State appeared to be clicking only to see Livingstone go on a 17-8 run which was capped off by a dunk and free throw by Christian Henry, making the score 54-53 Bowie State with 4:49 left to play in the game.

Livingstone took the lead for good eight seconds later following a steal by Welch and 3-pointer by Hill.

A pair of Gatling free throws created the games fourth and final tie at 62 with 1:26 remaining. Unfortunately for Bowie State, the Bulldogs managed one field goal and a pair of free throws for the rest of the night.

Up next, the Bulldogs continue their three-game road trip as they face the Golden Bulls of Johnson C. Smith University on Saturday(January 4th) inside Brayboy Gymnasium. Tip-off is 7:30 pm.

Bowie State vs Livingstone (1/2/14 at Salisbury, NC (New Trent Gym))


Official Basketball Box Score
Bowie State vs Livingstone
1/2/14 7:30 p.m. at Salisbury, NC (New Trent Gym)


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VISITORS: Bowie State 6-6 / 0-1 CIAA
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
00 WILLIAMS,Julian.....    0-0    0-0    2-2    0  0  0   0   2  0  0  0  0   3
01 GATLING,Ray......... *  9-18   2-4    4-9    0  2  2   0  24  2  3  0  4  32
04 KNOX,Cameron........    4-10   2-5    7-8    0  8  8   2  17  0  3  0  1  25
10 JACKSON,Andre.......    0-1    0-0    0-0    0  1  1   4   0  0  0  0  0  17
15 FREEMAN,Brian.......    1-6    0-0    0-2    5  6 11   4   2  1  2  3  0   9
20 SMITH,Carlos........ *  3-9    0-2    4-6    1  2  3   2  10  1  2  1  0  32
21 WILLIAMS,Zafir...... *  3-4    0-0    1-2    1  5  6   3   7  2  6  0  2  35
22 BECK,Justin.........    0-0    0-0    3-4    0  2  2   3   3  2  2  0  0  12
25 WILLIAMS,Donald.....    1-2    0-1    0-0    0  0  0   0   2  0  1  0  0   2
31 GOLLADAY,David...... *  0-1    0-0    0-0    0  2  2   1   0  0  0  0  0  13
34 CLEMMONS,Joel.......    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   1   0  0  0  0  0   2
45 MARSHALL,Tai........ *  0-0    0-0    0-0    0  1  1   2   0  0  1  0  0  18
   TEAM................                         3  2  5             1
   Totals..............   21-51   4-12  21-33  10 31 41  22  67  8 21  4  7 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-24 50.0%   2nd Half:  9-27 33.3%   Game: 41.2%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  3-5  60.0%   2nd Half:  1-7  14.3%   Game: 33.3%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half:  7-13 53.8%   2nd Half: 14-20 70.0%   Game: 63.6%    6


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HOME TEAM: Livingstone 8-2 / 1-0 CIAA
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
01 LEFEAR,Cameron...... *  0-1    0-1    0-0    0  2  2   1   0  0  1  0  0  15
03 HILL,Jody........... *  5-13   5-8    6-8    2  0  2   1  21  0  1  0  2  28
04 DUBOSE,Eric.........    1-9    0-3    2-2    1  0  1   0   4  1  2  0  1  17
05 HENRY,Christian..... *  3-5    0-0    1-1    1  0  1   5   7  0  0  1  0  16
11 THOMAS,Mark......... *  2-11   0-4    7-8    1  5  6   3  11  3  3  0  4  32
12 OKAM,Mike...........    1-2    0-1    0-0    0  0  0   1   2  0  1  0  0   4
15 FLINT,Robert........    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  1  1   0   0  0  0  0  1   7
21 JOHNSON,Darresse.... *  1-3    0-0    0-0    4  3  7   3   2  0  2  1  1  18
33 BAILEY,Emarri.......    1-10   0-0    0-0    1  1  2   3   2  1  0  0  0  23
34 MAYO,Eric...........    4-5    0-0    6-9    4  7 11   4  14  0  0  0  2  17
44 WELCH,Anthony.......    3-7    2-3    2-2    2  3  5   3  10  2  1  1  3  16
50 JOHNSON,Cornelius...    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   2   0  0  0  0  0   7
   TEAM................                         2  4  6   1
   Totals..............   21-66   7-20  24-30  18 26 44  27  73  7 11  3 14 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-37 27.0%   2nd Half: 11-29 37.9%   Game: 31.8%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  1-8  12.5%   2nd Half:  6-12 50.0%   Game: 35.0%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half:  5-6  83.3%   2nd Half: 19-24 79.2%   Game: 80.0%    2


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Officials: William Humes, Joseph Major, Michael Luckie
Technical fouls: Bowie State-None. Livingstone-TEAM.
Attendance: 129
Score by Periods                1st  2nd   Total
Bowie State...................   34   33  -   67
Livingstone...................   26   47  -   73

Lady Bulldogs Regroup to Top Livingstone 75-63 in Conference Opener

Lady Bulldogs Regroup to Top Livingstone 75-63 in Conference Opener


SALISBURY, N.C. - The Bowie State University women's basketball team began CIAA conference play and used a strong second half to capture a 75-63 win over Livingstone College on Thursday evening in the New Trent Gymnasium.

Graduate student Uchechi Ahaiwe (Riverdale, Md.) led the Lady Bulldogs with a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds, while juniors Denver Clyde (Glen Burnie, Md.) and Ashley Castle (Brooklyn, N.Y.) added 19 and 13 points respectively in the victory. Clyde also grabbed seven rebounds while Castle and graduate student Brooke Miles (Upper Marlboro, Md.) pulled down four each.

The Lady Bulldogs (6-3 / 1-0 CIAA) shot 37.3 percent (25-for-67) from the floor and hit six of their 21 3-pointers (28.6 percent). Livingstone shot 30.0 percent (18-for-60) from the floor and out-rebounded Bowie State 43-41.

Cierra York led the Lady Blue Bears (5-6 / 0-1 CIAA) with a game-high 27 points, while Sophie Lepzem added 10 points.

The Lady Blue Bears jumped out to a 5-0 advantage to start the game and pushed that lead to 13-2 six minutes into the opening period. BSU’s lone two points up to that point came via of a pair of free throws by Clyde.

Livingstone extended their lead to a game-high 19 points (30-11) but hit a dry spell after that. The Lady Blue Bears led by a dozen at halftime (39-27) before Bowie State opened the second half with a 12-3 run to close the Lady Bulldogs deficit to 42-39 at the 14:30mark.

The Lady Bulldogs pulled to within two three times over the next nine minutes before a Clyde 3-pointer shifted the advantage over to Bowie State for good at 64-62 with 5:39 left in the game. From that point, Bowie State held Livingstone to just two points while scoring 11 points of their own to finish the contest.

Bowie State blocked a season-high six shots and forced 25 Livingstone turnovers. Ahaiwe blocked two shots (for the fourth time this season) and Clyde paced the Lady Bulldogs with three steals. Castle and junior Alisha Burley (Baltimore, Md.) dished out a game-high four assists each for the Lady Bulldogs. 

The Lady Bulldogs return to action on Saturday (January 4th) at Johnson C. Smith University at 5:30 p.m.


Bowie State vs Livingstone (1/2/14 at Salisbury, NC (New Trent Gym))


Official Basketball Box Score
Bowie State vs Livingstone
1/2/14 5:30 p.m. at Salisbury, NC (New Trent Gym)


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VISITORS: Bowie State 6-3 / 1-0 CIAA
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
01 PHIPPS,Kiera........    2-3    0-1    0-0    0  1  1   5   4  1  0  1  1  16
02 SMITH,ReVen.........    0-1    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   1   0  0  1  0  0  11
03 CASTLE,Ashley.......    6-12   1-3    0-0    1  3  4   3  13  4  4  0  2  28
05 BURLEY,Alisha....... *  0-9    0-4    2-2    1  2  3   4   2  4  2  0  1  19
10 FLORES,Alessandra... *  2-4    1-2    0-0    0  0  0   1   5  0  0  0  1  17
14 DAVIS,Ashley........    3-6    0-2    0-0    1  2  3   2   6  0  1  1  0  20
21 NAYLOR,Donia........    1-4    0-0    5-7    1  0  1   1   7  0  2  0  0   5
22 MILES,Brooke........    0-3    0-3    0-2    2  2  4   3   0  1  2  0  0  18
23 McINTOSH,Jasmine.... *  0-4    0-2    2-2    3  0  3   0   2  1  1  0  1   6
24 CLYDE,Denver........ *  5-8    3-3    6-8    2  5  7   1  19  2  1  1  3  25
32 JACKSON,Alauna......    1-1    0-0    2-2    1  2  3   1   4  0  1  1  1  18
34 BONAPARTE,Briana....    1-1    1-1    0-0    0  0  0   0   3  0  0  0  0   0
55 AHAIWE,Uchechi...... *  4-11   0-0    2-4    5  5 10   2  10  0  1  2  0  17
   TEAM................                         1  1  2
   Totals..............   25-67   6-21  19-27  18 23 41  24  75 13 16  6 10 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-31 32.3%   2nd Half: 15-36 41.7%   Game: 37.3%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  3-12 25.0%   2nd Half:  3-9  33.3%   Game: 28.6%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half:  4-4  100 %   2nd Half: 15-23 65.2%   Game: 70.4%    5


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HOME TEAM: Livingstone 5-6 / 0-1 CIAA
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
02 EVANS,Tiffany....... *  1-9    0-4    4-4    2  3  5   3   6  0  8  0  1  19
03 TOLLIVER,Diamond....    2-6    1-3    1-2    1  0  1   1   6  2  1  0  1  23
05 WALKER,Ashley.......    1-7    0-3    4-4    0  3  3   3   6  1  4  0  4  32
10 HICKS,Alexis........ *  1-3    0-1    2-3    0  2  2   5   4  0  4  0  2  13
15 LEPZEM,Sophie.......    5-8    0-0    0-0    3  1  4   4  10  0  1  0  0  10
21 FOSTER,Wende........ *  0-7    0-0    0-0    1  3  4   4   0  0  0  2  0  30
22 COE,Phantasia.......    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   1   0  0  0  0  0   1
23 YORK,Cierra......... *  6-17   2-2   13-16   3  5  8   0  27  1  4  0  1  40
32 DANIELS,Taylor...... *  2-3    0-0    0-0    4  6 10   0   4  0  0  0  1  32
   TEAM................                         2  4  6             3
   Totals..............   18-60   3-13  24-29  16 27 43  21  63  4 25  2 10 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-30 36.7%   2nd Half:  7-30 23.3%   Game: 30.0%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  2-6  33.3%   2nd Half:  1-7  14.3%   Game: 23.1%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half: 15-16 93.8%   2nd Half:  9-13 69.2%   Game: 82.8%    8


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Officials: Kimberly Haywood, Nathan Walker, Harold Weaver-Jr.
Technical fouls: Bowie State-None. Livingstone-None.
Attendance: 74
Score by Periods                1st  2nd   Total
Bowie State...................   27   48  -   75
Livingstone...................   39   24  -   63

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Curing Breast Cancer Without Surgery? Great Start to the New Year!

Consider This New, Easy Way To Treat Small Breast Tumors
(No Scars!)

In an earlier article I told you about a procedure doctors have been using since the 1990s to kill prostate cancer cells without surgery. Now it looks like this same innovative approach can be used on small breast tumors as well.
It’s exciting news (and not just because it’s almost painless, is an out-patient procedure, and leaves no scars). Nearly all women who are told they have early-stage breast cancer elect to have it cut out rather than take their chances on alternative treatments.
Although it’s a normal response, it’s also a panic response. I’d give alternative therapies two or three weeks, at least – and I bet you’ll be happy with the results. If you want to know what the best alternatives are, consider our Special Report Breast Cancer Cover-Up.

But if you’re in the majority who just wants to get rid of the darn thing, now conventional medicine has come up with a new way that sounds more reasonable to me than surgery. Keep reading to learn more. . .
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Cryoablation—also known as cryotherapy or cryosurgery—involves the use of controlled freeze-and-thaw cycles to destroy cancer cells in both malignant and benign tumors.
In 2012, IceCure Medical Ltd. of Israel successfully used their IceSense3 cryoablation procedure on four breast cancer patients to treat small, early stage breast cancer tumors (fibroadenomas).
Traditionally, a surgical biopsy was the only option for removing these tumors. But cryoablation provides a less invasive option that even the Food and Drug Administration approves for treating fibroadenomas.
IceSense3 has been developed specifically for breast tumors and uses ultrasound imaging to guide thin, hollow needles into the tumor.
Doctors then use liquid nitrogen or argon gas to cool the end of the needle to -274 F (-170 C). This turns the tumor into a ball of ice and allows your body to reabsorb the dead cells over time.
Use of the probe also helps ensure that only breast tumor cells are killed—leaving surrounding tissues unharmed.
Eisuke Fukuma, MD, PhD, Chairman of the Breast Center at Kameda Medical Center in Kamogawa City, Japan, is leader of a clinical trial that will eventually involve 30 small early stage breast cancer patients. Four have been treated as of the latest information I have.
In a company statement, Dr. Fukuma said “this procedure is an exciting step towards moving treatment of small, early stage breast cancer tumors from open surgery to a minimally invasive cryoablation procedure.”
What are the pros and cons
of this treatment?
Cryoablation has been used for years to treat both malignant and benign tumors. Over 400 published studies document the clinical value of cryotherapy to treat prostate cancer.
And recent studies show ten-year cure rates as high as 90% for low risk (presumably early stage) patients. This represents the same success rate as surgery or radiation treatments.
I actually think cryotherapy sounds like a more reasonable approach for early-stage breast cancer than for prostate cancer (see Issue #110 for my take on the latter). Situated deep within the body, the prostate is harder to reach with the probes and it’s more difficult to identify all the tumors and their precise locations.
But when treating breast cancer with freezing probes it sounds like it’s fairly easy to get where you want to go, kill only cancer cells, and get out with no damage to healthy tissue.
Recent technological advances have resulted in smaller probes that are easier to manage. These are ideal for use in treating breast cancer.
This new breast cancer treatment provides several advantages, including:
  • No hospitalization required—the procedure can be performed safely in a doctor’s office or breast center.
  • No anesthesia or sutures needed—this helps minimize any risk of infection or reactions to anesthetics, such as heart attack or stroke.
  • No invasive surgery involved—the 5 to 15-minute procedure helps speed recovery time.
  • No huge medical bills—cryoablation costs less than cancer surgery which may require lengthy hospital stays, anesthesia and prescription drugs.
  • No pain or scar tissue—most patients report minimal pain with the procedures and have little to no scarring within six months.
Now in all fairness, you must consider the less favorable aspect of cryoablation. In my opinion, it’s very minor, but I’ll mention it: It DOES involve the use of needles. Small and thin though they may be… some folks just can’t stomach them.
You’ll need to endure a needle for the local anesthesia as well as the one used to administer the gases to freeze the tumor cells. I don’t know why this would bother a person any more than being cut with a scalpel, but some people might have a different take.
U.S. researchers achieve similar results
In 2010, Peter J. Littrup, M.D., reported encouraging results in a study of 13 breast cancer patients who refused surgery. He’s an interventional radiologist and director of imaging research and image-guided therapy for the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit, Michigan.
In a Science Daily article, Dr. Littrup explained that researchers inserted several needle-like probes through the skin at even spaces, which delivered the cold gas directly to the tumor.
A major difference between this study and prior methods of breast cryotherapy is the use of two or more probes to deliver the cold gas. Prior breast cryotherapy studies used only a single cryoprobe.
Littrup said early researchers also suggested that breast tumors larger than 1.5 centimeters could not be adequately treated with cryoablation.
But this assertion ignores the fact that men’s prostate glands—which average 5 centimeters—have been treated successfully with cryoablation for more than a decade!
When treating prostates with cryoablation, doctors typically use more than six probes to transfer the deadly cold temperatures throughout the whole gland.
Littrup’s team used this concept to attack breast tumors to ensure that the freezing gas saturated all areas of the women’s tumors.
Many medical professionals are encouraged by results of cryotherapy as a breast cancer treatment. One of the most positive results from the Michigan study is that the patients didn’t have to undergo additional surgery, aimed at proving the cancer tumors had been treated completely, following multi-probe cryoablation.
Although he stressed the need for more large studies on the use of this approach, Dr. Littrup said he believes cryotherapy will allow “accurate targeting of more difficult-to-see breast tumors.”
The American Cancer Society estimates that more than 40,000 people will die from breast cancer in 2013. Cryoablation could be a promising new treatment to help cut that number down to size!

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American Cancer Society. 2013. Cancer facts and figures. Report available online at http://www.cancer.org/acs/groups/content/@epidemiologysurveilance/documents/
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Boyles, S. 2010. Breast cancer treated by freezing tumors. WebMD. Retrieved from http://www.webmd.com/breast-cancer/news/20100316/breast-cancer-treated-
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