USCAA CHAMPS CROWNED PLUS MORE COLLEGE BASKETBALL ACTION

USCAA DIVISION TWO

NHTINATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME – In this title game the 4 seeds – the NEW HAMPSHIRE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE LYNX – took on the Cinderella 10th seeded PENN STATE AT GREATER ALLEGHENY LIONS. The Lynx were chasing the Lions 39-35 at Halftime. After the break NHTI came from behind to win by a final tally of 74-70. Sean Riley and J’Quavious Thurmond led the Lynx with 19 points each. * THE LYNX ARE NATIONAL CHAMPIONS OF USCAA DIVISION TWO *

USCAA DIVISION ONE

Saint Thomas Texas CeltsDAY ONE: GAME ONE – The 2nd seeded UNIVERSITY OF SAINT THOMAS (TX) CELTS played the 7 seeds – the NEWPORT NEWS APPRENTICE SCHOOL BUILDERS. The Celts were on top 35-27 at the Half then kept the Builders at arm’s length from there for a 74-65 triumph. Freddie Ricks III tossed in 17 points to lead the way for the University of Saint Thomas.

Bluefield State Big Blues logoDAY ONE: GAME TWO – In this game the 4 seeds – the BLUEFIELD STATE BIG BLUES took the court against the 5th seeded BRYANT & STRATTON (Buffalo) BOBCATS. The 1st Half ended with the Big Blues up 33-27. After the break the defenses dominated, with Bluefield State ultimately downing the Bobcats 55-51. Eleven points from Marquez Cooper led the Big Blues.  

Delhi BroncosDAY ONE: GAME THREE – The 3rd seeded DELHI STATE BRONCOS clashed with the 6 seeds – the HOLY FAMILY COLLEGE LAKERS (should be the Pheasants). The Broncos were dominating the Lakers from the tip-off, leading them 36-24 at Halftime on their way to a 70-56 victory. Glenn Butler’s 23 points led the way for Delhi State.  

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10 responses to “USCAA CHAMPS CROWNED PLUS MORE COLLEGE BASKETBALL ACTION

  1. Sybille Lengauer

    You still have basketball games at the university? With audience? Greetings from Europe.

  2. Hiram

    Too bad the Chinese coronavirus killed the season.

  3. Ethan S

    JOSEPH DEL VALLE RECOMMENDED BALLADEER’S BLOG AT GLITTERNIGHT.COM AND I’M GLAD HE DID!

  4. Heather Kenealy

    I didn’t know this much college basketball got played this year before the shutdowns.

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