SCAC Men's Basketball Recap - Week Three

SCAC Men's Basketball Recap - Week Three

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - Six of the eight men's basketball teams in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference competed last week, posting a 6-5 cumulative record.

The University of Dallas continued its strong performance over the weekend, going 2-0 in non-conference action, including a win over future SCAC member Johnson & Wales University. The Crusaders won both games by double digits.

UD's Spencer Levi had a dominant week, breaking the University of Dallas' single-game blocked shots record with nine against JWU on Saturday. The first-year player also tallied four in the team's first game of the week.

Centenary College went 3-0 last week to move to 5-2 on the season. The Gents picked up wins over Louisiana College, Johnson & Wales and Hendrix College.

In Trinity University's only game last week, the Tigers picked up a 97-85 win over Sul Ross State.

For links to box scores and recaps from all of last week's season-opening action, click below: 

This Week's Leaders:

Points/game (26.0): Cedric Harris, Centenary
Rebounds/game (12.5): Spencer Levi, Dallas
Assists/game (8.0): Matt Jones, Trinity
Steals/game (4.0): Travion Kirkendoll, Centenary
Blocks/game (6.5): Spencer Levi, Dallas
*FG percentage (91.7): Spencer Levi, Dallas (22-24)
+FT percentage (100.0): Michael Wambsganss, Dallas (8-8), Josh Quinn, Austin College (6-6)
#3FG percentage (75.0): Stephen Molina, Trinity (3-4)

*minimum of 4 FGs made per game
+minimum of 2.5 FTs made per game
#minimum of 1.5 3FGs made per game 

This Week's Results:

Date Away Home Status Links
 
November
Mon. 27 Centenary (La.) 91 Louisiana Col. 69 Final
  LeTourneau 91 Austin College 73 Final
  Mary Hardin-Baylor 89 Southwestern (Tex.) 77 Final
Tue. 28 Sul Ross St. 85 Trinity (Tex.) 97 Final
  Texas Lutheran 65 Texas-Tyler 84 Final
Thu. 30 Ozarks (Ark.) 67 Dallas 81 Final
 
December
Fri. 1 Johnson & Wales (CO) 109 Centenary (La.) 111 Final - 2OT
Sat. 2 Rhodes 120 Austin College 103 Final
  Johnson & Wales (CO) 65 Dallas 82 Final
  Southwestern (Tex.) 73 Howard Payne 86 Final
Sun. 3 Centenary (La.) 86 Hendrix 69 Final