Nice going with that LC pick, LUHoops00
A couple of things caught my eye the morning after. One, the wonder of the “3” and the way BU got it done in Round 1.
The 3-point shot
Despite the horrific numbers below (first posted by DoubleSader on HC Board), Lafayette proved it was quality not quantity as they attempted just 41 shots from the field and made 13 of 19 from long range to win up in Worcester 84-76. This was the Leopards’ second win at the Hart Center this year and third straight up in MA. Up next: Bucknell…….Lewisburg, PA @ 4:30pm, Saturday.
-Points in the paint: -20 Lafayette
-Rebounding margin: -4 Lafayette.
-Steals: -10 Lafayette
-Turnovers: -5 Lafayette
-Pts off Turnovers: -8 Lafayette
-Second Chance points: -7 Lafayette
-Bench Points: -7 Lafayette
-Shot attempts: -7 Lafayette
An the other end of the 3-point story would be Army. The cadets never had a chance missing 22 of 26. When Simmons and Herberk go 1 for 12 from deep you know it’s going to be a long night and it was. Too bad, this on a night when AU’s Hinkle and Wroblicky combined for just 13 points on 4 for 13 shooting. AU @ LU Saturday @ 2pm.
BU does it another way in their romp over Navy…………….(from buckenllbison.com)
On a night when star center Mike Muscala played a supporting role with two points on three shot attempts in just 20 minutes of action, the Bison received production from all corners of the roster. Thirteen of the team’s 14 players entered the scoring column, and the bench produced 45 of the team’s 87 points. A 28-10 run over the last eight minutes of the half gave Bucknell a 41-21 lead at intermission, the margin ballooned to as many as 31 in the second half, and no Bison player was needed for more than 24 minutes.