Saturday, March 3, 2007

47-45 Stags; 15:54 in the 2nd

  • Media T.O. and a deep breath - as this crowd is getting rowdy.
  • Israel is called for a hold after grabbing Van Schaick, who was trying to drive the lane.
  • Israel goes up after his own missed and is "fouled" by Devin Johnson. Johnson thought he hit all ball. Israel hits both shots to pull the Greyhounds within two. 47-45 Stags.
  • Anthony Johnson is called for a hold on Israel on the floor. Hounds ball.
  • Johnson hits one-of-one from the line. 47-44 Stags.
  • Things are getting HEATED: Anthony Johnson was on a break away and was pushed from behind by Sullivan - who was not called for an intentional. Han took offense and got in Sullivan's face, almost resulting in a skirmish. Hopefully, they weren't watching the lacrosse game. Cooley pumps his fist at the crowd after huddling with Patsos.
  • Devin Johnson grabs a rebound from a Peanut Johnson miss and puts it in. Seconds later, James gets a lay-up. 46-43 Stags.
  • Sullivan hits a three on a kick-out pass; he was wide open. 44-41 Stags.
  • Nero makes a nice post move and puts in off of a turnaround jumper. 44-38 Stags.
  • Patsos celebrates like the Greyhounds just won the World Series and gets a technical foul (much to the delight of the Fairfield faithful). Shake hits them both and the Stags go up four. 42-38 Stags.
  • Alujevic gets a good look from James and lays it in. 40-38.
  • It smells like hot chocolate.
  • Shake hits a shot just a step in front of the arc. He looks like he's getting hot. 40-36 Stags.
  • Alujevic lays it in off of a feed from Sullivan, who was driving the lane. A similar ply to that of FU the last run. 38-36 Stags.
  • Greg Nero puts it in from the paint. 38-34 FU.
  • Moments later, Van Schaick gets a kick out pass from Peanut and drains the three, helping the Stags regain the lead. 36-34 Stags
  • Shake in bounds to Han and we are underway.
  • Stat of the Half: Gerald Brown leads Loyola with 10 points, but shot 4-of-12 from the field and was scoreless on four attempts from beyond the arc.
- Keith Connors


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