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Walker Nets Season High; College Catchup

December 12, 2011 23:39 pm 2 comments

by Sam Neter

Shane Walker
Shane Walker’s streak of double figure games ended at seven, after he scored a season low 4 points whilst grabbing 9 rebounds against George Washington, however, he bounced back with a season high 20 on 4/7 shooting against Mount St Mary’s (video below). Walker went 4/7 from the field and 10/13 at the line adding 6 rebounds and 2 blocks in 29 minutes (stats breakdown) as the Greyhounds won their eight consecutive game.

Alasdair Fraser remains a leading contributor for Maine, despite fouling out in their last two games in 26 minutes. In a loss to Notre Dame, Fraser went 8/13 from the field for 17 points along with 7 rebounds, before following that up with 6 points and 10 rebounds on 3/6 shooting against San Diego (stats breakdown).

Will Neighbour tied his season high of 15 points against Missouri State going 6/13 from the field whilst adding 8 rebounds, however UALR lost 68-60. Previous to that, he had 7 points and 5 rebounds in 16 minutes in a comfortable win over Philander Smith (stats breakdown).

Despite South Carolina State being on a four game losing streak, Joe Ikhinmwin had a season high 14 points in just 13 minutes in their most recent outing against Gardner-Webb. He went 5/8 from the field and 4/8 at the line whilst registering 3 rebounds, 1 block and a steal (stats breakdown).

Ovie Soko had one his strongest outings of the season against Mid Tennessee last week as he finished with a 10 point-10 rebound double double whilst adding 4 assists on 5/6 shooting in 24 minutes as UAB got their second win (stats breakdown). Alexander Scotland-Williamson played under 1 minute in the game, finishing with just a turnover.

Ben Mockford struggled with his shot in a two point loss to Colgate, tying his season low with 5 points on 1/8 shooting. He is averaging 11.6 points on the season as St Francis (NY) stand at 2-6 (stats breakdown).

After going scoreless for two straight games, Adam Thoseby had 6 points in 12 minutes on 3/3 shooting for USU against Utah Valley. The following game, a loss to Wichita State, he went scoreless in just 7 minutes (stats breakdown).

Things have got slightly better for Phil Wait and Daniel James at Monmouth after losing their first 8 games. Monmouth have now won two on the trot, with Wait playing 10 and 11 minutes respectively; scoring 4 points against Navy, before registering 3 blocks against Fordham (stats breakdown). James registered 1 minute against Navy before playing 2 against Fordham, finishing with empty stat lines in both.

Mikey Manghum and Oral Roberts saw their six game win streak come to an end at the hands of Oklahoma. Manghum played 25 minutes, finishing with 3 points, 1 rebound and an assist.

Danny Carter had a season high 21 minutes in a win over Fairleigh Dickinson, scoring a season high 6 points, before going scoreless in 9 minutes against Boston College. Carter is averaging career lows of 1.3 points and 0.7 rebounds as a senior across Stony Brook’s 8 games so far.

Patrick Nyeko has played 9 and 14 minutes respectively in Nevada’s last two outings, finishing with 2 points and 1 assist in a victory over Arizona State, before remaining scoreless as he fouled out in a win over Montana (stats breakdown).

Lee Goldsbrough has seen limited minutes in Providence’s last three games, with his best outing being a 2 point, 1 rebound effort in 4 minutes over Bryant. Providence are 9-2.

Seton Hall and Aaron Geramipoor continue to win, standing at 8-1 having won their last five games in a row. Geramipoor has seen 12 and 8 minutes respectively in their last two games, having 2 points 4 rebounds and an assists in a win over NJIT, before finishing with two blocks against Wake Forest.

Teddy Okereafor saw two minutes in VCU’s most recent outing against Richmond, finishing with an empty statline. VCU stand at 6-3.

Tom Pereira played two minutes in Rider’s 21 point loss to ranked Florida, finishing with an empty statline.

Abodunrin Gabe Olaseni registered 1 minute in Iowa’s loss to Northern Iowa before registering a DNP against Iowa State.

Nick Mabbutt has registered a DNP and 3 minutes in South Dakota’s last two outings, finishing with a block against Canisius.

Across Tulane’s last four games, Grant Fiorentinos has registered 3 DNP’s and one outing of 3 minutes. It is in stark contrast to the start of the season where he was a surprise starter and contributing well (stats breakdown).

Ali Mackay has not played in Davidson’s last two outings, and has unfortunately suffered a knee injury that will sideline him for 4-6 weeks. He is expected to return to the court in January.

Simeon Esprit has now registered three consecutive DNP’s across Penn’s last three outings. Ryan Kilmartin is in the same boat, having registered three straight DNP’s.

Richard Bell is still looking to make his season’s debut with Nevada, as is Sam Fernley at Fairleigh Dickinson.

Ashley Hamilton continues to recover from an ankle injury and has not seen any action since LMU’s first three games. Andrew Lawrence and Charleston have not been in action since the last college catchup; they will face Tennessee this Wednesday, same with Alex Marcotullio and Northwestern who will play Texas Southern on Thursday.

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  • Christian

    Sam, how about a Hoopsfix NCAA Player of the Year? You could do rankings a la Race to the MVP on nba.com…it would help putting all this info into context. The NCAA structures are so complex that no-one this side of the pond (I include myself in this) can instantly look at these performances and detirmine quality of opposition, division, and game significance…it would just help make these stats come alive, because at the moment, I read them and I’m not entirely sure what to make of them. Would really help to broaden the appeal.

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