Career High for Boateng, Brits in the NCAA Recap 25/02/10 -

Career High for Boateng, Brits in the NCAA Recap 25/02/10

There were 13 Brits in action last night, and one standout performance in particular, check it out…

Andrew LawrenceAndrew Lawrence (6′1, 185lbs, G, Freshman, London) Charleston Cougars.
Andrew Lawrence and his College of Charleston were defeated by Wofford, 74-68 on Thursday night. Lawrence went scoreless in 12 minutes (0/2) but did secure 1 rebound and add 2 assists.

College of Charleston are now 19-10 (13-4 Southern).

Ashley HamiltonAshley Hamilton (6′7, 210lbs, F, Freshman, London) Loyola Marymount Lions
Ashley Hamilton’s Loyola Marymount held on for 72-69 win over San Diego on Thursday night. The Lions, which has won five of six, has its highest win total since they went 18-11 in 1995-96. After a couple of decent games for Ashley Hamilton, he struggled a little in this one, finishing with 2 points (1/5 shooting), 1 rebound, 1 assist and 1 block in 22 minutes.

LMU are now 16-13 (7-6 West Coast).

Ben Daniels of the Houston Baptist HuskiesBen Daniels (6′6, 190lbs, G, Freshman, Manchester) Houston Baptist Huskies
Houston Baptist gotpast Utah Valley 61-48 last night. Unfortunately, our Brit Ben Daniels registered a DNP.

The Huskies are now 8-19 (7-2 Indep.).

Carl Josey of VMICarl Josey (6′5, 195lbs, F, Senior, Surrey) Virginia Military Keydets
Charleston Southern secured a 95-85 win over Carl Josey’s Virginia Military Institute on Thursday night. Josey, who has been given the starting role in the last couple of games, finished with 2 points (1/3 shooting) and 3 rebounds in 12 minutes of action.

The Keydets are now 10-17 (5-12 Big South).

Devan BaileyDevan Bailey (6′2, 180lbs, G, Freshman, Helsby) Central Connecticut State Blue Devils
Devan Bailey helped Central Connecticut State defeat Long Island U. 74-65 last night. In 22 minutes, Bailey finished with 5 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists and 1 steal. He went 2/5 from the field and 1/1 at the line.

The Blue Devils are now 11-17 (8-9 Northeast Conference).

Eric BoatengEric Boateng (6′10, 245lbs, C, Senior, London) Arizona State Sun Devils
Eric Boateng destroyed Stanford last night, finishing with a career high 24 points on 11/11 field goal shooting! He added 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 1 block in 34 minutes in ASU’s 68-60 victory over Stanford.

The Sun Devils are now 20-8 (10-5 Pac-10)  and remain alone in second place in the Pac-10, one-half game behind first-place California

Larry Awosanya Campbell Fighting camelsLarry Awosanya (6′7, 210lbs, F, Freshman, London) Campbell Fighting Camels
Campbell were defeated 65-52 by Jacksonville last night. The victory for Jacksonville broke a tie with Campbell to take over sole possession of first place in the conference. Larry Awosanya registered a DNP.

The Fighting Camels are now 18-10 (13-6 A-Sun).

Liam Potter of Sacred HeartLiam Potter (7′0, 230lbs, F/C, Senior, Lincolnshire) Sacred Heart Pioneers.
Fairleigh Dickinson rallied from a 19-point deficit to defeat Brit Liam Potter’s  Sacred Heart 64-59 in overtime on Thursday night. Liam Potter had another monster night on the boards, finishing with 14, but struggled shooting, going 1/5 from the field and 5/10 at the line for 7 points, and adding 1 assist. He fouled out in just 21 minutes of action.

Mikey Manghum Oral RobertsMikey Manghum (6′1, 175lbs, G, Freshman, Derby) Oral Roberts Golden Eagles
The Golden Eagles easily defeated Southern Utah 85-65 Thursday night. Mikey Manghum had a nice little game going perfect from the floor (2/2 field goals, 1/1 threes) to finish with 5 points, 1 rebound and 1 assists all in just 9 minutes.

Oral Roberts are now 18-12 (12-5 Summit).

Raheem May-Thompson (6′6, 200lbs, Freshman, F, London) Quinnipiac Bobcats
Raheem May-Thompson’ Quinnipiac cruised to an 82-63 win over Monmouth (N.J.) on Thursday night. May-Thompson got limited minutes again (2) going 1/2 from the field for 2 points.

The Bobcats are now 20-8 (14-3 NEC).

Richard ClarkRichard Clark (6′9, 215lbs, C, Sophomore, Berkshire) St. Francis (N.Y.) Terriers.
St. Francis (N.Y.) knocked off Bryant 69-60 on Thursday night. Unfortunately, Brit Richard Clark did not play.

The Terriers are now 11-17 (8-9 NEC).

Sam Fernley (6′0, 175lbs, G, Sophomore, Sheffield) Fairleigh Dickinson Knights.
Sam Fernley made a rare appearance for the Knights in their win over Sacred Heart (see Liam Potter’s recap), registering 7 minutes, going 0/1 from the floor to remain scoreless but securing 1 rebounds.

The Knights are now 11-19 (10-7 NEC).

Lawrence BrownLawrence Brown (7′2, 205lbs, C, Senior, Portsmouth) Fairleigh Dickinson Knights.
See Liam Potter’s recap for game report. Lawrence Brown registered a DNP.

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