Danny Carter and Stony Brook Win Title, Brits in the NCAA Recap 24/02/10 - Hoopsfix.com

Danny Carter and Stony Brook Win Title, Brits in the NCAA Recap 24/02/10

Seven Brits in action last night, check out how they did by reading on…

Ben AllisonBen Allison (6′9, 220lbs, F, Sophomore, West Sussex) Davidson Wildcats
Davidson managed to hold off North Carolina-Greensboro 60-56 on Wednesday night. Ben Allison struggled a little, going scoreless on 0/3 shooting, but did add 5 rebounds in 16 minutes.

The Wildcats are now 15-14 (10-7 Southern Conference).

Danny Carter StonybrookDanny Carter (6′9, 210lbs, C, Sophomore, Windsor) Stony Brook Seawolves
Stony Brook clinched its first America East Conference regular-season title with an 82-78 victory over Vermont last night. It means they will get the number 1 seed for the conference tournament which starts March 4th. Danny Carter played 10 minutes off the bench, going scoreless on 0/1 shooting but did add 1 assist.

The Seawolves are now 21-7 (13-2 Am. East).

Fahro Alihodzic (6′10, 235lbs, F/C, Freshman, Leicester) Fordham Rams
Alihodzic’s Rams, in perhaps a predictable outcome, lost to Ogo Adegboye’s St Bonaventure Bonnies (see how he got on below), 73-68. Alihodzic played 22 minutes, having a perfect night shooting the ball, going 1/1 from the field and 2/2 at the line for 4 points, and added 2 rebounds.

The Rams added to their woeful record, now at 2-24 and winless in A-10 play (0-14).

Myles LuttmanMyles Luttman (6′11, 230lbs, C, Junior, Birmingham) Southern Methodist Mustangs.
Southern Methodist held on for 59-54 victory over East Carolina last night. Myles Luttman got off the bench to play four minutes, going 1/2 from the field for 2 points.

SMU are now 13-14 (6-7 Conference USA).

Ogo AdegboyeOgo Adegboye (6′0, 185lbs, G, Junior, London) St. Bonaventure Bonnies
Things got worse for Adegboye after losing his starting spot last game. His minutes were significantly reduced playing only 7 in the Bonnies 73-68 win. He finished 1/2 from the field for 2 points and added 2 steals.

The Bonnies are now 12-14 (5-8 A-10).

Ovie SokoOvie Soko (6′8, 225lbs, F, Freshman, London) UAB Blazers
Alabama-Birmingham held off a Central Florida second-half rally in a 53-49 win. Ovie Soko played just 6 minutes in a starting role, going for 2 points on 2/4 free throw shooting and adding 1 rebound.

The Blazers are now 22-5 (10-3 Conference USA).

Will OghuaregbeWill Oghuaregbe (6′8, 255lbs, F, Freshman, London) North Carolina-Wilmington Seahawks
North Carolina-Wilmington committed a season-low eight turnovers to hold off Drexel 75-69 last night. Will Oghuaregbe got the starting nod due to a couple of injuries and got the most minutes (21) he had played in the last 10 games. He finished 1/2 from the field, 2/2 at the line for 4 points, adding 4 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 block.

The Seahawks who had lost seven of their last eight, are now 9-20 (5-12 Colonial Athletic Association).

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