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MIchigan State tops Vermont November 21 2006
Michigan State dribbles past Vermont November 21 2006 over Vermont

Spartans go to 5-1 for young 2006 season with a 66-46 romp over Vermont

Internet Wire Service from basketballhistorian.com

 

Michigan State scored early and often en-route to a 39-19

halftime lead, then, substitutions by Spartans coach Tom Izzo

eased the pain of an outclassed the Vermont Catamounts. At

the end it was Michigan State 66 Vermont 46 before 14,759 in

East Lansing Michigan. 

 

Junior guard Drew Neitzel hit on all cylinders Tuesday night at

Michigan State Arena and notched a night high of 26 points,

including a sizzling 9 for 13 field goals and pulled down 8

rebounds, and had 4 assists. Neitzel was red hot and connected

on 7 of 8 3-point shots.

 

6 ft 7 inch forward Raymar Morgan scored 10, including 6 of 8

free throws. Center Goran Suton scored 8 points and had

4 rebounds. Maurice Joseph, a native of Montreal, scored 5 points.

 

Joe Trapani led Vermont with 21 points, including 7 of 13 from

the field, and 5 of 8 free throws, teammate Chris Holm had 9

rebounds and 7 points. The Vermont Catamounts fell to 2-3 record

for 2006. 


Brown University loses to Northwestern 2006
Northwestern dribbles past Brown November 21 2006

Wildcats connect on four of its first 5 field goal attempts

to take control early in game and roll to 64-40 win

 

Attendance 3,736 at Welsh Ryan Arena in Evanston IL 

November 21 2006

 

The Northwestern Wildcats shot a sizzling 67 per cent

of their shots in the first half enroute to a 36-18 half time

lead.

 

6 ft 5 inch senior forward Tim Doyle led Northwestern with

17 points, making 8 of 12 attempts and had eight assists. ‘I did

not make too many shots,’ said Doyle. ‘I made a couple of

flippers, couple of dinkers, stuff you shoot at the play ground

in a ‘horse game.’ It’s tough to put a finger on how I play.’  

‘He’s a play maker,’ said NU coach Bill Carmody. ‘It was a

big night for him.’

 

Northwestern senior center Vince Scott scored four points,

had five assists, and controlled the middle of the paint and

forward Sterling Williams pulled down 6 rebounds and notched

4 points.

 

Brown University played without their big man, 6 ft 9 inch

center Mark MacDonald. Mc Andrews led Brown with 10 points.

Kennan Jeppesen, Brown’s leading scorer hit on just 2 of 11

shots, and finished with 5 points for the night.

 

Northwestern improved its record to 2-2 for the young 2006

season. Brown fell to 1 win and 4 losses. 


Men's College Basketball Jan 10 2007
NCAA Hoops Scores

News of the Day (Jan 10 2007) Men’s College Basketball

 7th rank Pitt stop DePaul… UCONN falls to Marquette,
Michigan St beats Northwestern, Morris Almond of Rice
leads nation 29.7 points per game

Internet News Services by basketballhistorian.com

 

* The No 7 ranked Pittsburgh Panthers toppled the DePaul

Blue Demons 59-49. Aaron Gray, Pitts’ 7 ft 270 pound center,

led both teams with 18 points, making 8 of 15 field goals and

pulling in 7 rebounds. DePaul Draelon Burns led the cold

shooting Blue Demons (17 0f 55 FGA) with 15 points, he made

7 of 10 from the floor including a 3-pointer with just under 4

minutes to play. Pitt coach Jamie Dixon said, ‘DePaul tried a

tag-team defense on Aaron Gray, but it didn’t work. DePaul’s

home winning streak ended at 9 games.

 

* Jerel McNeal had a team-high 18 points and Ousman Barro

had 17 points and 13 rebounds to lead Marquette men’s

basketball to a 73-69 victory over Connecticut. The loss

stopped a U of Connecticut Huskies home winning streak of 31

consecutive games. Doug Wiggins had 19 points and Jeff

Adrien collected 18 points for the losing UCONN Huskies.

The 24th ranked Huskies are now 12-3 overall for the 2006-07

Season. The Marquette Golden Eagles are 14-4 overall.

 

* The Michigan State Spartans (14-4 record) battle hard to

topple the Northwestern Wildcats 66-45 in East Lansing

Michigan. Michigan St out rebounded NU 37-13, with Drew

Naymick leading the team with six rebounds, four of his

Teammates collected 4 boards each. Drew Neitzel led all

players with 18 points, his 17th straight double figures

scoring game. Vince Scott scored 11 points for Northwestern,

10-6 record.

 

Men’s Basketball Scoring Leaders:

 

Morris Almond Rice 29.7 ppg… Trey Johnson Jackson State

29.6 ppg… Reggie Williams, VMI 26.5 ppg… Bo McCalebb,

New Orleans 26.2 ppg… Gary Neal, Towson 24.6

 

Rebounds:

 

R Jones Jennings, Arkansas Little Rock 12.7 rpg… Nick

Fazekas, Nevada 12.1… Ryvon Covile, Detroit 11.4 rpg…

Chris Holm, Vermont 11.3 rpg… Glen Davis, LSU 10.9

 

Michigan State Men’s Basketball, Northwestern Men’s

Basketball, DePaul Men’s Basketball by Basketball Historian 



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