Keene State 105, Connecticut College 85
Harrigan, Mahoney Named to All-Tournament Team for Camels
KEENE, N.H.--The Keene State Owls defeated Connecticut College 105-85 in the championship game of the Keene State College Adrenaline Circuit Tip-Off at Spaulding Gym Saturday. The Owls (3-0) averaged 107 points in the two games to come away with the title.
Sophomore Cody Snow (Leyden, Mass.) led five KSC players in double-figures with 16 points. Ryan Martin (Wayne, N.H.) had 15 points and seven assists and was named to the All-Tournament team. Geoff Woodberry (Hyde Park, Mass.) finished with a dozen and was named the most outstanding player of the tournament.
Connecticut College junior captain Brian Mahoney (Quincy, Mass.) and sophomore Rob Harrigan (Milford, Conn.) represented the Camels on the All-Tournament Team. Mahoney netted 13 points Saturday night while Harrigan reached double-digits with 10 points and four boards.
Junior Demetrius Porter (Virginia Beach, Va.) posted game-highs with 23 points and eight rebounds for the Camels. Jethro Anilus (Stamford, Conn.) chipped in with 11 points and six assists.
Connecticut College men´s basketball coach Tom Satran´s team took some positive steps forward in its opening weekend of action and is looking forward to getting back to Luce Field House for the home opener Tuesday night.
"Keene State played an outstanding game," Satran said. "They wore us down a bit at the end. We were able to battle back against two substantial runs but couldn't do it a third time. We are integrating a lot of new players and will continue very hard on improving our shot selection and man to man defense in our next practice."
The Camels ask you to support them with their Hoops for Hunger Food Drive Tuesday night. The women´s team will host Nichols College at 5:30 p.m. and the men tip-off at 7:30 against Roger Williams University.
You can bring your non-perishable food items to the game and they will be donated to the Gemma E. Moran United Way/Labor Food Center in New London.
November 20, 2010