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Uploaded on Jan 9, 2012

Last Second Score Saves Chargers
Fri, Dec 30, 2011 | Women's Basketball
Six Chargers reached double figures as NAIA No. 3 Briar Cliff posted a come-from-behind, last-second 80-79 victory over No. 15 Jamestown on day two of this year's Briar Cliff Holiday Classic. The game featured 14 ties and 10 lead changes. The final lead change came on a lay-up by BC's Megan Salcedo with 0.9 seconds left in the game to put the Chargers up by one. It was the Chargers' first lead since a 64-63 advantage with 8:38 remaining in the game.
Kylie Dilla led the Chargers with a balanced performance which included 16 points, eight assists, six rebounds and three steals. Kelsey Evans chipped in 13 points, while Salcedo and Mattie Murren each tossed in a dozen. Summer Gordon finished with 11 points, while Kristen Twait registered a 10-spot. The Chargers shot 46.7 percent from the floor, including 26.3 percent (5-19) from downtown. The Chargers had 17 turnovers in the game, while they forced 20. They were outrebounded, 38-37. Evans was named the Classic's Most Outstanding Player, while Salcedo made the all-classic team.

"It was a great college basketball game in which two good teams slugged it out until the end," said Briar Cliff head coach Mike Power. "I am sure we will see Jamestown again in March at that national tournament."




Jamestown was led by Bridget Schuneman, who had a 24-point, 10-rebound double-double. Schuneman led three players in double figures as Morgan Mathison had 13 and Carly Jensen had 12. The Jimmies shot 41.1 percent from the field and 50.0 percent (9-18) from three-point land. Schuneman and Mathison were both named to the all-classic team.

With the win, the Chargers improved to 14-2 on the season, while Jamestown slipped to 14-3. The Chargers will be in action again, Monday, as they host the Defenders of Dordt in a 6 p.m. GPAC showdown.

No. 13 Jamestown Clips Briar Cliff in Overtime
Fri, Dec 30, 2011 | Men's Basketball
Briar Cliff dropped a 72-65 overtime decision to NAIA No. 13 Jamestown in its final game of this year's Holiday Classic. The Jimmies shot 49.0 percent from the field, including 58.3 percent (7-12) from downtown. Meanwhile, the Chargers struggled to shoot only 33.9 percent from the floor and 24.1 percent from beyond the arc.
The Jimmies shot a blistering 66.7 percent from the field in the first half and led 38-27 at the break. The Chargers rallied in the second, limiting the Jimmies to 32.0 percent from the field and outscoring them 35-24. Jamestown controlled the overtime and improved to 13-4 overall with the win.

Travis Burley led the Jimmies with 18 points and nine rebounds, while Davon Thomas tossed in 15 points and Brandon Robbins added 11. Burley and B.J. Mertens were named to the all-classic team for Jamestown and Jake Shipley earned the honor for Briar Cliff. Briar Cliff was led by Shipley, who knocked down 27 points. The Chargers' only other double figure scorer was Brenton Brown, who tossed in 11 points. The Chargers are now 10-6 on the season.

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