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L.T. Davis, Rock Valley bring national championship back home - Mar 12, 2016


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LT Davis
When Rochester knotted the game up early in the second half of Saturday's NJCAA Division III national championship game, LT Davis (5'10''-PG) and the Rock Valley Golden Eagles snapped to. LT Davis drained a quick 3-pointer, forced a turnover 15 seconds later, and fed fellow guard Mo Jackson (5'9''-PG) for another 3, and RVC was off and running. The Golden Eagles didn't stop running until the clock reached zero, and they had their second D-III national title in the past three years with an 88-75 victory in Loch Sheldrake, N.Y. "I didn't let up until there was nothing left on that clock - none of us did," LT Davis said in a telephone interview. He earned the tournament MVP award two years ago when he led RVC to its first national title, and earned the honor again Saturday. "We knew it got close there, but we came together, and we shut them down. That was it." RVC (33-3), which set the school record for wins with its semifinal victory on Friday, led just 41-39 at halftime as LT Davis struggled to bring his game to life. He did in the second, however, at just the right times. LT Davis sank three of his five 3-pointers, 7-for-14 from the field and 8-for-9 from the free-throw line, adding five rebounds and three assists to the mix. Center Elijah Williams (C) added 21 points on 7-for-10 shooting from the field to go along with seven rebounds, and Kooper Glick (G) had 14 points and six boards. "We were poised, and we weren't going to let them take this away from us," said Mo Jackson (eight points), who earned a spot on the All-Tournament Team. "We pushed it down their throats at the end there, and then we brought it back home." RVC shot 56 percent (28-for-50) from the field while draining 53 percent (8-for-15) from 3-point land. Rochester (30-3), which was led by Demetrius Cady (G) with 16 points, and three others with 15, shot 45 percent (28-for-62) from the floor and 38 percent (8-for-21) from 3-point range.
Courtesy of: rrstar.com   




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