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Southwestern Community College beats Louisburg for NJCAA D2 championship - Mar 25, 2017


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Southwestern Community College put an exclamation mark on a dominant season with a dominant performance that won a national championship. SWCC, located in Creston, beat Louisburg College (North Carolina), 77-53, on Saturday to take the NJCAA Division II men's basketball championship in Danville, Ill. It is the second-highest winning margin since the Division II championship game began in 1986. The top-seeded Spartans (36-1) were led by Brodric Thomas (6'5''-G), who had 16 points and was named the tournament's most outstanding player. Troy Locke (6'3''-F) led Louisburg with 14 points. Louisburg took a brief two-point lead early in the game, but after that it was all Southwestern. In the second half, the Hurricanes tied the score at 35 with 14 minutes, 20 seconds left, but that's as close as they would get. Southwestern then hit a three and would never look back. The lead stayed in double digits most of the second half, rising to more than 20 points in the closing minutes. SWCC's Jordan Johnson, who had 11 points, and Lavon Hightower (6'5''-F), who had 13, were named to the all-tournament team. Coach Todd Lorensen was named NJCAA Division II coach of the year. It was the Spartans' second appearance in the national tournament and the program's first appearance in the championship game. SWCC led for nearly the entire first half, too, thanks to forcing 14 turnovers and committing just eight. The Spartans went into the break leading 31-25. Free throws helped Louisburg stay in the game as SWCC hit just 4 of 11 charity-stripe attempts in the opening 20 minutes. Hurricanes guard Mikiel Watkins led everyone with nine first-half points.
Courtesy of: desmoinesregister.com
  




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