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PUC punches ticket to National Tournament - Mar 3, 2017


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Raemond
Hubbard
For the second time in eight days, Pacific Union drained a shot with less than a second left in regulation to beat Cal Maritime, this time it was Raemond Hubbard (5'10''-SG) to netted a desperation toss to register the 71-70 win in the title game of the California Pacific Conference Championship.
The Pioneers will represent the Cal Pac at the NAIA National Tournament, which begins on March 8 at the College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, Mo.
PUC, now 17-6 on the year, have a magical run going. The third-seeded Pioneers have set school records for wins in a season and have advanced farther than any other team in school history.
The Pioneers trailed by 10 at halftime, but scored 10 unanswered to open the second half and get back into the game. The game was tied six times over the final 20 minutes, and it came down to the last possession, just as it did on Feb. 18 when Jayson Marquez (6'0''-SG) hit a three with less than a second remaining to beat CSUM by one in the regular season finale.
Hubbard led PUC with 14 points, hitting 4-of-7 from the 3-point line. Marquez had 13 points, connecting on two of his four treys. Devon Pinnock (5'10''-PG) added nine points and seven rebounds.
CSUM, which finishes the season 20-12, missed four out of six free attempts in the final 0:51 of the game, failing to seal the win. Daniel Radford (6'4''-G) led all scorers with 21 points, hitting 12-of-16 from the line. Phil Randles (6'0''-PG) finished with 18 points, and Travis Arenas (6'5''-F) added seven points and eight boards.

CalPac Tournament Final: Pacific Union - Cal Maritime 71-70
CalPac Tournament Semifinals:
Cal Maritime - Antelope Valley 84-72
Pacific Union - Benedictine-Mesa 78-75

Courtesy of CalPacAthletics   




Bob Rager
Bob Rager retiring after long career as Point Park men's basketball coach - 2 days ago
Point Park University men's basketball head coach Bob Rager has announced his retirement after a long career coaching the Pioneers. Rager was the head coach of Point Park men's basketball for 27 seasons from 1989 to 2016. This past season, the Pioneers were led by interim head coach Gabe Bubon, a long-time assistant coach for Rager. Rager retires with the most wins ever for a college basketball coach at four-year schools in the City of Pittsburgh. He compiled a career record of 381-365 (....   [read more]

Donnie
Bostwick
Donnie Bostwick Named Oklahoma Wesleyan Head Men's Basketball Coach - 12 days ago
Oklahoma Wesleyan University has named Donnie Bostwick the new head coach for the OKWU men's basketball program, announced today by Mark Molder, OKWU's Director of Athletics. After a six-year stint at Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie, Texas, Bostwick returns home to Oklahoma Wesleyan where he began his head coaching career in 2007. 'His record and accolades speak for themselves, but Donnie truly represents what OKWU and our Athletic Department are all about,' said M...   [read more]
Columbia Cougars Announce 2017-18 Recruiting Class - 18 days ago
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