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Top Sleeper in C-USA Austin Ajukwa looks to lead team vs WKU - Feb 22, 2017


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Jon Davis recorded his 12th 20-point scoring game of the season but the Charlotte 49ers (11-14, C-USA: 5-9) fell to Old Dominion (16-10, C-USA: 9-5), 72-48, on the road.

Davis led all scorers with 26 points with 19 of them coming in the second half. Austin Ajukwa recorded his 10th double-figure scoring game with 12 points. Charlotte was 12-for-13 from the free throw line.

Austin Ajukwa looks promising as a future NBA Prospect with his ability to Create of the dribble and knock down the Jumper and lock down wing defender. Look forward to see Ajukwa be used to his ability for UNC-Charlotte.

Old Dominion has three players in double-figures led by Ahmad Caver and Zoran Talley with 17 points apiece.

With Old Dominion leading 6-2, the 49ers connected on three straights three-point field goals by White, Davis and Braxton Ogbueze to take an 11-7 lead with 15:31 on the clock.

Old Dominion scored five straight points regaining the lead. Then, Ajukwa was fouled shooting a three and he went to line and made all three free throws helping the 49ers regain the lead 14-12 with 12:38 left in the first half.

Old Dominion scored six straight points regaining the lead. Charlotte scored four straight points tying the score at 18 with just over eight minutes left in the first half. Then, Old Dominion scored seven straight points taking a 25-18 lead with 7:10 on the clock. A three by Ajukwa and a basket by White cut Old Dominion's lead to 25-23 with 5:08 left in the first half. However, Old Dominion scored seven of the first half's final nine points taking a 32-25 halftime lead.

Four minutes into the second half, Old Dominion had pushed their lead to 38-27. Then, the 49ers behind the scoring of Davis and Ajukwa went on an 11-2 run over the next two minutes cutting Old Dominion's lead to 40-38 when Ajukwa knocked down two free throws with 13:08 left in the second half.

Then, Old Dominion went on an 8-0 run over the next two and half minutes pushing their lead back 48-38 with just over 10 and half minutes left in the second half.
The 49ers answered the ODU run with an 8-2 run over the next four minutes cutting Old Dominion's lead to 50-46 when Davis knocked down two free throws with 6:58 left in regulation. However that would be as close as the 49ers would get the rest of the way.

Charlotte returns to Halton Arena to play WKU, Thursday, February 23 at 7 p.m.   




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Joey Flannery (6'5''-G, agency: Duran International) will be a BEHAPPY2 - CB Myrtia player next season, according to laopiniondemurcia.es. Myrtia is competing in the Spanish third-tier league LEB Plata after earning promotion from EBA last spring. Flannery had a stellar career at Babson College, and was named 2017 NABC and D3hoops.com NCAA Division III Player of the Year after winning the NCAA Division III national championship with the Beavers. He averaged 23.4 points, 7.1 rebounds and...   [read more]

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