2019 Ingles Southern Conference Men’s Basketball Semi-finals

Wofford 81  ETSU 72

(Asheville, NC) – As far as shot-making goes, the coaches on both sidelines thought they had seen everything imaginable over the past four years from Wofford’s senior sharp-shooter Fletcher Magee. The Southern Conference’s Player of the Year, on the brink of NCAA history, is known for his variety of high-risk, no-look, long-range three pointers with defenders draped all over him. However to make one with the season on the line is enough to leave even the most experienced and traveled coaches shaking their heads. 

With just over eight minutes remaining in their back and forth semifinal matchup with ETSU, the Terriers watched as their ten point lead had been trimmed to four, and could feel the momentum …

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#11 Syracuse upset #3 Michigan State and Head to the Sweet 16

Little Caesars Arena looked and felt like a Michigan State home game as “Go Green! Go White!” chants boomed before tip-off.  The atmosphere was setting the stage for a fun and exciting game.  After all, Tom Izzo has made 13 Sweet Sixteen’s, 7 Final Fours, and has 1 National Championship to his name.  You would think it would be Sparty’s night, but the Orange of Syracuse would have something to say about that.

The #11 seed Syracuse is led by Jim Boeheim, who much like Izzo has an impressive resume.  In his 42 seasons on the bench, he has reached 18 Sweet Sixteen’s, 5 Final Fours, and also has won a national championship.  His style of play is to get …

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Can the Nevada Wolfpack “O” Still Roll?

Nevada Wolfpack find themselves going up against a Cincinnati Bearcat team with a defense that is as good as any. Add in that Jarron Cumberland can flat shoot the rock handling his business against Georgia State with a huge 27 points 9 of those coming from deep, and you have what some might think is a recipe for success for the 31-4 Bearcats. That is if Nevada didn’t have a lucky streak and a Stephens, Hall plus two Martins who can also shoot the fire. It’s time to find out if the O can roll, in this highly-anticipated meeting.

No surprise here, Nevada brings two Martins, Cooke, Stephens, and Caroline in their starting five while the Bearcats start Evans, Jenifer, …

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