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SAGU Sports Live posts big play video

Join fans for a Send-Off on Monday morning

WAXAHACHIE, Texas  --  The growing fan base of Lion-Nation can re-view the Southwestern Assemblies of God University men's basketball team's recent post-season highlights.

SAGU Sports Live, who aired all of the team's tourney games on-line, have posted a three-minute video-clip of some of the big plays from the three games.

Included are dunks, hustle plays, three-pointers and some of Dominique Rambo's 43-point eruption in the semi-finals.

One play, which is repeated in slow motion, shows a steal at midcourt by Caleb "Hondo" Gentry. While on one knee, he connects with Jon Walter with a behind the back pass.

Walter glides in for a contested flush, much to the delight of a packed Sheaffer Center.

SSL is a part of the SAGU Sports Network, which can be accessed from the university's website under Watch SAGU TV. Color Analyst Tim Roberts and guest host Clay Scarborough are the voices describing the action.

Scarborough, a former Assistant Baseball Coach and Sports Information Director at SAGU, is now the Assistant Principal at John Tyler High School in Tyler, Texas. He filled in for regular host Rob Price.

To view the video, which is posted on the SAGU Sports Live fan page on Facebook, click here:

During last week's RRAC tourney, SAGU defeated Langston University, 87-79; rolled past Texas Wesleyan University, 98-83, before coming up short to the University of St. Thomas, 67-51. The video highlights include all three games.

SAGU remains the only college in the NAIA to broadcast their athletic events in High Definition.

SAGU, ranked no. 6 in the final Top 25 Coaches Poll, will tote a 29-4 record into next week's national Division I tournament of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).

The Lions won their first-ever regular season championship in the Red River Athletic Conference as well as finishing second in the RRAC tourney.

Head Coach Donnie Bostwick and the team have qualified for the NAIA's single-elimination, 32-team tournament. The entire venue takes place between March 13-19 inside Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Missouri.

Read on-line for daily details of the team's daily preparation, their trip to KC and the events at the tourney.

Send-Off Ceremony: Breakfast, Prayer & City Escort

Local fans can enjoy a special SEND-OFF on Monday morning, March 11. Meet in the Sheaffer Center for a continental breakfast at 7:30am.

If you cannot make the breakfast, please join with fans at 8:00am in the lobby to pray for the team and to give them a warm SAGU send-off.

The SAGU team bus will be escorted to the edge of the Waxahachie city limits by the Ellis County Sheriff’s Department.

The link to watch games via livestream is:

The cost depends on which option you choose.

Contact: Mark "Link" Warde, SAGU Sports Information Director, at or at 469-658-2847.



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