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November 26, 2019 

Kentton Williams notches 11 points and 9 rebounds vs Paul Quinn College

Dallas, TX- Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) Men’s Basketball team wrapped up their three-game road trip on Tuesday as they traveled to Dallas, TX to take on Paul Quinn College (PQC). SAGU (6-1, 0-1) was able to defeat PQC (1-6, 0-0) by the score of 82-71.

Top Performers

  • Nyk Mason (SO/Frisco, TX) led the Lions in scoring with 21 points while teammate Josh Kashila (JR/Euless,TX) registered a double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds.
  • Kentton Williams (SR/Levelland, TX) missed out on a double-double of his own with 11 points and 9 rebounds.
  • SAGU shot 45% from the field, 25% from the three-point line and 73% from the foul line.
  • Mason, Williams, and Kashila combined for 63% of the SAGU scoring.
  • SAGU was able to add extra possessions by stacking up 10 steals.

Lion Review

  • SAGU ran out to a 7-2 start thanks to 5 points by Mason and a rebound and stick back by Kashila.
  • The margin was steady at 5 points until Noah Bowling (FR/Van Alstyne, TX) knocked down a three-pointer and Kashila followed up with a fastbreak bucket to push the margin to double-digits at 26-16 with 6:39 remaining in the first half.
  • The two teams traded baskets as the majority of the first half was played within a couple of possessions of each other.
  • PQC cut the margin to 5 (36-31) but Coach Delton Deal took a timeout with :07 left which allowed him to set up a play freeing Mitchell McMullen (SR/San Antonio, TX) to knock down a long-range shot with :01 left to give the Lions momentum going into halftime.
  • SAGU opened the 2nd half with a 10-4 run building their lead to 14 points (49-35).
  • PQU didn’t go away easily. They were able to hang around, but never cut the deficit below 7 points.
  • If there is one area SAGU can clean up it has to be free throw shooting. Over the last three games, the Lions have shot just 52% from the stripe. Tonight was a little different as SAGU converted on 14-19 (73%) including 6-8 during the last five minutes to help salt the victory away.

 

What’s Next

The Lions will play its first home game in over two weeks as it comes back to the friendly confines of the Sheaffer Center on SAGU campus. The Lions will host Sooner Athletic Conference foe Texas Wesleyan University (6-2, 0-1) on Tuesday, December 3rd at 8:00 pm.

 

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