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December 17, 2019

Terrance Hubby scored 12 points off the bench in a win over PQC

Waxahachie, TX- Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) got back into the swing of things as they hosted Paul Quinn College (PQC) Tuesday night at the Sheaffer Center on the SAGU campus. The Lions (7-2, 0-2) last played two weeks ago, but showed no signs of rust as they dominated PQC (2-12, 1-2) by the score of 102-63.

Top Performers

  • Josh Kashila ( JR/ Euless, TX ) lead the Lions in scoring with 16 points. Three other Lions joined him in double figures. Kentton Williams ( SR/Levelland, TX ) scored 14, Terrance Hubby ( SR/Mansfield, TX ) pitched in 12 off the bench and Darian Davis ( SR/ Garland, TX ) added in 11.
  • Cortland Blake ( FR/ Fort Worth, TX ) pulled down a team-high 8 rebounds.
  • SAGU had Kashila, Davis, Dareny Sims ( SR/Cedar Hill, TX ), and Mitch McMullen ( SR/ San Antonio, TX ) all tie for the lead in assists with 4 as the Lions totaled 23 assists as a team.
  • The Lions forced 25 PQU turnovers.
  • SAGU shot 47% (37-78) from the field and 36% (11-30) from behind the arc for the game.

Lion Review

  • Davis opened the Lions scoring with a bucket down low and then cashed in from deep. Williams then matched him with five points of his own to open a 10-4 lead on the Tigers.
  • SAGU put together a 13-1 run over the next five minutes to push the lead to 23-5.
  • The Lions maintained their double-digit lead throughout the first half. A pair of three-pointers by McMullen and Kashila with a minute remaining increased the lead to 47-25.
  • The Tigers hit an early three-pointer :35 seconds into the half. They didn’t score again until there was 12:49 left in the half. SAGU blew the game open by that point 71-30.
  • SAGU led by as many as 42 points as they cruised to victory. Coach Deal had his team work through some offense and tinkered with a zone as some of his bench players got some valuable playing time.

Coach Deal on the Game

  • I thought we played well tonight. We worked hard on both ends of the floor. There are some things we could clean up, but overall I felt the guys competed hard for one another.”

What’s Next- SAGU (7-2, 0-2) will have a quick turnaround as they travel to San Antonio, TX to battle Our Lady of the Lake University (3-10, 0-4) on Thursday December 19 th at 7:00 pm.

As a leading Christian university, SAGU educates and prepares individuals who want to serve Christ and others. SAGU helps students discover and develop their God-given callings in a Spirit-empowered, learning community.

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