Player of the Game

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Men’s Championship: Waynesburg at St. Vincent (2-28-15)

Sean KettMen’s Basketball  – St. Vincent
#45 Sean Kett
6-5 Senior Guard
Stat Line: 19 points, 9 rebounds

It was a three-peat in more ways than one for Sean Kett.  For the third time this season Kett earned our Foster Law Offices Player of the game, and more importantly, he helped the Bearcats to a three-peat in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference. After a slow first half, Kett came alive in the second half and led SVC with 19 points and a game-high nine rebounds in the PAC title tilt with Waynesburg. The senior Miami, Fla. native averaged 18.7 points and 10.3 rebounds per game during the Bearcats three games during the run to this year’s PAC title. Our Dave Floyd talked with Kett following the game.


Men’s Semifinal: Thomas More at St. Vincent (2-26-15)

Sean KettMen’s Basketball  – St. Vincent
#45 Sean Kett
6-5 Senior Guard
Stat Line: 23 points, 8 rebounds

Senior Sean Kett scored early and often to lead the St. Vincent Bearcats past the Thomas More Saints in the PAC semifinals, 86-73.  Kett scored 11 of the first 13 points for the Bearcats and helped SVC to a 45-24 lead at intermission. The teams traded baskets in the second half as the Bearcats cruised to the win. Kett also collected eight rebounds in the victory over the Saints and was named the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game.  St. Vincent advances to face the Waynesburg Yellow Jackets on Saturday night at 7:30 pm and will try to become the first team to win three straight PAC titles since the W&J Presidents won four consecutive conference crowns from 1992-1995. Waynesburg is looking for its first PAC championship since 1996. The title tilt between St. Vincent and Waynesburg will be broadcast live by the PAC Sports Network.

Men’s Quarterfinal: Westminster at St. Vincent (2-24-15)

Howard_14Men’s Basketball – Saint Vincent
#5 J.C. Howard
6-2 Junior Guard
Stat Line: 24 points (10 for 10 on FT’s)

Saint Vincent trailed by as much as 15 points in the first half to eighth-seeded Westminster, but thanks in part to junior guard J.C. Howard the top-seeded Bearcats survived for an 87-79 victory in the PAC quarterfinals. Howard netted a game-high 24 points and was a perfect 10 for 10 from the free throw line, playing a key role in the Bearcats strong finish. For his efforts, Howard was named the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game.  The PAC Sports Network’s Nate Regotti chatted with Howard following the game.


Men’s Basketball: Thomas More at St. Vincent (2-21-15)

Klimchock_14Men’s Basketball – Saint Vincent
#31 Ben Klimchock
5-9 Junior Guard
Stat Line: 16 points (4 3-pointers)

Saint Vincent junior guard Ben Klimchock poured in four 3-pointers to help the Bearcats to an 81-72 victory over the Thomas More Saints.  After an 11-0 run by the Saints cut the Bearcats lead to six points in the second half, Klimchock knocked down back-to-back treys to swing the momentum back toward Saint Vincent. Klimchock finished with a team-high 16 points and was named the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game. Our Matt Koll interviewed Klimchock following the win.

Women’s Basketball: Thomas More at St. Vincent (2-21-15)

MossWomen’s Basketball – Thomas More
#40 Sydney Moss
5-10 Junior Guard/Forward
Stat Line: Game-high 40 points

Junior guard forward Sydney Moss scored a game-high 40 points to help No. 1-ranked Thomas More College women’s basketball team cap an undefeated regular season with a 91-59 win over Saint Vincent College on Saturday. With the win, the Saints complete the regular season at 25-0 overall and 18-0 in the PAC. The undefeated regular season is the fourth in program history and second-straight. Thomas More has won 71 regular season games dating back to an overtime loss to Calvin College on November 23, 2012. Saturday’s victory over the Bearcats was the 64th straight PAC regular season win and Moss was a key figure with her 40-point performance, earning her Foster Law Offices Player of the Game honors.  The PAC Sports Network’s Matt Koll spoke with Moss following the game.  Watch the interview below.