Player of the Game

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Men’s Basketball: Bethany at Geneva (12-13-14)

Antonio_Rudolph_-_WebMen’s Basketball  – Bethany
#5 Antonio Rudolph
6-1 Sophomore Guard
Stat Line: 9 points, 4 steals, game winning bucket with 0.8 seconds left

With the game tied 62-62 in the waning seconds, a shot by Bethany’s Delonte’ Joyce was partially blocked by the Geneva defense. However, Antonio Rudolph caught the off-target attempt in mid air and tossed it in the cylinder with 0.8 seconds remaining to lift Bethany to a 64-62 win. Rudolph finished with nine points and a game-high four steals, but his effort in the final seconds of the game made him an easy choice as our Foster Law Offices Player of the Game.

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Women’s Basketball: Bethany at Geneva (12-13-14)

Kelsea_Daugherty_WebPortraitWomen’s Basketball  – Bethany
#4 Kelsea Daugherty
6-0 Freshman Forward
Stat Line: 21 points, 7 rebounds

Despite falling behind by seven points in the early stages of the game, this contest was dominated by Bethany as the Bison stampeded to an 84-57 win on the road. One of several new impact players for 2014-15 Bison, Daugherty scored 21 points and added seven rebounds in a dominating performance. Second chance points were frequent for the Bison thanks in large part to the seven boards by Daugherty. For her efforts, Kelsea Daugherty was named the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game by the PAC Sports Network.

Men’s Basketball: Grove City at Waynesburg (12-6-14)

Thomas EllisMen’s Basketball  – Waynesburg
#32 Thomas Ellis
6-2 Senior Wing
Stat Line: 14 points, team-high 5 rebounds

The Yellow Jackets turned a one-point game at halftime into a rout in the second half, 70-50 over Grove City, thanks to their best shooting half of the season and the play of senior wing Thomas Ellis. Waynesburg shot 68 percent in the second half (17 of 25) and Ellis chipped in with 14 points and a team-high five rebounds. Accustomed to his sixth man role, Ellis logged 18 minutes off the bench and was one of four Jackets to touch double digits.  Watch the PAC Sports Network’s postgame interview with Ellis below as he’s joined by the network’s Nick Farrell.

 

Women’s Basketball: Grove City at Waynesburg (12-6-14)

JackieStewartWomen’s Basketball  – Grove City
#10 Jackie Stewart
5-8 Sophomore Guard
Stat Line: 14 points (5 of 7), game winning jumper with 13 seconds left

Sophomore guard Jackie Stewart poured in 14 points against the Yellow Jackets, but no shot was bigger than her two-point jumper with 13 seconds left to lift Grove City to a thrilling 65-64 win on the road in Waynesburg.  The Wolverines saw a 15 point lead disintegrate in the second half and trailed by one, but Stewart’s bucket in the waning seconds provided GCC with its first conference win of the season. The PAC Sports Network talked with Stewart moments after her game winning shot. Check out the interview below with Nick Farrell and Jackie Stewart.

 

Women’s Basketball: Westminster at Chatham (12-3-14)

Megan SiegWomen’s Basketball  – Chatham
#10 Megan Sieg
5-6 Freshman Guard
Stat Line: 18 points, 1 three-pointer (3 of 5 FT)

The dual sport freshman, who was also named Second Team All-PAC for her play on the soccer field this fall, helped lift the Chatham Cougars to a 70-67 win over Westminster with 18 points. Of her scoring total, 12 came in the second half which included some important free throws down the stretch. The triumph over Westminster already gives Chatham its third win of the season, matching last year’s entire win total. Below is PACSN’s Player of the Game interview with Nate Regotti and Megan Sieg.