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Men’s Basketball: Geneva at Thiel (1-24-15)

Clandell CetouteMen’s Basketball  – Thiel
#23 Clandell Cetoute
6-8 Freshman Forward
Stat Line: 15 points, 6 rebounds

Following a shoulder injury to Thiel’s leading rebounder, senior Eric Mallinger, at Grove City, Tomcats head coach Tim Loomis said his freshmen forwards would need to step up.  Freshman forward Clandell Cetoute answered the call against Geneva, producing 15 points and six rebounds in a 69-58 home victory. Cetoute was a perfect 7 for 7 from the field, collected two blocks on defense, and added one emphatic slam dunk.  The PAC Sports Network selected Cetoute as the Player of the Game.  Carson Fox caught up with Cetoute following the game.

 

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Women’s Basketball: Geneva at Thiel (1-24-15)

DiFalcoWomen’s Basketball – Thiel
#13 Erin DiFalco
5-9 Sophomore Forward
Stat Line: 18 points, (6 of 11 on 3-pointers)

Thiel trailed by as much as 41-28 early in the second half but used a 21-2 run to earn a 66-58 come-from-behind victory over the Geneva Golden Tornadoes.  Sophomore forward Erin DiFalco was a key contributor in the rally, pouring in six 3-pointers for an 18 point performance. DiFalco’s outside shooting opened up the inside game for junior forward Jaclyn Watkins who scored a game-high 20 points.  For her efforts, DiFalco was chosen as the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game by the PAC Sports Network.  Watch our post game interview with Erin DiFalco below.

Men’s Basketball: St. Vincent at Thomas More (1-17-15)

Sean KettMen’s Basketball  – St. Vincent
#45 Sean Kett
6-5 Senior Guard
Stat Line: 10 points, 9 rebounds

In a rematch of the PAC Championship Game from the last two seasons, the two-time reigning champion St. Vincent Bearcats again came out on top in an 81-67 triumph over the Thomas More Saints. It wasn’t flashy, but the Bearcats systematically took control of the game with six players tallying double figures.  Amongst those in double digits was the team’s lone senior, Sean Kett, who fell just shy of a double-double with 10 points and nine rebounds.  Kett once again proved to be a reliable source of production and leadership and was named our Foster Law Offices Player of the Game.  The PAC Sports Network’s Nate Regotti chatted with Kett about the victory following the game.

Women’s Basketball: St. Vincent at Thomas More (1-17-15)

Abby OwingsWomen’s Basketball – Thomas More
#11 Abby Owings
5-2 Freshman Guard
Stat Line: 18 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals

Everyone in the nation knows about the talents of Thomas More junior Sydney Moss, the reigning National Player of the Year.  Basketball fans in the PAC also need to acquaint themselves with Thomas More freshman guard Abby Owings. The 5-2 Owings helped lead a second half comeback against the St. Vincent Bearcats for 75-58 victory at the Connor Convocation Center.  Owings scored 18 points, 15 in the second half, as the Saints rallied from a 12-point deficit for an important PAC victory. Owings also terrorized St. Vincent with her quickness, corralling six rebounds and four steals. The win keeps the No. 2 ranked Saints undefeated at 15-0 (8-0). PACSN’s Nate Regotti talked with our Player of the Game, Abby Owings, after the contest.

Men’s Basketball: W&J at St. Vincent (1-14-15)

Jones_14Men’s Basketball  – St. Vincent
#4 Pat Jones
6-3 Junior Guard
Stat Line: Team-high 15 pts, (3 of 6 on 3-pointers)

Ten different players scored points for the Bearcats and junior guard Pat Jones led the team with 15 points as St. Vincent cruised to an 87-51 win over W&J. Jones added three treys from the outside against the Presidents. The win keeps St. Vincent perfect at home (7-0), and in conference play (6-0), this season. The two-time reigning champion Bearcats will next travel to Kentucky for a PAC championship rematch against Thomas More. The game will be broadcast live on the PAC Sports Network. PACSN’s Nate Regotti talked with our Player of the Game, Pat Jones, after Wednesday night’s win over W&J.