Saturday College Scores: Saints, Clippers Stay Close, Geoducks Blown Out; Homeless Saints Fall
Riley Carel scored 22 points and Ryan Rogers added 21 but Saint Martin’s was unable to overcome a 24 point first half deficit and fell 86-79 in Riverside, California. The Saints are now 0-4 this season.
Division I Seattle University outrebounded Evergreen 68-28 and had 32 second chance points in their 100-59 win at Key Arena in Seattle. KJ Hong scored 17 points and Kwame Awadjie chipped in ten points for the Geoducks, who went just 5-for-23 from downtown and shot just 34% from the field.
SPSCC opened their season with an 88-78 loss to the Concordia University JV team at the SPSCC gym. Joseph Johnson hit seven three pointers and led the Clippers with 26 points and Austin Bonds scored 21 points and had six steals in the loss.
Montana State-Billings 3, Saint Martin’s 1 (25-18, 27-29, 25-21, 25-18) – Recap
Riddled by injuries and relegated to Capital High School for the third time in the past month because of other events taking place on their on campus home court, Saint Martin’s dropped their eighth straight match with a 3-1 loss to lowly Montana-State Billings.
Freshmen Brooke Good, Larissa Hamilton and Maddie Knect combined for 34 kills on the night and senior Cymbree Decosta, playing in her last game in the general vicinity of home, added 43 assists in the loss.