Isaiah Bailey (11 points) was one of three players for Bethune-Cookman to score in double-figures in their win over Cal Poly on Tuesday. (Source: Bethune-Cookman Athletics) (Header: Romeo Guzman – Bethune-Cookman Athletics)
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — In 2016-17, the
Bethune-Cookman Wildcats didn’t notch their fifth win until February 6th.
Fast forward to the 2017-18 season, and the Wildcats picked up their fifth win of the season on Tuesday, December 12th. To top it off, they managed to do it in front of their home crowd.
Behind a game-high 21 points from
Malik Maitland and another double-double from Shawntrez Davis, Bethune-Cookman knocked off the Cal Poly Mustangs inside the historic Moore Gymnasium.
It was the first ever trip to the state of Florida for the Mustangs being a four-year program for 73 years.
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Gary Blackston (middle) scored a game-high 27 points on Wednesday, but Prairie View A&M lost their third straight game in a 72-60 decision on the road at Hawai’i. (Source: Ben Green – Emerald) (Header: The Star Advertiser)
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Hawai’i Warriors beat the Prairie View A&M Panthers, 72-60, inside the Stan Sheriff Center late Wednesday night.
The Warriors will take the win, even though it was one of their ugliest games of the season.
As a team, the Warriors shot a ghastly 38.6% from the field, as well as 29.2% from beyond the arc.
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On December 2nd, Utah dealt Hawai’i their second loss of the season, by way of an 80-60 decision in Salt Lake City. (Source: Adam Fondren – Desert News) (Header: Adam Fondren – Desert News)
HONOLULU — The
Hawai’i Warriors fell to the Utah Utes, 80-60, late Saturday night. It was their second loss of the season.
Utah is one of only two power five schools that the Warriors will play this season. Saturday also marked the first road game of 2017-18 for the Warriors.
Both teams shot less than 45% from the floor, with Hawai’i having their worst shooting game this season, going a dismal 36.5% from the floor in the loss.
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Sheriff Drammeh received a flagrant one in the second half, halting any positive momentum had against Nevada. (Source: Star Advertiser) (Header: Nevada Athletics)
HONOLULU — On a night where the ball just wasn’t bouncing their way, the
Hawai’i Warriors fell to the Nevada Wolf Pack late Friday night, 67-54.
Only one Hawai’i player finished with double digits, and it came from guard
Brocke Stepeau off the bench. Leland Green finished with nine points, and forwards Mike Thomas and Gibson Johnson both contributed eight points, respectively.
Caleb Martin led the Wolf Pack with 22 points and six rebounds, while brother Cody Martin added 16 points, seven rebounds, and three blocks in the win.
The Warriors could never get a good lead going at all in this game, as their dismal shooting kept them from gaining any traction on the Wolf Pack. Hawai’i bricked six in a row at one point mid-way through the first half.
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Mike Thomas scored a career-high 29 points, and Hawai’i held on in the second half for the 81-78 win over North Dakota on Sunday. (Source: KHON2)
HONOLULU — The
Hawai’i Warriors staved off North Dakota, as Cortez Seales had a look at the end for the Fighting Hawks with less than a second to force overtime that fell by the wayside.
The Warriors led by as much as twenty-two in the game, and managed to close it with a 81-78 win.
Continue reading Thomas, Warriors hold off North Dakota in Stunning Fashion, 81-78
Senior forward Gibson Johnson scored 19 points to help lead Hawai’i past Arkansas-Pine Bluff to open the 2017 Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic on Friday. (Source: Hawai’i Athletics) (Header: Hawai’i Athletics)
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Hawai’i Warriors opened up their 2017-18 season with a with an 82-70 win against the Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions at the Stan Sheriff Center.
Friday’s contest was a part of the Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic.
Mike Thomas and Gibson Johnson poured in 19 points a piece, with junior forward Jack Purchase also contributing 18 of his own.
The trio of forwards combined to have a staggering sixty-eight percent of the Warriors’ points in the game.
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