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Men’s college basketball roundup |

Men’s college basketball roundup

The Tribune-Review
| Sunday, December 30, 2001 12:00 a.m

Rick Giordano sank nine free throws on nine attempts and scored 22 points to lead Westminster (6-5) to a 92-78 victory over Concordia, Ill., in the consolation game of the Papa John’s/Hampton Inn Tournament.

Andy Podbielski scored 17 points while Greg Foster grabbed 13 rebounds and scored 16 points. Ryan Oman scored 13 points and Mike Hill 11.

Michael Kuderer made six of his seven 3-pointers and scored 24 points to lead Concordia (3-6). Ed Bendoraitis added 18 points and Cornell Hempill 17.

  • Assumption 70, West Chester 60 All-tournament team member John Phillips scored a game-high 20 points to lead West Chester (5-5) to victory in the championship game of the Courtyard Classic.

    Ramzee Stanton knocked down seven of his 13 free-throw attempts, and Donnell Butler scored 12 points.

  • Bridgeport 68, St. Vincent 64 Brian Evans scored 16 points and Brendon Boyce 13. Akil Moody and Brett Kindleman each netted 12 apiece, and T.J. Newman 10 to lift Bridgeport (5-3) to victory in the consolation game of the Courtyard Classic. All-tournament team member Dartona Washam scored 30 points for St. Vincent (6-5) and Ananius Jackson added 10.

  • California, Pa. 74, Franklin Pierce 69 Ishmieal Kamara scored 30 points, including 4 of 6 on 3-pointers and 10 of 14 from the free-throw line, to lead host California (10-1) in the championship game of Holiday Inn/Food for the Hungry tournament.

    Gerrmar Ballard and Tom Frederick added 10 points each. Grabbing 10 rebounds and scoring 18 points, Kevin Scott led Franklin Pierce (5-5), with Derek Rodgerson scoring 15, V.J. Kwity 13 and Tom Waterman 12.

  • Geneva 85, La Roche 56 Jerome Moss scored a career-high 29 points on 10-17 shooting to lead the Golden Tornadoes (8-5) to victory. Jeremiah Carlson added 12 points. Jabari Mathews scored 16 points and Marcess Williams 15 to lead La Roche (2-7).

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