Game 12- Championship
UC Clermont Wins Title
Stefan Dunn (Columbus, OH) scored 24 points as University of Cincinnati Clermont beat Penn State DuBois, 81-72, in the Championship game of the USCAA National Tournament. Dunn was named MVP of the Tournament. Allen Robinson (Cincinnati, OH) was named to the All-Tournamnet team who finished with 19 points and 6 rebounds. For Penn State DuBois, Marcus Genevro (St. Marys, PA) and Jonny Songer (Emporium, PA) each had 18 points. Kevin Genevor (St. Mary's, PA) added 17 points and was named to the All-Tournament. Kyle Vogt (Emporium, PA) was also named to the All-Tournment team for Penn State. UCC ends the season at 28-10 and Penn State at 21-7.
Game 11-3rd Place Game
Hesser College Comes From Behind to Win
The Hesser College Blue Devils came from behind with 2 minutes left to beat Southern Maine Community College 77-74 and finished the Tournament in 3rd place. Harold Reynoso (Lawrence, MA) led the way with 21 points and was named to the All-Tournament Team. James Liebowitz (China, ME) led the Seawolves with 17 points and was named to the All-Tournament team. Mike Worster (Rockland, ME) added 13 points for SMCC who finished the season at 21-11.
Game 10-5th Place Game
Taylor Fort Wayne Finished in 5th place
Taylor University at Fort Wayne (IN) used a balance scoring attack to beat Penn State Beaver 74-69 and finish in 5th place of the USCAA National Tournament. The Falcons were led by Montrell Hogue (Wanye, IN) with 17 points and Rich Thomas (Houston, TX) and Ryan Howat (Francesville, IN) had 15 points apiece. Taylor finished the season at 16-15. Zach Fatchin (Aliquippa, PA) led Penn Sate Beaver with 23 points and 7 rebounds. The Lions finished the season 27-11.
Game 9-7th Place Game
St. Joe's Gets Win
Mike Donnelly scored 27 points as the St. Joseph's College (NY) beat New Hampshire Technical Institute 85-77 and finish in 7th place of the USCAA Tournament. Ervin Maddox, Mike Dziewit, and Chris Olaskiewicz all added 15 points. For NHTI, Chris Lawes (Peterborough, NH) tallied 23 points and five assists. The Bears finished the season at 21-11 and NHTI finishes at 19-10.