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2/23 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 24, 2019 7:58 am
by Mvemjsunpx
    Men

    SAC 57-65 PSU; Marcus Graves goes 2/15 from the field
    IDA 76-85 SUU; The Vandals lose again despite getting their highest point total since early January
    EWU 86-73 NAU; The Eagles make 14 treys to NAU's 3
    MSU 83-89 UMT; The Griz hit 15 treys to clinch their 8th. 20-win season in the last 10 years



    Women

    NAU 76-81 EWU; The Eagles hit a season-high 13 threes
    PSU 75-57 SAC; The Viks get 20 wins for the first time since they won the regular-season title in 2011
    SUU 49-77 IDA; Southern Utah shoots 22% inside the arc
    WEB 57-84 ISU; Jaiamoni Welch-Coleman went 9/17, but the rest of the Wildcats went 9/37
    MSU 75-71 UMT; The Bobcats go 19/21 from the line in a hostile environment

Re: 2/23 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 24, 2019 2:56 pm
by JALMOND
Mvemjsunpx wrote:MSU 75-71 UMT; The Bobcats go 19/21 from the line in a hostile environment[/list]


Portland State doesn't think Missoula is too hostile anymore. :D :thumb:

Re: 2/23 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 24, 2019 3:08 pm
by AZGrizFan
JALMOND wrote:
Mvemjsunpx wrote:MSU 75-71 UMT; The Bobcats go 19/21 from the line in a hostile environment[/list]


Portland State doesn't think Missoula is too hostile anymore. :D :thumb:

:tothehand:

Re: 2/23 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 24, 2019 4:12 pm
by Mvemjsunpx
JALMOND wrote:
Mvemjsunpx wrote:MSU 75-71 UMT; The Bobcats go 19/21 from the line in a hostile environment[/list]


Portland State doesn't think Missoula is too hostile anymore. :D :thumb:


What about Cedar City? :coffee:

PSU 69-83 SUU; The Vikings win the boards 38-18, but lose turnovers 25-15

Re: 2/23 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 24, 2019 5:40 pm
by kalm
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
    Men

    SAC 57-65 PSU; Marcus Graves goes 2/15 from the field
    IDA 76-85 SUU; The Vandals lose again despite getting their highest point total since early January
    EWU 86-73 NAU; The Eagles make 14 treys to NAU's 3
    MSU 83-89 UMT; The Griz hit 15 treys to clinch their 8th. 20-win season in the last 10 years



    Women

    NAU 76-81 EWU; The Eagles hit a season-high 13 threes
    PSU 75-57 SAC; The Viks get 20 wins for the first time since they won the regular-season title in 2011
    SUU 49-77 IDA; Southern Utah shoots 22% inside the arc
    WEB 57-84 ISU; Jaiamoni Welch-Coleman went 9/17, but the rest of the Wildcats went 9/37
    MSU 75-71 UMT; The Bobcats go 19/21 from the line in a hostile environment


Hunt, Aiken, and Kidd played really well. If we get Davison back for the tournament I can see is winning it.

Re: 2/23 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 24, 2019 7:33 pm
by JALMOND
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
JALMOND wrote:
Portland State doesn't think Missoula is too hostile anymore. :D :thumb:


What about Cedar City? :coffee:

PSU 69-83 SUU; The Vikings win the boards 38-18, but lose turnovers 25-15


Viks can't beat the Whos down in Whoville.

Re: 2/23 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 24, 2019 8:55 pm
by Mvemjsunpx
kalm wrote:Hunt, Aiken, and Kidd played really well. If we get Davison back for the tournament I can see is winning it.


Eastern's likely to play the Bobcats in the quarterfinals, so there's an automatic win right there. :lol:

Re: 2/23 Scores

Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2019 9:52 am
by Grizalltheway
kalm wrote:
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
    Men

    SAC 57-65 PSU; Marcus Graves goes 2/15 from the field
    IDA 76-85 SUU; The Vandals lose again despite getting their highest point total since early January
    EWU 86-73 NAU; The Eagles make 14 treys to NAU's 3
    MSU 83-89 UMT; The Griz hit 15 treys to clinch their 8th. 20-win season in the last 10 years



    Women

    NAU 76-81 EWU; The Eagles hit a season-high 13 threes
    PSU 75-57 SAC; The Viks get 20 wins for the first time since they won the regular-season title in 2011
    SUU 49-77 IDA; Southern Utah shoots 22% inside the arc
    WEB 57-84 ISU; Jaiamoni Welch-Coleman went 9/17, but the rest of the Wildcats went 9/37
    MSU 75-71 UMT; The Bobcats go 19/21 from the line in a hostile environment


Hunt, Aiken, and Kidd played really well. If we get Davison back for the tournament I can see is winning it.

Oh settle down Sparky.

Re: 2/23 Scores

Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2019 10:01 am
by kalm
Grizalltheway wrote:
kalm wrote:
Hunt, Aiken, and Kidd played really well. If we get Davison back for the tournament I can see is winning it.

Oh settle down Sparky.


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Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2019 9:03 pm
by Vidav
NoCo beats Montana by 2 in Missoula. The Griz struggled mightily, the bench played like shit. I blame Alpha.

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2019 10:07 pm
by Mvemjsunpx
Vidav wrote:NoCo beats Montana by 2 in Missoula. The Griz struggled mightily, the bench played like shit. I blame Alpha.


Unusually sloppy ball handling. I didn't think the Griz would have that much trouble with a man team, either.

Oh, and Jordan Davis is a better player than Tyler Hall. The stats alone would tell you that, but Davis also attempts to play defense.

2/25 Scores

Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2019 12:45 am
by Mvemjsunpx
    Men

    UNC 74-72 UMT; The Bears win bench points 20-2



    Women

    UMT 61-79 UNC; Savannah Smith puts up a school-record 40 points

Post-Week-9 Standings

Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2019 1:00 am
by Mvemjsunpx
      Men

      1. Montana _____________13-3_____20-7_____ L1
      2. Northern Colorado___12-4_____18-9_____ W1
      3. Weber State__________10-6_____16-11____ L1
      4. Eastern Washington___9-7_____11-16____ W1
      5. Montana State ________9-7_____12-14____ L2
      6. Southern Utah ________9-8_____14-12____ W2
      7. Portland State_________8-8_____13-14____ W4
      8. Northern Arizona _____7-10_____9-18____ L1
      9. Sacramento State _____6-10____12-13____ L1
      10.Idaho State ___________5-11_____9-16____ L4
      11.Idaho _________________1-15_____4-23____ L13



      Women

      1. Idaho ________________13-3_____16-9_____ W3
      2. Idaho State __________13-4_____18-8_____ W2
      3. Northern Colorado___12-4_____17-8_____ W2
      4. Portland State________12-4_____20-5_____ W1
      5. Montana State ________9-7_____14-12____ W2
      6. Eastern Washington___8-8______9-16____ W2
      7. Montana ______________7-9_____12-13____ L2
      8. Sacramento State _____6-10____10-14____ L1
      9. Northern Arizona _____5-12_____9-17____ L2
      10.Southern Utah ________3-14_____6-20____ L7
      11.Weber State___________2-15_____5-22____ L5

POTW - Week 16

Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2019 10:24 pm
by Mvemjsunpx

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2019 9:04 pm
by Mvemjsunpx
Interesting upset tonight as Sac beats EWU in Cheney. That's EWU's first home loss since December.

2/28 Scores

Posted: Fri Mar 01, 2019 12:37 am
by Mvemjsunpx
    Men

    SAC 59-56 EWU; Marcus Graves nearly gets a triple-double with 19 points, 10 boards, and 9 assists
    PSU 67-65 IDA; The Vandals shoot 30% in the second half
    WEB 61-85 UNC; Jordan Davis scores 34 as the Bears clinch a top-2 seed



    Women

    IDA 81-68 PSU; Mikayla Ferenz breaks Natalie Doma's all-time Big Sky scoring record
    EWU 71-62 SAC; Eastern wins their 6th. straight regular-season game in Sacramento
    UNC 61-59 ISU; Savannah Smith scores the majority of her team's points for the second-straight game

Mid-Week-10 Standings

Posted: Fri Mar 01, 2019 1:01 am
by Mvemjsunpx
      Men

      1. Montana _____________13-3_____20-7_____ L1
      2. Northern Colorado___13-4_____19-9_____ W2
      3. Weber State__________10-7_____16-12____ L2
      4. Montana State ________9-7_____12-14____ L2
      5. Portland State_________9-8_____14-14____ W5
      6. Southern Utah ________9-8_____14-12____ W2
      7. Eastern Washington___9-8_____11-17____ L1
      8. Sacramento State _____7-10____13-13____ W1
      9. Northern Arizona _____7-10_____9-18____ L1
      10.Idaho State ___________5-11_____9-16____ L4
      11.Idaho _________________1-16_____4-24____ L14



      Women

      1. Idaho ________________14-3_____17-9_____ W4
      2. Northern Colorado___13-4_____18-8_____ W3
      3. Idaho State __________13-5_____18-9_____ L1
      4. Portland State________12-5_____20-6_____ L1
      5. Montana State ________9-7_____14-12____ W2
      6. Eastern Washington___9-8_____10-16____ W3
      7. Montana ______________7-9_____12-13____ L2
      8. Sacramento State _____6-11____10-15____ L2
      9. Northern Arizona _____5-12_____9-17____ L2
      10.Southern Utah ________3-14_____6-20____ L7
      11.Weber State___________2-15_____5-22____ L5

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Sat Mar 02, 2019 4:19 pm
by SuperHornet
So, are we doing the top 8 again for the BSCT, or is everyone in again?

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Sat Mar 02, 2019 5:18 pm
by Mvemjsunpx
SuperHornet wrote:So, are we doing the top 8 again for the BSCT, or is everyone in again?


Everyone's in again.

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Sat Mar 02, 2019 9:00 pm
by Vidav
Griz beat SUU. :thumb:

3/2 Scores

Posted: Sun Mar 03, 2019 3:27 am
by Mvemjsunpx
    Men

    PSU 66-68 EWU; Both teams hit a trey in the final 10 seconds after neither had hit one in nearly 8 minutes
    SAC 90-94 IDA; In the second half, Idaho shot 75% on FGs, 70% on treys, and 95% on free throws
    SUU 54-70 UMT; Sayeed Pridgett scores all 20 of his points in the second half
    NAU 73-84 MSU; Harald Frey gets 30 points, 6 boards, 6 assists, and 4 steals
    ISU 62-71 UNC; The Bears clinch back-to-back 20-win seasons for the first time as a DI team*



    Women

    EWU 57-76 PSU; Eastern's starters only score 22 points :?
    IDA 69-65 SAC; The Vandals survive, mostly thanks to their only committing 9 fouls
    UMT 56-71 SUU; Jace Henderson, who was shooting 59% coming in, starts the game 0/10 :?
    UNC 75-61 WEB; Savannah Smith cracks 30 points for the 7th. time in NoCo's last 9 games
    MSU 72-76 NAU; The 'Jacks pull the upset despite only getting 2 points from their bench



* - Keep in mind most every UNC win (if not every win) from the '10-11 season was vacated due to NCAA sanctions, leaving '09-10 as their only 20-win season prior to last year.

Re: 3/2 Scores

Posted: Sun Mar 03, 2019 4:06 pm
by SDHornet
Mvemjsunpx wrote:[list]Men


SAC 90-94 IDA; In the second half, Idaho shot 75% on FGs, 70% on treys, and 95% on free throws

Of course Katz' and Co blow a must win road game against the worst team in the BSC. :lol:


It'll be interesting to see how next year goes and if Orr wants to go in a new direction with MBB after the 20-21 season.

Also heard Bunky has 2 years left on his contract. Given that everyone returns for the Hornets on the women's side, expectations should be significantly higher next year.

Re: 3/2 Scores

Posted: Sun Mar 03, 2019 4:10 pm
by Mvemjsunpx
SDHornet wrote:
Mvemjsunpx wrote:[list]Men


SAC 90-94 IDA; In the second half, Idaho shot 75% on FGs, 70% on treys, and 95% on free throws

Of course Katz' and Co blow a must win road game against the worst team in the BSC. :lol:


It'll be interesting to see how next year goes and if Orr wants to go in a new direction with MBB after the 20-21 season.

Also heard Bunky has 2 years left on his contract. Given that everyone returns for the Hornets on the women's side, expectations should be significantly higher next year.


OK, if Harkleroad's got 2 years, he should be safe. They aren't as bad as they were last year. It'll be interesting to see if they go back to the full Westhead style next year or if they keep the more moderate approach.

If the Hornet men sweep the Montanas at home, they'll clinch a non-losing season. Would Sac really fire a MBB coach after a non-losing season, given their history?

Re: 3/2 Scores

Posted: Sun Mar 03, 2019 4:15 pm
by SDHornet
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
SDHornet wrote:Of course Katz' and Co blow a must win road game against the worst team in the BSC. :lol:


It'll be interesting to see how next year goes and if Orr wants to go in a new direction with MBB after the 20-21 season.

Also heard Bunky has 2 years left on his contract. Given that everyone returns for the Hornets on the women's side, expectations should be significantly higher next year.


OK, if Harkleroad's got 2 years, he should be safe. They aren't as bad as they were last year. It'll be interesting to see if they go back to the full Westhead style next year or if they keep the more moderate approach.

If the Hornet men sweep the Montanas at home, they'll clinch a non-losing season. Would Sac really fire a MBB coach after a non-losing season, given their history?

The WBBs issue is lack of depth. We had a couple of injuries that hurt, but the talent level really drops off a cliff when the top guns go out for a breather. I like the pace of play this season rather than the jack up a ton of shots as fast as you can in past years.

MBB will be interesting. The output under Katz has been frustrating. In most cases, the Hornets play to their opponents level for better or for worse. For every win over a Weber or UM, there is a loss tosub par/under preforming team (Idaho, ISU, NAU this year). If Katz could just win the games he should win, this team would consistently be around 500 and a middle of the road BSC program, which is more than acceptable IMO given the facilities issue.

More frustrating is constantly seeing a Katz coach team fall behind big early, and failing to hold big leads. That has been a hallmark his entire tenure. I think it really boils down to what Orr wants to do. Personally I can go either way on keeping him or not.

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2019 9:03 pm
by Vidav
Mvem, was this Rorie's worst game statistically in recent memory? It seemed like he couldn't do anything.