Game 1: Regina 85 – Concordia 79
(By: Cougars Sports Information)
The University of Regina's men's basketball team led at halftime and after three quarters, but couldn't hang on for the win as the Cougars lost 85-79 to Concordia on Friday night in the second game of the Graham Shootout in Saskatoon.
It was a one-possession game as late as with three minutes left in the game, but a quick 8-1 run by Concordia over the next 90 seconds - including a pair of three-point daggers by Jalel Webb - essentially put the game out of reach.
Ricardo Monge had a team-high 19 points and was one of five Concordia players to score in double figures. Ken Beaulieu scored 15 points, Webb finished with 14, Michael Fosu had 13, and Schneiders Suffrard added 12 off the bench.
Alex Igual led the Cougars in both points (18) and rebounds (9) and also added three assists, while Jonathan Tull scored 13 points and Brandon Tull chipped in with 10.
The Cougars take on the host Huskies on Saturday night, while the Stingers battle the Lancers.
Game 2: Saskatchewan 106 – Windsor 99
(By: Huskies Sports Information)
In a fast paced, offensive shootout the University of Saskatchewan Huskies toppled the University of Windsor Lancers 106-99 in the second game of Saturday action at the Graham Shootout in Saskatoon.
A back-and-forth battle saw neither team lead by more than eight in the game. The Huskies finished the night shooting 55% from the field and an impressive 48% from three-point range. The Lancers were just behind the Huskies shooting it at 47% from the floor and 40% from beyond the arc.
Saskatchewan built up its largest lead of the game at eight, with 7:08 remaining. Windsor would jump out in front 89-88 with a 9-0 run, before Saskatchewan would overtake the lead for the rest of the game.
Evan Ostertag was the leading scorer for the hosts with 22 points in the game. Sean Latham, who was just a rebound shy of a double-double on Friday night, scored 21 points and added 11 rebounds to get the double-double on Saturday.
Isiah Osborne was the leading scorer for the Lancers for the second straight game. Osborne scored 21 points and added five assists in the loss.
Saskatchewan faces the Regina Cougars on Saturday night at 7 p.m. while Windsor meets the Concordia Stingers at 5 p.m.