Tom Ward local college basketball roundup

Posted by Andy Durham on January 14, 2010 at 2:21 pm under College | Comments are off for this article

Greensboro College Pride Women(5-8;3-5)
Leading scorer:Nikki Wilborn 20.5 ppg/Leading rebounder:Bianca Richburg 12.3 rpg
Nikki Wilborn 16th in the nation in scoring with 20.5 ppg….

Greensboro College Pride Men(7-6;4-2)
Leading scorer:Adam Powell 12.8 ppg/Leading rebounder:Walter Brady 6.5 rpg
Lewis Ownsby is 6th in the nation in blocked shots with 2.8 per game…..

Guilford College Quaker Women(8-5;5-3)
Leading scorer:Jazlyn Gibbs 10.4 ppg/Leading rebounder:Alexa Williams 8.1 rpg
The Quaker women are on a two-game winning streak…..

Guilford College Quaker Men(13-1;4-1)
Leading scorer:Tyler Sanborn 19.0 ppg/Leading rebounder Tyler Sanborn 13.6 rpg
Tyler Sanborn went over the 1,000 point mark in his career in the Quakers’ win Wednesday night at Emory and Henry…..He also has nine straight double-doubles….

Guilford Tech Titan Women(15-1;4-0)
Leading scorer:Alison Cousin 11.1 ppg/Leading rebounder Andria Walker 8.1 rpg
Second-year program is off to a tremendous (15-1) start……

Guilford Tech Titan Men(12-3)
Leading scorer:Charlon Kloof 13.7 ppg/Leading rebounder:Alex Moore 6.5 rpg
GTCC Titans are ranked 11th this week in the NJCAA Top 15 poll…….

N.C. A&T Aggie Women(8-7;3-0)
Leading scorer:Ta’Wuana Cook 15.6 ppg/Leading rebounder Lamona Smalley 6.7 rpg
Ta’Wuana Cook is #6 in the nation in field goal percentage with 49.2%…..

N.C. A&T Aggie Men(5-11;1-2)
Leading scorer:Dwane Joshua 17.1 ppg/Leading rebounder Thomas Coleman 8.2 rpg
The Aggies are 10th in the nation in 3-point field goals made with 9.1 per game…..

UNCG Spartan Women(7-9;4-4)
Leading scorer:Lakiah Hyson 11.7 ppg/Leading rebounder Lakiah Hyson 4.4 rpg
The UNCG have won 6 of their last nine games…..

UNCG Spartan Men(3-13;2-3)
Leading scorer:Ben Stywall 12.8 ppg/Leading rebounder Ben Stywall 9.4 rpg
Mikko Koivisto and Ben Stywall both went over the 1,000 point mark in their careers last week in games against Furman and Chattanooga, respectfully……

*****That’s a look at the numbers for our local colleges this week and Tom Ward was the man that initiated this study, nearly 20 years ago, through his hard work and efforts with the Greensboro Sports Commission.*****


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