CLICK HERE and you have the outstanding shot by Jaylen Gore for the Guilford College Quakers, in Guilford’s 70-69 win over Emory University, in Atlanta….
Game-ending/Game closing/Game-Winning “Shot of the Day/Night”, from Jaylen Gore, the former Northwest Guilford Viking, and coached by in high school at NWG, by Lee Reavis…
Very fun to watch, as Guilford slips in a two(Quakers moved in front, 67-66); Emory comes back with a three, to go up 69-67, and then Jaylen Gore jumps up from the floor(as time is running out), and he closes the door on a Quaker upset victory over Emory University, 70-69….
from Guilford Athletics on Twitter:
! Here are the final moments of Guilford’s 70-69 men’s basketball upset of second-ranked Emory University in Atlanta Monday. Jaylen Gore nailed the game-winner for the 21st-ranked Quakers who improve to 10-2. Emory is 10-1. #d3hoops
Here is the game report from Dave Walters, Guilford College SID:
ATLANTA – Jaylen Gore’s(Northwest Guilford High School) running three-pointer at the buzzer lifted visiting Guilford College to a 70-69 upset of second ranked and previously unbeaten Emory University Monday afternoon.
The Eagles (10-1) are ranked second in the current D3hoops.com Top 25 Poll. Guilford (10-2) are ranked 21st. Emory defeated Guilford, 89-67, in the teams’ season opener in Greensboro.
Guilford’s Tyler Dearman(Southern Guilford High School) led all scorers with 23 points. Liam Ward and Kyler Gregory both finished with 15 points for the Quakers, who trailed by nine points with 6:17 left in regulation.
Dearman made two three-pointers in the final 90 seconds, including one with 47 seconds left that brought Guilford to within 65-55. After a Ward block and Joah Logan defensive rebound at the other end, a Gregory runner in the lane put the Quakers ahead for the first time in the second half.
Emory’s Romin Williams put the Eagles ahead one last time at the other end with a three-pointer from the top of the key with three seconds left. The Quakers’ inbounded to Gore, who dribbled up the floor and a couple of steps past midcourt before letting the game-winner fly.
Guilford College Athletics