Old Dominion, Michigan State Undefeated In CABC Fall Basketball

Friday, September 20, 2013

CABC Fall League Standings

Old Dominion                    2-0

Michigan State                  2-0

North Carolina                   1-1

Chattanooga                      1-1

Duke                                     0-2

Vandy                                   0-2


Week #2 Scores

Michigan State  92

North Carolina   67

Leading Scorers:

Michigan State- Clynt Bell 17, Alex Watkins 16 pts. & 9 reb., Jeremiah Nason 16, Jermichael Poole 14, Devontae Jones 13, Tyler Byrd 10

North Carolina- Amadeo Guissani 15, Hank Norton 11, Eddie Hitchcock 10

Chattanooga                      71

Duke                                     43

Leading Scorers:

Chattanooga- Nick Moore 15, Sam Allison 14, Darius Graves 13

Duke- Jalen Smith 16

Old Dominion                    68

Vandy                                   53

Leading Scorers:

Old Dominion- Alec Rattanaxay 22, Caleb Storey 16, Preston Pickett 10

Vandy- Eric Hale 18, Josh Fikkert 10



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