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Williams 87 Hamilton 81


Williams, ranked #1 in the NCAA Notheast, held off a late Hamilton rally and prevailed, 87-81. Max Stroman hit a three-pointer to bring the Continentals within three at 84-81 and after two Ephs missed foul shots with 0:15 remaining, a three-pointer to tie by Kevin Larson rimmed out. Williams Grant Farmer clinched the game at the line with three free throws in the final 0:10. Hamilton held a 45-39 halftime, but Williams took a 70-60 lead lead with 8:44 left. A 14-4 Hamilton run ignited by Kevin Thorpe's three-pointer (VVS) brought the Continentals back into the game. Hamilton's Michael Schantz led all scorers with 27 points and 13 rebounds. Brendan McGuir and Mike Nogelo led Williams with 22 apiece. Clinton's Matt Hunt had eight points for the Ephs. Hamilton, ranked #4 in the NCAA East, drops to 8-5 and has lost four of its last five games. It was the Continentals first loss at home this season.

Williams (87) - Brendan McGuire 6-11 8-14 22, Mike Nogelo 6-11 9-1 22, Grant Farmer 4-7 1-3 12, Matt Hunt 3-7 2-2 8, Mike Humphreys 2-7 4-6 8, Mike Holland 3-7 2-2 8, Grant Farmer 3-9 0-2 7, Totals 27-57 26-39 87.

Hamilton (81) - Michael Schantz 11-20 5-7 27, Kevin Larson 7-14 3-4 21, Kevin Thorpe 5-11 5-5 17, JJ Raedts 2-8 1-6 5, Lamar Johnson 2-3 0-0 4, Jon Schmiegel 0-1 3-4 3, Max Stroman 1-4 0-2 3, Pat Mulholland 0-0 1-2 1 Totals 28-62 18-30 81.

Halftime - Hamilton, 45-39, Three-point field goals - Hamilton 7-18 (Larson 4, Thorpe 2, Stroman 1). Williams 7-15 (Farmer 3, McGuire 2, Frew 1, Nogelo 1. Technical Fouls - none. Rebounds - Hamilton 39 (Schantz 13 ), Williams 38 (Holland 9) Assists - Hamilton 15 (Stroman 6), Williams 5 (Humphreys 2).

Records: Hamilton 8-5, Williams 13-2

Attendance: 1, 293

MENS BASKETBALL REPORT: JAN. 29, 1996

Williams 87 Hamilton 81

(Clinton, NY) - Williams, ranked #1 in the NCAA Notheast, held off a late Hamilton rally and prevailed, 87-81. Max Stroman hit a three-pointer to bring the Continentals within three at 84-81 and after two Ephs missed foul shots with 0:15 remaining, a three-pointer to tie by Kevin Larson rimmed out. Williams Grant Farmer clinched the game at the line with three free throws in the final 0:10. Hamilton held a 45-39 halftime, but Williams took a 70-60 lead lead with 8:44 left. A 14-4 Hamilton run ignited by Kevin Thorpe's three-pointer (VVS) brought the Continentals back into the game. Hamilton's Michael Schantz led all scorers with 27 points and 13 rebounds. Brendan McGuir and Mike Nogelo led Williams with 22 apiece. Clinton's Matt Hunt had eight points for the Ephs. Hamilton, ranked #4 in the NCAA East, drops to 8-5 and has lost four of its last five games. It was the Continentals first loss at home this season.

Williams (87) - Brendan McGuire 6-11 8-14 22, Mike Nogelo 6-11 9-1 22, Grant Farmer 4-7 1-3 12, Matt Hunt 3-7 2-2 8, Mike Humphreys 2-7 4-6 8, Mike Holland 3-7 2-2 8, Grant Farmer 3-9 0-2 7, Totals 27-57 26-39 87.

Hamilton (81) - Michael Schantz 11-20 5-7 27, Kevin Larson 7-14 3-4 21, Kevin Thorpe 5-11 5-5 17, JJ Raedts 2-8 1-6 5, Lamar Johnson 2-3 0-0 4, Jon Schmiegel 0-1 3-4 3, Max Stroman 1-4 0-2 3, Pat Mulholland 0-0 1-2 1 Totals 28-62 18-30 81.

Halftime - Hamilton, 45-39, Three-point field goals - Hamilton 7-18 (Larson 4, Thorpe 2, Stroman 1). Williams 7-15 (Farmer 3, McGuire 2, Frew 1, Nogelo 1. Technical Fouls - none. Rebounds - Hamilton 39 (Schantz 13 ), Williams 38 (Holland 9) Assists - Hamilton 15 (Stroman 6), Williams 5 (Humphreys 2).

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