Monday, November 27, 2006

CofC and Cremins win their first home game against UNC-Wilmington

The Cougars won their first home game at Kresse Arena under Bobby Cremins against UNC-Wilmington 91-70. The team on the court showed the "Bah-Bee Cremins" (the crowd chanted Coach's name with 2-minutes left to the game) touch complete with fundamental outside shooting and impeccable defense. The Cougars are on a two-game win streak and are now 3-2, 0-0 in the SoCon and play the Kentucky Wildcats @ Rupp Arena on Tuesday. The game will be televised on Fox Sports South. (Photo courtesy of SoCon

From the Cougar Den:
Dontaye Draper (G) led the Cougs with 28-points, scoring 22 of his 28-points in the 2nd half. Senior Philip McCandies (C) notched his 4th career double-double (his 2nd this season) with 15-points and 15-boards. Sophomore Jermaine Johnson (F) scored a career high of 19-points and our forwards, David Lawrence and Renardo Dickerson each had 8-points 8-boards to help bring the Cougars and Coach Cremins their first victory at home.

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