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Published on 1/21/2020 additional information available

NCAA Basketball: Bowie States Men''s and Women''s Results Vs St. Augustine''s Presented on US Sports Net By BPI Sports!

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BOWIE, Md. – It wasn't pretty, but Bowie State University did just enough to claim a 64-59 win over visiting Saint Augustine’s University in the A.C. Jordan Arena on Monday (1/20) evening. The win sets Bowie State’s season record at 12-8 and 4-2 in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA). 



Senior Cameron Hayes (Upper Marlboro, Md.) came off the bench to provide a team-high 15 points to lead Bowie State. Senior David Belle (Hyattsville, Md.) added 13 points while Juwan Smith (Lexington Park, Md.) along with Kani Coles (Baltimore, Md.) contributed 12 and 10 points respectively in the victory.

Saint Augustine’s (5-11 / 0-6 CIAA) was led by Jalen Gaddy (Raleigh, N.C.) with a game-high 16 points followed by Nilous Hodge (Charlotte, N.C.) and Aaron Johnson-Cash (San Francisco, Calif.) with 13 and 11 points respectively. Hodge and Johnson-Cash also pulled down double digit rebounds with 10 apiece. 

Miguel Brown scored the games’ first points of the game for Saint Augustine’s, but Bowie State answered with a 13-2 run to take a 13-4 advantage by the 15:50 mark of the first half. Bowie State maintained its lead over the next six minutes before Saint Augustine’s trim the deficit to 20-18 by the 9:07 mark. BSU’s lead grew to a game-high 16 (35-19) at the 4:53 mark only to have the Falcons close the first half with a 12-5 run and trailed the Bulldogs 36-31 at halftime.

Saint Augustine’s used a 7-4 run to start the second half and took its second lead since 2-0 at 41-40 on a Hodge 3-pointer. The lead would change hands four times over a span of three minutes until a thunderous dunk by Bowie State senior Saiquan Jamison knotted the score at 46-all.  

Jamison shifted the advantage back over to Bowie State a short time later and a Smith jumper gave the Bulldogs a little breathing room at 50-46 with 8:41 to go in the contest.

However, the Falcons would not go away as a Karaan Clemons layup followed by a ferocious dunk by Johnson-Cash knotted the score at 50-all just over a minute later.

The Bulldogs scored the next three points as Coles knocked down a pair of free throws and Belle made 1-of-2 free throws to Bowie State on top at 53-50.

Saint Augustine’s Johnson-Cash trimmed the Bowie State lead to 53-52 with 3:36 remaining in the game but that’s as close as the Falcons would get for the rest of the game.

Bowie State will be idle until returning to action on Saturday (January 25) in a pivotal conference clash on the road at Lincoln (Pa.). Game time is 4 p.m. in Manuel Rivero Hall.
 


Defense, Balanced Attack Leads Bulldog Women’s to 59-43 Win Over St. Augustine’s

BOWIE, Md. – The Bowie State women’s basketball team combined a strong defense with a balanced offensive attack to claim a 59-43 home win over Saint Augustine's University. Senior Amel Duggins (Largo, Md.) led the Bulldogs in scoring with 14 points in 23 minutes of play while fellow senior Kyaja Williams (Baltimore, Md.) fell one rebound shy of a double-double. The forward recorded 11 points and grabbed nine boards. With today’s victory, the Bulldogs moves to 16-2, (6-1 in CIAA) while the Lady Falcons dropped to 6-10 (1-5) in conference matchups.

The Bulldogs had a great effort at both ends of the court to claim the victory. Bowie State held their opponents to shooting just 27.5 percent (14-of-51). In addition to their stellar defense, causing 32 turnovers in the process, the Bulldogs big name players such as senior Dynaisha Christian (Pocomoke, Md.) and junior Talanya Hutton (Seat Pleasant, Md.) struggled from the floor today but were able to contribute in other ways. Christian had nine rebounds while Williams stole the show on defense causing six steals. Bowie State shot 32.8 percent (20-of-61) from the floor in today’s game.


Bowie State dominated the game from the very beginning and the team kicked things off with a big first quarter. The team had balanced scoring to open up the period with sophomore Chyna Butler (Syracuse, N.Y.) knocking down a jumper at 51 seconds to end the first frame with Bulldogs on top 13-7.

Williams got the home team going after a layup to commence the second, period, but St. Augustine’s Kiana Clark’s deep ball cut the Bulldogs lead to 15-10 with 8:19 remaining. From there, BSU used a 10-0 run to build its largest lead of the first half at 13 and went to the locker room up 28-15.

During the third quarter, Williams scored four quick points, added a steal and a finish at the other end to give the Bulldogs a commanding lead at 32-17. The team would later put the game out of reach after Duggins’ 3-pointer with 2:26 left to end the third stanza with Bowie State comfortably in front 43-23.

Bowie State held an impressive 28-16 advantage in points in the paint while outscoring the Falcons 26-8 in points off turnovers. 

Angela Caraballo recorded game-high scoring honors for the Lady Falcons with 10 points while Milequa Eason and Shankia Clark chipped in eight and seven points respectively.

Bowie State will return to action on Saturday (1/25) when they travel to Lincoln University of Pennsylvania for a key CIAA showdown. Tipoff is set for 2:00 p.m.



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