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UMass Falls To No. 19 Indiana, 84-71
Raheim Lamb pours in 17 points for the Minutemen in the first round of the Maui Invitational.
By Jim O'Connell, Associated Press Basketball Writer, 11/25/2002

LAHAINA, Hawaii - Tom Coverdale scored 20 points and George Leach added career highs of 19 points and 16 rebounds as No. 19 Indiana beat Massachusetts 84-71 Monday in the opening round of the Maui Invitational.

The Hoosiers (1-0) were playing for the first time since losing to Maryland in last season's NCAA championship game and they looked like they hadn't missed a beat except for some shooting woes over the final eight minutes.

Indiana advanced to Tuesday's semifinals against either Utah or No. 20 Gonzaga.

The Hoosiers set a school record with 270 3-pointers last season and they had nine in the first half in taking a 50-40 lead over the Minutemen (0-1).

Leach, a 6-foot-11 junior, was dominant inside for Indiana as he missed doubling his previous career high by just one point. His second career double-double easily outdid his first, when he had 10 points and 10 rebounds last season against Miami.

Raheim Lamb had 17 points and 12 rebounds for Massachusetts, while Marcus Cox, a transfer from Connecticut, had 14 points.

Jeff Newton's rebound dunk of a missed shot by Coverdale gave Indiana a 72-54 lead with 7:57 to play. The Hoosiers then went 5:07 without a field goal, including five missed shots on one possession, and had just one basket the rest of the game.

The Minutemen weren't able to take advantage of the shooting slump, never getting closer than 12 points the rest of the way.

Coverdale had six assists for Indiana, which finished 12-for-26 from 3-point range and outrebounded Massachusetts 51-36.

This is Indiana's third appearance in the Maui Invitational. The Hoosiers lost in the championship game in 1990 and 1998, both times to Syracuse.

Player of the Game
11/25 Indiana
Anderson (1) 4%
Brand (2) 7%
Cox (1) 4%
Lamb (20) 71%
Lasme (1) 4%
Lee (0) 0%
Martin (0) 0%
Rogers (1) 4%
Viggiano (2) 7%

Total Votes: 28





UMass in too deep: Falls to IU in Maui opener
By Matt Vautour, The Boston Herald Correspondent, 11/26/2002

LAHAINA, Hawaii - The Maui Invitational's extended 3-point line didn't bother Indiana. The 19th-ranked Hoosiers hit 12 long-range shots as they defeated UMass, 84-71, in the tournament's opening round last night at the Lahaina Civic Center.

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Gabe Lee gets trapped in a double-team down low.
Six different Hoosiers made 3-pointers from the experimental 20-foot, 6-inch distance, many of them while being guarded tightly.

``A whole lot of them weren't open,'' UMass coach Steve Lappas said. ``They made some tough shots. For the most part we were all over them.''

Said Indiana coach Mike Davis: ``I think we have four guys in our starting lineup that can make 3-point shots. There may not be another team in the country that has four guys in their lineup that can make 3-pointers.''

The loss drops the Minutemen into the tournament's losers bracket. Today, they'll take on Utah, which lost to No. 21 Gonzaga, 71-52, last night.

``Indiana played a tremendous game,'' Lappas said. ``They're a great team, national runner-up. We're trying to build from scratch. That team is already there and we're not. We did some good things that I'm happy with, and we made some mistakes, which I could have figured we were going to do.''

With his teammates bombing away from outside, Indiana center George Leach had room to work inside. He led the Hoosiers with 19 points, 16 rebounds and four blocked shots. Tom Coverdale, who hit four 3-pointers, added 20 points and six assists.

Raheim Lamb was a bright spot for the Minutemen. The junior forward had his first career double-double with 17 points and a career-high 12 rebounds.

Senior big man Micah Brand, who hadn't practiced much prior to the tournament due to a sprained ankle, scored 13 in the first half but played just nine second-half minutes and didn't score.

``He ran out of gas,'' Lappas said. ``He hasn't really practiced in two weeks.''

Marcus Cox added 14 points and Jackie Rogers had 12 for UMass.

Leading by 10 at halftime, Indiana's interior play sparked the Hoosiers. They outrebounded the Minutemen, 31-15, in the second half, limiting UMass to just five offensive rebounds. Jeff Newton, who was limited by foul trouble to three points in two minutes in the first half, bounced back with eight points and eight rebounds after intermission.

UMass had a 13-10 advantage at the first TV timeout. But out of the break Leach converted a three-point play sparking a 12-3 Hoosiers run that gave IU a 22-16 lead. The Minutemen were forced to play catch-up the rest of the way.

After Indiana extended its lead to 14, UMass played its best stretch of basketball on a 19-9 run capped by an open 3-pointer by Brand.

But the Hoosiers scored the final six points of the half to bring their lead to 50-40 at intermission.


INDIANA 84, UMASS 71
UMass falls flat in opener
Leach leads Hoosiers at Maui International
By Pat Bigold, The Boston Globe Correspondent, 11/26/2002

LAHAINA, Hawaii - Raheim Lamb had a career game for the University of Massachusetts but it wasn't nearly enough to stop the Indiana Hoosiers in yesterday's season opener at the Maui Invitational.

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Anthony Anderson gets called for hacking Kyle Hornsby.
The 2002 NCAA runners-up put five players in double figures to beat the Minutemen, 84-71, and bounce them to the tournament's consolation bracket.

Playing before a capacity crowd in the Lahaina Civic Center that included 500 red-shirted Hoosier fans, No. 19 Indiana hit 60 percent (9 for 15) of its 3-point attempts to take a 50-40 halftime lead.

Cooling off from downtown in the second half, the Big Ten co-champions took complete control of the glass, out-rebounding the Minutemen, 31-15, over the final 20 minutes.

Lamb, a 6-foot-6-inch junior forward from Boston, led four Minutemen in double figures with 17 points and 12 rebounds, the first double-double of his career.

''Last year most of his good games were shooting 12- and 15-foot jump shots and getting offensive rebounds,'' said second-year UMass coach Steve Lappas. ''Tonight he did those things and he took the ball to the basket. His main goal was to become a better ballhandler and he's worked hard at that.''

But unheralded Indiana junior center George Leach also had a career night with 19 points (13 in the first half), a game-high 16 rebounds, and 4 blocks.

''Heck, he doesn't get that many rebounds in a week of practice,'' said Hoosier coach Mike Davis with a laugh. ''He played his best basketball as a Hoosier.''

For the game, Indiana outrebounded UMass, 51-36.

Lappas thought Leach capitalized on a lot of UMass errors.

''He's a good player but he was the recipient of a lot of breakdowns,'' Lappas said.

But Davis wasn't happy that UMass was able to cause 19 Hoosier turnovers.

Hoosier senior guard Tom Coverdale led all scorers with 20 points, including four 3-pointers - all in the first half.

Indiana, which set school and Big Ten records with 270 3-pointers last season, nailed 12 triples yesterday.

''Not a whole lot of them were open,'' said Lappas.

''For the most part we were all over them. They made tough threes.''

A major reason for UMass's poor showing was the fact that junior guard Anthony Anderson, the former Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year, was held to a single basket. Anderson's 1-for-9 performance from the floor was an 0-for-6 effort from beyond the arc.

Marcus Cox, a transfer from Connecticut, had 14 points for the Minutemen.

The Minutemen, who were 13-16 last season, are in their first Maui Invitational since 1996 when they went 1-2 on the Valley Isle under Bruiser Flint.

UMass's last successful tournament in the 50th State was in 1995 when the then-No. 1 Minutemen swept the Rainbow Classic in Honolulu under John Calipari.


UMass overmatched by Hoosiers
By Matt Vautour, Daily Hampshire Gazette Staff Writer, 11/26/2002

LAHAINA, Hawaii - The Maui Invitational's extended 3-point line didn't bother Indiana. The 19th-ranked Hoosiers hit 12 from long range as they defeated the University of Massachusetts, 84-71, in both teams' season-opener at the Lahaina Civic Center.

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Newton flushes one down over Michael Lasme.
Six Hoosiers made 3-pointers from the experimental 20-foot, 6-inch distance, many of them while being guarded tightly.

"A whole lot of them weren't open," UMass coach Steve Lappas said. "They made some tough shots. For the most part, we were all over them."

"I think we have four guys in our starting lineup that can make 3-point shots," Indiana coach Mike Davis said. "There may not be another team in the country that has four guys in their lineup that can make 3-pointers."

The loss drops the Minutemen into the tournament's loser's bracket. They'll take on Utah, which fell to No. 20 Gonzaga, 71-52.

"Indiana played a tremendous game," Lappas said. "They're a great team, national runner-up. We're trying to build from scratch. That team is already there and we're not. It's a different stage that we're at and they're at. We did some good things that I'm happy with and we made some mistakes, which I could have figured we were going to do."

With his teammates bombing away from outside, IU center George Leach had room to work inside. He led the Hoosiers with 19 points, 16 rebounds and four blocked shots. Coverdale, who authored four of the 3-pointers, added 20 points and six assists.

Raheim Lamb was a bright spot for the Minutemen. The junior forward had his first career double-double with 17 points and a career-high 12 rebounds.

"I think that was the best game of his career," Lappas said. "He did a lot of different things."

Senior big man Micah Brand, who hadn't practiced much prior to the tournament because of a sprained ankle, scored 13 in the first half, but he played just nine second-half minutes and didn't score.

"He played good in the first half, but in the second half he died," Lappas said. "He hasn't practiced much in two weeks. He ran out of gas in the second half."

Marcus Cox added 14 and Jackie Rogers had 12.

Leading by 10 at halftime, Indiana's interior play sparked the Hoosiers. They outrebounded the Minutemen, 31-15, in the second half, limiting UMass to just five offensive rebounds. Jeff Newton, who was limited by foul trouble to three points in two minutes in the first half, bounced back with eight points and eight rebounds after intermission.

UMass led early and two Cox free throws gave the Minutemen a 13-10 advantage at the first TV timeout. But after the break, Leach converted a 3-point play, sparking a 12-3 Hoosier run that gave IU a 22-16 lead. The Minutemen were forced to play catch-up the rest of the way. After Indiana extended its lead to 14, UMass played its best stretch of basketball on a 19-9 run, capped by an open 3-pointer by Brand. The Hoosiers scored the final six points of the half to bring their lead to 50-40 at intermission.

UMass got within seven early in the second half, but the Hoosiers scored the next five points and their lead remained in double-figures the rest of the way.

UMass junior point guard Anthony Anderson struggled as Coverdale dominated the point-guard matchup. Anderson didn't score for the first 34:50 of the game and shot just 1-for-9 in the game.

"I think we did a good job on Anthony Anderson today," Davis said. "He was the rookie of the year in their conference and we held him to 1-for-9 shooting."

"I was getting open shots. They just weren't falling. It happens some times," Anderson said. "I'll just shake it off and come back (today)."

Matt Vautour can be reached at mvautour@gazettenet.com.


Indiana 84, Mass. 71
Leach patrols middle for IU
He scores 19 points and grabs 16 rebounds in Hoosiers' victory to open season.
By Terry Hutchens, The Indianapolis Star, 11/26/2002

LAHAINA, Hawaii -- George Leach let his game do the talking Monday afternoon in the opening round of the EA Sports Maui Invitational.

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Marcus Cox gets blocked by George Leach.
The 6-11 junior center had career highs of 19 points and 16 rebounds to lead No. 19 Indiana to an 84-71 victory over Massachusetts before a partisan IU crowd of 2,500 in the Lahaina Civic Center.

He declined all interview requests, saying he didn't feel comfortable talking about his accomplishments.

His teammates didn't have the same problem.

Senior guard Tom Coverdale, who led all scorers with 20 points in the season-opening victory, said Leach was the key. But he cautioned against jumping to conclusions about the significance of the performance.

"If George plays like that, we're going to be a very good basketball team," Coverdale said. "But we all saw this in the first game of the season last year against Charlotte, too. The big thing for George will be to put a few games together."

Last season, Leach had eight points, seven rebounds and four blocked shots in IU's season-opening 65-61 victory at Charlotte. In the next five games, he scored a total of 15 points.

This time his accomplishment, however, couldn't have come at a better time. Indiana, playing in its first game since finishing as the national runner-up to Maryland a year ago, had serious frontcourt question marks coming into this season.

For one game, Leach's play provided the answer IU fans were looking for.

Frontcourt mate Jeff Newton, who scored 14 points and added eight rebounds, said it was good to see his friend come out with that kind of effort.

"That's the way we know George can play," Newton said. "When he plays like that, it just opens things up for everyone else."

Leach hit 9-of-13 shots from the field, including four dunks. He also had a rebound basket followed by a free throw.

His other four field goals were on shots of 15, 10, 8 and 6 feet. The 8-footer was a jump hook that put IU on top 66-51 with 9:47 to play.

He also came up big defensively with four of IU's eight blocks. Freshman Bracey Wright, who added 11 points, also had three blocked shots.

Leach's previous career scoring high was 10 points last season at Miami. That was also the only time in his career he reached double figures in points. He passed that total with a dunk at the 6:54 mark of the first half.

And IU needed Leach's inside presence in the first half, in particular. Massachusetts pounded the ball inside in the first half.

Indiana's frontcourt got into foul trouble in the first half. Leach and Sean Kline both had three fouls at halftime, Leach picking up his third with 52.5 seconds to play.

Newton, A.J. Moye and Mike Roberts all had two first-half fouls.

Newton picked up his second with 17:40 to play in the half and sat out until the second half.

"Jeff went out after two minutes and George really stepped up," said IU coach Mike Davis. "He had 19 points and 16 rebounds. He hasn't gotten 16 rebounds in a week of practice."

Leach had 13 points and seven rebounds in the first half.

With IU's big men in foul trouble, the Hoosiers got the lift they needed from a familiar area -- the 3-point shot. Even with the experimental rules moving the 3-point shot back 9 inches, IU hit 9-of-15 in the first half, 12-of-26 for the game.

Conversely, Massachusetts made just 2-of-18 3-point shots.

Indiana led 35-21 following a 3-pointer by Donald Perry at the 8:58 mark.

The Minutemen closed the gap to 44-40 with 2:29 to play, before the Hoosiers scored the final six points of the half to lead 50-40. Coverdale hit a 3-pointer to make it 48-40, and Moye followed in a missed Coverdale shot with 0.7 seconds remaining to put IU up by 10.

Indiana's second game is against the Gonzaga, a 71-52 winner over Utah Monday night.


IU wins in 1st round, but has work left to do
Hoosiers vanquish Massachusetts 84-71, but log 19 turnovers, only 3 steals in Maui.
By Terry Hutchens, The Indianapolis Star, 11/26/2002

LAHAINA, Hawaii -- Indiana University coach Mike Davis and assistant John Treloar both said they were happy to get the first game behind them Monday, but also acknowledged there was a lot to work on.

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A.J. Moye gets pumped after the and-one call.
"A lot to work on," Treloar said, emphasizing the words 'A lot,' following IU's 84-71 victory over Massachusetts in the first round of the EA Sports Maui Invitational. "But the first one is always tough and that was a pretty good basketball team we played."

The postgame statistics sheet was a mixed bag for the IU coaching staff.

Indiana outrebounded Massachusetts 51-36, including 18-12 on the offensive end. Indiana averaged 35.2 rebounds per game last year en route to a runner-up finish to Maryland for the NCAA championship. The season high for rebounds in a game last year was 49 against Alaska-Anchorage.

The Hoosiers also had five players score in double figures. That only happened three times in 37 games last year.

But there was also some cause for concern. IU turned the ball over 19 times and only had three steals.

"I thought we played too fast offensively," Davis said. "That's not our pace that we want to play. I want to push the basketball up the court but I want to push it up with the pass and not with the dribble. And today I thought when we got ourselves in trouble, we pushed it up with the dribble."

And senior guard Tom Coverdale, who led all scorers with 20 points, hit 5-of-20 shots from the field.

"I don't know if I've ever shot 20 shots in a game in my life," Coverdale said, almost surprised as the number on the stats sheet.

And, added Davis with a smile: "Hopefully it's the last time."

Newton hits two 3-pointers

In his first three seasons at Indiana, Jeff Newton had attempted three 3-point field goals, hitting two.

One of the made 3's was a desperation attempt to beat the shot clock against Michigan at Assembly Hall his freshman year. The other was in a home game against Iowa last season.

Monday, Newton put up a pair of 3-point attempts and hit both. The first gave IU a 7-3 lead at the 18:16 mark, and the other gave the Hoosiers their largest lead of the game at 69-51 with 8:49 to play.

When asked about it, Newton just shrugged his shoulders.

"I spent a lot of time this summer in the gym and some of that was working on my outside shot," he said. "When you shoot that many shots, it's good to see your work pay off."

Notes

IU has now won seven of its last nine season openers, and is 3-1 in Maui Invitational opening games. . . . Kyle Hornsby suffered a bruised shoulder but is expected to start today.


Hoosiers not satisfied with defensive effort
By Terry Hutchens, The Indianapolis Star, 11/26/2002

LAHAINA, Hawaii -- Kyle Hornsby was asked what were the keys to Indiana University’s solid defensive performance in an 84-71 victory over Massachusetts during the first round of the EA Sports Maui Invitational.

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Micah Brand kicks the ball away from Jeff Newton.
Hornsby responded with a look of surprise, then said, “To tell you the truth, I didn’t think we played very good defense today,’’ Hornsby said. “There were points in the game, stretches of a couple of minutes, where we played really good defense. That’s how we need to play defense the whole game. “But they scored 71 points. And that’s not good defense. Last year’s team, I think, would have held this team to 50 or 60 points.

“It’s just not acceptable.’’

Last season, IU opponents scored 70 points or fewer in 31 out of 37 games. In the NCAA tournament, the only team to score more than 71 was Duke in IU’s 74-73 victory. The other five opponents averaged 64 points per game.

“We pride ourselves on our defense and I didn’t think it was all that good today either,’’ said IU senior guard Tom Coverdale. “But it was just the first game, and we’ll get better.’’

Twelve made 3’s

IU picked up right where it left off in both the exhibition season and the end of last year’s NCAA tournament run by making 12 3-pointers against the Minutemen. IU hit 31-of-59 in two exhibition games.

In the NCAA title game against Maryland last year, IU hit 10. In the Elite Eight game against Kent State, the Hoosiers knocked down 15-of-19.

Six different IU players joined in the hit parade against Massachusetts. Tom Coverdale made four, while Bracey Wright, Jeff Newton and Kyle Hornsby made two each. Both Donald Perry and A.J. Moye each had one 3-point field goal.

Free throw shooting problems

Indiana made 16-of-25 free throws for 64 percent against Massachusetts.

The Minutemen were one worse at 15-of-25. In the second half, UMass made just 3-of-9 free throws. The Hoosiers were 11-of-16 in the final 20 minutes.

Indiana’s struggles were most apparent in the first half when the Hoosiers were trying to build on a 14-point lead. IU had three one-and-one free throw opportunities and missed on the front end of all three.

Eventually, Massachusetts would take advantage of the poor shooting and get to within four points at 44-40 with 2:29 to play in the half. Last year, IU shot 69.4 percent from the line for the year, including 69.7 percent in Big Ten play.

Kyle Hornsby (2-for-2) and Tom Coverdale (6-for-8) combined to go 8-for-10 for the Hoosiers.

Coverdale talks about rankings

IU senior guard Tom Coverdale doesn’t normally pay much attention to where the Hoosiers are ranked in the polls. His thought is the final poll is the only one that really counts.

But he had admitted Monday that a recent poll in Sports Illustrated magazine definitely caught his eyes. In it, the Hoosiers were ranked 37th in the nation.

“That one really surprised us all, but we all just laughed about it,’’ Coverdale said. “I just think a lot of people out there didn’t respect the way we came on last year. They didn’t know how good our defense was and they just thought the whole thing was a fluke. We’re out this year to prove that it wasn’t.’’

Coverdale knows this season won’t be easy in that regard. “We can’t sneak up on anybody anymore,’’ Coverdale said. “We know we’re going to get everybody’s best shot and we’ve got to be ready for that.’’

Radio troubles

The Learfield Sports broadcasting team of Don Fischer, Todd Leary and Joe Smith had their problems Monday upon arriving at the Lahaina Civic Center.

Because of problems with the broadcast lines, the radio broadcast was done by Fischer and Leary speaking directly into telephones. Later, a Massachusetts player dove onto the press table where Fischer was broadcasting and knocked over a bottle of water all over Fischer’s notes. “It was one of those days,’’ Fischer said.

Notable

IU is now 6-4 all-time in the Maui Invitational. The Hoosiers went 2-1 in 1990, losing to Syracuse in the championship game. In 1994, IU went 1-2, losing to Utah in the opener. In 1998, the Hoosiers again made it to the championship game, going 2-1, with a loss to Syracuse in the championship. … The 51 rebounds by IU was the most since 53 against Penn State January 17, 2001. … Leach’s 16 rebounds were three short of tying the tournament record. Arizona's Michael Wright (2000) and Kansas’ Nick Collison (2001) hold the record at 19.


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Massachusetts Minutemen 71
Indiana Hoosiers (#19) 84
Maui Invitational, First Round
at the Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Maui, HI

Official Basketball Box Score
Massachusetts vs Indiana
11/25/02  5:00 p.m. at Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawaii
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VISITORS: Massachusetts 0-1
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
02 ROGERS,Jackie....... f  5-10   0-0    2-6    0  2  2   3  12  1  2  0  1  21
34 LAMB,Raheim......... f  6-7    0-0    5-6    5  7 12   2  17  1  0  1  2  30
40 BRAND,Micah......... c  6-12   1-3    0-3    1  3  4   3  13  1  1  0  1  26
12 ANDERSON,Anthony.... g  1-9    0-6    0-1    0  6  6   3   2  2  2  1  2  34
50 COX,Marcus.......... g  5-10   0-3    4-5    2  2  4   2  14  1  1  0  1  29
00 MARTIN,Brennan......    0-1    0-1    0-0    0  0  0   2   0  0  0  1  1  12
01 LASME,Michael.......    3-10   1-3    0-0    0  3  3   4   7  1  2  0  3  24
04 LEE,Gabe............    1-5    0-0    0-0    1  0  1   2   2  0  0  0  0  13
22 VIGGIANO,Jeff.......    0-3    0-2    4-4    1  1  2   4   4  3  2  1  0  11
   TEAM................                         2     2
   Totals..............   27-67   2-18  15-25  12 24 36  25  71 10 10  4 11 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-33 39.4%   2nd Half: 14-34 41.2%   Game: 40.3%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  2-9  22.2%   2nd Half:  0-9   0.0%   Game: 11.1%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half: 12-16 75.0%   2nd Half:  3-9  33.3%   Game: 60.0%    5

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HOME TEAM: Indiana 1-0
                          TOT-FG  3-PT         REBOUNDS
## Player Name            FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF  TP  A TO BLK S MIN
32 HORNSBY,Kyle........ f  3-7    2-5    2-2    1  4  5   2  10  4  3  0  0  35
50 NEWTON,Jeff......... f  5-7    2-2    2-4    3  5  8   4  14  4  0  0  1  22
05 LEACH,George........ c  9-13   0-0    1-1    7  9 16   3  19  1  4  4  0  35
03 COVERDALE,Tom....... g  5-20   4-10   6-8    1  3  4   1  20  6  3  0  2  37
04 WRIGHT,Bracey....... g  3-10   2-7    3-4    1  4  5   1  11  2  3  3  0  33
02 MOYE,A.J............    2-3    1-1    1-2    2  5  7   2   6  1  1  1  0  15
12 PERRY,Donald........    1-2    1-1    0-0    0  0  0   1   3  0  2  0  0   8
22 STRICKLAND,Marshall.    0-0    0-0    0-2    0  1  1   0   0  0  1  0  0   4
23 KLINE,Sean..........    0-2    0-0    1-2    1  0  1   4   1  0  1  0  0   9
33 ROBERTS,Mike........    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   2   0  0  0  0  0   2
34 TAPAK,Ryan..........    0-0    0-0    0-0    0  0  0   0   0  0  0  0  0  0+
   TEAM................                         2  2  4             1
   Totals..............   28-64  12-26  16-25  18 33 51  20  84 18 19  8  3 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 18-34 52.9%   2nd Half: 10-30 33.3%   Game: 43.8%  DEADB
3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:  9-15 60.0%   2nd Half:  3-11 27.3%   Game: 46.2%   REBS
F Throw % 1st Half:  5-9  55.6%   2nd Half: 11-16 68.8%   Game: 64.0%    3

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Officials: Eddie Corbett, Tommy Nunez, Bryan Barr
Technical fouls: Massachusetts-ROGERS,Jackie. Indiana-None.
Attendance: 2500
Score by Periods                1st  2nd   Total
Massachusetts.................   40   31  -   71
Indiana.......................   50   34  -   84

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