|Nov. 26, 2016|
|Cedar City, UT|
|LIFE Pacific||Indv. Leaders||Southern Utah|
|#33 Eddie Campos - 12||Points||#10 Jacob Calloway - 18|
|#32 Hezekiah Banks - 9||Rebounds||#10 Jacob Calloway - 12|
|2 Players (#13,#21) - 3||Assists||#00 Randy Onwuasor - 4|
|LIFE Pacific||Team Statistics||Southern Utah|
|30.2% (19 - 63)||Field Goals %||50.7% (36 - 71)|
|17.6% (6 - 34)||3 Point Field Goals %||31.6% (6 - 19)|
|85.7% (12 - 14)||Free Throws||88.5% (23 - 26)|
|10||2nd Chance Pts||26|
CEDAR CITY, Utah – The Warriors put up another exhibition game today, competing with NCAA Division 1 member Southern Utah Thunderbirds for a 56-101 game.
"We got punched in the face and need to regroup when we get home," head coach Tim Cook said. "We didn't come ready for what they brought. They did a really good job of taking us out of what we do. We have to regroup for a great masters team Tuesday. Our schedule is very difficult."
Life Pacific ended the game with two Warriors in double-digits. Edgardo Campos (JR/Covina, CA) led the way with 12. Ramez Michail (JR/Anaheim, CA) added 11 as Blake Terry (SR/Modesto, CA) and Hezekiah Banks (FR/Moreno Valley, CA) each posted 8.
Life Pacific led at 8-7 before the Thunderbirds took the game in the first half. SUU knew the Warriors' gameplay and led by 35 in the half. Southern Utah held a lead throughout the remainder of the game.
Southern Utah is a member of the NCAA Division 1. This is an exhibition game and does not count for or against the Warriors. The Thunderbirds currently hold a 3-3 record versus LPC's 4-2.
By the numbers:
- LPC's bench put up 14 points
- The Warriors shot 85.7% from the free throw line
- LPC's largest lead was by 3
- LPC finished with 28 rebounds
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LPC will play The Masters University this Tuesday Nov. 29 in hopes to stay undefeated at home.