|Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ 4-9||21||33||54|
|Life Pacific 5-6||32||40||72|
|Dec. 31, 2016|
|Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ||Indv. Leaders||Life Pacific|
|#12 JOHNSON, Nick - 11||Points||#21 Blake Terry - 20|
|#14 EDWARDS, Greg - 7||Rebounds||#33 Edgardo Campos - 9|
|2 Players (#14,#35) - 1||Assists||#30 Ramez Michail - 8|
|Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ||Team Statistics||Life Pacific|
|37% (17 - 46)||Field Goals %||40.8% (20 - 49)|
|25% (4 - 16)||3 Point Field Goals %||50% (14 - 28)|
|66.7% (16 - 24)||Free Throws||78.3% (18 - 23)|
|15||2nd Chance Pts||8|
SAN DIMAS, CA - Life Pacific Warriors returned home Saturday night to take down the Embry-Riddle Eagles! The team brought a collective performance to take down the Eagles for the second time this season. (72-54)
LPC was tied twice before the first eight minutes of the game, but lead the way with an 8 minute shooting streak taking a lead of 9. The Warriors pulled out strong thereafter ending the half with an 11 point lead (32-21).
The second half was a grand statement by the Warriors gaining another 14 points on their 11 to lead by 25 by the thanks of Blake Terry's three throw baskets. LPC took the cake and never gave the game back to the Eagles out performing them in every manner of the game. The Warriors Defense shook up the Eagles offense never giving them a clean chance to score.
LPC took home three separate leads and four steals in the game. Blake Terry lead with 20 points shooting 88% (8-9) free throws, 66% (4-6) three throws, and (4-9) two pointers. Edgardo Campos also came out on top, sinking 14 points, 5 of his 11 two pointers and 4 of his 8 throws from the three point line. Campos also led in 9 rebounds and Trent Rowser followed with 6.
By the numbers:
The Warriors shot 78.3% from the free throw line (18 of 23)
LPC's largest lead was by 25
LPC finished with 33 rebounds
The Warriors will enter into league games with a a (6-6, 0-0) record. their first match will be against Miramar College on January 5th at 7pm at home.