|Life Pacific 18-7||33||46||79|
|Mar. 3, 2017|
|Cal Miramar||Indv. Leaders||Life Pacific|
|#21 Christian Mora - 13||Points||#02 Mark Eden - 19|
|2 Players (#04,#15) - 8||Rebounds||#30 Ramez Michail - 10|
|#21 Christian Mora - 6||Assists||#02 Mark Eden - 9|
|Cal Miramar||Team Statistics||Life Pacific|
|34.5% (20 - 58)||Field Goals %||42.5% (31 - 73)|
|33.3% (5 - 15)||3 Point Field Goals %||37.5% (12 - 32)|
|81% (17 - 21)||Free Throws||41.7% (5 - 12)|
|16||2nd Chance Pts||13|
San Dimas, CA - The Life Pacific Warriors reigned victorious last night in their last home game of the season. Mark Eden (JR/Chino, CA) took the crown as the leading scorer at 19 and Trent Rowser (JR/Pomona, CA) wowed the crowd with a dunk. Life Pacific College v. California Miramar University (79-62)
Half 1 (33-32) - The Life Pacific Warriors started off the night with extreme competition. The Fighting Falcons from California Miramar University lead a majority of the first half feeding off the Warriors fouls and turnovers. This all ended when the Warriors stole the ball. This began a frenzy of plays giving Mark Eden the time for two back-to-back layups. Edgardo Campos (JR/Covina, CA) followed with a 3-ptr and later Ramez brought a beautiful layup. Ramez helped the Warriors to a 1 pt lead setting the tone for the remainder of the half. A tie game at 3:00 pushed the Warriors to fight hard for a 3-ptr; the falcons, however, could barely get a layup. Halftime ended with the Warriors leading by 1.
Half 2 (79- 62) - The second half was a joy to watch if you were a Warriors fan. Four minutes in and Ramez Michail (JR/Anaheim, CA) already has 6 points. Mark Eden just shot a 3-ptr and LPC leads by 6. Not to mention all night thus far Trent Rowser has been waiting to dunk. After gaining momentum from a speedy rebound from Mark Eden, Trent has the shot. Rowser leaped for the hoop and slammed the ball in making it look easy. The crowd leaped to their feet and the room was overwhelmed with cheers. The dunk set an excitement for the game and after the buzzer sounded the Warriors led 18 points over the Fighting Falcons.
Five Warriors scored double digits, shooting a majority of the 79 total points. Mark Eden led with 19 points and 9 assists. Blake Terry (SR/Modesto, CA) shortly followed making 17 points and Ramez Michail shot for 15 points. Edgardo Campos brought in 12 points and James came in with 10.
By the numbers:
LPC scored 13 points from turnovers
LPC rebounded 48 times
LPC assisted 15 times
LPC stole the ball 5 times!
LPC has reigned supreme this year boasting a 19-7 record overall and a 10-1 record in the league. The Warriors' record is thanks to a powerful game on the road (8-4) and an unrelenting (11-3) game at home. Last night was the last game until the NCCAA National Championship in Indiana. The Championship games will take place on March 15-18. Stay tuned on LPCWarriors Facebook and Twitter to discover more.