|Mar. 15, 2017|
|Winona Lake, IN|
|Life Pacific||Indv. Leaders||Emmanuel|
|#2 Mark Eden - 19||Points||#3 Emmerson McClug - 18|
|#13 Trent Rowser - 9||Rebounds||#33 Ronnie Stanley - 7|
|#30 Ramez Michail - 4||Assists||2 Players (#1,#2) - 4|
|Life Pacific||Team Statistics||Emmanuel|
|42.1% (24 - 57)||Field Goals %||47.4% (27 - 57)|
|30.4% (7 - 23)||3 Point Field Goals %||33.3% (6 - 18)|
|90.9% (10 - 11)||Free Throws||64.7% (11 - 17)|
|0||2nd Chance Pts||8|
Winona Lake, IN - The Life Pacific Warriors #7 played their first game in the NCCAA National Championship today against Emmanuel College #2. Life Pacific competed to the last minute falling to the Lions 65-71.
The Warriors started off strong. They took a lead of 10-7 and kept it for the next 19 minutes. The first half was highlighted by Trent Rowser and Mark Eden scoring 17 points from free-throws, jump shots, and 3 Ptrs. The half ended with the Warriors trailing the Lions by 2.
Half 2 started with Rowser and Eden giving the lead back to the Warriors only to lose it again by the Lions moments later. Ramez Michail made a mark in half 2 by scoring 8 points. Ramez went 4 for 4 free throws. James Noble ended the game with a 3-ptr at 65-71
By the numbers
Free Throws - 10-11 (90.9%)
Point off turnovers - 16
Assists - 6
The Warriors will continue in the National Championship and will play for the 5th place position. LPC v. Dallas Baptist Thursday morning at 8:15 AM EST. The game will be live streamed for a small fee.
Follow the Warriors on their journey to Indiana with Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and recently introduced LPC Warriors YouTube Channel. Watch the videos from the trip here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Jlhv_t4iZc&t=0s