|Mar. 16, 2017|
|Winona Lake, IN|
|Life Pacific||Indv. Leaders||Dallas Baptist|
|#30 Ramez Michail - 24||Points||#0 Myles Johnson - 17|
|#13 Trent Rowser - 8||Rebounds||#20 Xavier Ledet - 9|
|2 Players (#12,#30) - 4||Assists||#3 Carter Brown - 5|
|Life Pacific||Team Statistics||Dallas Baptist|
|42.6% (26 - 61)||Field Goals %||54.2% (32 - 59)|
|36.4% (12 - 33)||3 Point Field Goals %||40% (8 - 20)|
|66.7% (8 - 12)||Free Throws||47.8% (11 - 23)|
|6||2nd Chance Pts||6|
Winona Lake, IN - Life Pacific plays in Game 5 in the NCCAA National Championship versus Dallas Baptist College. The Warriors lost 72 - 83. Ramez Michail (JR/Anaheim, CA) led in points and shot for an incredible 24 points.
Life Pacific came into the game swinging. The Warriors immediately took control of the game leading by 8 points in 4 minutes. Ramez Michail came in with a stunning performance scoring 10 points in the half. Trent Rowser (JR/Pomona, CA) followed Michail; scoring 7 points. The Warriors went 5-7 in free throws and rebounded 21 times. Before halftime, they had 4 steals, 8 assists, and 1 block!
The second have was marked with 6 steals, 7 assists, 9 rebounds, and 1 block. Ramez Michail also led in the second half. He scored 14 points and was trailed by James Noble (JR/Los Alamitos, CA) who scored 5 points.
Head Coach Tim Cook says "The guys played really hard in incredibly difficult circumstances, resilient bunch of guys. Praise God for this experience."
Although the Warriors add another loss to their record they will be playing another game. The Warriors opponent is TBD and will play Friday at 1 PM EST or 10 AM PST.
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