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Posts Tagged ‘Minnesota Golden Gophers.’

Stanford routs Minnesota to win men’s NIT title

 

(courtesy of Stanford University via wikipedia commons)

Led by their backcourt duo of Chasson Randle and Aaron Bright, the Stanford Cardinal routed the Minnesota Golden Gophers to win the 2012 NIT championship, 75-51 at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Randle and Bright each scored 15 points as Stanford opened the second half with a 10-point lead and stayed in double figures for the rest of the game.

Minnesota turned the ball over 22 times in the game.

The Cardinal finish the season at 26-11, won its second NIT title, the first since 1991.

Minnesota, finishes at 23-15 could not find the basket early in the game by missing 16 of its first 19 shots.

 

Info compiled from NIT, Stanford University & Minnesota athletics news

 

Dayton Flyers win Old Spice Classic; downs Minnesota

 

Josh Parker talks to reporter Doug Harris (megasportsnews.com photo)

The Dayton Flyers defeated the Minnesota Golden Gophers 86-70 to capture the 2011 Old Spice Classic championship in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, which is in the Orlando area.

Five Flyers scored in double figures led by the Old Spice Most Valuable Player, Kevin Dillard. Dillard scored 19 points, 10 assists and career-highs with seven steals and three blocks.

Josh Parker put in 12 points and Luke Fabrizius scored 11 as the Flyers won their fourth in a row and improved to a 5-1 overall record.

The Old Spice Classic is Dayton’s 12th in-season tournament title. UD has won three of the last five it has participated in and is the first since taking the 2008 Chicago Invitational Challenge.

The Flyers improved to 14-5 against BCS programs over the previous five years and has won eight of the last nine.

In the program’s history, Dayton had never beaten a Big Ten team by double-figures prior to the game against Minnesota. It was their first win against a Big Ten team since winning at Illinois during a run to the 2010 NIT crown. This was their first regular-season win over a Big Ten school since knocking off Purdue in 2001-02 at Conseco Fieldhouse.

Dayton led at the half 37-28, using a 25-5 run to the first 20 minutes.

The Flyers led by as many as 18 points in the second half.

 

Info compiled from Dayton athletics

Parker, Dillard, Kavanaugh leads Flyers past Fairfield

 

ORLANDO, Fla. – Josh Parker scored 15 points off the bench to lead the Dayton Flyers to a 56-49 victory over the Fairfield Stags in the semifinals of the 2011 Old Spice Classic.

Dayton moves on to the championship game to face the Minnesota Golden Gophers.

Kevin Dillard added 12 points (all in the second half) and three steals, while Matt Kavanaugh recorded five points and 11 rebounds to help the Flyers improve to 4-1 overall. Kavanaugh has 13 offensive rebounds in the tournament’s two games.

Matt Kavanaugh (megasportsnews.com photo)

With UD leading 51-49 with 1:02 remaining, Dillard converted a three-point play to extend the Flyers lead.

Holding a five-point advantage with 31 seconds to go, Dayton forced three missed Fairfield shots to clinch the victory.

After opening the Old Spice Classic with an offensive explosion, defense was the focal point in the Fairfield contest.

Dayton held the Stags to 18 percent shooting from three-point range with Fairfield converting only 2-of-11 attempts. UD also forced 14 turnovers and had seven steals.

After being held scoreless in the Wake Forest contest, Parker went 5-for-10 from the field and 3-of-8 from beyond the arc.

Josh Benson added nine points, while Chris Johnson and Paul Williams tallied five points apiece.

 

Game press release courtesy of Dayton athletics

Homers Power First Place Gophers Over Buckeyes in Series Opener

MEGASPORTSNEWS.COM GAME COVERAGE

COLUMBUS, OHIO – The Minnesota Golden Gophers combined for 21 hits, 5 home runs, 5-hit pitching, and solid defense to rout the baseball Buckeyes, 16-2 and maintain their one game lead in the Big ten with two games remaining.

The Gophers are only 26-27 overall, but 14-8 in Big Ten play. The Buckeyes are now 10-12 in league play, in 7th place and in danger of missing out of the Big Ten Tournament, to be played in Columbus next week.

The Gophers entered the game ranked in the top four of only one of 13 batting categories in the Big Ten, but lead the league in ERA.

Nick O'Shea (U of Minn)

The Gophers scored six in the first inning, and never looked back. Nick O’Shea is accustomed to the home run trot — crushing his 12th round-tripper of the game with two on and two out in the first — but Matt Puhl, Trip Schultz, and Kyle Geason entered the game with a combined two homers, and left with a combined six. Puhl followed O’Shea with his first career homer in his 186th at-bat, and two batters later Schultz smacked his second of the year. O’Shea has nine homers and 35 RBI’s in his last 20 games, and his 31 RBI’s in Big ten play give him the 8th best single-season mark of all time.

Schultz added another RBI with a sacrifice fly in the third, and AJ Pettersen singled in another run two batters later. Geason hit a solo homer leading off the fifth, and a three-run shot in the 9th.

The Buckeyes’ first hit was Ryan Dew’s 7th homer of the year, leading off the 5th. Chris Griffin singled in Dew with the Buckeyes’ second run in the 7th.

Seth Rosin (U of Minn)

Seth Rosin (7-5) gave up three hits in seven innings for the win, while Drew Rucinski gave up nine runs to fall to 4-4.