. . World News – USA – Victory, St. . John’s faces La Salle

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The La Salle Explorers open their 90th on Thursday afternoon. Season against the host St. . John’s Red Storm in New York City.

La Salle-St. John’s series is tied 3-3. But this will be their first meeting since 1964 when St. . John prevailed 78-71 at Madison Square Garden in New York. On Wednesday evening, host St. . John’s won his season opener and prevailed late against Saint Peter’s (76-75).

Posh Alexander, a true novice point guard, stole a key, and Vince Cole, junior college transfer, hit a 3-pointer with 0. 7 seconds until the comeback.

« Obviously he got my attention, » St. . John’s trainer Mike Anderson said when asked about Cole after the game.

The storm followed 75-71 with a 28-second lead. But Cole paused with 18 seconds left. On the following in-bounds pass, Dallas Watson’s low pass was intercepted by Alexander. Cole then did his 3-pointer on the left elbow.

At the end of the game, Matthew Lee, the security guard at St. Peter, almost won, dribbling the length of the course before missing a layup from the front edge in traffic.

Meanwhile, the explorers – who will be better rested – will be led by senior shooters David Beatty and Scott Spencer.

Beatty, who is 6-foot-2, led La Salle averaging 10 points last season. 7 points. He scored in the double digits 20 times and finished second on the team with 34 steals.

Spencer, who is 6-6 years old, chaired the Atlantic 10 conference in 3-point shooting (43). 8 percent). He made more than one Trey in 18 games last season.

In total, the explorers give back 10 letter winners. They also brought in four newcomers and one transfer student, Clifton Moore (6-10), a former Top 100 recruit who played 24 games for the Indiana Hoosiers. Moore sat out under transfer rules last season.

Ashley Howard, who is in his third season coaching La Salle, likes to play a deep bench. Last season, LaSalle was among the nation’s top performers in bank minutes played, and this season certainly benefited Christian Ray, Sherif Kenney, Brandon Stone and Ayinde Hikim, all of whom are sophomores.

Kenney and Hikim, both from Washington D. . C.. . , Figure to share the duties at point guard. Hikim is 5-11 and ultra-fast – a defensive pest. Kenney is 6-4 and a long-armed defender.

The explorers are known for their defense. Last season they finished 35th in steals. Place in the nation and 34th in the 3-point defense. space. And when they kept opponents at 70 points or less, the Explorers went 12-2.

The Storm is likely to do without Julian Champagne, a sophomore 6-8 wing who also missed Wednesday’s game with an ankle sprain. He is the storm’s leading returning goalscorer (Sept.. 9) and rebounder (6. 5) from last season.

Anderson must be relieved that his team prevailed on Wednesday. The storm shot 54 percent in the first half but then missed 15 of their next 18 attempts.

They were saved by Cole, a 6-5 wing that lived up to the hype last season when it was a first-team All-American Junior College.

Alexander, a well-known newcomer from Brooklyn, had 16 points, seven rebounds and two assists. He shot 5-8 from the ground.

La Salle Explorers will open their 90 on Thursday afternoon. Season against the host St. . John’s Red Storm in New York City.

La Salle-St. John’s series is tied 3-3. But this will be their first meeting since 1964 when St. . John prevailed 78-71 at Madison Square Garden in New York. On Wednesday evening, host St. . John’s won his season opener and prevailed late against Saint Peter’s (76-75).

Posh Alexander, a true novice point guard, stole a key, and Vince Cole, junior college transfer, hit a 3-pointer with 0. 7 seconds until the comeback.

« Obviously he got my attention, » St. . John’s trainer Mike Anderson said when asked about Cole after the game.

The storm followed 75-71 with a 28-second lead. But Cole paused with 18 seconds left. On the following in-bounds pass, Dallas Watson’s low pass was intercepted by Alexander. Cole then did his 3-pointer on the left elbow.

At the end of the game, Matthew Lee, the security guard at St. Peter, almost won, dribbling the length of the course before missing a layup from the front edge in traffic.

Meanwhile, the explorers – who will be better rested – will be led by senior shooters David Beatty and Scott Spencer.

Beatty, who is 6-foot-2, led La Salle averaging 10 points last season. 7 points. He scored in the double digits 20 times and finished second on the team with 34 steals.

Spencer, who is 6-6 years old, chaired the Atlantic 10 conference in 3-point shooting (43). 8 percent). He made more than one Trey in 18 games last season.

In total, the explorers give back 10 letter winners. They also brought in four newcomers and one transfer student, Clifton Moore (6-10), a former Top 100 recruit who played 24 games for the Indiana Hoosiers. Moore sat out under transfer rules last season.

Ashley Howard, who is in his third season coaching La Salle, likes to play a deep bench. Last season, LaSalle was among the nation’s top performers in bank minutes played, and this season certainly benefited Christian Ray, Sherif Kenney, Brandon Stone and Ayinde Hikim, all of whom are sophomores.

Kenney and Hikim, both from Washington D. . C.. . , Figure to share the duties at point guard. Hikim is 5-11 and ultra-fast – a defensive pest. Kenney is 6-4 and a long-armed defender.

The explorers are known for their defense. Last season they finished 35th in steals. Place in the nation and 34th in the 3-point defense. space. And when they kept opponents at 70 points or less, the Explorers went 12-2.

The Storm is likely to do without Julian Champagne, a sophomore 6-8 wing who also missed Wednesday’s game with an ankle sprain. He is the storm’s leading returning goalscorer (Sept.. 9) and rebounder (6. 5) from last season.

Anderson must be relieved that his team prevailed on Wednesday. The storm shot 54 percent in the first half but then missed 15 of their next 18 attempts.

They were saved by Cole, a 6-5 wing that lived up to the hype last season when it was a first-team All-American Junior College.

Alexander, a well-known newcomer from Brooklyn, had 16 points, seven rebounds and two assists. He shot 5-8 from the ground.

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