Monday, November 13, 2017

Monday night’s AugBball college basketball schedule and one more weekend standout

Follow @AugBball's Monday night live coverage of Georgia Southern's home opener and more games including area players! 

Monday night’s AugBball college basketball schedule:

Follow @AugBball for live updates and highlights from CBB's opening day at these channels:

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7:00 PM


Carver at Clayton State


Area players:
- Clayton State’s Aubrey Mcrae (Glenn Hills ‘14), Jaylen Taylor (Laney ‘15) and Moses Williams (Richmond ‘17)
- Carver’s Malique Gibbons and Marquel Gibbons (Thomson ‘14 and ‘16)
Live stats - http://www.sidearmstats.com/clayton/mbball/
Video - https://youtu.be/fPN9bVm_yNY

7:00 PM


Temple women vs Rutgers


Area player: Temple’s Emani Mayo (Hephzibah ‘17)
Live stats - http://www.sidearmstats.com/temple/wbball/

7:30 PM


Georgia Southern vs CSU Bakersfield


Area player: Tookie Brown (Morgan County ‘15)

Brown led the Eagles to an upset win at Wake Forest Friday night.



Tonight is GS’s home opener.

Live stats - http://stats.statbroadcast.com/mobile/?id=191342
Video - http://gseagles.com/watch/?Live=1300&type=Live

8:00 PM


South Carolina vs Western Michigan

Area player: South Carolina’s Frank Booker (Westside ‘13)

The Gamecocks will hang their 2017 Final Four banner before this home opener. Booker scored 12 points Friday in the Gamecocks’ opening night win at Wofford:



Live stats: http://stats.statbroadcast.com/mobile/?id=188913

8:00 PM


Savannah State women at Alabama State


Area player: Savannah State’s Jazmine Bartlett (Laney ‘17)
Live stats - http://sidearmstats.com/ALASU/WBBALL/


One more standout performer from the weekend


If you followed the @AugBball live coverage on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter this weekend you know all about Don Coleman's 62 points in two Cal games; Ahmed Hill's 19 point, 9 rebound performance, complete with a highlight dunk off the backboard, in Virginia Tech's season opening win over Detroit Mercy; Jelani Watson-Gayle's blistering beginning for 2-0 Benedict; and Tamyrik Fields's opening 19 point opening night thunderous second half dunk that put Augusta ahead of Mount Olive.

Before we move into a new week, I want to recognize the play this weekend of Augusta University forward Deane Williams in the Jaguars' back-to-back season opening wins at Barton College. 38 points on 15 of 18 field goal shooting (including a poster dunk on the first possession of the season shown here) and 16 rebounds was an eye popping stat line for the 6'8" junior!

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