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MBB - Game 4 - At Quinnipiac - 11/19/23 - 2:00PM

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Defensive efficiency was no where near as bad as UMass or SH, was similar to the Columbia game. Opponent was held to under an effective field goal percentage of 45% for the first time this season. Our defense just doesn't force any turnovers and the team playing fast, means more possessions each game, which leads to higher score for both sides. 

So yes, the defense was a little better for the game before the foul trouble really set in, and the D fell apart over the last 5 minutes.

On a different note... Marcus Jackson missed 2 free throws during the game, ruining his perfect season, but he still hasn't missed a shot from the floor. 5-5 from the floor on the year, and 5-7 from the line. 

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Our MBB games was an after thought for the Times-Union as posted in the back of the sports section combined with the St Rose WBB game with UVM:



Great Danes, Golden Knights fall


UAlbany’s men’s basketball team led most of the way at Quinnipiac on Sunday afternoon — but the Great Danes would fall at the end, 85-82.

Led by Sebastian Thomas and Amar’e Marshall with 19 points apiece, four Great Danes scored in double digits, while Marcus Jackson led with nine rebounds. The Bobcats’ big advantage came in the fast break, outscoring UAlbany 20-8 in transition opportunities. 

“I thought Quinnipiac rebounded the ball the way they needed to late in the game,” said UAlbany head coach Dwayne Killings. “We didn’t execute a couple of times towards the end ... we have to be able to be more sound defensively,” he added.

In women’s basketball, UVM cruised to a double-digit victory over visiting Saint Rose, 60-44. Both teams had a slow start to Sunday’s matchup, but the Catamounts would outscore the Golden Knights 11-7 by the end of the first quarter — setting up a lead they would maintain throughout the game Saint Rose battled to the end, however, outscoring the Catamounts 10-8 over the final six-plus minutes.

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