Monday, November 29, 2010

Sunday ACC Hoops


Joe Trapani
 BOSTON COLLEGE 68, California (Bears, 25,530 students, Berkeley , CA) 46 – Joe Trapani and Biko Paris scored 12 points apiece to lead Boston College past California 68-46 on Sunday in the consolation bracket of the Old Spice Classic. Reggie Jackson added 11 points for Boston College (4-2), which won 2 of 3 during the four-day tournament. The Eagles beat Texas A&M 67-65 and lost 65-55 to Wisconsin.

#25 NORTH CAROLINA 74, College Of Charleston (Cougars, 9,896 students, Charleston, SC) 69 – John John Henson scored a career-high 19 points and ignited the decisive second-half run to help North Carolina beat College of Charleston 74-69 Sunday night, avenging last year’s overtime loss to the Cougars while showing some welcome signs of growth after a frustrating week. Henson also had seven rebounds and two blocked shots for the Tar Heels (4-2), who rallied from a five-point deficit midway through the second half.

#16 Florida (Gators, 33,628 students, Gainesville, FL) 55, FLORIDA STATE 51 – Florida’s Erik Murphy was in the right place at the right time. Not that he planned it that way. His putback with 16 seconds left kept the Gators out of trouble after Florida State’s Michael Snaer made a 3-pointer and No. 16 Florida beat the Seminoles 55-51. Sunday night. Kenny Boynton scored 14 points for Florida and Murphy led the Gators with six rebounds.

UNLV (Runnin’ Rebels, 22,708 students, Las Vegas, NV) 71, VIRGINIA TECH 59 – Chace Stanback had 17 points and eight rebounds to lead UNLV to a victory over the Hokies in the championship of the 76 Classic on Sunday night. Malcolm Delaney had a season-high 30 points, four assists and four rebounds for the Hokies (4-2). Terrell Bell added 12 points, seven rebounds and three assists. Virginia Tech committed 18 turnovers while UNLV had just nine.

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