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So far this year the Tribe has had six different players lead the team in game scoring. Prewitt, Dixon, Tarpey, Cohn, Sheldon and Burchfield have at some point lead (or tied for the lead in Sheldon's case) the team in scoring in at least one game. This seemed to be a high number and a testament to the team's ability to take what the opponent gives them. For comparison I checked ODU's stats and they have three players who have lead in scoring, with their guard, Trey Freeman, leading in about two thirds of their games. I could see Malinowski getting hot one game and making it seven players. I think having this many guys willing to shoulder the scoring load bodes well for the CAA tournament.
02-01-2016 11:56 AM
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(02-01-2016 11:56 AM)Below avg Wrote:  So far this year the Tribe has had six different players lead the team in game scoring. Prewitt, Dixon, Tarpey, Cohn, Sheldon and Burchfield have at some point lead (or tied for the lead in Sheldon's case) the team in scoring in at least one game. This seemed to be a high number and a testament to the team's ability to take what the opponent gives them. For comparison I checked ODU's stats and they have three players who have lead in scoring, with their guard, Trey Freeman, leading in about two thirds of their games. I could see Malinowski getting hot one game and making it seven players. I think having this many guys willing to shoulder the scoring load bodes well for the CAA tournament.

I also believe that we have had six different players score at least 20 points in a game. I wonder if that has ever happened in Tribe basketball history?
02-01-2016 12:05 PM
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RE: Scoring Distribution
(02-01-2016 12:05 PM)WMTRIBE75 Wrote:  
(02-01-2016 11:56 AM)Below avg Wrote:  So far this year the Tribe has had six different players lead the team in game scoring. Prewitt, Dixon, Tarpey, Cohn, Sheldon and Burchfield have at some point lead (or tied for the lead in Sheldon's case) the team in scoring in at least one game. This seemed to be a high number and a testament to the team's ability to take what the opponent gives them. For comparison I checked ODU's stats and they have three players who have lead in scoring, with their guard, Trey Freeman, leading in about two thirds of their games. I could see Malinowski getting hot one game and making it seven players. I think having this many guys willing to shoulder the scoring load bodes well for the CAA tournament.

I also believe that we have had six different players score at least 20 points in a game. I wonder if that has ever happened in Tribe basketball history?

Nice, I had not picked up on that. It also disproves the meme that all WM does is pass around the perimeter looking to lob up a three. Burchfield excepted, of course, but I'm fine with that!
02-01-2016 12:31 PM
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