TLU basketball: weekend recaps
Posted on 1/15/2018 6:06:00 AM.
Sophomore guard Jordan Estrada went 4-6 from three-point range in TLU’s home games against Trinity and Schreiner last week.  
TLU women fall to No. 24 Trinity, rebound to beat Schreiner 
(Seguin) – The Texas Lutheran women’s basketball team split a pair of Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference home games last weekend, falling to No. 24 Trinity 71-61 on Friday before snapping a four-game losing skid on Saturday with a 74-59 win over Schreiner.

Friday against Trinity, the Bulldogs shot 28.6 percent from the arc, hitting only four of 14 threes for the night. TLU shot 35.8 percent overall.

Sophomore guard Dominique Campos led the Bulldogs in scoring with 15. She added two defensive rebounds and two assists.

First-year forward Abby Hroch pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds to go along with her 12 points. She added two blocks for the Bulldogs.

Cami Davis put up 14 points for TLU, and she added four steals, five rebounds and an assist.

Micah Weaver paced the Tigers with 27 points and 10 rebounds. Weaver posted six steals and six assists. Abby Holland added 15 points and four rebounds.

Texas Lutheran turned a 34-34 tie at halftime into a 15-point victory over Schreiner on Saturday. The Bulldogs outscored the Mountaineers 40-25 in the second half.

TLU improved to 5-10 overall and 1-3 in conference play. Schreiner fell to 5-10 overall and 3-1 in the SCAC.

The Bulldogs held SU to a 22-for-58 (37.9 percent) shooting from from the field for the entire game.

TLU shot an impressive 50.9 percent from the field - 44.83 percent in the first half and 57.14 in the second.

Cami Davis paced TLU with 13 points. She added eight rebounds, four assists and a steal.

Presley Stephens chipped in 10 points. Stephens was 4-for-7 from the field. She added nine rebounds to go along with one assist, a block and a steal. Bryanna Delgado added 11 for the Bulldogs.

Jordyn Villa led the Mountaineers with 19 points, five rebounds and two steals. Villa contributed a team-high five assists. Kendall Dyal pulled down four rebounds and tallied three steals.

TLU continues conference play this Friday with a 7:30 p.m. road game against the University of Dallas in Irving.
TLU men suffer 0-2 weekend at home in SCAC play
(Seguin) – The Texas Lutheran men’s basketball team dropped a pair of Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference home games at Memorial Gymnasium last week, falling to Trinity 80-67 on Friday night and coming up short to Schreiner 81-70 in overtime on Saturday.

In Friday’s loss to Trinity, the Tigers held TLU to 23.3 percent shooting in the first half and to 31.3 percent for the game.

The Bulldogs were 20-for-64 from the field and 6-for-29 from the three-point line.

Trinity finished the game at 50 percent from the floor. Playing without leading scorer and rebounder Danny Rivara, the Tigers received a big night from Jayden Holden, who scored 21 and grabbed 14 rebounds. He also contributed three assists and two steals.

Holden was joined in double figures by Aaron Knopp, Isaiah Specks and Brooks Mays. Those three players each scored 10.

The Bulldogs were led in scoring by Nathan Josephs, who produced all 20 of his points in the second half.

Josephs made three three-pointers and had a 7-for-7 showing at the free throw line after halftime.

Sebastian Andrade was the only other Bulldog in double figures. The freshman from El Paso chipped in 16 points and 11 rebounds.

Texas Lutheran rallied from a halftime deficit of nine points to force overtime Saturday against Schreiner, but the Mountaineers out-scored TLU 15-4 in the extra session to register an 81-70 road win over the Bulldogs.

TLU's Jacob Kouremetis hit three free throws to tie the game with 17 seconds to play in regulation to help TLU force overtime.

TLU went 1-for-7 in the overtime while Schreiner hit 3-of-4, including both three-point attempts.

Schreiner moved to 6-9 overall and to 3-1 in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference.

TLU dropped to 5-10 overall and to 1-3 in the SCAC.

Keenan Gumbs led Schreiner with 22 points, seven rebounds and two blocks.

Luis Mancillas added 12 points and five assists. Blake Kelley delivered 12 rebounds and seven points.

The Mountaineers shot 48.1 percent from the field for the game. Schreiner made five of its first six three-point attempts.

TLU shot 26.5 percent in the first half and trailed at the break 31-22. The Bulldogs' shooting percentage went up to 43.3 for the second half.

The Bulldogs struggled all night from the three-point line. TLU went 0-for-12 in the first half and 4-for-34 for the game.

Nathan Josephs led TLU with 20 points. Sebastian Andrade added 10 points and eight rebounds.

Shawn Hamilton registered 13 points, four blocks and three rebounds.

TLU hits the road for conference games this week at the University of Dallas (5:30 p.m. Friday) and at Colorado College (11 a.m. MST Sunday).

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