The St. Thomas Tommies topped the University of New Brunswick Saint John Seawolves 70-58 in ACAA men's basketball action Saturday afternoon in Fredericton. Dylan Gallant led the Tommies with 18 points, four assists, and two steals. Mitch Claybourn added 14 points and seven rebounds. The Seawolves were led by Matthew Brown, who connected for 15 points and six rebounds. It was a tight first quarter, but the Seawolves outscored the Tommies 15-9 in the second en route to a 33-29 half time lead. The Tommies came out firing after the break, scoring 29 points in the third for a comfortable 11-point lead heading into the fourth. The Seawolves matched the Tommies in the final frame, but couldn't close the gap. With the win the Tommies finish the regular season with a record of 6-15, while the Seawolves end with a 7-14 record.
The St. Thomas Tommies fell 92-55 at the hands of the Crandall University Chargers in the ACAA men's basketball action Sunday in Moncton. Sam Anstey led the Tommies with 22 points, while Mitch Claybourn chipped in with 12 points, three assists, and three steals.
The St. Thomas Tommies fell 91-48 to the Holland College Hurricanes in ACAA men's basketball action Saturday afternoon in Charlottetown. Mitch Claybourn led the Tommies with 15 points, while Ben Cripps chipped in with 11.
The St. Thomas Tommies fell 63-58 to the Mount Allison Mounties in ACAA men's basketball action Saturday night in Fredericton. Bradley Fuller led the Mounties with 20 points and eight rebounds, while Alex Chisholm chipped in with 15 points and three assists. The Tommies were led by Ben Cripps, who connected for 16 points and nine rebounds. Jeremy Speller had a season-high 27 rebounds. It was a tight first quarter with the Mounties coming out to a six-point lead. The Tommies stormed back in the second though, outscoring the Mounties 22-11 and holding a 32-27 half time lead. The Tommies held their lead until the final quarter when the Mounties rallied to score 22 points and secure the win. With the win, the Mounties improve to 6-10, while the Tommies drop to 5-13.
The St. Thomas Tommies fell 82-49 to the Mount Saint Vincent Mystics in ACAA basketball action Sunday afternoon in Halifax. The Tommies offense was led by Ben Cripps with 17 points and Jeremy Speller had 14. Duan Fournier led the Mystics with 20 points.
The St. Thomas Tommies fell 80-60 to the University of King's College Blue Devils in ACAA men's basketball action Saturday night in Halifax. Ben Cripps led the Tommies with 19 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double, while Jeremy Speller added 12 points and nine rebounds. The Blue Devils were paced by Thomas Watson, who connected for 22 points. Ryan Harnett chipped in with 16 point and nine assists.
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